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Art Knight fonds

  • MG 160
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1980

This fonds contains offprints collected by Dr. Knight. The primary focus of the material deals with photochemistry (a branch of chemistry having to do with the effect of radiant energy, especially light, in producing chemical action). Some of the noteworthy scientists whose work are represented in the collection are, by country:
Canada: E.W.R. Steacie, R.J. Cvetanovic, R.W. Back, H.E. Gunning, P. DeMayo
United States: W.A. Noyes, G.S. Hammond, J.A. Calvert, J.N. Pitts Jr.
United Kingdom: W. Norrish, J. Polanyi (Sr.), R.P. Porter, A.F. Trotman-Dickinson

Knight, Art

College Of Arts and Science Dean's Office fonds

  • RG 2033
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1991

This fonds contains material relating to the research work, students, faculty and administration of the College of Arts and Sciences, and its departments. These records generally contain correspondence, minutes, reports, and memoranda; they may also contain material relating to associated national or international organizations, research articles, and addresses.

University of Saskatchewan. College of Arts and Science. Dean's Office

Department of Chemistry fonds

  • RG 2045
  • Fonds
  • 1913-1996

This fonds contains the records of the Department of Chemistry from 1913-1996

University of Saskatchewan. College of Arts and Science. Department of Chemistry

Division of Life Sciences fonds

  • RG 2051
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1984

This fonds contains correspondence, budget and annual reports, and minutes relating to all aspects of the administration of the Division of Life Sciences.

University of Saskatchewan. Division of Life Sciences

Dr. John Postlethwaite - In Lab

Note on back of photograph: "Dr. John Postlethwaite, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, uses electro-chemical apparatus to measure corrosion rates in a section of iron pipe carrying potash in water. The pipe under study is in a flow loop which also contains transparent sections so that interior conditions can be observed." In Thorvaldson lab.

Bio/Historical Note: Dr. John Postlethwaite was on the faculty of Chemical Engineering from 1975-1983.

Dr. R.L. Eager - In Lab

Note on back: "Dr. R.L. Eager, Chemistry Professor, inserts a reactor containing aspen poplar, water, carbon monoxide and a catalyst into a holder, which in turn will be placed in a heavy walled stainless steel vessel for heating. The vessel is located behind steel walls in view of the high pressure generated". In Thorvaldson lab.

Bio/Historical Note: Dr. Richard Livingston (Dick) Eager was born 27 August 1917 in Kenaston, Saskatchewan. He earned a BE (1943) and an MSc (1945) from the University of Saskatchewan. In 1949 he received a PhD from McGill University. Dr. Eager was appointed special lecturer at the U of S in 1947 and was a full professor by 1965. He retired in 1984 and was named professor emeritus. Dr. Eager died in Saskatoon in 2003.

E.Y. Spencer fonds

  • MG 40
  • Fonds
  • 1926-1954 (inclusive) ; 1945-1951 (predominant)

This fonds primarily contains material relating to the research activities of E.Y. Spencer, including chemical analysis of various grains; silicates; sterols; synthetic proteins; solvent extractions from lignites; and an analysis of freshwater fish. Additionally, there is some material concerning various national and provincial organizations, including the Chemical Institute of Canada; the National Research Council; and the American Association of Cereal Chemists.

Spencer, Elvins Yuill

Henry Taube fonds

  • MG 423
  • Fonds
  • 1915-2007 (inclusive), 1963-1998, 2006 (predominant).

The fonds includes medals and other awards received by Henry Taube, including the Nobel Prize, National Medal of Science, Priestly Medal, etc. as well as plaques, certificates and other memorabilia. Textual material covers several career highlights, including correspondence from Canadian universities in 1940 and subsequent job applications and offers; biographical material including oral history interviews; material relating to Luther College, including a post-Nobel congratulatory note from an influential teacher; articles by Taube and others explaining Taube’s scientific contributions; clippings and other material relating to awards, especially the Nobel Prize; and other material. Some material, particularly relating to Taube’s death, was added to the fonds by his widow Mary Alice Taube; this material includes obituaries from several newspapers, condolence letters and cards, and material relating to the memorial service at Stanford. Photographs include documentation of the Nobel Prize ceremony, including the presentation by King Carl Gustaf; other award ceremonies; international trips including to Japan, China and Taiwan as a visiting lecturer; informal photos from various years; formal portraits and head shots; giving lectures and with students; colleagues from Stanford including fellow Nobel laureates; and more.

Taube, Dr. Henry

J.F. Morgan fonds

  • MG 45
  • Fonds
  • 1946-1976, predominant 1965-1974

This fonds contains primarily material related to the interests and activities of J.F. Morgan during his career at the University of Saskatchewan. Topics include: the Saskatchewan Cancer Research Unit; the U of S Faculty Association; the Canadian Biological Society; and the Canadian Society of Microbiologists.

Morgan, Joseph Francis

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