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Thu Oct 16 17:51:11 2014 UTClccn-n852448070.00Annual register / Columbia College, School of Mines0.851.00An outline of metallography /132181737n 852448071589311Columbia College School of MinesColumbia University. School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. School of MinesColumbia University School of MinescontainsVIAFID/124405194Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). School of MinescontainsVIAFID/152480961Henry Krumb School of Minesviaf-132255210Columbia UniversitySchool of Chemistrylccn-n83210729Columbia UniversitySchool of Engineering and Applied Scienceslccn-n81024714Columbia Universitylccn-no89007865Columbia UniversitySchool of the Artslccn-n84136055Columbia College (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n78034861U.S. Atomic Energy Commissionviaf-283713171Kehl, George L.lccn-n89600598Egleston, Thomas1832-1900np-howell, l jHowell , L. J.lccn-n83191108U.S. Atomic Energy CommissionTechnical Information ServiceColumbia UniversitySchool of MinesConference proceedingsPeriodicalsYearbooksMetallurgyMineralogy, DeterminativeArchitecture--Study and teachingEngineeringNew York (State)--New YorkColumbia UniversityStudentsColumbia University.--School of MinesColumbia College (New York, N.Y.)College yearbooksMetallographyArchitectural drawingUnited StatesOre-dressingArchitectureArchitectural drawing--Study and teachingFused saltsColumbia University.--School of Engineering and Applied SciencesBuildingsPhysical metallurgyUniversities and colleges--Alumni and alumnaeHospitalsColumbia University.--TrusteesColumbia University.--School of ArchitectureChemistryChandler, Charles Frederick,Mining schools and educationSchools of architectureUniversities and colleges--FacultyUniversities and collegesDwight, Theodore W.--(Theodore William),Jay, PeterColumbia College (New York, N.Y.).--School of MinesEgleston, Thomas,ParksDelta Upsilon FraternityChemistry--Study and teachingJackson, A. V. Williams--(Abraham Valentine Williams),Mining engineeringMining literatureChemists' Club (New York, N.Y.)Dye industryPlanningDe Peyster, Frederic,Bank buildingsReynolds, Stephen,Columbia College (New York, N.Y.).--College of Physicians and SurgeonsPerry, Edward Delavan,Columbia University.--Department of ChemistryOregon--Portland186318671868186918711882188418881890189518961914191619281952195419551956196519731857185378.7471NA25281ocn001564247serial0.97Engineering and scientific papers215ocn025076711file0.94The ColumbianPeriodicalsYearbooks171ocn874160129file0.29The American chemist162ocn795006527book19560.90Kehl, George LTechnical papers of the sixth metallographic group meeting, held at Columbia University, September 24, 1952Conference proceedings135ocn261334776com18670.90Columbia UniversityBy-laws of the School of Mines of Columbia College92ocn681969949file18690.96Egleston, ThomasTables to illustrate the metallurgical lectures, delivered at the School of Mines, Columbia College, New York82ocn679323017file18630.88Columbia UniversitySchool of mines and metallurgy, Columbia college31ocn039490907book1.00Campbell, WilliamAn outline of metallography31ocn258496395book19650.47Internationale Konferenz über Schichtenkontrolle und GebirgsmechanikVierte Internationale Konferenz über Schichtenkontrolle und Gebirgsmechanik, Henry Krumb School of Mines, Columbia University, New York, 4. - 8. Mai 196422ocn310732396book18960.97Columbia UniversityThe study of architectural drawing in the School of Architecture21ocn060821512book18961.00Columbia UniversitySchools of mines, chemistry, engineering, and architecture : general information, 1896-9721ocn237234499serial1.00The Miner21ocn706901449serialColumbia UniversityAnnual register / Columbia College, School of Mines21ocn702212595book19551.00Kellogg, H. HPhysical chemical properties of the systems NaCl-ZrCl₄, KCl-ZrCl₄ and NaCl-KCl-ZrCl₄ : final report21ocn041532732book18680.94Egleston, ThomasTables for the determination of minerals arranged for the students of the School of Mines of Columbia College21ocn045179960book1.00Columbia UniversityMetallurgical diagrams21ocn639814926book19650.84International Mineral Processing CongressVII International Mineral Processing Congress : technical papers presented September 20-24, 1964Conference proceedings22ocn014567775book0.47Columbia University[Lecture notes, metallurgy]21ocn043948040book18821.00Columbia UniversityCamp log of the summer class in Geodesy, 1882. Stationed at camp Uncas, Pt. Florence, Otsego Lake, Otsego County, N.Y.21ocn702212588book19551.00Kellogg, H. HPhysical chemical properties of the systems NaCl-ZrCl₄, KCl-ZrCl₄ and NaCl-KCl-ZrCl₄ : summary report21ocn050218315serial1.00Columbia UniversityAnnual report of the Dean of the Schools of Mines, Engineering and ChemistryPeriodicals21ocn031614102book18841.00Columbia UniversityReport21ocn048756831book18880.95Ware, William RThe instruction in architecture at the School of Mines a paper read before the Alumni Association of Columbia College, June 12, 188811ocn506124374mix1.00Kunz, George FrederickGeorge Frederick Kunz papersLetters to Kunz from various members of the faculty at Columbia University's School of Mines. Also, approximately 175 clippings pertaining to various aspects of mineralogy11ocn711755096mix1.00Columbia UniversityColumbiana ManuscriptsHistoryMusicThe Columbiana Manuscript Collection is an artificial collection of correspondence, diaries, lecture notes, class work, essays, administrative documents, minutes, and other documents related to various aspects of Columbia University and people associated with Columbia over the years. The majority of this collection is comprised of primary documents written by or for students, alumni, faculty, administrators, staff, trustees, and honorary degree recipients11ocn476795047mix1.00Chandler, Charles FrederickCharles F. Chandler papersHistoryChemist, Professor, and President of the New York Metropolitan Board of Health. Professor Chandler taught at Union College before joining the faculty of Columbia University where he taught in the Chemical Department, the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and served as one of the founders and long-time Dean of Columbia University's School of Mines. He was interested in Industrial Chemistry and Public Health, serving on the New York Metropolitan Board of Health for many years and implementing a number of significant public health and public housing reforms11ocn020532230book18951.00Columbia UniversityReport of the Alumni committee on the needs of the School of mines in connection with the removal of Columbia college to its new site on Morningside heights11ocn505720086mix1.00Haight, Charles CoolidgeCharles Coolidge Haight architectural drawings and papersDesigns and plansThis collection contains architectural drawings by various delineators and photographs of built and unbuilt buildings designed by Haight, often in collaboration with his partner Alfred Morton Githens. These projects include General Theological Seminary; the School of Mines at Columbia University; Christ Church; St. Ignatius of Antioch Church; a Parish House for the Church of the Holy Communion; and Trinity School--all in New York City. Also included are the Chapel of Saint Cornelius the Centurion on Governors Island, New York; buildings at Yale University; Keney Memorial Tower in Hartford, Conn.; a residence in Lenox, Mass.; and miscellaneous and unidentified projects. Additionally found in the collection are a contract and specifications from 1881 for a hospital for contagious diseases to be built for the New York City Health Department on North Brother Island in New York City, as well as reproductions of architectural drawings for this hospital11ocn122623079mix1.00Columbia University architectural drawingsDesigns and plansIncluded are architectural drawings, surveys, maps, and site proposals, for Columbia's Morningside Heights campus, designed primarily by McKim, Mead & White. Other architects represented include Adams & Woodbridge; Arnold Brunner (who designed the School of Mines); Eggers & Higgins; the Columbia University Buildings and Grounds Department; Howells and Stokes (designed St. Paul's Chapel); Reinhard, Hofmeister and Wahlquist; and James Gamble Rogers. Drawings for buildings no longer in existence or never constructed and drawings for later alterations, are included. Architectural drawings of the Bloomingdale Insane Asylum, and surveys of the asylum site prepared for Columbia, 1888-1894. Also included are site plans and proposals, surveys, and maps, circa 1890s-1910s, showing the surrounding area, including such institutions as the Jewish Theological Seminary, St. Luke's Home, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Grant's Tomb, and others. Drawings for the Womans's Hospital in the State of New York (designed by Allen & Collens, erected 1903, demolished in the 1970s), circa 1903-1914, are also included. This building was used to house the Columbia School of the Arts in the 1960s since it was located near the campus11ocn472459439mix1.00Campbell, WilliamWilliam Campbell papersMost of Campbell's papers are of a personal nature, including approximately 100 items of personal correspondence (incoming), his World War I naval records, his financial records, and memorabilia. There are a few miscellaneous letters relating to his academic career, some miscellaneous notes, and daily calendar memoranda. Included is a holograph laboratory notebook of the British metallurgist, Saville Shaw, with typescript transcripts of contents along with notes by Campbell11ocn144652400mix1.00Parsons, William BarclayWilliam Barclay Parsons papersHistoryCollection consists of correspondence, lecture notes, and materials used in preparation of Parsons's book, Engineers and Engineering in the Renaissance, published in 193911ocn077788287visu18881.00Welch, Alexander McMillan[Perspective drawing exercises]Designs and plans11ocn081483159book19281.00Columbia UniversitySchools of Mines, Engineering and Chemistry, Columbia University : alumni catalogueDirectories11ocn613995390mix1.00Columbia UniversitySchool of Mines recordsHistoryThe School of Mines Records describe the founding, growth, and evolution of the School. The materials contained in this collection show the expansion of the School's faculty, student and alumni bodies, and physical plant plus its shift in academic focus from mines and metallurgy to engineering and applied sciences. Also covered are the development of the undergraduate and graduate programs of study and the celebrations and documentation of the School's progress and history11ocn505720156mix1.00Morris, Benjamin WBenjamin W. Morris architectural drawingsDesigns and plansSketch-booksThree sketchbooks; the first, 1893-1894, containing sketches from his student years at the Columbia School of Mines, Department of Architecture (he received his degree in 1894); the second, 1894-1896, containing sketches made as a student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris; and the third, circa 1896-circa 1905, containing sketches for a variety of projects and designs. Buildings and other structures depicted include the Academy of Music on 14th Street, New York City (a seating plan); Wells Fargo Bank Building, Portland, Oregon, 1910; Reunion Hall, Princeton University, 1902; lantern for the Aetna Building, Hartford, Connecticut; Woodland Street entrance to Kinney Park, Hartford, Connecticut, 1905 (some drawings are by others). Program notes from the classes of Paul Blondel and J. Gaudet at the Ecole des Beaux Arts are included. Also, designs (some done in partnership with Joseph Urban) for proposals for the Metropolitan Opera Company on various sites in New York City, circa 1920s; and designs for shopping and music centers in New York City, to 193611ocn269256912mix1.00Detwiller, C. HC. H. Detwiller Columbia 1885 collectionDesigns and plansThis small collection contains primarily Detwiller's student drawings, notes, course materials, books, class photographs, and graduation announcements from the period of his study at Columbia University from 1881 to 1885. These materials are supplemented by a small group of Detwiller's childhood sketchbooks, drawings and office papers created by Detwiller during his practice as a professional architect, and other scrapbooks and ephemeral items relating to Detwiller's family and personal interests, spanning the years 1874 to 194011ocn045606190book19141.00Read, Thomas ThorntonColumbia school of mines, 1864-191411ocn606938908mix1.00Lilley, Robert DoddRobert Dodd Lilley papersCorrespondence, subject files, corporate committee files, corporate reports, yearly appointment calendars, biographical materials, photographs, books from his personal library, memorabilia and works of art11ocn079899327visu1.00School of Mines, Columbia University [HVAC drawings]Designs and plans01ocn122309028mixLilley, Robert DoddCorrespondence, subject files, corporate committee files, corporate reports, yearly appointment calendars, biographical materials, photographs, books from his personal library, memorabilia and works of artThu Oct 16 15:41:26 EDT 2014batch22130