The American Chemical Society Omaha Section Records consist of the documentation created and used by the Omaha branch of the national organization, spanning the timeframe from approximately 1924 until 1985. The records include annual reports (1961-1983), annual financial statements (1924-1949), meeting agendas, meeting notes, constitution, charter, bylaws, insurance plans, tax forms, publications, correspondence, speaking tour information and schedules, local section chats, articles, newsletters, committee reports, conference information, exhibit information, awards, handbooks, directories, and materials relating to the 50th Anniversary Jubilee (1970, photographs, correspondence, invitations, stationery, and organizational history). Also included are two laboratory manuals and a chemistry textbook authored by University of Nebraska at Omaha ACS members.
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2.6 Cubic Feet (6 boxes, 3 volumes)
Arranged into boxes and folders.
Donated to the Criss Library prior to 2014. Further accession details are incomplete or absent.
American Chemical Society. Omaha Section
Processed by Criss Library staff prior to 2014.
Part of the UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections Repository