William G. Walter Papers, 1902-1999  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Walter, William G. (William Goff), 1914-1999
Title
William G. Walter Papers
Dates
1902-1999
Quantity
7.5 linear feet
Collection Number
Collection 2412, MtBC, us (collection)
Summary
The William G. Walter Collection includes correspondence, MSU personnel biographical information, departmental material, professional material, literary productions, photographic materials, audio recordings, and ephemera. Many of the materials gathered by Walter were intended for the purpose of writing a comprehensive history of the Montana State University biology department.
Repository
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT
59717-3320
Telephone: 406-994-4242
Fax: 406-994-2851
spcoll@www.lib.montana.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

William G. Walter was born November 1, 1914 in Lake Placid, New York. Walter received his B.S. and M.S. in bacteriology from Cornell University in 1938 and 1941. In 1952, he received his Ph.D. in bacteriology and public health from Michigan State College. In 1942, Walter joined the faculty at Montana State College (Montana State University) as assistant Professor of Microbiology and retired in 1980 from the position of Vice President of Academic Affairs. In the course of his tenure at Montana State University, Walter also served as Associate Professor, Professor, and Department Head of Microbiology.

During the course of his career, Walter utilized closed circuit television as a teaching tool. He conducted studies that ranged from microbiological sampling of hospital carpets to spore contamination from stainless steel surfaces, as well as how to measure contamination and learning how to lower contamination levels of contamination for ships sent into outer space. Walter co-authored or edited seven texts on Microbiology, as well as more than 80 articles for scientific publications. His intellectual and educational efforts earned many honors; some examples include the Mangold Award, the Walter F. Snyder Award, and MSU Blue and Gold Award. Walter died January 13, 2000 in Bozeman, Montana.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The William G. Walter collection includes correspondence, MSU personnel biographical information, departmental material, professional material, literary productions, photographic materials, audio recordings, and ephemera. Many of the materials gathered by Walter were intended for the purpose of writing a comprehensive history of the Montana State University biology department. Series four contains oversized materials that have been separated from the series, the separation is denoted by an asterisk(*) next to the folder from which the materials were removed. Photographs in Series 2 to 5 were separated and relocated to series 6, a duplicate notation of an asterisk (**) refers to the folders from which photographs were removed.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series 1:  Correspondence, 1902-1999Return to Top

Correspondence in this series consists of William G. Walter's day-to-day transactions and research within the Microbiology department. Topics include closed-circuit television, Board of Education and Training (BET), public service, adult education, Washington Alaska Montana Idaho Program (WAMI), supplies, American Society for Microbiology (ASM), committees, panel discussions, departmental issues, Sigma Xi, Montana Academy of Sciences, American Public Health Association (APHA), students, and courses. Also discussed are Rocky Mountain Laboratory, publications, experiments, Montana Public Health Association (MPHA), awards, Phi Kappa Phi, environmental health, scholarships, donations, Montana Environmental Health Association (MEHA), former students, and departmental history. Of note are the letters in folder 1, which document Walter's interactions with important figures in the sciences. Correspondents include Darl Lamanna, R.G.E. Murray, Morris F. Shaffer, Phillipp Gerhardt, M. Roy Schwarz, Riley D. Housewright, Lucia Anderson, L. Joe Berry, Howard L. Bodily, Berwy, F. Mattison, R.W. Sarber, Nell Hirschberg, S.E. Luria, L.S. McClung, P.R. Elliker, Pasquale V. Scarpino, William B. Sarles, Gordon W. Robertstad, Orville Wyss, J.R. Porter, and René Dubos. Folder 8 contains signed correspondence by Senator Mike Mansfield.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Famous Letters and Signatures
1963-1974
1/2
1902-1904
1/3
1922-1924
1/4
1938
1/5
1940-1949
1/6
1950-1959
1/7
1960-1969
1/8
1970-1979
1/9
1980-1989
1/10
1990-1994
1/11
1995-1999
1/12
undated

Series 2:  Staff Biographical FilesReturn to Top

In the staff biographical files series, William G. Walter assembled informational files on various university personnel. Materials in this series include staff interviews, newspaper clippings, photographs, articles, correspondence, vitas, etc. This series contains photographic materials that have been separated from the series. A duplicate asterisk (**) next to a folder indicates that photographic material has removed and relocated to series 6.

Container(s) Description
Box/Folder
2/1
Aasheim, Dorothy**
2/2
Afanasiev, Mitrofan**
2/3
Bayliss, Berenice**
2/4
Bond, Cliff
2/5
Booth, William E.**
2/6
Bradbury, Jim
2/7
Brewer, William
2/8
Burlingame, Merrill G.
2/9
Carlstrom, Robert C.
2/10
Carroll, Tom
2/11
Chadwick, Robert
2/12
Challender, Ralph T.
2/13
Cheever, Donald
2/14
Cheever, Myrtle
2/15
Clow, Bertha
2/16
Cobleigh, William M.
2/17
Collins, Don D.
2/18
Cook, William
2/19
Cooley, Robert A.**
2/20
Cotner, Frank B.
2/21
Cummins, George
2/22
Cutler, Jim
2/23
Davis, Cliff U.
2/24
Davis, George T.
2/25
Dunkel, Sandy
2/26
Dyche, Schubert
2/27
Ewald, Sandy
2/28
Fiscus, Alvin
2/29
Gaines, Paschal C.
2/30
Geesey, Gill
2/31
Graham, Richard J.
2/32
Grieder, Paul
2/33
Han, Barton
2/34
Hamilton, Richard I.
2/35
Harrison. H. Keith
2/36
Hill, William D.
2/37
Hilleman, Maurice
2/38
Horrall, Rus
2/39
Howard, Ed
2/40
Howard, Lou
2/41
Hudson, Barbara
3/1
Jellison, William L.
3/2
Jesaitis, Algirdas
3/3
Jezzeski, James J.
3/4
Johnson, Arthur J.M.
3/5
Johnson, Birger L.
3/6
Johnson, Leon H.
3/7
Johnson, Mary Ellen
3/8
Johnstone, William A.
3/9
Jutila, John
3/10
Klemme, Hermon G.
3/11
Knodle, Glen**
3/12
Lackman, David
3/13
Langohr, Don
3/14
Leigh, Mildred
3/15
Lodge, Jim**
3/16
MacWithey, Harold S.
3/17
Malone, Michael P.
3/18
Mathre, Don
3/19
McBee, Richard H.**
3/20
McFeters, Gordon
3/21
McIntosh, Carol
3/22
McIvor, Keith
3/23
Mills, Ira K.
3/24
Morris, Harry Elwood**
3/25
Nelson, John
3/26
Nelson, Nels
3/27
Newman, Franklin S.
3/28
Nopper, Tom
3/29
Opp, Les
3/30
Paisley, Marjorie**
3/31
Parker, John
3/32
Payson, Lois
3/33
Pickett, James M.
3/34
Pollack, Rhoda
3/35
Plummer, Gordon
3/36
Ralston, Frances A.**
4/1
Reed, Norman**
4/2
Reynolds, Creech
4/3
Renne, Roland
4/4
Rivenes, David
4/5
Rodriguez, Rafael**
4/6
Roush, Allan
4/7
Rumely, John**
4/8
Schaeffer, Jurgen S.
4/9
Schiemann, Don A.**
4/10
Sedivy, Edmund P.
4/11
Sharp, Eugene L.
4/12
Shepard, James F.
4/13
Sheppard, Oden E.
4/14
Sherrick, Anna Pearl
4/15
Smith, Louis D.
4/16
Spaulding, Herrick**
2/17
Starkley, Jean
4/18
Strand, August C.
4/19
Stevens, Dennis
4/20
Strubel, Gary
4/21
Stuart, Dave
4/22
Swingle, Deane B.**
4/23
Temple, Kenneth
4/24
Tietz, William J.
4/25
Wiber, Jessie**
4/26
Ward, David**
4/27
Watling, Harold
4/28
Weaver, Theodore W.
4/29
Weiss, Francis
4/30
Worthington, Max**
4/31
Wright, John
4/32
Young, Paul A.

Series 3:  Departmental Material, 1925-1994Return to Top

Departmental materials in this series pertain to textbooks William G. Walter authored, course materials, departmental newsletters, assorted activities, committee information, various programs, reports, and committee information. This series contains photographic materials that have been separated from the series. A duplicate asterisk (**) next to a folder indicates that photographic material has removed and relocated to series 6.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/1
Textbooks
5/2
MB101
5/3
MB203
5/4
MB408
5/5
MB470
5/6
MB580
5/7
Environmental Health Undergraduate Curriculum
5/8
Environmental Health Program
5/9
Environmental Health Program Reaccreditation
5/10
Microbiology, Botany, and Plant Pathology Program
5/11
Sanitation Program at Montana State College
5/12
Sanitarian - Supervisory Program
5/13
Instrument Service
5/14
Science Club
5/15
Science Fairs
5/16
Science Talent Show
5/17
BS Enrollment
1925-1985
5/18
Plant Pathology
5/19
Botany and Bacteriology Evaluation
5/20
Botany and Microbiology Newsletters
5/21
Botany and Bacteriology Newsletters
6/1
Microbiology Newsletters
6/2
Biosciences Feasibility Committee
6/3
Biosciences Feasibility Committee
6/4
Closed Circuit TV**
6/5
Sumer Institute**
6/6
Alcoholism Conference - Business and Industry
6/7
West Yellowstone Laboratory
6/8
Watershed Plan - Bozeman Creek
1970
6/9
Campus Eating Utensil Survey
1946-1947
6/10
Food Poisoning Data
Hannon Hall, Montana State College
July 4, 1944
6/11
Montana Laboratory Advisory Committee
6/12
Activities and Departmental Plans
6/13
Microbiology Annual Reports
1993-1994
6/14
Microbiology Historical
7/1
Physical Fitness
7/2
Previous Students**
7/3
Cotner-Morris Conference Room**

Series 4:  Professional Material, 1942-1998Return to Top

Professional materials in this series pertains to various grants, committees, scholarships, and associations and organizations that William G. Walter was involved in. Other material includes biographical, career information, as well as honor societies. This series contains oversized and photographic materials that have been separated from the series. Oversized materials separated from this serried are denoted by an asterisk (*) next to the folder from which the material was removed and relocated to box 15. A duplicate asterisk (**) next to a folder indicates that photographic material has been removed and relocated to series 6.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
7/4
Microbiology Training Grant
7/5
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
7/6
William G. Walter Appointments and Committees
7/7
William G. Walter Biographical
7/8
William G. Walter Curriculum Vita
7/9
William G. Walter Retirement
7/10
William G. Walter Scholarship**
7/11
Awards, Certificates, Scholarships**
7/12
Boards and Standing Committees
7/13
Four Rivers Mental Health
7/14
Mental Health
7/15
Mental Health - Minutes of Governors Committee
7/16
Nursing**
8/1
American Public Health Association; Health Service
1957-1959
8/2
American Public Health Association; Infirmary Register*
8/3
American Public Health Association; Black, L.A.
8/4
American Public Health Association; Laboratory Section
8/5
American Public Health Association; History
1966-1970
8/6
American Public Health Association; Committees and Reports
8/7
American Public Health Association; Environmental Health Engineering Training Program
February 1971
8/8
American Public Health Association; Environmental Health Administration Allied Health Advanced Traineeship Program
8/9
American Public Health Association; Research Proposal E.H. Training Program and Special Purpose Traineeship Grant
January 23, 1969
8/10
American Public Health Association; Public Health Traineeship Program Short-term Training
November 6-10, 1967
8/11
American Public Health Association; Allied Health Advanced Traineeship
1974
8/12
American Public Health Association; Allied Health Advanced Traineeship
1976-1977
8/13
American Public Health Association; Advanced Traineeship Program
1971-1973
8/14
American Public Health Association; Research Grant Application Summer Institute for Teachers
8/15
American Public Health Association; Research Project Proposal; McBee, R.H. and Nelson, N.M.
8/16
American Public Health Association; Physical, Chemical, and Biological Study of Yellowtail Reservoir; Dr. Wright and Dean Huffman
8/17
American Public Health Association; Biological Implications of Weather Modification; Collings, Hastings, Pepper, et al.
8/18
American Public Health Association; Sanitarian - Environmental Health Budget and Justification
8/19
Montana Academy of Sciences
8/20
Public Service and Adult Education Budget
1975
8/21
Public Service and Adult Education /BET Membership
8/22
Public Service and Adult Education/BET Correspondence
9/1
Public Service and Adult Education/BET Minutes and Reports
9/2
Public Service and Adult Education/BET Report of the Ad Hoc Joint Training and Education Committee
9/3
Public Service and Adult Education TV Spots
9/4
Public Service and Adult Education/ASM
9/5
American Society for Microbiology Presidents
9/6
American Society for Microbiology SAB Round Table, Teaching Elementary Bacteriology
9/7
American Society for Microbiology /SAB-Education Committee Correspondence
9/8
American Society for Microbiology /SAB-Education Committee Reports and Minutes
9/9
American Society for Microbiology Education Committee Blumenthal Correspondence
9/10
American Society for Microbiology Education Committee Blumenthal Minutes and Reports
9/11
American Society for Microbiology Chi ASM-Education Committee
10/1
American Society for Microbiology -NW
10/2
American Society for Microbiology, ABM, AAM
10/3
National Environmental Health Association Accreditation
10/4
National Environmental Health Association Directories
10/5
National Environmental Health Association Correspondence**
10/6
American Academy of Sanitarians
10/7
Washington Alaska Montana Idaho Program
10/8
Journal of Environmental Health
10/9
Phi Kappa Phi
10/10
Phi Sigma**
10/11
Phi Sigma Biological Society Ledger*
10/12
Sigma XI
10/13
National Registry for Microbiologists
11/1
Microbiologists I Have Known and/or Worked With**
11/2
Registry of Medical Technologists Correspondence
11/3
Medical Technologists

Series 5:  Literary Productions, 1957-1993Return to Top

The materials in the literary productions series consist of newspaper clippings, poems, notes, and correspondence pertaining to a topic of interest to William G. Walter. Also included in this series are published and unpublished papers authored by Walter. Topics include Walter's honors and activities, MSC/MSU historical information, buildings on campus, bacteria and disease, sugar beet harvest, waste, etc. This series contains photographic materials that have been separated from the series. A duplicate asterisk (**) next to a folder indicates that photographic material has removed and relocated to series 6.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
11/4
William G. Walter Clippings
11/5
Montana State College/Monana State University and Community Clippings
11/6
Deceased Clippings
11/7
Proverbs and Poems
11/8
Montana State College History and Centennial
11/9
Danforth Chapel
11/10
Lewis Hall
11/11
Medical Science Building
11/12
Survey of Drinking Fountains
11/13
Jo-Jo, the "It" Bovine of Campus
11/14
Sugar Beet Caper
11/15
Notes
11/16
Cows and Udders
11/17
Foods and Disease
11/18
Waste - Solid
11/19
Water-borne Disease
12/1
Test for Detergents**
12/2
Towels
12/3
Leeuwenhoek Microscope
12/4
Teaching and Scholarly Productivity
12/5
Bacterial Survival in Laundered Fabrics
12/6
Bacteriological Field Studies on Eating Utensils and Flat Surfaces
12/7
Comparative Evaluation of the Cotton Swab and Rodac Methods for the Recovery of Bacillus Subtilis Spore Contamination from Stainless Steel Surfaces
12/8
A Comparison of Six Methods for Determining Numbers of Bacteria on Poultry Meat under Three Types of Handling
12/9
Cooperative Microbial Surveys of Surfaces in Hospital Patient Rooms
12/10
A Cooperative Microbiological Evaluation of Floor-Cleaning Procedures in Hospital Patient Rooms
12/11
Environmental Microbiologic Sampling in the Hospital
12/12
Highlights of the 27th Annual Educational Conference - National Association of Sanitarians, Honolulu
12/13
Hospital Carpet Microbiological Studies
12/14
Making a Leeuwenhoek "Microscope" Replica
12/15
Measurements of Surface Contamination and Cleaning Efficiency
12/16
Microbiological Air Sampling in a Carpeted Hospital
12/17
Microbiological Methods Used in Evaluating Hospital Carpets
12/18
Microbiological Studies on Carpets
12/19
Mobiles for the Biology Classroom
12/20
A Plastic Dish Method for the Quantitative Determination of Bacteria on Glasses
12/21
The Red Red Rose
12/22
Student Health Service - 40 Years
12/23
Studies of Airborne Bacteria in a Partially Carpeted Hospital
12/24
Symposium on Methods for Determining Bacterial Contamination on Surfaces
12/25
Teaching Excellence and Involvement with Academic Administration and Educational Activities
12/26
Teaching Microbiology by Closed Circuit Television
12/27
Three Summer Institutes in Bacteriology at Montana State College for Teachers of High School Biology
12/28
Type of Floor Covering Does Not Influence Airborne Contamination
12/29
The Use of Wooden Application Sticks

Series 6:  Photographic Material, 1929-1998Return to Top

The photographic material in this series includes photographs, 35 mm transparencies, and a 16 mm film reel collected by Walter. The images pertain to Walter's activities with the American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Montana Environmental Health Association (MEHA), and National Environmental Health Association (NEHA). Also included in these images are campus buildings, studies, closed circuit TV (CCTV), meetings, awards and scholarships, staff, and educational activities.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
13/1
Photographs, #1-5
#1-5: ASM
1976
13/2
Photographs, #6-19
#6-19: ASM
1977
13/3
Photographs, #20-33
#20-33: ASM
1977
13/4
Photographs, #34-43
#34-43: ASM
1977
13/5
Photographs, #44-50
#44-50: ASM
1980
13/6
Photographs, #51-56
#51-56: Buildings on Campus
13/7
Photographs, #57-77
#57-77: Carpets and Air Sampling
13/8
Photographs, #78-97
#78-97: Carpets and Air Sampling
13/9
Photographs, #98-117
#98-117: Carpets and Air Sampling
13/10
Photographs, #118-137
#118-137: Carpets and Air Sampling
13/11
Photographs, #138-157
#138-157: CCTV
13/12
Photographs, #158-177
#158-177: CCTV
13/13
Photographs, #178-196
#178-196: CCTV
13/14
Photographs, #197-210
#197-210: CCTV
13/15
Photographs, #211-232
#211-232: Cotner-Morris Conference Room
13/16
Photographs, #233-235
#233-235: Golden Reunion
1995
13/17
Photographs, #236-242
#236-242: Mangold Awards
13/18
Photographs, #243-254
#243-254: MB203 Field Trip - Waste H20 and City Hall
June 1965
13/19
Photographs, #255-270
#255-270: Media Kitchen Fire
1985
13/20
Photographs, #271-277
#271-277: MEHA
1951-1959
13/21
Photographs, #278-288
#278-288: MEHA
1960-1969
13/22
Photographs, #289-294
#289-294: MEHA
1970-1975
13/23
Photographs, #295-296
#295-296: MEHA
undated
13/24
Photographs, #297
#297: Microbiologists I have known and/or worked with
13/25
Photographs, #298-308
#298-308: Microbiology
1940s
13/26
Photographs, #309-326
#309-326: Microbiology
1940s
13/27
Photographs, #327-335
#327-335: Microbiology
1950s
13/28
Photographs, #336-345
#336-345: Microbiology
1950s
13/29
Photographs, #346-361
#346-361: Microbiology
1960s
13/30
Photographs, #362-377
#362-377: Microbiology
1960s
13/31
Photographs, #378-392
#378-392: Microbiology
1960s
13/32
Photographs, #393-408
#393-408: Microbiology
1970s
13/33
Photographs, #409-424
#406-424: Microbiology
1970s
13/34
Photographs, #425-440
#425-440: Microbiology
1970s
13/35
Photographs, #441-456
#441-456: Microbiology
1970s
13/36
Photographs, #457-466
#457-466: Microbiology
1970s
13/37
Photographs, #467-478
#467-478: Microbiology
1970s
13/38
Photographs, #479-490
#479-490: Microbiology
1980s
13/39
Photographs, #491-501
#491-501: Microbiology
1980s
13/40
Photographs, #502-513
#502-513: Microbiology
1990s
13/41
Photographs, #514-525
#514-525: Microbiology
1990s
13/42
Photographs, #526-537
#526-537: Microbiology
1990s
13/43
Photographs, #538-551
#538-551: Microbiology
undated
13/44
Photographs, #552-563
#552-563: Microbiology
undated
14/1
Photographs, #564-571
#564-571: Microbiology Staff
14/2
Photographs, #572-573
#572-573: NAS Certificate Award
14/3
Photographs, #574-578
#574-578: NEHA
circa 1971-1977
14/4
Photographs, #579-589
#579-589: NEHA
1985
14/5
Photographs, #590-593
#590-593: NEHA
1987
14/6
Photographs, #594-598
#594-598: NEHA
1989
14/7
Photographs, #599-607
#599-607: NEHA
1998
14/8
Photographs, #608-619
#608-619: Nursing
14/9
Photographs, #620-621
#620-621: Past President Awards
14/10
Photographs, #622-623
#622-623: Phi Sigma
14/11
Photographs, #624-642
#624-642: Previous Students
14/12
Photographs, #643-647
#643-647: Test for Detergents
14/13
Photographs, #648
#648: Sanitarian's Training Conference
1963
14/14
Photographs, #649-670
#649-670: Staff Biographical Files
14/15
Photographs, #671-680
#671-680: Staff Biographical Files
14/16
Photographs, #681-704
#681-704: Staff Biographical Files
14/17
Photographs, #705-728
#705-728: Staff Biographical Files
14/18
Photographs, #729-736
#729-736: Staff Biographical Files
14/19
Photographs, #737
#737: Summer Institute
14/20
Photographs, #738-740
#738-740: Summer Institute
1962
14/21
Photographs, #741-777
#741-777: Summer Institute
14/22
Photographs, #778-779
#778-779: Summer Institute
14/23
Photographs, #780-791
#780-791: Summer Institute
undated
14/24
Photographs, #792-797
#792-797: Walter F. Snyder Award
14/25
Photographs, #798-819
#798-819: WGW Scholarship
1980s
14/26
Photographs, #820-851
#820-851: WGW Scholarship
1990s
14/27
35 mm Transparencies, #852-866
#852-866: Billings Meat Packing Plant
14/28
35 mm Transparencies, #867-898
#867-898: Bozeman's New Sewage Plant
14/29
35 mm Transparencies, #899-966
#899-966: Carpet Air Sampling
14/30
35 mm Transparencies, #967-1030
#967-1030: CCTV Teaching
14/31
35 mm Transparencies, #1031-1038
#1031-1038: Elk, Yellowstone
1962
14/32
35 mm Transparencies, #1039-1130
#1039-1130: Food Sanitation
14/33
35 mm Transparencies, #1131-1214
#1131-1214: Hawaii
14/34
35 mm Transparencies, #1215-1240
#1215-1240: Laundry
14/35
35 mm Transparencies, #1241-1278
#1241-1278: Microbiology
14/36
35 mm Transparencies, #1279-1282
#1279-1282: Women's Day at MSC 1
Box
15
ESC-484 L Career in Bacteriology; Micro-2281 3pm 304 16mm Film reel

Series 7:  Audio RecordingsReturn to Top

Original reel to reel and audio cassettes created or collected by Walter. Recordings pertain to symposium and award lectures, as well as personnel interviews.

Container(s) Description
Box
15
Audio Reel 1.
Sanitation Conf. Oct. 17. Symposium: John Good-National Park Service; Frank Blackmer-U.S. Forest Service; Robert McNeil-Bureau of Outdoor Rec. Oct 18: Recreational Health Programs in different areas; Harvey-Idaho State Dept. Health; Dubé-Regina Rural Health Region; Cooper-University of California; Problems Associated Open New Recreational Areas; Ed Diagle-Solid and Liquid Waste Disposed.
15
Audio Reel 4.
Oct 19 Wed (cont.) 1: Travel-Montana's Instant Industry, Josephine Brooker; The Microbiology of Hospital Carpets, Angie Stober-(somebody kick the play), Pat Cleveland. Track 2: Medical Care Facilities, Howard Farely; Problem Solving Session; Youth Camp-Don Pizzini; Camp Grounds-John Lozeau; Travel Trailer-Robert Higgins; Discussion.
15
Audiocassette.
Carski Award Lecture: Reflections on Mentoring Undergraduate Students ASM-6/May 19-23 1996/New Orleans, LA. 96th General Meeting American Society for Microbiology.
15
Micro-audiocassette.
Stevens; McIvor

Series 8:  Ephemera and Realia, 1921-1977Return to Top

Ephemera includes sanitation broadsides/posters, collector's coins, 35 mm transparency view, microscope replica, badge, and plaques.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
15
Broadsides/Posters
15
American Society for Microbiology, New Orleans, 1977 Collector's Coin
15
ASM Pin
15
Handheld 35mm Transparency Viewer
15
National Hansen's Disease Center, Carville, Louisiana, Collector's Coin
1921
15
Leuwenhoek Microscope Replica
15
Montana State University Department of Microbiology Certificate of Appreciation
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William G. Walter Badge
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William G. Walter Nameplate
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Infirmary Register
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Phi Sigma Biological Society Ledger

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Microbiology
  • Personal Names :
  • Anderson, Lucia (Lucia Lewis) -- Correspondence
  • Luria, S. E. (Salvador Edward), 1912-1991
  • Mansfield, Mike, 1903-2001 -- Correspondence
  • Mattison, Berwyn F. (Berwyn Fay), 1910-2000
  • Sarber, R. W. -- Correpondence
  • Schwarz, M. Roy -- Correspondence
  • Corporate Names :
  • Montana State University (Bozeman, Mont.). Department of Biology
  • Montana State University (Bozeman, Mont.). Department of Microbiology
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Photographs -- Montana -- Terry
  • Occupations :
  • College teachers -- Montana -- Bozeman