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Purdue, A. H. (Albert Homer), 1861-1917


Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

John Casper Branner Papers

Identifier: MC 280
Scope and Content Note The collection consists of the correspondence between John Casper Branner and Albert Homer Purdue, from 1892-1917. It includes a letter from Branner to Purdue's widow, Ida Pace Purdue, on the occasion of Purdue's death; Ida Pace Purdue's reply is also contained in the collection. Letters are variously handwritten or typescript; all are photocopies. The correspondence between Dr. John Casper Branner (1850-1922) and Albert Homer Purdue forms a portion of the Branner collection of...
Dates: 1892-1918

Noah Fields Drake Papers

Identifier: MS D789 349
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, notes, notebooks, printed material, photographs, maps and land plats, business and other records created, received, or collected by geologist Noah Fields Drake and members of his family.Materials pertain to: Drake’s academic career as student at University of Arkansas and at Stanford University (1888-1897), as associate professor of economic geology at Stanford University (1911-1912) and as professor of geology and mining at Pei-yang...
Dates: 1886-2013

Albert Homer Purdue Correspondence

Identifier: MS P97c 255 Purdue
Scope and Content Note

Letters and telegrams exchanged with Herbert Clark Hoover and others, regarding John Casper Branner, mining and mineral resources in Missouri, food production and conservation in U.S. during World War I. Other correspondents are: George H. Playter, Alvin Arthur Steel, Fielding H. Yost

Dates: 1905-1917

Albert Homer Purdue Papers

Identifier: MC 327
Scope and Content Note

These papers consist of photocopies of Purdue's Tennessee Geological Survey notebooks. The titles for each notebook came from Purdue and/or the Tennessee Department of Conservation. The original copies are in the holdings of the Tennessee Department of Conservation, Division of Geology in Nashville, Tennessee.

Dates: 1911-1918

Albert Homer Purdue Papers

Identifier: MC 214
Scope and Content Note The papers contain Purdue's correspondence, consisting mainly of an exchange of letters (some photocopied) between Purdue and Herbert Hoover, 1898-1913. The letter from Hoover dated 1898 is incomplete; Richard Howell Purdue states that his mother, Ida Pace Purdue, destroyed the first four pages, containing the date and salutation, following the death of Purdue in 1917. A letter from Theodore Roosevelt concerning the possibility of Roosevelt leading a detachment of volunteers in France in the...
Dates: 1885-1917

Albert Homer Purdue Postcard

Identifier: MC 2407

Note from University of Arkansas geology professor A.H. Purdue to Iowa Assistant State Geologist Mr. Bain.

Dates: 1896

Albert Homer Purdue Professional Papers

Identifier: MS P97
Scope and Content Note This collection contains 18 notebooks; 23 manuscripts of published or unpublished articles, addresses and reports by Purdue; 45 reprints, tear-sheets, clippings and pamphlet printings of published articles, addresses and other works by, or about the academic or professional careers of, the Indiana native and Stanford University graduate who became Arkansas State Geologist and Arkansas State Superintendent of Mines and Metallurgy and who served as University of Arkansas professor of geology...
Dates: 1874-1918

Ida Pace Purdue Scrapbook

Identifier: MS P972

Scrapbook of Ida Pace Purdue, a founding member of the Chi Omega Fraternity.

Dates: circa 1888-1958

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Geology 4
Mines and mineral resources -- Arkansas 2
Arkansas -- Social life and customs 1
China 1
Fayetteville (Ark.) 1