Fonds F426 - Reginald Harold Clark fonds

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Reginald Harold Clark fonds

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  • 1971-1992 (Creation)
    Clark, Reginald Harold

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1 v.

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Professor of Chemical Engineering, Queen's University, Kingston, Ont.

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Fonds consists of "The Clark Papers: Letters from former students and well wishers of Professor Reg Clark upon his retirement from Queen's University, 1954-1992"; being letters of appreciation from former students, bound and presented to Dr. Reginald H. Clark upon his retirement from the Department of Chemical Engineering. In addition there are his lecture and course notes of the "Nature, Science and Man" interdisciplinary environmental studies course he designed in the 1970s.

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  • English

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2999 (Clark) (Q93-2)

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  • Folder: 2999 (Clark)
  • Shelf: 5096.3
  • Shelf: MI 123