By Mary Sego
Experiment kit developed for Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated by Purdue alumnus, William E. Taylor, and pamphlet by D.M. Chaplin.
Scope and Contents of the Materials
The Bell Solar Energy Experiment Kit (1962; 0.2 cubic feet) developed by Purdue alumnus, William E. Taylor, was one of the kits designed for classroom use by students who had demonstrated high scientific aptitudes. Program materials were distributed to high schools by the local Bell System telephone companies. The pamphlets, books and manuals that came with the kits were written by Bell Telephone employees who had Ph.Ds. The pamphlet in this kit was written by D.M. Chaplin. The kit is in the original box, along with contents
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Alternate Extent Statement:
1 small artifact box
This collection is open for use.
Michael and Judith Humnicky
MSP 86, Bell Solar Energy Experiment kit, Karnes Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
The kit is in the original box, along with contents.
The kit and pamphlet have been placed in an archival acid-free box.
Box and Folder Listing Browse by Item:
[Item 1: Bell Solar Energy Experiment Kit, 1962],
[Item 2: Energy from the sun, 1962
- Item 1: Bell Solar Energy Experiment Kit, 1962
- Original box, designed by Purdue alumnus, William E. Taylor