The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 6, 1946
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THURSDAY, JUNK C, 194G . BLYTHEVILLE <AUK.) COURIER NEWS University Has Unusual Library Data on Chemistry Most Complete in the Whole World. WETROIT (UP)—Recent dedication of the Krcsge-Ilooker Scientific Library at Wayne University hero marked formal opening of the; largest and most complete institution of its kind In the world. Founded by the Ial 0 Dr. Samuel Cox Hooker, eminent. Eivslish-borii chemist, in 1915, the library coy, tains 21,000 volumes Including every known work on chemistry and many on related subjects. Opening of the mammoth library marked realization O f nil Idea conceived by Dr. Hooker In 1885, when he came to this country us a chemist nllcr receiving his Ph.D. degree from the University 01 Munich. Found Sources C'caltcrcd Durnrj 30 years of « c«cssfui research in his field.. Dr. Hookei despaired that sources of information needed In his work were scattered, that there was no central source of information to which sic- c-ntists might turn without hesitation. fin. from the r f n s retirement in 1015 until his death 'JU years later. Dr. Hooker traveled throughout th:» world, fathering volumes, periodicals, individual re- Ports and other scientific documents on chemistry, pharmacology, metallugry. dyes, photography, astronomy, physics and biology. lie hired agents In foreign countries to help him compile the huge collection of works. On Dr. Hooker's (lentil in 1935. the library was catalogued and offered for sale. It was obtained by Central (Mo.) College through the efforts of Dr. Neil Gordon, then head of the college's chemistry department, bust cost of maintenance proved too much for (he tiny institution mid, in 1942, when Dr. Gordon accepted chairmanship of Wayne University's chemistry department, arrangements were made to transfer the library to Detroit. 400 Join 'Frjcnr. Mean w h i I c, the so - called "Friends of the Hooker Scientilic Library" (now the Society ol Friends of the Kresge-Hnoker Scientific Library an organization uf .sc-jiie 400 chv'nvciU fi Tii and individuals throughout thp, world— was formed to create an endowment fund to keep the library up to date and to make the library's scientists and educational and scientific institutions. facilities universally available to At the same time, a committee was named to rais-: the $200.000 •JiMde'd to .purchase the library, renew . lapsed^, periodical- subscript ,-Monn,- aitd'-lranMerr-tbe unit from Missouri to Detroit. ' When/ the Kresge Foundation contributed half the rermired amount. the name was changed to tcresgs:- Hooker Scientific 'Library. Other contributions poured in from concerns throughout the country, Including the Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Mich.; E. J. du Pont dc Nemours, Wilmington, Del.; General Motors and Chrysler Corporations. Detroit, and the Wy- undotte Chemical Corp., Wyuu- dotlc, Mich. The money was r.v..;ed and the library was transferred here hi 1934. Includes Hare Records. Today, the library consists of books, papers and pcrlocllcnli; In 1C languages. It includes one 61 the few copies in America o,> the Trail sac I lout of the Royal Society 01 IxHidon, dating back to I(i65; Hit French Am iilcs ilc C ilnile, (latins from 1180; the ItnUm Ann,i!i di Chlmlcn, il-IJfiR from 1790; tlie Amci'Ictm Journal of S lenca da'iu-r from 1813, Gu'inan puH'catlons dating frpm 1811. The library Is considered a source of material for all persons engaged In scientific research. 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