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The history of the ACS Division of Chemical Information from 1943-1993, 50th anniversary book.

Contents: PDF Version

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The PDF version of the CINF History is available as a single file or broken up into 12 parts. The links in the Table of Contents below lead to the 12-part format.

  1. Introduction
  2. The Chemical Literature Group, 1943–1948
    1. Pre-History
    2. The Group
  3. The Division of Chemical Literature, 1949–1975
    1. Goals and Mission
    2. Organization and Membership
    3. Symposia and Sessions at the ACS National Meetings
    4. Special Meetings, Joint Meetings, and Regional Activities
    5. Educational Activities, Workshops, and Seminars
    6. Publications
    7. Awards and Recognitions
    8. Social Events
    9. Financial Aspects
  4. The Division of Chemical Information, 1975–1993
    1. Goals and Mission
    2. Organization and Membership
    3. Symposia and Sessions at the ACS National Meetings
    4. Special Meetings, Joint Meetings, and Regional Activities
    5. Educational Activities, Workshops, and Seminars
    6. Publications
    7. Awards and Recognitions
    8. Social Events
    9. Financial Aspects

Tables

  1. Pre-1943 Chemical Literature Papers at the ACS National Meetings
  2. Special and Joint Meetings, 1949–1975
  3. Symposia at the ACS Regional Meetings, 1949–1975
  4. Editors of Chemical Literature/Chemical Information Bulletin, 1949–1993
  5. Books Containing Papers from Divisional Meetings, 1949–1975
  6. Luncheon Speakers at the ACS National Meetings, 1943–1975
  7. Special and Joint Meetings, 1975–1993
  8. Symposia at the ACS Regional Meetings, 1975–1993
  9. Books Containing Papers from Divisional and Division-Sponsored Meetings, 1975–1993
  10. Herman Skolnik Award Winners
  11. Luncheon Speakers at the ACS National Meetings, 1975–1993

Photographs

  1. Meeting of chemists engaged in the development of chemical structure techniques at MIT in 1951
  2. Speakers at a symposium in Honolulu in 1979
  3. Careers in Chemical Information poster
  4. Division displays its videotape “Chemists and Questions” at a 1984 ACS National Meeting
  5. Divisional Officers receive the 1982 ACS Outstanding Intermediate Division Award
  6. Herman Skolnik receives the First Divisional Award
  7. Herman Skolnik Award Winners
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