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Harvey L. Daiell Papers (MS-00072)

Abstract

The Harvey L. Daiell Papers (1855, 1953) contains a diploma of Euphasia Humphrey (a distant family member of Daiell) from Rogersville Union Seminary, dated June 21, 1855, and a brief genealogy of the Daiell and Humphrey families. The collection also contains a bound book of letters titled "Howard D. Evans - His History at Lakeside Laboratories As Told by His Friends," compiled by Daiell in 1953.

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Date
1855, 1953
Extent
0.03 Cubic Feet (1 folder (1 shared box))
0.04 Linear Feet
Resource Type
Papers
Related People/Corporations
Access Note

Collection is open for research.

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Scope and Contents Note

The Harvey L. Daiell Papers (1855, 1953) contains a diploma of Euphasia Humphrey (a distant family member of Daiell) from Rogersville Union Seminary, dated June 21, 1855, and a brief genealogy of the Daiell and Humphrey families. The collection also contains a bound book of letters titled "Howard D. Evans - His History at Lakeside Laboratories As Told by His Friends," compiled by Daiell in 1953.

Biographical / Historical Note

Harvey L. Daiell was born October 1, 1899, and spent most of his life in New York and Wisconsin working in the pharmaceutical business. In the 1950s, Daiell was the Vice President and Scientific Director at Lakeside Laboratories, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He married Lilian Leeson, and they later retired to Las Vegas, Nevada. Daiell passed away in 1984.

Arrangement

Materials remain as they were received.

Preferred Citation

Harvey L. Daiell Papers, 1855, 1953. MS-00072. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.

EAD ID
US::NVLN::MS00072
Acquisition Note

Accession number 1001.

Processing Note

In 2018, as part of an archival backlog elimination project, Sarah Jones wrote the finding aid and entered the data into ArchivesSpace.

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