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Series 11
Associations and organizations, 1890-1938
Boxes 115-122

Scope and Content Note

This series contains papers relating to Herty's membership in professional, social, and academic associations and organizations. The groups include scientific and trade associations, greek letter societies, conferences and congresses, and other associations and organizations.

Related material can be found in the following series: Series 3: American Chemical Society; Series 4: Naval Stores, Forestry, Paper and Pulp; Subseries 6.1: Industrial progress - Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association folders; Subseries 6.3: National Defense - United States Chemical Warfare Association folders; and Series 15: Photographs.

Scientific Associations
Box Folder Content
115 1 Alabama Academy of Science. Correspondence: 1932
115 2 American Academy of Arts and Sciences. C. M. Warren Fund. Correspondence: 1901-1902. Correspondence about C. M. Warren Fund grant ($145) to Herty for research on platinum and allied metals.
115 3 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Section C. Correspondence: 1893, 1897, 1905-1906
115 4 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Section C. Correspondence: 1907-1908
115 5 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Section C. Correspondence: 1909-1911
115 6 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Section C. Correspondence: 1912
115 7 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Section C. Correspondence: 1918-1919, 1926-1928, 1931, 1933, 1936-1937
115 8 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Section C. Miscellaneous Papers: 1890, 1898, 1901-1906
115 9 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Section C. Miscellaneous Papers: 1907-1919, 1927-1929, undated
115 10 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Section C. Secretary's Minute Book: 1886-1911; Herty was Secretary of Section C (1908-1912). Most of the correspondence deals with his administrative duties during those years.
116 1 American Electrochemical Society. Correspondence: 1908, 1915-1924, 1926, 1928-1929, undated
116 2 American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Correspondence: 1920-1928
116 3 American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Correspondence: 1930-1931, 1933-1938
116 4 American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Miscellaneous Papers: 1922-1928
116 5 American Institute of Chemists. Correspondence: 1926.
116 6 American Institute of Chemists. Correspondence: 1927
116 7 American Institute of Chemists. Correspondence: 1928-1929
116 8 American Institute of Chemists. Correspondence: 1930-1931
116 9 American Institute of Chemists. Correspondence: 1932-1935, 1937, undated
116 10 American Institute of Chemists.Presentation of Medal to Dr. Herty. Correspondence: January-April, 1932
116 11 American Institute of Chemists. Presentation of Medal to Dr. Herty. Correspondence: May-June, 1932, Folders 10 and 11 include congratulatory correspondence about award.
117 1 American Institute of Chemists. Council Meetings. Minutes: 1926-1930
117 2 American Institute of Chemists. Miscellaneous Papers: 1925-1932; Herty served as Vice-President of the New York chapter of the American Institute of Chemists (AIC) in 1926. He was a member of the Special Conclave Committee (1926) and of the Committee on Nominations for Elective Offices (1929). He was a councillor for-two consecutive terms (1928-1930). In 1929, the AIC awarded its annual medal to Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Garvan. There is some correspondence in 1929 with Chemical Foundation, Inc., officers about this. In 1932 the medal was awarded to Herty.
117 3 American Metric Association. Correspondence: 1920
117 4 American Metrological Society. Papers: 1906, 1910
117 5 American Society for Testing Materials. Correspondence: 1912, 1917. Herty was requested to serve on a committee to draw up specifications for turpentine; he was not a member of the society.
117 6 American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Correspondence: 1918, 1930
117 7 Chemical Society. Correspondence: 1906-1916, 1918, 1920, 1922, 1929-1930, 1934-1935, 1937-1938
117 8 Chemists' Club. Correspondence: 1907, 1910-1913
117 9 Chemists' Club. 1914-1917
117 10 Chemists' Club. 1918
117 11 Chemists' Club. 1919-1920
117 12 Chemists' Club. 1921-1925
117 13 Chemists' Club. 1926-1928, 1930-1932, 1934-1935, 1937
117 14 Chemists' Club. Board of Trustees. Minutes of Meetings: 1918-1919
117 15 Chemists' Club. Miscellaneous Papers: 1917-1919, 1922, 1926-1928. Herty was a member of the Chemists' Club Publicity Committee in 1911. He was elected Resident Vice-President in 1918; and he was a member of the Committee on Honorary Memberships in 1919 and 1920.He also served on the Board of Trustees.
117 16 Committee on Unemployment and Relief for Chemists and Chemical Engineers. Correspondence: 1931-1933, 1935-1937
117 17 Deutsche Chemische Gesellschraft. Correspondence: 1906, 1908, 1910, 1911, 1913, 1924
117 18 Drug and Chemical Club. Correspondence: 1927
117 19 Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. Correspondence: 1911-1913, 1916
117 20 Franklin Institute. Correspondence: 1910, 1913, 1915-1932, 1934-1935
117 21 Franklin Institute. Miscellaneous Papers: 1914, 1922-1925, undated
118 1 Georgia Academy of Science. Correspondence: 1922, 1930-1931, 1933
118 2 International Association of Chemical Societies. Miscellaneous Papers: 1912-1913
118 3 Marcelin Berthelot Centenary. American Committee. Correspondence: 1926-1928
118 4 Marcelin Berthelot Centenary. American Committee. Miscellaneous Papers: 1927
118 5 North Carolina Academy of Science. Correspondence and Other Papers: 1907-1917, 1922
118 6 Ramsay Memorial Fund Committee. Correspondence and Other Payers: 1917-1920, 1922-1923
118 7 Societe Chimique de France. Correspondence: 1910-1913, 1915, 1920, 1924, 1934-1935
118 8 Societe de Chimie Industrielle. Correspondence: 1917-1922
118 9 Societe de Chimie Industrielle. Correspondence: 1923-1928, 1931 1932
118 10 Societe de Chimie Industrielle. Miscellaneous Papers: 1923-1925. Herty was chairman of the Committee on By-Laws for the New York Section of the Societe de Chimie Industrielle (1918). He was a councilor of the American Section (1921-1932).
118 11 Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education. Correspondence: 1912, 1919, 1922, 1926
118 12 Society of Chemical Industry. Correspondence: 1906-1912, 1916-1920
118 13 Society of Chemical Industry. Correspondence: 1921-1925
118 14 Society of Chemical Industry. Correspondence: 1926
118 15 Society of Chemical Industry. Correspondence: 1927-1930, 1934-1935
118 16 Society of Chemical Industry. Miscellaneous Papers: 1916, 1919, 1925-1929 Herty was a member of the Executive Committee of the American Section (1917-1921, 1926-1928); and he was chairman of the Publicity Committee in 1926 and 1927.
118 17 Society for Georgia Archaeology. Correspondence and Other Papers: 1933-1936
118 18 Washington Academy of Sciences. Correspondence: 1925-1927
Trade Associations and Greek Letter Societies
119 1 American Trade Association Executives. Correspondence: 1923
119 2 American Trade Association Executives. Correspondence: 1924
119 3 American Trade Association Executives. Correspondence: 1925-1926
119 4 American Trade Association Executives. Miscellaneous Papers: 1922-1926, undated
119 5 Manufacturing Chemists' Association of the United States. Correspondence: 1927-1928
119 6 Manufacturing Chemists' Association of the United States. Miscellaneous Papers: 1926-1927
119 7 Salesmen's Association of the American Chemical Industry. Correspondence: 1924-1925, 1927-1930, 1932
119 8 Trade Association Executives in New York. Correspondence: 1923-1926
119 9 Trade Association Executives in New York. Year Book: 1924-1925
119 10 Alpha Chi Sigma. Fraternity. Correspondence: 1912-1920, 1923-1924, 1928, 1933-1936, 1938
119 11 Hexagon of Alpha Chi Sigma: 1926, 1928
119 12 Kappa Alpha Order. Correspondence: 1906-1912, 1928, 1933-1934 , 1936
119 13 Kappa Alpha Alumni Foundation. Correspondence: 1927-1928, 1931
119 14 Kappa Alpha Southern Club of New York, Inc. Correspondence: 1924-1928, 1931
119 15 Kappa Alpha. Order. New York Alumni Chapter. Correspondence: 1920, 1923-1934
119 16 Phi Beta Kappa. Correspondence: 1906, 1914-1915, 1926, 1932, 1936
119 17 Phi Lambda Upsilon Honorary Chemical Society. Correspondence: 1916-1917, 1938
119 18 Sigma Xi. Correspondence: 1915, 1918-1920, 1923-1924, 1929-1932.
Miscellaneous Associations and Organizations
120 1 Academy of Political Science in the City of New York. Correspondence: 1918, 1921-1925, 1927, 1930
120 2 American Academy of Political and Social Science. Correspondence: 1926-1927
120 3 American Association of University Professors. Correspondence: 1915, 1917
120 4 American Geographical Society. Correspondence: 1922
120 5 American Industrial Development Council. Correspondence: 1935
120 6 American Institute of the City of New York. Correspondence: 1927
120 7 American Institute of the City of New York. Correspondence: 1928-1929
120 8 American Institute of the City of New York. Correspondence: 1930-1932, 1934-1935
120 9 American Institute of the City of New York. Miscellaneous Papers: 1927-1932, 1936, undated; In 1927 Herty gave a speech "Fundamental Research for Better Health" before the Institute. In January, 1928, the Institute passed a resolution supporting Senator Ransdell's legislation for a National Institute of Health. Herty became a member of the Institute in 1928. He served on the membership committee in 1929, and in 1930 he was elected to the Board of Trustees.
120 10 American Museum of Natural History. Correspondence: 1917-1927, 1932
120 11 American Philosophical Society. Correspondence and Other Papers: 1916-1933
120 12 Bienvenue Frangaise. Papers: 1923
120 13 Block Hall. Correspondence: 1927-1929
120 14 Capital Club. Correspondence: 1906-1909, 1911
120 15 Century Association. Correspondence: 1919-1925
120 16 Century Association. Correspondence: 1926-1928
120 17 Century Association. Correspondence: 1929-1937, undated
120 18 Century Association. Proposal of Francis P. Garvan for Membership. Correspondence: 1933-1935
120 19 Century Association. Miscellaneous Papers: 1923, 1929, 1936 Herty chaired several Century Association committees. He was elected a member of the Board of Management in 1932. In 1933, Herty proposed Francis P. Garvan for membership. The nomination was not successful, and it was withdrawn in 1935.
121 1 Citizens Union of the City of New York. Correspondence: 1925-1935
121 2 Civic Forum. (New York). Correspondence: 1923-1927
121 3 Cosmos Club (Savannah). Correspondence: 1935-1938
121 4 Cosmos Club (Washington, D.C.). Correspondence: 1917-1925
121 5 Cosmos Club (Washington, D.C.). Correspondence: 1926-1928, 1930, 1932, 1934, 1936, 1938
121 6 Country Club (Chapel Hill). Correspondence and Other Papers: 1907-1916
121 7 Dealers and Consumers Supply Association. Correspondence: 1906
121 8 Engineers Hoover Committee. Correspondence: 1919-1920; Herty was requested to help promote Herbert Hoover for office of U. S. president; he declined to become involved in the campaign.
121 9 Georgia Historical Association. Correspondence and Other Papers: 1916-1919
121 10 Georgia Historical Society. Papers: 1921-1933, 1935, 1937
121 11 Georgia Society of the City of New York. Correspondence: 1924-1925, 1932-1933
121 12 Metropolitan Museum of Art. Papers: 1921-1925, 1928-1932
121 13 National Association of Audubon Societies. Correspondence: 1923-1924
121 14 National Chemical Committee (Hoover for President). Correspondence: 1928; Herty was a member of the Advisory Committee.
121 15 National Geographic Society. Papers: 1905-1918, 1922-1923, 1925, 1932, 1934-1935
121 16 National Institute of Inventors. Correspondence: 1917-1920; Includes correspondence with Dr. J. W. Beckman, Dr. W. M. Grosvenor, Dr. W. A. Noyes, Dr. Ira Remsen, Dr. Julius Steiglitz, Dr. H. P. Talbot, Dr. E. R. Weidlein and other colleagues about membership drive by the Institute and also about suspect activities and aims of the Institute.
121 17 National Institute of Social Sciences. Correspondence: 1937-1938
121 18 New York Classical Club. Papers: 1919-1920
121 19 New York Electrical Society. Correspondence: 1929-1931
121 20 New York Latin Club. Correspondence: 1917
121 21 New York Southern Society. Correspondence: 1917, 1919-1923, 1925-1928, 1934
121 22 Oglethorpe Club. Correspondence: 1932, 1935, 1937
121 23 Racquet Club. Correspondence: 1922-1924
121 24 Republican Business Men, Inc. Correspondence: 1926
121 25 Rotary Club of Savannah. Correspondence: 1935-1936, 1938
121 26 Society of Arts and Sciences. Correspondence: 1930-1932
121 27 Southern Education Society. Correspondence: 1918
121 28 Textile Club. Correspondence: 1917, 1919
121 29 Town Hall Club. Correspondence: 1926-1927, 1932-1933; Includes some correspondence about membership of Lois W. Woodford (Herty's secretary).
121 30 University Gun Club (Chapel Hill). Correspondence: 1905-1906, 1908-1909
Conferences and Congresses
122 1 First International Congress of Soil Science. Correspondence: 1927
122 2 First International Congress of Soil Science. Miscellaneous Papers: 1927
122 3 Institute of Politics (Williamstown, Massachusetts). Correspondence and Other Papers: 1926
122 4 Institute of Politics (Williamstown, Mass.). Report of the Round Tables and General Conferences at the Sixth Session: 1926
122 5 International Congress of Applied Chemistry. Correspondence: 1908-1910
122 6 International Congress of Applied Chemistry. Correspondence: 1911-1912
122 7 International Congress of Applied Chemistry. Miscellaneous Papers: 1912
122 8 Pan American Commercial Congress. Correspondence: 1925-1928
122 9 Pan American Scientific Congress. Correspondence: 1915-1916
122 10 Southern Commercial Congress. Correspondence: 1912, 1917, 1921
122 11 Southern Conference for Education and Industry. Correspondence and Other Papers: 1915
122 12 Third Race Betterment Conference. Correspondence and Other Papers: 1927-1928
122 13 World Engineering Congress. American Committee. Correspondence: 1927-1928
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