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Collection TitleCL 22 American Society for Quality Control RecordsCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByDebra Maloney
Date Completed:March 2009
Provenance:

The items in this collection were donated to the Booth Library by Flora Newton in 1992.

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Historical:

American Society for Quality Control - The American Society for Quality Control, Inc. was created in 1946 to engage in the management, engineering, and scientific aspects of quality and reliability.  Its national headquarters were located at 161 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  The Corning-Elmira Section was chartered in 1955 to serve the Twin Tiers area of southern New York and northern Pennsylvania.  Members worked as engineers, statisticians, and technicians in industries such as electronics, glass, equipment and aircraft manufacturing, food production and construction.

Scope:

 

Notes:Accession number 1992.0098
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Policies and Procedures of the American Society for Quality Control, subject of "Notification of Election of Officers, Confirmation of Committee Chairmen and Members, and Use of Titles, September 9, 1966.Document040116
Policies and Procedures of the American Society for Quality Control, subject of "Industrial Recruiting at ASQC Conferences", December 12, 1967.Document040117
Policies and Procedures of the American Society for Quality Control, subject of "Reimbursement for Travel Expenses of Members", December 1, 1965.Document040118
Policies and Procedures of the American Society for Quality Control, subject of "Policy for Solicitation of Funds", December 2, 1965.Document040119
Policies and Procedures of the American Society for Quality Control, subject of "Authorization of Committee Expenses", May 30, 1966.Document040120
Duties of Section officers and Committee Chairmen for the American Society for Quality Control, undated.Document040121
Duties of Section Officers and Committee Chairmen, Section II, including deadlines for specific activities,undated.Document040122
Duties of Section Officers and Committee Chairmen, Part III", July 10, 1967.Document040123
Memorandum from Robert W. Shearman, Administrative Secretary of the American Society for Quality Control to officers, directors, division chairmen, section chairmen, and committee chairmen, making corrections and additions to the amended constitution, October 18, 1967.Memorandum040124
Constitution and By-Laws for the American Society for Quality Control, May 3, 1965.Document040125
Model By-Laws for Sections provided by the Board of Directors of the American Society for Quality Control, approved May 25, 1960, with date stamp of June 7, 1967.Document040126
Handwritten address of "Mr. & Mrs. Tennis", 211 Stephen Drive, Utica, NY., 13502, on memo paper with heading of "Buy Starrett Precision Tools", undated.Document040127
Names of members of Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control, 1968-69Document040201
American Society for Quality Control "Guide for Section Planning", undatedDocument040202
American Society for Quality Control Newsletter, published by the St. Louis Section, April 1967Newsletter040203
Letter from Robert Myers, Basile Denissoff and Gene Tunney of Nominating committee of the Corning-Elmira Section of the the American Society for Quality Control to Edmund L. Dana, Chairman of the section, informing him the of the slate of officers designated by the committee for 1968-1969, March 1, 1968.Letter040204
Memo to Executive Committee Members from E.L. Dana, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control with attached worksheet to provide committee information as well as advising recipients of the executive committee meeting on Tuesday, April 23, 1968, April 11, 1968.Memorandum040205
Memo from John J. Sabatini of the Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control, to section officers and committeemen informing them of meeting to be held on June 4, 1968 for planning the 1968-69 programs, May 27, 1968.Memorandum040208
Memo from Edmund L. Dana, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control, to the 1967-68 Executive Committee, thanking them for their participation in the section's activities, May 30, 1968.Memorandum040209
"Quality Research Management Report", June-July 1968.Document040210
Information on nominations for the 1968 Edwards Medal, July 1968.Document040211
Minutes from July 15, 1968 meeting of the Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control Membership Committee, undated.Document040212
Letter from E.L. Dana, Engineer, Quality Control, to J.S. Russell of Gateway, thanking him for agreeing to speak at the January 20, 1969 joint meeting of the ASTME and ASQC, July 23, 1968.Letter040213
Letter from John J. Sabatini to Alan Haley of Laser Product in Norwalk, Connecticut, requesting his help in providing a speaker and demonstration of laster equipment for the Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control December 1968 meeting, August 30, 1968.Letter040214
Minutes of Executive meeting of September 5, 1968, at which the 1968-69 program was discussed, signed by J.B. Kessing, secretary of the section, September 5, 1968.Document040215
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