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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.

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Notes:Accession number 1992.0098
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Annual Report for the Corning-Elmira Section of the ASQC for Fiscal year ending June 30, 1968.Document040314
Letter from C. Hardies of Bendix Components to Gene Tunney of Ingersoll Rand in Painted Post, New York discussing expenses for two workshops held in October by the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control , November 5, 1968.Letter040315
Letter from Basile A. Denissoff, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control to John J. Sabatini discussing finances, September 24, 1966.Letter040316
Letter from Baile A. Denissoff, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira section of the the American Society for Quality Control, to Pierce's Restaurant making meeting arrangements, November 10, 1966.Letter040317
Letter from Lawrence Scimone, American Society for Quality Control Regional Director to Charles F. Comer of Corning Glass Works accepting invitation to March 14, 1967 meeting, February 15, 1967.Letter040318
Letter from Lawrence Scimone, American Society for Quality Control Regional Director to Section Chairmen requesting information about attendance at next ASQC conference, February 15, 1967.Letter040319
Letter from Baile A. Denissoff, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control to Lawrence Scimone, ASQC Regional Director, informing him that no one from the section will be able to attend the Chicago meeting, March 1, 1967.Letter040320
Letter from Edmund L. Dana, Education Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to Dr. Max Astrachan of Los Angeles, California, responding to his inquity about a course offered called "Computers and Systems Orientation", April 3, 1967.Letter040321
Letter from Daniel Pearl, Membership Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control to fellow members encouraging more participation, April 13, 1967.Letter040322
Letter from Max Astrachan, Director of the Education and Training Institute of the American Society for Quality Control, to Basile Denissoff discussing certification program, April 25, 1967.Letter040323
Letter from Richard P. Thayer, Publicity Chairman for the 19th Annual Rutgers All-Day Conference, to Leonard McLean of Moore Business Forms in Elmira, notifying him of upcoming conference, May 2, 1967.Letter040324
Letter from Daniel H. Pearl, Membership Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to Bernard J. Wulff, of the architectural/planning firm of Rogers, Taliaferro, Kostristsky, and Lamb of Baltimore, Maryland, providing information about the section, May 3, 1967.Letter040325
Letter from Walter S. Eberhard of Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. to Robert Myers of Corning Glass Works suggesting improvements in the activities of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, May 8, 1967.Letter040326
Notice of May 9, 1967 meeting of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, for circulation within Corning Glass Works, undated.Document040327
Letter from Robert L. Myers to Walter S. Eberhard acknowledging letter of May 8, 1967, May 12, 1967.Letter040328
Letter from H.E. Simpson, President Elect of the Steuben Chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers, to Jack Bostwick of Ingersoll-Rand inviting members of the ASQC to attend joint meeting of December 8, 1967, to be held at Pierce's Restaurant, June 19, 1967.Letter040329
Internal Memo from Ned Dana to Sigurd O. Swanson thanking him for agreeing to become Education Chairman for the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, July 21, 1967.Memorandum040330
Internal memorandum from E.L. Dana to Paul Tennies discussing the Saddoris Award, July 26, no year.Memorandum040331
Letter fom Edmund L. Dana, Chairman, to John J. Sabatini, Walter S. Eberhard, Joseph M. Sheehe, Walter Holms, Milton Courtright, and Charles Westphal, thanking them for agreeing to give brief talks at the monthly meetings of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, September 19, 1967.Letter040332
Form for submission of section news items to the March issue of IQC, prepared by John R. Coulter, undated.Document040333
Memo to Dan Pearl and Baile Denissoff from E.L. Dana on subject of ASQC Advancement, October 12, 1967.Memorandum040334
Letter from J.D. Ekings, Region 2 Counselor, Electronics Division, ASQC, to Ned Dana of Westinghouse discussing methods to increase membership, October 31, 1967.Letter040335
Memo from Ned Dana to Thomas Hohn of Corning Glass Works thanking him for ideas, October 9, 1967.Memorandum040336
Memo from William I. Martin, Executive Secretary of the American Society for Quality Control, to all section chairmen, discussing nominations for Regional Directors, and other correspondence, November 1, 1967.Memorandum040337
Letter from Edmund L. Dana, Jr. to W.S. Eberhard thanking him for his presentation at the October meeting of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, November 9, 1967.Letter040338
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