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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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Notice of the September 29, 1970 meeting of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to be held at the Masonite Corporation in Towanda, Pennsylvania, September 1970.Document031117
Letter from James B. Kessing, Chairman of Section 0202 of the American Society for Quality Control, to Jean Treuttner, Secretary of the ASQC, informing her that Carl Patakey of the section has left the area and Nicholas Savino will act as treasurer, September 25, 1970.Letter031118
Letter from John J. O'Dell to LaVerne Pung of the Masonite Corporation in Towanda, Pennsylvania, thanking him for the September Plant tour, October 5, 1970.Letter031119
Announcement of October 22, 1970 meeting of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to be held at the Corning Country Club, undated.Document031120
Letter from James B. Kessing, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to Dr. John E. Condon, Director of the Office of Reliability & Quality Assurance, NASA Headquarter, thanking him for his presentation to the society on October 22, 1970, October 30, 1970.Letter031121
Draft of notes for Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, over signature of J.B. Kessing, Section Chairman, November 3, 1970.Document031122
Letter from J.B. Kessing, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to Alfred Bennett of the Ann Page Division of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. in Horsehead,s New York, thanking him for the November 17, 1970 "Ladies Night" program, November 24, 1970.Letter 031123
Minutes of November 2, 1970 ASQC Executive Committee Meeting over signature of A.J. Haley, Secretary of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, sent to M. Conjura, A. Haley, W. Kemp, J. Kessing, J. Lynch, J. O'Dell, and N. Savino, December 1, 1970.Memorandum031124
Announcement of December 3, 1970 meeting of Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, December 3, 1970. Document031125
Letter from A.J. Haley, Secretary of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to Andrew Stergion of Corning Glass Works questioning lack of participation of CGW employees in activities of the ASQC, January 7, 1971.Letter031126
Letter from James B. Kessing, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to Mr. P.R. Krause of the General Electric Company in Philadelphia withdrawing the nomination of H.Donnell Hulme from consideration for status of "Fellow", January 13, 1971.Letter031127
Announcement of January 19, 1971 meeting of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, called "Bendix Night", January 15, 1971.Document031128
Letter from John J. O'Dell, Vice Chairman and Program Chairman, Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to Todd Rachel of Bendix Electronic Fuel Injection Division, thanking him for speaking at the January meeting, January 21, 1971.Letter031129
"Weathervane" bulletin to section officers from the American Society for Quality Control, January 29, 1971.Document031130
Letter from G.C. Shay, Chairman of the Engineers Week Committee to James B. Kessing, requesting the support of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control for the February 1971 Engineers Week programs, undated.Letter031131
Letter from James B. Kessing, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control, to John Holland, regional director, inviting him to attend a section meeting,as well as responding to invitation to the March Management meeting, February 3, 1971. Letter031132
Letter from Martin A. Conjura of the Nomination Committee of the Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control, to James B. Kessing, Chairman of the Section, listing nominees for section officers, February 5, 1971.Letter031133
Letter from J.B. Kessing, Chairman of the Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control, to L.F. Jones of Westinghouse in Pittsburgh, thanking him for his presentation at the February meeting of the section, February 24, 1971.Letter031134
Meeting announcement for March 16, 1971 meeting of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, "Schweizer Aircraft Night", March 12, 1971.Document031135
Letter from G. Clinton Shay, General Chairman of Engineer's Week, to James R. Kessing, reviewing success of the February Engineer's Week, March 17, 1971.Letter031136
Letter from John J. O'Dell to Milton Courtright of Schweizer Aircraft Corporation, thanking him for his presentation to the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, March 22, 1971.Letter031137
Letter from John J. O'Dell, Program & Vice-Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to John Bostwick of Ingersoll Rand in Painted Post, New York, requesting information about his May 1971 presentation to the section, March 29, 1971.Letter031139
Letter from John J. O'Dell, Program & Vice-Chairman of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, to Andrew Stergion of Corning Glass Works, requesting a list of panel speakers at the April 1971 meeting, March 29, 1971.Letter031140
Letter from John J.O'Dell, Program & Vice-Chairman of the Corning-Elmira section of the American Society for Quality Control, to the manager of the Lodge on the Green Restaurant in Painted Post, New York, requesting a reservation for the April 20, 1971 meeting of the section as well as information about the menu, March 29, 1971.Letter031141
Letter from John J.O'Dell to Andrew Stergion of Corning Glass Works clarifying the topic of the April 20, 1971 meeting of the Corning-Elmira Section of the American Society for Quality Control, April 7, 1971. Letter031142
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