Papers of Arthur Lee Loeb contain correspondence, publications, presentations, textbooks related primarily to chemistry, faculty
papers, material related to M.C. Escher, juvenalia, photographs, etc.
Arthur Lee Loeb was a scientist and crystallographer who was born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands on July 13, 1923 and died
in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2002.
50.5 Linear feet
(94 manuscript boxes, 5 half-boxes, 3 cartons, 2 card boxes, 4 oversize flat boxes)
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