John Glover Award

John Glover Award Medal, 1959

Gold medal featuring inscriptions and laurels, produced for the John Glover Award by the Royal Mint, 1959. This gold plated replica medal was presented to the college, along with an original solid gold medal and 17 other gold plated replica medals, by John Yeagley. The replicas were meant to be presented to future Glover Lecturers. The Glover Memorial Lectures are usually presented in alternate years. This lectureship in science was established in 1958 in memory of John Glover of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, the inventor of the Glover Tower, and in memory of his son and grandson, Henry and Lester Glover, by the late Dr. John D. Yeagley and Mrs. Yeagley of York, Pennsylvania.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00068

Location: Shelf 3 (housed with AC 00058-00088, AC 00507)

Subject: Honors and Awards, John Glover Award

Format: Currency/Medallions

John Glover Award Medal, 1962

Gold medal featuring inscriptions and laurels, produced for the John Glover Award by the Royal Mint, 1959. This medal presented to Edward Uhler Condon in 1962. It was returned to the college by the American Philosophical Society in 1974 after Edward Condon's death. The Glover Memorial Lectures are usually presented in alternate years. This lectureship in science was established in 1958 in memory of John Glover of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, the inventor of the Glover Tower, and in memory of his son and grandson, Henry and Lester Glover, by the late Dr. John D. Yeagley and Mrs. Yeagley of York, Pennsylvania.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00069

Location: Shelf 3 (housed with 00058-00088, 00507)

Subject: Honors and Awards, John Glover Award

Format: Currency/Medallions

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