Chemistry Department faculty group includes Row1 (L to R): Drs. Merle D. pattengill, James E. O'Reilly, Paul G. Sears, Carol P. Brock, Audrey Companion, Paul Corio, James Kincaid, Laren Tolbert; Row2 (L to R): Steven W. Yates, Walter T. Smith, Allan Butterfield, William Ehmann, Joe Wilson, Rodney Black; Row3 (L to R): Kurt Niedenzu, Robert Kiser, Douglas G. Naae, Donald Sands, John M. Patterson, Phillip Fanwick; Row4 (L to R): Ellis V. Brown, William K. Plucknett, William F. Wagner (Chairman), Stanford L. Smith, Frank Wiseman
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