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Sewanee's Bordley Recognized For 50 Years in American Chemical Society

At the April 23, 2015 meeting in Sewanee of its Chattanooga Section, the American Chemical Society recognized John Bordley for his 50 years as a member. Bordley also presented a talk at the meeting, “Poisonous Gases of World War I – The Predominate Position of the German Chemical Industry between 1871 and 1914.” Bordley is F. B. Williams Professor of Chemistry Emeritus at the University of the South, and is the university carilloneur.

Photo: Chattanooga Section chair James Dillard (left) and John Bordley.