The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 53, July 1949 - April, 1950 Page: 442
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442 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Mallet was beyond a doubt one of the great scientists and
educators of America throughout his lifetime. The University
of Texas owes much to him for the year he was chairman of the
faculty. When he was succeeded by Broun,"5 despite the feelings
of a few people like Regent Clark, the University had been placed
on the road to success.
51Minutes of the Faculty of The University of Texas, May 9, 1884, in office of
the secretary of the board of regents, The University of Texas. Mallet's memory
is still green to Dr. E. P. Schoch of the chemical engineering department. Dr.
Schoch knew Mallet rather well, having met him at meetings of the American
Chemical Society in Mallet's later life. Mallet was a friend of the late Henry W.
Harper, former dean of the graduate school, University of Texas. The library of
the chemistry department still bears the name "Mallet Library." See The Daily
Texan, September 17, 1931, for a story on the naming of the library.
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