William Mansfield Clark Papers

Mss.B.C547

Date: 1903-1964 | Size: 7.75 Linear feet

Abstract

A long-time member of the faculty at Johns Hopkins, the biochemist William Mansfield Clark made significant contributions to the understanding of oxidation-reduction potentials of organic systems. This collection of Clark's professional papers includes drafts of manuscripts and correspondence, especially with James B. Conant and Barnett Cohen, relating to Clark's life and research. Of particular note are Clark's Cutter lectures at Harvard in 1930 and his correspondence with Eric G. Ball, when Ball worked in Otto Warburg's lab in Berlin in 1937-1938. Clark's participation in professional organizations is reflected in correspondence with the Society of American Bacteriologists and with the Journal of Biological Chemistry, as well as with colleagues Stanley Benedict and Rudolph Anderson. There is some material relating to Clark's lectures and papers, and there are four student notebooks (physical chemistry, optics, thermodynamics/physics), and twenty-three miscellaneous scientific notebooks, 1941-1953.

Background note

A pioneer in the field of biochemistry, William Mansfield Clark (1884-1964) was born on August 17, 1884, the only son of Caroline Scoville Hopson (1840-1928) and James Starr Clark (1822-1914), an Episcopal minister from Tivoli Township, New York. The Clarks endowed William and his sisters Margaret, also known as "Daisy" (who later married the biologist Francis B. Sumner), and Anna with an exceptional education. William Clark was first educated first at the Trinity School, which his father had founded and administered, and after receiving a scholarship, he graduated from the Hotchkiss School in 1903. At Williams College, he studied under Leverett Mears, and received a B.A. and M.A. in 1907 and 1908 respectively, before moving to Johns Hopkins as a student of Harmon Morse. Clark received his PhD in 1910 for a dissertation entitled, "A Contribution to the Investigation of the Temperature Coefficient of Osmotic Pressure: A Redetermination of the Osmotic Pressures of Cane Sugar Solutions at 20°." While at Hopkins, Clark spent his summers at the recently established chemistry laboratory at Wood's Hole, Mass., where he served as the assistant to Carl Alsberg and later, Donald D. Van Slyke.

Clark's first professional position came as a research chemist with the Dairy Division of the Bureau of Animal Industry, United States Department of Agriculture, working under the direction of Lore A. Rogers. Before he resigned in June 1920, Clark worked on a variety of problems in dairy bacteriology, and, with his colleague Herbert A. Lubs, started studies in hydrogen-ion concentration. It was through these studies that Clark and Lubs developed and defined the concept of pH, resulting in Clark's seminal book, The Determination of Hydrogen Ions (1920, 1923, 1928). H. B. Vickery writes of the book, "[it] brought about what amounted to a revolution in bacteriological laboratories and exerted a profound influence upon all aspects of biochemistry where the measurement and control of acidity are matters of importance."1

Remaining in the government service, Clark took a position at the Hygiene Laboratory of the U.S. Public Health Service in July, 1920, where he remained until 1927. As had been the case at the Dairy Division, Clark was given wide latitude in pursuing his research interests, which, as Clark himself wrote, increasingly focused "in measurements of oxidation-reduction potentials and their systematic formulation."2 Clark and others undertook the reporting of their findings in a series of papers entitled, "Studies on Oxidation-Reduction," many of which were co-authored with his long-time friend and colleague Barnett Cohen. The first of these articles was published in 1923, the last, number 24, in 1956.

Clark continued his research into oxidation-reduction potentials when he accepted an appointment as DeLamar Professor of Physiological Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. During his 25 years at Hopkins, from 1927 to 1952, Clark expanded his research program into ligand and metalloporphyrin systems, and he developed the concept of a "chemical continuum." In addition to laboratory research, he carried a full load of teaching and administrative responsibilities.

By all accounts, Clark was much respected as both a teacher and administrator. His desire to provide his medical students with a proper background in chemistry led him to write the enormously successful textbook, Topics in Physical Chemistry (1948, 1952). Clark clearly valued his teaching duties, writing, "[t]houghtful easement of the acquirement of knowledge is an essential part of the economics and of the aesthetics of education. It should not be regarded as less than among the tougher of intellectual jobs."3 In addition to teaching, writing, and conducting research, Clark served on the editorial board of the Journal of Biological Chemistry from 1933 until 1952.

During World War II, Clark served as chair of the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, National Research Council; was a consultant to both the Committee on Medical Research of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, and the National Defense Research Committee; was chair, and later a member, of the Committee on Biological Warfare, National Academy of Sciences; a member of the Committee on Quartermaster Problems, National Academy of Sciences; and a member of the National Academy of Sciences Council. Among the more important developments emerging from Clarks's frenzied wartime activity was the testing and development of antimalarial agents for the U.S. military. As a member of the Board for the Coordination of Malaria Studies, Clark was heavily involved in testing the most successful agent of the time, quinacrine, and in searching for new antimalarial compounds.

In 1952, Clark retired from Hopkins and was appointed DeLamar Emeritus Professor and Research Professor of Chemistry. Succeeded as the DeLamar Professor by Albert Lehninger, Clark moved from his laboratory at the medical school to one on the university's Homewood campus, where he continued his research, while maintaining a regular schedule of publication and teaching. His last book, Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems, appeared in 1960. Clark was working on a revision at this book, an exhaustive survey of research in the field, at the time of his death in Baltimore on January 19, 1964. He was survived by two daughters, Harriet Allen (Mrs. Everett B. Gladding) and Miriam Clark, from his marriage, on 14 September 1910, to Rose Willard Goddard (d. 1958).

Clark received a number of honors and awards during his career, including election to the National Academy of Sciences (1928) and the American Philosophical Society (1939); election as President of the Society of American Bacteriologists and of the American Society of Biological Chemists (1933 and 1934); and selection for the Cutter Lectures on Preventive Medicine (1930), as Harvey Lecturer (Fall 1933); and as Remsen Memorial Lecturer (1952). He received honorary degrees from Williams College (1935) and the University of Pennsylvania (1940), and was awarded the William H. Nichols Medal of the New York Section, American Chemical Society (1936), the Borden Award (1944); the President's Certificate of Merit (1948); the Passano Award (1957); and the Award of Merit of the Maryland Section, American Chemical Society (1963).

Scope and content

The William Mansfield Clark Papers (1903-1964) contain correspondence; subject files; research notes by Clark; calendars, engagement books, and appointment notes; manuscripts of published and unpublished works by Clark; manuscripts and research notes by colleagues; and photographs documenting Clark's career as a biochemist.

The papers (17 boxes; 7.5 linear feet) are divided into six series:

Series ICorrespondence: 1903-1964(7 boxes; 3.50 linear feet)
Series IISubject Files: 1903-1963(2 boxes; 1.00 linear feet)
Series IIIResearch Notes, Notebooks, and Calendars: 1907-1962(3 boxes; 1.25 linear feet)
Series IVWorks by Clark: 1917-1963(3 boxes; 1.25 linear feet)
Series VWorks by Others: 1921-[1952](1 box; 0.25 linear feet)
Series VIPhotographs: 1929-1945(1 box; 0.25 linear feet)

Cross referencing to oversized material appears in the container lists of this finding aid. Photographs and negatives have been removed from Series I-V and placed in Series VI. Cross references for photographs appear in the original series.

Collection Information

Provenance

The Clark Papers were donated by Miriam G. Clark in 1977 (Acc. no. 1977-1203ms) after initial contact with the Survey of Sources for the History of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, a joint committee of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society. An addition to the collection was donated in 1980 by Miriam G. Clark and her sister, Harriet Clark Gladding, and presented by John T. Edsall on 29 June 1982 (Acc. no. 1982-861ms). Edsall wrote brief reports surveying the material in each donation. The papers donated in 1977 were originally processed by the Library prior to the receipt of the 1980 donation. The second donation, which contained material similar in form and content to the first donation, remained unprocessed until 1996, when both donations were integrated and processed according to current Library practice.

Preferred citation

Cite as: William Mansfield Clark Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Catalogued by Scott DeHaven and Tim Wilson, 1996.

Separated material

Most reprints have been transferred to the printed materials department of the library. If a reprint was found as an enclosure, a photocopy of the title page was filed in its place in the folder. In cases where a reprint existed in multiple copies, or was significantly annotated, it was left in the collection. To retrieve reprints removed from the collection, consult the card catalog for printed materials

General note

Missing Title
  1. H. B. Vickery, "William Mansfield Clark," National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs 39:1-36 (includes bibliography). Another biographical treatment is found in the APS Yearbook 1965:116-120.
  2. William M. Clark, "Notes on a Half-Century of Research, Teaching and Administration," Annual Review of Biochemistry 31 (1962).
  3. Clark, "Notes on a Half-Century of Research, Teaching and Administration," 11.

General note

Missing Title
AAASAmerican Association for the Advancement of Science
ACSAmerican Chemical Society
JHUJohns Hopkins University
NASNational Academy of Sciences
NRCNational Research Council
USUnited States

Physiology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics Note

Additional Biographical Notes:

Eric G. Ball received his doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania in 1930. From 1933 until 1940 he was a research associate in Clark's biochemistry laboratory at The Johns Hopkins Medical School, where he concentrated on studies of biological oxidations and enzymatic reactions under hormonal influence. These areas remained dominant in his research program at Harvard Medical School (from 1941), where he was professor of biological chemistry and chairman of the Division of Medical Sciences (1952-1962).

AuthorFormatDateLanguage
Abel, John Jacob, 1857-1938 (Indicative of the early evolution of American biochemistry, as a field evolving from a clinical-service role to a field increasingly allied with the physical sciences. Located within the Johns Hopkins University Medical School correspondence.) Correspondence (2 items)1927English
Adams, Roger, 1889-1971 (Poem entitled "An Ode to the CMR" [Committee on Medical Research].) Manuscripts (1 item)1945English
American Society of Biological Chemists (Documents important institutional aspects of the rise of American biochemistry.) Correspondence (24 items)1931-1957English
Anderson, Rudolph John, 1879-1961 (Matters related to Clark's editorship of the Journal of Biological Chemistry. Located within the Journal of Biological Chemistry and ACS New York Section, William H. Nichols Medal correspondence.) Correspondence (35 items)1936-1957English
Ball, Eric Glendinning, 1904-1979 (Illuminates interesting aspects of Ball's scientific career, the intellectual content and institutional settings. The most valuable part of the correspondence are the letters written from Europe when Ball was on sabbatical leave in 1937-1938. Most of the letters are about Otto Warburg's laboratory at the Kaiser-Wilhelm Institute in Berlin, where Ball was working on determinations of oxidation-reduction potentials in the cytochrome system. These letters offer a wealth of information on the physical aspects of the laboratory, social interactions, and Warburg's personality. There are also descriptions of Ball's stay at the Harnack-Haus and his reaction to the political scene in Germany. Also reveal episodes and attitudes (including anti-Semitism) related to the intellectual migration.) Correspondence (26 items)1937-1963English
Bowman, Isaiah, 1878-1950 (Shows Clark to have been an active member of the scientific establishment that emerged after World War I and shaped American science well into the 1950s. Located within the the following folders: ACS New York Section, William H. Nichols Medal; Johns Hopkins University; Bowman, Isaiah, Series II.) Correspondence (14 items)1936-1949English
Bronk, Detlev W. (Detlev Wulf), 1897-1975 (Shows Clark to have been an active member of the scientific establishment that emerged after World War I and shaped American science well into the 1950s.) Correspondence (5 items)1948-1952, n.d.English
Bush, Vannevar, 1890-1974 (Shows Clark to have been an active member of the scientific establishment that emerged after World War I and shaped American science well into the 1950s. Located within the following folders: NRC Antimalarial Drug Program; National Resources Planning Board; Office of Scientific Research and Development.) Correspondence (27 items)1941-1945English
Cannan, R. Keith (Reflections on Clark's program and his place within biochemistry.) Correspondence (20 items)1924-1931, 1955, n.d.English
Cannon, Walter B. (Walter Bradford), 1871-1945 (Administrative communications. Located within the National Academy of Sciences Correspondence.) Correspondence (3 items)1928, 1937English
Conant, James Bryant, 1893-1978 (Technical correspondence. Shows Clark to have been an active member of the scientific establishment that emerged after World War I and shaped American science well into the 1950s.) Correspondence (10 items)1923-1941English
Du Vigneaud, Vincent, 1901-1978Correspondence (2 items)1958English
Herriott, Roger M. (Roger Moss), 1908-1992Correspondence (4 items)1948-1952English
Johns Hopkins University (Documents important institutional aspects of the rise of American biochemistry.) Correspondence (4 folders)1909-1963English
Loeb, Jacques, 1859-1924 (Scientific and administrative correspondence. Illustrates Loeb's influence among biochemists and chemists.) Correspondence (3 items)1920-1922English
Michaelis, Leonor, 1875-1949 (Professional exchanges.) Correspondence (8 items)1920-1924, 1943-1950German
Needham, Joseph, 1900-1995Correspondence (4 items)1925-1926English
Noyes, W. Albert (William Albert), 1898-1980Correspondence (2 items)1953English
Park, Edwards A. (Edwards Albert), 1877-1969 (Reveals episodes and attitudes (including anti-Semitism) related to the intellectual migration. Includes material related to a dinner in honor of Park. Located in the following folders: Johns Hopkins University Medical School; Park, Edwards, Series II; Park, Edwards, Series VI.) Correspondence (6 items)1936-1938English
Richards, Alfred N. (Alfred Newton), 1876-1966 (Administrative correspondence. Shows Clark to have been an active member of the scientific establishment that emerged after World War I and shaped American science well into the 1950s.) Correspondence (1 item)1950English
Society of American Bacteriologists (Documents important institutional aspects of the rise of American biochemistry.) Correspondence (6 folders)1925-1959English
Sorensen, S. P. L. (Soren Peter Lauritz), 1868-1939Correspondence (2 items)1924, 1928English
Stanley, Wendell M. (Wendell Meredith), 1904-1971 (Located within the University of California (Berkeley), Virus Laboratory correspondence.) Correspondence (2 items)1952English
Theorell, HugoCorrespondence (6 items)1952-1954, n.d.English
Unidentified (Letter concerns Clark's appointment. Indicative of the early evolution of American biochemistry, as a field evolving from a clinical-service role to a field increasingly allied with the physical sciences.) Correspondence (1 letter)1927English
United States. Dept. of Agriculture (Information on the practice of biochemistry and microbiology within federal bureaus.) Correspondence (27 items)1910-1944, n.d.English
United States. Public Health Service (Information on the practice of biochemistry and microbiology within federal bureaus.) Correspondence (14 items)1920-1926, 1947English
University of Pennsylvania (Correspondence with William Pepper and Alfred N. Richards, indicative of the early evolution of American biochemistry, as a field evolving from a clinical-service role to a field increasingly allied with the physical sciences.) Correspondence (3 items)1921English
Van Slyke, Donald D. (Donald Dexter), 1883-1971 (Scientific and administrative correspondence. Reflects the common ground (intellectual and institutional) between Clark's research on physiological equilibria and the studies of Van Slyke, and their long-term professional association.) Correspondence (3 folders)1923-1955English
Vickery, Hubert Bradford, 1893-1978 (Scientific and administrative communications.) Correspondence (2 folders)1949-1952English
Warburg, Otto Heinrich, 1883-1970 (Reveals episodes and attitudes (including anti-Semitism) related to the intellectual migration.) Correspondence (6 items)1937, 1948German
Wieland, H. (Heinrich), b. 1877Correspondence (1 item)1926German

AuthorFormatDateLanguage
Cohen, Barnett, 1891-1952. "Data on Dyes" (Extensive data on dyes. Notes and calculations made by Clark and Cohen.) Research Notes (6 folders)1927-1951English

Indexing Terms


Personal Name(s)

  • Clark, Miriam G.
  • Clark, W. Mansfield (William M
  • Gladding, Harriet Clark

Subject(s)

  • Antimalarials -- Research -- United States
  • Bacteriologists
  • Bacteriology -- Societies, etc.
  • Bacteriology.
  • Biochemistry.
  • Biochemists -- France
  • Biochemists -- Germany
  • Biochemists -- Great Britain
  • Biochemists -- United States
  • Chemistry -- Societies, etc.
  • Hydrogen-ion concentration
  • Journal of Bacteriology
  • Journal of Biological Chemistry
  • Malaria -- Chemotherapy
  • Medicine -- Research -- United States
  • Medicine -- Study and teaching
  • Oxidation, Physiological
  • Quinacrine

Collection overview

1903-19643.5 lin. feet

Incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, and carbons generated during Clark's career. There are also a small number of memoranda, telegrams, postcards, and one piece of V-mail. Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then, unless otherwise noted in the container listing, chronologically within each folder.

When a correspondence file includes letters to a third party (i.e., not Clark), or features significant references to other individuals, the name of the person is indicated on the container list by the use of an indent under the folder title.

An effort was made to file the correspondence generated as a result Clark's activities in of institutional business and administration under the name of the organization. Notes were made of the individuals generating the letters, and they are also indicated by indenting the individual's name beneath that of the organization (i.e., the folder heading).

Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically. Enclosed manuscripts have generally been removed from this series and placed in Series III or IV as appropriate. As with reprints, a photocopy of the title page was filed with the original letter. Letters of reference are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter. Extensive cross references have been made between material in Series I to related items in other folders in the series, and to related items in Series II-VI.

The bulk of this series covers the 1920s through 1963. Correspondents include bacteriologists, biochemists, chemists, medical doctors, students, and publishers; as well as family and friends. Among the topics covered in this series are: research on acid-base indicators and pH; oxidation-reduction, chiefly in biological systems; the U.S. Government's programs devoted to antimalarial drug research during World War II; lectures, symposia and conferences; the editing and publishing of journal articles and books; and participation in professional and learned societies. In particular, there is correspondence documenting Clark's work at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Public Health Service, the Johns Hopkins University, and the National Academy of Sciences / National Research Council. Also filed here are a number of interesting letters (1937-38) to Clark from Eric G. Ball while Ball was working in Otto Warburg's lab at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute. Clark's service to the American Society of Biological Chemists, the Society of American Bacteriologists, and the journals of each society is also illustrated.

Correspondents in Series I include:

Missing Title
  1. American Chemical Society (ACS)
  2. American Society of Biological Chemists
  3. Anderson, Rudolph J.
  4. Ball, Eric G.
  5. Benedict, Stanley R.
  6. Bronk, Detlev W.
  7. Bush, Vannevar
  8. Cannan, R. Keith
  9. Chesney, Alan
  10. Chinard, Francis P.
  11. Cohen, Barnett
  12. Conant, James B.
  13. Cowgill, Robert W.
  14. du Vigneaud, Vincent
  15. Fruton, Joseph S.
  16. Harbury, Henry
  17. Hastings, A. Baird
  18. The Hotchkiss School
  19. Jewett, Frank B.
  20. Johns Hopkins University
  21. Johns Hopkins University Medical School
  22. Journal of Biological Chemistry
  23. La Mer, Victor K.
  24. Lea & Febiger Publishers
  25. Lubs, Herbert A.
  26. Luck, J. Murray
  27. Michaelis, Leonor
  28. National Academy of Sciences
  29. National Academy of Sciences, Advisory
  30. Committee on Biological Warfare
  31. National Research Council
  32. Park, Edwards A.
  33. Richards, A. N.
  34. Rodkey, F. Lee
  35. Society of American Bacteriologists
  36. United States Department of Agriculture
  37. United States Public Health Service
  38. Van Slyke, Donald D.
  39. Vickery, Hubert B.
  40. Warburg, Otto
  41. Weed, Lewis H.
  42. Williams College
  43. Williams & Wilkins Company
  44. Winslow, C. -E. A.
  45. Woods, Alan C.
1903-19642 boxes, 1 lin. foot

Bibliographies and curricula vitae for a number of individuals; photocopies of clippings, especially regarding awards and honors; letters, grouped by publication title, from friends and colleagues regarding works recently published by Clark; announcements and programs for lectures, learned society meetings, testimonial dinners and luncheons; materials documenting commencement exercises at the Johns Hopkins University and Medical School; invitations; playbills and entertainment event programs; class exams and attendance lists; committee rosters, especially from Clark's work at the National Academy of Sciences / National Research Council during World War II; meeting memoranda and minutes; letters patent; a certificate of copyright; some reprints; letters to Clark, and other material, regarding a bacteria-based electricity source, or "Bug Battery"; golf score cards; and a receipt for tuition paid. Also included in this series are copies of Clark's bibliography covering publications until the 1950's. Biographical material regarding Clark, and information about Clark family history and genealogy is also filed here.

1907-19623 boxes, 1.25 lin. feet

Research notes, notebooks, and calculations made by Clark in the course of laboratory work, and the writing of manuscripts intended for publication. Also included are six folders of material containing "data on dyes." These folders include notes and calculations made by Clark and Barnett Cohen, and seem to date from 1927-1951. Correspondence found with this material, largely between Cohen and others, has been photocopied. The photocopies remain in Series III, while the originals were moved to Series I. Other material (ca. 1960's) concerns work on indophenols, and papers published by Clark's one-time student, and later professor of biochemistry at Yale University, Henry Harbury. Harbury's articles, co-authored with Paul A. Loach, detail aspects of heme peptides, and ligand systems. Also included is material regarding work by John Gryder. In addition, this series contains seven notebooks which relate to Clark's class work, and to his lab on Hopkins' Homewood campus. The class notebooks include notes on optics, physical chemistry, and physics and thermodynamics. Notebooks regarding the Homewood lab (ca. 1953) include the following: "Calibrations & Standards", "Miscellaneous Experiments, Oct. 1953", and "Preparations." Other items in this series include a book of personal accounts (1907-1911), and 16 engagement books (Nov. 1941-June 1947) which cover the period of Clark's involvement with U.S. Government programs during World War II.

1917-19633 boxes, 1.25 lin. feet

Typescripts and handwritten manuscripts, lectures, reviews of work published by others, and notes, both for lectures as well as for the revision of his Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems. Included are drafts of memorial articles for Barnett Cohen and Leonor Michaelis; Clark's Cutter Lectures delivered at Harvard University in 1930, his 1950 Remsen Memorial Lecture, and the talk he gave at the William H. Nichols Medal award banquet; a few manuscripts regarding the history of the antimalarial drug program; and a manuscript for an article in the Annual Review of Biochemistry entitled, "Notes on a Half-Century of Research, Teaching, and Administration." Also of interest is a manuscript and reprint of "A Critique of Certain Parts of the 1961 Report of the Commission on Enzymes," and an annotated reprint of Clark's address to the 28 December 1933 annual meeting of the Society of American Bacteriologists entitled, "Evolution Toward a Mature Scientific Literature."

1921-19521 box, 0.25 lin. feet

Handwritten manuscripts, typescripts, and one transcript, which chiefly comprise conference reports and papers describing research. A good portion of the material in this series resulted from the National Academy of Sciences / National Research Council antimalarial drug program. Papers covering other subjects were authored by Jonas S. Friedenwald, Karl Sollner, Joseph and Dorothy Moyle Needham, and R. E. Tarbett. The Friedenwald papers, three in number, concern the elementary theory of enzymatic activity and were co-authored with Gertrude Maengwyn-Davies. Also included is a 1952 manuscript by John Fuller Taylor entitled, "Wm. Mansfield Clark - An Appreciation." There is other biographical information about Clark to be found in notes by Donald D. Van Slyke and A. Baird Hastings. Two other items of note are humorous in nature. First, a handwritten manuscript by R. Keith Cannan entitled, "Studies on Ectoplasm...," and a printed sheet entitled, "The Turbo-Encabulator."

1929-19451 box, 0.25 lin. feet

Black and white photographic prints and negatives, and one 8mm color movie (1 reel; unidentified subject). The bulk of the prints show Clark's laboratory at the Johns Hopkins University Medical School, and include both staff members, and lab apparatus. There are also prints marked U.S.D.A. and labeled "Potassium Indigotine," a photo of a galvanometer, a photo of a portrait of Edwards A. Park, and miscellaneous images which include one of a large group of people (perhaps family members) gathered around a dinner table, and of the Czechoslovakia pavilion at a World's Fair. A large print (ca. 8" X 34"), now in several pieces, shows a group of people posed in front of a building, perhaps at the Johns Hopkins University Medical School or a U.S. Government facility. Clark and Barnett Cohen are close to the center of this print. The negatives, all of which are 4" X 5" show lecture or class notes on blackboards. The first group of 17 negatives was labeled "carbohydrates," and the second group of 9 negatives, "introduction and fats (I)." A photo (8" X 10") of a commemorative memento for the fiftieth anniversary of the American Physiological Society is also included.



Detailed Inventory

Series I. Correspondence
1903-19643.5 lin. feet

Incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, and carbons generated during Clark's career. There are also a small number of memoranda, telegrams, postcards, and one piece of V-mail. Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then, unless otherwise noted in the container listing, chronologically within each folder.

When a correspondence file includes letters to a third party (i.e., not Clark), or features significant references to other individuals, the name of the person is indicated on the container list by the use of an indent under the folder title.

An effort was made to file the correspondence generated as a result Clark's activities in of institutional business and administration under the name of the organization. Notes were made of the individuals generating the letters, and they are also indicated by indenting the individual's name beneath that of the organization (i.e., the folder heading).

Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically. Enclosed manuscripts have generally been removed from this series and placed in Series III or IV as appropriate. As with reprints, a photocopy of the title page was filed with the original letter. Letters of reference are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter. Extensive cross references have been made between material in Series I to related items in other folders in the series, and to related items in Series II-VI.

The bulk of this series covers the 1920s through 1963. Correspondents include bacteriologists, biochemists, chemists, medical doctors, students, and publishers; as well as family and friends. Among the topics covered in this series are: research on acid-base indicators and pH; oxidation-reduction, chiefly in biological systems; the U.S. Government's programs devoted to antimalarial drug research during World War II; lectures, symposia and conferences; the editing and publishing of journal articles and books; and participation in professional and learned societies. In particular, there is correspondence documenting Clark's work at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Public Health Service, the Johns Hopkins University, and the National Academy of Sciences / National Research Council. Also filed here are a number of interesting letters (1937-38) to Clark from Eric G. Ball while Ball was working in Otto Warburg's lab at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute. Clark's service to the American Society of Biological Chemists, the Society of American Bacteriologists, and the journals of each society is also illustrated.

Correspondents in Series I include:

Missing Title
  1. American Chemical Society (ACS)
  2. American Society of Biological Chemists
  3. Anderson, Rudolph J.
  4. Ball, Eric G.
  5. Benedict, Stanley R.
  6. Bronk, Detlev W.
  7. Bush, Vannevar
  8. Cannan, R. Keith
  9. Chesney, Alan
  10. Chinard, Francis P.
  11. Cohen, Barnett
  12. Conant, James B.
  13. Cowgill, Robert W.
  14. du Vigneaud, Vincent
  15. Fruton, Joseph S.
  16. Harbury, Henry
  17. Hastings, A. Baird
  18. The Hotchkiss School
  19. Jewett, Frank B.
  20. Johns Hopkins University
  21. Johns Hopkins University Medical School
  22. Journal of Biological Chemistry
  23. La Mer, Victor K.
  24. Lea & Febiger Publishers
  25. Lubs, Herbert A.
  26. Luck, J. Murray
  27. Michaelis, Leonor
  28. National Academy of Sciences
  29. National Academy of Sciences, Advisory
  30. Committee on Biological Warfare
  31. National Research Council
  32. Park, Edwards A.
  33. Richards, A. N.
  34. Rodkey, F. Lee
  35. Society of American Bacteriologists
  36. United States Department of Agriculture
  37. United States Public Health Service
  38. Van Slyke, Donald D.
  39. Vickery, Hubert B.
  40. Warburg, Otto
  41. Weed, Lewis H.
  42. Williams College
  43. Williams & Wilkins Company
  44. Winslow, C. -E. A.
  45. Woods, Alan C.

Abel, John J.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, JHU Medical School

Abel, Robert
1939 box 1
Abelson, Philip H.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Science

Abbott Laboratories
  box 1

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Academic Press, Inc.
1955-1958 box 1
Acree, S. F.
1939 box 1

Cohen, Barnett

Adams, Elijah
1961 box 1
Adams, Ralph N.
n.d. box 1

-see also Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Adams, Roger
1945 box 1
Adkins, Homer
  box 1

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense
  box 1

-see Ser. I, NRC

Alberty, Robert A.
1953 box 1
Albritton, Errett C.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, NRC

Allen, A. J.
1945 box 1
Alsberg, Carl L.Agriculture
  box 1

-see Ser. I, US Department of

Ambler, Joseph A.Agriculture
  box 1

-see Ser. I, US Department of

The American Academy of Microbiology
1957 box 1
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1959 box 1

-see also Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry -see also Ser. I, Science -see also Ser. II, AAAS

American Chemical Society (ACS)
1920-1954, n.d. box 1

Baldwin, Robert T. Johnston, John  La Mer, Victor K. Montgomery, Jack P. Murray, Thomas F., Jr. Noyes, William A. Parsons, Charles L. -see also Ser. II, ACS

ACS Chemical Abstracts Service
1963 box 1
ACS New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal
1935-19363 foldersbox 1

Anderson, Rudolph J. Bayne-Jones, S. Bowman, Isaiah du Vigneaud, Vincent Breed, Robert S. Chemical Society of Washington Drabkin, David L. Grady, James T. Hixson, A. W. La Mer, Victor K. Lubs, H. A. Morgan, D. P. Parsons, Charles L. Rogers, L. A. Rose, William C. Van Slyke, Donald D. -see also Ser. II, ACS New York Section. William H.Nichols Medal -see also Ser. IV, "A Little Perspective of Acid-Base and Oxidation-Reduction Equilibria" -see also Ser. V, [Hastings, A. Baird] "The Scientific Career and Achievements of William Mansfield Clark..." -see also Ser. V, [Van Slyke, Donald D.] "Notes on the Personal Career of William Mansfield Clark..."

American Cyanamid Company
  box 1

-see Ser. I, NRC

American Heart Association
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Chinard, Francis P.

American Insititute of Electrical Engineers
1955, 1961 box 1
American Men of Science
1948 box 1
American Physiological Society. Handbook of Physiology
1961 box 1

Brown, David H. Cori, Carl F. Cori, Gerty T.

American Public Health Association
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett -see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

American Society of Biological Chemists
1931-1957 box 1

du Vigneaud, Vincent Handler, Philip King, C. G. Luck, J. Murray Shaffer, Philip A. Wilson, D. Wright -see also Ser. I, NRC. Office of Critical Tables -see also Ser. II, American Society of Biological Chemists -see also Ser. IV, "Report of the Representative..."

American Zinc & Chemical Co.
1923 box 1
American Zinc, Lead and Smelting Co.
1923 box 1
Ames, Joseph [S.]
  box 1

-see Ser. I., JHU

Analytical Chemistry
1957 box 1

Hallett, L. T. Nightingale,

Anderson, Rudolph J.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry -see Ser. I, ACS New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal

Andrus, E. Cowles
n.d. box 1
Annual Review of Biochemistry
1960-1962 box 1

Luck, J. Murray -see also Ser. IV, "Notes on a Half-Century of Research, Teaching, and Administration"

Archibald, R. M.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, JHU

Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics
1957 box 1

Gold, Victor -see also Ser. IV, pH Measurements. Their Theory and Practice, by Victor Gold--Review

Argonne National Laboratory
1953-1954 box 1

Tahmisian, T. N.

Arons, Arnold B.
1955 box 1
Ashley-Ratcliff Corp.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Walter J. Johnson, Inc.

Austrian, Charles R.
[1948 or 1952] box 1
Bacteriological Reviews
1952, 1955 box 1

Gest, Howard Wilson, Perry W.

Baetjer, Howard, II
  box 1

-see Ser. I, The Williams & Wilkins Company

Baker, Ber[itia]
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Baker, Robert

Baker, Henry S.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, JHU Treasurer

Baker, Lillian
  box 1

-see Ser. I, La Mer, Victor K.

Baker, Robert
1952 box 1

Baker, Ber[itia] Huggins, Charles Landmann, Paul E.

Baldwin, I. L.
  box 1

-see Ser. II, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: An Appreciation"

Ball, Eric G.
1937-1963 box 1

Cannan, R. Keith Harbury, Henry Michaelis, Leonor -see also Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett -see also Ser. II, "Notes on a Half-Century..." -see also Ser. II, Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems -see also Ser. I, Quarterly Review of Biology -see also Ser. I, Rodkey, F. Lee

Ballentine, Robert
1961 box 1
Baltimore (Md.) Board of Estimates
1949 box 1
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Willard, Daniel

Bang, Frederick B.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital

Barbaudy, Jean
1927 box 1

In French

Bard, Phil[ip]
1950, 1953 box 1

-see also Ser. I, JHU Herter Lectureship Committee -see also Ser. I, NRC

Barnes, Frederick W., Jr.
1948, 1951 box 1

-see also Ser. I, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Barron, E. S. Guzman
1947, 1954 box 1
Bartlett, Paul D.
1953 box 1

-see also Ser. I, NRC

Bass, L. W.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, NRC

Bates, Roger G.
1950-1963, n.d. box 1

Filley, Giles F. -see also Ser. II, Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems -see also Ser. IV, Electrometric pH Determinations...

Battegay, Martin
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Baumberger, J. Percy
1948, 1953 box 1
Baxter, James P., 3rd.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Williams College

Bayliss, John R.
1922 box 1
Bayliss, W. M.
1920 box 1
Bayne-Jones, S.
1923-1929, n.d. box 1

-see also Ser. I, ACS New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal -see also Ser. II, "Notes on a Half-Century..." -see also Ser. I, The Society of American Bacteriologists -see also Ser. VI, Galvanometer

Beadle, George W.Medicine
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Nobel Committee.

Beetlestone, Mary
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Bryn Mawr College

Benedict, Stanley R.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry

B[enton], Anne
  box 1

-see Ser. II, "Evolution Toward a Mature Scientific Literature"

Benton, William
1950 box 1
Berry, George Packer
1952 box 1

Cohen, Barnett Rosenberg, Mollie Cohen Scherp, Henry W. -see also Ser. II, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: An Appreciation"

Berthelot, Albert
1926 box 1

Some in French

Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard, Inc.
1945 box 1
Bhatnagar, G. M.
1960 box 1
Biochemical Preparations
1946-1963 box 1

Carter, H. E. Vestling, Carl S.

Biochemist's Handbook
1957 box 1

Long, Cyril

Biodynamica Monographs
1953 box 1
Biological Abstracts
1936 box 1

Schramm, J. R.

Bishop, E.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Indicators

Blalock, Alfred
1948 box 1
Blanchard, Kenneth Clark
1948 box 1

US Civil Service Commission

Blum, [W?]
  box 1

-see Ser. I, US Department of Commerce

Board for the Coordination of Malaria Studies
  box 1

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Bogert, Marston T.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, NRC

Boland, V. J.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Lea & Febiger Publishers

Bonney, Lillian Powell
1940-1952, n.d. box 1
The Bonney Concert Bureau
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Bonney, Lillian Powell

Bowman, Isaiah
  box 1

-see Ser. I, ACS New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal -see Ser. I, JHU -see Ser. II, Bowman, Isaiah

Breed, Robert S.
1929 box 1

-see also Ser. I, ACS. New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal  -see also Ser. I, The Society of American Bacteriologists

Brickwedde, F. G.
1946 box 1

-see Ser. I, NRC

Brinkhous, K. M.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Irvin, J. Logan

British Standards Institution
1955 box 1
Brode,
1928 box 1
Broh-Kahn, R. H.
1948 box 1
Bronk, Detlev
1948-1952, n.d. box 1

-see also Ser. I, JHU  -see also Ser. I, JHU. Committee on the Chemistry Department -see also Ser. I, NAS -see also Ser. I, NRC  -see also Ser. I, NRC Office of Critical Tables -see also Ser. I, Warburg, Otto

Brook, M. M.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Brooks, Matilda M.
1953 box 1
Brown, Claude P.
  box 1

-see Ser. II, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: An Appreciation"

Brown, David H.
  box 1

-see Ser. I, American Physiological Society. Handbook of Physiology

Bryn Mawr College
1955 box 1

Beetlestone, Mary Glenn, Nataliex

Buchanan, R. E.
  box 2

-see Ser. II, "Evolution Toward a Mature Scientific Literature"

Bucher, Gorden E.
  box 2
Bucherer, H. T.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Buck, John B.
1949 box 2
Buckner, H. G.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, The Hotchkiss School

Buehler, Reginal.
1953 box 2

Shryock, Richard H.

Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital
1949 box 2
Burford, William B., III
1952-1953 box 2

-see Ser. I., JHU

Burgan, H. C.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett -see Ser. I, JHU Medical School

Burton, Kenneth
1953, 1958 box 2
Bush, Vannevar
  box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program -see Ser. I, National Resources Planning Board -see Ser. I, Office of Scientific Research and Development

Cambridge Instrument Company, Inc.
1954 box 2
Campbell, Edward D.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Lilly Research Laboratories

Campbell Soup Company
1953 box 2

-Kohman, E. F.

Cannan, R. Keith
1924-1931, 1955, n.d. box 2

-see also Ser. I, Ball, Eric G. -see also Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett -see also Ser. V, [Cannan, R. Keith.] "Studies on Ectoplasm..."

Cannon, Walter B.
1928, 1937 box 2

-see Ser. I, NAS

Caraway, Wendell T.
1950, 1956 box 2

Hearon, John Z. -see also Ser. II, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: An Appreciation" -see also Ser. V, Caraway, Wendell T. "The Use of a Mediator in Determining the Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Sulfhydryl Compounds"

Carden, George A., Jr.
1945-1946, n.y. Aug. 5 box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Carleton, P. W.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company

Carmichael, Leonard
  box 2

-see Ser. I, National Resources Planning Board

Carnes, William H.
  box 2

-see Ser. II, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: An Appreciation" -see Ser. I, Rosenberg, Lawson L.

Carter, Albert S.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company

Carter, H[erbert] E.
1952 box 2

-see also Ser. I, Biochemical Preparations -see also Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry -see also Ser. I, NRC Office of Critical Tables

Cassidy, Harold G.
1953 box 2
Centro di Studio per la Polarografia
1961 box 2
Chambers, Robert
  box 2

-see Ser. II, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: An Appreciation"

Chance, Britton
1952, 1960 box 2

Harbury, Henry

Chase, George L.
1948 box 2

Refers to WMC as "Uncle Bill"

Chemical Abstracts
1957, n.d. box 2
Chemical and Engineering News
1950, 1952 box 2
Chemical Reviews
1960 box 2
Chemical Society of Washington
  box 2

-see Ser. I, ACS New York Section. William H.Nichols Medal

Chen, K. K.
1945 box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Chen, Tung-Tou
1950 box 2

Student of WMC

Chesney, Alan M.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett -see Ser. I, JHU Medical School -see Ser. I, JHU Medical School, Committees -see Ser. II, "Notes on a Half-Century..."

Chinard, Francis P.
1953-1963, n.d. box 2

Student of WMC American Heart Association Guggenheim Memorial Foundation H., L. Haines, Samuel F. Loeb, Robert F. Mayo Clinic NRC Fellowship in Medical Sciences -see also Ser. I, Johns Hopkins Medical Society -see also Ser. I, JHU Medical School, Committees -see also Ser. II, "Notes on a Half-Century..." -see also Ser. II, Chinard, Francis P.

Clark, Anna Mansfield
[1938] box 2

WMC's sister Hall, Robert Foote -see also Ser. II, Clark, Anna Mansfield -see also Ser. II, Trinity Military Institute

Clark, Caroline S[coville Hopson]
1909, 1919-1921 box 2

WMC's mother

Clark, George L.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Clark, Harriet Allen
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Gladding, Harriet (Clark)

Clark, Margaret
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Sumner, Margaret (Clark)

Clark, Miriam G[oddard]
1964, n.d. box 2

"Mimi"  Encyclopedia of American Biography Hellerman, Leslie National Cyclopedia of American Biography Vickery, H. B.

Clark, Paul F.
1953 box 2

-see Ser. II, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: An Appreciation"

Clarke, Hans T.
1946, 1952 box 2

-see also Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry

Clarke, William L.-1935"
  box 2

-see Ser. II, "Biographical Memoir of Walter (Jennings) Jones, 1865

Cloos, Ernst
  box 2

-see Ser. I, JHU Committee on the Chemistry Department

Cohen, Aaron
  box 2

-see Ser. II, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: An Appreciation"

Cohen, Barnett
  box 2

American Public Health Association Ball, Eric G. Battegay, Martin Brook, M. M.  Bucherer, H. T. Burgan, Harry C. Cannan, R. Keith Chesney, Alan M. Clark, George L. Cole, Kenneth C. Cumming, Hugh S. Elvove, Elias Esgate, Edith Goldstein, Henri Greenstein, Jesse P. Holmes, W. C. [H]olthoff, N. W. Irwin, Marian Jacobs, M. H. [K]err, J. D. [Kirby, George H.], "Nick" Lansdale, Florence Major, Randolph T. Merck & Co., Inc. National Aniline & Chemical Co. NRC Parkinson, N. A. Phillips, Max Ponder, Eric Richardson, G. M. Smith, Lee Irvin US Department of Agriculture US Public Health Service  Van Slyke, Donald D. Weed, Lewis H. Wrede, Fritz -see also Ser. I, Acree, S. F. -see also Ser. I, Berry, George Packer -see also Ser. I, JHU -see also Ser. I, JHU Medical School, Herter Lectureship Committee -see also Ser. I, Nyburg, Sidney L. -see also Ser. II, Cohen, Barnett -see also Ser. III, Cohen, Barnett. "Data on Dyes" -see also Ser. IV, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: An Appreciation" -see also Ser. IV, "Barnett Cohen, 1891-1952: Remarks..." -see also Ser. VI, Cohen, Barnett

Folder 1
[1913]-30 box 2
Folder 2
1931-52 box 2
Cohn, [Edwin J.]
  box 2

-see Ser. I, The Passano Foundation, Inc. -see Ser. II, Passano Award

Cole, Kenneth C.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

The Coleman & Bell Company
1922 box 2
Colowick, [Sidney L.]
1954 box 2

-see also Ser. I, International Union of Biochemistry. Commission on Enzymes

Colston, J. A. Campbell
1940-1941, 1952 box 2

-see also Ser. I, Hamburger, Louis P.

Columbia University
1949, 1954 box 2

Kirk, Grayson Thomas, Martha Reynolds

Columbia University Press
1927 box 2
The Comet
1943 box 2
Comité Du Cinquantenaire De La Mort De Pasteur
  box 2

-see Ser. II, Cinquantenaire De La Mort De Pasteur

Community Service, Inc. (Lakeville, Conn.)
1952 box 2
Conant, James B.
1923, 1926, 1930, 1941 box 2

-see also Ser. I, National Defense Research Committee

[Connet, H.]
1920 box 2
Cooper, W. Clark
  box 2

-see Ser. I, US Public Health Service

Cope, Freeman W.
1954 box 2
Copenhagen, W. J.
1921 box 2
Cori, Carl F.
1948, 1961 box 2

-see Ser. I, American Physiological Society. Handbook of Physiology  -see Ser. I, Cori, Gerty T.

Cori, Gerty T.
1948 box 2

-see also Ser. I, American Physiological Society. Handbook of Physiology

Corless, Grace Grimmel
1952-1953, n.d. box 2

-see also Ser. I, JHU Treasurer

Cornell University Medical College
1937 box 2

re: postition offered WMC Ladd, William S. Neill, James Stockard, C. R.

Corner, George Washington
1952, n.d. box 2
Corning Glass Works
1951, 1954-1955 box 2

Curtiss, William Hanford

Cosmos Club
1937, n.d. box 2
Cotzias, George C.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Metal Coordination in the Medical Sciences

Cowgill, Robert W.
1951-1962 box 2

-see also Ser. II, Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems -see also Ser. II, Cowgill, Robert -see also Ser. V, Cowgill, Robert W. "An Introductory Survey of the Influence of pH on the Lysis of Red Cells by Pneumococcal Hemolysin" -- Manuscript

Cox, Henry L.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Steglitz, Julius

Cox, R. T.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, JHU

Coy, Edward G.
1903 box 2
Cromwell, Norman H.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Crosby, Edwin L.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, JHU Medical School, Herter Lectureship Committee

Cullen, Glenn E.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry

Cullen, Thomas S.
1938 box 2
Cumming, Hugh S.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Curtiss, William Hanford
1951, 1954-1955 box 2

-see Ser. I, Corning Glass Works

Cushing, (Adm.) [H.]
  box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC

Cuthbert, (Rev.) John S.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Sumner, Margaret Clark

Czerlinski, Georg
1958-1959 box 2
Dahlberg, A. O.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Golden State Sales Corp.

Dandy, Walter E., Jr.
n.d. box 2
Daniels, F. E.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Pennsylvania. Department of Health

Daveron, Solon Alexander
1931 box 2

-see also Ser. VI, Daveron, Solon Alexander

Davis, Clark E.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, National Biscuit Company

Dawes, E. A.
1955 box 2
Deane, Norman
1956 box 2
De Camp, John A.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Williamstown Massachusetts Public Schools

Decker, P. W.
1950 box 2
De Haiek, Maria Esther Slafer
1954 box 2
de Kruif, Paul
  box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Dent, J. N.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, University of Virginia. Medical School

Dernby, K. G.
1919-1923 box 2
Dieke, G. H.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, JHU Medical School, Herter Lectureship Committee

Dierson, Frank T.
1944 box 2
Dieuaide, (Lt. Col.) Francis R.
1945 box 2

-see also Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Dimler, Fred J.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Walter J. Johnson, Inc.

Doan, (Col.) H. W.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, US War Department

Dochez, A. R.
1944 box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Doisy, E. A.
1952 box 2

-see also Ser. I, Warburg, Otto

Donnan, F. G.
1923 box 2
Doriot, (Gen.) Georges F.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC

Drabkin, David L.
1948 box 2

-see also Ser. I, ACS New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal -see also Ser. VI, [JHU Medical School], Laboratory Interiors

Dubos, René J.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, The Society of American Bacteriologists

Dunning, H. A. Brown
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Hynson, Westcott & Dunning

Dunning, J. H. Fitzgerald
  box 2

-see Ser. I, JHU Alumni Association

E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company
1932, 1952-1953 box 2

Carleton, P. W. Carter, Albert S. Tinker, J. M. -see also Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

E. P. Dutton and Company
1961 box 2
du Vigneaud, Vincent
1958 box 2

-see also Ser. I, ACS New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal -see also Ser. I, American Society of Biological Chemists -see also Ser. II, "Notes on a Half-Century..."

Dwek, Joseph
  box 2

-see Ser. I, JHU Medical School

Earle, C. A.
  box 2

-see Ser. II, "Evolution Toward a Mature Scientific Literature"

Edsall, John T.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry -see Ser. I, NRC Office of Critical Tables -see Ser. I, Science

Ehrensvärd, Gösta
  box 2

-see Ser. I, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Eisenhart, L. P.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC

Eisenhower, [Milton S.]
  box 2

-see Ser. I, JHU

Elderfield, Robert C.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, NRC Office of Critical Tables

Elema, B.
1958-1959 box 2
Elkridge Club (Baltimore, Md.)
1955-56 box 2
Elvehjem, Conrad A.
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry

Elvove, Elias
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Emmet,
  box 2

-see Ser. II, "Evolution Toward a Mature Scientific Literature"

Encyclopaedia Britannica
1951-1952 box 2
Encyclopedia of American Biography
  box 2

-see Ser. I, Clark, Miriam G[oddard]

Enders, Howard E.
  box 2

-see Ser. II, "Biographical Memoir of Walter (Jennings) Jones, 1865-1935"

Eppley, Marion
1921 box 3
Ernst, Morris L.
1961 box 3
Esgate, Edith
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Estill, Joe Garner
1940 box 3
Evans,
1954 box 3
Fales, Harold A.
1920 box 3
Falk, I. S.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Jordan, Edwin O.

Falk, J. E.
1953 box 3
Fattovich, Giovanni
1948 box 3
The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
1933 box 3

Miller, C. Phillip -see also Ser. IV, "Discussion of [Philip A.] Shaffer's Paper"

Fellers, C. R.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, US Department of Agriculture

Fenn, Wallace O.
1928 box 3
Fenwick, Florence
1927 box 3
Ferreira, Ricardo
1963 box 3
Ferry, Frederick C.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Williams College

Filley, Giles F.
1953, 1963 box 3

-see also Ser. I, Bates, Roger G.

Fippin, E. O.
  box 3

-see National Lime Association

Fi[scher, N.?]
1929 box 3

in German

Fisher, Harry L.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry (12th)

Flynn,
[ca. 1953] box 3
Folkers, Karl
1959 box 3
Foote Mineral Company, Inc.
1923 box 3

Meyer, H. C.

Forrestal, James
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NAS

Foster, E. M.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, The Society of American Bacteriologists

Fountain, H. Howard
1925 box 3
Fowle,
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Meyer, Adolf

Fowler, George A.
1952 box 3
Fowler, Robert D.
  box 3

-see Ser. I. Chemical and Engineering News

Fraser, Charles G.
1948 box 3
Fred, E. B.
1934, 1945 box 3

-see also Ser. I, The American Society of Bacteriologists

French Embassy
  box 3

-see Ser. II, Cinquantenaire De La Mort De Pasteur

Friedenwald, Jonas S.
1952-1953, n.d. box 3

-see also Ser. I, JHU Medical School -see also Ser. V, Friedenwald, Jonas S. "Elementary Theory of Enzymatic Activity..."

Friedman, Meyer
1941 box 3
Frost, W. H.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, US Public Health Service

Fruton, Joseph S.
1952-1959 box 3

-see also Ser. I, Harbury, Henry -see also Ser. II, Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems

Fucoma Company, Inc.
1929 box 3
Fuller, Henry R.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Houghton Mifflin Company

Funk, F. J.
1924 box 3
Gaebler, O. H.
1952 box 3
Gallagher, T. F.
1949 box 3
[Gamble], J. L.
1945, n.d. box 3

-see also Ser. IV, Chemical Anatomy, Physiology...

Gammon, Edgar G.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Hampden-Sydney College

Garland, Charles S.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, JHU

Gas Rationing Board
1942, 1944 box 3

-see also Ser. II, Gas Rationing Board

Gasser, Herbert
1942, 1944, 1955 box 3
J. Norman Geipe Van Lines, Inc.
1952 box 3
Gemmill, Chalmers L.
1948 box 3

-see also Ser. I, University of Virginia. Medical School

Gentzkow, C. J.
1943, 1951-1956 box 3

-see also Ser. I, Lea & Febiger Publishers -see also Ser. I, Simmons, (Col.) James S. -see also Ser. IV, "Hydrogen Ion Determinations..."

George, Philip
1961 box 3

Gryder, John

Gest, Howard
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Bacteriological Reviews

Gibbs, John S., Jr.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Gilbert, Judson B.
1938 box 3
Gill, Robert S.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, The Passano Foundation, Inc. -see Ser. I, The Williams & Wilkins Company

Gillespie, L. J.
1920-1926, 1939 box 3

-see also Ser. II, Gillespie, L. J.

Gilman, Henry
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Gladding, Harriet (Clark)
1925, 1949 box 3

WMC's daughter -see also Ser. II, "Notes on a Half-Century of Research, Teaching and Administration"

Glass, H. Bentley
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Quarterly Review of Biology

Glenn, Natalie
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Bryn Mawr College

Goddard, C. Allen
1927, 1943, 1946 box 3

WMC's father-in-law

Goddard, Eunice R.
1947 box 3
[Goddard?], Lindley
1956 box 3
Gold, Victor
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics -see Ser. IV, pH Measurements: Their Theory and Practice

Golden State Sales Corporation
1926 box 3

Dahlberg, A. O.

Goldstein, Henri
  box 3

Some in French -see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Grady, James T.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, ACS New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal

Grafflin, Allan L.
1950 box 3

Ochoa, Severo -see also Ser. I, JHU School of Medicine, Herter Lectureship Committee

Green, David E.
1959 box 3
Greenstein, Jesse P.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Grimmel, Grace
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Corless, Grace Grimmel

Grose, William E.
1960, n.d. box 3
Gross, Paul
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC

Gryder, John
  box 3

-see Ser. I, George, Philip -see Ser. I, NRC -see Ser. III, "[John] Gryder's Theory"... -see Ser. III, "... [John] Gryder's System"

Guggenheim, Paul
n.d. box 3
Guggenheim Fellowships
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Irvin, J. Logan

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Chinard, Francis P.

Gunsalus, Irwin
1957 box 3
Guttmacher, Dorothy E.
  box 3

-see Ser. II, "Biographical Memoir of Walter (Jennings) Jones, 1865-1935"

Haines, Samuel F.
  box 3

-see Ser. I., Chinard, Francis P.

Hall, Robert Foote
1938 box 3

-see also Ser. I, Clark, Anna -see also Ser. II, Trinity Military Institute

Halla, Roman J.
1949 box 3
Hallett, L. T.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Analytical Chemistry

Hamburger, Louis P.
1940 box 3

-see also Ser. I, Colston, J. A. Campbell

Hamilton Street Club
1942 box 3
Hampden-Sydney College
1952 box 3

Gammon, Edgar G. Woods, Alan C.

Handbook of Biological Data
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC

Handler, Philip
  box 3

-see Ser. I, American Society of Biological Chemists -see Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry

Harbury, Henry
1952-1963 box 3

WMC student Fruton, Joseph S. JHU Lilly Research Grants Committee Research Corporation US Public Health Service Winzler, Richard -see also Ser. I, Ball, Eric G. -see also Ser. I, Chance, Britton -see also Ser. I, Fruton, Joseph S. -see also Ser. II, "Notes on a Half-Century..." -see also Ser. II, Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems -see also Ser. I, Theorell, Hugo -see also Ser. I, University of California (Berkeley). Virus Laboratory -see also Ser. II, Harbury, Henry -see also Ser. III, Harbury, Henry and Paul A. Loach...

Harding, T. Swann
  box 3

-see Ser. I, US Department of Agriculture

Hardy, F.
1926-1927 box 3
Harper, J. E.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, US Public Health Service

Harris, Joseph
1953-1962 box 3

Roseman, Saul

Harrison, Ross G.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC -see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Hart, Thomas C.
1963 box 3
Harte, Robert A.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC Office of Critical Tables

Hartung, Walter H.
1952 box 3
Haseman, J. D.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Journal of Biological Chemistry

Hastings, A. Baird
1935-1963, n.d. box 3

-see also Ser. I, NAS -see also Ser. II, "Notes on a Half-Century..." -see also Ser. II, Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems -see also Ser. I, Van Wyk, Judson J. -see also Ser. II, Hastings, A. Baird -see also Ser. V, [Hastings, A. Baird] "The Scientific Career of William Mansfield Clark..."

Hastings, J. Woodland
1961 box 3
Hearon, John Z.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Caraway, Wendell T.

Heidelberger, Michael
1946 box 3

-see also Ser. II, Cinquantenaire De La Mort De Pasteur

Hektoen, Ludvig
1920 box 3

Jordan, Edwin O.

Hellerman, Leslie
1947, n.d. box 3

-see also Ser. I, Clark, Miriam G[oddard] -see also Ser. II, "Bug Battery" -see also Ser. II, Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems -see also Ser. VI, [JHU Medical School, Clark's Laboratory Staff] -see also Oversized

Henderson, R. W.
1955, 1960, 1963 box 3
Herriott, Roger M.
1948-1950, 1952 box 3

-see also Ser. I, Taylor, W. Rowland

Hickey, Helen Sullivan
1946 box 3
Hill, Jus[?]
  box 3

-see Ser. II, "Evolution Toward a Mature Scientific Literature"

Hitchcock, David I.
1948 box 3
Hixson, A. W.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, ACS New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal

Höber, R.
1926 box 3
Hoch, Hans
1954 box 3
Hocking, George M.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Hoey, Allan S.
1944 box 3
Holcomb, W. F.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Holm, George E.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, US Department of Agriculture

Holmes, W. C.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett -see Ser. I, US Department of Agriculture

[H]olthoff, N. W.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Hoover, Dick M.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, the Williams & Wilkins Co.

The Hotchkiss School
1903, 1938, 1940, 1955, n.d. box 3

Buckner, H. G. McKnight, William G., Jr. Morton, Warren Van Santvoord, George Wallace, Robert L. -see also Ser. I, Estill, Joe Garner -see also Ser. II, The Hotchkiss School

Houghton Mifflin Company
1941 box 3

Fuller, Henry R.

Howell, William H.
1925, 1939 box 3
Huber, G. Carl
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC

Hucker, G. J.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, The American Society of Bacteriologists

Huggins, Charles
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Baker, Robert

Hughes, Walter
1958, n.d. box 3
H[y]lett, George A.
1922 box 3
Hyman, Edward S.
1961 box 3
Hynson, Westcott & Dunning
1919 box 3

Dunning, H. A. Brown -see also Ser. I, US Department of Commerce

Indicators
1961-1962 box 3

Bishop, E.

Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
1944 box 3

Murphy, Walter J.

Ingle, Dwight J.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Perspectives in Biology

Institut Pasteur
  box 3

-see Ser. II, Cinquantenaire De La Mort De Pasteur

The Institute of Paper Chemistry
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC

International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry (12th)
1950 box 3

Fisher, Harry L.

International Critical Tables of Numerical Data of Physics, Chemistry and Technology
1923, 1925 box 3
International Union of Biochemistry. Commission on Enzymes
1962-1963 box 3

Colowick, Sidney L. Lehninger, Albert L. Webb, [Edwin] C. -see also Ser. I, Science -see also Ser. IV, "A Critique..."

International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NRC

Irvin, J. Logan
1950-1959 box 3

Worked in WMC's lab Brinkhous, K. M. Guggenheim Fellowships Moe, [Henry Allen]

Irwin, Marian
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Jackson, Perry Y.
1956 box 3
Jackson, R. [T.]
  box 3

-see Ser. I, US Department of Commerce

Jacobs, M. H.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Jacobsohn, I. M.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, [Steglitz], Julius

Jaeger, Alfred
  box 3

-see Ser. I, Walter J. Johnson, Inc.

Jaffe, Herbert
1948 box 3
Japanese Embassy
1923 box 3
Jefferson Medical College
1930 box 3

Morse, Withrow

Jensen, Orla
1924 box 3
Jewett, Frank B.
  box 3

-see Ser. I, NAS -see Ser. I, NAS Advisory Committee on Biologic Warfare -see Ser. I, NRC -see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program -see Ser. II, Frank B. Jewett Fellowships in the Physical Sciences -see Ser. V, NAS...

Johns Hopkins Hospital
1946, 1952 box 3

Barnes, Frederick W., Jr. Gibbs, John S. Te Linde, Richard W.

Johns Hopkins Medical Society
n.d. box 3

Stenographer's notes re: "starling theory" Chinard, [Francis P.] Flexner, [Simon]

Johns Hopkins University (JHU)
1909-1963 box 4

Ames, Joseph [S.] Bowman, Isaiah Bronk, Detlev Burford, William B., III Cox, R. T. Eisenhower, [Milton S.] Garland, Charles S. Institute for Cooperative Research Macaulay, P. Stewart Poole, Lynn Remsen, Ira Shaffer, G. Wilson Taylor, Wesley A. -see also Ser. I, Harbury, Henry -see also Ser. II, Bowman, Isaiah -see also Ser. II, JHU...

JHU Alumni Association
1952-1955 box 4

Steinwald, Osmar P. Dunning, J. H. Fitzgerald -see also Ser. I, Lawson, W. E.

JHU Chemistry Department
1952-1959 box 4

McElroy, William D.

JHU Committee on the Chemistry Department
1952 box 4

Bronk, Detlev Cloos, Ernst Koski, Walter S. Reid, Evans B. Wolman, Abel

JHU Institute for Cooperative Research
  box 4

-see Ser. I, JHU

JHU McCollum-Pratt Institute
1952-1959 box 4

-see Ser. I, JHU Chemistry Department

JHU Medical School
1927-1961 box 4

Abel, John J. Archibald, R. M. Burgan, H. C. Chesney, Alan M. Dwek, Joseph Friedenwald, Jonas S. Jones, Walter Marshall, E. K., Jr. Park, Edwards A. Weed, Lewis H. -see also Ser. VI, [JHU Medical School...]

JHU Medical School, Committees
1929, 1932, 1950 box 4

re: admissions, curriculum, pharmacology & instruction Chesney, Alan M. [Chinard], Francis Marshall, E. K., Jr. -see also Ser. V, JHU Medical School, "Interim Report..."

JHU Medical School, Herter Lectureship Committee
1948-1951 box 4

Bard, Phil[ip] Cohen, Barnett Crosby, Edwin L. Dieke, H. G. Grafflin, Allan L. Lilienthal, Joseph L., Jr. Linderstrøm-Lang, K. Marshall, E. K., Jr. Morgan, Russell H. Reed, Lowell J. Rich, Arnold R. Te Linde, Richard W. Turner, Tommy Woods, Alan C. -see also Ser. II, JHU Medical School, Lecture Programs

JHU Medical School, Physiological Chemistry Department
  box 4

-see Ser. I, JHU Medical School

JHU Remsen Memorial Lectures
1950, 1952 box 4

Fowler, Robert D. -see also Ser. I, Chemical and Engineering News -see also Ser. II, JHU Remsen Memorial Lectures -see also Ser. IV, Remsen Memorial Lectures--Notes -see also Ser. IV, "Some Reflections on the Coupling of Chemical Processes and the Biochemical Implications"

JHU Treasurer
1933, 1952-1954 box 4

Baker, Henry S. Corless, Grace Grimmel

JHU Undergraduate Chemistry Club
1950 box 4
Johnson, A. Leroy
1949 box 4
Walter J. Johnson, Inc.
1952-1962, n.d. box 4

Sale of journals Ashley-Ratcliff Corp. Dimler, Fred J. Jaeger, Alfred The Periodical Mart

Johnston, John
  box 4

-see Ser. I, ACS

Johri, B. M.
1957 box 4
Jones, Benjamin B.
  box 4

-see Ser. II, "Biographical Memoir of Walter (Jennings) Jones, 1865-1935"

Jones, Walter
  box 4

-see Ser. I, JHU School of Medicine -see Ser. I, "Biographical Memoir of Walter (Jennings) Jones, 1865-1935"

Jordan, Edwin O.
1927 box 4

Falk, I. S. -see also Ser. I, Hektoen, Ludvig

Journal of the American Chemical Society
1921-1961 box 4

Lamb, Arthur B. Noyes, W. Albert

Journal of Bacteriology
1933, 1944 box 4

Winslow, C. -E. A. -see also Ser. I, Society of American Bacteriologists -see also Ser. IV, "Evolution Toward a Mature Scientific Literature"

Journal of Biological Chemistry
  box 4

AAAS Anderson, Rudolph J. Benedict, Stanley R. Carter, Herbert Clarke, Hans T. Cullen, Glenn E. Edsall, John T. Elvehjem, Conrad A. Handler, Philip Haseman, J. D. Luck J. Murray Mattill, Henry A. Richards, A. N. Shaffer, Philip A. Van Slyke, Donald D. Vickery, H. B. Wilson, D. Wright Wintersteiner, O[skar]

Folder 1
1933-1955 box 4
Folder 2
1956-1961 box 4
Journal of Colloid Science
1952 box 4

La Mer, Victor K. Ricci, John E. -see also Ser. V, Sollner, Karl...

Kamen, Martin D.
1955, n.d. box 4
Kaplan, Nathan
1957 box 4
Kappa Mu Sigma
1927 box 4

Kent Chemical Laboratory Smith, Constance

Kaufman, Leo
1960 box 4
Kennedy, Thomas J., Jr.
1947 box 4
Kent Chemical Laboratory
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Kappa Mu Sigma

[K]err, J. D.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

King, C. G.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, American Society of Biological Chemists

[Kirby, George H.]
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Kirby, J. E.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Kirk, Grayson
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Columbia Univeristy

Kirk, (Gen.) Norman T.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

Kluyver, A. J.
1925-1926 box 4
Koepfli, J. B.
[1942], 1944 box 4
Kohman, E. F.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Campbell Soup Company

Kopeloff, Nicholas
1934, 1936 box 4
Kornberg, Arthur
1953 box 4
Koski, Walter S.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, JHU Committee on the Chemistry Department

Kough, Isabella
1953 box 4
Krebs, Hans Adolf
1953 box 4

-see also Ser. II, Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Organic Systems

Kühnau, Joachim
1927 box 4

In German

Kulka, J. P.
1951 box 4
Labeyrie, Françoise
1961 box 4

Some in French

Ladd, William S.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Cornell University Medical College

Lakeville Journal (Lakeville, Conn.)
n.d. box 4

Letter re: McCarthyism

Lamb, Arthur B.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Journal of the American Chemical Society

La Mer, Victor K.
1922 box 4

Baker, Lillian -see also Ser. I, ACS -see also Ser. I, ACS New York Section. William H. Nichols Medal -see also Ser. I, Journal of Colloid Science

LaMotte, Frank L.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, LaMotte Chemical Products Company

LaMotte Chemical Products Company
1919-1921, 1958-1959 box 4

LaMotte, Frank L.

Lampson, Lucy
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Thomas R. Wagner Agency

The Lancet
1954 box 4
Landmann, Paul E.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Baker, Robert

Lansdale, Florence
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Cohen, Barnett

Lapp, C. J.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, NRC

Lasagna, Louis
1961 box 4

Marshall, E. K., Jr.

Lawson, W. E.
1952 box 4

-see also Ser. I, JHU Alumni Association

Lea & Febiger Publishers
1919, 1945-1960, n.d. box 4

Boland, V. J. Spahr, John R. -see also Ser. I, Gentzkow, C. J. -see also Ser. I, Simmons, (Gen.) James S. -see also Ser. IV, "Hydrogen Ion Determinations"...

Leach, S. J.
1954 box 4
Leaders in American Science
1954 box 4
Leake, J. P.
1923 box 4
Lee, John W.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, NRC Antimalarial Drug Program

The Leeds & Northrup Company
1919-1920, 1924, 1953 box 4
Lehninger, A. L.
1952-1958 box 4

-see also Ser. I, International Union of Biochemistry. Commission on Enzymes -see also Ser. II, "Notes on a Half-Century..." -see also Ser. I, Science -see also Ser. II, Lehninger, A. L.

Lemberg, Rudolf
1962 box 4
Leve[ne], P. A.
1925, 1927 box 4
Lever, Walter F.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, Rosenberg, Lawson L.

Leviton, A.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, US Department of Agriculture

Lewis, George T.
1952 box 4
Lewis, Harry F.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, The Institute of Paper Chemistry -see Ser. I, NRC

Lilienthal, Joseph L., Jr.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, JHU Herter Lectureship Committee

Lilly Research Grants Committee
1952-1953 box 4

Harbury, Henry Van Slyke, Donald D. -see also Ser. I, Harbury, Henry

Lilly Research Laboratories
1949 box 4

Campbell, Edward D.

Linderstrøm-Lang, K.
  box 4

-see Ser. I, JHU Herter Lectureship Committee

Ling, Gilbert
1961 box 4
Lipmann, Fritz
1960 box 5
Livingston, Burton E.
1934 box 5
"Lloyd"
1920-1921, 1927 box 5

Rockefeller Inst., & Harvard

Loeb, Jacques
1920-1922 box 5