L. C. Dunn Papers

Mss.B.D917

Date: 1911-1974 | Size: 15.5 Linear feet

Abstract

L.C. Dunn was one of the most significant figures in the emerging field of developmental genetics in the 20th century. His T-locus work with the mouse established a number of important genetic principles, including ideas of gene interaction, the distribution of alleles in wild populations, and the factors that influence fertility. He wrote an important textbook of genetics, Principles of Genetics (1925), in collaboration with Sinnott (and later Dobzhansky); other significant books authored or co-authored by him include Heredity, Race and Society (1946), and A Short History of Genetics (1965). He worked in poultry genetics for eight years at the Agricultural Experiment Station in Storrs, CT, from 1920-1928. The remainder of his career was spent at Columbia University, where he worked with rats, mice, and fruit flies, and proved himself to be an inspiring teacher as well. His interest in international scientific collaboration led him to establish ties to Soviet scientists, and to help relocate refugee scientists during World War II. He remained active in his profession to the end of his life. This collection includes correspondence, reports, notebooks, lectures, and photographs. It is a rich collection, documenting the development of American genetics as well as Dunn's interests in humanitarian efforts and international affairs. There is significant material relating to American-U.S.S.R. contacts, particularly in the files on the American-Soviet Friendship Council and the American-Soviet Science Society. There is much, as well, on the impact of the Lysenko controversy in the U. S. Dunn's interest in European scientists can also be seen in the sizable amount of material on the Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced German Scholars. Material relating to the Kilgore and Magnusson bills for the support of science (predecessors to the NSF) are also in the collection. Of note are data on the following: National Research Council Committee on Experimental Animals and Plants; research on the population study of the Jewish community in Rome; and Columbia University. There is much in the correspondence concerning Drosophila, poultry genetics, and other such topics; Walter Landauer is Dunn's major correspondent.

Background note

L.C. Dunn was a seminal figure in the 20th century emergence of developmental genetics. His T-locus work with the mouse established a number of important genetic principles, including ideas of gene interaction, the distribution of alleles in wild populations, and the factors that influence fertility, and his influence spread, in part, through his widely used genetics textbook, Principles of Genetics (N.Y.: McGraw Hill, 1925), written in collaboration with Edmund Ware Sinnott (and later Theodosius Dobzhansky). Other significant works authored or co-authored by Dunn include Heredity, Race and Society (1946), and A Short History of Genetics (1965).

Leslie Clarence Dunn, (1893-1974), was born in Buffalo, New York, the son of Clarence Leslie and Mary Eliza (Booth) Dunn. At Dartmouth College from 1911-1915, he applied himself to the study of zoology under John H. Gerould, with whom he maintained life-long ties. It was through Gerould that he obtained a copy of T.H. Morgan's Heredity and Sex in 1914, a book that significantly influenced the course of Dunn's professional career. Smitten with genetics, after graduating from Dartmouth, Dunn applied to study under Morgan at Columbia University, but was turned away from the already overcrowded fly lab. Instead, he took an assistantship to work with William E. Castle at Harvard, where he was assigned charge of the laboratory for breeding Drosophila. His first significant work was a study of sex-linked genes in Drosophila, but when his results were "scooped" by a student of Morgan, he turned to work on linked genes in mice and rats. He published eight papers on rodent genetics between 1916 and 1921, including his dissertation Linkage in Mice and Rats (1920).

Dunn's graduate work was interrupted by the outbreak of the First World War, during which he was commissioned as a First Lieutenant in the American Expeditionary Force in France. He married Louise Porter, a Smith College graduate, in 1918, with whom he had two sons, Robert Leslie (b.1921) and Stephen Porter (b.1928).

After his release from the Army, Dunn's first professional position was serving as poultry geneticist at the Agricultural Experiment Station in Storrs, Connecticut. His time there (1920-1928) was productive, resulting in over forty papers on poultry genetics as well as the first edition of Principles of Genetics. One of the most widely used genetics textbooks of its time, it went into five editions and was translated into numerous foreign languages.

In 1929, Dunn was tapped by Columbia to fill the post vacated by Morgan, who had departed for the California Institute of Technology. As a full professor in the Zoology Department, Dunn quickly demonstrated his abilities as a teacher as well as a researcher, mentoring Simone Gluecksohn-Waelsch and Dorothea Bennett, among many others.

Because life in the heart of New York City precluded large-scale research projects on poultry, Dunn revived his research on rodents and fruit flies, although he continued to keep hand in poultry, working in concert with Walter Landauer at Storrs. Initially, Dunn's mouse work at Columbia focussed on the problem of the inheritance of pigmentation, but his interest in congenital abnormalities soon led him to branch out into a study of lethal and semi-lethal mutants in research animals and compare them to similar conditions in humans. His work on T-locus mutants occupied over forty years and established him as a leader in developmental genetics. His research also verged on population genetics: he studied colonies of mice in both the laboratory and the field, establishing the principle that gametic selection could be even more powerful than natural selection.

Possessed of a strong social conscience honed by association with his fellow Columbians Theodosius Dobzhansky and Franz Boas, Dunn took an active interest in human genetics and its social implications. During the 1920s and 1930s, he spoke out against the misapplication of genetics to justify mistreatment of oppressed groups of people, including blacks and Jews. He established an Institute for the Study of Human Variation at Columbia in the 1950s. Although the Institute was short-lived, several key research projects resulted from it, including Dunn's "The Jewish Community in Rome." The Institute also spawned a number of students who have made important contributions to human genetics, including R. H. Osborne and W. S. Pollitzer.

In 1946, Dunn and Theodosius Dobzhansky collaborated on Heredity, Race, and Society, an immensely important book that cast a genetist's eye on the race problem in America. Taking cues from the work of Ashley Montagu, Franz Boas, and others, the work was an important study of racial variation, but also a major statement on the vexing question coopted by eugenicists of the relationship between nature and nurture. "We come into the world," they wrote, "as a bundle of possibilities bequeathed to us by our parents and other ancestors. Our nurture comes from the world about us. What happens to the nurture that comes in depends, however, on the nature that receives it." Dunn and Dobzhansky concluded that nature and nurture were inseparably intertwined and integral to the shaping of human capacities, rendering the dichotomy between them not only misleading, but fundamentally wrong. In 1951 Dunn was selected to write the UNESCO report Race and Biology, which carried this point further.

Dunn's personal friendships with scientists and their families from around the world often served as a springboard into other activities. During a tour of Europe in 1927, for example, Dunn visited Russia as the guest of A.S. Serebrovsky. As a result of the experience, Dunn became a founder and active member of the American-Soviet Friendship Council and, during World War II, was the president of the American-Soviet Science Society. Deeply disturbed by the rise of Nazism, Dunn became an active member of the Emergency Committee for German Scholars (later called the Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Scholars) in 1933, helping refugee scholars to relocate in American. Not surprisingly, Dunn's interest in international collaboration brought him under severe criticism. The organizations in which he took part were deemed subversive in the reactionary environment of the late 1940s and 1950s, and Dunn himself was accused of being a Communist.

Dunn's internationalism and interest in Russian science drew him into the Lysenko controversy of the 1950s. The "dictator" of Soviet biology during the Stalinist era and beyond, Lysenko espoused eccentric ideas about agriculture and genetics, and led a wholesale assault on modern genetics theories. The Russian language edition of Dunn's Principles of Genetics had sold more copies in Russian in the 1930s than the English original, however Lysenko banned the book.

Dunn pursued his interest in genetics to the end of his life. When he retired from Columbia in 1962, he was granted emeritus status and set up a "mouse lab" to continue work in collaboration with his former student, Dorothea Bennett. Toward the end of his life he developed an interest in the history of science, writing A Short History of Genetics in 1965. The donation of his papers to the American Philosophical Society helped to establish the APS archives as a premier facility for the study of the history of genetics.

Dunn was a member of the American Philosophical Society (1943), the National Academy of Sciences (1943), the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Norwegian Academy of Sciences, and the Italian Academia Pataviana. He was a founder of the Genetics Society of America, its President in 1932, and managing editor of its journal, Genetics, from 1935 to 1940. He was also a member of the American Society of Naturalists, its President in 1960, and editor of its journal The American Naturalist, from 1951 to 1960. He was a member of the American Society of Human Genetics, and its President in 1961. He also was a visiting professor at the Genetics Institute of the University of Oslo, Norway in 1934-35, at the Instituto Superiore de Sanita, Rome, in 1953-54, and at University College, London in 1960-61.

Scope and content

The Dunn Papers are a major resource for the study of the history of genetics during the critical quarter century between 1930 and 1955. From his perch at Columbia, Dunn was well situated to take part in the sweeping changes in the field, and was deeply involved in the debates over the social implications of genetic thought. The collection includes a full suite of correspondence, reports, notebooks, lectures, and photographs documenting the development of American genetics as well as Dunn's interests in humanitarian efforts and international affairs.

The Dunn Papers are rich in material relating to American-Soviet scientific contacts, particularly in the files on the American-Soviet Friendship Council and the American-Soviet Science Society. There is much, as well, on the impact of the Lysenko controversy in the United States, and Dunn's interest in European scientists can also be seen in the sizable quantity of material on the Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced German Scholars. Material relating to the Kilgore and Magnusson bills for the support of science (predecessors to the National Science Foundation) are also in the collection.

Of note are data on the following: National Research Council Committee on Experimental Animals and Plants; research on the population study of the Jewish community in Rome; and files of material concerning Columbia University, where he spent most of his academic career. There is much in the correspondence concerning Drosophila, poultry genetics, and other such topics. Volumetrically and, to a degree, scientifically, Dunn's major correspondent was Walter Landauer (ca. 1.5 linear feet); other correspondents include A. F. Blakeslee, Franz Boas, Kristine Bonnevie, Calvin B. Bridges, Alexis Carrel, Ernst Caspari, William E. Castle, Alfred E. Cohn, George W. Corner, Gunnar Dahlberg, Charles H. Danforth, Paul R. David, Milislav Demerec, Theodosius Dobzhansky, Boris Ephrussi, Ronald A. Fisher, Irene Geyer-Duszynska, Richard Goldschmidt, Emil J. Gumbel, Sir Julian Huxley, Hugo Iltis, Pavol Ivanyi, Herbert S. Jennings, Victor Jollas, Karl Landsteiner, Richard C. Lewontin, Otto L. Mohr, Thomas H. Morgan, Hermann J. Muller, Curt Stern, and Edwin B. Wilson.

Series ICorrespondence, 1921-1973 (23 boxes; 11.5 linear feet)
Series IIGenetics, 1935-1949 (3 boxes; 1.5 linear feet)
Series IIIWorks by Dunn, 1917-1971 (3 boxes; 1.5 linear feet)
Series IVResearch, 1953-1968 (3 boxes; 1.5 linear foot)
Series VOral History, 1958-1960 (2 boxes; 1 linear foot)
Series VIReprints, 1942-1973 (2 box; 1 linear feet)
Series VIIPhotographs, 1911-1974 (1 box; 0.5 linear feet)
Series VIIIRecordings, 1963 (1 folder)

Arrangement

Arrangement is for the Reader Copies.

Digital objects note

This collection contains digital materials that are available in the APS Digital Library. Links to these materials are provided with context in the inventory of this finding aid. A general listing of digital objects may also be found here.

Collection Information

Provenance

Acquired 1967-1974; gift of Dr. L.C. Dunn.

Preferred citation

Cite as: Leslie Clarence Dunn Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Other finding aids

The Dunn Papers are also described in Bentley Glass' A Guide to the Genetics Collections of the American Philosophical Society.

Related material

The American Philosophical Society Library's printed materials collection holds copies of most of Dunn's major titles, in addition to many of his minor titles, articles, and pamphlets. For further information about Dunn's published writings held by the APS, please consult the printed materials card catalog.

Additional Dunn correspondence can be found in the Caspari Papers (71 letters), Davenport Papers (57 letters), Dobzhansky Papers (31 letters), Lerner Papers (21 letters), and Stern Papers (130 letters).

Bibliography

Allen, Garland E., "Leslie Clarence Dunn (November 2, 1893-March 19, 1974)," Folia Mendeliana 10 (Brno: Mendelianum Musei Moraviae, 1975).

Dobzhansky, Theodosius, "Leslie Clarence Dunn: November 2, 1893-March 19, 1974," Biographical Memoirs 49 (Washington: National Academy of Sciences, 1978).

African American History Note

Scholars of African American history will find interesting material in this collection on the subjects of race and biology, in particular in regards to Dunn's work with Theodosius Dobzhansky and Ashley Montagu.

Physiology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics Note

Scholars of physiology, biochemistry, or biophysics may find the following of interest:

AuthorFormatDateLanguage
Stanley, Wendell M. (Wendell Meredith), 1904-1971 ( Located within American-Soviet Science Society (1945) correspondence and National Academy of Sciences (1943) correspondence.) Correspondence (2 items)1943, 1945English

Genetics Note

This collection contains materials which relate to the history of genetics.

AuthorFormatDate
American Committee for Displaced German Scholars Correspondence (Approximately 180 items)1933-1937
American Philosophical Society Library Correspondence (8 folders)1961-1972
American Philosophical Society Seminars Correspondence (2 folders)1967-1969
American-Soviet Friendship Council Correspondence (3 folders)1944-1948
American-Soviet Science Society Correspondence (2 folders)1945-1947
Atomic Energy Commission Correspondence (16 folders)1960-1972
Bonnevie, Kristine Correspondence (36 items)1930-1938
Brecher, Leonore Correspondence (29 items)1930-1938
Bridges, Calvin B. Correspondence (40 items)1932-1940
British scientists Correspondence (26 items)1940
Carrel, Alexis Correspondence (95 items)1923-1936
Caspari, Ernst Wilhelm Correspondence (57 items)1938-1944
Castle, William Ernest Correspondence (97 items)1924-1961
Charles, Donald Randolph Correspondence (22 items)1930-1955
Columbia University Correspondence (18 folders)1929-1945
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Correspondence (21 items)1928-1933
Dahlberg, Gunnar Correspondence (56 items)1946-1957
Danforth, Charles Haskell Correspondence (45 items)1928-1952
David, Paul R. Correspondence (28 items)1930-1946
Demerec, Milislav Correspondence (25 items)1936-1951
Dobzhansky, Theodosius Correspondence (353 items)1936-1951
Dunn, Leslie Clarence Works by (51 folders)1915-1960
Dunn, Leslie Clarence -- James Island, S.C. studies Research (11 folders)1955-1957
Dunn, Leslie Clarence -- Lectures Works by (13 folders)1950-1959
Dunn, Leslie Clarence -- Oral History Records, Oral history interview transcripts Records (1 linear foot)1958-1960
Dunn, Leslie Clarence -- Photographs Photographs (2 boxes)1911-1974
Dunn, Leslie Clarence -- Refugees Correspondence (5 folders)1929-1942
Dunn, Leslie Clarence -- Rome, Jewish Community Research (30 folders)1953-1956
Dunn, Leslie Clarence -- Science in the U.S.S.R. Correspondence (91 items)1944-1952
Edwards, Marvin L. Correspondence (140 items)1953-1954
Ephrussi, Boris Correspondence (25 items)1932-1941
Fackenthal, Frank D. Correspondence (33 items)1940-1949
Fisher, Ronald Aylmer Correspondence (32 items)1928-1957
Genetics Correspondence (52 folders)1935-1941
Genetics Society of America Correspondence (97 items)1928-1934
Gerould, John H. Correspondence (14 items)1919-1955
Goldschmidt, Richard Benedict Correspondence (80 items)1928-1950
Gruneberg, Hans Correspondence (79 items)1937-1955
Huxley, Julian Correspondence (36 items)1930-1961
Iltis, Hugo Correspondence (215 items)1938-1956
International Congress of Genetics. Seventh Congress Correspondence (66 items)1935-1939
Ivanyi, Pavol Correspondence (64 items)1967-1970
Jollos, Victor Correspondence (35 items)1967-1970
Journal of Heredity Correspondence (47 items)1928-1933
Kilgore Bill Correspondence (78 items)1943-1950
Landauer, Walter Correspondence (1,080 items)1924-1974
Landsteiner, Karl Correspondence (53 items)1924-1932
Lewontin, Richard Charles Correspondence (28 items)1959-1973
Lippincott, William A. Correspondence (71 items)1921-1927
Little, Clarence Cook Correspondence (30 items)1928-1941
Lydenberg, Harry Miller Correspondence (25 items)1938-1941
Lysenko Controversy in the U. S. Correspondence (61 items)1945-1949
McGraw-Hill Book Company Correspondence (92 items)1931-1969
Mohr, Otto Louis Correspondence (76 items)1929-1967
Morgan, Thomas Hunt Correspondence (21 items)1918-1945
Muller, Hermann Joseph Correspondence (61 items)1928-1967
National Academy of Sciences Correspondence (48 items)1943-1972
National Research Council. Committee on experimental animals and plants Correspondence (175 items)1928-1932
Oehlkers, Friedrich Correspondence (39 items)1938-1939
Rizki, Tahir Mirza Correspondence (38 items)1948-1970
Snell, George D. Correspondence (34 items)1939-1972
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Correspondence (78 items)1950-1952
University Federation for Intellectual Freedom Correspondence (3 folders)1937-1939
U.S.S.R. Geneticists Correspondence (104 items)1928-1946
Wright, Sewall Correspondence (30 items)1920-1964
Yanagisawa, Kaichiro Correspondence (4 folders)1962-1973

Indexing Terms


Corporate Name(s)

  • American-Soviet Science Society
  • Columbia University.
  • Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced German Scholars
  • National Council of American-Soviet Friendship (U.S.)
  • National Research Council. Committee on Experimental Animals and Plants

Genre(s)

  • Lectures
  • Notebooks
  • Photoprints

Geographic Name(s)

  • Italy -- Population studies

Personal Name(s)

  • Bjerknes, Kristian Bonnevie, 1901-1981
  • Blakeslee, Albert Francis, 1874-1954
  • Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
  • Bonnevie, Kristine, 1872-1948
  • Bridges, Calvin B. (Calvin Blackman), 1889-1938
  • Carrel, Alexis, 1873-1944
  • Caspari, Ernst W.
  • Castle, William E., (William Ernest), 1867-1962
  • Cohn, Alfred E., (Alfred Einstein), 1879-1957
  • Corner, George Washington, 1889-1981
  • Dahlberg, Gunnar, 1893-1956
  • Danforth, Charles H. (Charles Haskell)
  • David, Paul R.
  • Demerec, M., (Milislav), 1895-1966
  • Dobzhansky, Theodosius Grigorievich, 1900-1975
  • Dunn, L. C. (Leslie Clarence), 1893-1974
  • Ephrussi, Boris, 1901-1979
  • Fisher, Ronald Aylmer, Sir, 1890-1962
  • Geyer-Duszynska, Irene, 1924-
  • Goldschmidt, Richard, 1878-1958
  • Gumbel, Emil J.
  • Huxley, Julian, 1887-1975
  • Iltis, Hugo
  • Ivanyi, Pavol
  • Jennings, H. S., (Herbert Spencer), 1868-1947
  • Jollas, Victor
  • Landauer, Walter, 1896-1978
  • Landsteiner, Karl, 1868-1943
  • Lewontin, Richard C., 1929-
  • Mohr, Otto Louis, 1886-
  • Mohr, Tove
  • Morgan, Thomas Hunt, 1866-1945
  • Muller, H. J. (Hermann Joseph), 1890-1967
  • Stern, Curt, 1902-1981
  • Wilson, Edwin Bidwell, 1879-1964

Subject(s)

  • Biology, genetics, eugenics
  • Developmental genetics
  • Drosophila -- Genetics
  • Eugenics
  • Evolution (Biology)
  • Geneticists
  • Genetics
  • Heredity
  • Jews -- Population studies
  • Jews -- Rome
  • Mice -- Genetics
  • Political refugees -- United States
  • Popuation biology
  • Poultry -- Genetics
  • Race, race relations, racism
  • Science and politics

Collection overview

1921-1973 Box 1-23

The scientific and professional correspondence of L.C Dunn provides a remarkable overview of the developments in genetic theory and research from the days of Morgan's fly lab into the molecular revolution of the 1950s and 1960s. Possessed of a sharp historical consciousness, Dunn appears to have been unusually good about retaining correspondence with his colleagues, and the resultant collection

The Dunn Papers are further valuable as a point of entry into the debates over the social implications of genetic thought in an international context. An activist, Dunn was heavily involved in the American Committee for Displaced German Scholars during the 1930s, the America-Soviet Science Society, and the American-Soviet Friendship Council, among other organizations. His surviving essays and lectures (filed under Dunn) frequently address the social aspects of genetics, whether discussing eugenics, the "race problem," Lysenkoism ("Science Under Socialism," "Soviet Genetics") or broader issues of heredity and environment.

In 1972 (1972-622ms) and 1974 (1974-454ms) and previously, Walter Landauer donated an extensive body of his correspondence with Dunn, which has been integrated into the collection. This correspondence was restricted during Dunn's lifetime, but is now open to researchers.

1935-1949 Box 23-25

Correspondence regarding the acceptance and publication of manuscripts accrued while Dunn was acting as editor of Genetics. While most of the correspondence is perfunctory and concerned primarily with the editorial details, there is occasional commentary on the work of other geneticists and the value of particular lines of research. Among many other correspondents are A.H. Sturtevant and Barbara McClintock.

1917-1971 Box 25-27
1953-1968 Box 27-29
1958-1960 Box 29-30

Between 1958 and 1960, Dunn was interviewed by Saul Benison as part of the oral history project conducted by Columbia University. The series contains eight bound volumes of unedited typed transcripts with manuscript annotations (by Dunn). The originals are housed at Columbia University.

1942-1973 Box 30-31
1911-1974 Box 31

Miscellaneous photographs, primarily personal, of Dunn, his family and colleagues. Along with a small number of personal photos of Dunn from his childhood through old age, there are two outstanding photo albums. The first of these was kept by Dunn during his days as a student at Dartmouth (1911-1915), and is a fine example of the undergraduate genre, replete with images of cavorting students, football games, the winter carnival, the campus and his friends. There are several images of Dunn dressed as a woman (presumably as a stunt) and other of Dunn's friends in blackface.

1963 Box 31


Detailed Inventory

 Series I. Correspondence
1921-1973 Box 1-23

The scientific and professional correspondence of L.C Dunn provides a remarkable overview of the developments in genetic theory and research from the days of Morgan's fly lab into the molecular revolution of the 1950s and 1960s. Possessed of a sharp historical consciousness, Dunn appears to have been unusually good about retaining correspondence with his colleagues, and the resultant collection

The Dunn Papers are further valuable as a point of entry into the debates over the social implications of genetic thought in an international context. An activist, Dunn was heavily involved in the American Committee for Displaced German Scholars during the 1930s, the America-Soviet Science Society, and the American-Soviet Friendship Council, among other organizations. His surviving essays and lectures (filed under Dunn) frequently address the social aspects of genetics, whether discussing eugenics, the "race problem," Lysenkoism ("Science Under Socialism," "Soviet Genetics") or broader issues of heredity and environment.

In 1972 (1972-622ms) and 1974 (1974-454ms) and previously, Walter Landauer donated an extensive body of his correspondence with Dunn, which has been integrated into the collection. This correspondence was restricted during Dunn's lifetime, but is now open to researchers.

 Adelman, Adrien
1938 Box 1
 Agassiz, Louis
1965, undated Box 1
 Alfert, Max
1969-1970, undated Box 1
 Altenburg, Edgar
1952 Box 1
 American Anthropologist - Notes
undated Box 1
 American Association of Scientific Workers
1938-1939, 1950, undated 2 folders Box 1

Melba Phillips in re: arrest of Ralph Spitzer

 American Cancer Society
1948 Box 1
 American Civil Liberties Union
1953 Box 1
 American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom
1940 Box 1
 American Committee to Save Refugees
1940-1942 Box 1
 American Council of Learned Societies
1948 Box 1
 American Genetic Association
1972 Box 1
 American Philosophical Society Library
1943-1972, undated 8 folders Box 1
 American Philosophical Society Seminar
1967-1969, undated 2 folders Box 1
 American Review of Soviet Medicine
1946 Box 1
 American Review on the Soviet Union
1950 Box 1
 American Russian Institute
1948-1949 2 folders Box 1
 American Society of Human Genetics
1949 Box 1
 American Society of Naturalists
1940-1967, undated Box 1
 American-Soviet Friendship Council
1944-1948, undated 3 folders Box 1
 American-Soviet Science Society
1944-1949, undated 2 folders Box 2
 Amigos Mexicanos del Pueblo de Norteamerica
1941 Box 2
 Amos, D. Bernard
1973 Box 2
 Apgar, Virginia
1969 Box 2
 Atomic Energy Commission
1960-1973 16 folders Box 2
 Autobiographical notes
undated Box 2
 Avery, Oswald T.
1955-1966 Box 3
 Ballard, W.W.
1946-1947 Box 3
 Baregozzi, ____
1954 Box 3
 Battghia, ___
1953 Box 3
 Beadle, George W.
1955 Box 3
 Behre, Charles H.
1946 Box 3
 Bell, Whitfield J. Jr.
1970, 1972 Box 3
 Berge, S.
1963 Box 3
 Bermies, Gert
1934 Box 3
 Bernstein, Felix
1952 Box 3
 Bertalanffy, Ludwig von
1938 Box 3
 Biographical Memoirs
1944-1953 Box 3
 Bissonnette, T. Hume
1929 Box 3
 Blakeslee, Albert F.
1929-1948 Box 3
 Blanco, Ramon
1928 Box 3
 Bleibtrev, Hermann K.
undated Box 3

The Impact of Urbanization on Human Evolution (with Dunn, L.C.) Rome (Jewish Community)

 Block, Robert
1956 Box 3
 Bluhm, Agnes
1928 Box 3
 Blyson, Doris
1935 Box 3
 Boas, Franz
1934-1941 Box 3
 Bohn, William E.
1938 Box 3
 Bonnevie, Kristine
1932-1949 Box 3
 Book Reviews
undated Box 3
 Booth, Kate H.
1937-1938, undated Box 3
 Booth, Mary E.
1874 Box 3
 Bowditch, M.
1929 Box 3
 Bowen, Wilbor A.
1929 Box 3
 Braun, Werner
1936-1937 Box 3
 Braverman, Irwin
1950 Box 3
 Brecher, Leonore
1930-1938 Box 3
 Bridges, Calvin B.
1932-1940 2 folders Box 3
 Briggs, L. Cabot
1962 Box 3
 British Scientists
1940 Box 3
 Bronk, Detlev W.
1946-1956 Box 3
 Bryson, Vernon
1961 Box 3
 Buck, ___
1952 Box 3
 Buffalo Museum of Science
1936 Box 3
 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
1955 Box 3
 Bush, Vannevar
1940 Box 3
 Butler, Nicholas Murray
1932 Box 3
 Byers, Vincent G.
1921-1928, undated Box 3
 Calkins, Gary N.
1941 Box 3
 Calkins, Helen R.
1932 Box 3
 CARE
1953-1954 Box 3
 Carlson, Elof Axel
1971 Box 3
 Carnegie Committee
1929-1939 Box 3
 Carnochan, Fred C.
1950-1952, undated Box 3
 Carrel, Alexis
1923-1936 4 folders Box 3

With Albert Ebling.

 Carter, T.C.
1950 Box 3
 Caspari, Ernst
1938-1945 Box 4
 Castle, E.H.
1925 Box 4
 Castle, Edward S.
1962-1963 Box 4
 Castle, William E.
1920-1961, undated 4 folders Box 4
 Cattell, J. McK.
1932 Box 4
 Chalkley, Lyman
1951 Box 4
 Chambers, Robert
1933 Box 4
 Charles, Donald Randolph
1930-1955 Box 4
 Cheng, Dorothy Wei
1949 Box 4
 Chesley, Paul
1935-1936 Box 4

Restrictions on Access: RESTRICTED Permission of A.P.S. librarian necessary

 Churchman, C. West
1948 Box 4
 Clarke, H.T.
1937 Box 4
 Cleland, Ralph E.
1947-1948 Box 4
 Clifford, Richard C.
1952 Box 4
 Coalbin Press
1956-1958, undated Box 4
 Codington, John F.
1955 Box 4
 Coe, W.R.
1928 Box 4
 Cohn, Alfred E.
1936-1942 Box 4
 Cole, L.J.
1928 Box 4
 Columbia University
1929-1967 18 folders Box 4-5
 Community Service Society of New York
1949 Box 5
 Conant, J.B.
1948 Box 5
 Condon, Edward U.
1946-1952 2 folders Box 5

Includes testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Un-American Activities.

 Conklin, Edwin G.
1933, 1946 Box 5
 Connecticut, University of
1964 Box 5
 Connecticut Agricultural College-Convocation
1925 Box 5
 Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station
1928-1933 Box 5
 Connell, Frank H.
1948 Box 5
 Conversation
1954-1955 Box 5

Radio Program

 Cook, Robert C.
1937-1949 Box 5
 Corner, George Washington
1941 Box 5
 Coyne, Marshall A.
1940 Box 5
 Crew, F.A.E.
1928-1939 Box 5
 Cuenot, Lucien
1938 Box 5
 Cumming, C.N. Wentworth
1952 Box 5
 Curry, Viola A.
1933 Box 5
 Dahlberg, Gunnar
1946-1957, undated 4 folders Box 5
 Dalton, H. Clark
1940 Box 5
 D'Ancona, Umberto
1952-1953 Box 6
 Danforth, Charles Haskell
1928-1952, undated Box 6
 Daniel, J.F.
1941 Box 6
 Daniel, Janet
1938-1939 Box 6
 David, Edward E., Jr.
1972 Box 6
 David, Paul R.
1930-1946, undated Box 6
 Davidson, Jo
1945 Box 6
 Davis, Bradley M.
1941 Box 6
 Davis, Donald E.
1950 Box 6
 Davis, Herbert
1947 Box 6
 Deacon, Warren
1948 Box 6
 Dean, Geoffrey
1957 Box 6
 Dellinger, S.C.
1950 Box 6
 Demerec, Milislav
1936-1951 2 folders Box 6
 Dempster, Everett R.
1956 Box 6
 Deschin, Celia S.
1948 Box 6
 Detlefsen, John A.
1946-1947 Box 6
 Detwiler, J.D.
1949 Box 6
 Detwiler, Samuel R.
1938 Box 6
 DiCapua, Guiuseppina
1957 Box 6
 Dobrovolskaia-Zavadskaia, N.
1933-1952 Box 6
 Dobzhansky, Theodosius
1936-1961 14 folders Box 6
 Dodge, B.O.
1938 Box 7
 Dollard, Charles
1939-1940 Box 7
 Dougherty, Ellsworth C.
1948 Box 7
 Dryden, Hugh L.
1962 Box 7
 Dunbar, Carl O.
1947 Box 7
 Dunn, A.M.
1837 Box 7
 Dunn-Booth
1849-1881 Box 7
 Dunn, Harriet A.
1918-1947, undated Box 7

Includes photographs

 Dunn, Louise Porter
1927, undated Box 7
 Dunning, Wilhelmina F.
1941 Box 7
 Dyson-Hudson, Neville
1955 Box 7
 Dyson-Hudson, Mrs. Rada Demerec
1955-1957 Box 7
 East, Edward Murray
1931-1938, undated Box 7
 Edsall, John T.
1940 Box 7
 Edwards, Marvin L.
1953-1954 5 folders Box 7
 Einsele, Wilhelm
1928-1947 Box 7
 Eisenhower, Dwight D.
1949 Box 7
 Elderfield, Robert C.
1940 Box 7
 Elias, Hans
1938 Box 7
 Emergency Committee in Aid for Displaced German Scholars
1933-1946, undated 43 folders Box 7-10

Also known as: American Committee for Displaced German Scholars

 Emerson, R.A.
  Box 12
 Emerson, Alfred E.
1940, 1947 Box 10
 Encyclopedia Americana
1970 5 folders Box 10
 Engel, Leonard
1948 Box 10
 Engle, Earl T.
1939 Box 10
 Ephrussi, Boris
1932-1955, undated Box 10
 Equality Magazine
1940 Box 10
 Evans, Earl A. Jr.
1947 Box 10
 Exner, Frank M.
1940 Box 10
 Fackenthal, Frank D.
1940-1949 Box 10
 Fermi, Laura
1939 Box 10
 Fisher, Ronald A.
1928-1951 Box 10
 Ford, E.B.
1950 Box 10
 Fortuyn, A.B. Droogleever
1946 Box 10
 Foster, Morris
1951 Box 10
 Friedenwald, Jonas
1949 Box 11
 Friedman, Bernard
1948-1949 Box 11
 Frolova, S.L.
1947-1950 Box 11
 Fruton, Joseph S.
1948 Box 11
 Fulbright Act Committee
1948-1949 Box 11
 Furnas, J.C.
1948 Box 11
 Gallagher, John W.
1970 Box 11
 Garber, E.D.
1949-1952 Box 11
 Gates, William H.
1935-1937 Box 11
 Genetics Society of America
1928-1934 4 folders Box 11
 Genevay, Jacques
1954 Box 11
 Gerould, John H.
1919-1955, undated 14 folders Box 11
 Gershenson, S.
1932-1944 Box 11
 Geyer-Duszynska, Irene
1963-1973 Box 11
 Gilbert, W.M.
1934-1936 Box 11
 Giordano, Alfonso
1954 Box 11
 Glass, H. Bentley
  Box 11
 Gluecksohn-Waelsh, Salome
1946-1947 Box 11
 Goldforb, ___
1941 Box 11
 Goldman, Pauline
1948-1950 Box 11
 Goldschmidt, Elizabeth
Undated Box 11
 Goldschmidt, Richard Benedict
1928-1950 6 folders Box 11
 Goodrich, L. Carrington
1940 Box 11
 Gottingen University
1937 Box 11
 Gowen, John W.
1941 Box 11
 Graham, Loren
1972 Box 11
 Graubard, Marc
1936-1937 Box 11
 Gregory, William K.
1946 Box 11

50 Years in the Department of Zoology

 Grolier Encyclopedia
1948 Box 11
 Grüneberg, Hans
1937-1955, undated Box 12
 Gumbel, Emil J.
1931-1942, undated Box 12
 Gumbel, Harold
1942 Box 12
 Hahn, Roger
1969 Box 12
 Haldane, J.B.S.
1932-1940 Box 12
 Hammond, John
1932 Box 12
 Handler, Philip
1968-1972 Box 12
 Hankins, J.H.
1928 Box 12
 Hanson, Frank Blair
1933-1937 Box 12
 Harland, S.C.
1932 Box 12
 Harris, Reginald G.
1928-1932 Box 12
 Harrison, Ross G.
1936-1950 Box 12
 Harron, Robert C.
1949 Box 12
 Hartman, Carl G.
1952 Box 12
 Harvard College
1919 Box 12
 Harvard University
1936-1954 Box 12
 Harvey, Clare
1936 Box 12
 Harvey Society
1940 Box 12
 Hecht, Selig
1933, undated Box 12
 Herald Tribune
1940 Box 12
 Herndon, C. Nash
1962 Box 12
 Herskowitz, Irwin H.
1948-1949 Box 12
 Hertwig, Paula
1933-1934 Box 12
 Heston, W.E.
1950 Box 12
 Hodgins, Eric
1946 Box 12
 Hoecker, Gustavo
1948-1956 Box 12
 Hogben, Lancelot
1940 Box 12
 Holman, S.P.
1930-1934 Box 12
 Holtfreter, Johannes
1943-1951 Box 12
 Howard, Alma
1941 Box 12
 Howson, Roger
1936 Box 12
 Hubbard, M.M., Jr.
1928 Box 12
 Hughes, Roscoe D.
1952 Box 12
 Hull, Fred H.
1937 Box 12
 Human Betterment Foundation
1934 Box 12
 Humphrey, Elliot S.
1933-1934 Box 12
 Hunt, H.R.
1936 Box 12
 Huskins, C. Leonard
1937-1950 Box 12
 Hutchison, C.B.
1927-1928 Box 12
 Hutt, F.B.
1935 Box 12
 Huxley, Julian
1932-1961 Box 12
 Iljin, N.A.
1928-1935 Box 12
 Iltis, Hugo
1938-1956 5 folders Box 12-13
 Institute of International Education
1942-1948 Box 13
 Instituto Della Enciclopedia Italiana
1970-1971 Box 13
 International Congress of Genetics
1935-1939 2 folders Box 13
 International Student Service
1940-1941 Box 13
 Itikawa, Nobukazu
1955-1957 Box 13
 Ivanyi, Pavol
1967-1971, undated 4 folders Box 13
 Ives, Irving M.
1953 Box 13
 Jakob, Krivshenko
Undated Box 13
 Jean, Sister Mary
1939 Box 13
 Jenkins, E.H.
1924-1931 Box 13
 Jennings, Herbert S.
1937-1940 Box 13
 Jensen, Arthur R.
1969, undated 3 folders Box 13
 Jessup, Philip C.
1941 Box 13
 Johanssen, Wilhelm
1968-1969, undated 3 folders Box 13
 Johnson, Alvin
1941-1950 Box 13
 Johnson, Douglas
1940 Box 13
 Johnston, J.B.
1926 Box 13
 Jollos, Victor
1934-1941 2 folders Box 14
 Jones, A. Lexington
1938 Box 14
 Jones, Donald F.
1960 Box 14
 Jones, Lucien Arthur
1938 Box 14
 Joravsky, David
1959-1967 Box 14
 Journal of Heredity
1928-1933, undated Box 14
 Just, Theodore
1940 Box 14
 Kaburaki, Tokio
1940 Box 14
 Kaiser, Sam
1941 Box 14
 Kamenoff, Ralph J.
1938-1941 Box 14
 Kastenmeier, Robert W.
1961 Box 14
 Kaufman, Irving
1939 Box 14
 Kaufmann, D.P.
1938 Box 14
 Kaunitz, Hans
1938 Box 14
 Keeler, Clyde E.
1930-1931 Box 14
 Kelner, Albert
1950 Box 14
 Kennedy, John F.
1961 Box 14
 Kilgore, Bill
1943-1944 3 folders Box 14
 Kilgore and Magnuson Bills
1944-1950 3 folders Box 14
 King, Helen Dean
  Box 14
 Kohler, Wolfgang
1952-1953 Box 14
 Koller, Pius Charles (Pio)
1938 Box 14
 Koltzoff, N.K.
1928-1938 Box 14
 Koopman, Karl
1949-1950 Box 14
 Kopec, Stefan
1927-1935 Box 14
 Korosy, Francis
1948 Box 14
 Korosy, K.
Undated Box 14
 Kostoff, Dontcho
1946-1947 Box 14
 Kotschnig, Walter M.
1937 Box 14
 Krascheninnikow, S.
1948 Box 14
 Kreyberg, Leiv
1935-1940 Box 14
 Krimbas, Costas
1961 Box 14
 Krivshenko, Jakob
1948-1949 Box 14
 Krizenecky, Jar
1927-1931 Box 14
 Krout, John A.
1945-1950 Box 15
 Kuang, H.H.
1947 Box 15
 Kühn, Alfred
1934-1938 Box 15
 Kunkel, B.W.
1937-1948 Box 15
 Lack, Harold E.
1940 Box 15
 Lamoreux, W.F.
1955 Box 15
 Lancefield, D.E.
1929-1936 Box 15
 Landauer, Erich
1927-1932 Box 15
 Landauer, Naomi
1940 Box 15
 Landauer, Walter
1924-1974, undated 52 folders Box 15-17
 Landsteiner, Karl
1924-1932 2 folders Box 17
 Lanier, Raymond R.
1940 Box 17
 La Piana, George
1952 Box 17
 Laugier, Henri
1941 Box 17
 Lazarus, Richard
1941 Box 17
 Lebedeff, G.A.
1940 Box 17
 Lederberg, Joshua
1972 Box 17
 Lehmann, F.E.
1936 Box 17
 Lehmann, Hermann
1961 Box 17
 Lennard, Reginald
1944 Box 17
 Lerner, I. Michael
1969 Box 17
 Levene, Howard
1960-1962, undated Box 18
 Levi, Giuseppe
1955 Box 18
 Levit, G.
1936 Box 18
 Levitan, Max
1954 Box 18
 Levy, Fritz
1940 Box 18
 Lewontin, Richard Charles
1959-1973, undated Box 18
 Lidicker, William Z., Jr.
1958-1959 Box 18
 Lillirn, Cecil
1941 Box 18
 Lindegren, Carl C.
1944 Box 18
 Lindstrom, E.W.
1928-1929 Box 18
 Lippincott, William A.
1921-1927 2 folders Box 18
 Lisowski, F. Peter
1960-1963 Box 18
 Little, C. C. (Clarence Cook)
1928-1941 Box 18
 Ludmerer, Kenneth M.
1969-1970 Box 18
 Lund, Roald
1937 Box 18
 Lurie, M.H.
1941 Box 18
 Lush, J.L.
1940 Box 18
 Lynd, Robert
1944, undated Box 18
 Lydenberg, Harry M.
1938-1941 Box 18
 Lyon, Mary F.
1956-1966, undated Box 18
 Lysenko Controversy
1945-1953 4 folders Box 18
 Lysenko, T.D.
1946-1952 Box 18
 MacInnes, Duncan
1950-1951 Box 18
 MacDowell, E.C.
  Box 21
 MacMillan Company
1951 Box 18
 Malcovati, Piero
1951 Box 18
 Mangelsdorf, Paul C.
1952 Box 18
 Mann, A.R.
1928 Box 18
 Mann, W.M.
1927-1930 Box 18
 Martin, J. Holmes
1928 Box 18
 Marvanova, L.
1966 Box 18
 Mather, Kirtley F.
1933 Box 18
 Mayr, Ernst
1937-1938, 1970 Box 18

Provenance: M2001-08. 1970 letter is a gift of Charles Rosenberg, January 2001.

Access digital object:
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 McDowell, Carleton
1927-1963 Box 18
 McGraw-Hill Book Company
1931-1969 2 folders Box 18
 McKee, Ralph H.
1937 Box 19
 Meadowcroft, C.P.
1931 Box 19
 Mendel Centenary Clippings
1965 Box 19
 Merriam, John C.
1936 Box 19
 Meyerhoff, Howard A.
1952 Box 19
 Michie, Donald
1952 Box 19
 Mohr, Jan Gunnar Faye
1948-1949 Box 19
 Mohr, Otto Louis
1929-1967, undated 8 folders Box 19
 Montalenti, G.
1952-1953 Box 19
 Moody, Julia
1931 Box 19
 Morgan, Thomas Hunt
1918-1946 2 folders Box 19
 Morrison, Robert S.
1961 Box 19
 Morse, Leighton B.
1972-1973 Box 19
 Mossige, Jeanne Coyne
1934-1937, 1950 Box 19
 Mourant, Arthur E.
1963-1965 Box 19
 Muller, Hermann J.
1928-1967 3 folders Box 19
 Murrow, Edward R.
1936 Box 19
 Myerson, Abraham
1928 Box 19
 Nachtsheim, Hans
1932-1961 Box 19
 National Academy of Sciences
1943-1972, undated 2 folders Box 19
 National Research Council
1928-1932 5 folders Box 19-20
 National Science Foundation
1970 Box 20
 Nehama, J.
1957 Box 20
 Nevis Newsletter
1970 Box 20
 New Republic
1935-1937 Box 20
 New York Zoological Society
1945 Box 20
 Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
1936 Box 20
 Oehlkers, Friedrich
1938-1939 Box 20
 Ogura, Y.
1948 Box 20
 Ohno, Susumu
1970 Box 20
 Olby, Robert C.
1966-1967 Box 20
 Onslow, H.
1919 Box 20
 Orel, V.
1968 Box 20
 Osborn, Fredrick
1952 Box 20
 Osborn, Henry Fairfield
1929 Box 20
 Osborn, Herbert
1933 Box 20
 Ossietzky, Carl von
1936 Box 20
 Padoa, Emanuele
1937 Box 20
 Pai, Kao Ling
1956 Box 20
 Pappenheimer, Alwin M.
1925-1927 Box 20
 Parkes, A.S.
1959 Box 20
 Parkhurst, R.T.
1928 Box 20
 Parshley, H.M.
1930 Box 20
 Patau, Klaus
1961 Box 20
 Pauling, Linus
1954 Box 20
 Payne, Fernandus
1933 Box 20
 Peters, James A.
1958 Box 20
 Pettit, Lincoln
1960 Box 20
 Pickard, James N.
1928-1932 Box 20
 Pincus, Gregory
1928-1937 Box 20
 Pineau, Roger
1964 Box 20

Biological Aspects of Race

 Pittendreigh, Colin
1954 Box 20
 Pizarro, Olga A.
1963 Box 20
 Plate, Ludwig
1933 Box 20
 Poliakov, Leon
1961 Box 20
 Pollitzer, William S.
1960-1962 Box 20
 Pontecorvo, Guido
1955-1957 Box 20
 Post, Richard
1961 Box 20
 Provine, William
1971 Box 20
 Punnet, R.C.
1920-1934 Box 20
 Quay, Thomas
1958 Box 20
 Quelprud, Theodore
1935 Box 20
 Quinn, Joseph P.
1930 Box 20
 Randall, John H. Jr.
1940 Box 20
 Refugees
1934-1940 3 folders Box 20
 Riley, William A.
1926-1927 Box 21
 Rizki, Md. Tahir Mirza
1948-1970 2 folders Box 21
 Robertson, Alan
1965 Box 21
 Rottcher, Fritz
1932 Box 21
 Rusk, Malcolm
1964 Box 21
 Russell, Liane B.
1970 Box 21
 Russell, Stewart
1927 Box 21
 Russell, William L.
1937-1943 Box 21
 Salvemini, Gaetano
1948 Box 21
 Sander, Gerhard
1950-1952 Box 21
 Sax, Karl
1965 Box 21
 Schermerhorn, Helen Ives
1931-1932 Box 21
 Schwartz, Jack
1955 Box 21

Scientists' Statement on the Hydrogen Bomb

 Schrader, Franz
1934 Box 21
 Science and the USSR
1944-1948 Box 21
 Science Bulletin
1945-1946 Box 21
 Science Research Associates, Inc.
1966 Box 21
 Serebrovsky, R.
1930 Box 21
 Serebrowsky, A.S.
1923-1947 Box 21
 Setterfield, H.E.
1948 Box 21
 Shapley, Harlow
1846-1948, undated Box 21
 Shull, A. Franklin
1933 Box 21
 Shull, George H.
1928-1946 Box 21
 Singleton, W. Ralph
1964 Box 21
 Sinnott, Edmund W.
1934-1968 Box 21
 Slanetz, C.A.
1930 Box 21
 Smith, John Maynard
1960 Box 21
 Snell, George D.
1929-1972 Box 21
 Snyder, L.H.
1928 Box 21
 Sokoloff, Alec
1965 Box 21
 Spain, Aid to
1937, undated Box 21
 Stadler, L.J.
1934 Box 21
 Stafford, Jean
undated Box 21
 Starr, Mark
1951 Box 21
 Steinberg, Arthur G.
1951-1973 Box 21
 Stern, Curt
1928-1970 Box 21
 Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station
1933-1934 Box 21
 Sturtevant, A.H.
1939-1961 Box 21
 Sucking, Joan
1952 Box 21
 Tan, C.C.
1946-1948 Box 21
 Taylor, C.V.
1939 Box 21
 Temkin, Oswei
1964 Box 21
 Thigpin, Lorna W.
1928-1944 Box 21
 Thompson, Edmund B.
1937 Box 21
 Thompson, Laura
1949 Box 21
 Tozzer, A.M.
1931 Box 21
 UNESCO
1950-1952, undated 3 folders Box 22
 UNESCO - Correspondence, Folder 1, 1950
  
 UNESCO - Correspondence, Folder 2, 1951
  
 UNESCO - Correspondence, Folder 3, 1952
  
 U.S.S.R.
1927-1949, undated 3 folders Box 22

Geneticists.

 U.S. Department of State
1964 Box 22
 University Federation for Intellectual Freedom
1937-1939 2 folders Box 22
 University of California, Riverside
1956 Box 22
 University Society
1930-1933 Box 22
 Van Doren, Mark
1936-1939 Box 22
 Vavilov, Nicolai
1934-1941 Box 22
 Verschuer, O. von
1962 Box 22
 Waddington, C.H.
1938-1939 Box 22
 Wagenseil, F.
1929-1933 Box 22
 Wallace, Henry A.
1928-1958 Box 22
 Warren, D.C.
1924-1930 Box 22
 Warwick, B.L.
1932 Box 22

Probability Tables for Mendelian Ratios with Small Numbers

 Waters, Nelson F.
1928-1931 Box 22
 Weaver, Thomas
1968 Box 22
 Weaver, Warren
1933-1955 Box 22
 Webster, Leslie T.
1930 Box 22
 Weidenreich, Franz
1927 Box 22
 Weiling, Franz
1927 Box 22
 Weinstein, Alexander
1930-1932, 1964 Box 22
 Weir, Jack A.
1965-1966 Box 22
 Wentworth, Edward N.
1931 Box 22
 Westergaard, Morgens
1966 Box 22
 Wheat, Frank M.
1932 Box 22
 Wheeler, J.F.G.
1933 Box 22
 White, O.E.
1931 Box 22
 Whitney, Leon F.
1925-1931 Box 22
 Wiggins, Henry H.
1953 Box 22
 Wilder, Russell
1932 Box 22
 Williams, James D.
1935 Box 22
 Williams, L. Pearce
1972 Box 22
 Willier, B.H.
1933, 1970-1971 Box 22
 Wilson, Edwin B.
1945-1954 Box 22
 Winge, O.
1956 Box 23
 Wissler, Clark
1929-1930 Box 23
 Wistar Institute
1939 Box 23
 Wolf, Ernst
1932 Box 23
 Woodbridge, Frederick James Eugene
1941 Box 23

Memorial note

 Woolf, Harry
1964 Box 23
 World War II Relief
1941-1942 Box 23
 Wright, G. Payling
1929-1930 Box 23
 Wright, Sewall
1920-1964 2 folders Box 23
 Wu, Tai Te
1969-1970 Box 23
 W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.
1933-1936 Box 23
 Yanagisawa, Kaichiro
1962-1973, undated 4 folders Box 23