Baruch S. Blumberg Papers

Mss.Ms.Coll.144

Date: 1938-2013 1950-2010 | Size: 458 Linear feet

Abstract

Baruch S. Blumberg was a biomedical researcher at the Fox Chase Cancer Center, in Philadelphia, PA, during the second half of the 20th century. His research into Australia Antigen and the Hepatitis B Virus led to a vaccine for the virus and a share of the 1976 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Dr. Blumberg also served as chief of the Geographic Medicine and Genetics Section at the NIH (1957-1964), Master of Balliol College (1989-1994), the first Director of the NASA Astrobiology Institute (1999-2002), and President of the American Philosophical Society (2005-2011).

Background note

Baruch Blumberg was one of the most influential and important biomedical researchers of the twentieth century. Fueled by an inherent curiosity, he discovered and then created the vaccine for the hepatitis B virus. In doing so he created what some have dubbed the first cancer drug and saved millions of lives. Dr. Blumberg began his illustrious career by joining the US Navy and ended it as an astrobiologist.

Born Baruch Samuel Blumberg in New York City, he grew up in a depression-era United States and was a proud "25er", being born in 1925. He attended the Yeshiva of Flatbush in Brooklyn and finished his primary education at Far Rockaway High School in Queens. Blumberg joined the United States Navy in 1943, served on a PT boat during World War Two, and remained in the Navy reserve after the war. He studied as an undergraduate at Union College where he received a degree in physics and mathematics in 1946. Shortly thereafter, he began graduate work in mathematics, but, with the advice of his father, altered course to pursue a medical degree. In the summer of 1950, as part of his medical schooling, he travelled to Moengo, Suriname, where he worked in a small clinic of a mining town on the outskirts of the Amazon forest. Between performing clinical services and conducting malaria surveys he became increasingly interested in the way different ethnicities responded to different diseases. The town itself was a melting pot of various cultures and ethnic groups including Native Americans, Javanese, Africans and Chinese. His first published paper was on the variation in the response to infection with Wuchereria bancrofti among the residents of Moengo. Although the environment and other factors were thought to contribute to most of the differences in reaction, Blumberg was intrigued by the possibility that there were inherited differences as well that caused the varied responses. It was these initial observations that would inform and direct a long career of biomedical research and discovery.

Graduating in 1951 with an M.D. from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, he worked for two years as an intern and assistant resident at the First (Columbia) Division of Bellevue Hospital until 1953. He spent the following two years as a Clinical Fellow in Medicine at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. From 1955 until 1957 he was a graduate student, working towards a PhD, in the Department of Biochemistry at Oxford University, England and a member of Balliol College to which he would return decades later to assume the position of Master.

While working on his PhD at Balliol, Dr. Blumberg went on his first trip to West Africa to take blood samples to study the inherited polymorphisms of the serum proteins of milk and hemoglobin. It was this study of inherited polymorphisms that would ultimately lead to the discovery of several new polymorphisms and the hepatitis B virus (HBV). Blumberg worked at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), from 1957 until 1964, where he was chief of the Geographic Medicine and Genetics Section. He continued his work on polymorphisms and made various connections that would be integral to his work on hepatitis B.

While researching inherited differences at the NIH, Dr. Blumberg and his team developed a method for testing patients suffering from blood diseases such as leukemia and hemophilia. Patients who had these diseases needed frequent blood transfusions, and Blumberg hypothesized that since they had received so many transfusions, the patients would develop multiple antibodies against "foreign proteins" or "antigens" that they had not inherited. These antibodies could then be used to identify the inherited factor or genetic difference. The researchers discovered a new antibody, which reacted with a protein found in the blood of an Australian Aborigine. Thus, the new antibody was called the "Australian antigen." After extensive testing, it was suspected that the "Australian antigen" was the cause of the serum hepatitis—the name then used for the infection that would later be known as hepatitis B. In 1967, having left the NIH, the suspicion was formally confirmed: the Australian antigen was the hepatitis B virus.

This discovery allowed blood donors to be checked for HBV, which dramatically reduced post-transfusion hepatitis infection and saved many lives. Most people who are infected with HBV develop antibodies to overwhelm the outer protein coat of the virus (the surface antigen HBsAg) and in doing so overcome the disease. However, about 1 person in 100 becomes a carrier. The existence of a human carrier for HBV allowed Blumberg to obtain the immunizing antigen directly from the blood of that carrier. The HBsAg was subsequently purified and proved to be a safe, effective vaccine. Blumberg shared the 1976 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine with D. Carleton Gajdusek (who did similar work on the disease kuru) for their "discoveries concerning new mechanisms for the origin and dissemination of infectious diseases."

Hepatitis B is a dangerous disease and is 100 times more infectious than HIV . Chronic hepatitis can lead to liver cancer, which is the fifth most common cause of cancer death in males throughout the world and the eighth in women. The fact that hepatitis B can lead to liver cancer means that the original hepatitis B vaccine was the first known cancer vaccine. As Jonathan Chertoff, scientific director at the Fox Chase Cancer Center, said "I think it's fair to say that [Baruch Blumberg] prevented more cancer deaths than any person who's ever lived." The hepatitis B vaccine was made in such an unprecedented way that in 1993 Blumberg and his colleague Irving Millman were elected to the National Inventors Hall of Fame. In light of all Blumberg's achievements, World Hepatitis Day has been moved to the date of his birth, July 28th.

In 1964 Blumberg left the NIH and joined The Institute for Cancer Research (later known as Fox Chase Cancer Center). He continued to be part of the Institute until his death in 2011. He filled many senior roles at FCCC, including Associate Director of Clinical Research, Vice President for Population Oncology and Distinguished Scientist and continued to be a leading name in hepatitis B and cancer research. Outside of FCCC Blumberg was Professor of Anthropology and Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and became a visiting Professor in India (Bangalore), Singapore, University of Kentucky, Indiana University, the University of Otago (New Zealand), Oxford University, and Stanford University.

After receiving the Nobel Prize, Blumberg spent the next few years traveling the world, visiting places such as Taiwan (which became the first country to have a national vaccination program) and Beijing to help pass on the knowledge of the prevention of hepatitis B to the areas that needed it most. In 1984, three years after the HBV vaccine was approved by the FDA, he was elected into the American Philosophical Society, where he would later serve as president. Five years later, in 1989, he became the Master of Balliol College at Oxford University. Blumberg was the first American and the first scientist (with the exception of a 14th century alchemist) to become master of Oxford University's oldest college .

In 1999, Dr. Blumberg became the founding Director of the NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI). He was tasked with trying to find the answer to three questions: How does life begin and evolve? Does life exist elsewhere in the universe? And what is life's future on Earth and beyond? This was a bold choice of career path; not only was astrobiology considered a fringe science at the time, but he had no experience in the field. He held the position for three years, until 2002, and later became the Senior Advisor for Biology to the Administrator of NASA. In March of 2003 he joined the Board of Trustees of the SETI Institute, expanding his involvement in the realm of astrobiology. In 2005 he was elected president of the American Philosophical Society and he remained in that position until his death in 2011 at the age of 85. He died shortly after delivering the keynote speech at the International Lunar Research Park Exploratory Workshop. Dr. Blumberg was a philosopher, an anthropologist and a scientist. He is survived by his wife, four children and nine grandchildren.

Arrangement

The Baruch S. Blumberg papers are arranged alphabetically unless otherwise noted in the series descriptions. Some of the oversized or odd format materials at the end of the collection include arrangement by size or format.

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

Physical description

The collection is 458 linear feet.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access:

The Baruch S. Blumberg Papers include personal medical information in several series. Personal medical information is considered restricted material and the curator of manuscripts should be consulted before requesting. Notes have been added to files that include such information.

Separated material

The Research Data series covers several types: 1) bulk statistical data, 2) medical research surveys/questionnaires, 3) bulk forms from lab tests (usually from sera samples), and 4) materials with personal medical information (hospital admission records, tests and results, materials from participation in medical research, etc.). These materials generally have minimal research value or are restricted based on the presence of medical information.

Related material

The archives of Balliol College, Oxford University, holds materials from Baruch Blumberg's time as Master. These materials include records regarding the election of Dr. Blumberg as Master, administrative records, photographs, a bound volume of publications and talks by Blumberg while Master, some correspondence, and other materials. Contact the Curator of Manuscripts at APS and the Balliol College Archives and Manuscripts collection for further information.

Indexing Terms


Corporate Name(s)

  • American Philosophical Society
  • Balliol College (University of Oxford)
  • Fox Chase Cancer Center. American Oncologic Hospital (AOH). Institute for Cancer Research (ICR)
  • Library of Congress
  • NASA Astrobiology Institute
  • National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
  • Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant (Pa.)
  • United States. National Institutes of Health
  • University of Pennsylvania

Geographic Name(s)

  • Rongelap Atoll (Marshall Islands)
  • Senegal

Personal Name(s)

  • Blumberg, Baruch S., 1925-2011
  • Economidou, Ioanna
  • Hesser, Jana E.
  • Knudson, Alfred G., Dr. (Alfred George)
  • Lechat, , M. F. (Michel F.) -- Correspondence
  • London, W. Thomas, Dr.
  • Melartin Prehn, Liisa -- Correspondence
  • Millman, Irving, Dr., 1923-2012
  • Talbot, Timothy R., Jr., Dr., 1916-1988
  • Vierucci, Alberto

Subject(s)

  • AIDS (Disease)
  • Blood Transfusion
  • Blood banks
  • Cancer -- Research
  • Down syndrome
  • Hepatitis.
  • Leprosy.
  • Liver Cancer
  • Nobel Prizes.
  • Rheumatism
  • Science Philosophy

Collection overview

1952-201075 box
19763 box

These three boxes contain correspondence congratulating Dr. Blumberg on winning the Nobel Prize as well as thank you letters sent in response.

1971-19854 volsbox 75a

These items are phone call memo books with carbon copies of notes taken by secretaries during phone calls.

1947-201280 box
 87 boxbox 154:
folder 10

The materials that constitute the Research Data series cover several types: 1) bulk statistical data, 2) medical research surveys/questionnaires, 3) bulk forms from lab tests (usually from sera samples), and 4) materials with personal medical information (hospital admission records, tests and results, materials from particiaption in medical research, etc). These materials generally have minimal research value or are restricted based on the presence of medical information.

Please consult the Curator of Manuscripts for research inquiries or any questions regarding this series.

 23 folders

These materials contain personal medical information that is restricted. Some folders are removed from their parent folder and are marked as such. Consult the Curator of Manuscripts for more information.

1979-19978.5 Linear FeetOriginal description included number 13 (13 folders)

Series IIa contains materials related to the Woodchuck Hepatitis Virus (WHV).

1972-20120.5 Linear FeetOriginal description included note for 7.5 folders

Series IIb contains research materials related to the use of Phyllanthus plants for treatment of hepatitis.

1950-201136 box

Series III contains materials related to bodies and organizations in which Dr. Blumberg was a contributing member. These include journals, editorial boards, academies, universities, foundations, etc. The four sub-series within Committees & Organizations are the organizations that played the largest part in his research and career.

1955-20114 box

The Balliol series comprises materials from Blumberg's time at Balliol College and the University of Oxford. Most of these materials pertain to his term served as Master of Balliol (1989-1994), some materials from his time as a Fellow in the 1970s, and a small amount dating to the 1950s when he was a graduate student. He continued to maintain contacts and relations with Balliol and Oxford after his time as Master with materials spanning through 2011.

1961-201116 box

The American Oncologic Hospital and Institute for Cancer Research merged in the creation of the Fox Chase Cancer Center in 1974. Baruch Blumberg had affiliations with both the AOH and ICR prior to the formation of the FCCC. This series includes materials from all three organizations.

1997-201123 box

Dr. Blumberg was appointed the inaugural director of the NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI) in 1999 and served in that role until 2002. He continued to have connections with NASA for the remainder of his career. This series contains a wealth of administrative materials as well as materials related to developing the purpose and mission of the NAI.

1957-201148 box

The Events Series is a collection of materials from Conferences, Symposiums, Meetings, travel, and other types of events that Dr. Blumberg attended. These files contain materials such as logistical correspondence; announcements, fliers or invitations to events; and other types of materials related to various events or engagements.

1971-200810 box

The consulting series contains materials related to Dr. Blumberg's work as a scientific or medical consultant for a wide range of groups. His consulting ranged from pharmaceutical development to medical research to public health. Series V is general consulting, series Va contains any scientific or medical consulting in the legal realm, and series Vb is material from his service on science advisory boards.

1985-2004; 1992-19987 box

These seven boxes contain materials for a number of lawsuits in which Blumberg served as a consultant. Materials include, but are not limited to, time sheets and records of activities, correspondence, reports and legal briefs.

1975-201012 box

This sub-series contains materials from Dr. Blumberg's service as an outside science advisor to various groups and organizations. It contains correspondence, memos, reports, minutes, etc.

1942-201135 box

The Works by Blumberg series also includes the journals of Dr. Blumberg.

Series VI contains the published and unpublished works by Baruch S. Blumberg. Notes are included to denote additional authors. Accompanying the Works by Blumberg series are multiple bound volumes of Blumberg's reprints numbered in chronological order. These numbers are listed in the folder descriptions of corresponding items.

1963-19884 box
1979-20016.5 box

These boxes contain drafts of Blumberg's book as well as a small amount of comments and correspondence with publishers.

Several working titles of the book include: "Follow the Yellow Road", "Searching and Finding", "Seeking and Finding", and "Flying with Daedalus".

1942-2011100 vols.

Dr. Blumberg was an avid diarist and kept journals throughout his life. These journals include a lot of added material (brochures, business cards, photographs, news clippings, and more) inserted into the volumes, somewhat like a scrapbook. Several of the volumes are heavily descriptive in nature as Dr. Blumberg was reflecting on aspects of his career and the philosophy of basic scientific research (Volume 31 is the best example of this), while other volumes are much more note and outline based.

  
1941-201030 box
1967-19884 box
1951-20066 box
1956-19966 ln._ft.
1973-19831 box
1973, 1982-19861 box

The Grants series includes approved, rejected, and unfunded grants. The latter two have individual sub-series.

1968-20009.5 box

Series IX contains materials related to patents. This series contains a number of folders with correspondence.

1966-19993.5 box

Blumberg taught a number of courses in Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Biomedicine, and Human Biology at the University of Pennsylvania in the 1970s and 1980s and at Stanford University in the late 1990s. This series contains of specific course related materials, like syllabi and reading lists, as well as general reading and reference materials, mostly reprints of scientific articles, which he drew upon in creating and leading these courses.

1938-20118 box

The Personal and Family series includes a variety of materials of a personal nature including family correspondence, professional appointments and honorary degrees, insurance and medical practice materials, student work, travel, and government employment records.

1976-19784 box

This Nobel Prize sub-series includes a range of materials related to the Nobel Prize of 1976.

1975-20102 box
1944-200811.5 box
1943-200622 box

The Photographic series includes all formats of photographic materials. Each format is arranged in its own sub-series.

1964-19723 box
1950-19995 box
undated1 boxbox 507

Lantern slides are images of charts and graphics that appear to be lecture slides.

1950-2004 
1968 & undated7 box
1970-200614 box

Series XV contains all of the audio and visual materials in the collection. Each format is grouped into its own sub-series. Several of these sub-series are arranged chronologically and a note has been added where appropriate.

1970-20053 box
1977-19894 box

These microcassettes contain recordings of Baruch Blumberg during his travels. These tapes were often used for dictation of his journals. Titles for each tape were drawn from whatever was written on the cassettes by Dr. Blumberg. Some of the tapes were reused and a number of the tapes at the end of the series had their labels erased.

1987-200625 videotape(s)
1972-19816 reel(s)
1957-1958 and undated4 boxbox 525a-d
1977-20085 box

The Digital Media series is all of the material on digital formats. The majority of this series is on 5 1/4" and 3 1/2" floppy disks.

1964-199310.5 box

The Personnel Series is made up of materials related to employment in the Blumberg lab at the Fox Chase Cancer Center. Materials related to compensation, letters of recommendation, or performance evaluations were not retained. These files contain a significant amount of correspondence regarding logistics, research, job inquiry, and some personal matters.

1985-19890.5 box
1956-20116 box

These calendars are a combination of pocket calendars and wall calendars.

1940s, 1973, undated2 box

A collection of personal physical objects.

1943-200915 box

The Oversized series includes all oversized material. The contents of this series include newspapers, large graphics and images, maps, rolled items, posters, etc. These materials are grouped and arranged by size.

 4 box
 1 box
1943-20092 box
 58 item(s)box 559

This box is filled with rolled graphs labeled as "John McMichael's Graphs".

 2 boxbox 560 and 561

Lecture posters, diplomas for honorary degrees, large number of pedigrees.

1954-200014 foldersLH-B-25-3 and LH-B-25-5
 15 item(s)
1950s-2000s3 box
 7 box


Detailed Inventory

Series I. Correspondence
1952-201075 box

Arrangement: The correspondence is arranged alphabetically and chronologically within each file.

Separated material: Medical information from correspondence moved to a restricted box at the end of the series. Notes are made in the individual folders. Redacted copies of these files were left in the original folder.

Related material: Certain significant and/or long term members of the Blumberg lab have correspondence in their personnel file. Such files in the Personnel Series have a descriptive note where applicable.

#
 1 folderbox 1:
folder 1
Aa
 1 folderbox 1:
folder 2
Ab
 1 folderbox 1:
folder 3
Abbot Diagnostics
1969-1986, 19911 folderbox 1:
folder 4
Abbott Laboratories. Overby/Christofferson Letters re: Antisera.
1980-81, 1983, 19921 folderbox 1:
folder 5
Abbot-Northwestern Hospital Corporation
19701 folderbox 1:
folder 6
Abbottempo
1970-19711 folderbox 1:
folder 7

Separated material: Pamphlet "Abbettempo Book 1" was moved to Printed Materials.

Abdullah II, King of Jordan
2006-20071 folderbox 1:
folder 8
Abe, Masahide
1966-681 folderbox 1:
folder 9
Ac
 1 folderbox 1:
folder 10
Academic Press, Inc
1961-19951 folderbox 1:
folder 11
Academy of Medicine, Toronto
19711 folderbox 1:
folder 12
Acharya, N. Bhaskara
1985-19861 folderbox 1:
folder 13
Ackerman, H. W.
1976 & 19781 folderbox 1:
folder 14
Acta Anthropogenetica
1975-19811 folderbox 1:
folder 15
Ad
 1 folderbox 1:
folder 16
Adams Associates
19951 folderbox 1:
folder 17
Adams, Duncan
19941 folderbox 1:
folder 18
Addis, Mrs. Roland
1971-1972, 19851 folderbox 1:
folder 19
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
19941 folderbox 1:
folder 20
Adhikari, B. P.
19811 folderbox 1:
folder 21

Indian Statistical Institute

Adinolfi, M.
1969-19701 folderbox 1:
folder 22
Adler, Richard C.
1964 & 19771 folderbox 1:
folder 23
Adler, Ruth G.
1974 & 19831 folderbox 1:
folder 24

A. G. Edwards & Sons, Inc.

Advisory Board of the Vittal Mallya Scientific Research Foundation
19861 folderbox 1:
folder 25
Af-Ai
 1 folderbox 1:
folder 26
Agarwal, Anil
19961 folderbox 1:
folder 27
Agarwal, S. S.
1966-1986, 19971 folderbox 1:
folder 28
Agolini, Giuliano
19691 folderbox 1:
folder 29
Aho, Kimmo
19731 folderbox 1:
folder 30
Ahuja, Raj
1967 & 19701 folderbox 1:
folder 31

Background note: Brother of Ahuja, Yog R.

Ahuja, Mrs. Santosh
19701 folderbox 1:
folder 32
Ahuja, Yog R.
1969-19711 folderbox 1:
folder 33

Background note: Brother of Ahuja, Raj

Aj-Ak
 1 folderbox 1:
folder 34
Aksoy, Muzaffer
1961-19621 folderbox 1:
folder 35
Al
 1 folderbox 1:
folder 36
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1956, 1964, 1970-19821 folderbox 1:
folder 37

Includes correspondence with Irwin M. Arias.

Albert Einstein Medical Center
1965-19771 folderbox 1:
folder 38

Includes correspondence with George Ehrlich and Richard Levy.

Albert & Mary Lasker Foundation
1967-19691 folderbox 2:
folder 1
Albert-Recht, F.
19691 folderbox 2:
folder 2
Alberts, Bruce
1995-1996, 2001, 20031 folderbox 2:
folder 3

Background note: President of NAS

Alcalay, Glenn
19791 folderbox 2:
folder 4
Alexander, Jennifer (J. J.)
1976-19771 folderbox 2:
folder 5
Alibazah, Partomo M.
1960-19611 folderbox 2:
folder 6
Allam, Carles K.
19721 folderbox 2:
folder 7

Subject(s): Blood banks

Allen, Fred H., Jr.
1958-1968, 19751 folderbox 2:
folder 8

Subject(s): Blood banks

Allen, J. Garrott
1958, 1969-1970, 1974-1980; 1974-19801 folderbox 2:
folder 9

Separated material: Reprint titled "Acute Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation and Fibrinolysis" moved to the "Works by Others" series.

Allison, Anthony C.
1956-20061 folderbox 2:
folder 10
Almeida, Jose O.
1969-19711 folderbox 2:
folder 11
Alpers, Michael P.
1980 & 19971 folderbox 2:
folder 12
Alpha Omega Alpha
1984, 2000, 20061 folderbox 2:
folder 13
Alter, Harvey J.
1964-1988, 20021 folderbox 2:
folder 14
Alternate Current International
19941 folderbox 2:
folder 15
Am
 1 folderbox 2:
folder 16
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1958, 1994-19951 folderbox 2:
folder 17
American Association for Advancement of Science
1961, 1968, 1997-1998, 2001, 20051 folderbox 2:
folder 18
American Association of Blood Banks
1968 & 19711 folderbox 2:
folder 19
American Association of Immunologists
19721 folderbox 2:
folder 20
American Association of Physicians
1975-19761 folderbox 3:
folder 1
American Association for the Study of Liver Disease. Publications.
1980-19821 folderbox 3:
folder 2

Related material: See also Irwin Arias correspondence.

American Board of Internal Medicine
1968-19691 folderbox 3:
folder 3
American Cancer Society, Inc
1968-19861 folderbox 3:
folder 4

Separated material: "Statement by ACS before President's Biomedical Research Panel" moved to Printed Materials.

American Cancer Society, Inc. Kain Moses Group.
19771 folderbox 3:
folder 5
American Cancer Society, Inc. Science Writers' Seminar.
1968-19861 folderbox 3:
folder 6
American College of Physicians
1966-1981, 1994-19951 folderbox 3:
folder 7
American Committe for the Weizmann Institute of Science
1977-1979, 1987, 1996, 2004-20051 folderbox 3:
folder 8
American Epidemiological Society
19691 folderbox 3:
folder 9
American Eugenics Society Inc
19581 folderbox 3:
folder 10
American Federation for Clinical Research
1959-19741 folderbox 3:
folder 11
American Friends of the Hebrew University
1977-19831 folderbox 3:
folder 12
American Gastroenterological Association
1969-1970, 19781 folderbox 3:
folder 13
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
20061 folderbox 3:
folder 14
American Institute for the Study of Racial and Religous Cooperation
19851 folderbox 3:
folder 15
American Jewish Committee
1979-19811 folderbox 3:
folder 16
American Journal of Clinical Pathology
1963 & 19711 folderbox 3:
folder 17
American Journal of Human Genetics
1962-19841 folderbox 3:
folder 18

Includes correspondence with the following editors: C. Nash Herndon, H. Eldon Sutton, and Arno G. Motulsky.

American Journal of Medicine
1958-1959, 1967-1970, 1980, 19881 folderbox 3:
folder 19
American Journal of Nursing
19711 folderbox 3:
folder 20
American Journal of Physical Anthropology
1971 & 19771 folderbox 3:
folder 21
American Leprosy Foundation
1968, 1980, 19831 folderbox 3:
folder 22
American Liver Foundation
1980, 1989-91, 19961 folderbox 3:
folder 23
American Medical Association
1961-1979; 1967-19711 folderbox 3:
folder 24
American National Red Cross
1969-19781 folderbox 3:
folder 25
American Oncologic Hospital
1968-19832 foldersbox 4:
folder 1:
box 3:
folder 26

Folder spans merger of American Oncologic Hospital and Institute for Cancer Research into Fox Chase Cancer Center in 1974. Small amounts of correspondence regarding various committees including: Scientific Review Comm (1969-1970), Clinical Investigations Review Comm (1971), Joint Tumor Comm (1973), Professional Activities Comm (1974-5), Pharmacology search Comm (1979)

American Oxonian
1997-1998, 20041 folderbox 4:
folder 2

Publication of the Association of American Rhodes Scholars

American Philosophical Society
1980-20041 folderbox 4:
folder 3
American Physicians Fellowship, Inc
1972 & 19811 folderbox 4:
folder 4
American Rheumatism Association
1957-19711 folderbox 4:
folder 5
American Society for Clinical Investigation
1955, 1965-19831 folderbox 4:
folder 6
American Society of Clinical Pathologists
19701 folderbox 4:
folder 7
American Society of Human Genetics
1956-19821 folderbox 4:
folder 8

Folder includes correspondence, minutes, and constitution.

American Technion Society. Philadelphia Chapter.
1976-19791 folderbox 4:
folder 9
American Thoracic Society
2004-20051 folderbox 4:
folder 10
Ames, Bruce N.
19891 folderbox 4:
folder 11
Amos, D. Bernard
19721 folderbox 4:
folder 12
Amsterdam, Gustave G.
19781 folderbox 4:
folder 13
An
 1 folderbox 4:
folder 14
Anderson, P. W.
1980 & 19941 folderbox 4:
folder 15
Anderson, Tom F.
1969-19861 folderbox 4:
folder 16
Anderson, V. Elving
1960-19861 folderbox 4:
folder 17
Annals of Human Genetics
1962-19641 folderbox 4:
folder 18
Annals of Internal Medicine
1966-1978, 19961 folderbox 4:
folder 19
Annan, Kofi
19991 folderbox 4:
folder 20
Annual Reviews, Inc
1964-19761 folderbox 4:
folder 21
Annual Review of Medicine
1965-19721 folderbox 4:
folder 22
Anthony, Forrest
1992-1994, 20091 folderbox 4:
folder 23
Anthropolgishces Institut der Johannes Gutenberg-Universitaet Mainz
19721 folderbox 4:
folder 24
Antibodies Incorporated
19861 folderbox 4:
folder 25
Antula-Jovanic, Ljuba
1963-19691 folderbox 4:
folder 26

Separated material: 3 articles moved to Works by Others

Ap
 1 folderbox 4:
folder 27
Apgar, Virginia
1962 & 19691 folderbox 4:
folder 28
Ar
 1 folderbox 4:
folder 29
Archives of Internal Medicine
19701 folderbox 4:
folder 30
ARCO Chemical Company
1987-19961 folderbox 4:
folder 31
Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory
1958-19661 folderbox 4:
folder 32
Arctic Health Research Center
19581 folderbox 4:
folder 33
Arends, Tulio
1963-19731 folderbox 4:
folder 34
Areson, Peter
1976-19781 folderbox 4:
folder 35
Arias, Irwin M.
1970-20041 folderbox 5:
folder 1

See also "Albert Einstein College of Medicine" as well as "American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases"

Arizona State University
2000 & 20031 folderbox 5:
folder 2
Armato, Ubaldo
19691 folderbox 5:
folder 3
Armbrust, Arthur
undated1 folderbox 5:
folder 4
Armengaud, N.
1975-19801 folderbox 5:
folder 5
Armstrong, Bradford
1983-19841 folderbox 5:
folder 6
Arneaud, J. D.
1967-19681 folderbox 5:
folder 7
Arnold, Marlene S.
1980-19811 folderbox 5:
folder 8
Arntz, Deidre
19791 folderbox 5:
folder 9
Artnz, William C.
1978-20011 folderbox 5:
folder 10

See Franklin & Marshall College

Aronoff, A.
1969-19701 folderbox 5:
folder 11
Arons, Karlis
19791 folderbox 5:
folder 12
Arslan, Rinchyn
1971 & 19951 folderbox 5:
folder 13
Arthritis and Rheumatism
1953-1970, 1992, 19982 foldersbox 5:
folder 14

Background note: Also known as the Arthritis Foundation

Early correspondence in this file regards a fellowship held by Blumberg.

As
 1 folderbox 5:
folder 15
Ascherman, Norman R.
1978-19961 folderbox 5:
folder 16
Ascherman, Stanford W.
19971 folderbox 5:
folder 17
Ash, Eric, Sir
19931 folderbox 5:
folder 18
Ashmolean Club
1991-20001 folderbox 5:
folder 19
Ashton, Norman
19551 folderbox 5:
folder 20
Ashton, Susannah
1990-19911 folderbox 5:
folder 21
The Association of the Alumni College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University
1968, 1989, 1996-1999, 2003-41 folderbox 5:
folder 22
Association of American Cancer Institutes
1970-19761 folderbox 5:
folder 23
Association of American Rhodes Scholars
1983 & 20011 folderbox 5:
folder 24
Association of American Physicians
1976-19811 folderbox 5:
folder 25
Aster, Richard H.
1970-19831 folderbox 5:
folder 26
At
 1 folderbox 5:
folder 27
Athenæum Club (London, England)
1991 & 1995; 19911 folderbox 5:
folder 28
Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission
1959-19701 folderbox 5:
folder 29
Au
 1 folderbox 5:
folder 30
Australian Red Cross Society
1969-19721 folderbox 5:
folder 31
Automobile Association (Great Britain)
1956-19571 folderbox 5:
folder 32
Av
 1 folderbox 5:
folder 33
Ax
 1 folderbox 5:
folder 34
Ay
 1 folderbox 5:
folder 35
Ayala, Francisco Morales
19741 folderbox 5:
folder 36
Ayala, Francisco J.
1981 & 20101 folderbox 6:
folder 1
Ayd, Frank J., Jr.
19611 folderbox 6:
folder 2
Az
 1 folderbox 6:
folder 3
Ba
 1 folderbox 6:
folder 4
Bachman, Leonard
1972-1982, 19921 folderbox 6:
folder 5
Bachmann, Lawrence P.
19841 folderbox 6:
folder 6
Bacteriological Reviews
19851 folderbox 6:
folder 7
Baehr, Barbara
1977-19821 folderbox 6:
folder 8
Bahn, Anita K.
1974-19751 folderbox 6:
folder 9
Bahu, Raja M.
1969-19701 folderbox 6:
folder 10
Bair, Marjorie H.
1978-1981, 1985, 1992, 19941 folderbox 6:
folder 11
Bait-Miriam, Mariassa
1961-19721 folderbox 6:
folder 12
Baitsch, H.
1960 & 19641 folderbox 6:
folder 13
Ballantyne, Margaret Colgate (Coco)
1998-20061 folderbox 6:
folder 14
Banks, Leslie
1960-19611 folderbox 6:
folder 15
Bannister, Roger, Sir
1989-1990, 20071 folderbox 6:
folder 16
Barboni, F.
19651 folderbox 6:
folder 17
Barinov, Lev
1980-1981, 1984, 20011 folderbox 6:
folder 18
Barinsky, I. F.
19931 folderbox 6:
folder 19
Barker, Clyde
19921 folderbox 6:
folder 20
Barker, R. D.
1956-19571 folderbox 6:
folder 21
Barnes, John H., III
19881 folderbox 6:
folder 22
Barnicot, N. A.
1957, 1961-19651 folderbox 6:
folder 23
Barrai, I.
1969-19711 folderbox 6:
folder 24
Barrois, Veronique
1975-1979, 19861 folderbox 6:
folder 25

Separated material: See also Veronique Barrois materials in the Research Series.

Bar-Shany, S.
1971-19721 folderbox 6:
folder 26

Subject(s): Blood banks

Bartholomew, Courtenay
1977-1996, 2003, 20101 folderbox 6:
folder 27

Geographic Name(s): Trinidad

Baruah, Mrinal Kr.
19811 folderbox 6:
folder 28
Bastiaans, M. J. S.
1979-19801 folderbox 6:
folder 29
Bauer, Henry
1969-19701 folderbox 6:
folder 30
Bauer, Klausdieter
1980 & 19871 folderbox 6:
folder 31
Baum, John
19701 folderbox 6:
folder 32
Baumes, Rose-Marie
19721 folderbox 6:
folder 33
Baxi, Arvind J.
1962-1972, 1979-19861 folderbox 6:
folder 34
Bayer, Manfred E.
1974-1984, 19961 folderbox 6:
folder 35
Bayliss, Richard
1955 & 19591 folderbox 6:
folder 36
Be
 1 folderbox 7:
folder 1
Beal, Charles B.
19991 folderbox 7:
folder 2

Subject(s): HIV (Viruses)

Bearcroft, W. G. C.
19691 folderbox 7:
folder 3

Separated material: "Susceptibility of Patas Monkeys to Re-Infection with Infectious Hepatitis" moved to Works by Others series.

Bearn, Alexander G.
1959-19801 folderbox 7:
folder 4
Beasley, Palmer
1974-19891 folderbox 7:
folder 5
Bechelli, L. M.
1966, 1968-19721 folderbox 7:
folder 6
Becker, Frederick F.
1983-20031 folderbox 7:
folder 7
Beckett, Timothy
19791 folderbox 7:
folder 8
The Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry
1989-19941 folderbox 7:
folder 9
Beckman, Lars
19771 folderbox 7:
folder 10
Beeson, Paul
1960 & 19721 folderbox 7:
folder 11
Beigler, Myron A.
19781 folderbox 7:
folder 12
Bell, George I.
19851 folderbox 7:
folder 13
Bell, Whitfeld J., Jr.
1978 & 19871 folderbox 7:
folder 14

Background note: APS Librarian 1966-1980, APS Exec Officer 1977-1983

Belliveau, Fred
1959, 1961, 19741 folderbox 7:
folder 15
Belloni, Luigi
19591 folderbox 7:
folder 16
Bellow, Saul
1981-19831 folderbox 7:
folder 17

Background note: Nobel - 1976 & Pulitzer - 1976

Ben-Gurion University
2000-20091 folderbox 7:
folder 18
Bennett, Charles L.
1962, 1995-19961 folderbox 7:
folder 19
Bennett, Dave
1980-19811 folderbox 7:
folder 20
Bennett, J. H.
19651 folderbox 7:
folder 21
Bennett, N. McK.
19691 folderbox 7:
folder 22
Bennett, Peter H.
1977-19861 folderbox 7:
folder 23
Benson, Gordon
1969-1970, 19971 folderbox 7:
folder 24
Benson, Peter R.
1977-19781 folderbox 7:
folder 25
Berendes, H. W.
19611 folderbox 7:
folder 26
Berg, Kare
1962-1968, 1972, 19991 folderbox 7:
folder 27
Berg, Paul
1998-20001 folderbox 7:
folder 28
Bergada, Cesar
19701 folderbox 7:
folder 29
Berger, Daniel
1991-19981 folderbox 7:
folder 30
Bergman, Aviv
2003-20061 folderbox 7:
folder 31
Bergsma, Daniel
1966-19671 folderbox 7:
folder 32
Berk, Paul D.
19831 folderbox 7:
folder 33
Berlin, Byron S.
19691 folderbox 7:
folder 34
Bernadotte, Lennart, Count
1983 & 19891 folderbox 7:
folder 35
Bernadotte, Sonja, Countess
1989-20091 folderbox 7:
folder 36
Bernanke, A. David
1961-19641 folderbox 7:
folder 37
Bernoff, Robert A.
1982-19831 folderbox 7:
folder 38
Bernstein, Lawson F.
1982-19831 folderbox 8:
folder 1
Bernstein, Marlyn
1998-19991 folderbox 8:
folder 2
Bernstein, Ralph E.
1964-19871 folderbox 8:
folder 3
Berovic, Zagorka
19561 folderbox 8:
folder 4
Berridge, Virginia
19901 folderbox 8:
folder 5
Berson, Lenora
1981-19911 folderbox 8:
folder 6
Bethesda Research Laboratories, Inc
1981-19821 folderbox 8:
folder 7
Beth Israel Medical Center
19961 folderbox 8:
folder 8
Beye, Henry K.
19631 folderbox 8:
folder 9
Beyer, Karl
19841 folderbox 8:
folder 10
Bh-Bj
 1 folderbox 8:
folder 11
Bhana, T.
1971-19721 folderbox 8:
folder 12
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
19861 folderbox 8:
folder 13
Bhargava, Pushpa M.
1986-1988, 19941 folderbox 8:
folder 14
Bhat, Prabhakar R.
1986-19871 folderbox 8:
folder 15
Bianchi, Diana W.
1977-1995, 20091 folderbox 8:
folder 16
Bielicki, Tadeusz
19611 folderbox 8:
folder 17
Billingham, Rupert E.
1966-19721 folderbox 8:
folder 18
Billington, James F.
2005-20061 folderbox 8:
folder 19

Background note: James H. Billington served as Librarian of Congress 1987-2015.

Binford, Chapman H.
1963-19841 folderbox 8:
folder 20
Binswanger, Suzanne N.
19661 folderbox 8:
folder 21
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta
1959-19611 folderbox 8:
folder 22
Biomedical Sciences
19621 folderbox 8:
folder 23
Bio-Science Laboratories
1956, 1967-19691 folderbox 8:
folder 24
Bismarck, Michael
1970-19711 folderbox 8:
folder 25

Subject(s): Germany (East)

Bittles, A. H.
1986,1995-19961 folderbox 8:
folder 26
Bjorkman, Eleanor
19681 folderbox 8:
folder 27
Bjorneboe, M.
1969-19721 folderbox 8:
folder 28
Bl
 1 folderbox 8:
folder 29
Blackwell's Limited
1962-1968, 1979, 1995-19961 folderbox 8:
folder 30
Blair, Deeda
19891 folderbox 8:
folder 31
Blanc, Madeleine
19771 folderbox 8:
folder 32
Blatt, (Mrs.) Feigele
1970-19771 folderbox 8:
folder 33
Blatt, Howard
1982 & 19861 folderbox 8:
folder 34
Blatt, Joseph M. (Yossi)
1978-19821 folderbox 8:
folder 35
Blattner, William A.
1986-19911 folderbox 8:
folder 36
Blitzer, Jonathan B.
1976 & 19891 folderbox 8:
folder 37
Blitzer, William F.
1982-1983, 1992, 20021 folderbox 8:
folder 38
Block, Timothy
1990-20091 folderbox 8:
folder 39
Blood (publication)
1962-65, 19811 folderbox 8:
folder 40
Blood Center of Southeastern Wisconsin
19831 folderbox 8:
folder 41

Subject(s): Blood banks

Bloom, Henry H.
19701 folderbox 8:
folder 42
Bloom, Jerry
1969-19731 folderbox 8:
folder 43
Bloom, Norman
19771 folderbox 8:
folder 44
Bluhm, G. B.
1984-19851 folderbox 8:
folder 45
Blumberg, A. W.
19691 folderbox 9:
folder 1
Blumberg, Baruch - 80th Birthday
20051 folderbox 9:
folder 2
Bo
 1 folderbox 9:
folder 3
Board of Education of the City of New York
19681 folderbox 9:
folder 4
Bodine, John
1984 & 19911 folderbox 9:
folder 5
Bodmer, Julia
1974 & 19911 folderbox 9:
folder 6
Bodmer, Walter F.
1971-1986, 1991, 19961 folderbox 9:
folder 7
Boettcher, Barry
1975 & 19931 folderbox 9:
folder 8
Böhlke, Rainer
1993 & 19961 folderbox 9:
folder 9
Boland, Edward W.
1962-19641 folderbox 9:
folder 10
Bollet, Alfred Jay
1964-19651 folderbox 9:
folder 11
Bomze, Rich
1985, 1991-1999, 2007-20091 folderbox 9:
folder 12
Bonacker, Ludwig H.
19831 folderbox 9:
folder 13
Bongers, Hermine L.
19711 folderbox 9:
folder 14
Bonhoeffer, Sebastian
1994 & 19991 folderbox 9:
folder 15
Bonne, Batsheva
1962-19681 folderbox 9:
folder 16
Bonomo, E.
1969-19701 folderbox 9:
folder 17
Bonomo, Lorenzo
1966-19701 folderbox 9:
folder 18
Boom, Ramon A.
1969-19741 folderbox 9:
folder 19
Boots Pure Drug Company LTD
19561 folderbox 9:
folder 20
Bordalo, Orlando
19801 folderbox 9:
folder 21
Borek, Ernest
1969, 1980-19811 folderbox 9:
folder 22
Borella, Luis
19701 folderbox 9:
folder 23
Bosken, Carol
1967-19681 folderbox 9:
folder 24
Boucot, Katherine R.
1960-19701 folderbox 9:
folder 25
Bova, G. Steven
19791 folderbox 9:
folder 26
Bowers, Evelyn
1974-1987, 19981 folderbox 9:
folder 27
Boyce, A. J.
19841 folderbox 9:
folder 28
Boyd, W. C.
1959-19621 folderbox 9:
folder 29
Boyer, Samuel H.
1959-19601 folderbox 9:
folder 30
Br
 1 folderbox 9:
folder 31
Bradford, Karen
2000-20051 folderbox 9:
folder 32
Bradley, Daniel
1974 & 19871 folderbox 9:
folder 33
Brady, Luther W.
1978-19901 folderbox 9:
folder 34
Brainerd, Henry
1956, 1961-19621 folderbox 9:
folder 35
Brandenberger, W.
1969-19701 folderbox 10:
folder 1
Bras, G.
1967-19681 folderbox 10:
folder 2
Braswell, Emory
19591 folderbox 10:
folder 3
Braunwald, Eugene
19821 folderbox 10:
folder 4
Braverman, Avishay
2002-20051 folderbox 10:
folder 5
Brea, Aulio R.
1970-19871 folderbox 10:
folder 6
Brecount, David
19671 folderbox 10:
folder 7
Breen, John F.
1981-19821 folderbox 10:
folder 8
Breiner, Sheldon
1996-20061 folderbox 10:
folder 9

Separated material: See Works by Others series.

Brem, Thomas H.
1962 & 19641 folderbox 10:
folder 10
Bridges International Peace Foundation
2004-20051 folderbox 10:
folder 11
Brinster, R. L.
1987 & 19961 folderbox 10:
folder 12
Bristol Laboratories
19701 folderbox 10:
folder 13
Bristol-Myers Squibb
1992 & 20071 folderbox 10:
folder 14
British Airways
1990-20071 folderbox 10:
folder 15
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
1983-20021 folderbox 10:
folder 16
British Museum. Department of Ethnography
19751 folderbox 10:
folder 17
British Museum (Natural History)
19851 folderbox 10:
folder 18
Brocteur, J.
19701 folderbox 10:
folder 19
Brodie, H. Keith H.
19681 folderbox 10:
folder 20
Brookhaven National Laboratory
1959-19821 folderbox 10:
folder 21

Folder includes correspondence with V. P. Bond, E. P. Cronkite, and Lee F. Farr.

Brooks, Frank P.
1968, 1977, 19841 folderbox 10:
folder 22
Brown, Bobby C.
19721 folderbox 10:
folder 23
Brown, Fred
1992-19931 folderbox 10:
folder 24
Brown, Harold W.
1955-19701 folderbox 10:
folder 25
Brown, Kenneth
19671 folderbox 10:
folder 26
Brown, R. F.
19701 folderbox 10:
folder 27
Brozek, Josef
1962-19641 folderbox 10:
folder 28
Brubaker, Merlin L
1966, 1973, 19891 folderbox 10:
folder 29
Bruce, David L.
1969-1970, 19831 folderbox 10:
folder 30
Bruckner, I.
19701 folderbox 10:
folder 31
Brummelhuis, H. G. J.
1971-19721 folderbox 10:
folder 32
Bryant, John H.
1957-19971 folderbox 10:
folder 33
Bu
1969-19701 folderbox 10:
folder 34
Buckley, Rebecca
1969-19701 folderbox 10:
folder 35
Buetow, Kenneth H.
1986, 1992, 19981 folderbox 10:
folder 36
Buettner-Janusch, John
1959-19661 folderbox 10:
folder 37
Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine
1968-19691 folderbox 10:
folder 38
Bulletin of Pathology
1968-19691 folderbox 10:
folder 39
Bulloch, Penny
1984, 1989, 2001-2002, ND1 folderbox 10:
folder 40
Bundle of His
19721 folderbox 10:
folder 41
Bunim, Jospeh J.
1958-19631 folderbox 10:
folder 42
Burch, Thomas A.
1967-19701 folderbox 10:
folder 43
Burka, Edward R.
19701 folderbox 10:
folder 44
Burkhardt, Frederick
19771 folderbox 10:
folder 45
Burnet, F. Macfarlane, Sir
1961 & 19691 folderbox 10:
folder 46
Bush, George H. W.
19901 folderbox 10:
folder 47
Bush, George W.
20011 folderbox 10:
folder 48
Butler, John F.
19681 folderbox 10:
folder 49
Butler, R.
1962-19741 folderbox 11:
folder 1
Butt, E. M.
1969 & 19721 folderbox 11:
folder 2
By
 1 folderbox 11:
folder 3
Byrne, Robert J.
1970-19711 folderbox 11:
folder 4
Bywaters, E. G. L.
1957-20021 folderbox 11:
folder 5
Ca
 1 folderbox 11:
folder 6
Cajal, N.
1969, 1972-19731 folderbox 11:
folder 7
Caine, Ivan, Rabbi
1972, 1996, 20071 folderbox 11:
folder 8
Calabresi, Paul
1960, 1971-19741 folderbox 11:
folder 9
Calkins, Evan
19641 folderbox 11:
folder 10
Callahan, John
19961 folderbox 11:
folder 11
Calvo, Jose
1993, 1996, & 20051 folderbox 11:
folder 12
Cambridge University Press
1961 & 19631 folderbox 11:
folder 13
Cammarota, Hector E.
19711 folderbox 11:
folder 14
Campbell, John
1961, 1967, 1975, 19851 folderbox 11:
folder 15
Camp, Frank R., Jr.
1970-19801 folderbox 11:
folder 16
Canadian Red Cross Memorial Hospital
1956-19571 folderbox 11:
folder 17
Canary Islands
1992-19931 folderbox 11:
folder 18
Cancer Research
1972 & 19911 folderbox 11:
folder 19
Carcassi, Ugo E. F.
19661 folderbox 11:
folder 20
Carderelli, Alexander J.
1969-19701 folderbox 11:
folder 21
Care Plus, Inc
1984-19871 folderbox 11:
folder 22
Carl Schleicher & Schull
19591 folderbox 11:
folder 23
Caroll, L. Thomas
19841 folderbox 11:
folder 24
Carr, David
19691 folderbox 11:
folder 25
Carregal, Enrique J. A.
1981-19861 folderbox 11:
folder 26
Carroll, Robert
19681 folderbox 11:
folder 27
Carter, Hilda
19841 folderbox 11:
folder 28
Carter, William A.
19781 folderbox 11:
folder 29
Castaneda, Aldo R.
19791 folderbox 11:
folder 30
Cates, William, Jr.
19741 folderbox 11:
folder 31
Cavalli-Sforza, L. L.
19721 folderbox 11:
folder 32
Cawley, Leo P.
1968-19691 folderbox 11:
folder 33
Cawood, Hobart G.
1984 & 19911 folderbox 11:
folder 34
Ce
 1 folderbox 11:
folder 35
Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences
1977-1998, 20101 folderbox 11:
folder 36
Centers for Disease Control
1971-1975, 1992, 2002-20031 folderbox 11:
folder 37
Center for Disease Control. Permits.
1999 & 20011 folderbox 11:
folder 38
Ceppellini, Ruggero
1964-19721 folderbox 11:
folder 39
Cerda, James J.
1970 & 1977; 19771 folderbox 11:
folder 40
Cha
 1 folderbox 11:
folder 41
Chahnazarian, Anouch
1985-19871 folderbox 12:
folder 1

Separated material: See Works by Others series.

Chalfonte-Haddon Hall
1959-19691 folderbox 12:
folder 2
Chamberlayne, Earl C.
1969-19811 folderbox 12:
folder 3
Chambers, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon
1979 & 19821 folderbox 12:
folder 4
Chance, Britton
1989, 1995, 2001-2003, 20061 folderbox 12:
folder 5
Chance, Erma
1969-19711 folderbox 12:
folder 6
Chandra, H. Sharat
1962-1969, 1976-1998, 2004-20061 folderbox 12:
folder 7
Chang, Mei-Hwei
1995-19971 folderbox 12:
folder 8
Chandra, R. K.
1969-19711 folderbox 12:
folder 9
Chapman, Murray
19651 folderbox 12:
folder 10
Charnov, Eric L.
19781 folderbox 12:
folder 11
Che
 1 folderbox 12:
folder 12
Chemical Heritage Foundation
2007-20091 folderbox 12:
folder 13
Chemical Rubber Company Press
1969-19731 folderbox 12:
folder 14