Salvador E. Luria Papers

Mss.Ms.Coll.39

Date: 1923-1992 | Size: 44 Linear feet

Abstract

A bacteriologist from MIT, Salvador E. Luria's work with Max Delbruck on bacteriophage demonstrated that bacterial resistance to certain phages arose through genetic mutations. His later work showed that phages also mutate genetically. He received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1969 with Max Delbruck and Alfred D. Hershey.

The collection is organized into seven series: I. Correspondence, 1938-1992 ; IIa. Subject Files, 1938-1990 ; IIb. Personal Material. 1923-1991 ; III. Works by Luria, 1938-1987 ; IV. Works by Others, 1944-1990 ; V. Research Notes and Notebooks, 1941-1979 ; VI. Course Material, 1931-1991 ; VII. Photographs and Negatives, 1957-1982. Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title and then chronological within each folder.

Background note

Salvador E. Luria was born on 13 August 1912 in Turin, Italy. He received his M.D. at the University of Turin in 1935, later becoming a specialist in radiology in Rome. With the rise of fascism and anti-semitism in Italy, he left in 1938 for Paris, where he was a Research Fellow at the Institute of Radium until 1940.

At that time, as the Nazis invaded France, Luria left for the United States (later, in 1947, he became a U.S. citizen), for a position as Research Assistant in Surgical Bacteriology at Columbia University, under the auspices of the Rockefeller Foundation, where he remained until 1942. He worked during the summers with Max Delbrück in Cold Spring Harbor on bacteriophage (a virus that infects bacteria). When Delbrück went to Vanderbilt, Luria went with him as a Guggenheim fellow for one year. They continued their collaboration after Luria became an Instructor in Bacteriology at Indiana University in 1943.

Luria and Delbrück's work on bacteriophage demonstrated that bacteria resistant to certain phages arose through gene mutations. Later work by Luria showed that phages also mutate genetically. The existence of genetic recombination in phage was revealed independently by Delbrück and by Alfred D. Hershey, the latter subsequently showing that phages were composed of DNA. This work earned Luria, Delbrück, and Hershey the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1969.

At Indiana University, Luria rose from Instructor to Assistant Professor (1945-1947) to Associate Professor of Bacteriology (1947-1950). One of his graduate students was James D. Watson; it was Luria who arranged for Watson to work at the Cavendish Laboratory, where he met Francis H.C. Crick.

In 1950, Luria became Professor of Bacteriology at the University of Illinois, where he remained until 1959. During this time, he also lectured in biophysics at the University of Colorado in 1950, was the Jesup Lecturer in Zoology at Columbia University in 1950, and was the Niewland Lecturer in Biology at the University of Notre Dame in 1959.

Luria became Professor of Microbiology and Chairman of the Microbiology Committee at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) in 1959. In 1964, he was made Sedgwick Professor of Biology, and then in 1970, Institute Professor. In 1972, he founded the Center for Cancer Research at M.I.T., which he directed from 1972 to 1985.

Luria was affiliated with many professional organizations during his career at M.I.T. He was a Non-Resident Fellow at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, was on the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Massachusetts General Hospital (1965-1968), was a member of the Committee on Personnel of the American Cancer Society (1966-1971), was on the boards of the Roche Institute for Molecular Biology (1972-1979) and the Basel Institute of Immunology (1977-1979), served as Chairman for the National Research Council's Board of Research on the Effects of Radiation, and was senior scientist for the Repligen Corporation.

Luria's strong political views prompted him to take a stand on many public issues, including civil defense, nuclear arms, the Middle East, and the United States' involvement in Vietnam and Central America. In 1969, he was blacklisted by the National Institutes of Health for his political activity, which included letter-writing campaigns and newspaper advertisements.

During Luria's career, he was involved with the editing of many scholarly journals. He was Editor of Virology, Associate Editor of Journal of Bacteriology, and Section Editor of Biological Abstracts, as well as being on the editorial boards of Experimental Cell Research, Journal of Molecular Biology, American Naturalist, Photochemistry and Photobiology, Annual Review of Genetics, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Luria was a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Academy of Microbiology, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Philosophical Society, the American Society for Microbiology (Vice President, 1966-1967; President, 1967-1968), the American Society of Biological Chemists, the American Society of Naturalists, the Genetics Society of America, the National Academy of Sciences, the Society for General Microbiology, and the Society for the Study of Development and Growth.

He received many honorary degrees, including those from Brown University, Indiana University, Providence College, Rockefeller University, Rutgers University, University of Chicago, and University of Palermo.

In addition to the Nobel Prize, Luria received the Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize in 1969 with Max Delbrück for their work on the genetics of bacteria and bacteriophage. In 1974, Luria won a National Book Award in the Sciences for Life: The Unfinished Experiment, a work which has been translated into Italian, French, Spanish, German, and Japanese. Other books that Luria published include General Virology; 36 Lectures in Biology; A View of Life; and an autobiographical work, A Slot Machine, A Broken Test Tube. He published numerous articles.

When Luria died on 6 February 1991 in Lexington, Massachusetts, he was Institute Professor Emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is survived by his wife, Zella Hurwitz Luria, a professor of psychology at Tufts University, and his son, Daniel David Luria, an economist.

Scope and content

The Salvador E. Luria Papers (1923-1992) contain correspondence, subject files, manuscripts of published and unpublished works by Luria, papers by colleagues and students, research notes by Luria and by students, course material, and photographs, which document Luria's career as a molecular biologist. The collection is mainly in English, but there are a few items in other languages, such as Italian and French. These latter folders are marked, for example, "Some in Italian" or "In Italian," as appropriate.

The papers (94 boxes; 48.25 linear feet) are divided into eight series:

Series I. Correspondence, 1938-1992(31 boxes; 15.5 linear feet)
Series IIa. Subject files, 1938-1990(8 boxes; 3.75 linear feet)
Series IIb. Personal material, 1923-1991(2 boxes; .75 linear feet)
Series III. Works by Luria, 1938-1987(6 boxes; 2.75 linear feet)
Series IV. Works by others, 1944-1990(23 boxes; 11 linear feet)
Series V. Research notes, 1941-1979(10 boxes; 4.5 linear feet)
Series VI. Course material, 1931-1991(9 boxes; 4.5 linear feet)
Series VII. Photographs, 1957-1982(7 boxes; 5.25 linear feet)
Series I-VII. Oversize(1 box; .25 linear feet)

Arrangement

Oversized materials follow the same series arrangement as the general collection. Cross-referencing to oversized material appears on the folders in the standard sized boxes. All photographs and negatives have been removed from Series I-V and placed in Series VII. Cross-references appear in the original series. Reprints have been moved to the printed materials collection of the APS library. If a reprint was found as an enclosure, a photocopy of the title page was filed in its place. To retrieve reprints, consult the card catalog for printed materials.

The last addition to the Luria Papers included thirteen 5.25" disks containing word processing files. These files were printed onto acid-free paper and incorporated into the collection. Since many of these files contained a date code which automatically generated the date of the document as the date of its printing, the correct date for the document (as determined from the disk directory) was written in pencil on the printed document.

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

The Luria Papers were donated by Salvador E. Luria in 1985 (Accession 1985-575ms). After his death, additions were made to the collection by the estate of Salvador E. Luria in 1992 (Accession 1992-1176ms), in 1993 (Accession 1993-1542ms and Accession 1993-2043ms), and in 1994 (Accession 1994-636ms and Accession 1994-695ms). Most of the material from the 1950s came from Luria's office at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Preferred citation

Cite as: Salvador E. Luria Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Catalogued by Miriam Spectre, November, 1994.

Separated material

Two cassette tapes were removed from the collection ("Adventures in the Gene Trade" and "Science, Technology, and Responsibility"), along with one sound track film reel ("The Nobel Prize in Medicine: A Meeting with Dr. Alfred D. Hershey, Prof. Max Delbrück, and Prof. Salvador E. Luria), and two sound tape reels ("How Does a Virus Work?" and "Science, Technology, and Responsibility"). To retrieve these items, consult the card catalog for manuscript materials.

Bibliography

Luria, Salvador, General Virology (New York : Wiley and Sons, 1953). Call no.: 576.64 L97g.

Luria, Salvador, Life: the Unfinished Experiment (New York : Scribner, 1973). Call no.: 575 L975L.

Luria, Salvador, A Slot Machine, a Broken Test Tube: An Autobiography (New York : Harper and Row, 1984). Call no.: B L975s.

Luria, Salvador, Miscellaneous reprints (including a bibliography). Call no.: 574 Pam L.

Genetics Note

AuthorFormatDate
American Association for the Advancement of ScienceCorrespondence (2 folders)1955-1976
American Society for MicrobiologyRecords (18 folders)1965-1985
Anderson, Thomas FoxenCorrespondence (18 items)1949-1970
Beadle, George WellsCorrespondence (1 item)1959
Brenner, SydneyCorrespondence (4 items)1960-1961
Carlson, Elof AxelCorrespondence (3 items)1970
Carnegie Institution of WashingtonCorrespondence (10 items)1957-1981
Caspari, Ernst WilhelmCorrespondence (2 items)1957, 1959
Cohen, Seymour S.Correspondence (12 items)1949-1957
Columbia UniversityCorrespondence (37 items)1940-1990
Crick, Francis H. C.Correspondence (3 items)1959, 1985
Delbruck, MaxCorrespondence (9 items)1943-1972
Demerec, MilislavCorrespondence (1 item)1949
Dobzhansky, TheodosiusCorrespondence (8 items)1959-1973
Dunn, Leslie ClarenceCorrespondence (7 items)1956-1962
Ephrussi, BorisCorrespondence (1 item)1959
Glass, BentleyCorrespondence (1 item)1959
Hershey, Alfred DayCorrespondence (27 items)1949-1963
Lewontin, Richard CharlesCorrespondence (2 items)1985
McClintock, BarbaraCorrespondence (3 items)1978, 1982
Monod, JacquesCorrespondence (39 items)1957-1976
Muller, Hermann JosephCorrespondence (8 items)1956-1962
National Academy of SciencesRecords (2 folders)1955-1986
National Research Council -- Board of Research on the Effects of RadiationRecords (3 folders)1981-1985
Nobel PrizeCorrespondence (8 folders)1969
Oak Ridge National LaboratoryCorrespondence (10 items)1949-1958
Olby, Robert CecilCorrespondence (2 items)1974
Pauling, LinusCorrespondence (10 items)1957-1965
Salk Institute for Biological StudiesRecords (23 folders)1965-1982
Sonneborn, Tracy M.Correspondence (7 items)1958-1978
Stent, Gunther S.Correspondence (10 items)1957-1981
Stern, CurtCorrespondence (1 item)1959
Wright, SewallCorrespondence (1 item)1959

Indexing Terms


Corporate Name(s)

  • American Society for Microbiology
  • Boston Area Faculty Group on Public Issues.
  • Fondation Royaumont
  • International Cell Research Organization
  • Salk Institute for Biological Studies.
  • United States. National Institutes of Health

Genre(s)

  • Annual reports.
  • Laboratory notebooks
  • Laboratory notes
  • Lantern slides
  • Lectures
  • Photoprints

Personal Name(s)

  • Adelberg, Edward A.
  • Anderson, Thomas Foxen, 1911-1991
  • Baltimore, David
  • Borek, Ernest, 1911-1986
  • Chomsky, Noam
  • Chovnick, Arthur
  • Clowes, Royston C.
  • Cohen, Seymour S. (Seymour Stanley)
  • Cohn, Melvin
  • Crick, Francis, 1916-2004
  • Davis, Bernard D., 1916-1994
  • Delbrück, Max, 1906-1981
  • Dobzhansky, Theodosius Grigorievich, 1900-1975
  • Doermann, August H
  • Gould, Stephen Jay
  • Gunsalus, I. C. (Irwin Clyde)
  • Halvorson, Harlyn O.
  • Hershey, A. D. (Alfred Day)
  • Jacob, Francois, 1920-2013
  • Lederberg, Joshua
  • Luria, S. E. (Salvador Edward), 1912-1991
  • Lwoff, André
  • Magasanik, Boris
  • McClintock, Barbara, 1902-1992
  • Meselson, Matthew
  • Monod, Jacques
  • Novick, Aaron
  • Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994
  • Streisinger, George
  • Watson, James D., 1928-
  • Weigle, Jean
  • Wiesel, Elie, 1928-

Subject(s)

  • Bacteriophages-Genetics
  • Central America-Foreign relations-1979-
  • Civil defense
  • Microbial genetics
  • Molecular biology
  • Nobel Prizes
  • Nuclear energy
  • Nuclear weapons
  • Political participation
  • Vietnamese conflict, 1961-1975
  • Viral genetics

Collection overview

1938-199215.5 linear feet

Incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, carbons, telegrams, and postcards generated throughout Luria's career. Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then chronologically within each folder. When a correspondence file includes letters to a third party (i.e., not Luria), the name is indicated on the container list by using an indent under the folder title.

Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically. Enclosed manuscripts have been removed from this series and placed in Series III or IV as appropriate. As with the reprints, a photocopy of the title page was filed with the original letter. Cross references are also given for enclosed photographs, which have been removed to Series VII. Letters of reference are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter.

The bulk of this series covers the 1960s to the 1980s. Correspondents include molecular biologists, geneticists, biochemists, chemists, students, politicians, and some publishers. Among the topics covered in this series are: research on viral genetics; conferences; and political issues. There is a substantial amount of correspondence concerning Luria's affiliation with the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, as well as with the Fondation Royaumont, the International Cell Research Organization, and the American Society for Microbiology, among other organizations. Notes and telegrams congratulating Luria on receiving the Nobel Prize in 1969 are filed in this series under "Nobel Prize--Congratulations." Correspondence concerning Central America, nuclear arms, nuclear power, and Vietnam is filed in Series II (Subject Files) under those titles.

Correspondents in Series I include:

  • Adelberg, Edward A.
  • Anderson, Thomas F.
  • Baltimore, David
  • Borek, Ernest
  • Chomsky, Noam
  • Chovnick, Arthur
  • Clowes, Royston C.
  • Cohen, Seymour S.
  • Cohn, Melvin
  • Davis, Bernard D.
  • Delbrück, Max
  • Dobzhansky, Theodosius
  • Doermann, August H.
  • Gould, Stephen J.
  • Gunsalus, Irwin C.
  • Halvorson, Harlyn O.
  • Hershey, Alfred D.
  • Jacob, François
  • Lederberg, Joshua
  • Lwoff, André
  • McClintock, Barbara
  • Magasanik, Boris
  • Meselson, Matthew S.
  • Monod, Jacques
  • Novick, Aaron
  • Pauling, Linus
  • Streisinger, George
  • Weigle, Jean
  • Wiesel, Elie

1938-19903.75 linear feet

Newspaper and magazine clippings; reports and meeting minutes (for the American Society for Microbiology and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, among others); and various versions of Luria's curriculum vitae. The folders are arranged alphabetically by title. Also included is a statement that Luria made about being blacklisted by the National Institutes of Health (filed under "Blacklisting"); articles written by distinguished scholars for a series organized by Luria for The Boston Sunday Globe (filed under the newspaper title); Columbia Queries, a poll taken by Columbia University on the topic of World War II (Luria's answers are included); reviews of Luria's book, A Slot Machine, A Broken Test Tube; and material about the Nobel Prize, the Boston Area Faculty Group on Public Issues (BAFGOPI), Central America, Vietnam, civil defense, nuclear power, and nuclear arms (filed under those titles).

1923-19910.75 linear feet

Items of a personal nature, including letters of condolence sent to his wife after Luria's death; letters in Italian from his brother and father in Italy; poems that Luria wrote; financial materials; Luria's naturalization certificate; and World War II letters in Italian from a girlfriend in Italy before he met his wife.

1938-19972.75 linear feet

Luria's typewritten and handwritten outlines, preparatory notes, research, and drafts for articles, books, and lectures. This series is arranged alphabetically by title, and cross-references are given for photographs which appear in this series. Some of the works are co-authored with colleagues and students. For each work, the notes and drafts are filed together. This series includes reviews of others' books; notes and drafts for the books, General Virology and Life: The Unfinished Experiment; and notes and drafts for lectures, including the Nobel lecture, "Phage, Colicins, and Macroregulatory Phenomena." The earliest item in this series is "Le Dosi Profonde e le Curve di Isodose Nella Terapia Roentgen ad Altissima Tensione," a paper that Luria wrote in Italian at the University of Rome. Also in this series is a bibliography of Luria's works until 1983. Also included are letters to the editors of the Boston Globe and the New York Times that were published. These letters are filed under the published title. Unpublished letters to the editor are filed in Series I (Correspondence) under the name of the newspaper.

1944-199011 linear feet

articles, notes, reports, and papers written by colleagues and students of Luria. This series is arranged alphabetically by author and then by title. The series attests to Luria's practice of keeping up-to-date with the work of others in his field. Many authors are represented by four or more manuscripts, including Max Delbrück, Renato Dulbecco, François Jacob, Eduard Kellenberger, Ole Maalfe, Aaron Novick, Gunther S. Stent, and George Streisinger. Also included is a copy of James D. Watson's Ph.D. thesis (Luria was one of Watson's advisors) and a copy of a paper that Francis H.C. Crick wrote for the RNA Tie Club. Any works that Luria co-wrote with students and colleagues are filed in Series III alphabetically by title. Cross references are given for photographs which appear in this series.

1941-19794.5 linear feet

Loose notes and notebooks which are arranged by folder title and include the subjects of bacteria, colicins, microdermatology, phage, salmonella, Shigella coli, and viruses. Also in this series are notes taken by Luria at Cold Spring Harbor symposia and five folders of miscellaneous loose notes. Notebooks with no title have been filed as "Unidentified Notebook." Some notebooks have loose notes which are larger than the notebook pages. These notes were placed in folders and filed after each respective notebook. A photocopy of the first sheet of notes was placed at the appropriate notebook page with a cross reference.

1931-19914.5 linear feet

Lecture notes, exam and quiz questions, problem sets, lists of students registered for the courses, grade books, handouts, instructions for experiments, and reading lists. Course subjects include bacterial viruses, biochemistry, biophysics, freshman seminar, general biology, general microbiology, and microbial physiology.

1957-19828.25 linear feet

Prints and negatives, many of which are illustrations for articles. Folders containing prints of Luria include: American Society for Microbiology; Karl Taylor Compton Lectureship; and Osaka University. There are a number of folders containing unidentified figures, probably published in articles and books. Also included in this series are four boxes of lantern slides and one box of 2x2 inch slides. The slides seem to be visual aids for lectures and illustrations for articles.

  oversize Series I-VII:1
  


Detailed Inventory

Series I. Correspondence
1938-199215.5 linear feet

Incoming and outgoing manuscript and typescript letters, carbons, telegrams, and postcards generated throughout Luria's career. Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name and then chronologically within each folder. When a correspondence file includes letters to a third party (i.e., not Luria), the name is indicated on the container list by using an indent under the folder title.

Unidentified correspondence has been filed as "Unidentified" and is arranged chronologically. Enclosed manuscripts have been removed from this series and placed in Series III or IV as appropriate. As with the reprints, a photocopy of the title page was filed with the original letter. Cross references are also given for enclosed photographs, which have been removed to Series VII. Letters of reference are filed under the name of the person who is the subject of the letter.

The bulk of this series covers the 1960s to the 1980s. Correspondents include molecular biologists, geneticists, biochemists, chemists, students, politicians, and some publishers. Among the topics covered in this series are: research on viral genetics; conferences; and political issues. There is a substantial amount of correspondence concerning Luria's affiliation with the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, as well as with the Fondation Royaumont, the International Cell Research Organization, and the American Society for Microbiology, among other organizations. Notes and telegrams congratulating Luria on receiving the Nobel Prize in 1969 are filed in this series under "Nobel Prize--Congratulations." Correspondence concerning Central America, nuclear arms, nuclear power, and Vietnam is filed in Series II (Subject Files) under those titles.

Correspondents in Series I include:

  • Adelberg, Edward A.
  • Anderson, Thomas F.
  • Baltimore, David
  • Borek, Ernest
  • Chomsky, Noam
  • Chovnick, Arthur
  • Clowes, Royston C.
  • Cohen, Seymour S.
  • Cohn, Melvin
  • Davis, Bernard D.
  • Delbrück, Max
  • Dobzhansky, Theodosius
  • Doermann, August H.
  • Gould, Stephen J.
  • Gunsalus, Irwin C.
  • Halvorson, Harlyn O.
  • Hershey, Alfred D.
  • Jacob, François
  • Lederberg, Joshua
  • Lwoff, André
  • McClintock, Barbara
  • Magasanik, Boris
  • Meselson, Matthew S.
  • Monod, Jacques
  • Novick, Aaron
  • Pauling, Linus
  • Streisinger, George
  • Weigle, Jean
  • Wiesel, Elie

Abercrombie, Robert D.
1970 box 1
Abrahamson, Dean E.
1976 box 1
Academy Press, Inc.
1956-1973 box 1

Jacoby, Kurt

Académie Royale de Médicine de Belgique
1977 box 1

In French

Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei
1965 box 1

In Italian

Adams, Mark H.
1949, 1956 box 1
Adams, Mary Jane Neal
1959-1962 box 1
Adams, William
1960 box 1
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
1976-1982 box 1
Adelberg, Edward A.
1960-1969 box 1
Adesnik, Milton B.
1969 box 1
Adler, Howard I.
1960 box 1

See also Ser.I, Microbial Genetics Bulletin

Adler, Julius
1962, 1984-1985 box 1
Adler, Susan
1968 box 1
Ageno, Mario
1960 box 1

In Italian

Ahlquist, Nancy
1966, 1981, 1987 box 1
Alexander, Martin M.
1958-1959 box 1
Alianza Editorial S.A.
1974 box 1
Alikhanian, S.I.
1962 box 1
Allen, Leland C.
1984 box 1
Allende, Jorge E.
1980 box 1
Alpha Omega Alpha
1985-1987 box 1
Alsop, Joseph
1973 box 1
Altieri, Mario
1982-1986, n.d. box 1

Some in Italian

Amati, Alexandra
1989 box 1
Amati, Paolo
1964, 1977 box 1
Ambler, Richard
1959 box 1
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  box 1

Edsall, John T. -See also Ser.III, Reflections on Democracy, Science, and Cancer

Folder #1
1959-Jul. 1969 box 1
Folder #2
Jul. 1969 box 1
Folder #3
1970-Jul. 1972 box 1
Folder #4
Sep. 1972-1989 box 2
American Academy of Microbiology
1966-1975 box 2
American Association for the Advancement of Science
1955-19762 foldersbox 2

Subject(s): Protozoan genetics; Biochemistry and organic chemistry; Radiation genetics; Conferences and symposia; Committee activities; American Association for the Advancement of Science; Political issues; Publication; Medical research; Educational matters; Business; Cancer, chemotherapy

Folder #1
Feb.-Aug. 1955 box 2
Folder #2
Sep. 1955-1956, 1975-1976 box 2
The American Association of Immunologists
1958 box 2
American Cancer Society, Inc.
  box 2

McGrady, Patrick M.

Folder #1
1951-1959 box 2
Folder #2
1960-1971 box 2
Folder #3
1972-1980 box 2
Folder #4
1984-1985 box 2
American Chemical Society
1952, 1955 box 3
American Institute of Biological Sciences
1959-1970 box 3
American Philosophical Society
1964-1985 box 3
American Society for Microbiology
1965-198518 foldersbox 3

McClung, L.S.


Subject(s): Publication; Bacteriophage and viral genetics; Bacterial genetics; Biochemistry and organic chemistry; Molecular genetics; Committee activities; Conferences and symposia; Scientific organizations, meetings, programs

Folder #1
1965-Sep. 1966 box 3
Folder #2
Oct.-Dec. 1966 box 3
Folder #3
Jan.-Feb. 1967 box 3
Folder #4
Mar.-14 Apr. 1967 box 3
Folder #5
17 Apr.-May 1967 box 3
Folder #6
Jun.-20 Jul. 1967 box 4
Folder #7
Aug. 1967 box 4
Folder #8
Sep.-Oct. 1967 box 4
Folder #9
1-20 Nov. 1967 box 4
Folder #10
22-30 Nov. 1967 box 4
Folder #11
Dec.-15 Jan. 1968 box 4
Folder #12
16 Jan.-19 Feb. 1968 box 5
Folder #13
20 Feb.-Mar. 1968 box 5
Folder #14
Apr.-15 May 1968 box 5
Folder #15
16 May-Jun. 1968 box 5
Folder #16
Jul.-Dec. 1968 box 5
Folder #17
1969 box 5
Folder #18
1970-1985 box 6
American Type Culture Collection
1972 box 6
Ames, Bruce N.
1960, 1970 box 6
Amherst College
1958, 1961 box 6
Amnesty International
1977 box 6
Anderson, Alan
1971 box 6
Anderson, Clay
1982 box 6
Anderson, E.S.
1954-1955 box 6
Anderson, John D.
1958 box 6
Anderson, Thomas Foxen
1949-197018 item(s)box 6

Subject(s): University of Pennsylvania; Laboratory techniques, equipment; Bacterial genetics; Lectures, public speaking; Recommendations; Committee activities; Conferences and symposia; Congratulations, greetings, thanks -- Horwitz Prize; Bacteriophage and viral genetics

Andrewes, C.H.
1959 box 6
Angela, Piero
1972 box 6

In Italian

Angell, Marcia
1978 box 6
Annual Review of Genetics
1985 box 6

Roman, Herschel L.

Aposhian, H. Vasken
1985 box 6
Benigno S. Aquino Memorial Foundation
1983-1984 box 6
Arber, Werner
1959-1970, n.d. box 6
Argentina. Embassy
1984 box 6
Ariotti, Piero E.
1980 box 6
Aronson, Arthur I.
1960-1961 box 6
Asociacion Venezolana para el Avance de la Ciencia
1969-1971 box 6

-See also Ser.III, Science, Technology,

Atwood, Catharine
1970 box 6
Aufreiter, Eva
1970 box 6
Augusto, Gavotti
1987 box 6

In Italian

Austin, Mary L.
1960-1961 box 6
Austrian, Robert
1980-1981 box 6
Ausubel, Frederick M.
1973 box 6
Bachelor, Paul E.
1956 box 6
Bachmann, Barbara J.
1972-1981 box 6
Bachrach, Uriel
1963 box 6
Backman, Jack
1974 box 6
Baer, Robert
1955 box 6
Baglioni, Corrado
1970-1980 box 6

Some in Italian

Bah, Han-Shie
1957-1958 box 6
Bailey, Ethel
1959 box 6
Bailey, L.R.
1957 box 6
Baker, Jeffrey J.W.
1982 box 6
Baker, Raymond M.
1980 box 6
Baker, Thomas I.
1964 box 6

Dushman, Miriam B. -See also Ser.I,

Baldwin, Robert L.
1986 box 6
Baltimore, David
1988-1989 box 6

See also Ser.I, Friedman, Milton

Baluda, Marcel
1957 box 6
Bang, Frederik B.
1972 box 6
Baquero, F.
1985 box 6
Bard College
1982 box 6
Barigozzi, C.
1962-1963 box 6

Some in Italian

Barksdale, Lane
1957-1964 box 6
Baron, L.S.
1957, 1961 box 6
Barroll, Martin
1984 box 6
Basel Institute for Immunology
1974-1979 box 7
Basic Books, Inc.
1987 box 7
Basso, Lelio
1973 box 7

Chomsky, Noam

Bautz, Friedlinde
1971 box 7
Bayer, Manfred E.
1965-1986 box 7
Bayh, Burch
1974 box 7
Baylor, Martha B.
1956, 1967 box 7
Baylor College of Medicine
1979-1981 box 7
Beacon Press
1961, 1963 box 7
Beadle, George W.
19591 item(s)box 7

See also Ser.I, University of Chicago


Subject(s): Hershey, Alfred Day; Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; Biographical and personal data; Congratulations, greetings, thanks

Beale, G.H.
1960 box 7
Becker, Yechiel
1961-1969 box 7

See also Ser.I, Darnell, James E.

Beckwith, Jonathan
1963-1982 box 7
Begg, R.W.
1958 box 7
Behrens, Otto K.
1949 box 7
Bell Laboratories
1974 box 7
Benedetti, E.L.
1978 box 7
Bengelsdorf, Irving S.
1971-1974 box 7
Ben-Gurion, Renana
1969, 1980 box 7
The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company
  box 7

Gould, Stephen J.

Folder #1
1962-Feb. 1980 box 7
Folder #2
Mar. 1980-1981 box 7
Bennett, H. Stanley
1981 box 7
Benzer, Seymour
1949, 1980 box 7
Benzinger, Rolf
1961 box 7
Beppu, Teruhiko
1972 box 7
Bernardini, G.
1959 box 7

In Italian -See also Ser.I, Società Italiana di

Bernstein, Aleck
1956 box 7
Berrien, Roberta Hershkowitz
1971 box 7
Berrigan, Daniel
1972 box 7

Berrigan, Philip -See Ser.I, Berrigan, Daniel

Berrigan, Philip
  box 7
Berry, Edward C.
1956 box 7
Bertani, Giuseppe
1956-1984 box 7

See also Ser.I, Calendar, Richard

Bertani, L. Elizabeth
1958, n.d. box 7
Bertozzi, Carol
1972 box 7
Bestor, Arthur
1973 box 7
Beumer, Jacques
1957-1962 box 7

Some in French

Biochimica et Biophysica Acta
1982 box 7
Birnbaum, Norman
1980 box 7
Bishop, Lauren J.
  box 7

See Ser.I, Suit, Joan L.

Black, Lindsay M.
1957, 1961, 1966 box 7

Siegel, Albert

Blackwell, James
1963 box 7
Blake, Roger D.
1976 box 7
Bleck, E.E.
1974 box 7
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
1960 box 7
Bock, Robert M.
1958 box 7
Boezi, John
1962 box 7
Boice, Lu Belle
1959-1978 box 7
Boicourt, Rose Mary
1955-1957 box 7
Bok, Sisela
1973 box 7
Borek, Ernest
1957, 1969-1974 box 7
Borghi, Bruno
1980 box 7
Borsellino, Antonio
1961 box 7

In Italian

Bose, Subir
1958, 1960 box 7
Boston Fullbright Committee, Inc.
1976 box 7
The Boston Globe
1961-1986, n.d. box 7

Luria, Zella -See also Ser.I, Maruyama, Masao

Boston Latin School
1976 box 7
Boston University
1965-1980 box 7
Boston West Biology Round Table
1983-1984 box 7
Botan, E.A.
1960 box 8
Botstein, David
1972-1983 box 8
Boulware, Kathleen Gaines
1973 box 8
Bourgeois-Cohn, Suzanne
1969 box 8
Bowles, Jean A.
1957 box 8
Bowman, Bernard U., Jr.
1963 box 8
Brachet, Jean Louis Auguste
1976-1977 box 8
Bradford Books, Publishers
1978 box 8
Bradshaw, Ralph A.
1989 box 8
Brandeis University
1960-1979 box 8
Brandly, C.A.
1956 box 8
Branley, Franklyn M.
1957 box 8
Braun, Armin
1962 box 8
Bravo, Ernesto
1982-1983 box 8
Bray, Dennis
1966-1967 box 8
Brenner, Sydney
1960-19614 item(s)box 8

Subject(s): Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Lectures, public speaking; Bacteriophage and viral genetics

Brewer, Gregory J.
1974-1985 box 8
Brey, Robert Newton III
1978-1986 box 8
Brink, R.A.
1962 box 8
Brinton, Charles C., Jr.
1961, 1980 box 8
Bristol-Myers Company
1985 box 8
British Broadcasting Corporation
1981 box 8
Brock, Thomas D.
1984 box 8
Bronk, Detlev
1966 box 8
Jacob Bronowski Centre for the Humanities
1975 box 8
Brooke, Edward W.
1973 box 8
Brookhaven National Laboratory
1959 box 8
Brooks, Frank E.
1963 box 8
Brooks, Toby
1970 box 8
Brooks, Werner C.
1984-1985 box 8
Brothers, Marietta
1957 box 8
Brown, John
1971-1972 box 8
Brown University
1973-1976 box 8
Buggs, C.W.
1957 box 8
Bukhari, Ahmad I.
1982 box 8
Bulger, William M.
1965 box 8
Bunka Hoso Development Centre Ltd.
1974-1975 box 8
Bunting, Mary I.
1960, 1963 box 8

See also Ser.I, Dushman, Miriam B.

Burdette, Walter J.
1962 box 8
Burman, Lars G.
1983 box 8
Burrous, Jeanne W.
1959 box 8
Burrous, Stanley E.
1958, 1960 box 8
Burrows, T.W.
1957 box 8
Burton, Kenneth
1961 box 8
Burzatta, Giovanni
1962 box 8

In Italian

Bush, John
1974 box 8

Bush, Sheila

Bush, Sheila
  box 8

See Ser.I, Bush, John

Buzzati-Traverso, Adriano A.
1961-1962 box 8

Some in Italian -See also Ser.I, International Cell Research Organization -See also Ser.I, International Laboratory of Genetics and Biophysics

Bylinsky, Gene
1973 box 8
Cahn, Florence H.
n.d. box 8
Cairns, John
1960-1990 box 8

See also Ser.I, International Cell Research

Calareso, Josephine
1980 box 8
Calef, Enrico
1956-1974 box 8

Some in Italian

Calendar, Richard
1968 box 8

Bertani, Giuseppe

Califano, L.
1960 box 8

Some in Italian

Calkins, H.E.
1956 box 8
Callaway, W. Ragan
1971 box 8
Calvin, Melvin
1959-1961 box 8
Cambridge Forum
1979, 1987 box 8
Cameron, Kenneth Neill
1982, 1984, n.d. box 8
Cammeron, Dennis
1959 box 8
Campaign for Peace with Justice in Central America
1982 box 8
Campbell, Allen McCulloch
1957-1965 box 8
Campbell, Bill
  box 8

See Ser.I, Campbell, Joan

Campbell, Joan
1969 box 8

Campbell, Bill

Campion, Francis X.
1982 box 8
Canadian Journal of Microbiology
1956 box 8
Candelas, Graciela C.
1987 box 8
Cantoni, G.L.
1963 box 8
Cantor, Marvin H.
1980 box 8
Cardinali, Giuseppe
1962-1963 box 8
Carlson, Elof Axel
19703 item(s)box 8

Subject(s): Conferences and symposia; American Association for the Advancement of Science; Muller, Hermann Joseph; History of biology, especially genetics; Unpublished manuscripts, notes, etc.

Carnegie Institution of Washington
1957-198110 item(s)box 8

Subject(s): Demerec, Milislav; Lectures, public speaking; Recommendations; Bacteriophage and viral genetics; Requests for reprints; Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; Carnegie Institution of Washington

Carregal, Enrique J.A.
1982 box 8
Carter, Herbert E.
1957-1959 box 8
Casadaban, Malcolm
1970-1971 box 8
Case Western Reserve University
1976 box 8
Caspari, Ernst Wilhelm
1957, 19592 item(s)box 8

Subject(s): Demerec, Milislav; Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; Committee activities; International Congress of Genetics

Castelleja, David
1980-1981, n.d. box 8
Cavalli, Luca
1956, 1960 box 8

Some in Italian

Cavallito, Chet J.
1956 box 8
Cavard, Daniele
1987 box 8
Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences
1982-1984 box 8
Center for Science in the Public Interest
1972-1973 box 8
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
  box 9

See also Ser.IIb, same title

Folder #1
1939-1940, 1973-1978 box 9

Some in French

Folder #2
1979-1981 box 9
Centre Royaumont
  box 9

See Ser.I, Fondation Royaumont

Centro de Investigacion y de Estudios Avanzados
1962 box 9
Ceppellini, Ruggero
1963 box 9
Chamberlain, Owen
1970 box 9

Townes, Charles H.

Chan, Russell K.
1973 box 9
Chandrasekhar, S[ubrahmanyan]
1984 box 9
Chang, William
1988 box 9
Cheng, Peter
1981 box 9
Chester, Thomas J.
1967 box 9
Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund
1986 box 9
Chin, Michael
n.d. box 9
Cho, Nancy
1979 box 9
Chomskey, Noam
1985, n.d. box 9

See also Ser.I, Basso, Lelio

Chorover, Stephan
1967 box 9
Chovnick, Arthur
1959-1984 box 9
Christensen, J. Roger
1963 box 9

Dushman, Miriam B.

Christensen, W. Blake
1958 box 9
Chung, Raymond
1970 box 9
Cianciarulo, Nikki
1986-1988 box 9
The Ciba Foundation
1959 box 9
Citizens Committee Concerned with Freedom of the Press
1976 box 9
Citizens Committee for a Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
1963 box 9
Citizens League Against the Sonic Boom
1968 box 9
City of Hope National Medical Center
1973, 1982 box 9
Clark, John
1961-1962 box 9
Clark, Virginia L.
1975-1988 box 9

See also Ser.I, Davis, Bernard D.

Clayton, Roderick K.
n.d. box 9
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
  box 9
Folder #1
1982-1987 box 9
Folder #2
1987 box 9
Folder #3
1987 box 9
Folder #4
1987-1988 box 10
Cline, John C.
1958 box 10
Clowes, Royston C.
1956-1963 box 10
Coetzee, J.N.
1961 box 10
Coffman, Glenn R.
1961 box 10
Cohen, Amikam
1972 box 10
Cohen, Daniel Bernard
1967-1968 box 10
Cohen, Denise
1960 box 10

In French

Cohen, Michael David
1973 box 10
Cohen, Peter
1970 box 10
Cohen, Philip P.
1971 box 10
Cohen, Seymour S.
1949, 1956-195712 item(s)box 10

Subject(s): Biochemistry and organic chemistry; Publication -- Science; Bacteriophage and viral genetics; Travel -- Invitations, arrangements; Conferences and symposia

Cohn, Melvin
1956-1969 box 10

Lennox, Edwin S. -See also Ser.I, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies

Colby College
1974 box 10
Cole, Charles Norman, Jr.
1973 box 10
Cole, Warren H.
1960 box 10
Collaborative Research, Inc.
1966-1967 box 10

See also Ser.III, same title

Collège de France
1968-1969 box 10

Monod, Jacques

Collins, E.B.
1957 box 10
Collins Publishers
1988 box 10
Colorado State College
1962 box 10
Colten, Margery Sue
1980, 1985 box 10
Colten, Milton
1984 box 10
Columbia University
1940-199037 item(s)box 10

Subject(s): Travel -- Invitations, arrangements; Committee activities; Political issues; Delbruck, Max; Congratulations, greetings, thanks -- Horwitz Prize; Columbia University; Research support; Radiation genetics; Bacteriophage and viral genetics; Graduate study; Biochemistry and organic chemistry; Teaching; Conferences and symposia; Publication; Unpublished manuscripts, notes, etc.; Lectures, public speaking; Honors -- Sc.D.; Honors -- Horwitz Prize

Comité du Centenaire de Lucien Daniel
1960 box 10
Commager, Henry Steele
1966 box 10
Commission on Undergraduate Education in the Biological Sciences
1967-1968 box 10
Committee for a Sane Drug Policy
1972, 1974 box 10
Committee for Effective Drug Abuse Legislation
1970 box 10
Committee on Problems of Disarmament
1962 box 10
Committee on the Impact of Biomedical Research
1974 box 10
Commoner, Barry
1957, 1962, 1970 box 10

See also Ser.I, International Convocation

Cook, Ann
1960-1961 box 10
The Coop
1973 box 10
Cooper, Peter D.
1960 box 10
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
1974 box 10
Cope, Arthur C.
1964 box 10
Cormack, Allan M.
1962 box 10
Cornell University
1955-1968 box 10
Corner, Thomas R.
1963 box 10
Council for a Livable World
1986 box 10
Courchesne, William E.
1984 box 10
Cramer, William A.
1980-1987 box 10

See also Ser.I, Suit, Joan L.

Crawford, Irving
1963 box 10
Crick, Francis H. C.
1959, 1985, n.d.3 item(s)box 10

See also Ser.I, The Salk Institute for


Subject(s): Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine; Biochemistry and organic chemistry; Harvard University; Recommendations

Cristwell, Ann Rose
1956-1957 box 10
Crofutt, Lawrence
1956 box 10
Cronan, John
1973 box 10
Cummings, Donald J.
1962, 1971 box 10
Curtiss, Roy
1971 box 10
Daedalus
1967-1976 box 10
Dai Dong
1973 box 10
Dalby, Arthur
1958 box 10
Daniels, Donna L.
1982, 1986 box 10
D'Arcais, Francesco
1982 box 11

In Italian

Darling, Paul G.
1974 box 11
Darnell, James E., Jr.
1961-1974 box 11

Becker, Yechiel

Darnton, Robert
1970 box 11
Dartmouth College
1962 box 11
Davidson, Norm
1984 box 11
Davis, Bernard D.
1955-1984 box 11

Clark, Virginia L. -See also Ser.I, Harvard Medical School -See also Ser.I, McCormick, John W.

Dazian Foundation for Medical Research
1940-1955 box 11
Dean, Willard W.
[195-] box 11
De Benedetti, S.
1982 box 11
de Blasio, Mary
1954 box 11
de Groot, B.
1971 box 11
De Hevesy, G[eorge]
1938 box 11
Dejour, Dominique
1985 box 11
Marcel Dekker, Inc.
1971, 1973 box 11
Delachaux et Niestle
1970, 1972 box 11

Some in French

De la Garza-Curcho, Mercedes
1971-1981 box 11
Delbrück, Manny
1991 box 11
Delbrück, Max
1943-19729 item(s)box 11

Subject(s): Publication; American Association for the Advancement of Science; Lectures, public speaking; Radiation genetics; Conferences and symposia; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Travel -- Invitations, arrangements; Bacteriophage and viral genetics; Bacterial genetics

Delegation for Basic Biomedical Research
1981 box 11
Delihas, Nicholas
1960 box 11
Del Santo, Linda
1957 box 11
De Luca, H.F.
1959 box 11
Demain, Arnold L.
1964 box 11

Dushman, Miriam B.

DeMars, Robert Ivan
1953-1961, 1986 box 11
Demerec, M[ilislav]
19491 item(s)box 11

Subject(s): Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Conferences and symposia

DeMoss, Ralph D.
1956-1959 box 11
Dershowitz, Ann
1971 box 11
de Santillana, Giorgio
1966 box 11
Desmond, Thomas C.
1960 box 11
Dev, S.B.
1984 box 11
Devasli, Yair
1985 box 11
de Vicente, Román
1961 box 11
DeVita, Vincent T., Jr.
1982 box 11
Devoret, Raymond
1983 box 11
de Vries, Andre
1961 box 11
DeWitt, Susanne K.
1961 box 11
Diamandopoulos, George Th.
1974 box 11
Dickinson, William C., Jr.
1967-1968 box 11
Di Gerolamo, Mario
1959, 1961 box 11

Some in Italian

di Mayorca, G.P.
1961 box 11
Dispenzieri, Angela
1985-1986 box 11
Dodson, Jeffrey D.
1973 box 11
Djordjevic, Bozidar
1956 box 11
Dobzhansky, Theodosius
1959-19738 item(s)box 11

Subject(s): Molecular genetics; Columbia University; Crow, James F.; Genetics Society of America; Wallace, Bruce; Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; Biographical and personal data; Monod, Jacques; Congratulations, greetings, thanks -- Nobel Prize; Publication; Bacterial genetics

Doermann, August H.
1949, 1956-1962 box 11
Dolesh, Carole J.
1958 box 11
Dollars and Sense
1974, 1978 box 11
Douglas, William O.
1974 box 11
Dove, William F.
1963 box 11
Drake, John W.
1958-1968 box 11
Drexler, Henry
1981 box 11
Dubos, René
1972 box 11
Duc, Nguyen H.
1962 box 11
Duckworth, Donna H.
1972 box 11
Dulbecco, Renato
1966-1967 box 11
Dunkell, Samuel V.
1983 box 11
Dunn, L. C. (Leslie Clarence)
1956-19627 item(s)box 11

Subject(s): Lectures, public speaking; Demerec, Milislav; Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; Conferences and symposia; Biographical and personal data; Political issues; Federation of American Scientists

E.I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company
1954-1957 box 11
Durand, René R.
1956, 1958 box 11
Durkin, James H.
1975 box 11
Dushman, Miriam Bonita
1961-1964 box 11

Baker, Thomas I. Bunting, Mary I. Mandel, Manley Markovitz, Alvin -See also Ser.I, Baker, Thomas I. -See also Ser.I, Christensen, J. Roger -See also Ser.I, Demain, Arnold L. -See also Ser.I, Markovitz, Alvin

Dutchess Community College
1962-1963 box 11
Dycus, A.M.
1957 box 11
Dyson, Freeman
1984 box 11
Ebisuzaki, Kaney
1965 box 11
Eccles, John
1983 box 11
Edel, Abraham
1974 box 11
Edgar, Robert S.
1956-1973 box 11

-See also Ser.I, Stahl, Franklin W. -See

Edsall, John T.
  box 11

See Ser.I, American Academy of Arts and

Edwards, Philip R.
1955-1958 box 11

Guha, A. -See also Ser.I, Guha, A.

Efner, Jane Ann
1955-1956 box 11
Egami, Fujio
1982 box 11
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1955-1980 box 11

Horecker, B.L. White, Abraham

Eisen, Herman
1972 box 11
Eisenstadt, Jerome
1963 box 11
Eisenstein, Elizabeth
1984 box 11
Elghammer, W. Robert
1956-1957 box 11
Elizur, Erela
1960 box 11
Emergency Civil Liberties Committee
1954 box 11
Emmott, Kirsten
1967 box 11
Englesberg, Ellis
1956-1961 box 11
Engley, Frank B.
1956 box 11
Ephrati-Elizur, E.
1969 box 11
Ephrussi, Boris
19591 item(s)box 11

Subject(s): Requests for reprints; Bacteriophage and viral genetics; Cancer, chemotherapy

Epstein, Herman T.
1956 box 11
Epstein, Richard H.
1957-1962 box 11
Erber, Bruno
1971 box 11

Some in Italian

Ercoli, N.
1955-1956 box 11
Erickson, G.
1981 box 11
Ernster, Lars
1979 box 11
Errera, M.
  box 11

See Ser.I, Thomas, R.

Esso Education Foundation
1972-1973 box 12
Estrich, Susan R.
1988 box 12
Etzioni, Amitai
1972 box 12
Eureka College
1956 box 12
European Molecular Biology Organization
1967-1972 box 12
Evans, Nina Ruth
1956 box 12
Evans, Titus C.
1956 box 12
Ewing, W.H.
1955-1957 box 12
Ezekiel, David
1957 box 12
Faculty for Human Rights in El Salvador and Central America
1983-1985 box 12

See also Ser.IIa, Central America

Fagen, Richard R.
1983 box 12
Fairbanks, Grant, Jr.
1969-1970 box 12
Fairleigh Dickinson University
1984 box 12
Faldini, Giorgio
1979 box 12

In Italian

Falk, Richard A.
1973, 1980 box 12
Falkow, Stanley
1961-1963 box 12
Fan, David
1972 box 12
Fan, Mei-Ling Judy
1984-1987 box 12
Fano, Virginia
1970 box 12
FEBS Letters
1978 box 12
Feder, Ned
  box 12

See Ser.I, Stewart, Walter W.

Federation of American Scientists
  box 12
Folder #1
1956-1970 box 12
Folder #2
1971-1975, n.d. box 12
Feigelson, Philip
1965 box 12
Feigenbaum, Joel
1970 box 12
Feingold, David Stuart
1973-1980 box 12
Feld, Steven L.
1982 box 12
The Fellowship of Reconciliation
1971 box 12
Fenner, Frank
1957-1967 box 12
Fermi, Enrico
1938 box 12

Some in Italian

Fernstrom, John D.
n.d. box 12
Ferrero, Ernesto
1985 box 12

In Italian

Feshbach, Herman
1982 box 12
Fetner, Robert H.
1956 box 12
Field, Alexander J.
1969 box 12
Fields, Kay Louise
1973-1990 box 12
Fine, Jacob
1967 box 12
Fischer, Ernst-Peter
1981 box 12
Fischer Fantuzzi, Lia
1984 box 12

Some in Italian

Fisher, Agnes C.
1977 box 12
Fishman, David
1971 box 12
Fleet, Shelley
1969-1970 box 12
Fogel, Marian
1969 box 12
Folkman, Judah
1984 box 12
Fondation Royaumont
  box 12

Jacob, François Monod, Jacques

Folder #1
1970-1971 box 12
Folder #2
1972 box 13
Folder #3
1973-Sep. 1974 box 13
Folder #4
1974-1978 box 13
Fondazione Alfredo Apolito
1981 box 13

Some in Italian

Fondazione Giovanni Lorenzini
1970 box 13

Some in Italian

Food and Disarmament International
1983-1984 box 13
Foor, Forrest
1974 box 13
The Ford Hall Forum
1970 box 13

-See also Ser.III, Science, Technology,

Fornili, Sandro
1971 box 13
Fortune
1960-1961 box 13
Foster, John W.
1959 box 13
Fot, Maury
1965 box 13
Foulds, John
1975 box 13
Fox, C. Fred
1972 box 13
Fox, Maurice Sanford
1960-1980 box 13
Fraenkel, Dan
1976 box 13
Francis, Thomas, Jr.
1962, 1964 box 13
Franklin, Richard M.
1958 box 13
Franklyn, Naomi
n.d. box 13

See also Ser.I, Mandel, Manley

Fraser, Dean
1949, 1956-1958 box 13
Fraser, Dorothy
1967 box 13
Fredericq, P.
1961, 1963 box 13
Freeman, Harold
1982 box 13