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Scrapbooks

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Amos G. Avery Photographic Collection

 Collection
Identifier: AGA
Overview Selection of photographs in the possession of Amos G. Avery taken between the years of 1926-42. The majority of the photographs were taken in the 1930’s. This collection includes 129 unsorted photographs, approximately 75 negatives, and 3 scrapbooks.

Walter Gilbert Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WAG
Overview The Walter Gilbert Collection documents the scientific career of Nobel Prize winning scientist Walter “Wally” Gilbert. It includes material accrued while a student (Sidwell Friends School, Harvard University, Cambridge University), professor (Harvard University), and as a pioneering entrepreneur in the field of biotechnology (Biogen). The collection includes course notebooks, lecture notes and teaching files, scientific papers, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, clippings, and material...

Alfred Day Hershey Collection

 Collection
Identifier: ADH
Overview Documenting the personal life and professional activities of 1969 Nobelist Dr.A.D. Hershey, the Alfred Day Hershey Collection consists of personal and professional correspondence;academic publications, honors and awards; and records of research conducted at the Carnegie Institute ofWashington at Cold Spring Harbor, New York. It is divided into three record groups: Record Group I:Professional Papers, 1949-1997; Record Group II: Personal Papers, 1918-2000; and Record Group III:Photographs,...

James D. Watson Family Collection

 Collection
Identifier: JDWF
Overview The James D. Watson Family Collection consists of material that was created by the Watson family during the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century. The collection includes correspondence, writings, clippings, travel ephemera, and birding material. Additionally, the collection includes a series of genealogical research collected by the Watson family and by Watson’s archivists at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.