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American Philosophical Society


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Elof Carlson Collection

Identifier: EAC

The Elof Carlson Collection documents the professional career of Dr. Elof Axel Carlson as a university level professor through his retirement to become a writer. Professionally, Dr. Carlson is best known for his biography of Nobel prize winning scientist Dr. Hermann J. Muller. The breadth and scope of the collection range from scientific research and laboratory notebooks to humorous essays on modern society.

Dates: 1897-2004

Carnegie Institution of Washington at Cold Spring Harbor Administrative Records

Identifier: CIWA
Abstract This collection contains the administrative records of the directors of the Carnegie Institution of Washington Station for Experimental Evolution (1904-1921) and its successor, the Department of Genetics (1921-1962), and its final institution, The Genetics Research Unit (1962-1974), which was opened in Cold Spring Harbor, New York, in 1904. These records document the history of a 20th scientific research center and the development of a modern organizational structure through...
Dates: 1898-1977

Alfred Day Hershey Collection

Identifier: ADH
Abstract 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,...
Dates: 1918-2000

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Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) 2
Genetics 2
Nobel Prizes. 2
Abnormalities, Human. 1
Accessions Registers 1
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Administration 1
Administrative Records 1
Agent Orange 1
Bacteriophages 1
Bacteriophages. 1
Biology 1
Biology Scholarships, fellowships, etc. 1
Blueprints 1
Carnegie Institution of Washington. Dept. of Genetics. 1
Chimerism 1
Chromosome Abnormalities--genetics. 1
Cleft palate 1
Clippings 1
Color blindness 1
Community relations 1
Diaries 1
Down syndrome 1
Drosophila 1
Drosophila melanogaster. 1
Employee Fringe Benefits 1
Employee Selection 1
Eugenics 1
Genetics, Human. 1
Genetics--History. 1
Genetics--ethics. 1
Graduate students 1
Grant Proposals 1
Grants and funding 1
Great Depression 1
Human embryo--Abnormalities--Genetic aspects 1
Human embryo--Abnormalities--Treatment--Moral and ethical aspects 1
Indianapolis (Ind.) 1
Intellectual disability 1
Intersex Conditions 1
Juke family 1
Klinefelter’s syndrome 1
Laboratory Exhibitions 1
Laboratory explorations in biology 1
Lantern slides 1
Laurel Hollow (N.Y.) 1
Leases 1
Ledgers (Account Books) 1
Left- and right-handedness 1
Maps 1
Memorandums 1
Minutes 1
Mosaicism 1
New Haven (Conn.) 1
Nobel Prize winners. 1
Pamphlets 1
Penicillin--History 1
Personnel Records 1
Philanthropists 1
Plant biology 1
Polyploidy 1
Program Budgeting 1
Punched Cards 1
Radiation—Genetic Effects 1
Reports 1
Reprints 1
Retinoblastoma 1
Saint Louis (Mo.) 1
Science Publishing 1
Science Study and teaching 1
Scrapbooks 1
Slides (Photographs) 1
Stockholm (Sweden) 1
Stony Brook (N.Y.) 1
Students, Foreign 1
Turner's syndrome 1
Washington, D. C. 1
Woods Hole (Mass.) 1
World War, 1939-1945 1
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