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Muller, H.J. (Herman Joseph), 1890-1967

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Helen Juliette Muller, 2015-02-25

 Item — Box AV03, miniDV: CSHL1119
Scope and Contents

Helen Muller, daughter of nobel prize-winning Herman Muller, is interviewes by Elof Carlson and Mila Pollock on Febuary 25, 2015.

Dates: 2015-02-25

Kitty Brehme Warren

 Item
Identifier: KBW
Scope and Contents

The scrapbooks Kitty Brehme Warren maintaned are a primarily visual record of life at the laboratory from 1926 through 1950. Included in these two volumes are many photographs of lab personnel and visitors, the buildings and grounds, and both research-related and recreational events. Several symposium programs and clippings are also included. Dr. Brehme Warren's detailed notations and identifications are reproduced in the index.

Dates: 1911 - 1951
Found in: Development Area

Hermann J. Muller Collection

 Collection
Identifier: HJM
Abstract Dr. Elof Axel Carlson, a graduate student of H.J. Muller's at Indiana University, a geneticist, and a historian of genetics, donated this collection to the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives. He began gathering the material in this collection while studying with H.J. Muller, although he obtained the bulk of the collection while conducting research for Genes, Radiation and Society, his biography of H.J. Muller. He received materials from Dorothea Muller (the wife of H.J. Muller), from...
Dates: 1900-1982

Sub-Series III: Hermann Muller Reprints, 1917 - 1968

 Sub-Series
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Elof Carlson Collection is comprised of personal and professional material accrued by Dr. Carlson primarily during his professional academic career from 1958-2000. Professionally, Dr. Carlson was a professor, a geneticist, and a historian of genetics and the materials reflect these interests. The collection includes course notebooks, lecture notes and teaching files, scientific papers, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, clippings, and material related to Dr. Carlson’s seminal...
Dates: 1917 - 1968