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Carl Kaufmann, 2000-07-28

 Item — Multiple Containers

Scope and Contents

Carl Kaufmann on Berwind Kaufmann.


  • 2000-07-28


Conditions Governing Access

Portions of this collection have been digitized and are available online: Some tapes have been digitized thanks to support from CLIR Recordings at Risk Grant awarded in 2021, these tapes are not yet available online but are available for research in person at CSHL Archives. Please contact CSHL Archives with any questions regarding availability.

Biographical / Historical

From Wikipedia: Kaufmann was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He stayed in his hometown and attended the University of Pennsylvania, receiving his B.Sc. degree in 1918, M.A. in 1920, and Ph.D. in 1925. His doctoral thesis dealt with the structure of the chromosomes of Tradescantia and led to a major publication. In 1926 he went to Southwestern College, Memphis, Tennessee, where he taught biology. He left in 1929 to become professor and chairman of the Department of Botany at the University of Alabama. He took a sabbatical leave in 1932-1933 at the California Institute of Technology. He left Alabama in 1936 to go to the Department of Genetics of the Carnegie Institution of Washington at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on Long Island, New York where he happily remained for 25 years, the balance of his career.


1 Cassettes (Camcorder footage) : Hi-8 - CSHL1266

1 Cassettes (Working copy) : MiniDV - CSHL1086

1 Cassettes (Working Copy) : VHS - 2012

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


Repository Details

Part of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives Repository

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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
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Cold Spring Harbor NY 11724 USA