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Saturday, May 01, 2010 

Eugenicists: hiding in the open where the ignorant can't see them...

The Eugenics Record Office at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Cold Spring Harbor, New York was a center for eugenics and human heredity research in the first half of the twentieth century. Both its founder, Charles Benedict Davenport, and its director, Harry H. Laughlin were major contributors to the field of eugenics in the United States.

Brian Leiter
Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog: John Searle (Berkeley) Elected ...
A full list of new members is here; Searle was the only philosopher elected this year.
American Philosophical Society - Thomas Jefferson Encyclopedia
Early Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, (Philadelphia: McCalla & Stavely, 1884), 379. ↑ Various entries from the Manuscript Minutes published in the Early Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. ...
Boreal Forests, Climate Change and Environmental Health - Tuesday ...
Langston has been the recipient of fellowships from the Marshall Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the National Humanities Center, the American Philosophical Society, and the American Council of Learned Societies. ...
Study in USA Graduate School Financial Aid/ Scholarships ...
American Philosophical Society, The J. C. Slater Fellowship. 104 South 5th St. Philadelphia, PA 19106. Scholarships for doctoral dissertation on the history of the 20th century physical sciences. American Philosophical Society, Phillips ...
The Magnolia Phophate Mine, A Fossil Site Near Charleston, South ...
Carnegie Institute viii 1923. Sanders, Albert. Additions to the Pleistocene Mammal Faunas of South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia. American Philosophical Society 2002. www.eventsatrunnymede.com/history/
Nelson Mandela To Receive Honorary Degree in Absentia, One of ...
He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society. Editors: Brown University has a fiber link television studio available for domestic and international live and taped interviews, ...
Richard C. Atkinson
He has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine, the National Academy of Education, and the American Philosophical Society. He is past president of the American Association for the Advancement of ...
George Gilmer - Thomas Jefferson Encyclopedia
"Personal Property Tax List of Albemarle County, 1782," Papers of the Albemarle County Historical Society. 5(1944-45): 50-51. Kimball, Fiske. "Jefferson and the Arts." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 87(1943): 238-39. ...
University of Virginia by Maverick (Engraving) - Thomas Jefferson ...
Polygraph copy available online; Edwin M. Betts, Groundplans and Prints of the University of Virginia, 1822-1826," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 90 (May 1946): 81. ↑ Richard Cote, "The Architectural Workmen of ...
Brian Leiter
Four Law Professors Elected to American Philosophical Society
They are: Martha Minow (Dean of Harvard Law School); Geoffrey Stone (University of Chicago Law School); Cass Sunstein (serving in the Obama Administration, on leave...
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Chronographics: Arithmetic scale - Blair's point of view
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 95(4). 331-392. Barbeu-Dubourg, Jacques. 1753. Carte chronographique. Paper roll in scroll case, 40 cm x 16.5 m. Princeton University Library call number: D11 .B37 1753; Barbeu-Dubourg, ...
Founding Fathers – Benjamin Franklin
He played a major role in establishing the University of Pennsylvania and was elected the first president of the American Philosophical Society. Franklin became a national hero in America when he spearheaded the effort to have ...
Office of Communications
Newstok Awarded Research Fellowship
Newstok has been awarded a sabbatical fellowship from the American Philosophical Society in support of his next book project, Twinomials: Residual Bilingualism and Philological Citizenship in English Renaissance Literature. ...
Print Aweigh, Take Away Weekend @ the American Philosophical ...
Print Aweigh, Take Away Weekend @ the American Philosophical Society Museum. American Philosophical Society Museum. This weekend, the American Philosophical Society wants you to stop by for two days of hands-on science and art. ...
Javier Cumpa
EIDE: Foundations of Ontology: Profile of the EIDE Editor: Jorge ...
Book sessions of Society for Christian Philosophers at the American Academy of Religion meetings and of the American Catholic Philosophical Association meetings. This book presents a philosophical understanding of the conditions that must be ..... (Presidential Address), Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, vol. 72 (Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, 1998), pp. 1-19 142. "The Language of Categories: From Aristotle to Ryle, ...
UW Political Science Advising
May 3 event with Linda Greenhouse
She is a member of the American Philosophical Society, which in 2005 awarded her its Henry Allen Moe Prize for writing in the humanities and jurisprudence. She serves on the advisory council of the Schlesinger Library on the History of ...
M. Lail
Happy 4th birthday, us!
Many of the [Founding] Fathers -- before they even became Fathers -- were members of the American Philosophical Society, which was the brainchild of Ben Franklin and based in Philadelphia, the early capital. ...
Dr. Steven Chu, Secretary of Energy
Secretary Chu is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Academica Sinica, the Korean Academy of Sciences and Technology and numerous other civic and ...
Thinking About Spontaneous Order - Coordination Problem
In addition to Hayek cite above, H.A. Simon's 1962 The Architecture of Complexity (Proceedings of American Philosophical Society) is a fabulous survey of how spontaneous orders are found everywhere you look. ...
David Bressan
cryology and co.: Accretionary Wedge 24: Heroes VS Cartoons
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 145(4): 496-509. CLARY, M.R. & WANDERSEE, J.H. (2010): Scientific Caricatures in the Earth Science Classroom: An Alternative Assessment for Meaningful Science Learning. ...
Susan Sklaroff
The Gratz Sisters & Solomon Moses
72, the American Philosophical Society, and Rachel's response is in the Gratz Collection at the American Jewish Historical Society. Thanks to the Gilbert Stuart blog at gilbertstuart.blogspot.com for the use of the image of the painting ...
American Philosophical Society
The American Philosophical Society is a very old and professional orginazation founded by Ben Franklin in 1743 offering research grants to worthy scholars and publishes Transactions of the American Philosophical Society. ...
RL Garay M.
*Una investigación del valle de Nepeña, del arqueólogo Donald ...
1973c, Report on Grant for Archaeological Survey of the Nepeña Valley, Peru. in American Philosophical Society Yearbook, 1972, pp. 684-686. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society. 1974, Paper entitled The Early Intermediate Period ...
Rational Rant Supplement: Favorite Quotations
From “In Defense of History,” Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 143, no. 4, 1999), p. 586. Abraham Lincoln: This is a world of compensations… from a speech given in Cincinnati in 1859, cited in Stephen B. Oates, ...
Encyclopedic Dictionary of Roman Law (Transaction of the American ...
Publisher: American Philosophical Society | 1953 | ISBN 0871694352 | PDF | 479 pages | 24.5 MB An encyclopedic dictionary, with extensive bibliographies, designed for teachers and students of Roman Law in the classroom, for students of ...
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Eric Smith
Darwin Inspired Concerts @ the American Philosophical Society Museum
Philadelphia composers and poets have created original works inspired by the words and images of Charles Darwin, and the American Philosophical Society wants you to come hear them. The APS is hosting two concerts this Friday and Sunday, ...
MIT ILP - Event Information - Paper-Based Microfluidic Systems
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, American Philosophical Society, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Fellow of the Institute of Physics, ...
Dr. Jacob Soll – The Library and the Information Age
He has received the Forkosch Prize from the Journal of the History of Ideas; an NEH Fellowship; and the Jacques Barzun Prize from the American Philosophical Society. His work has appeared in French, German, Italian, and Japanese.
Lewis Morris Collection joins Libraries of Early America - Yale ...
... the American Philosophical Society and others) have begun the process of creating digital catalogs of early American book collections - the project covers anyone who lived in America and collected primarily before 1825." ...
Lehigh University
Lehigh University - UR News Story: 3287
... the National Academy of Sciences, a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, and a member of the American Philosophical Society. ...
Eric Smith
Weekend Picks: Concerts @ the American Philosophical Society ...
Oran Etkin, performing at the Please Touch Museum this weekend! Friday. Darwin Inspired Concerts @ the American Philosophical Society Poets and musicians perform new works inspired by the writings of Charles Darwin today and on Saturday ...
Jeff G.
Why “Why the Reasonable Reaction of the Audience Matters to ...
A Vehicle of Life: The Founders' Intentions and American Perceptions of Their Living Constitution. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 131, No. 3, A More Perfect Union: Essays on the Constitution (Sep., 1987) ...
Philosophy of Science Portal: Colonial America--David Rittenhouse ...
Rittenhouse was elected a member of the American Philosophical Society in 1768, serving over the years as curator, librarian, secretary, vice president and, from 1791 to 1796, its president. He was elected to its committee to observe ...
High Achievers Most Guarded Secret
Junto lasted for 40 years and eventually became the heart of the American Philosophical Society. People who have done the impossible have all had masterminds. Jesus personally selected 12 men and told them to follow him. ...
Dale Westervelt
The Faith of Our Founding Fathers
Benjamin Rush, Letters of Benjamin Rush, LH Butterfield, editor (Princeton, New Jersey: American Philosophical Society, 1951), Vol. I, p. 475, to Elias Boudinot on July 9, 1788. (Return). 100. Benjamin Rush, Letters of Benjamin Rush, ...
Zostrianos: Midewiwin
Traditional Ojibwa Religion American Philosophical Society, US. 1983. Yarnell, Richard. Aboriginal Relationships between Culture and Plant Life in the Upper Great Lakes Region University of Michigan, US. 1964 ...
Mike Brennan, CC-ITMS Coordinator
Mertonfest: The Hidden Christ of Thomas Merton Discussed Sunday ...
He is a member of the American Composers Forum, the American Guild of Organists and the American Philosophical Association. Vaughn has been a frequent presenter for the Chicago Chapter of the International Thomas Merton Society, ...
Wayne State University
Public Relations - Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Marilyn ...
Dean Koh is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society, an Honorary Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, a former Visiting Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford, and a member of the Council ...
From Elements to Atoms: A History of Chemical Composition ...
By Robert Siegfried Publisher: American Philosophical Society Number Of Pages: 278 Publication Date: 2002-10 ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0871699249 ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780871699244.
Daily Update: April 22, 2010
He was also a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the International Astronomical Union, the American Association of Physics Teachers, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society. ...
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society Overview. This bimonthly publication of the American Philosophical Society presents monographs on subjects related to science and the humanities. ...
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10 am-5 pm, Sun. noon-5 pm. American Philosophical Society Museum 104 S. 5th St.; 215-440-3400. www.apsmuseum.org. Dialogues With Darwin. Donations accepted. 10 am-4 pm Fri.-Sun.. American Swedish Historical Museum 1900 Pattison Ave.; ...
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Ascorbic Acid and Cancer, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 22, 1977. Received these Awards: La grande médaille de vermeil de la ville de Paris, Le bureau du Conseil Municipal, April 22, 1961. ...
The American Philosophical Association provides information for members (including Jobs for Philosophers) through its website (http://www.apa.udel.edu/apa/index.html) but one still can't join or renew membership online. Specialty sites, such as this one, and blogs like .... I was fortunate to be on the program for the Society for Business Ethics annual meeting this past summer, where I expected to read my paper, without any multi-media enhancement, the way I always did. ...
First Woman to Receive ACM Turing Award | SYS-CON BELGIUM
She is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society. She was named a Fellow of ACM in 1994. Allen has been a member of the Computer Science and ...
Parnassius apollo (Apollo Butterfly)
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society held at Philadelphia for promoting useful knowledge. Philadelphia: The Society ENG url p. 16, p. 40, p. 46. Proceedings of the South London Entomological & Natural History Society. ...
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poetic diction of many cultures, and were prominent. in. the West during classical times, the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The American Philosophical Society is a discussion group founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin as an ...
Philagrafika 2010: THANK YOU « PRINTERESTING
The American Philosophical Society Museum. The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the Independence Seaport Museum. The Rosenbach Museum & Library. The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology. ...
Dr. Edward C. Stone
... Award for Operations, the National Medal of Science, the American Philosophical Society Magellanic Award, the American Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award and the COSPAR Award for Outstanding Contribution to Space Science. ...
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A Post on Post
The correct story, according to the archives at the American Philosophical Society, is Post had an attack of mental illness—manic depression —and lost a university position in the early 1920′s. He then survived by teaching high school ...
Symphony Pre-Concert Lecture (4/24, 7:15 pm, Minor Hall)
... interested in 20th-century American popular music, especially country music and bluegrass, and hosts a bluegrass jam session for UVA graduates and undergraduates. He has received fellowships from the American Philosophical Society, ...
IT's Academic: e-Readers in the Classroom?
Katz is a member of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, the American Antiquarian Society, the American Philosophical Society; a fellow of the American Society for Legal History, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, ...
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Transactions of the American Philosophical Society. v.1 (added: 03 ...
American Philosophical Society. Publication Info: Philadelphia [etc.] Subjects: Science, Societies, etc Contributing Library: Missouri Botanical Garden Sponsor: Missouri Botanical Garden.
The 'Bacteria Whisperer' arrives in a few days!
Our exciting Westbrook Lecture is just days away, and we are excited about two more lectures at the end of March - one here at the Wagner and one at the American Philosophical Society Museum. Two more courses start at the beginning of ...
One of Nation's Top Chemists to Address Students at 11th Annual ...
He is a member of the National Academy of Science, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society, as well as an honorary member of the Royal Society (Britain), the Royal Society of Chemistry, ...
Lauren McD
Acupuncture's Mysticism United With Science | Serendip's Exchange
American Journal of Nursing 72.9 (1972): 1582-1588. 2) Bowers, John Z. "Acupuncture." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 117.3 (1973): 143-151. 3) Dharmananda, Subhuti. “An Introduction to Acupuncture and How It Works. ...
U.S. Department of the Interior - News Release - Secretary Salazar ...
Dr. McNutt's honors and awards include membership in the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. She serves on numerous evaluation and advisory boards for ...
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John Dewey | MGrammars.com - English Education
In 1905 he became president of the American Philosophical Association. He was a long-time member of the American Federation of Teachers. Along with the historian Charles Beard, economists Thorstein Veblen and James Harvey Robinson, Dewey is one of the founders of ..... “The Ego as Cause” Philosophical Review, 3337-341. (1894) * “The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology” (1896) * “My Pedagogic Creed” (1897) * The School and Society (1900) * The Child and the Curriculum (1902) ...
Tom Drinane
Medical RFPs for the week of April 12, 2010
Abstract: The American Philosophical Society awards a limited number of Daland Fellowships in Clinical Investigation for research in the several branches of clinical medicine, including internal medicine, neurology, pediatrics, ...
AACR Communications Staff
The AACR Presents the Fourth Annual Margaret Foti Award to Phillip ...
He is an elected member of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is also an elected fellow of the American Academy of ...
Caroline Barnhill
Charlie Rose Will Speak at NC State Spring Commencement
Wilson has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, the National Academy of Education and the Institute of Medicine. In 1996, Wilson was selected by ...
Andrew Steeves
For Promoting Useful Knowledge
The American Philosophical Society (whose proceedings, printed by Bradford, we consider here) was founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin. It fizzled and faltered within a year, but in January 1769 it was reborn and merged with the ...
American History – The Colonial Period
He formed a debating club that became the embryo of the American Philosophical Society. His endeavors also led to the founding of a public academy that later developed into the University of Pennsylvania. He was a prime mover in the ...
Read up on Korea
“Chosen Mondai: The Korea Problem in Meiji Japan.”Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society100, no. 5 (1956): 443454. Deuchler, Martina.The Confucian Transformation of Korea: A Study of Society and Ideology.Cambridge, Mass. ...
The Ruling Power: A Study of the Roman Empire in the Second ...
EAN Contains English translation commentary and Greek text Contents I The Roman Oration as literature The connection between the Roman Oration and Plato Outline of the 189395.
Civil Rights Leader, University President to Speak at Commencement
Other honors bestowed upon Hrabowski through the years include election to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society; receipt of the prestigious McGraw Prize in Education, the U.S. Presidential ...
Pew ties cloud industry view of NOAA chief nominee » Fishing ...
Within the New England fishing industry, scrutiny of Lubchenco's resume moved past her associations with the National Academy of Sciences, the Royal Swedish Academy, the American Philosophical Society and the like to a series of ...
Robert Baird
Human Cultural Evolution
... acquainted at an early age with English versions of the latter's work and in 1845 there is a reference in an unpublished letter to Lyell (Biblio: In the possession of the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ...
Springtime at Sagawau Canyon and Chicago Botanic Garden
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society.) After a brief detour to Walgreens, we set out for the antique and garden fair at the Chicago Botanic Garden and arrived within 40 minutes, leaving enough time to walk through some ...
The Civilizing Power: A Study of the Panathenaic Discourse of ...
ASIN BBUMQ Contents Introduction Part I General discussion I From funeral oration to Panathenaic II Traditional culture and ancestral constitution 189409.
Weekend Picks: Concerts @ the American Philosophical Society …
Friday Darwin Inspired Concerts @ the American Philosophical Society Poets and musicians perform new works inspired by the writings of Charles Darwin. See the original post: Weekend Picks: Concerts @ the American Philosophical Society …
Upper Jawbone of Mastodon - Thomas Jefferson Encyclopedia
For more information see Howard Rice, "Jefferson's Gift of Fossils to the Museum of Natural History in Paris," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 95(December 1951): 597-627. ↑ Ibid, 620-621. ↑ Jefferson to Caspar Wistar ...
Blenheim Ginger Ale, a love story
They didn't realize they were talking to a guy who once attended a closed meeting of the American Philosophical Society because the subject matter (the history and politics of state and national borders) looked interesting. ...
Janet Rowley to receive AACR award for lifetime achievement in ...
She is a member of numerous honorary societies including the National Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine, the American Philosophical Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Rowley holds honorary doctorate ...
Antique Furniture with Double Uses
One of these belonged to Benjamin Franklin and is now in the collection of the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia. Made in the style of Chippendale it is considered that. Dr. Franklin commissioned one of the ablest of the ...
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Janet D. Rowley, MD, receives AACR Award for Lifetime Achievement ...
She is a member of numerous honorary societies including the National Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine, the American Philosophical Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Rowley holds honorary Doctor of ...
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Wednesday Math, Vol. 115: Josiah Gibbs
When Maxwell traveled to the Philadelphia to accept membership into the American Philosophical Society in 1875, he was met by the luminaries and august members of the organization and thrown a party befitting a great man crossing the ...
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The Junto was active for 30 years and developed into the American Philosophical Society. He also founded the country's first subscription library and organized America's first fire-fighting and fire insurance companies. ...
Alfred Louis Kroeber 1876-19601 | American Ethnography
1957 The American Philosophical Society. For the Fifth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Philadelphia, September 4, 1956. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 101, no. 1, pp. 1-3. ...
Susan Sklaroff
Rachel Gratz
72, American Philosophical Society. Thanks to http://gilbertstuart.blogspot.com for the use of the image of Rachel Gratz. The original painting by Gilbert Stuart is on loan at the Rosenbach Museum and Library in Philadelphia.)
Harvard scholar on urban poverty to deliver Martin Luther King Jr ...
A MacArthur Prize Fellow from 1987 to 1992, Wilson has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Education, the American Philosophical Society, the Institute of ...
Robert J. Braidwood: More Than Just One Man
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 149(2 June):233-241. Zeder, Melinda A., Daniel G. Bradley, Eve Emshwiller, and Bruce D. Smith. 2006 Documenting Domestication: Bringing Together Plants, Animals, Archaeology, ...
Darwin Inspired Concerts @ the American Philosophical Society …
Philadelphia composers and poets have created original works inspired by the words and images of Charles Darwin, and the American Philosophical Society . Read more here: Darwin Inspired Concerts @ the American Philosophical Society …
Book Doctor Gwen
7 Moon Craters named for Universalists and Unitarians ...
... first woman elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1848 (remained the only woman member for 95 years) and to the American Philosophical Society 1869; among first professors at Vassar 1865; as professor of astronomy ...
Steve Sailer
Steve Sailer's iSteve Blog: The Iceland Volcano
There was a Welsh-American physician, John Morgan, who was the founder of the medical school at Penn & also a founder of the American Philosophical Society, but I don't know how closely related he was to the Welsh-American general, ...
Jim Lane
“The Future's Not Ours To See…Que Sera, Sera”: Bioenergy PROFITS ...
He is a member of the United States National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society and the Academia Sinica, and is a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and of ...
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Matt and Leann
Independence National Park
The next stop on our journey was to the American Philosophical Society, where they had a special Darwin exhibit. I'm definitely a big fan of his and I hope to one day get to the Galapagos Islands where he started with his evolution ...
American Bison Fossil
BBID=5665 "Jefferson's Gift of Fossils to the Museum of Natural History in paris,"] ''Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society'' 95(December 1951): 597-627. With bones spread out in the rooms of the President's House, ...
Andrew Mattei Gleason
He was president of the American Mathematical Society (1981–1982), a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society. Respectfully submitted,. Benedict Gross ...
American Philosophical Society
The American Philosophical Society was one of the first organizations formed by America for the purpose of scientific advancement. Founded by Benjamin Franklin, it was a place were high class members of society came together to discus ...
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For the Love of Philanthropy
Katz Source: Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 149, No. 2 (Jun., 2005), pp. 123-131 Published by: American Philosophical Society Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4598921. If you have trouble accessing it ...
Beyond Price: Pearls and Pearl Fishing, Origins to the Age of ...
Publisher: American Philosophical Society | 1998-05-15 | ISBN: 0871692244 | PDF | 470 pages | 50.41 MB. Man has been intrigued by the origin of pearls, sensitive to their beauty, & convinced of their medicinal value for at least five ...
Rossiter W. Raymond: Short Long Biography | Eilers Family History
He was a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and of the American Geographical Society, a member of the American Philosophical Society, the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, the American Forestry ...
A Guide to the Genetics Collections at the APS
The American Philosophical Society began specifically collecting manuscripts and books relating to the history of genetics in the early 1960s at the instigation of the mouse geneticist L. C. Dunn, but it was the project conducted by H. Bentley Glass between 1977 and 1985 that led to truly outstanding growth. Funded by the Mellon Foundation, Glass surveyed and indexed the existing collections at the library and prepared a printed guide to them for researchers (the original basis of this one). The APS continues to seek out new collections in the history of genetics and to make them available to scholars. This online guide contains links to the collection descriptions prepared by Glass, to abstracts of collections acquired since, and, when available, the complete finding aids. Bentley Glass's original introductory sections provide a tremendous amount of background information on his research as well as a key to the descriptive conventions and abbreviations he used.
Foreword The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, seeking to increase the scholarly usefulness of our collections, made a grant in 1977 to the American Philosophical Society to prepare bibliographic studies on topics well represented in the Library's collections. The research for and publication of this guide to our genetics collections was supported by this program. Therefore, we would like to acknowledge the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation which made possible this work. We also are greatly indebted to Bentley Glass, who as Director of the History of Genetics Project of the American Philosophical Society Library, conceived and carried out the research and archival analysis that resulted in this publication. Dr. Glass, a distinguished geneticist with a deep interest in the history of his discipline, enriched the intellectual life of the Library by his presence, assisted this Librarian in the formation of collection policy, and generously donated a portion of his professional papers and books to the Society. We wish to thank Bentley Glass for the numerous collections which have been donated to this and other scholarly archives because of his efforts to make geneticists aware of the historical importance of their professional papers. Through these many activities and this Guide to the Genetics Collection of the American Philosophical Society, Dr. Glass has, and continues to, advance the cause of the history of science. April 1988

Acknowledgments The author would have been unable to accomplish the writing of this Guide even in its incomplete present state, without the indispensible assistance of the skill and devotion of Mardi Bettes Fuller and Ruth Brown. He gratefully acknowledges their labors in the preliminary indexing of a majority of the collections. In turn, their assistance was made possible by generous allocations of funds to the Genetics Project by the two Librarians of the American Philosophical Society during the course of the project, from 1977 through 1986. To Whitfield J. Bell, Jr., and to Edward C. Carter, II, I offer my deep thanks, and to the grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Library of the American Philosophical Society that made that support possible. For the constant support and assistance from the members of the Staff and of the A.P.S. Library I am also deeply indebted, and gratefully acknowledge their aid.
Bentley Glass

Introduction This Guide to the Genetics Collections of the American Philosophical Society has been prepared to assist scholars who are working on aspects of the history of genetics in America. The collections began in a desultory way with the bequest of their papers to the Society by members of the older generations of geneticists who had been honored by membership in the Society. Most of these collections came from persons whose own institutional libraries did not wish to perform an archival function, for which the Library of the Society is preeminently fitted. Thus were amassed the papers of Charles B. DavenportGeorge Harrison ShullHerbert Spencer Jennings, and Albert F. Blakeslee. To these were added by purchase on the part of the Library the papers of Raymond Pearl, papers left in the possession of his heirs. Following his retirement from university duties in 1962, L.C. Dunn, a notable geneticist and member of the American Philosophical Society, and who was already engaged in writing a Short History of Genetics, became greatly concerned over the loss of invaluable historical materials because of the failure of working scientists to preserve their correspondence and other unpublished papers and to bequeath them to an appropriate repository. Dunn not only arranged to have his own papers deposited in the Library of the Society, but worked persuasively to get his friends to do so likewise. He was successful in enriching the holdings of the A.P.S. Library in genetics by securing the deposition there of the papers of Milislav Demerec and Theodosius Dobzhansky. The seven important collections named thus far already made the A.P.S. Library the greatest of all archives of materials for the study of the history of genetics, so far as the writer is aware. In 1977 two new activities were established that have considerably enlarged the A.P.S. Library's holdings in genetics. Whitfield Bell, Jr., then Executive Officer of the Society and also its Librarian, a historian deeply interested himself in the early history of American science, requested Bentley Glass to undertake the task of exploring and indexing the existing genetics collections of the Society, in order to prepare a Guidebook to inform scholars about the nature and extent of the genetics collections in the A.P.S. Library, and to aid in their use. Glass, like Dunn recently retired from academic responsibilities and likewise a member of the Society, agreed to do so, little realizing at the time how many years the task would take. Thus began the History of Genetics Project of the A.P.S. Library. With generous assistance from grants made by the Mellon Foundation, it was possible to cover travel costs for the director of the project from his home to Philadelphia, and to provide a full-time assistant trained in the history of science or in library research. The first assistant on the project was Mardi Bettes Fuller. After a year and a half she was succeeded by Ruth Brown, who continued until the beginning of 1985. The final phases of the indexing of the collections and the preparation of a manuscript have devolved upon the director of the project alone, and he accepts all responsibility for whatever incompleteness, error, or inadequacy the user may find. The second development of 1977 was the establishment by the Genetics Society of America (G.S.A.) of a standing committee on the preservation of historical materials. The current president of the G.S.A. in that year, David Perkins, was deeply concerned by the loss of a very great amount of such material by simple failure on the part of geneticists to prepare in a timely way for the disposal of their valuable records. He persuaded the Society to establish the committee and appointed Tracy Sonneborn to chair it. The roster of the committee included Bentley Glass as vice chairman, George W. Beadle, James F. Crow, Donald F. Poulson, Marcus M. Rhoades, George D. Snell and, ex officio, Whitfield T. Bell, Jr., Librarian of the A.P.S., and Frederick B. Churchill, editor of The Mendel Newsletter. The charge to the committee deserves to be quoted in full:
  1. To seek out, identify, and ensure the preservation of significant archival materials relevant to the development of genetics, the careers of geneticists, the professional societies and institutions concerned with genetics, and the relation of genetics to popular thought and to social and political institutions.
    While primarily concerned with archival materials -- manuscript letters, journals and records -- the committee should also be concerned that representative collections of printed materials are preserved and organized so as to be available to scholars, with emphasis on documents not ordinarily acquired by libraries. These should include not only historically significant monographs and reprints, and representative textbooks; they should also include unfruitful books, popular, diversionary, and "lunatic" literature and ephemera necessary to document the social history of genetics, its impact on thought, and its abuses. Attention should also be given to mimeographed or xeroxed reprints of committees, conferences and meetings; grant applications and panel reports; and representative editorial records and correspondence of journals.
  2. To promote the efforts of libraries, archivists, and historians concerned with the history of genetics. Specifically, to advise and cooperate with the Library of the American Philosophical Society and its publication The Mendel Newsletter: Archival Resources for the History of Genetics and Allied Sciences.
  3. To communicate to geneticists the importance of preserving historical records and documents, and to inform them of available repositories and procedures.
  4. To encourage the production of bibliographies and descriptive lists of relevant library holdings.
  5. To encourage the recording of memoirs by persons whose careers have embraced genetics and the related sciences.
In its first year of activity, the committee established liaison with the comparable Survey of Sources for the History of Biochemistry and with a number of archivists, librarians, and historians of science in order to develop guidelines for its activities. It began to collect and codify information on what genetic materials of historical interest had already been deposited and where; made a list of deceased geneticists of historical importance and attempted to find out whether their papers had been preserved and where, and to arrange for their deposition in an archival library if that had not been done. It also made up a list of living geneticists of distinction and began to contact them, beginning with the older ones. Arrangements were made with the A.P.S. Library to receive collections of papers from these geneticists if they did not prefer to deposit their papers elsewhere. The consultations of the committee with historians of science, archivists, and librarians led to a further explanation of what kinds of materials definitely ought to be included in such personal collections of papers. Many of these, it plainly appeared, were not well represented in the existing collections and needed special emphasis. Tracy Sonneborn's listing, with comments, is definitely illuminating. It was as follows:
    Letters when they contain more than mere family chit-chat and when not consciously fabricated or altered "for the record." Letters from minor figures are held often to be more revealing than guarded letters from major personages. Extended exchanges about scientific matters of consequence are also important. Letters and even scribbles of important geneticists may come to be solely in the hands of others on whom their preservation depends. Arrangements can (and perhaps should normally) be made to protect the writer and the subjects involved for an extended period. The same safeguards can apply as desired to any of the following:
    1. All diaries.
    2. Applications for grant support and annual reports of progress.
    3. Reports on students, research projects, grant proposals, referee reports, letters of recommendation.
    4. Photographs, identified and dated, and other memorabilia.
    5. Biographical and autobiographical sketches.
    6. Ephemera, crank letters, and unfruitful papers (published or unpublished). Such items tell a lot about the cultural setting for scientific research and even dead-end research projects may reveal much about the nature of scientific growth.
    7. Documents (letters, minutes, reports) concerning institutions, scientific societies, committees and journals.
    8. Complete lists of students, post-docs, and assistants are enormously useful.
The committee next compiled two lists, one of deceased American geneticists of distinction, and one of still living leading geneticists, to the number of 179. Distinction was based on such criteria as election to the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, or the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; election to the offices of president or vice-president of the Genetics Society of America, the American Society of Human Genetics, or the American Association for the Advancement of Science; principal editorship of Genetics, the American Naturalist, theJournal of Heredity, the American Journal of Human GeneticsAnnual Review of GeneticsAdvances in Genetics, or the like. Subjective choices were entered whenever the Committee unanimously endorsed a nomination. Inquiries about the locations of the papers of the deceased geneticists were directed to the librarians of all those institutions where the person had worked, or to other likely repositories. For the living geneticists, a direct approach, in person or by telephone, was made by one of the committee members, the total being divided up and assigned on the basis of proximity or close friendship. A short questionnaire was provided, asking whether the geneticist had already made arrangements for the deposition of his or her papers, and if so, where; if not, would he or she consider doing so either with the archives of a current institutional affiliation or some other library of preference; or with the Library of the American Philosophical Society. By mid-1980, 100 responses had been received. From 79 individuals (44.1%), no answer could be elicited. The breakdown of the answers was as follows:
Depository chosen and identified54
No decision at present19
Promise of deposition under consideration16
No papers saved11
During subsequent years, the number of geneticists solicited with respect to the deposition of their papers was increased somewhat, to a total of about 120. More effort was spent in urging the individuals in categories (2) and (3) to make definite arrangements. Already it was becoming evident that a principal difficulty in securing the preservation of historical materials is that procrastination in the needed actions commonly leads to a significant number of deaths before the proper steps have been taken. Only too often no provisions can be found by the executors of a will directing them to deposit the individual's papers in a particular repository. Sometimes the verbal assurance given is not known to the spouse or other heirs of the deceased person, and deposition elsewhere than intended, or even destruction, of the papers may result. For lack of funding, members of the Genetics Society's Committee were never able to meet together and discuss what measures to adopt in order to overcome these problems, and collaboration by mail or phone proved inadequate. In 1981 the American Society of Human Genetics established a parallel committee for the preservation of historical materials. It has likewise operated from the Library of the American Philosophical Society as a base. Both of these genetical societies have also made the A.P.S. Library a depository of their official records. The scientific journal The American Naturalist has done likewise. Like the records of the older Eugenics Society of America, these records are largely those of the respective presidents, vice presidents, secretaries, treasurers, and committees. The records of the journal named consist of referees' reports on papers submitted for publication, as well as edited manuscripts, business matters, and determinations of policy. These collections have not yet been indexed in detail. The information referred to in the foregoing account is summarized and tabulated in Tables I to IV.
Table I. Repositories of the Papers of Deceased American Geneticists
R. A. EmersonCornell U. (unpub. biog.; little else)

E. M. EastHarvard U.

Donald F. Jones?

E. B. BabcockU. California, Berkeley; APS

R. E. ClausenU. California, Berkeley; APS

R. B. GoldschmidtU. California, Berkeley

W. M. StanleyU. California, Berkeley; some at Rockefeller Archive Center (RAC); some at APS

L. J. StadlerU. Missouri

T. H. MorganMostly destroyed; some at Cal Tech; some at RAC and APS

C. B. BridgesPapers destroyed, except for notebooks at APS

Max DelbrückCal Tech Archives; some at RAC

A. H. SturtevantCal Tech Archives (sparse; mainly lectures, addresses)

H. J. MullerIndiana U.

R .E. ClelandIndiana U.

T. M. SonnebornIndiana U.

J. T. PattersonU. Texas

T. S. PainterU. Texas

W. S. StoneU. Texas

W. E. CastleHarvard U(?)

E. L. TatumRAC

A. E. MirskyRAC

C. C. LittleRoscoe B. Jackson Laboratory?

Sol SpiegelmanU. Wyoming, ACH
At the American Philosophical Society
  • Blakeslee, A. F.
  • Bridges, C. B.
  • Caspari, Ernst W.
  • Castle, W. E.
  • Chargaff, Erwin
  • Cohen, Seymour N.
  • Davenport, Charles B.
  • Demerec, Milislav
  • Dobzhansky, Theodosius
  • Dunn, L.C.
  • Goodale, H. D.
  • Jennings, H. S.
  • Kaufmann, B. P.
  • Lerner, I. M.
  • Price, Bronson
  • Luria, Salvador E.,
  • McClintock, Barbara
  • Neel, James V.
  • Pearl, Raymond
  • Schultz, Jack
  • Shull, George H.
  • Simpson, George Haylord
  • Stalker, Harrison
  • Wallace, Bruce
  • Wilson, E. B.
  • Wright, Sewall
  • Zirkle, Conway

Table II. Positive Responses from Solicited Geneticists [An asterisk before a name indicates that the individual has a file in the Survey of Sources in the History of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, or that autobiographical material was contributed by that person to the Survey.]
*Ames, Bruce N.Will save papers; repository unselected

*Baltimore, DavidMass. Inst. Tech.

*Beadle, George W.Cal Tech; U. Chicago; RAC

*Benzer, SeymourProbably Cal Tech

*Bonner, James F.U. Wyoming, Archive of Current History

Borlaug, N. E.CIMMYT

Boyer, H. W.U. C. San Francisco

Crow, James F.U. Wisconsin

*Darnell, J. E.Rockefeller U.

Davidson, E. H.Cal Tech

Emerson, Sterling H.Cal Tech

Glass, BentleySUNY Stony Brook; genetics papers at APS

Grant, Verne E.U. Texas, Austin, Humanities Center

Harlan, J. R.U. Illinois, Urbana

Herndon, C. NashBowman-Gray School of Medicine Archives

Hollaender, Alexander (deceased)U. Tennessee, Knoxville, Archives of Radiation Biology; some at APS: some at U. Texas

Horowitz, Norman H.Prob. Cal Tech

Hughes-Schrader, SallyProb. Columbia U.

*Lederberg, JoshuaRockefeller U.

Lewis, Edward B.Cal Tech (limited)

Lush, J. L. (deceased)Iowa State U.

Mangelsdorf, PaulHarvard U.; reprints to APS

Mayr, ErnstHarvard U.; (corr. with Dobzhansky at APS)

McKusick, Victor E.Johns Hopkins U., Alan M. Chesney Archives; perhaps genetics at APS

Metz, Charles E. (deceased)Brown U., in possession of S. Gerbi

Ochoa, SevereInst. Investigacion es Cytologias, Valencia; some at U. Wyoming ACH

Ohno, S.City of Hope Hospital

Oliver, Clarence P.U. Texas, Austin

Owen, Ray D.Cal Tech

Pauling, LinusOregon State University

Poulsen, Donald F.Yale U.; APS

*Puck, T.T.Some to U. Wyoming ACH

Rhoades, Marcus M.Indiana U.

Schrader, Franz (deceased)Probably Columbia U.

Sears, Ernest R.U. Missouri, Western Hist. Manuscripts Coll.; U. Wyoming ACH

Setlow, R.B.U. Tennessee, Knoxville, Archives of Radiation Biology

Sinsheimer, R.L.Cal Tech

Srb, A.M.Cornell U.

Stebbins, G. LedyardU. California, Davis

Stephens, S.G.N. Carolina State U., Raleigh, D.H. Hill Library

Watson, James D.Harvard U; CSH Lab. Archives

Yanofsky, C.Prob. Stanford U.

*Zinder, NortonRockefeller U.; APS
Committed to the APS
Andersen, Thomas F.[or Institute of Cancer Research, Fox Chase]

Anfinsen, C.B.[some at City of Hope Hosp.]

Ayala, F.J.Received and indexed

Bearn, Alexander G.Received at APS; unrestricted

Beutler, Ernest J.Notes from course taken under T.H. Morgan

Clagett, Marshall

Cleland, R.E. (deceased)

Graham, John B.

Harris, Harry

Haskins, Caryl P.

Hershey, A. D.

Levine, Philip (deceased)Papers not yet received

*Lewontin, R C.

Li, C.C.

Pauling, LinusDuplicate or microfilm at APS

Poulson, Donald F.Some at Yale U.

Ravin, A.W. (deceased)Promised, but not received

Roman, Herschel

Smith, H. H.

Snell, George D.

Steinberg, Arthur G.

Sutton, H. Eldon

Table III. Papers Not Saved
  • Adelberg, E. A.
  • Auerbach, Charlotte
  • Castle, W. B.
  • *Dulbecco, Renato
  • Edgar, R.S.
  • Ruddle, F.H.
  • Strandskov, Herluf
  • Swanson, Carl P.

Table IV. Matters Undecided
  • Baker, William K.
  • Berg, Paul
  • Boyd, W.C. [now deceased)
  • Britten, Roy J.
  • *Brown, Donald D.
  • Burnham, Charles R.
  • Campbell, Allan M.
  • Carlson, Elof A.
  • Carson, Hampton L.
  • Cooper, Kenneth W.
  • Cotterman, Charles W.
  • Crouse, Helen
  • *Davis, Bernard D.
  • Dempster, Everett R.
  • Doermann, A.H.
  • Dorfman, B.
  • Englesberg, Ellis
  • Fraser, F. Clarke
  • Gall, Joseph G.
  • Garen, Alan
  • Giblett, Eloise
  • Gilbert, Waiter
  • Giles, Norman H.
  • Gluecksohn-Waelsch, Salome
  • Green, Melvin M.
  • Herskowitz, Ira
  • Hirschhorn, Kurt
  • Hogness, David S.
  • *Hotchkiss, Rollin D.
  • Huebner, Robert J.
  • Hurwitz, Jerard
  • Ives, Philip T.
  • Kaiser, A. D.
  • Khorana, H. Gobind
  • Kimura, Motoo
  • *Kornberg, Arthur
  • Laughnan, John R.
  • Levine, Myron
  • Levine, R. Paul
  • Levinthal, Cyrus [deceased]
  • Lindegren, C.C.
  • Lindsley, Dan L.
  • Littlefield, John W.
  • Margoliash, Emanuel
  • *Markert, Clement L.
  • *McCarty, Maclyn
  • Meselson, Matthew S.
  • *Miller, Stanley L.
  • Mintz, Beatrice
  • Moses, Montrose J.
  • Motulsky, Arno G.
  • Nanney, David L.
  • Nelson, Oliver E.
  • Newcombe, Howard B.
  • Nilan, Robert A.
  • Nirenberg, Marshall W. -- NLM
  • Nomura, Masayasu
  • Novitski, Edward
  • Perkins, David M.
  • Pollister, A.W.
  • Preer, John R., Jr.
  • Ptashne, Mark S.
  • Reed, Sheldon C.
  • Rick, Charles M.
  • Ris, Hans
  • Russell, Elizabeth S.
  • Russell, Liane B.
  • Russell, William L.
  • Sager, Ruth
  • Sandler, Lawrence M. [deceased]
  • Schull, William J.
  • Schwartz, Drew
  • Seegmiller, J. Edwin
  • Singer, Marine F.
  • Smithies, Oliver
  • Snyder, L.H. [deceased]
  • Sprague, George F.
  • Stahl, Franklin W.
  • Stern, Herbert
  • Streisinger, G. [deceased]
  • Sueoka, Noboru
  • Swift, Hewson
  • Temin, Howard M.
  • *Thomas, Charles A., Jr.
  • Uchida, Irene A.
  • Wagner, R. P.
  • Weinstein, Alexander
  • Weir, J. A.
  • Witkin, Evelyn M.

It will be evident from these lists that the category of geneticists has been interpreted broadly by the committee. Biochemists, cytologists and cell biologists, developmental biologists, evolutionists, systematists, and even paleontologists have been included whenever it seemed that their work greatly interacted with problems of genetics, or whenever they had contributed significantly to the establishment of the modern evolutionary synthesis, which has genetics as its basis. In this era of molecular biology, it is hard to demarcate boundaries between molecular genetics and biochemistry. Rather than risk slighting the borderline areas of genetics in the effort to preserve historical materials, the committee was of one mind -- better to be too inclusive than too exclusive. The large number of individuals listed in Table IV does not signify that no response from such individuals was elicited. Many of them did in fact respond that they were considering what to do, but had not at present made a final selection of a depository for their papers. The Guide to all the manuscript collections of the A.P.S. Library, prepared by Stephen Catlett, former archivist of the Library, includes in more abbreviated form the genetics collections described and indexed in the present Guide to the Genetics Collections. In September 1986 the manuscripts department of the A.P.S. Library began entering descriptions of its manuscript collections, based on the Catlett Guide, into RLIN (Research Libraries Information Network). This is an automated information retrieval system operated by the Research Libraries Group (RLG). Whereas other libraries use the system for interlibrary loan transactions, cataloging books, serials, maps, scores, sound recordings, and visual materials, the A.P.S. participates only in the AMC (Archives and Manuscripts Control) format. As of 12 January 1987, there were 80,834 records (that is, descriptions of manuscript and archival collections) in RLIN's AMC file. These records include entries from such institutions as Harvard, Yale, Cornell, the New York Historical Society, the Rockefeller Archive Center, and the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Research libraries are able to search the AMC file for names and subject headings. If, for example, a scholar wished to search the file for Albert F. Blakeslee, all entered manuscript collections that had Blakeslee as a main entry, added entry, or subject entry would be displayed. Thus, for the Blakeslee Papers at the A.P.S. Library, a brief sketch of Blakeslee's life and professional career would be followed by the provenance of the collection; finding aids, such as the existence of a table of contents; the location of the Library; and 30 numbered items, commencing with Blakeslee himself, his principal correspondents, societies, institutional affiliations, fields and subjects of research, and listing under 'Geneticists--United States', 'Genetics--Research', 'Germany--Description and travel', and 'Lectures.' The scholar could then contact the manuscript department of the A.P.S. for additional information. This procedure would lead the scholar to the present Guide to the A.P.S. Genetics Collections and to the detailed card index prepared by the History of Genetics Project.
Abbreviations and Acronyms
AFAcademic freedom
BCBiochemistry & organic chemistry
BCGBacterial genetics
EDBiographical & personal data
BGBehavioral genetics; IQ
BIBBibliograph. matters
BPGBacteriophage & viral genetics
BTBotany and plant genetics
CCTCommittee activities
CGCancer; chemotherapy
CSCongratulations, greetings, thanks
CYGConferences & symposia
DGSDrosophila genetics
ECDisplaced German scholars
EDITEducational matters
EIEditorial matters
EMEmbryology; developmental genetics
FSFellowships; assistantships
GPGenetics of plants
GSGraduate study
HBHistory of biology; esp. genetics
HEHuman evolution; phys. Anthropology
HGHuman genetics
LLab. techniques, equipment
MGMouse genetics
MLGMolecular genetics
MRMedical research
n.d.no date
PGPopulation genetics
PIPolitical issues
PLPoetry & literature
PLGPoultry genetics
POPPopulation; demography
PRGProtozoan genetics
PRSRussian politics and science
PSPhilosophy of science
RARequests for aid in finding positions
RERabbit genetics
RCRecommendations (name)
RFReferee's report (name)
RGRadiation genetics
RRRequests for reprints
RSResearch support
RTGRat genetics
RVReviews (books, articles, etc.)
SOScientific organizations, meetings, programs
SSSolicitations for support or contrib.
SRScientific refugees
TRTravel (invitations, arrangements)
UPBUnpublished manuscripts, notes, etc.
WWIWorld War I (impact on science)
WWIIWorld War II (impact on science)
ZGZea (maize) genetics
Institutions and Societies
AAASAmerican Association for the Advancement of Science
AESAmerican Eugenics Society
APSAmerican Philosophical Society
AMNHAmer. Museum of Natural History
ASHGAmer. Soc. of Human Genetics
BEAR.GPNAS Committee on the Biological Effects of Atomic Radiation: Genetics Panel
BSCSBiological Sciences Curriculum Study
CalTechCalif. Inst. of Technology
CIMMYTCentro Internacional de Majoramiente de Maiz y Trigo (Mexico City)
CIWCarnegie Inst. of Washington
CSHCold Spring Harbor Laboratory
CUColumbia Univ.
DCDartmouth Cell.
DISDrosophila Information Service
ERAEugenics Record Assn.
EROEugenics Record Office
FASFederation of Amer. Scientists
GSAGenetics Society of America
HUHarvard Univ.
ICEuIntnatl. Congress of Eugenics
ICGIntnatl. Congress of Genetics
ICHGIntnatl. Congress of Human Genetics
ICZIntnatl. Congress of Zoology
IUIndiana Univ.
IUBSIntnatl. Union of Biological Societies
IUSIPPIntnatl. Union for the Scient. Invest. of Pop. Prob .
JHUJohns Hopkins Univ.
KWIKaiser-Wilhelm Institutes
LIBALong Island Biol. Assn.
MBLMarine Biol. Inst., Woods Hole
MITMass. Inst. of Technology
MPIMax-Planck Institutes
NASNatl. Acad. Sci.
NCRPNatl. Commission on Radiation Protection
NIHNatl. Institutes of Health
NRCNatl. Research Council
NSFNatl. Science Found.
ORNLOak Ridge Natl. Laboratory
RAC/RURockefeller Archive Center, Rockefeller Inst./U.
SSSBSociety for the Study of Social Biology
SUStanford Univ.
UCBUniv. California, Berkeley
UCDU. Cal., Davis
UCLAU. Cal., Los Angeles
UCGUniv. Chicago
UHUniv. Hawaii
UNSCEARUnited Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation
UPAUniv. Pennsylvania
URUniv. Rochester
UTUniv. Texas
WHOWorld Health Organization [United Nations]

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