Guide to the Gunther S. Stent Papers, 1915-1998

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Guide to the Gunther S. Stent Papers, 1915-1998

Collection number: BANC MSS 99/149 z

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University of California, Berkeley

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Processed by:
Claora E. Styron and Lauren Lassleben, with assistance from Kathryn R. Fischer, Marilyn Kwock, Michele Morgan and Elizabeth Yale.
Date Completed:
August 1, 2001
Encoded by:
Xiuzhi Zhou
© 2001 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Collection Title: Gunther S. Stent Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1915-1998
Collection Number: BANC MSS 99/149 z
Creator: Stent, Gunther S.
Extent: Number of containers: 65 cartons, 10 tubes, 3 oversize folders Linear feet: 92.5
Repository: The Bancroft Library.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research, with the following exception: Box 1 sealed until 2020.

Publication Rights

Copyright has been assigned in part to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Public Services.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Gunther S. Stent Papers, BANC MSS 99/149 z, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Material Cataloged Separately

  • Printed materials have been transferred to the book collection of The Bancroft Library.
  • Photographs have been transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library
    Identifier/Call Number: (BANC PIC 1997.079).
  • Sound recordings have been transferred to the Microforms Collection of The Bancroft Library: computer discs
    Identifier/Call Number: (BANC COMPU/F 16)
    and one audiograph, Phonodisc 739.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The Gunther S. Stent Papers were given to The Bancroft Library by Gunther S. Stent on August 12, 1996. Additions were made on November 6, 1997, February 9 and July 8, 1998, and July 21, 1999.

Funding

The majority of the funding for this project was provided as a gift from an anonymous donor.

Biographical Note

Gunther S. Stent was born in 1924 in Treptow, a suburb of Berlin, where his father owned one of the largest bronze statuary and light-fixture factories in Germany. After the Kristallnacht, he escaped from Germany, traveling first to England, and then to the United States. He graduated in 1942 from Hyde Park High School in Chicago. He received a B.S. in 1945, and a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry in 1948, both from the University of Illinois. He joined the University of California, Berkeley faculty as an Assistant Research Biochemist in 1953.
His scientific career was influenced by Max Delbrück, a quantum physicist who had trained with Neils Bohr. Delbrück was one of several physicists who had crossed over into biology in hopes of discovering new laws of physics and chemistry. Stent joined Delbrück's laboratory at the California Institute of Technology in 1948 as a Merck Fellow. He became an enthusiastic member of what became known as the Phage Group, whose members pioneered the study of bacterial genetics and a new understanding of fundamental biological processes. In 1950-1951, he worked at the University of Copenhagen and the Pasteur Institute in Paris, where he collaborated with other ground-breaking scientists of his generation, many of whom later became Nobel Laureates.
Stent's book, Phage and the Origins of Molecular Biology (1966, 1992), chronicles the 30-year period prior to the discovery of the structure of DNA in 1953. Stent himself has made significant contributions in three areas: molecular biology, neurobiology, and the history and philosophy of science. Among his writings on molecular biology, his textbook Molecular Genetics: An Introductory Narrative (1970, 1978), is regarded as a classic. As a neurobiologist, he published over 100 articles on leech neurophysiology and neuroanatomy, and edited Function and Formation of Neural Systems (1977), and The Neurobiology of the Leech (1981). Stent's writings in the history and philosophy of science, which attracted both a professional and popular readership, include "What they are saying about Honest Jim" (1968), an essay inspired by James D. Watson's publication of The Double Helix; and the widely discussed "Prematurity and Uniqueness in Scientific Discovery" (1972), among others.
With James D. Watson, Stent edited A Critical Edition of the Double Helix (1980), which appended a variety of articles and reviews by his colleagues that discussed Watson's controversial account of his discovery. Stent dedicated several books to his mentor, Max Delbrück, including The Molecular Biology of Bacterial Viruses (1963), and Mind from Matter : An Evolutionary Epistemology (1986) . The latter, which Stent edited and published after Delbrück's death in 1981, is a collection of his lectures delivered at the California Institute of Technology. In 1998, Stent published an autobiographical memoir entitled Nazis, Women and Molecular Biology, which centers on his early years in the United States and his return to post-war Germany in 1946-1947.
During Stent's long tenure at the University of California, Berkeley, he played an instrumental role in the process of shaping and developing new departments and programs, leading to the establishment of the Department of Virology in 1957, and the Department of Molecular Biology in 1963. From 1980 to 1986, he was the Director of the Virus Laboratory and Chair of the Department of Molecular Biology. From 1987-1992, he served as founding Chair of the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology. While at Berkeley, he mentored several generations of molecular biologists and neurobiologists.

Biographical Timeline

1924 Born March 24, Berlin, Germany
1940 Arrives in United States
1945 B.S., University of Illinois
1946-1947 Document Analyst, Field Information Agency, Technical (Office of Military Government for Germany [U.S.])
1948 Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry, University of Illinois
1948-1950 National Research Council, Merck Fellow at California Institute of Technology
1950-1952 National Research Council and American Cancer Society Fellow at the University of Copenhagen and at the Pasteur Institute, Paris
1951 Marries Inga Loftsdottir
1952 Joins staff of Wendell M. Stanley's Virus Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, as Assistant Research Biochemist
ca. 1953 Joins Graduate Group in Microbiology
1956 Promoted to Associate Professor of Bacteriology
1958 Joins Graduate Group in Genetics
1959 Promoted to Professor of Molecular Biology
1959-1964 Member of Genetics Study Section, National Institutes of Health
1960-1961 National Science Foundation, Senior Fellow at Virus Research Institute, Kyoto University and at Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University
1963 Publishes The Molecular Biology of Bacterial Viruses
1966 Chairman of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Neurobiology
  Publishes Phage and the Origins of Molecular Biology, with James D. Watson and John Cairns, in honor of Max Delbrück's 60th birthday
1966 Appointed external member of the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin, Germany
1968 Elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1969-1970 Guggenheim Fellow at Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School
1969 Publishes The Coming of the Golden Age: A View of the End of Progress
1970 Publishes textbook, Molecular Genetics, An Introductory Narrative
1972 Chairman of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Neurobiology
1975-1993 Member of Basic Research Advisory Committee, March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation
1977 Publishes Paradoxes of Progress
  Publishes A Critical Edition of J. D. Watson's The Double Helix
1980-1986 Chairman of Molecular Biology and Director of the Virus Laboratory
1981 Publishes Neurobiology of the Leech, co-edited with K. J. Muller and J. C. Nicholls
  Publishes Shinri to Satori; Kagaku no Keiji-Jogaku to Toyo (Truth and Spiritual Awakening; Metaphysics of Science and Oriental Philosophy)
1981-1983 Chairman of Joint UCB-UCSF Governing Board, Health and Medical Sciences Program
1982 Elected member of the National Academy of Sciences
1982-1985 Member of Committee on Space Biology and Medicine, Space Sciences Board
1984 Elected member of the American Philosophical Society
1985-1989 Advisory Board, Dahlem Konferenzen, Berlin
1985-1990 Fellow of Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin
1986 Co-chair of University of California, Berkeley-University of California, San Francisco Joint Medical Program
1986-1989 Chair, Neurobiology Section of the National Academy of Sciences
1987-1992 Founding Chair, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
1989-1996 Features Editor, Journal of Neuroscience
1990-1991 Fogarty Scholar-in-Residence, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
1994 Professor Emeritus of Neurobiology and Professor in the Graduate School
1998 Publishes autobiographical memoir, Nazis, Women and Molecular Biology

Scope and Content

The Gunther S. Stent Papers reflect the varied functions of Stent's life as a research scientist, teacher, mentor, administrator, editor, and author. His career spanned a period of profound changes in the life sciences, and his eclectic interests encompassed not only science, but history and philosophy as well. His papers richly document the process of scientific and scholarly collaboration in the developing field of molecular biology, and later in neurobiology. He was acquainted with virtually everyone in his field, and his papers include correspondence and manuscripts from many of the leading scientists of the 20th Century, including Werner Arber, Francis Crick, Max Delbrück, D. Carleton Gajdusek, Alfred Day Hershey, François Jacob, Niels Kaj Jerne, André Lwoff, S. E. Luria, Jacques Monod, and James D. Watson, to name only a few.
Stent's papers demonstrate the foresight with which he preserved a wide range of documents, which give clear evidence of his professional activities and private concerns. One particularly rich series is his correspondence. Stent's out-going correspondence is distinguished by a clear and elegant epistolary style. In addition to Stent's main correspondence files, found in Series 1, there is more correspondence filed throughout the collection. For example, correspondence associated with a book or an article is usually filed with that book or article in Series 2, the Publications series. The collection also contains a representative sampling of manuscripts which were not published.
Not present in his papers are Stent's lecture notes, many of which were incorporated into chapters of his published textbooks. The absence of systematic documentation of his teaching materials is partly offset by his collection of 57 hand-drawn instructional wall charts. Some charts have figure numbers matching illustrations in the second edition of his textbook, Molecular Genetics (1978). The charts were used and modified year after year. Also missing from the Stent Papers are his laboratory notes, except for those written early in his career, between 1948 and 1952, when he held fellowships abroad.
Smaller series include University of California Departments and Committees, Professional Activities and Organizations, and Personalia. The final series, Reprints by Others, is an extensive and valuable collection of scholarly papers authored by Stent's colleagues, collaborators and correspondents. The collected reprints are noteworthy for their breadth as well as their depth. When taken in aggregate, they provide an overview of molecular biology research being done internationally in the middle decades of the 20th Century.

Container List

 

Series 1: Personal And Professional Correspondence, 1946-1998.

Physical Description: Carton 1-16; OS Folder 1A.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by personal, corporate or subject name, then in reverse chronological order (following Stent's original order). In-coming and out-going correspondence is interfiled. Stent treated his correspondence files as subject files, and they contain material by or about the personal, corporate or subject name on the folder heading.
Contains personal and professional correspondence from over 1,200 individuals and institutions, including handwritten drafts of letters, drafts and partial drafts of books and articles, referee's reviews, letters of recommendation, typescripts, manuscripts, reports, reprints, grant applications, agendas, minutes of meetings, patents, floorplans, newsletters, by-laws, conference brochures, telegrams, royalty statements, press releases, postcards, photographs, posters, newspaper clippings, and administrative materials, including financial reports, etc. Oversize folder 1 contains nine oversize items, including full-page newpaper advertisements, posters, and a published letter with photographs.
Ctn. 1, folder 1

Academic Press 1955-1992

folder 2

Academy of Independent Scholars 1978-1983

folder 3

Adams, Mark Hancock 1957-1959

folder 4

Adelberg, Edward A. 1960-1970

folder 5

Alberts, Bruce 1964

folder 6

Albrecht-Buehler, Guenter 1982-1986

folder 7-10

Alföldi, Lajos 1958-1996

folder 11

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 1971-1987

folder 12

Alikhanian, S. I. 1972-1982

folder 13

Alper, Tikwah 1957-1958

folder 14-15

American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1959-1986

folder 16

American Cancer Society 1949-1958

folder 17-22

American Philosophical Society 1984-1993

folder 23

Ames, Bruce N. 1981-1990

folder 24

Amsterdamski, Stefan 1972-1982

folder 25

Anderson, E. S. 1954-1975

folder 26

Anderson, Thomas Frank 1950-1969

folder 27

Anfinsen, Christian B. 1960-1984

folder 28

Animal rights 1981-1986

folder 29

Annual Reviews, Inc. 1975-1987

folder 30

Applewhite, E. J. 1990-1992

folder 31

Appleyard, Raymond K. 1954

folder 32-34

Arber, Werner 1959-1992

folder 35

Arbib, Michael A. 1968-1980

folder 36-37

Aspen Institute 1981-1984

folder 38-40

Aspen Institute, Berlin 1975-1982

folder 41

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics 1990-1993

folder 42

Atomic Energy Research Establishment 1952-1954

folder 43-44

Miscellaneous A 1952-1995

Ctn. 2, folder 1

Barlow, H. B. 1973-1986

folder 2

Barricelli, Nils Aall 1955-1975

folder 3-4

Basel Institute for Immunology 1980-1986

folder 5

Baylor, Martha Barnes 1955-1994

folder 6

Beadle, George Wells 1956-1972, n.d.

folder 7

Beckwith, Jonathan R. 1966-1987

folder 8

Bembridge, B. A. 1983

folder 9

Bennett, Maxwell G. 1981-1982

folder 10

Bentley, David 1982

folder 11

Benzer, Seymour 1953-1988

folder 12

Berg, Paul 1962-1970

folder 13

Berlin [Berlin American High School] 1981-1986

folder 14

Bernhard, Sidney A. 1955-1960

folder 15-16

Biology and Philosophy 1983-1986

folder 17

Bissen, Shirley T. 1983-1989

folder 18

Bixby, Louis W. 1972-1979

folder 19

Blackburn, Elizabeth H. 1995

folder 20

Blair, Seth S. 1979-1990

folder 21

Blanpied, William A. 1974

folder 22

Blout, E. R. 1992

folder 23

Bockstahler, Larry E. 1968-1980

folder 24

Boman, Hans G. 1963-1982

folder 25

Bondi, Hermann 1985

folder 26

Bonhoeffer, Friedrich Otto 1961-1967

folder 27

Bonhoeffer, Thomas 1971

folder 28

Bonifas, Valentin 1951-1994

folder 29

Borek, Ernest 1962-1978

folder 30

Boyer, Paul D. 1988

folder 31-34

Braun, Jochen 1980-1992

folder 35

Bremer, Hans H. 1962-1977

folder 36-37

Brenner, Sidney 1950-1984

folder 38-39

Bresch, Carsten 1951-1976

folder 40

Bresler, S. E. 1983-1987

folder 41

British Broadcasting Corporation 1975-1985

folder 42

Broda, Paul 1964-1982

folder 43

Bruner, Robert David 1968-1972

folder 44

Budzinski, Andrei 1980-1981

folder 45

Bullock, Theodore Holmes 1974

folder 46

Byerrum, Richard U. 1966-1967

folder 47-52

Miscellaneous B 1953-1995

Ctn. 3, folder 1

Cage, John 1969-1986

folder 2-3

Cairns, John 1955-1989

folder 4

Calabrese, Ronald L. 1974-1985

folder 5-6

California Institute of Technology 1948-1981

folder 7

Campos-Ortega, José A. 1982-1988

folder 8

Cantoni, Giulio L. 1962

folder 9

Cape, Ronald E. 1962-1987

folder 10

Caplan, Arnold I. 1977-1978

folder 11

Carusi, E. 1957

folder 12

Caspari, Ernst W. 1966-1970

folder 13

Cassada, Randall Curtis 1970-1982

folder 14

Center for Hermeneutic Studies in Hellenistic and Modern Culture 1980-1983

folder 15-18

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions 1968-1976

folder 19

Champe, Sewell P. 1960-1962

folder 20

Chandra, Hombe Gowda Sharat 1984-1987

folder 21

Changeux, Jean-Pierre 1980-1983

folder 22

Chargaff, Erwin 1963

folder 23

Chernin, Leonid S. 1972-1991

folder 24

Chomsky, Noam 1983-1984

folder 25

Cline, Hollis Tremaine 1984-1989

folder 26

Clowes, Royston C. 1961-1962

folder 27

Cohen, Renee 1954-ca.1958

folder 28

Cohen, Seymour S. 1955-1963

folder 29-30

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 1948-1992

folder 31-32

Colorado College 1972-1974

folder 33

Conference Board of the Associated Research Councils 1949-1957

folder 34

Cooke, Jonathan 1979-1982

folder 35

Cowan, W. Maxwell 1979-1987

folder 36

Cozzone, Alain 1969-1995

folder 37-49

Crank mail 1953-1998, n.d.

Ctn. 4, folder 1

Crick, Francis 1958-1989

folder 2

Cruz, Yolanda Paje 1981-1986

folder 3

Cutter Laboratories 1956-1982

folder 4-7

Miscellaneous C 1953-1992

folder 8

Danon, Mathilde 1955-1959

folder 9

Davenport, Richard 1978-1979

folder 10

Davis, Bernard D. 1956-1991

folder 11

Dawkins, Richard 1978

folder 12

Dechaix, Jean-Louis 1980

folder 13-14

Delbrück, Mary Adeline Bruce 1951-1994

folder 15-20

Delbrück, Max 1949-1994

oversize Oversize 1A

The California Tech (newspaper) 1969

Ctn. 4, folder 21

Ditfurth, Hoimar von (and Christian von) 1981-1984

folder 22

Dobrzanski, W. Thomas 1958-1985

folder 23

Doermann, August H. 1951-1965

folder 24

Donini, Pirka L. 1965-1982

folder 25

Doolittle, W. Ford 1980-1985

folder 26

Donohue, Jerry 1956-1981

folder 27

Doubleday and Company, Inc. 1973-1977

folder 28

Doudney, Charles O. 1958-1969

folder 29

Dratman, Mary B. 1974-1983

folder 30

Dubinin, Nikolai Petrovich 1965-1977

folder 31

Duckworth, Donna H. 1970-1975

folder 32

Dulbecco, Renato 1953-1975

folder 33-37

Dunitz, Jack D. (and Barbara) 1952-1993

folder 38-39

Miscellaneous D 1956-1997

folder 40

Eccles, John C., Sir 1978-1989

folder 41

Eckhart, Walter 1961-1988

folder 42

Edelman, Gerald M. 1969-1972

folder 43

Edgar, Robert S. 1959-1968

folder 44

Edlin, Gordon 1962-1980

folder 45

Edlinger, E. 1964

folder 46

Eigen, M. 1967-1987

folder 47

Eldred, William D. 1977-1979

folder 48

Elkana, Yehuda 1978-1988

folder 49

Elsas, Siegward-M. 1990-1994

Ctn. 5, folder 1

Engelhardt, H. Tristram 1984-1991

folder 2-3

Engelhardt, Vladimir A. 1959-1986

folder 4

Ephrussi-Taylor, Harriet 1956-1967

folder 5

Epstein, Herman T. 1955-1965

folder 6

Erna and Victor Hasselblad Foundation 1982-1984

folder 7

European Laboratory for Molecular Biology 1966-1967

folder 8

Ewald, Douglas Arno 1972-1979

folder 9

Ezekiel, David H. 1967-1974

folder 10-11

Miscellaneous E 1952-1989

folder 12

Fazekas, Stephen de St. Groth 1965

folder 13

Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology 1968

folder 14

Fermi, Giulio (and Laura) 1957-1974

folder 15-20

Fernandez, Juan A. 1974-1993

folder 21

Fielding, Jean 1961

folder 22

Fincham, J. R. S. 1958-1961

folder 23

Fiquet, Michele Marie 1958-1961

folder 24-25

Fischer, Ernst Peter 1982-1995

folder 26

Fischer, Roland 1980-1992

folder 27

Flessel, C. Peter 1966-1977

folder 28-29

Fogarty International Center, National Institutes of Health 1966-1993

folder 30

Fölling, Werner 1992-1994

folder 31

Fosse, Viggo 1982-1989

folder 32

Fox, Maurice S. 1953-1968

folder 33

Fraenkel-Conrat, Heinz 1961

folder 34

Franklin, Naomi 1958-1959

folder 35

Fraser, Dean (and Dorothy Keppel) 1956-1967

folder 36

Freese, Ernest 1958-1987

folder 37-39

Friesen, Wolfgang Otto 1974-1993

folder 40

Fruton, Joseph Stewart 1971-1972

folder 41

Fuerst, Clarence Ronald 1955-1965

folder 42-44

Miscellaneous F 1948-1990

Ctn. 6, folder 1-4

Gajdusek, D. Carleton 1948-1998

folder 5

Gamow, George 1955-1960

folder 6-12

García-Bellido, Antonio 1982-1996

folder 13

Garen, Alan 1954-1966

folder 14

Geiduschek, E. Peter 1965-1973

folder 15-19

Geissler, Erhard 1963-1993

folder 20

Genetics Society of America 1960-1968

folder 21

Gerhart, John C. 1966-1986

folder 22

Gershenson, Serge M. 1969-1995

folder 23

Gesellschaft Deutscher Naturforscher und Artze 1977-1979

folder 24

Gierer, Alfred 1958-1960

folder 25

Glaser, Donald A. 1981-1989

folder 26

Glass, Bentley 1959-1988

folder 27

Gleizer, Lidia 1987-1991

folder 28

Glover, Joel Clinton 1982-1990

folder 29-30

Goldfarb, D. M. 1963-1987

folder 31

Goldstein, Richard N. 1968-1969

folder 32

Goodman, Corey Scott 1979-ca.1985

folder 33

Goodman, David 1966-1977

folder 34

Götz, Karl Georg 1966-1983

folder 35

Gould, Stephen Jay 1980

folder 36

Grobstein, Paul 1973-1988

folder 37

Gros, François 1964-1969

folder 38

Gross, R. 1976-1977

folder 39

Guillemin, Jeanne 1981-1989

folder 40

Gustavson, Mark 1996-1997

folder 41-44

Miscellaneous G 1955-1995

folder 45

Haas, Felix L. 1958-1959

folder 46

Hackett, David Powell 1965-1971

folder 47

Hamburger, Victor 1978-1987

folder 48

Hanley, Michael Robert 1977-1980

folder 49

Hardin, Garrett James 1964-1970

folder 50

Harold, Franklin M. 1958-1965

folder 51-52

Harriman, Philip Darling 1960-1984

folder 53

Harris, William H. 1981

folder 54

Harvard University Press 1986

folder 55-58

Hastings Center 1975-1989

Ctn. 7, folder 1

Havender, William Renfro 1963-1977

folder 2

Hayes, William 1953-1983

folder 3-6

Haynes, Robert H. 1967-1993

folder 7

Hedén, Carl-Göran 1983

folder 8

Heise, G. B. 1987-1988

folder 9

Herriott, Roger Moss 1953-1981

folder 10-11

Hershey, A. D. 1952-1984

folder 12

Hess, Benno 1982-1988

folder 13

Hetrick, Frank M. 1968-1969

folder 14

Hildebrand, John G. 1972

folder 15

Hilgartner, C. A. 1976-1977

folder 16

Hill, Rebecca 1963-1975

folder 17

History of Science Society 1982-1983

folder 18

Ho, Robert Keith 1986-1996

folder 19

Hoerz, Herbert 1976-1979

folder 20

Hoffmann, Roald 1989

folder 21

Hofschneider, P. H. 1962-1968

folder 22-25

Holden-Day, Inc. 1961-1992

folder 26

Holmes, Frederic Lawrence 1992-1993

folder 27

Hoogs, Margery 1960-1978, n.d.

folder 28

Horder, T. J. 1982

folder 29

Hotchkiss, Rollin D. 1962-1987

folder 30

Howard-Flanders, Paul 1959-1964

folder 31

Huber, Franz 1982-1990

folder 32

Human Nature 1977-1979

folder 33

Huxley, Hugh E. 1957

folder 34-38

Miscellaneous H 1953-1995

folder 39-41

Institut de la Vie 1976-1992

folder 42

Institute for Cultural Progress (U. S.) 1981-1985

folder 43

Isotopes 1952-1958

folder 44

Miscellaneous I 1959-1989

Ctn. 8, folder 1-4

Jacob, François 1953-1997

folder 5-8

Jacobson, Marcus 1966-1987

folder 9

Jansen, Jan 1973-1983

folder 10-17

Jerne, Niels Kaj 1951-1995

oversize Oversize 1A

Poster 1980

oversize Oversize 1A

The Immune System, Festschrift in Honor of Neils Kaj Jerne on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. V. 1, Past and Future (inscribed book wrapper) 1981

Ctn. 8, folder 18

Job openings 1965-1971

folder 19

Johannot, Anne-Marie 1974

folder 20

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation 1983-1987

folder 21

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 1946-1981

folder 22

Johns Hopkins University 1956-1958

folder 23

Jones, Barry O. 1982-1986

folder 24

Journal of Theoretical Biology 1960-1980

folder 25-27

Judson, Horace Freeland 1976-1987

folder 28-29

Miscellaneous J 1962-1994

folder 30

Kaiser, Armin D. 1958-1966

folder 31

Kalckar, Herman M. 1952-1982

folder 32

Kandel, Eric R. 1973-1992

folder 33

Katchalski-Katzir, Ephraim 1982-1987

folder 34

Kater, Stanley B. 1990-1991

folder 35

Keleher, Gerald Patrick 1988-1992

folder 36

Kellenberger, Edouard 1953-1992

folder 37

Kendrew, John C. 1960-1964

folder 38

Keynan, Alex 1969-1989

folder 39

Kimmel, Charles B. 1984-1989

folder 40

Klein, George 1959-1992

folder 41

Klosters Winter Seminar 1994-1997

folder 42

Knight, C. Arthur 1961-1983

folder 43

Koch, Arthur L. 1955-1967

folder 44

Koch, Christof 1992

folder 45

Kohn, Alexander 1954-1956

folder 46

Kohn, Henry I. 1954-1974

folder 47

Konrad, Michael Warren 1958-1980

folder 48

Koppl, Frederick 1948-1966

folder 49

Kornberg, Arthur 1959-1983

folder 50

Korsching, Sigrun 1992-1993

folder 51

Koshland, Daniel E., Jr. 1981-1982

folder 52

Kowalski, Georges W. 1975-1980

folder 53

Kozinski, Andrzej W. 1957-1970

folder 54

Kozloff, Lloyd M. 1954-1966

Ctn. 9, folder 1-4

KQED-TV Television Station (San Francisco, Calif.) 1959-1966

folder 5-6

Kramer, Andrew Pinfield 1976-1985

folder 7

Kretz, John n.d.

folder 8

Krieg, David R. 1956-1964

folder 9-10

Kristan, William B. 1971-1984

folder 11-12

Kristjansson, Gunnar Ingi 1977-1994

folder 13

Krivisky, Alexandre S. 1963

folder 14

Kuffler, Stephen W. 1968-1990

folder 15

Kurland, Charles G. 1961-1987

folder 16-20

Miscellaneous K 1957-1990

folder 21

Lacroute, François 1965-1966

folder 22

Lalor Foundation 1956-1959

folder 23

Lanni, Frank 1959-1966

folder 24

Lark, Karl G. 1955-1995

folder 25

Latarjet, Raymond 1950-1970

folder 26

Lavallé, Robert 1954-1960

folder 27

Law, Margaret Irene 1984-1986

folder 28

Layzer, David 1977-1987

folder 29

Leake, Chauncey Depew 1975

folder 30

Lederberg, Joshua 1957-1958

folder 31-32

Leech Farm 1973-1987

folder 33-35

Leech Patent 1973-1995

folder 36

Lefkovitz, Ivan 1980-1995

folder 37

Lengyel, Peter 1966-1967

folder 38

Lent, Charles 1971-1984

folder 39

Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 1980-1983

folder 40

Leppla, Stephen H. 1967-1974

folder 41

Lesch, John E. 1978

folder 42

Levenson, Robert H. 1960-1961

folder 43

Levi-Montalcini, Rita 1981-1992

folder 44

Levine, Robert Paul 1958

folder 45

Levinthal, Cyrus 1952-1962

folder 46-47

Lewontin, Richard C. 1971-1982

folder 48

Litman, Rose Marie 1957-1971

folder 49

Loeb, Marvin P. 1987

folder 50

Loos, Hendrick van der 1984-1987

Ctn. 10, folder 1-2

Luria, S. E. 1949-1991

folder 3

Lwoff, André 1951-1981

folder 4-7

Miscellaneous L 1953-1993

folder 8-9

Maaløe, Ole 1951-1994

folder 10

Maas, Werner Karl 1962-1963

folder 11

Macagno, Eduardo R. 1980-1987

folder 12

Maccioni, Ricardo B. 1981-1988

folder 13

McElligott, Sandra 1980-1987

folder 14

McFall, Elizabeth 1957-1980

folder 15

McGrath, Marva 1981

folder 16

McGraw-Hill Book Company 1961-1972

folder 17

McLaren, A. Douglas 1975-1977

folder 18

Magasanik, Boris 1964-1965

folder 19

Magill-Solc, Catherine 1983-1990

folder 20

Malsburg, Christoph von der 1980-1987

folder 21

Mandelbrot, Benoit B. 1959-1982

carton 22

Manor, Haim 1965-1977

folder 23

Margulis, Lynn [see also Sagan, Carl] 1987

folder 24

Mariani, Jean 1995

folder 25

Marmur, Julius 1959-1965

folder 26

Marr, David 1979-1984

folder 27

Martin, Edward 1960-1975

folder 28

Matsushita, Hiroshi 1956-1958

folder 29

Matthews, R. E. F. 1964-1965

folder 30

Matzura, Hans 1966-1995

folder 31

Mauksch, Hans O. 1965-1966

folder 32-33

Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Moleculare Medizin 1992-1995

folder 34

Mayr, Ernst 1969-1987

folder 35

Medawar, P. B. 1968-1983

folder 36

Medvedev, Zhores A. 1960-1972

folder 37

Meier, Rolf 1957-1958

folder 38-39

Melchers, Georg 1952-1992

folder 40

Merck, Sharp & Dohme 1964-1965

folder 41

Merton, Robert King 1970-1990

folder 42

Meselson, Matthew 1957-1976

folder 43

Messer, Walter 1964

folder 44

Meyer, Leonard B. 1973-1989

folder 45

Meyers, Donald E. R. 1983-1984

folder 46

Milbauer-Kaplan, Ruth 1963-1965

folder 47

Miles, John R. 1977-1984

folder 48

Milhaud, Gerard 1954-1967

folder 49

Mir [Publishing House] 1965-1971

folder 50

Mittenthal, Jay E. 1973-1980

folder 51

Mommaerts, W. F. H. M. 1960-1970

Ctn. 11, folder 1-3

Monod, Jacques 1954-1987

folder 4

Montagu, Ashley 1959-1983

folder 5

Moore, John A. 1971

folder 6

Moravské Museum [Mendelanium] 1973-1987

folder 7

Moser, Carl 1958-1992

folder 8

Mosevitsky, Mark I. 1960-1992

folder 9

Müller-Hill, Benno 1966-1996

folder 10

Mukhin, Lev 1972-1973

folder 11

Muller, Kenneth J. 1980-1996

folder 12

Munevar, Gonzalo 1976-1988

folder 13-16

Miscellaneous M 1965-1989

folder 17

National Center for Experiments in Television 1974-1975

folder 18

National Research Council (U. S.) 1988-1995

folder 19

National Research Council (Merck Postdoctoral Fellowship) 1947-1993

folder 20

Nature 1969-1985

folder 21

Needleman, Jacob 1982-1997

folder 22

Neidhardt, Frederick C. 1966-1969

folder 23-24

Neurosciences Research Program 1967-1971

folder 25-26

Nicholls, John G. 1971-1991

folder 27

Nobelstiftelsen 1988

folder 28

Nonoyama, Meihan 1965-1966

folder 29

NOVA (Corporation for Public Broadcasting) 1986

folder 30

Novick, Aaron 1955-1991

folder 31-32

Miscellaneous N 1952-1991

folder 33

Oak Ridge National Laboratory 1952-1955

folder 34

Ochoa, Severo 1966

folder 35

Ort, Carol Ann 1971-1980

folder 36

Osowitz, Bernard M. 1958-1961

folder 37

Ovchinnikov, Iu. A. 1981

folder 38-39

Miscellaneous O 1958-1996

folder 40

Paigen, Kenneth 1958-1964

folder 41

Pakula, Roman 1958-1965

folder 42

Pappenheimer, A. M. 1956-1957

Ctn. 12, folder 1

Pardee, Arthur Beck 1957-1990

folder 2

Parker, Evelyn Dorothy 1959-1985

folder 3

Parsons, Talcott 1969-1970

folder 4

Partisan Review 1975-1987

folder 5-7

Patterson, Neil 1971-1992

folder 8

Pauling, Linus 1964-1992

folder 9

Paulshock, Marvin (and Bernadine Z.) 1957-1992

folder 10

Peace 1961-1964

oversize Oversize 1A

An Open Letter to President Kennedy, The New York Times (newspaper) ca. 1962

oversize Oversize 1A

Bay Area Committee for the Vietnam Ad, "The American People Will. . .," The Daily Californian (newspaper) 1964

oversize Oversize 1A

An Open Letter to President Lyndon B. Johnson, from the Faculty and Associates of San Francisco Bay Area Universities and Colleges. "Stop the Bombing . . .," The Washington Post (newspaper) 1965

Ctn. 12, folder 11

Permissions 1969-1998

folder 12

Perutz, Max F. 1961-1982

folder 13

Peters, Ted 1991-1992

folder 14

Peterson, Eric 1979-1980

folder 15

Piechowski, Michael 1957-1959

folder 16

Pitman, Robert M. 1977-1981

folder 17

Pizer, Lewis Ivan 1960-1966

folder 18

Plenum Publishing Corporation 1973-1979

folder 19

Poggio, Tomaso 1979-1987

folder 20

Pollock, Martin R. 1956-1980

folder 21

Pontecorvo, G. 1956-1968

folder 22

Poon, Margaret Lai Tin 1977-1982

folder 23

Pratt, David 1957-1969

folder 24

Prescott, David M. 1966-1970

folder 25

Presti, David E. 1980-1990

folder 26-27

Princeton University 1969-1986

folder 28

Provine, William B. 1973-1983

folder 29

Ptashne, Mark 1964-1991

folder 30

Puck, Theodore T. 1949-1961

folder 31

Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs 1959

folder 32-33

Purves, Dale 1970-1994

folder 34-35

Miscellaneous P 1953-1994

folder 36

The Quarterly Review of Biology 1971-1991

folder 37

Quinn, Wilhaim G. 1980

folder 38

Ramachandran, G. N. 1960-1963

folder 39

Ramakrishnan, Thekkepat 1967-1974

folder 40

Ravin, Arnold W. 1957-1961

folder 41-45

Reichardt, Werner 1956-1993

folder 46

Renz, Peter 1978-1986

folder 47

Revista di Biologia 1981-1985

folder 48

Rheinberger, Hans-Jorg 1988-1989

folder 49

Rockefeller Foundation 1990-1997

folder 50

Roman, Herschel 1960

folder 51

Röseberg, Ulrich 1983-1984

folder 52

Rubin, David I. 1982-1984

folder 53

Rubin, Harry 1955-1993

folder 54

Ryan, Francis J. 1956-1963

folder 55-57

Miscellaneous R 1953-1995

Ctn. 13, folder 1

Sacks, Leo 1966-1967

folder 2

Sachs, Oliver W. 1975

folder 3

Sagan, Carl and Lynn [see also Margulis, Lynn] 1959-1978

folder 4

Salk, Jonas 1971-1975

folder 5

Salton, Milton R. J. 1953-1967

folder 6

Sambrook, Joseph F. 1993

folder 7-8

Sato, Gordon 1956-1995

folder 9

Saupe, Kathrin 1973-1974

folder 10-13

Sawyer, Roy T. 1974-1995

folder 14

Schaechter, Moselio 1955-1984

folder 15

Schaffner, Kenneth F. 1970

folder 16-17

Schenkman Publishing Company, Inc. 1962-1968

folder 18

Schleif, Robert F. 1966-1970

folder 19

Schlessinger, David 1964-1971

folder 20-21

Schoups, Aniek A. 1990-1996

folder 22

Schwimmer, Sigmund 1983

folder 23

Science1963-1987

folder 24-26

Scientific American 1952-1984

folder 27

Scordaki, Alexandra 1990-1994

folder 28

Scott, Foresman and Company 1976

folder 29

Sela, Michael 1967-1974

folder 30

Sellars, Wilfred (and Suzanna Downie) 1970-1979

folder 31

Sengbusch, Peter von 1970-1978

folder 32

Sesnowitz, Suzanne 1967

folder 33

Settle, Scott A. 1982-1983

folder 34

Shankland, Marty 1980-1991

folder 35

Sharma, S. 1980-1984

folder 36

Sharma, Shail K. 1971-1986

folder 37

Shatz, Carla J. 1984-1989

folder 38

Shneour, Elie A. 1958-1982

folder 39-40

Sibatani, Atuhiro 1961-1992

folder 41

Siddiqi, O. 1974-1986

folder 42

Sik, Tibor 1963-1965

folder 43

Silvestri, Luigi G. 1953-1982

folder 44

Siminovich, Louis 1955-1994, n.d.

folder 45

Simmons, Norman S. [UC Atomic Energy Project] 1954-1955

folder 46

Singer, S. J. 1969-1988

folder 47

Sinsheimer, Robert 1953-1990

folder 48

Six, Erich 1957-1962

folder 49

Skottun, Bernt Christian 1980-1988

folder 50

Smith, J. D. (and Ruth) 1957-1970

folder 51

Snider, Philip J. 1967

folder 52-53

Society for Neuroscience 1969-1986

folder 54

Sonnabend, Joseph A. 1965

folder 55

Soreq, H. 1983-1987

folder 56

Soros Foundation [International Science Foundation] 1992-1995

folder 57

Southwest Center for Advanced Studies 1964

Ctn. 14, folder 1-3

Space Science Board. Committee on Space Biology and Medicine 1981-1984

folder 4-6

Springer-Verlag 1965-1980

folder 7

Srinivasan, P. R. 1966-1969

folder 8

Stahl, Franklin W. 1956-1985

folder 9

Stanier, Roger Y. 1957-1992

folder 10

Stanley, Wendell M. 1951-1971

folder 11

Starlinger, P. 1958-1983

folder 12

Stern, Curt 1968-1970

folder 13

Stewart, Walter W. 1979-1981

folder 14

Stitt, Fred 1962

folder 15

Stoker, M. G. P. 1984

folder 16

Storck, Roger L. 1955-1962

folder 17

Straub, J. 1954-1957

folder 18

Streisinger, George 1954-1975

folder 19

Stuart, Ann 1971-1973

folder 20

Sueoka, Noboru 1959-1976

folder 21

Suzuki, David T. 1971-1982

folder 22-23

Symonds, Neville 1953-1970, n.d.

folder 24

Szanto, Tibor 1986-1987

folder 25

Szekely, George 1976-1991

folder 26

Szybalski, Waclaw 1955-1979

folder 27-31

Miscellaneous S 1953-1994

folder 32

Tal, Josef 1986-1995

folder 33

Talalay, Paul 1995

folder 34

Taval, Morton 1975-1976

folder 35

Templeton Foundation 1992-1993

folder 36-37

Tessman, Irwin (and Ethel S.) 1955-1986

folder 38

Thomas, Charles A., Jr. 1955-1981

folder 39-40

Thomas, René 1958-1988

folder 41

Thompson, Ian David 1981-1986

folder 42-43

Thompson, Wesley Jay 1972-1994

folder 44

Tiwari, Shiva Yogi 1951-1968

folder 45

Tolmach, L. J. 1955-1956

folder 46

Tomizawa, Jun-ichi 1955-1995

folder 47

Tomkins, Gordon Mayer 1964-1981

folder 48

Torrence, Steven A. 1982-1993

folder 49

Trautner, Thomas A. 1962-1983

folder 50

Trends in Neurosciences 1980-1985

folder 51-53

Treumann, William B. 1947-1995

Ctn. 15, folder 1

Twort, Antony E. P. 1991

folder 2-3

Miscellaneous T 1950-1995

folder 4

Ubell, Robert N. 1981-1988

folder 5

Uchida, Hsiao 1957-1988

folder 6-9

Unification Church (International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences) 1973-1985

folder 10

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority 1954-1963

folder 11

United States Department of Commerce. National Bureau of Standards 1953-1954

folder 12

Universitá di Pavia 1965

folder 13

University of Alabama 1974

folder 14

University of California Press 1975-1990

folder 15

University of Texas at Austin 1983

folder 16-17

Urania -Verlag 1987-1990

folder 18

Miscellaneous U 1958-1986

folder 19

Vasconcellos, John n.d.

folder 20-22

Verkhovsteva, Marina 1963-1991, n.d.

folder 23

Vil_ek, J. 1958-1965

folder 24

von Borstal, R. C. 1990-1991

folder 25

Miscellaneous V 1954-1988

folder 26

W. A. Benjamin, Inc. 1962-1968

folder 27-29

W. H. Freeman and Company 1960-1992

folder 30

W. W. Norton and Company 1974

folder 31

Wacker, A. 1961-1963

folder 32

Wald, George 1977-1985

folder 33

Waser, Jürg 1981-1982

folder 34

Wasserman, Gerhard D. 1969-1973

folder 35

Watanabe, Itaru 1954-1969

folder 36-39

Watson, James D. 1953-1993

oversize Oversize 1A

A Tie for Twenty, San Francisco Examiner 1959

Ctn. 15, folder 40

Webb, Sydney J. 1964-1965

folder 41-42

Weidel, Wolfhard 1949-1981

folder 43-44

Weigle, Jean Jacques 1951-1992

oversize Oversize 1A

Hoggar (printed letter with black and white photographs, inscribed to Gunther and Inga Stent) n.d.

Ctn. 16, folder 1

Weisblat, David A. 1975-1983

folder 2

Weiss, David W. 1973-1980

folder 3

Weisskopf, Victor Frederick 1979-1991

folder 4

Weissmann, Charles 1969-1970

folder 5

The Weizmann Institute of Science 1968-1988

oversize Oversize 1A

Poster, in English and Hebrew, announcing lecture series, "The Coming of the Golden Age" 1969

Ctn. 16, folder 6

Wells, Jonathan 1977

folder 7

Werblin, Frank S. 1973-1975

folder 8

Westermark, Torbjörn 1955-1957

folder 9-10

Western Study Group on Planetary Biology 1953-1961

folder 11

Weston-Smith, Miranda [ Encyclopedia of Ignorance] 1975

folder 12

Wettstein, Felix O. 1963-1973

folder 13-18

Wheeler, Harvey 1976-1993

folder 19

Wheelis, Allen 1971-1992

folder 20

Wiesel, Torsten N. 1972-1994

folder 21

Will, Frederick L. 1990-1992

folder 22

William Kaufmann, Inc. 1975-1979

folder 23

Williams, Robley Cook 1960-1969

folder 24

Wilson, Allan Charles 1963-1981

folder 25

Wilson, Donald 1970

folder 26

Wilson, Edward Osborne 1975-1976

folder 27

Winder, Gordon 1984

folder 28

Wine, Jeffrey J. 1974-1977

folder 29

Winkler, Ulrich 1980-1983

folder 30

Wintersberger, Erhard 1967

folder 31-32

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology 1969-1970

folder 33

Witkin, Evelyn M. 1952-1957

folder 34

Witkop, Bernhard 1987-1988

folder 35-37

Wolff, Ursel 1979-1984

folder 38-40

Wollman, Elie L. 1951-1993

folder 41

Wood, William B. 1970-1980

folder 42

Worth Publishers, Inc. 1978-1990

folder 43

Wright, Barbara E. 1981-1989

folder 44-46

Miscellaneous W 1952-1994

folder 47

Yanofsky, Charles 1968-1973

folder 48

Yates, F. Eugene 1980-1988

folder 49

Yegian, Charles Diran 1961-1974

folder 50

Yoon, Myonggeun 1968-1980

folder 51

Yoxen, Edward 1980

folder 52

Miscellaneous Y 1960-1971

folder 53-54

Zackson, Saul Leon 1983-1992

folder 55

Zahalsky, Arthur C. 1969-1970

folder 56

Zahler, Stanley A. 1955-1956

folder 57

Zinder, Norton D. 1965-1981

folder 58

Zipser, Birgit 1981-1983

folder 59

Zubay, Geoffrey L. 1958-1959

folder 60

Miscellaneous Z 1953-1992

 

Series 2: Publications, 1945-1998.

Physical Description: Carton 17-32.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by date of publication (generally following Stent's original order). Stent's publication list may be found in the first file folder of the series. Each publication has been given a unique numerical notation by Stent, which is listed in the righthand column of the Container Listing as S1 (and so forth). Most folders contain an original reprint or a copy. Where a title exceeds five folders, it is arranged and described at the folder level as correspondence, drafts, galleys, notes, resources, reviews and comments, and related materials.
Includes out-going, in-coming and third party correspondence, handwritten drafts, proofs, galleys, notes, articles, reprints, articles, book reviews, photographs, brochures and publisher's materials, translations and newspaper clippings.
Ctn. 17, folder 1

Stent Publication List

folder 2

_____. (1945).

Stent number: Sa

Scope and Content Note

The distribution of the toluic acids between water and benzene. Baccalaureate dissertation, University of Illinois, Urbana.
folder 3

_____. (1948).

Stent number: Sb

Scope and Content Note

I. A study of the electro-lytic behavior of polymeric acids and their salts, and II. A theory of vapor pressures of binary mixtures. Doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois, Urbana.
folder 4

Wall, F. T., R. W. Powers, G. D. Sands & _____. (1947).

Stent number: S1

Scope and Content Note

Properties of polymers as functions of conversion. II. Intrinsic viscosities. Journal of the American Chemical Society 69: 904-907.
folder 5

Wall, F. T., R. W. Powers, G. D. Sands & _____. (1948).

Stent number: S2

Scope and Content Note

Properties of polymers as functions of conversion. IV. Composition studies of rubber-like copolymers. Journal of the American Chemical Society 70: 1031-1037.
folder 6

Wall, F. T., _____. & J. J. Ondrejcin (1950).

Stent number: S3

Scope and Content Note

The electrolytic transference properties of polymeric acids. Journal of Physical and Colloid Chemistry 54: 979-990.
folder 7

Wall, F. T. & _____. (1949).

Stent number: S4

Scope and Content Note

A theory of vapor pressures of liquids based on van der Waals' equation of state. II. Binary mixtures. Journal of Chemical Physics 17: 1112-1116.
folder 8

Wollman, E. L. & _____. (1950).

Stent number: S6

Scope and Content Note

Studies on activation of T4 bacteriophage by cofactor. I. The degree of activity. Biochimica et Bio-physica Acta 6: 292-306.
folder 9

_____. & E. L. Wollman (1950).

Stent number: S7

Scope and Content Note

Studies on activation of T4 bacteriophage by cofactor. II. The mechanism of activation. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 6: 307-316.
Ctn. 17, folder 10

_____. & E. L. Wollman (1951).

Stent number: S8

Scope and Content Note

Studies on activation of T4 bacteriophage by cofactor. III. Conditions affecting the activation process. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 6: 374-383.
folder 11

Wollman, E. L. & _____. (1952).

Stent number: S9

Scope and Content Note

Studies on activation of T4 bacteriophage by cofactor. IV. Nascent activity. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 9: 538-550.
folder 12

_____. & E. L. Wollman (1952).

Stent number: S10

Scope and Content Note

On the two-step nature of bacteriophage absorption. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 8: 260-269.
folder 13

_____. (1951).

Stent number: S11

Scope and Content Note

Zum Mechanismus der Cofaktor-Aktivierung von Bakteriophagen. Zeitschrift für Elektrochemie und angewandte physikalische Chemie 55: 582-585.
folder 14

Maaløe, O. & _____. (1952).

Stent number: S12

Scope and Content Note

Radioactive phosphorus tracer studies on the reproduction of T4 bacteriophage. I. Intracellular appearance of phage-like material. Acta Pathologica et Micro-biologica Scandinavica 30: 149-157.
folder 15

_____. & O. Maaløe (1953).

Stent number: S13

Scope and Content Note

Radioactive phosphorus tracer studies on the reproduction of T4 bacteriophage. II. Kinetics of phosphorus assimilation. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 10: 55-69.
folder 16

_____. (1953).

Stent number: S14

Scope and Content Note

The multiplication of bacterial viruses. Scientific American 188(5): 36-39.
folder 17

_____. (1953).

Stent number: S15

Scope and Content Note

Mortality due to radioactive phosphorus as an index to bacteriophage development. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 18: 255-259.
folder 18

_____. (1953).

Stent number: S16

Scope and Content Note

Cross reactivation of genetic loci of T2 bacteriophage after decay of incorporated radioactive phosphorus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 39: 1234-1241.
folder 19

Watanabe, I., _____., & H. K.

Stent number: S17

Scope and Content Note

Schachman (1954). On the state of the parental phosphorus during reproduction of bacteriophage T2. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 15: 38-49.
folder 20

_____. & C. R. Fuerst (1955).

Stent number: S18

Scope and Content Note

Inactivation of bacteriophages by decay of incorporated radio-active phosphorus. Journal of General Physiology 38: 441-458.
Ctn. 17, folder 21

Brenner, S. & _____. (1955).

Stent number: S19

Scope and Content Note

Bacteriophage growth in protoplasts of Bacillus megaterium. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 17: 473-475.
folder 22

_____. (1955).

Stent number: S20

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: The Physics of Viruses, E. C. Pollard, Science 121: 727.
folder 23

_____. (1955).

Stent number: S21

Scope and Content Note

Decay of incorporated radioactive phosphorus during reproduction of bacteriophage T2. Journal of General Physiology 38: 853-865.
folder 24

_____. (1955).

Stent number: S22

Scope and Content Note

Decay of incorporated P32 during multiplication of T2 bacteriophage. Federation Proceedings 14: 287.
folder 25

_____. & N. K. Jerne (1955).

Stent number: S23

Scope and Content Note

The distribution of parental phosphorus atoms among bacterio-phage progeny. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 41: 704-709.
folder 26

_____. (1956).

Stent number: S24

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: Les Bactéries Lysogènes et La Notion de Provirus, F. Jacob. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 63: 274.
folder 27

Fuerst, C. R. & _____. (1956).

Stent number: S25

Scope and Content Note

Inactivation of bacteria by decay of incorporated radioactive phosphorus. Journal of General Physiology 40: 73-90.
folder 28-29

Delbrück, M. & _____. (1957).

Stent number: S26

Scope and Content Note

On the mechanism of DNA replication. In The Chemical Basis of Heredity, W. D. McElroy & B. Glass, eds., 699-736. Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore.
folder 30

_____. & C. R. Fuerst (1956).

Stent number: S27

Scope and Content Note

Decay of incorporated radioactive phosphorus during development of a temperate bacteriophage. Virology 2: 737-752.
folder 31

Donohue, J. & _____. (1956).

Stent number: S28

Scope and Content Note

An identical duplex structure for polynucleotides. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 42: 734-736.
folder 32-35

_____. (1958).

Stent number: S29

Scope and Content Note

Mating in the reproduction of bacterial viruses. Advances in Virus Research 5: 95-149.
folder 36

_____. (1956).

Stent number: S30

Scope and Content Note

A mechanism of DNA replication. Protein, Nucleic Acid and Enzyme (Tokyo) 1: 131.
Ctn. 17, folder 37

Tessman, I., E. S. Tessman & _____. (1957).

Stent number: S31

Scope and Content Note

The relative radiosensitivity of bacteriophages S13 and T2. Virology 4: 209-215.
folder 38-40

McFall, E., A. B. Pardee & _____. (1958).

Stent number: S32

Scope and Content Note

Effects of radiophosphorus decay on some synthetic capacities of bacteria. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 27: 282-297.
folder 41

_____., C. R. Fuerst & F. Jacob (1957).

Stent number: S33

Scope and Content Note

Inactivation d'un prophage par la désintégration du radiophosphore. Comptes rendus des Séances de l'Académie des Sciences 244: 1840-1842.
folder 42-43

McFall, E. & _____. (1958).

Stent number: S34

Scope and Content Note

Three star mutants of coliphage T2. The Journal of General Microbiology 18: 346-363.
folder 44-46

_____. (1959).

Stent number: S35

Scope and Content Note

Intracellular multiplication of bacterial viruses. In The Viruses, Vol. II (F. M. Burnet & W. M. Stanley, eds.). Academic Press, New York, pp. 237-280.
folder 47

_____. (1959).

Stent number: S36

Scope and Content Note

A mechanism for replication and genetic recombination of the DNA of bacterial viruses. In Biochemistry of Viruses. Fourth International Congress of Biochemistry VII: 200-211.
folder 48

_____. (1958).

Stent number: S37

Scope and Content Note

Bacteriophage research: Second Royaumont Colloquium. Nature 182: 1769-1770.
folder 49-50

_____., G. H. Sato & N. K. Jerne (1959).

Stent number: S38

Scope and Content Note

Dispersal of the parental nucleic acid of bacteriophage T4 among its progeny. Journal of Molecular Biology 1: 134-146.
 

_____. & C. R. Fuerst (1960).

Stent number: S39

Scope and Content Note

Genetic and physiological effects of the decay of incorporated radioactive phosphorus in bacterial viruses and bacteria. In Advances in Biological and Medical Physics, Vol. VII. Academic Press, pp. 1-75.
Ctn. 18, folder 1

Correspondence, 1958-1960

folder 2-9

Drafts, 1958-1959

folder 10

Proof, 1959-1960

folder 11

McFall, E. & _____. (1959).

Stent number: S40

Scope and Content Note

Continuous synthesis of deoxyribonucleic acid in Escherichia coli. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 34: 580-582.
Ctn. 18, folder 12

_____. (1959).

Stent number: S41

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: Problèmes d'Organisation et de Fonctions chez les Bactéries et les Virus, J. A. Thomas, ed. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 85: 296.
folder 13

Pratt, D. & _____. (1959).

Stent number: S42

Scope and Content Note

Mutational heterozygotes in bacteriophages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 45: 1507-1515.
folder 14

_____. (1960).

Stent number: S43

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: The Molecular Basis of Evolution, C. B. Anfinsen . Journal of the American Chemical Society 82: 1835-1836.
folder 15

_____. (1961).

Stent number: S44

Scope and Content Note

The mechanism of replication and functional expression of the genetic material. Sei Butsu Butsu Ri ( Journal of the Japanese Biophysical Society) 1: 20-24.
folder 16-20

_____. (1960).

Stent number: S45

Scope and Content Note

Papers on Bacterial Viruses. Little, Brown and Co., Boston. 521 pp.
folder 21-22

Uchida, H. & _____. (1960).

Stent number: S46

Scope and Content Note

Protein synthesis and the onset of intracellular bacteriophage growth. I. Stabilization of the infecting phage to 32P decay. Journal of Molecular Biology 2: 251-261.
folder 23-25

_____. (1960).

Stent number: S47

Scope and Content Note

Protein synthesis and the on-set of intracellular bacteriophage growth. II. Stabilization to 32P decay of the genome of a secondary phage. Journal of Molecular Biology 2: 262-272.
folder 26

_____. (1960).

Stent number: S48

Scope and Content Note

Genetic studies on the replication of bacterial viruses. In Microbial Genetics (J. D. Mohler & L. W. Parks, eds., pp. 5-12). Oregon State College, Corvallis.
folder 27

Pratt, D., _____. & P. D. Harriman (1961).

Stent number: S49

Scope and Content Note

Stabilization to 32P decay and onset of DNA replication of T4 bacteriophage. Journal of Molecular Biology 3: 409-424.
folder 28

_____. (1961).

Stent number: S50

Scope and Content Note

Stabilization to 32P decay and onset of replication of bacteriophage DNA. Journal de Chimie Physique 58: 1028-1033.
folder 29-30

Fermi, G. & _____. (1962).

Stent number: S51

Scope and Content Note

Protein synthesis and the onset of intracellular bacteriophage growth. III. Replication of the genome of a secondary phage. Journal of Molecular Biology 4: 179-192.
Ctn. 18, folder 31

_____. (1962).

Stent number: S52

Scope and Content Note

A short epistemology of bacteriophage multiplication. Biophysical Journal 2: 13-23.
folder 32-33

Fermi, G. & _____. (1962).

Stent number: S53

Scope and Content Note

Effects of chloram-phenicol and of multiplicity of infection on induced mutation in bacteriophage T4. Zeitschrift für Vererbungslehre 93: 177-187.
folder 34-35

_____ & S. Brenner (1961).

Stent number: S54

Scope and Content Note

A genetic locus for the regulation of ribonucleic acid synthesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 47: 2005-2014.
folder 36

Alfoeldi, L., _____, & R. C. Clowes (1962).

Stent number: S55

Scope and Content Note

The chromosomal site of the RNA control ( RC) locus in Escherichia Coli. Journal of Molecular Biology 5: 348-355.
folder 37-41

Alfoeldi, L., _____, M. Hoogs & R. Hill (1963).

Stent number: S56

Scope and Content Note

Physiological effects of the RNA control ( RC) gene in E. coli. Zeitschrift für Verer-bungslehre 94: 285-302.
 

_____. (1963).

Stent number: S57

Scope and Content Note

Molecular Biology of Bacterial Viruses. W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco. 474 pp. (Russian edition: Molekulyarnaya Biologiya Virusov Bakterii. Izdatelstvo MIR, Moskva, 1964; Japanese edition: Iwanami Shoten, Tokyo, 1972).
Ctn. 19, folder 1-3

Correspondence, 1962-1972

folder 4-6

First draft, ca. 1962

folder 7-9

Second draft, ca. 1962

folder 10

Notes, ca. 1961-1993

folder 11

Reviews and comments, 1963-1968

folder 12-13

Related materials, ca. 1961-1963

folder 14

Martin, E. M., C. Yegian & _____. (1963).

Stent number: S58

Scope and Content Note

Specificity of the amino acid transfer reaction in E. coli strains carrying different alleles of the RNA control (RC) gene. Zeitschrift für Vererbungslehre 94: 303-315.
folder 15-16

_____. (1964).

Stent number: S59

Scope and Content Note

Regulation of RNA synthesis in bacteria. Abhandlungen der Deutschen Aka-demie der Wissenschaften: 113-118.
folder 17

_____. (1965).

Stent number: S59a

Scope and Content Note

Regulation of RNA synthesis in bacteria. Symposium Biologica Hungarica 6: 123-130.
Ctn. 19, folder 18

Konrad, M. W. & _____. (1964).

Stent number: S60

Scope and Content Note

On "natural" DNA-RNA complexes in phage-infected E. coli. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 51: 647-653.
folder 19

_____. (1964).

Stent number: S61

Scope and Content Note

The operon: On its third anniversary. Science 144: 816-820.
folder 20-22

Harriman, P. D. & _____. (1964).

Stent number: S62

Scope and Content Note

The effect of radiophosphorus decay on cistron function in bacteriophage T4. I. Long-range and short-range hits. Journal of Molecular Biology 10: 488-507.
folder 23-25

Konrad, M. W. & _____. (1965).

Stent number: S63

Scope and Content Note

Transfer distribution of the DNA of T4 phage over its progeny. Zeitschrift für Vererbungslehre 96: 66-82.
Ctn. 20, folder 1

Hill, R. & _____. (1965).

Stent number: S64

Scope and Content Note

Genetic factors of E. coli determining suppression of the amber mutant phenotype of T4 bacteriophage. Biochemical and Biophysical ResearchCommunications 18: 757-762.
folder 2-4

_____. (1966).

Stent number: S65

Scope and Content Note

Genetic transcription. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.(London) 164: 181-197.
folder 5

Bremer, H., M. W. Konrad, K. Gaines & _____. (1965).

Stent number: S66

Scope and Content Note

Direction of chain growth in enzymic RNA synthesis. Journal of Molecular Biology 13: 540-553.
folder 6

_____. (1965).

Stent number: S67

Scope and Content Note

Mechanism and control of genetic transcription. Proceedings of the Symposium on the Mutational Process: 267-272.
folder 7

_____. (1965).

Stent number: S68

Scope and Content Note

1965 Nobel laureates in medicine and physiology. Science 150: 462-464.
folder 8

Harriman, P.D. & _____. (1966).

Stent number: S69

Scope and Content Note

Effect of radiophosphorus decay on cistron function in bacteriophage T4. II. Stabilization to inactivation during phage growth. Journal of Molecular Biology 17: 407-417.
folder 9-11

Yegian, C. D., _____, & E. M. Martin (1966).

Stent number: S70

Scope and Content Note

Intracellular condition of Escherichia coli transfer RNA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 55: 839-846.
 

Cairns, J., _____. & J. D. Watson. (1966).

Stent number: S71

Scope and Content Note

Phage and the Origins of Molecular Biology. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. 340 pp.
Ctn. 20, folder 12-15

Correspondence, 1964-1969

folder 16-19

First draft, [ca. 1965]

folder 20

Notes, [ca.1965]

folder 21

Reviews and comments, 1966-1967

folder 22

Bremer, H. & _____. (1966).

Stent number: S72

Scope and Content Note

Binding of E. coli transfer RNA to E. coli RNA polymerase. Acta Biochimica Polonica 13: 367-377.
folder 23

_____. (1967).

Stent number: S73

Scope and Content Note

Induction and repression of enzyme synthesis. In The Neurosciences (F. O. Schmitt, ed.). The Rockefeller University Press, New York.
folder 24

_____. (1967).

Stent number: S74

Scope and Content Note

Coupled regulation of bacterial RNA and protein synthesis. In Organizational Biosynthesis (H. J. Vogel, J. O. Lampen & V. Bryson, eds., pp. 99-109). Academic Press, New York.
folder 25-26

Lacroute, F. & _____. (1968).

Stent number: S75

Scope and Content Note

Peptide chain growth of ß-galactosidase in Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology 35: 165-173.
folder 27-29

_____. (1968).

Stent number: S76

Scope and Content Note

That was the molecular biology that was. Science 160: 390-395. (German translation: So war das mit der Molekularbiologie. In Die zweite Schöpfung, J. Herbig and R. Hohlfeld, eds., pp. 329-349. (Hanser Verlag, München, 1990).
folder 30

Lacroute, F. & _____. (1968).

Stent number: S77

Scope and Content Note

Stimulation of the differential rate of ß-galactosidase synthesis in E. coli by trimethoprim. Molecular General Genetics Journal 101: 368-375.
folder 31

_____. (1968).

Stent number: S78

Scope and Content Note

What they are saying about Honest Jim. Quarterly Review of Biology 43: 179-184.
folder 32

Wettstein, F. O. & _____. (1968).

Stent number: S79

Scope and Content Note

Physiologically induced changes in the property of phenylalanine t-RNA in Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology 38: 25-40.
Ctn. 21, folder 1-2

Krieg, R. H. & _____. (1968).

Stent number: S80

Scope and Content Note

Bacterial genetic factors controlling the suppression of T4 phage amber mutants. I. Suppression patterns of a collection of E. coli strains. Molecular General Genetics Journal 103: 274-293.
folder 3

Krieg, R. H. & _____. (1968).

Stent number: S81

Scope and Content Note

Bacterial genetic factors controlling the suppression of T4 phage amber mutants. II. Suppression patterns among the segregants of bacterial crosses. Molecular General Genetics Journal 103: 294-304.
folder 4

Yegian, C. D. & _____. (1969).

Stent number: S82

Scope and Content Note

An unusual condition of leucine transfer RNA appearing during leucine starvation of Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology 39: 45-58.
folder 4

Yegian, C. D. & _____. (1969).

Stent number: S83

Scope and Content Note

Differential aminoacylation of three species of isoleucine transfer RNA from Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology 39: 59-71.
folder 5-6

Manor, H., D. Goodman & _____. (1969).

Stent number: S84

Scope and Content Note

RNA chain growth rates in Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology 39: 1-29.
folder 7

Edlin, G., _____, R. F. Baker & C. Yanofsky (1968).

Stent number: S85

Scope and Content Note

Synthesis of a specific messenger RNA during amino acid starvation of Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology 37: 257-268.
 

_____. (1969).

Stent number: S86

Scope and Content Note

The Coming of the Golden Age: A View of the End of Progress. The Natural History Press, New York. 146 pp. (Paperback edition, 1971; Spanish edition: El advenimiento de la Edad de Oro. Seix Barral, Barcelona, 1973; Japanese edition: Misuzu Shobo, Tokyo, 1972; French edition: L'avènement de l'Age d'Or, Fayard, Paris, 1973.
folder 8-11

Correspondence, 1967-1978

folder 12

First draft, 1967

folder 13

Second draft, 1967

folder 14-15

Final draft, 1968

folder 16-17

Notes, [ca.1965]-1970

folder 18

Reviews and comments, 1969-1971

folder 19-25

Resources (Lecture: The Golden Age), 1967-1968

folder 26

Related materials, 1970-1986

folder 27

Translation (German) by Katharina Saupe, 1969-1976

Ctn. 21, folder 28

Edlin, G. & _____. (1969).

Stent number: S87

Scope and Content Note

Nucleoside triphosphate pools and the regulation of RNA synthesis in E. coli. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 62: 475-482.
folder 29-31

_____. (1970).

Stent number: S88

Scope and Content Note

DNA. Daedalus 99: 909-937.
Ctn. 22, folder 1

_____. (1969).

Stent number: S89

Scope and Content Note

The 1969 Nobel prize for physiology or medicine. Science 166: 479-481.
 

_____. (1971).

Stent number: S90

Scope and Content Note

Molecular Genetics: An In troductory Narrative. W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco. 650 pp. (Spanish edition: Ediciones Omega, Barcelona, 1973; Russian

edition: Izdatelstvo Mir, Moskva, 1974; Italian

edition: Zafirelli, Bologna, 1977: Chinese

edition: Academia Sinica, Beijing, 1978.)
folder 2-3

Correspondence, 1970-1977

folder 4-6

First draft, [ca. 1969]

folder 7-11

Second draft, [ca. 1969]

folder 12-17

Third draft, [ca. 1969]

folder 18-23

Final draft, [ca. 1970]

Ctn. 23, folder 1-2

Final draft, [ca. 1970]

folder 3

Notes, 1967-1972

folder 4-6

Reviews and comments, 1966-1978

folder 7

Related material, 1966-1976

folder 8-10

_____. (1971).

Stent number: S91

Scope and Content Note

An ode to objectivity. Does God play at dice? The Atlantic 228: 125-130.
folder 11

_____. (1971).

Stent number: S91a

Scope and Content Note

A History of Modern Biology. In "Biology and Human Affairs." Voice of America.
folder 12

_____. (1972).

Stent number: S92

Scope and Content Note

Prematurity and uniqueness in scientific discovery. In Advances in Biosciences 8: 433-449.
folder 13-14

_____. (1972).

Stent number: S93

Scope and Content Note

Cellular communication. Scientific American 227(3): 42-51.
folder 15

_____. (1972).

Stent number: S94

Scope and Content Note

Ne plus ultra. (Book Review: The Hope of Progress, P.B. Medawar). Nature 240: 265-267.
 

_____. (1972).

Stent number: S95

Scope and Content Note

Prematurity and uniqueness in scientific discovery. Scientific American 227(6): 84-93.
Ctn. 23, folder 16-21

Correspondence, 1972-1975, 1998

folder 22

Notes, [ca. 1971-1972]

folder 23

Related materials, [ca. 1971-1973]

 

_____. (1973).

Scope and Content Note

Vorzeitigkeit und Einmaligkeit wissenschaftlicher Entdeckungen. pp. 148-165.
folder 24

_____. (1973).

Stent number: S96

Scope and Content Note

Shakespeare and DNA. New York Times, January 28, p.17
folder 25

_____. (1973).

Stent number: S96a

Scope and Content Note

Book Review. Challenging Biological Problems (J. A. Behnke, ed.), and Biology, History and Natural Philosophy (A. D. Breck and W. Yourgrau, eds.). Isis 64: 432-433.
folder 26

_____. (1973).

Stent number: S97

Scope and Content Note

A physiological mechanism for Hebb's postulate of learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 70: 997-1001.
folder 27

Cozzone, A. J. & _____. (1973).

Stent number: S98

Scope and Content Note

Movement of ribosomes over messenger RNA in poly-somes of rel + and rel - Escherichia coli strains. Journal of Molecular Biology 76: 163-179.
folder 28

_____. (1974).

Stent number: S99

Scope and Content Note

Cellular theory of learning. Protein, Nucleic Acid and Enzyme (Tokyo) 19: 68-77.
folder 29-30

Kristan, W. B., Jr. and _____ & C. A. Ort (1974).

Stent number: S100

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal control of swimming in the medicinal leech. I. Dynamics of the swimming rhythm. Journal of Comparative Physiology 94: 97-119.
folder 29-30

Ort, C. A., W. B. Kristan, Jr. & _____.(1974).

Stent number: S101

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal control of swimming in the medicinal leech. II. Identification and connections of motor neurons. Journal of Comparative Physiology 94: 121-154.
folder 29-30

Kristan, W. B. Jr., _____ & C. A. Ort (1974).

Stent number: S102

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal control of swimming in the medicinal leech. III. Impulse patterns of the motor neurons. Journal of Comparative Physiology 94: 155-176.
folder 31

_____. (1974).

Stent number: S103

Scope and Content Note

Molecular biology and metaphysics. Nature 248: 779-781.
Ctn. 23, folder 32

_____. (1974).

Stent number: S104

Scope and Content Note

The dilemma of science and morals. Genetics 78: 41-51.
folder 33

_____. (1975).

Stent number: S105

Scope and Content Note

On art and science: A reply to Leonard B. Meyer. Critical Inquiry 1: 683-698.
folder 34

_____. (1974).

Stent number: S106

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: Life: The Unfinished Experiment, S. E. Luria. New York Times Book Review, September 8, 1974, pp. 27-28.
 

_____. (1975).

Stent number: S107

Scope and Content Note

Limits to the scientific understanding of man. Science 187: 1052-1057.
folder 35-38

Correspondence, 1974-1976

folder 39

Drafts, ca. 1973-1975

folder 40

Galley proofs,1975

folder 41

Resources, 1954-1975

folder 42

_____. (1975).

Stent number: S108

Scope and Content Note

The dilemma of science and morals. Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 10: 95-112.
folder 43

_____. (1974).

Stent number: S109

Scope and Content Note

A history of modern biology. In Biology in Human Affairs (H. Boardman & S. A. Ross, eds.) Voice of America, U.S. Information Service, Washington, D.C., pp. 17-29.
Ctn. 24, folder 1-2

Kristan, W. B., Jr. and _____. (1976).

Stent number: S110

Scope and Content Note

Peripheral feedback in the leech swimming rhythm. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 40: 663-674.
folder 3-4

Kretz, J. R., _____ & W. B. Kristan, Jr. (1976).

Stent number: S111

Scope and Content Note

Photosensory input pathways in the medicinal leech. Journal of Comparative Physiology 106: 1-37.
folder 5-6

_____. (1976).

Stent number: S112

Scope and Content Note

The new biology: Decline of the Baconian creed. The Great Ideas Today, pp. 152-193.
folder 7

_____. (1975).

Stent number: S113

Scope and Content Note

Book review: The Path to the Double Helix, R. Olby. The Quarterly Review of Biology 50: 431-432.
folder 8-9

Thompson, W. J. & _____. (1976).

Stent number: S114

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal control of heartbeat in the medicinal leech. I. Generation of the vascular constriction rhythm by heart motor neurons. Journal of Comparative Physiology 111: 261-279.
Ctn. 24, folder 8-9

Thompson, W. J. & _____. (1976).

Stent number: S115

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal control of heartbeat in the medicinal leech. II. Intersegmental coordination of heart motor neuron activity by heart interneurons. Journal of Comparative Physiology 111: 281-307.
folder 8-9

Thompson, W. J. & _____. (1976).

Stent number: S116

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal control of heartbeat in the medicinal leech. III. Synaptic relations of the heart interneurons. Journal of Comparative Physiology 111: 309-333.
folder 10

_____. (1976).

Stent number: S117

Scope and Content Note

Der Wandel in der Einstellung zum Tode seit der Aufklärung. In Der Grenzbereich zwischen Leben und Tod. Joachim Jungius-Gesellschaft. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Goettingen, pp. 154-168.
folder 11

_____. (1977).

Stent number: S118

Scope and Content Note

Explicit and implicit semantic content of the genetic information. In Foundational Problems in the Special Sciences (R. Butts & J. Hintikka, eds.). D. Reidel, Dordrecht, pp. 131-149.
folder 12

_____. (1977).

Stent number: S119

Scope and Content Note

The poverty of scientism. In Value, Knowledge and Belief (H. Tristram Engelhardt & D. Callahan, eds.). Hastings Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, pp. 225-246.
folder 13

Friesen, W. O., M. Poon & _____. (1976).

Stent number: S120

Scope and Content Note

An oscillatory neuronal circuit generating a locomotory rhythm. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 73: 3734-3738.
folder 14

_____. (1976).

Stent number: S121

Scope and Content Note

The poverty of scientism and the promise of structuralist ethics. The Hastings Center Report 6(2): 32-40.
folder 15

Friesen, W. O. & _____. (1977).

Stent number: S122

Scope and Content Note

Generation of a locomotory rhythm by a neural network with recurrent cyclic inhibition. Biological Cybernetics 28: 27-40.
 

_____. & R. Calendar (1978).

Stent number: S123

Scope and Content Note

Molecular Genetics: An Introductory Narrative. Second Edition, W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco. 773 pp. (Russian edition: Molekulyarnaya Genetika. Isdatelstvo "MIR", Moskva, 1981; Spanish edition: Ediciones Omega, Barcelona, 1981; Japanese edition: Iwanami Shoten, Tokyo, 1983).
folder 16-19

Correspondence, 1972-1991

folder 20-27

Final draft, 1977

Ctn. 25, folder 1

Final draft, 1977

Stent number: S123

folder 2-5

Page proofs, 1978

folder 6

Notes, [ca. 1978]

folder 7

Reviews and comments, 1979-1980

folder 8

Related materials, 1989

folder 9

Photographs, n.d.

folder 10-11

Friesen, W. O., M. Poon & _____. (1978).

Stent number: S124

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal control of swimming in the medicinal leech. V. Identification of a network of oscillatory interneurones. Journal of Experimental Biology 75: 25-43.
folder 10-11

Poon, M., W. O. Friesen & _____. (1978).

Stent number: S125

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal control of swimming in the medicinal leech. V. Connexions between the oscillatory interneurones and the motor neurones. Journal of Experimental Biology 75: 45-63.
folder 12

_____., ed. (1977).

Stent number: S126

Scope and Content Note

Report of the Dahlem Workshop on Function and Formation of Neural Systems. Dahlem Konferenzen, Berlin. 365 pp.
folder 13-14

Friesen, W. O. & _____. (1978).

Stent number: S127

Scope and Content Note

Neural circuits for generating rhythmic movements. Annual Review of Biophysics and Bioengineering 7: 37-61.
folder 15-17

_____. (1978).

Stent number: S128

Scope and Content Note

Paradoxes of Progress. W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco. 231 pp. (Spanish edition: Las paradojas del progreso. Alhambra, Madrid, 1981).
folder 18

_____. (1977).

Stent number: S129

Scope and Content Note

You can take the ethics out of altruism but you can't take the altruism out of ethics. (Book Review: The Selfish Gene, R. Dawkins.) The Hastings Center Report 7(6): 33-36.
folder 19

_____., W. B. Kristan, Jr., W. O. Friesen, C. A. Ort, M. Poon & R. L. Calabrese (1978).

Stent number: S130

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal generation of the leech swimming movement. An oscillatory network of neurons driving a locomotory rhythm has been identified. Science 200: 1348-1357.
folder 20-21

_____., W. J. Thompson & R. L. Calabrese (1979).

Stent number: S131

Scope and Content Note

Neuronal control of heartbeat in the leech and in some other invertebrates. Physiological Reviews 59: 101-136.
folder 22

Friesen, W. O. & _____. (1978).

Stent number: S132

Scope and Content Note

Multi-channel audio monitor for detecting electrical signals. Review of Scientific Instruments 49: 1691-1693.
Ctn. 25, folder 23

_____. (1978).

Stent number: S133

Scope and Content Note

Response to Stephen Toulmin. In Morals, Science and Sociality (H. T. Engelhardt & D. Callahan, eds.). The Hastings Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, pp. 68-72.
folder 24-26

_____. (1979).

Stent number: S134

Scope and Content Note

Science and morality as paradoxical aspects of reason. In Knowing and Valuing: The Search for Common Roots (H. T. Engelhardt & D. Callahan, eds.). The Hastings Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, pp. 79-101.
Ctn. 26, folder 1-2

_____., ed. (1978).

Stent number: S135

Scope and Content Note

Morality as a Biological Phenomenon. Dahlem Konferenzen, Berlin. 323 pp. (Reprinted by University of California Press, 1981).
folder 3

Weisblat, D. A., R. T. Sawyer & _____. (1978).

Stent number: S136

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage analysis by intracellular injection of a tracer enzyme. Science 202: 1295-1298.
folder 4

_____. (1979).

Stent number: S137

Scope and Content Note

Sociobiology in the dock. (Book Review: The Use and Abuse of Biology: An Anthropological Critique of Sociobiology, M. Sahlins.) Partisan Review 4: 623-629.
folder 5

_____. (1978).

Stent number: S138

Scope and Content Note

Reconsiderations: The ouble Helix by James D. Watson. Human Nature 1(8): 92-96.
folder 6

_____. (1979).

Scope and Content Note

Does God play dice? S139 The Sciences, March: 18-23.
folder 7

_____. (1979).

Stent number: S140

Scope and Content Note

The ode to objectivity. In The Origins of Molecular Biology. A. Lwoff & A. Ullman, eds. Academic Press, New York, pp. 231-237.
 

_____., ed. (1980).

Stent number: S141

Scope and Content Note

The Double Helix: A Personal Account of the Discovery of the Structure of DNA. W. W. Norton, New York. 298 pp.
folder 8-9

Correspondence, 1966-1982

folder 10

Draft: preface and introduction, [ca. 1973-1978]

folder 11-13

Proof, [ca. 1980]

folder 14

Galley, 1980

folder 15

Notes, 1979-1980

folder 16

Reviews and comments, 1980-1982

folder 17-19

Resources, 1968-1979

folder 20

Related materials, 1979-1987

Ctn. 26, folder 21

_____. (1979).

Stent number: S142

Scope and Content Note

Developmental neurobiology of the leech. Kagaku (Tokyo) 49: 290-300.
folder 22

_____. (1979).

Stent number: S143

Scope and Content Note

Naturwissenschaft und Ethik als paradoxe Schöpfungen der Vernunft. Naturwissenschaften 66: 354-357.
folder 23

_____. & J. D. Baxter (1979).

Stent number: S144

Scope and Content Note

In memoriam, Gordon Mayer Tomkins (1926-1975). In Hormones and Cell Culture (G. H. Sato & R. Ross, eds.). Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, pp. xxi-xxvii.
folder 24

Weisblat, D. A., S. Blair & _____. (1979).

Stent number: S145

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage and regulation during leech neurogenesis as revealed by enzyme injection of identified embryonic cells. Neuroscience Abstracts 5: 184.
folder 25

Weisblat, D. A., G. Harper, _____. & R. T. Sawyer (1980).

Stent number: S146

Scope and Content Note

Embryonic cell lineages in the nervous system of the glossiphoniid leech Helobdella triserialis. Developmental Biology 76: 58-78.
folder 26

_____. (1979).

Stent number: S147

Scope and Content Note

A thought-collective. (Book Review: The Eighth Day of Creation, H. F. Judson.) The Quarterly Review of Biology 54: 421-427.
folder 27

_____. (1980).

Stent number: S148

Scope and Content Note

Comments on M. Volkenstein's 'About the freedom of will.' Journal of Social and Biological Structures 3: 73-76.
folder 28

_____. (1980).

Stent number: S149

Scope and Content Note

To the Stockholm station. Makers of the molecular-biological revolution. Encounter March: 79-85.
folder 29

_____. (1980).

Stent number: S150

Scope and Content Note

The genetic approach to developmental neurobiology. Trends in Neurosciences 3(2): 49-51.
folder 30-31

_____. (1981).

Stent number: S151

Scope and Content Note

Strength and weakness of the genetic approach to the develop- ment of the nervous system . Annual Review of Neuroscience 4: 163-194.
folder 32

_____. (1980).

Stent number: S152

Scope and Content Note

This above all. (Book Review: Advice to a Young Scientist, P. B. Medawar.) Nature 284: 665-666.
Ctn. 26, folder 33

_____. (1980).

Stent number: S153

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: Genesis and Development of a Scientific Fact, L. Fleck. Quarterly Review of Biology 55: 268-270.
folder 34

Weisblat, D. A. & _____. (1982).

Stent number: S154

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage analysis by intracellular injection of tracer substances. Current Topics in Developmental Biology, Vol. 17, Academic Press, New York, pp. 1-31.
folder 35

_____. (1980).

Stent number: S155

Scope and Content Note

Thinking about seeing. A new approach to visual perception. The Sciences 20: 6-11.
folder 36-37

_____. (1981).

Scope and Content Note

Cerebral hermeneutics. Journal of Social and Biological Structures 4: 107-124.
folder 38-39

Fernandez, J. & _____. (1980).

Stent number: S157

Scope and Content Note

Embryonic development of the glossiphoniid leech Theromyzon rude: structure and development of the germinal bands. Developmental Biology 78: 407-434.
Ctn. 27, folder 1-2

_____. (1987).

Stent number: S158

Scope and Content Note

Neural circuits for generating rhythmic movements. In Self-Organizing Systems: The Emergence of Order. F. E. Yates, ed. Plenum Press, New York, pp. 245-263.
folder 3

_____. (1987).

Stent number: S159

Scope and Content Note

Programmatic phenomena, hermeneutics and neurobiology. In Self-Organizing Systems: The Emergence of Order. F. E. Yates, ed. Plenum Press, New York, pp. 339-345.
folder 4

_____. (1981).

Stent number: S160

Scope and Content Note

Programmatic phenomena, hermeneutics and complex networks. In The Immune System. Festschrift in honor of Niels Kaj Jerne on the occasion of his 70th birthday (C. M. Steinberg and I. Lefkovits, eds.). S. Karger, Basel. Vol. I. pp. 6-13.
folder 5

Weisblat, D. A., S. S. Blair & _____. (1980).

Stent number: S161

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage analysis in leech neurogenesis by tracer injection and ablation of identified embryonic cells. Neuroscience Abstracts 6: 495.
Ctn. 27, folder 6

Budzynski, A. Z., S. A. Olexa, B. S. Brizuela,

Stent number: S162

Scope and Content Note

R. T. Sawyer & _____. (1981). Anticoagulant and fibrinolytic properties of salivary proteins from the leech Haementeria ghilianii. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 168: 266-275.
folder 7-8

Fitzpatrick-McElligott, S. & _____. (1981).

Stent number: S163

Scope and Content Note

Appearance and localization of acetylcholin-esterase in embryos of the leech Helobdella triserialis. The Journal of Neuroscience 1: 901-907.
folder 9

_____. (1978).

Stent number: S164

Scope and Content Note

The leech embryo. In: Genes, Cells and Behavior. (N. H. Horowitz & E. Hutchings, Jr., eds.). W. H. Freeman, San Francisco, pp. 151-160.
folder 10

_____. & D. A. Weisblat (1982).

Stent number: S165

Scope and Content Note

The development of a simple nervous system. Scientific American 246(1): 136-146. (German translation: Die Entwicklung eines einfachen Nervensystems. Spektrum der Wissenschaft. March 1982, pp. 44-55.)
folder 11

_____. (1981).

Stent number: S166

Scope and Content Note

Max Delbrück (Obituary). Trends in Biochemical Sciences 6(5): III-IV.
folder 12

_____. & D. A. Weisblat (1981).

Stent number: S167

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage in the development of the leech nervous system. Trends in Neurosciences 4(10): 251-255.
folder 13

_____., D. A. Weisblat, S. S. Blair, & S. L. Zackson (1982).

Stent number: S168

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage in the development of the leech nervous system. In Neuronal Development (N. C. Spitzer, ed.). Plenum, New York, pp. 1-44.
folder 14-17

_____. (1981)

Stent number: S169

Scope and Content Note

Shinri to Satori. Kagaku no Keiji-jogaku to Toyo Tetsugaku (Truth and Spiritual Awakening; Metaphysics of Science and Oriental Philosophy ). Asahi Shuppansha, Tokyo. 194 pp.
folder 18

_____. (1981).

Stent number: S170

Scope and Content Note

Max Delbrück (Obituary). Physics Today 34(6): 71-74.
Ctn. 27, folder 19

_____. (1981).

Stent number: S171

Scope and Content Note

Neural circuits for generating rhythmic movements. In Neural Communication and Control. (G. Székely, E. Lábos and S. Damjanovich, eds.). Advances in Physiological Sciences 30: 183-198. Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest.
folder 20

Muller, K. J., J. G. Nicholls & _____., eds. (1981).

Stent number: S172

Scope and Content Note

Neurobiology of the Leech. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York. 320 pp.
folder 21

_____. & W. B. Kristan, Jr. (1981).

Stent number: S173

Scope and Content Note

Neural circuits generating rhythmic movements. In Neurobiology of the Leech (K. J. Muller, J. G. Nicholls & G. S. Stent, eds.). Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, pp. 113-146.
folder 22

_____. (1983).

Stent number: S174

Scope and Content Note

Rhythm generator circuits in a simple nervous system. In The Molecular and Cellular Interactions Underlying Higher Brain Function, Vol. 58 (J. P. Changeux, J. Glowniski, M. Imbert, F. E. Bloom, eds.). Elsevier, North Holland, pp. 147-155.
folder 23

_____. (1981).

Stent number: S175

Scope and Content Note

Jean Baptiste Rousseau Revisited. (Book Review: The Double-Edged Helix, L. F. Cavalieri). Nature 294: 30-32.
folder 24-25

Fernandez, J. & _____. (1982).

Stent number: S176

Scope and Content Note

Embryonic development of the hirudinid leech Hirudo medicinalis: structure, development and segmentation of the germinal plate. Journal of Embryology and Experimental Morphology 72: 71-96.
folder 26

_____. (1981).

Stent number: S177

Scope and Content Note

A close encounter. (Book Review: Life Itself: Its Origin and Nature, F. Crick.) New York Review of Books 28(19): 34-36. (Spanish translation in Vuelta (Mexico) 6(63): 17-20, 1982.)
folder 27

_____. (1982).

Stent number: S178

Scope and Content Note

Tall stories about DNA. (Book Review: The DNA Story: A Documentary History of Gene Cloning, J. D. Watson & J. Tooze.) Cell 28: 423-425.
Ctn. 27, folder 28

_____. (1982).

Stent number: S179

Scope and Content Note

The evolving theory of evolution. (Book Review: Fossils, Genes and the Origin of Species, S. M. Stanley.) New York Times Book Review, January 17(3): 3, 22-23.
folder 29

_____. (1982).

Stent number: S180

Scope and Content Note

Max Delbrück (Obituary). Genetics 101: 1-16.
folder 30

_____. (1982).

Stent number: S181

Scope and Content Note

Tinkering. (Book Review: The Possible and the Actual, F. Jacob.) Cell 30: 335-337.
folder 31

Fischer, E. P. & _____. (1982).

Stent number: S182

Scope and Content Note

Einfache Einsichten und letzte Fragen: Zum Leben von Max Delbrück (1906-1981). Praxis der Naturwissenschaften 31(4): 102-105.
folder 32-33

_____. (1982).

Stent number: S183

Scope and Content Note

Ethische Dilemmas der Humanbiologie. In Mannheimer Forum 1982/83 (H. V. Ditfurth, ed.). Boehringer, Mannheim, pp. 9-60.
folder 34

_____. (1983).

Stent number: S184

Scope and Content Note

Creation in art and science. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 8: 371-378.
folder 35

Weisblat, D. A., S. Y. Kim & _____. (1984)

Stent number: S185

Scope and Content Note

Embryonic origins of cells in the leech Helobdella triserialis. Developmental Biology 104: 65-85.
folder 36

_____. (1982).

Stent number: S186

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: Molecular Genetic Neuroscience, F. O. Schmitt, S. Bird & F. E. Bloom, eds. Journal of Neurobiology 14: 333-335.
folder 37

_____. (1983).

Stent number: S187

Scope and Content Note

Origins, limits and future of science. Rivista di Biologia 76: 549-571.
folder 38

_____. (1983).

Stent number: S188

Scope and Content Note

The seamy side of science. (Book Review : Betrayers of the Truth; Fraud and Deceit in the Halls of Science, W. Broad and N. Wade). Cell 33: 641-646.
folder 39-41

_____., D. A. Weisblat & W. B. Kristan, Jr. [ca. 1982-1985].

Stent number: S189

Scope and Content Note

The development of the leech nervous system. In Handbook of Physiology, American Physiological Society, Bethesda.
Ctn. 27, folder 42

_____. (1986).

Stent number: S190

Scope and Content Note

The unique and the commonplace in the creations of art and science. In Progress in Science and Its Social Conditions (T. Ganelius, ed.). Nobel Symposium 58, Pergamon Press, Oxford, pp. 203-214.
folder 43

_____. (1984).

Stent number: S191

Scope and Content Note

Scientific creationism: nemesis of sociobiology. In Science and Creationism (A. Montagu, ed.). Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 136-141.
folder 44

_____. (1983).

Stent number: S192

Scope and Content Note

This Week's Citation Classic. _____ & Brenner, S. (1961). A genetic locus for the regulation of ribonucleic acid synthesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 47: 2005-2014. Current Contents, Life Sciences Section 26(37): 20.
folder 45-46

_____. (1981).

Stent number: S193

Scope and Content Note

Ursprung, Grenzen und Zukunft der Naturwissenschaft. Jahrsversammlung der Schweizerischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft. (Wissenschaftl. Teil), pp. 64-72.
folder 47

_____. (1983).

Stent number: S194

Scope and Content Note

The bioengineers. (Book Review: Man-Made Life, J. Cherfas.) New York Times Book Review, October 23, pp. 28-29.
folder 48

_____. & D. A. Weisblat (1985).

Stent number: S195

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage in the development of invertebrate nervous systems. Annual Review of Neuroscience 8: 45-70.
folder 49

_____. (1984).

Stent number: S196

Scope and Content Note

Art and science. (Book Review: Common Denominators in Art and Science, Martin Pollock, ed.) Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 9: 86-90.
folder 50

_____. (1984).

Stent number: S197

Scope and Content Note

From probability to molecular biology. (Book Review: From Egg to Embryo, J. M. W. Slack.) Cell 36: 567-570.
folder 51

_____. (1984).

Stent number: S197a

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: From Egg to Embryo--Determinative Events in Early Development, J. M. W. Slack. Trends in NeuroSciences, April, 1984: 133-134.
folder 52

Kramer, A. P., J. R. Goldman &_____. (1985).

Stent number: S199

Scope and Content Note

Developmental arborization of sensory neurons in the leech Haementeria ghilianii. I. Origin of natural variations in the branching pattern. The Journal of Neuroscience 5: 759-767.
Ctn. 27, folder 52

Kramer, A. P. & _____. (1985).

Stent number: S200

Scope and Content Note

Developmental arborization of sensory neurons in the leech Haementeria ghilianii. II. Experimentally induced variations in the branching pattern. Journal of Neuroscience 5: 768-776.
folder 53

_____. (1984).

Stent number: S201

Scope and Content Note

Development of a simple nervous system: The leech nervous system. In Discussions in Neuroscience. Foundation for the Study of the Nervous System 1(2): 15-20.
Ctn. 28, folder 1

_____. (1985).

Stent number: S202

Scope and Content Note

Ethische Dilemmas der Biologie. Berichte und Mitteilungen der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, No. 3: 88-114.
folder 2

_____. (1985).

Stent number: S203

Scope and Content Note

Hermeneutics and the analysis of complex biological systems. In Evolution at a Crossroads: The New Biology and the New Philosophy of Science (D. J. Depew and B. H. Weber, eds.). M.I.T. Press/Bradford Books, Cambridge, Massachusetts, pp. 209-225.
folder 3

_____. (1985).

Stent number: S204

Scope and Content Note

Thinking in one dimension: The impact of molecular biology on development. Cell 40: 1-2.
folder 4

_____. (1985).

Stent number: S204a

Scope and Content Note

Ten years after Asilomar: the lessons of expertise and self interest. Biotechnology 3: 952.
folder 5

_____. (1986).

Stent number: S205

Scope and Content Note

Hermeneutics and the analysis of complex biological systems. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 130: 336-342.
folder 6

_____. (1985).

Stent number: S206

Scope and Content Note

The future lies ahead. (Book Review: Solid Clues: Quantum Physics, Molecular Biology and the Future of Science, G. Feinberg.) Nature 315: 607-608.
folder 7

Shankland, M. & _____. (1986).

Stent number: S207

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage and cell interactions in the determination of developmental cell fates. In Genetics, Development and Evolution (J. P. Gustafson, G. L. Stebbins & F. J. Ayala, eds.). Plenum, New York, pp. 211-233.
folder 8

_____. (1993).

Stent number: S207a

Scope and Content Note

Die autonomie des Menschen. In Mannheimer Forum 92/93. Boehringer Mannheim GmbH, Mannheim, pp. 58-80.
Ctn. 28, folder 9

_____. (1985).

Stent number: S208

Scope and Content Note

The role of cell lineage in development. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London. B 312, pp. 3-19.
 

____. ed. (1986).

Stent number: S209

Scope and Content Note

Mind from Matter?: An Essay on Evolutionary Epistemology. Blackwell Scientific, Palo Alto. 290 pp. (German edition: Wahrheit und Wirklichkeit. Rasch und Röhring, Hamburg, 1986. Spanish edition : Mente y materia. Alianza Editorial, Madrid, 1989. Italian edition: La Materia e la Mente. Einaudi, Torino. 1993.)
folder 10-14

Correspondence, 1970-1989

folder 15-16

First draft, 1977

folder 17-35

Second draft, 1983-1984

folder 36-40

Final draft, 1985

folder 41

Proofs, 1986

folder 42

Notes [Delbruck's index cards], ca. 1975

folder 43

Reviews and comments, 1986-1988

folder 44-45

Resources, 1952-1988

folder 46

Related materials, 1982-1986

Ctn. 29, folder 1

_____. (1985).

Stent number: S210

Scope and Content Note

The Copenhagen Spirit. In The Molecular Biology of Bacterial Growth (M. Schaechter, F.C. Neidhardt, J.L. Ingraham & N.O. Kjeldgaard, eds.). Jones and Bartlett, Boston/Portola Valley, pp. 377-384.
folder 2

_____. (1985).

Stent number: S211

Scope and Content Note

Meaning in art and science. Engineering and Science 49(1): 9-18.
folder 3

_____. (1985).

Stent number: S212

Scope and Content Note

Mind from matter? Max Delbrück's lectures on evolutionary epistemology. Rivista di Biologia 78: 337-372.
folder 4

_____. (1986).

Stent number: S213

Scope and Content Note

Glass bead game. (Book Review: The Structure of Biological Science, A. Rosenberg). Biology & Philosophy 1: 227-247.
folder 5

Glover, J. C., D. K. Stuart, H. T. Cline, R. E. McCaman, C. Magill & _____. (1987).

Stent number: S214

Scope and Content Note

Development of neurotransmitter metabolism in embryos of the leech Haementeria ghilianii. The Journal of Neuroscience 7: 581-594
folder 6

_____. (1984).

Stent number: S215

Scope and Content Note

Semantics and neural development. In Organizing Principles of Neural Development (S. C. Sharma, ed.). Plenum, New York/London, pp. 145-160.
folder 7

_____. (1984).

Stent number: S216

Scope and Content Note

Developmental neurobiology of the leech. In Organizing Principles of Neural Development (S. C. Sharma, ed.). Plenum, New York/London, pp. 161-175.
Ctn. 29, folder 8

_____. (1987).

Stent number: S217

Scope and Content Note

Cognitive limits of science. In Science in Reflection: The Israel Colloquium Studies in History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science, Vol. 3 (E. Ullmann-Margalit, ed.). Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 23-36.
folder 9-10

Braun, J. & _____. (1989).

Stent number: S218

Scope and Content Note

Axon outgrowth along segmental nerves in the leech: I. Identification of candidate guidance cells. Developmental Biology 132: 471-485.
folder 11

Braun, J. & _____. (1989).

Stent number: S219

Scope and Content Note

Axon outgrowth along segmental nerves in the leech: II. Identification of actual guidance cells. Developmental Biology 132: 486-501.
folder 12

_____. (1987).

Stent number: S220

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage in development. FEBS Letters 215: 1-8. [Federation of European Biochemical Societies]
folder 13

_____. (1987).

Stent number: S221

Scope and Content Note

The mind-body problem. (Book Review: Neurophilosophy, P .S. Churchland.) Science 236: 990-992.
folder 14

_____. (1988).

Stent number: S222

Scope and Content Note

The making of science. Partisan Review 55 (1): 33-44.
folder 15

_____. (1987).

Stent number: S223

Scope and Content Note

Hermeneutische Grundlagen des wissenschaftlichen Weltbildes. In Weltbild und Weltgestaltung im Wandel der Zeit (W. Arber, ed.). Helbing & Lichtenhahn, Basel, pp. 121-147.
folder 16

_____. (1987).

Stent number: S224

Scope and Content Note

The role of cell lineage in development. In The Cytoskeleton in Cell Differentiation and Development (R. B. Maccioni and J. Aréchaga, eds.). I.R.L. Press, Oxford, pp. 1-11.
folder 17

_____. (1988).

Stent number: S225

Scope and Content Note

A self shaped and reshaped (Book Review: The Statue Within, F. Jacob). Science 239: 1545-1546.
folder 18

_____. (1988).

Stent number: S226

Scope and Content Note

Semantik in Kunst und Naturwissenschaft. In Vom Gen Zum Verhalten; Der Mensch als biopsychosoziale Einheit (E. Geissler and H. Hoerz, eds.). Akademie Verlag, Berlin, pp. 297-307. Abbreviated version in Jahrbuch 1985/86, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (P. Wapnewski, ed.). Siedler, Berlin, pp. 377-385.
Ctn. 29, folder 19

Martin, J. and _____. (1988).

Stent number: S227

Scope and Content Note

Practice nepotism, but affirmatively. New York Times, May 19.
folder 20

_____. (1988).

Stent number: S227

Scope and Content Note

Telling nature. In A Passion for Science (L. Wolpert and A. Richards, Eds.) Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 108-119.
folder 21

_____. (1988).

Stent number: S228

Scope and Content Note

Light and life: Niels Bohr's legacy to contemporary biology. In Niels Bohr: Physics and the World (H. Feshbach, T. Matsui, A. Oleson, eds.) Harwood, Chur. pp. 231-244. [Reprinted as The Max Delbrück Lecture, Genome 31(1):11-115, 1989].
folder 22

_____. (1990).

Stent number: S229

Scope and Content Note

Can we explain the mind? New problems, old contradictions. Encounter 74 (2): 61-67.
folder 23-24

Martin, J. and _____. (1990).

Stent number: S230

Scope and Content Note

I think; therefore I thank. A philosophy of etiquette. The American Scholar 59 (2): 237-254.
folder 25

_____. (1992).

Stent number: S231

Scope and Content Note

Cognitive limits and the end of science. In The End of Science? Attack and Defense (R. Q. Elvee, ed.), University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland, pp. 75-89.
folder 26

_____. (1990).

Stent number: S232

Scope and Content Note

Die Armseligkeit der Neurophilosophie. In Natürliche Evolution von Lernstrategien (E. Geissler and G. Tembrock, eds.) Akademie Verlag, Berlin, pp. 265-280.
folder 27

_____. (1990).

Stent number: S233

Scope and Content Note

The poverty of neurophilosophy. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 15 (5): 539-557.
folder 28

Keleher, G. P. and _____. (1990).

Stent number: S234

Scope and Content Note

Cell position and developmental fate in leech embryogenesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 87: 8457-8461.
folder 29

Stuart, D. K., S. A. Torrence and _____. (1990).

Stent number: S235

Scope and Content Note

Microinjectable probes for tracing cell lineage in development. In Methods in Neurosciences, Academic Press, San Diego, v. 2, pp. 375-392.
folder 30

_____. (1991).

Stent number: S237

Scope and Content Note

Komplexität und Komplementarität des Geistes. In Einheit der Wissenschaften. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, de Gruyter, Berlin. pp. 175-193.
Ctn. 29, folder 31

_____. (1991).

Stent number: S238

Scope and Content Note

Informational school. (Book Review: The Emergence of BacterialGenetics, T. D. Brock.) Nature 349: 661-662.
folder 32

Martin, J. and _____. (1991).

Stent number: S239

Scope and Content Note

Attack Ideas, Not People. New York Times, March 20.
folder 33

_____., W. B. Kristan, Jr., S. A. Torrence, K. A. French, and D. A. Weisblat. (1992).

Stent number: S240

Scope and Content Note

Development of the leech nervous system. International Review of Neurobiology 33: 109-193.
folder 34

Gleizer, L. and _____. (1993).

Stent number: S241

Scope and Content Note

Developmental origin of segmental identity in the leech mesoderm. Development 117: 177-189.
folder 35

Martin, J. and _____. (1992).

Stent number: S242

Scope and Content Note

Etiquette. In The Encyclopedia of Ethics (L.C. Becker and C.B. Becker, eds.). Garland, New York, pp. 331-333
folder 36

_____. (1991).

Stent number: S243

Scope and Content Note

Bridging the gap between top-down and bottom-up. Allan C. Wilson, 1934-1991. The New Biologist 3(10): 911-913
folder 37

Cairns, J., _____ & J. D. Watson. (1992).

Stent number: S245

Scope and Content Note

Phage and the Origins of Molecular Biology . 2nd expanded edition. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory of Quantitative Biology. 366 pp.
folder 38

_____. (1993).

Stent number: S247

Scope and Content Note

DNA's Stroke of Genius. New Scientist 138 (24 April): 21-23.
folder 39

_____. (1992).

Stent number: S247a

Scope and Content Note

Die Autonomie des Menschen. Komplexität und Komplementarität des Geistes. In Mannheimer Forum 92/93. Boehringer Mannheim GmbH, pp. 59-80.
folder 40

_____. (1993).

Stent number: S248

Scope and Content Note

Complexidade complementaridade e mente. Colóquio/Ciências No. 13: 43-50.
folder 41

_____. (1994).

Stent number: S249

Scope and Content Note

Save biodiversity! (Book review: The Diversity of Life, E. O. Wilson.) Partisan Review 4: 689-695.
Ctn. 30, folder 1

_____. (1994).

Stent number: S250

Scope and Content Note

Promiscuous realism. (Book review: The Disorder of Things, J. Dupré.) Biology & Philosophy 9: 497-506.
Ctn. 30, folder 2

_____. (1995).

Stent number: S251

Scope and Content Note

The aperiodic crystal of heredity. In DNA: The Double Helix. Perspective and Prospective at Forty Years. D. A. Chambers, ed. New York: New York Academy of Sciences. pp. 25-31.
folder 3

_____. (1994).

Stent number: S252

Scope and Content Note

Sol Spiegelman. Advances in Cancer Research 65: 203-212
folder 4

Elsas, S.-M., E. M. Kwak and _____. (1995).

Stent number: S253

Scope and Content Note

Acetylcholine-induced retraction of an identified axon in the developing leech embryo. Journal of Neuroscience 15 (2): 1419-1436.
folder 5

_____. (1997).

Stent number: S255

Scope and Content Note

André Michel Lwoff (8 May 1902-30 September 1994). (Biographical Memoir). Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 141: 97-101.
folder 6

_____. (1996).

Stent number: S256

Scope and Content Note

Pauling's evolution from Nobelist to prophet. (Book Review: Force of Nature: The Life of Linus Pauling, T. Hager.) American Scientist 84 (May-June): 291-292.
 

Martin, J. and _____. (1996).

Stent number: S257

Scope and Content Note

Bioetikette. In Mannheimer Forum 96/97 (E. P. Fischer, ed.). Piper Verlag, Munich, pp. 210-244.
folder 7-11

Correspondence, 1991-1994

folder 12-13

[Draft], 1992-1994

folder 14-19

Resources, 1983-1994

folder 20-21

Related materials, 1991-1992

folder 22

_____. (1997).

Stent number: S258

Scope and Content Note

The master and his atelier. Partisan Review 64 (2): 323-330.
folder 23

_____. (1998).

Stent number: S259

Scope and Content Note

Gunther Stent. In The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography (L. Squire, ed.) Vol . 2. Academic Press. pp. 362-388.
folder 24

_____.(1998).

Stent number: S260

Scope and Content Note

Epistemic Dualism of Mind and Body. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 142(4): 578-588.
folder 25

_____. (1997).

Stent number: S261

Scope and Content Note

The master and his atelier. In A Portrait of the Immune System (I. Lefkovits, ed.) World Scientific Series in the 20th Century, Singapore. Vol 2. pp. 3-8.
folder 26

Martin, J. and _____. (1998).

Stent number: S262

Scope and Content Note

Bioetiquette. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 41(2): 267-281.
Ctn. 30, folder 27

_____. (1998).

Stent number: S263

Scope and Content Note

Developmental cell lineage. International Journal of Developmental Biology 42: 237-241.
folder 28

_____. (1999).

Stent number: S264

Scope and Content Note

Introduction to the leech. In Cell Lineage and Fate Determination. (S. A. Moody, ed.) Academic Press, San Diego. pp. 173-184.
folder 29

_____. (1998).

Stent number: S265

Scope and Content Note

Looking for other laws of physics. Journal of Contemporary History 33 (3): 371-397.
folder 30

_____. (1998).

Stent number: S267

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: Impossibility: Thoughts about the Unknowable, the Undoable, and the Unthinkable, John D. Barrow. Endeavour 22(2): 87.
 

_____. (1998).

Stent number: S269

Scope and Content Note

Nazis, Women and Molecular Biology: Memoirs of a Lucky Self-Hater. Briones Books, Kensington, California.
Ctn. 31, folder 1-2

Correspondence, 1990-1997

folder 3

Early draft, 1950

folder 4

Partial draft, 1990-1992

folder 5-13

First draft, edited by J. Martin,1992

folder 14-21

Second draft ("Memoirs"), edited by J. Martin,1994-1995

folder 22-28

Third draft, edited by Stent, 1994-1995

Ctn. 32, folder 1-9

Fourth draft ("Numor 1"), edited by A. Rinzler, 1996

folder 10-17

Fifth draft ("Numor 2"), edited by A. Rinzler, 1997

folder 18-22

Final draft ("Numor 3"), ca. 1997

folder 23-28

Draft, ("Seniors"), n.d.

folder 29-31

Notes, 1998

folder 32

Related materials, ca. 1992-1994

 

Series 3. Unpublished Manuscripts, 1952-1991.

Physical Description: Carton 33

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged in chronological order.
Contains out-going, in-coming and third party correspondence, drafts of articles, drafts of book chapters, notes, administrative materials, financial reports,and newspaper clippings.
Ctn. 33, folder 1

Simonovitch, Louis and _____. (ca. 1952). ca. 1952

Scope and Content Note

Ribose and desoxyribose nucleic acids of bacteria in different phases of growth.
folder 2

_____. (ca. 1953). ca. 1953

Scope and Content Note

On freezing bacteriophage-infected bacteria.
folder 3

Edlin, G. and _____. (1966). 1966

Scope and Content Note

On the stimulation of RNA synthesis by spermadine in starved amino acid auxotrophs of Escherichia coli.
folder 4

_____. (1977). > 1977

Scope and Content Note

Cellular and molecular biology.
folder 5

_____. (1980). 1980

Scope and Content Note

Thoughts on death since the Age of the Enlightenment.
folder 6

_____. (ca. 1986). ca. 1986

Scope and Content Note

Light and Life: Niels Bohr's legacy to contemporary biology.
folder 7

_____. (ca. 1986). ca. 1986

Scope and Content Note

Semantik und Kunst und Naturwissenschaft.
folder 8

_____. (1986). 1986

Scope and Content Note

What is the meaning of the genome?
folder 9

_____. (1987). 1987

Scope and Content Note

Alzheimer's dementia--senile deterioration of the brain.
folder 10

_____. (1987). 1987

Scope and Content Note

The unique and the commonplace in art and in science.
folder 11

_____. (1987). 1987

Scope and Content Note

Cell lineage and segmentation in development.
folder 12

_____. (ca. 1988). ca. 1988

Scope and Content Note

Book Review: Toward in New Philosophy of Biology. Observations of an Evolutionist by Ernst Mayr.
folder 13

Martin, J. and _____. (1989). 1989

Scope and Content Note

Ich denke, also danke ich. Eine Philosophie der Etikette.
folder 14

_____. (1991). 1991

Scope and Content Note

New biological research programs.
folder 15

_____. (1991). 1991

Scope and Content Note

Ist das Goldene Zeithalter Gekommen? Ein Rückblick auf die Ankündigung vom Ende des Fortschritts.
folder 16

_____. (n.d.). n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Biology and ethics.
folder 17

_____. (n.d.). n.d.

Scope and Content Note

The challenge of sociobiology to moral philosophy.
 

_____ et. al. (n.d.) 1966-1967

Scope and Content Note

[Textbook] Worth Publishers, Inc.
folder 18-28

Correspondence, 1966-1975

folder 29-36

[Draft], n.d.

folder 37-38

Notes, [ca. 1968-1970]

folder 39

Resources, [ca. 1968-1970]

folder 40

Related materials, including financial reports [ca. 1967-1975]

 

Series 4: University Of California, Berkeley, Departments And Committees, 1952-1996.

Physical Description: Carton 34-35; OS Folder 2A.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged in chronological order by departments, then by graduate groups and committees.
Contains out-going, in-coming and third party correspondence, agendas, minutes of meetings, course notes, examinations, administrative forms, drafts of speeches, reviews, address lists, programs, press releases, handbooks for student orientation and for laboratory procedures, brochures, and biographical materials.
Ctn. 34, folder 1

Virus Laboratory: correspondence 1952-1964

folder 2-4

Virus Laboratory: related materials, including All-University Virology Conference programs 1952-1962

folder 5

Department of Bacteriology: correspondence 1953-1958

folder 6-7

Department of Bacteriology: minutes 1957-1965

folder 8

Department of Bacteriology: related materials ca. 1957-1965

folder 9

Department of Virology: correspondence 1957-1962

folder 10-11

Department of Virology: minutes 1959-1963

folder 12

Department of Virology: related materials 1957-1962

folder 13-17

Department of Molecular Biology: correspondence 1963-1980

folder 18-19

Department of Molecular Biology: minutes 1963-1967

1978-1980

folder 20-21

Department of Molecular Biology: related materials 1959-1980

oversize Oversize 2A

Two posters, Molecular Biology at Berkeley,

one with photograph by Ansel Adams
1975, n.d.

Ctn. 34, folder 22

Department of Molecular and Cell Biology: correspondence 1993

folder 23

Graduate Group in Microbiology: correspondence 1956-1964

folder 24

Graduate Group in Microbiology: minutes 1957-1963

folder 25

Graduate Group in Microbiology: related materials 1956-1965

folder 26

Graduate Group in Genetics: correspondence 1958; 1964-1974

folder 27-30

Graduate Group in Neurobiology: correspondence 1973-1986

folder 31

Graduate Group in Neurobiology: related materials 1975-1979

folder 32-33

Interdepartmental Faculty Group in Health and Medical Sciences Program: correspondence, including minutes of meetings 1975-1988

folder 34-37

Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Neurobiology: correspondence 1965-1967

folder 38

Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Neurobiology: minutes 1966-1967

folder 39-40

Chancellor's ad hoc Advisory Committee on Neurobiology: correspondence 1972

folder 41-42

Biology 1: correspondence 1966-1992

folder 43

Biology 1: related materials 1966-1987

Ctn. 34, folder 44

University of California. University Extension: correspondence 1959-1965

folder 45

University of California. University Extension. Media Center: correspondence 1974-1975

Ctn. 35, folder 1-6

The Foerster Lectures Committee: correspondence 1968-1976

folder 7

The Foerster Lectures Committee: related materials 1964-1976

oversize Oversize 2A

Six posters 1969-1990

Ctn. 35, folder 8

Faculty Committee to Review the Virus Laboratory: correspondence 1972-1973

folder 9

Committee to Review the Division of Medical Physics: correspondence 1975-1976

folder 10-20

The Hitchcock Lectures Committee: correspondence 1977-1994

folder 21-22

The Hitchcock Lectures Committee: minutes 1978-1994

folder 23-25

The Hitchcock Lectures Committee: related materials 1978-1994

folder 26

Committee on Psychoanalytic Studies of the Arts and Society: correspondence 1978-1980

folder 27

Various other committees: correspondence 1969-1993

folder 28-29

Grant applications submitted by Stent, including application to Cancer Research Coordinating Committee 1963-1995

 

Series 5: Professional Activities And Organizations, 1956-1997.

Physical Description: Carton 36-43; OS Folder 3A.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by name of institution or activity, and then arranged in rough chronological order. Topics include: Dahlem Konferenzen, Grants and Reviews for Others, Journal of Neuroscience, Conferences and Lectures, March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zür Förderung der Wissenschaften, National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Sciences Neurobiology Section, National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), and Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin.
Contains out-going, in-coming and third party correspondence, handwritten drafts of manuscripts, typescript drafts of manuscripts, agendas and minutes of meetings, nominations, ballots, grant proposals, grant renewals and reports, referee's reviews, conference programs and brochures, notes, lists, administrative materials and institutional by-laws, newspaper clippings, curriculum vitae and photographs.
Ctn. 36, folder 1-21

Dahlem Konferenzen, including correspondence with Silke Barnard, minutes, and reports 1970-1994

folder 22-32

Grants and reviews for others, including the National Institutes of Health Genetics Study Section, the National Science Foundation, and submissions to various journals 1958-1983

folder 33-43

Journal of Neuroscience, including Stent's general correspondence as Features Editor, in-coming and out-going correspondence with contributors and edited drafts 1984-1995

Ctn. 37, folder 1-37

Journal of Neuroscience (continued) 1988-1995

Ctn. 38, folder 1-45

Conferences and lectures, correspondence, handwritten manuscripts, typescript drafts of manuscripts, lecture notes, agendas, and conference programs including 1956-1990

Ctn. 39, folder 1-31

Conferences and lectures (continued)

oversize Oversize 3A

Certificate, Neuroscience Research 1966

oversize Oversize 3A

Poster, College de France 1967

oversize Oversize 3A

Literaturnaia gazeta (newspaper) 1971

oversize Oversize 3A

Poster, Moorhead College 1972

Ctn. 40, folder 1-7

Conferences and lectures (continued) 1991-1994

folder 8-23

March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, including correspondence and grant proposals 1974-1993

folder 24-34

Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften, including correspondence, lectures, and reports 1957-1987

folder 35-43

National Academy of Sciences, including general correspondence, fraternal nominations, agendas, minutes of meetings 1969-1989

Ctn. 41, folder 1-3

National Academy of Sciences (continued) 1990-1997

folder 4-14

National Academy of Sciences, Neurobiology Section, including correspondence, agendas, minutes of meetings 1987-1997

folder 15-27

National Institutes of Health, including correspondence, grant proposals, grant renewals, and progress reports submitted by Stent 1953-1990

folder 28-30

National Science Foundation, including general correspondence and grant proposals submitted by Stent 1969-[ca.1979]

Ctn. 42, folder 1-5

National Science Foundation (continued) 1977-1992

folder 6-29

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), including Stent's correspondence as sponsor and contributor of manuscripts, with annotated drafts, referee's reviews, and reprints 1982-1995

folder 30-43

Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, including correspondence 1980-1995

 

Series 6: Laboratory Notes, 1948-1951.

Physical Description: Carton 43.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Laboratory notes arranged by subject by Stent, then chronologically within folder. They were compiled while Stent was on Merck and American Cancer Society fellowships at the California Institute of Technology, the Statens Seruminstitut in Copenhagen, and the Pasteur Institute in Paris.
Handwritten laboratory notes, graphs, charts, tables, summaries, and reports.
Ctn. 43, folder 1

Adsorption kinetics of T4.38 1948-1949

folder 2

Adsorption in broth as function of cell concentration and temperature 1949-1950

folder 3

Adsorption at different temperatures 1949-1950

folder 4

Reversible adsorption 1949-1950

folder 5

Dump experiments at High [B] 1949

folder 6

Dump experiments 1949

folder 7

General temperature absorption of T4.21 1949-1950

folder 8

Hetene experiments 1949

folder 9-12

Statens Seruminstitut (Denmark): Experiments 1950-1951

 

Series 7: Instructional Wall Charts, ca. 1960-1994.

Physical Description: Tubes 1-10.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged by Stent into eight subject categories: Classical Genetics (Mendel), Bacterial Genetics and Biochemical Genetics, Bacterial Viruses (Phage), Growth and Genetics, DNA Structure and Replication, Protein Synthesis Mechanism, Protein Synthesis Control, Genetic Code, and Neurobiology.
Fifty-seven hand-drawn wall charts, ranging in size from 35 3/4 inches by 27 1/4 inches, to 93 3/4 inches by 35 1/2 inches.
Tubes 1-2

Classical Genetics (Mendel) ca. 1960-1994

Tubes 3-4

Bacterial Genetics and Biochemical Genetics ca. 1960-1994

Tube 5

Bacterial Viruses (Phage): growth and genetics ca. 1960-1994

Tube 6

DNA: structure and replication ca. 1960-1994

Tube 7

Protein Synthesis: mechanism ca. 1960-1994

Tube 8

Protein Synthesis: control ca. 1960-1994

Tube 9

Genetic Code ca. 1960-1994

Tube 10

Neurobiology 1971-1994

 

Series 8. Personalia, 1924-1993.

Physical Description: Carton 43-44.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged by subject in chronological order.
Contains biographical information, high school and university notebooks, papers and examinations, documentation regarding his work for the Field Intelligence Agency of the United States Office of Military Government for Germany, U.C. Berkeley personnel documents, travel reports and honoraria.
Ctn. 43, folder 13

Report cards, including the Bismark Gymnasium and Private Waldschule Kaliski, Berlin 1930-1938

folder 14

Geometry notebook, Berlin ca. 1935

folder 15

Personal documents, including certificate of identity, birth certificate and marriage announcement 1940-1952

folder 16

Report card, Hyde Park High School, Chicago, Illinois 1940-1942

folder 17-29

Student writings, including some high school and university papers, and a translation 1941-1946, n.d.

folder 30-32

University of Illinois: correspondence 1942-1949

folder 33-41

University of Illinois: chemistry notebooks 1943-1945

Ctn. 44, folder 1-4

University of Illinois: notebooks, including mathematics, statistical mechanics, and thermodynamics 1944-1947

folder 5-8

University of Illinois: chemistry experiments 1943-1944

folder 9-12

University of Illinois: examination papers, including physics, philosophy 1943-1946

folder 13

University of Illinois: administrative documents, including transcripts, identity cards, handbooks, commencement program 1942-1989

folder 14

University of llinois: Tau Epsilon Phi, including correspondence and dance cards 1943-1990

folder 15-20

Field Intelligence Agency, Technical (Office of 1945-1992 Military Government for Germany [U.S.]):

Correspondence

folder 21

Field Intelligence Agency, Technical: Military memoranda and instructional material 1946

folder 22

Field Intelligence Agency, Technical: Related instructional material 1946

folder 23

Field Intelligence Agency, Technical: Report by Stent 1946

folder 24-27

Field Intelligence Agency, Technical: Related German documents, including a workbook, and records from I. G. Farben 1936-1947

folder 28

Field Intelligence Agency, Technical: Ephemera, including writings, ration cards 1946-1947

folder 29-31

Travel Reports: Travel correspondence from Stent, mostly addressed to his sister and and brother-in-law, Claire and Bob Hines 1946-1991

folder 32

Personnel records 1952-1954

folder 33

Certificates 1957-1993

folder 34

Bio-bibliography 1957-1995

folder 35

Biographical material 1969-1993

folder 36

Appreciations and Greetings for Gunther S. Stent in Celebration of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, March 24, 1989, presented to him at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, April 1-2,1989. (Includes personal reminiscences, biographies, and photographs from over 90 colleagues and former students, as well as family.) 1989

 

Series 9: Reprints By Others, 1915-1996.

Physical Description: Carton 45-65.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by name of the first author, or by the name Stent specified to file under, then chronologically by publication date within the file. There are a few subject files such as Biopoesis and Phage Course. Miscellaneous files are alphabetically arranged by author's last name, then chronologically by date of publication.
Stent's extensive reprint file contains more than 10,000 reprints, typescripts, preprints, abstracts, bibliographies, grants, magazine and newspaper articles, graphs, charts, and other miscellaneous items. Items in a file are written by or about a given author or subject. The files for Max Delbrück and James D. Watson, in particular, include course notes, drafts of speeches, biographical articles, drafts of manuscripts, bibliographies, reports and symposia presentations.
Ctn. 45, folder 1

Adams, Mark Hancock 1949-1954

folder 2

Adelberg, Edward A. 1953-1966

folder 3

Alföldi, Lajos 1957-1964

folder 4

Allen, Sally Lyman 1960-1963

folder 5

Allfrey, Vincent G. 1954-1955

folder 6

Alper, Tikvah 1948-1962

folder 7

Amati, Paolo 1962-1964

folder 8

Ames, Bruce N. 1958-1968

folder 9

Anderson, E. S. 1953-1973

folder 10

Anderson, Thomas Frank 1948-1967

folder 11

Apirion, David 1970-1971

folder 12

Appleyard, Raymond K. 1953-1956

folder 13-15

Arber, Werner 1958-1972

folder 16

Arley, Niels 1952-1955

folder 17

Armitage, P. 1952

folder 18

Asheshov, Igor N. 1933

folder 19

Attardi, Giuseppe 1962-1968

folder 20

Miscellaneous A 1951-1969

folder 21

Bachoffer, C. S. 1952-1956

folder 22

Balassa, Georges 1962-1963

folder 23

Baron, Louis Sol 1958-1962

folder 24-25

Barricelli, Nils Aall 1954-1969

folder 26

Bautz, E. K. F. 1964-1966

folder 27

Bawden, Frederick Charles 1959-1960

folder 28

Baylor, Martha Barnes 1956-1967

folder 29

Bayne-Jones, Stanhope 1933

folder 30

Beadle, George Wells 1948-1949

folder 31

Beam, Carl A. 1954-1955

folder 32

Beckwith, Jonathan R. 1963-1969

folder 33

Beermann, Wolfgang (and Sigrid) 1961-1973

folder 34

Beers, Roland F. 1957-1959

Ctn. 46, folder 1

Benzer, Seymour 1949-1965

folder 2-4

Berg, Paul 1958-1965

folder 5

Bergold, G. H. 1953-1956

folder 6

Bernstein, Maurice H. 1956

folder 7-9

Bertani, G. (and L. Elizabeth) 1951-1970

folder 10

Beumer, Jacques (and M. P. Beumer-Jochmans) 1957-1971

folder 11

Biopoesis [teaching materials for Biochemistry 290D] [1956-1957]

folder 12

Blair, Seth S. 1983-1984

folder 13

Bleecken, S. 1966-1969

folder 14

Blum, Harold F. 1954

folder 15

Bodmer, W. F. 1966-1972

folder 16

Böhme, Helmut 1961-1967

folder 17-18

Boman, Hans G. 1962-1969

folder 19

Bonifas, Valentin 1951-1958

folder 20

Bonner, James Frederick n.d.

folder 21

Borek, Ernest 1952-1966

folder 22

Boyd, J. S. K. 1954-1956

folder 23

Brachet, J. 1955-1964

folder 24-27

Bremer, Hans H. 1964-1975

folder 28

Brenner, Sidney 1955-1967

folder 29

Bresch, Carsten 1950-1962

folder 30

Bresler, S. E. 1962-1967

folder 31

Brink, Royal Alexander 1956-1962

folder 32

Brinton, Charles C., Jr. 1959-1970

folder 33

British Medical Association 1922

Ctn. 47, folder 1

Britten, Roy J. 1962-1966

folder 2

Broda, Engelbert 1959

folder 3

Broda, Paul 1968-1971

folder 4

Bronfenbrenner, J. 1932-1943

folder 5

Brown, Geoffrey 1953-1955

folder 6

Burnet, Frank Macfarlane, Sir 1929-1957

folder 7

Burton, Kenneth 1955-1966

folder 8

Butler, J. A. V. 1950-1964

folder 9-11

Miscellaneous B 1948-1973

folder 12

Cairns, John 1950-1967

folder 13

Calabrese, Ronald L. 1977

folder 14

Calvin, Melvin 1958

folder 15

Campbell, Allan M. 1957-1964

folder 16

Capecci, Mario R. 1965-1966

folder 17

Cavalieri, Liebe F. 1959

folder 18

Caspar, D. L. D. 1956-1962

folder 19

Caster, John H. 1967

folder 20

Cavalli-Sforza, L. L. 1951-1956

folder 21

Chamberlin, Michael 1964-1965

folder 22

Champe, Sewell P. 1962-1963

folder 23

Changeux, Jean-Pierre 1963

folder 24

Chantrenne, H. 1963-1964

folder 25

Chargaff, Erwin 1954-1957

folder 26

Chevaugeon, J. 1962-1965

folder 27

Clark, Alvin J. 1962-1969

folder 28

Clayton, Roderick K. 1962

folder 29

Cline, Hollis Tremaine 1983-1986

folder 30

Clowes, Royston C. 1954-1973

folder 31

Cohen, Georges N. 1954-1967

folder 32

Cohen, Seymour S. 1947-1959

folder 33

Cohn, Melvin 1951-1960

folder 34

Cozzone, Alain 1966-1969

folder 35

Craigie, J. S. 1938-1946

folder 36

Cramer, W. A. 1965-1966

folder 37

Cummings, Donald J. 1963-1973

folder 38

Cuzin, François 1962-1965

folder 39-41

Miscellaneous C 1950-1969

Ctn. 48, folder 1

deButts, Edward H. 1943-1950

folder 2-8

Delbrück, Max 1930-1995

folder 9

De Mars, Robert I. 1953-1955

folder 10

Demerec, M. 1944-1968

folder 11

De Moss, J. A. 1966

folder 12

Denhardt, David T. 1966-1969

folder 13

Devoret, Raymond 1962-1970

folder 14-15

Doermann, August H. 1945-1967

folder 16

Donini, Pierluigi 1970-1972

folder 17

Doty, Paul 1954-1965

folder 18

Doudney, Charles O. 1956-1967

folder 19

Doudoroff, Michael 1958-1966

folder 20

Drews, G. 1966-1967

folder 21

Dubinin, Nikolai Petrovich 1959-1963

folder 22

Dulbecco, Renato 1949-1969

folder 23

Duran-Reynals, Francisco 1956

folder 24

Miscellaneous D 1922-1972

folder 25-27

Echols, H. 1955-1968

folder 28

Eckhart, Walter 1966

Ctn. 49, folder 1

Edgar, Robert S. 1958-1968

folder 2

Edlin, Gordon 1965-1966

folder 3-5

Englesberg, Ellis 1958-1967

folder 6

Ephrussi, Boris 1949-1956

folder 7

Ephrussi-Taylor, Harriet 1949-1966

folder 8

Epstein, Herman T. 1953-1971

folder 9

Epstein, Richard H. 1958

folder 10

Errera, Maurice 1953-1964

folder 11

Evans, E. Anthony 1958

folder 12

Miscellaneous E 1950-1968

folder 13

Fazekas, Stephen de St. Groth 1958-1963

folder 14

Fenner, Frank 1959-1967

folder 15

Fincham, J. R. S. 1951-1968

folder 16

Fogh, Jørgen 1957

folder 17

Fong, Peter 1963-1968

folder 18

Forrest, Hugh S. 1959-1965

folder 19

Forro, F., Jr. 1957-1958

folder 20

Fox, Allen S. 1962-1963

folder 21

Fox, Maurice S. 1962

folder 22-23

Fraenkel-Conrat, Heinz 1954-1960

folder 24

Fraser, Dean 1948-1961

folder 25

Fraser, Dorothy Keppel 1957-1966

folder 26

Fredericq, Pierre 1946-1960

folder 27

Freese, Ernest (and Elizabeth) 1958-1966

folder 28

Friesen, J. D. n.d.

folder 29

Fukumi, Hideo 1954-1957

folder 30-31

Miscellaneous F 1947-1971

Ctn. 50, folder 1

Gadó, Istvan 1958-1967

folder 2-13

Gajdusek, D. Carleton 1953-1996

folder 14

Galston, Arthur William 1948-1965

folder 15

Gamow, George 1954-1956

folder 16-17

Garen, Alan 1954-1971

folder 18

Garfield, Eugene 1949-1957

folder 19

Gartner, Theodore K. 1963-1966

folder 20-21

Geiduschek, E. Peter 1963-1968

folder 22

Geissler, Erhard 1965-1972

folder 23

Gerisch, Günther 1961-1962

folder 24

Gershenson, Serge M. 1960-1971

folder 25

Gierer, Alfred 1960-1963

Ctn. 51, folder 1-2

Gilbert, Walter 1963-1968

folder 3

Giles, Norman H. 1960-1973

folder 4

Gimlich, Robert Lawrence 1985

folder 5

Glover, Joel Clinton 1982

folder 6

Goebel, Walther 1949-1955

folder 7

Goldfarb, D. M. 1963-1964

folder 8

Goldschmidt, Richard Benedict 1951-1954

folder 9

Goldstein, Avram 1959-1968

folder 10

Goldwasser, Edwin L. 1953-1969

folder 11

Goodman, David 1968-1971

folder 12

Gorini, Luigi 1957-1970

folder 13

Gottschalk, Alfred 1957-1959

folder 14

Graham, A. F. 1949-1956

folder 15

Graziosi, F. 1954-1963

folder 16

Groman, Neal B. 1955-1963

folder 17-18

Gros, François 1956-1966

folder 19

Gros, Julian D. 1966

folder 20

Gross, Samson R. 1952-1962

folder 21

Györffy, B. L. 1956-1961

folder 22-23

Miscellaneous G 1949-1973

folder 24

Hackett, Adeline Johnson 1961

folder 25

Hanafusa, Teruko 1959-1960

folder 26

Hanawalt, Philip C. 1964-1967

folder 27-28

Harm, Walter 1951-1973

folder 29

Harold, Franklin M. 1958

folder 30

Harris, Henry 1959-1967

folder 31

Hartman, Philip E. 1959-1970

folder 32

Hartwell, Leland H. 1961-1967

folder 33

Hayes, William 1952-1957

folder 34

Haynes, Robert H. 1964

Ctn. 52, folder 1

Hedén, Carl-Göran 1947-1968

folder 2

Hegeman, George Downing 1966-1968

folder 3

Heller, John H. 1956-1959

folder 4

Hercik, Ferdinand 1950-1965

folder 5

Herriot, Roger M. 1951-1969

folder 6-9

Hershey, A. D. 1942-1971

folder 10

Hevesy, Georg von 1954-1960

folder 11

Hewitt, Leslie Frank 1954

folder 12

Hill, R. F. 1954

folder 13

Hinshelwood, Cyril Norman, Sir 1948-1954

folder 14

Hirota, Yukinari 1955-1966

folder 15

Hofschneider, P. H. 1963-1973

folder 16

Hogness, David S. 1964-1972

folder 17

Hollaender, Alexander 1954-1956

folder 18

Horiuchi, Tadao 1966-1971

folder 19

Horowitz, Norman Harold 1945-1965

folder 20

Hotchin, John 1954

folder 21

Hotchkiss, Rollin D. 1954-1960

folder 22

Hotz, Gerhart 1960-1971

folder 23

Houtermans, Thea 1950-1954

folder 24

Howard-Flanders, Paul 1958-1966

folder 25

Humphrey, R. R. 1961-1967

folder 26-27

Miscellaneous H 1948-1972

folder 28

Immunology 1952-1961

folder 29

Ingram, Vernon M. 1956-1969

Ctn. 53, folder 1

Inoki, Shozo 1960

folder 2

Ivanovics, George 1960-1962

folder 3

Miscellaneous I 1953-1968

folder 4-14

Jacob, François and Elie L. Wollman 1947-1968

folder 15

Jastrow, Robert 1960

folder 16

Jeener, R. 1952-1959

folder 17

Jehle, Herbert 1957-1965

folder 18

Jenkins, James Angus 1952-1956

folder 19

Jerne, Niels Kaj 1953-1963

folder 20

John Curtain School of Medical Research 1953-1961

folder 21

Miscellaneous J 1953-1967

folder 22

Kaiser, Armin D. 1955-1965

folder 23

Kalckar, Herman M. 1949-1969

folder 24

Kanazir, D. 1954

folder 25

Kaplan, Albert S. 1957-1965

folder 26-28

Kaplan, Reinhard W. 1955-1969

folder 29

Kaudewitz, F. 1953-1959

folder 30-35

Kellenberger, Edouard 1953-1970

Ctn. 54, folder 1

Kelner, Albert 1949-1953

folder 2

Kendrew, John C. 1958-1960

folder 3

Kepes, Adam 1963-1965

folder 4

Khezin, R. B. 1962-1972

folder 5

Kjeldgaard, Niels Ole 1967-1972

folder 6

Klein, George (and Eva) 1958-1973

folder 7

Kleinschmidt, Albrecht K. 1962-1969

folder 8

Klug, A.1959-1967

folder 9

Knight, C. Arthur 1952-1958

folder 10

Koch, Arthur L. 1956-1971

folder 11

Koch, G. 1958

folder 12

Kohn, Alexander 1956

folder 13

Kohn, Henry I. 1959

folder 14

Kojima, Ken-ichi 1969-1971

folder 15

Kölsch, Eckehart 1965

folder 16

Kondo, Isamu 1959

folder 17

Kondo, Sohei 1961-1972

folder 18

Konrad, Michael Warren 1960-1970

folder 19

Kornberg, Arthur 1958-1967

folder 20

Kozinski, Andrzej W. 1953-1966

folder 21

Kozloff, Lloyd M. 1948-1973

folder 22

Kriss, Anatolii Evseevich 1941-1955

folder 23

Krakow, Joseph S. n.d.

folder 24

Kramer, Andrew Pinfield 1981-1985

folder 25

Kramer, M. 1957

folder 26

Krieg, David R. 1957-1959

folder 27

Kröger, Erich 1955

folder 28

Kurland, Charles G. 1960-1962

folder 29-30

Miscellaneous K 1950-1973

folder 31

Labaw, Louis W. 1949-1953

folder 32

Lacroute, François 1963-1968

folder 33-34

Lanni, Frank 1952-1969

Ctn. 55, folder 1-3

Lark, Karl G. 1955-1968

folder 4

Latarjet, Raymond 1947-1966

folder 5

Lauffer, Max A. 1938-1958

folder 6

Lavallé, Robert 1960-1965

folder 7-8

Lederberg, Joshua 1951-1967

folder 9

Lederberg, Seymour 1957-1966

folder 10

Lee, William R. 1966-1967

folder 11

Lehman, I. Robert 1960

folder 12

Lejeune, Jerôme 1959

folder 13

Le Minor, Leon 1961-1963

folder 14

Lengyel, Peter 1962-1969

folder 15

Lennox, E. S. 1954-1955

folder 16

Lerman, Leonard S. 1955-1964

folder 17

Leupold, Urs 1954-1964

folder 18

Levi, Hilde 1953-1967

folder 19

Levine, Lawrence 1958-1960

folder 20

Levine, Myron 1953-1968

folder 21

Levine, Philip 1933-1935

folder 22

Levine, Robert Paul 1955-1965

folder 23-24

Levinthal, Cyrus 1952-1963

folder 25

Lewis, D. 1958-1963

folder 26

L'Héritier, Phillippe 1955-1958

folder 27

Lieb, Margaret 1953-1967

folder 28

Lima Defaria, A. 1957-1969

folder 29

Litman, Rose Marie 1963-1968

folder 30-31

Littauer, Uriel Z. 1962-1973

folder 32

Loveless, Anthony 1959

folder 33

Ludwig, Frédéric 1958-1959

Ctn. 56, folder 1-5

Luria, S. E. 1940-1971

folder 6-7

Lwoff, André 1950-1966

folder 8-11

Miscellaneous L 1933-1971

folder 12-13

Maaløe, Ole 1950-1964

folder 14

Maas, Werner Karl 1961-1964

folder 15

Magasanik, Boris 1964-1967

folder 16

Magni, G. E. 1962-1966

folder 17

Mandelstam, Joel 1958

folder 18

Manney, Thomas Richard 1964

folder 19

Marcovich, Herbert 1951-1958

folder 20-23

Marmur, Julius 1955-1967

folder 24

Martin, Robert G. 1963-1969

folder 25

Matsushiro, Aizo 1965

folder 26

Matsushita, Hiroshi 1952-1956

Ctn. 57, folder 1

Matthaei, J. H. 1966-1967

folder 2

Mazia, Daniel 1951-1953

folder 3

McCarthy, B. J. 1962-1964

folder 4

McFall, Elizabeth 1958-1973

folder 5

Medvedev, Zhores A. 1960-1964

folder 6

Meier, Rolf 1956-1957

folder 7

Melechen, Norman E. 1964-1967

folder 8

Melchers, Georg 1960-1971

folder 9

Merkel, Karl 1940

folder 10

Meselson, Matthew 1957-1968

folder 11

Meynell, G. G. (and Elinor) 1958-1966

folder 12

Michelson, A. M. 1958-1959

folder 13

Miletic, Branimir 1961-1964

folder 14

Minagawa, Teiichi 1961

folder 15-16

Monod, Jacques 1949-1970

folder 17

Morse, M. L. 1958-1962

folder 18

Mosig, Gisela 1962-1968

folder 19

Motulsky, Arno G. 1959-1960

folder 20

Muller, H. J. 1947-1958

folder 21

Muller-Hill, Benno 1978

folder 22

Mundry, Karl-Wolfgang 1957-1967

folder 23

Munk, Klaus 1951-1952

folder 24

Murphey, James S. 1953-1954

folder 25

Murray, R. G. E. 1956-1957

folder 26

Mutsaars, W. 1953-1957

folder 27-29

Miscellaneous M 1926-1971

folder 30

Nagata, Toshio 1962-1963

folder 31-32

Neidhardt, Frederick C. 1961-1972

folder 33

Newcombe, Howard B. 1948-1956

folder 34

Newmark, Philip n.d.

folder 35

Nezlin, R. S. 1959-1963

folder 36

Niel, Cornelis Bernardus van 1957

folder 37

Nirenberg, Marshall W. 1962

Ctn. 58, folder 1-3

Nomura, Masayasu 1962-1973

folder 4

Northrop, John Howard 1919-1957

folder 5

Novelli, G. David 1957-1962

folder 6

Novick, Aaron 1949-1967

folder 7

Miscellaneous N 1952-1972

folder 8-9

Ochoa, Severo 1955-1964

folder 10

Opara-Kubinska, Z. 1959

folder 11

Oftedal, Per 1956-1959

folder 12

Osawa, Syozo 1962-1971

folder 13

Oster, Irwin I. 1956-1961

folder 14

Oxford Symposium [Society for General Microbiology] n.d.

folder 15

Ozeki, Haruo 1959-1965

folder 16

Miscellaneous O 1946-1970

folder 17

Pauling, Linus 1925-1956

folder 18

Paigen, Kenneth 1954-1967

folder 19

Pakula, Roman 1958-1965

folder 20

Panijel, Jacques 1954

folder 21

Papirmeister, Bruno 1961

folder 22-23

Pardee, Arthur Beck 1951-1969

folder 24

Person, Stanley 1962-1964

folder 25

Pietrzykowska, I. 1959-1960

folder 26-27

Phage Course [Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory] 1952-1961

Ctn. 59, folder 1

Plaut, Walter 1958-1969

folder 2

Pollard, Ernest C. 1951-1959

folder 3

Polson, A. 1947-1949

folder 4

Pontecorvo, G. 1952-1963

folder 5

Pratt, David 1959-1971

folder 6

Preer, John R. 1953-1971

folder 7

Prell, Hermann H. 1958-1966

folder 8

Price, Winston H. 1947-1952

folder 9

Proskauer, Johannes Max 1948-1955

folder 10

Ptashne, Mark 1965

folder 11-13

Puck, Theodore T. 1949-1973

folder 14

Miscellaneous P 1939-1968

folder 15

Ravin, Arnold W. 1958-1968

folder 16

Raynaud, M. 1959

folder 17

Reiner, John M. 1953-1960

folder 18

Reissig, José Luis 1963-1971

folder 19

Renner, Otto 1958-1959

folder 20

Rich, Alexander 1955-1961

folder 21

Richardson, John P. 1966

folder 22

Rivers, Thomas M. 1932-1939

folder 23

Roberts, Richard B. 1961-1966

folder 24

Rörsch, Arthur 1964-1966

folder 25-26

Rubin, Harry 1953-1966

folder 27

Russell, W. L. 1959

folder 28-29

Ryan, Francis J. 1951-1963

folder 30-31

Miscellaneous R 1939-1971

folder 32

Sachs, Leo 1960-1964

Ctn. 60, folder 1-2

Sagan, Carl 1963-1965

folder 3-4

Sager, Ruth 1960-1969

folder 5-6

Salton, Milton R. J. 1951-1973

folder 7

Samad, Abne Gholam 1963

folder 8

Sanger, F. 1964

folder 9

Sauerbier, Walter 1961-1964

folder 10

Sawyer, Roy T. 1981

folder 11-12

Schachman, Howard K. 1948-1957

folder 13

Schaeffer, Pierre 1956-1965

folder 14

Schiff, Jerome A. 1963-1968

folder 15

Schlesinger, Max 1993

folder 16

Schlessinger, David 1960-1970

folder 17

Schwartz, Drew 1954-1958

folder 18

Schweisfurth, R. 1959

folder 19

Séchaud, J. 1960

folder 20

Sekeley, Lea I. n.d.

folder 21

Sekiguchi, Mutsuo 1959-1960

folder 22

Setlow, Richard B. 1953-1964

folder 23

Shankland, Marty 1987

folder 24

Shibata, Kazuo 1953-1955

folder 25

Shugar, D. 1957-1960

folder 26-27

Sibatani, Atuhiro 1954-1973

folder 28

Siegel, Albert 1955-1957

folder 29

Siegel, R. W. 1953-1967

folder 30

Silvestri, Luigi G. 1953

folder 31

Siminovitch, Louis 1951-1968

folder 32

Simon, E. 1961-1964

folder 33

Singer, Sam 1968

folder 34-35

Sinsheimer, Robert 1954-1966

Ctn. 61, folder 1-5

Sinsheimer, Robert 1967-1972

folder 6

Six, Erich 1959-1963

folder 7

Slonimski, Piotr 1949-1965

folder 8

Smith, J. D. 1951-1955

folder 9

Sonneborn, T. M. 1949-1965

folder 10

Sorm, Frantisek 1967

folder 11-13

Spiegelman, S. 1951-1968

folder 14

Spirin, A. S. 1964-1972

folder 15

Spizizen, John 1951-1961

folder 16

Stadler, David R. 1959

folder 17-18

Stahl, Franklin W. 1956-1967

folder 19-20

Stanier, Roger Y. 1956-1968

folder 21-22

Stanley, Wendell M. 1929-1969

folder 23

Starlinger, P. 1958-1973

folder 24

Starr, Mortimer P. 1957-1963

Ctn. 62, folder 1-2

Stern, Curt 1955-1971

folder 3

Stocker, B. A. D. 1958-1959

folder 4

Stone, Wilson 1957-1962

folder 5

Stove, Jeanne Lorraine 1964

folder 6

Strauss, Bernard S. 1956-1965

folder 7-8

Streisinger, George 1956-1968

folder 9

Strelzoff, Eunice 1961-1962

folder 10

Stuart, Duncan K. 1987

folder 11

Stuy, Johan Harrie 1958

folder 12

Sueoka, Noboru 1960-1964

folder 13

Suskind, Sigmund R. 1959-1963

folder 14-15

Sussman, Maurice 1952-1973

folder 16

Suzuki, Kenshi 1959-1964

folder 17

Symonds, Neville 1957-1965

folder 18

Szende, Kálmán 1954-1960

folder 19

Szybalski, Waclaw 1958-1969

folder 20-28

Miscellaneous S 1940-1971

folder 29

Takahashi, William Noburu 1932-1953

folder 30

Talmadge, David W. 1957-1959

folder 31

Taylor, Austin Laurence 1963-1970

folder 32

Taylor, J. Herbert 1957-1959

folder 33

Temperley, H. N. V. 1956-1959

Ctn. 63, folder 1-4

Tessman, Irwin (and Ethel S.) 1956-1973

folder 5-9

Thomas, Charles A., Jr. 1956-1970

folder 10

Thomas, René 1954-1970

folder 11

Tissières, Alfred 1959-1962

folder 12

Tolmach, L. J. 1957-1960

folder 13-14

Tomizawa, Jun-ichi 1956-1968

folder 15

Tomkins, Gordon Mayer n.d.

folder 16

Twort, Frederick William 1915

folder 17

Miscellaneous T 1953-1971

folder 18

Uchida, Hisao 1958-1973

folder 19

Uetake, Hisao 1959

folder 20

Ussing, H. H. 1948-1950

folder 21

Miscellaneous U 1962-1967

folder 22

Van Dyke, James G. 1960-1963

folder 23

Vendrely, Colette (and Roger) 1957-1958

folder 24

Vielmetter, Walter 1959-1968

folder 25

Vil_ek, J. 1960-1963

folder 26

Vinograd, Jerome n.d.

folder 27

Visconti, N. 1952-1953

folder 28

Vogel, Henry J. 1963-1972

folder 29

Volkin, Elliot 1954-1962

folder 30

Miscellaneous V 1955-1972

folder 31

Wagner, Robert P. 1959-1965

folder 32

Wainwright, S. D. 1955-1966

Ctn. 64, folder 1

Wall, Frederick T. 1944-1954

folder 2

Waller, J. P. 1963-1964

folder 3

Warburg, Otto Heinrich 1955-1956

folder 4-6

Watanabe, Itaru 1950-1967

folder 7-8

Watson, James D. 1950-1993

folder 9

Weibull, Claes 1953-1958

folder 10-12

Weidel, Wolfhard 1951-1964

folder 13

Weigle, Jean Jacques 1951-1968

folder 14

Weisblat, David A. 1980-1984

folder 15

Weissman, Charles 1966-1969

folder 16

Welsch, Maurice 1936-1955

folder 17

Werner, Rudolf 1968

folder 18

Westergaard, M. 1964-1966

folder 19

Wettstein, Diter von 1961-1963

folder 20

Wettstein, Felix 1963-1964

folder 21

Wigand, Reinhard 1953-1954

folder 22

Wilkins, M. H. F. 1958

folder 23

Williams, Robley Cook 1953-1956

folder 24

Wilson, Dwight E. 1960-1962

folder 25

Winge, Øjvind 1955-1964

folder 26

Winkler, Ulrich 1959-1970

folder 27

Wisseman, Charles L. 1954

folder 28-30

Witkin, Evelyn M. 1947-1969

folder 31

Wittman, Heinz-Günter 1957-1971

folder 32

Wright, Barbara E. 1951-1960

folder 33

Wyss, Orville 1954-1961

folder 34-35

Miscellaneous W 1947-1973

Ctn. 65, folder 1

Yamamoto, Nobuto 1956-1972

folder 2-5

Yanofsky, Charles 1959-1973

folder 6

Yudkin, J. 1959

folder 7

Yura, T.1962-1970

folder 8

Miscellaneous Y 1953-1972

folder 9

Zackson, Saul Leon 1982

folder 10

Zalokar, Marko 1959-1965

folder 11

Zamecnik, Paul C. 1959

folder 12

Zarnenhof, Stephen 1953-1961

folder 13

Zelle, Max R. 1951-1958

folder 14

Zeuthen, E. 1949-1954

folder 15

Zimm, Bruno Hasbrouch 1959

folder 16

Zimmer, Karl Gunter 1969

folder 17-20

Zinder, Norton D. 1953-1972

folder 21

Zipser, David 1963

folder 22

Zubay, Geoffrey L. 1958-1959

folder 23

Miscellaneous Z 1953-1967