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Scope and Contents The collection includes papers, reprints, and student theses from approximately 1936-1981.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 112 3x5½" black-and-white photographs of resident or visiting scientists at the MBL. Many of the photos are signed.
Scope and Contents The Ebert scientific papers, dating from 1941 to 2000, are limited to manuscripts, seminar, classroom notes when he was a student and professor, and research notebooks. A few of his awards are included in box 4.
Scope and Contents Galtsoff’s papers, dating from 1931 to 1968, include photographs, correspondence, and memorabilia from his experience in “Operation Crossroads.” Also among his papers are photographs and material from his book on the history of the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries laboratory in Woods Hole.
Scope and Contents The papers span in date from 1917 to 2000 and consist of correspondence with colleagues, course lecture notes, lecture and meeting notes, writings, and illustrations (including illustrations for two classics of embryology: the article “A Series of normal stages in the development of the chick embryo” and the book A Manual of Experimental Embryology.) Notable correspondents include Johannes Holtfreter (however, with one exception, the letters in the Holtfreter files are...
Scope and Contents The collection, dating from 1894 to 1947, includes materials related to Lillie’s time as director of the Marine Biological Laboratory (1908-1925) and as president of the MBL Corporation (1925-1941). The papers also pertain to the early years of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Scope and Contents The Sager papers, dating from 1946 to 1999, includes one 17" x 11" x 3" box and twenty-two 24" x 12" boxes. They contain correspondence, lab notes, class notes, cultures, slides, discs and biographical information. There is also a box containing Sager’s bound reprints.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of Saunders’s personal correspondence, files on his postdoctoral and graduate students, universities and lecture files, embryo microscopy and miscellaneous microscopy files, course binder materials, and other miscellaneous files pertaining to his research and education from 1941 to 2002.
Scope and Contents The Sally Hughes Schrader collection includes approximately 100 pictures of scientists at work and play during the 1920s to 1950s. There are also copies of portraits of eminent scientists from the Genetics Society in 1967. One folder contains letters to E. B. Wilson from his colleagues regarding the publication of The Cell in 1896.