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Personal papers of nutritionist and chemist Franklin Bing, a leading food scientist as well as a poet and member of the Chicago Literary Club. Materials include: correspondence; reprints; manuscripts and speeches; reports; notes; notebooks; diaries; curricula vitae; correspondence, including extensive communication with his mentor L. B. Mendel concerning his dissertation and subsequent manuscripts; and files relating to the Chicago Literary Club and church.
Biographical file includes a photograph, an obituary, and news clipping regarding Dr. Bridgforth.
Biographical file includes a photograph of Dr. Briggs as well as professional correspondence during his stint as Professor of Nutrition at the University of California, Berkeley.
Biographical file includes a photograph, curriculum vitae, slides, academic programs, an academic article, a wealth of correspondence, press releases, a description of the Vanderbilt nutrition department, and an autobiographical reflection by Dr. Broquist.
Biographical file includes academic articles, numerous newspaper clippings, several photographs, curriculum vitae, many press releases, journal articles, slides, reprints, and other biographical information.
Biographical file includes curriculum vitae, biographical data, correspondence, reprints, writings, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
Biographical file includes research photographs and biographical sketch.
Personal papers of nutrition researcher Max Kenneth Horwitt, best known for his work with vitamins B and E. Materials include: correspondence; reprints; curricula vitae; and photographs.
Biographical file includes photograph, news clippings/articles, academic journal articles, CV, a copy of Mann's Figure and Fitness book, and other biographical information.
Personal papers of nutritionist, anatomist, and biochemist Karl Mason (1900-1978), who was a professor of anatomy at Vanderbilt from 1926-1940. Materials include: correspondence, reprints, and photographs. Correspondents include: Glenn Cullen, Alfred Blalock, Sam Clark, Robert S. Cunningham, W.S. Leathers, Canby Robinson, Rudolph Kampmeier, and Lafayette B. Mendel.
Personal papers of Ann S. Minot (1894-1980), biochemist and Vanderbilt professor who established the first blood bank at Vanderbilt. Materials include: personal and biographical material; manuscripts; lectures; notes and notebooks; correspondence; reprints; case histories; experimental data; subject files; note card bibliographies; drawings, photos, and slides.
Personal papers of Harold Hanson Mitchell (1886-1966) nutritionist and pioneer in the use of statistics in nutrition experimentation. Materials include: correspondence with Marjorie Edman; interviews with Edman and Marguerite Mitchell; portions of dissertation; reprints, 1909-1924; and inventory of collection at UI-Urbana.
Personal papers of Alvin L. Moxon, nutritionist and biochemist. The collection consists of reprints by A. L. Moxon, primarily on the toxicity of selenium.
Personal papers of noted toxicologist, nutritionist, and President of Food Research Laboratories, Inc., Bernard Oser (1899-1995). The collection consists primarily of reprints but also also includes correspondence, notes, manuscripts, brochures, and lab data.
Biographical file includes newspaper clippings, collection inventory, and CV.
Papers of nutritionist William D. Robinson (1911-1988), consisting of materials related to a Nutrition Survey of the American Zone of Occupation in Germany. The collection contains: orders; summary report; reports on various cities, including Berlin; data collection materials; reports on certain population groups.
Papers of nutrition scientist Arnold Schaefer (1917-1992) consists of seven feet of films and slides, primarily related to nutrition education and international nutrition surveys. Two feet of documents from various nutrition surveys. Shaefer made important contributions to the study of folic acid.
Personal papers of nutritionist William Henry Sebrell (1901-1992). Subjects covered include biography, awards, pellagra, NIH, Columbia University, Weight Watchers International. Located within the Goldberger - Sebrell Collection.
Personal papers of biochemist and nutritionist Lester J. Tepley (1920-1993). Materials include files on: Nutrition in Brazil (reprints, reports, clippings); Horticulture; and Nutrition (manuscripts and correspondence).
- Eskind Biomedical Library Manuscripts Collection 12
- VUMC Historical Images and Biographies 9
- VUMC History 7
- Nutrition -- history 5
- Dietetics -- history 2
- Anatomy 1
- Biochemistry -- history 1
- Cellular/Molecular Biology 1
- Chemistry, Clinical 1
- Epidemiology/Public Health 1
- Food Additives 1
- Illinois Northern Hospital for the Insane (Elgin, Ill.) 1
- Mason, Karl E. 1
- Meharry Medical College 1
- Muscular Dystrophies 1
- Nutrition Surveys 1
- Pediatrics 1
- Professional Associations 1
- Rheumatic Diseases 1
- Selenium 1
- Trace Elements 1
- United States. Interdepartmental Committee on Nutrition for National Defense 1
- Vanderbilt University--Alumni 1
- Vanderbilt University. School of Medicine 1
- Vitamins 1
- Women in Medicine 1 ∧ less
- Bing, Franklin C. (Franklin Church) 1
- Blalock, Alfred 1
- Clark, Sam Lillard 1
- Cullen, Glenn Ernest 1
- Cunningham, R. S. (Robert Sydney) 1
- Darby, William J. (WIlliam Jefferson) 1
- Horwitt, Max K. (Max Kenneth) 1
- Kampmeier, Rudolph H. (Rudolph Herman) 1
- Leathers, Waller S. (Waller Smith) 1
- Mason, Karl Ernest 1
- Mendel , Lafayette B. (Lafayette Benedict) 1
- Minot, A. S. 1
- Mitchell, H. H. (Harold Hanson) 1
- Moxon, Alvin L. (Alvin Lloyd) 1
- Oser, Bernard L. (Bernard Levussove) 1
- Robinson, George Canby 1
- Robinson, William D. 1
- Schaefer, Arnold Edward 1
- Sebrell, W.H. (William Henry) 1
- Teply, Lester J. 1 ∧ less
About this Site
This site contains collection guides, or finding aids, to the archival collections held by Vanderbilt University Special Collections and University Archives, the History of Medicine Collection, and the Scarritt Bennett Center. Finding aids describe the context, arrangement, and structure of archival materials, allowing users to identify and request materials relevant to their research.
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