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C. Frank Consolazio Papers

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0019
Abstract Personal papers of C. Frank Consolazio, biochemist nutritionist. Material includes: slides, reprints and subject files. The majority of the collection is made up of subject files pertaining to his wide range of interests. The largest group covers nutrition surveys of U.S. military related agencies including ICNND.
Dates: 1950 - 1980

Reginald Passmore Papers

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0059
Abstract Personal papers of nutritionist Reginald Passmore. The Collection consists of correspondence from 77 international nutritionists, alphabetically arranged by correspondent. Correspondents include: E. H. Arhens, K. Arimoto, J. Brozek, R.C. Burgess, H. Chick, C.F. Consolazio, O. G. (Otto Gustaf) Edholm, C. Gopalan, S.B. Halstead, J. Hirsch, D.B. Jelliffe, H.A. Krebs, C. McCay, D.S. McLaren, E.D. Mason, J Mayer, R.A. Peters, C.P. Stewart, J. Waterlow, J. Yudkin.
Dates: 1947 - 1980

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