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Letter from Linus Pauling to C. Lockard Conley. November 17, 1969.
Pauling writes to discuss the role that he played in the discovery of abnormal human hemoglobins. In so doing, Pauling corrects what he feels to be errors or omissions by Bill Castle and George Burch in their recountings of the historical record. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: C. Lockard Conley
Associated: Harvey Itano, George E. Burch, William B. Castle, Alfred E. Cohn, Thomas Addis, Edward A. Doisy, Travis Winsor, Edward R. Evans, Theodore Shedlovsky, Maurice B. Strauss

Date: November 17, 1969
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr181.5-lp-conley-19691117
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