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Key Participants


George W. Beadle
George E. Burch
Dan H. Campbell
William B. Castle
Robert B. Corey
Charles D. Coryell
Lee A. DuBridge
Vernon M. Ingram
Harvey A. Itano
Karl Landsteiner
Alfred E. Mirsky
Robert M. Nalbandian
James V. Neel
A. A. Noyes
Ava Helen Pauling
Linus Pauling
Walter A. Schroeder
S. Jonathan Singer
Stanley M. Swingle
Arne Tiselius
Warren Weaver
Ibert C. Wells
Paul L. Wolf
Emile Zuckerkandl

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Portrait of Warren Weaver
Portrait of Warren Weaver, 1960s.
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Warren Weaver

1894-1978

Warren Weaver Papers, 1949-1967
Location: The Rockefeller Archive Center
Address: 15 Dayton Avenue, Sleepy Hollow, New York 10591
Size: 0.5 cubic feet
Phone: 914-631-4505  Fax: 914-631-6017
Email: archive@rockarch.org  Web: http://www.rockarch.org/collections/individuals/rf/

 

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"The item of $7,500 for apparatus, supplies, animals would permit us to use the large number of animals required for some of our projected researches, and should permit also the construction of a Tiselius apparatus for the electrophoretic separation of antibody fractions by the suggested method of combination with charged haptens, and for other investigations."

Linus Pauling. Letter to Warren Weaver. January 2, 1941.

"I am very sorry you were not here during Warren [Weaver]’s visit because you started it all and are certainly the one responsible for getting Chemistry and Biology in a position where there’s a good chance of collecting some nice blue chips."

George Beadle. Letter to Linus Pauling. March 1, 1948.

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