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Key Participants


William T. Astbury
George W. Beadle
John Desmond Bernal
William Lawrence Bragg
Herman R. Branson
Dan H. Campbell
William B. Castle
Robert B. Corey
Francis H. C. Crick
Max Delbrück
Emil Fischer
Frank Blair Hanson
Maurice Huggins
Harvey A. Itano
John C. Kendrew
Karl Landsteiner
Alfred E. Mirsky
Carl G. Niemann
Linus Pauling
Max F. Perutz
Frederick Sanger
S. Jonathan Singer
Theodor (The) Svedberg
Alexander R. Todd
Warren Weaver
Dorothy Wrinch

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Frank Blair Hanson.
Frank Blair Hanson. 1940s.
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Frank Blair Hanson

1886-1945

Frank Blair Hanson Papers
Location: The Rockefeller Archive Center
Address: 15 Dayton Avenue, Sleepy Hollow, New York
Size: 4 boxes and assorted microfilm rolls
Phone: 914-631-4505  Fax: 914-631-6017
Email: archive@rockarch.org  Web: http://rockarch.org

 

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Quotes

"Beadle makes an exceptionally fine impression and is undoubtedly one of the most promising men of his age in Biology - a man to be watched."

Frank Blair Hanson. Diary entry. September 1936.

"Although the chances that our work on artificial antibodies will lead to results of practical value in the immediate future are not great, there does exist some possibility that the researches will have practical application."

Linus Pauling. Letter to Frank Blair Hanson. May 29, 1942.

"It does not seem to us that we should consider going in for the support of immunology on a broad front at the present time."

Frank Blair Hanson. Letter to Linus Pauling. May 7, 1943.

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