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Finding Aid to the Mearl F. Stanton Papers, 1931-1980

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by HMD Staff
Processing completed April 16, 1987
Encoded by: Dan Jenkins


Summary Information
Title: Mearl F. Stanton Papers
Creator: Stanton, Mearl F. (Mearl Frederick), 1922-1980
Dates: 1931-1980
Extent: 4.2 linear feet (10 MS boxes)
Abstract:
Stanton's early work at the National Cancer Institute was on chemically-induced carcinogenesis, after which he shifted to viral oncology. His last years were spent working on fiber carcinogenesis, and in particular on the carcinogenic effect of asbestos.

Call number: MS C 432
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored offsite. Retrievals made last Friday of the month. Contact reesj@nlm.nih.gov for scheduling.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions on access.

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Preferred Citation:

Stanton, Mearl F. Mearl F. Stanton papers. 1931-1980. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD.; MS C 432.

Provenance:

The Mearl F. Stanton Papers were given to the National Library of Medicine on 1 September 1985 by his widow, Margie Stanton. Accession 392.

Photographs Transferred to Prints and Photos, 4/1/87

  • Stanton and Eliza Miller, Technician, ca. 1960
  • Portrait of Stanton, ca. 1970
  • Portrait of Stanton, undated
  • Attendees at the "Confrenza Internationale Sui Tumori Del Polmone Negli Animali," Universita degli Studi Perugia, 1965
  • Mear. F. Stanton with Co. Eddinger, May 4, 1973

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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the Mearl F. Stanton Papers, 1931-1980

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by HMD Staff
Processing completed April 16, 1987
Encoded by: Dan Jenkins

Descriptive Summary

Stanton, Mearl F. (Mearl Frederick), 1922-1980Mearl F. Stanton Papers Dates: 1931-19804.2 linear feet (10 MS boxes)MS C 432 Materials stored offsite. Retrievals made last Friday of the month. Contact reesj@nlm.nih.gov for scheduling. Abstract:Stanton's early work at the National Cancer Institute was on chemically-induced carcinogenesis, after which he shifted to viral oncology. His last years were spent working on fiber carcinogenesis, and in particular on the carcinogenic effect of asbestos.Collection materials primarily in EnglishProvenance:

The Mearl F. Stanton Papers were given to the National Library of Medicine on 1 September 1985 by his widow, Margie Stanton. Accession 392.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions on access.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

Stanton, Mearl F. Mearl F. Stanton papers. 1931-1980. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD.; MS C 432.

Photographs Transferred to Prints and Photos, 4/1/87

  • Stanton and Eliza Miller, Technician, ca. 1960
  • Portrait of Stanton, ca. 1970
  • Portrait of Stanton, undated
  • Attendees at the "Confrenza Internationale Sui Tumori Del Polmone Negli Animali," Universita degli Studi Perugia, 1965
  • Mear. F. Stanton with Co. Eddinger, May 4, 1973

Biographical Note

Mearl F. Stanton was born on 14 August 1922 in Staunton, Illinois. He attended the universities of Southern Illinois, Depaul and Wisconsin from 1940-44, though he did not receive a degree until June 1948 when he received an M.D. degree from St. Louis University. Stanton interned at St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago, after which he taught pathology at St. Louis University. From 1955 to 1957 Stanton served at the Army Chemical Center in Frederick, Maryland. In January, 1957 Stanton came to work at the Pathology Laboratory in the National Cancer Institute (NCI). In 1969, upon the retirement of Dr. Harold Stewart (MS C 228), Stanton was made Chief of the laboratory. He continued to work for NCI until his death from Shy-Drager syndrome on 18 May 1980.

Stanton's research covered a broad spectrum of questions. His early years at St. Louis University were spent working on host parasite relationships of obligate intracellular parasites. His early work at NCI was on chemically-induced carcinogenesis, after which he shifted to viral oncology. His last years were spent working on fiber carcinogenesis, and in particular on the carcinogenic effect of asbestos. From 1967 to 1974 Stanton also served as editor of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. More biographical information on Stanton can be found in vol. 67, no. 5 (November, 1981) of the journal, which is dedicated to Stanton.


The collection is organized into nine series. The richest part of the collection is found in the correspondence series, which combines Stanton's personal correspondence with material from his files at NCI, and is arranged alphabetically. Correspondents represented by five or more items are singled out in the container listing, but especially noteworthy is the correspondence with Aurel Goodwin, Takahiro Hirano, J.R.M. (Hamish) Innes, Daniel S. Longnecker, Hisashi Otsuka, Henry Pinkerton, Irving J. Selikoff, and Harold L. Stewart.

All of Stanton's research interests are represented in the collection, but the bulk of the material concerns his investigations into the carcinogenic effect of asbestos and other fibers. Speeches, talks, correspondence, and subject files relating to his discoveries of asbestos are present. Also well documented are Stanton's long military service, and his administrative activities (including editorial duties) while at the National Cancer Institute. Unpublished manuscripts and an incomplete set of Stanton's published writings round out the collection.

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    MeSH Subjects

    • Asbestos--adverse effects
    • Carcinogens
    • Mineral Fibers--adverse effects
    • Neoplasms
    Personal Names

    • Dement, John M.
    • Innes, James Robert Maitland, 1903-
    • Longnecker, Daniel S.
    • Pinkerton, Henry, 1897-
    • Selikoff, Irving J.
    • Stewart, Harold L. (Harold Leroy), b. 1899-
    Corporate Names

    • Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (U.S.)
    • National Cancer Institute (U.S.)
    • United States. Army Medical Dept.

    Series Descriptions

    Biography, 1942-1981BoxFolderContents11Biographical Articles, JNCI, v. 67, n.5, November 198112Memorabilia, 1942-195113Curriculum Vitae, Jan. 24, 196514-5Stanton - Personnel Folders, 1963-198016Stanton's Medical Record, 197217Family Records, 1961-196418Notebook, 2nd Year Pathology, St. Louis University School of Medicine, 1945Correspondence and Notes, 1949-1980
    Miscellaneous correspondence interfiled alphabetically by correspondent with the general correspondence file from Stanton's office. Correspondence consisting of five or more items has been separately identified by correspondent. Correspondence relating to Stanton's editorial service is filed separately.

    BoxFolderContents19-10Unidentified, n.d.111A Correspondence, 1963-1977112-13B Correspondence, 1963-1979114Benbrook, Stanley C., 1969115Brand, K. Gerhard, 1977-1980116-17C Correspondence, 1960-1977118Castleman, Barry, 1973-1974119Chesterman, Frederick C., 1965-1971120Congdon, C.C., 1969121Cumley, R. W., 1961122-23D Correspondence, 1957-1978124Dalton, Alan J.P., 1976225Davis, Olive S., 1960126DeMent, Jack, 1949-1972127-30DeMent, Jack, 1973131Dunn, Thelma B., 1956-1976132E Correspondence, 1957-197721-2F Correspondence, 1959-197723-4G Correspondence, 1960-197825Glasoe, Paul J., 197626-7Goodwin, Aurel, 197628Gross, Paul, 1965-197229-10H Correspondence, 1956-1977211Hirano, Takahiro, 1970-1973212Hockett, Robert C., 1961-1972213I Correspondence, 1972-1977214-16Innes, J.R.M. (Hamish), 1958-1971217J Correspondence, 1963-1977218-19K Correspondence, 1959-1977220Kirsten, Werner H., 1965-1967221Kotin, Paul, 1975-1976222Kraybil, H.F., 1974223L Correspondence, 1958-1979224Lee, Douglas H.K., 1973225Longnecker, Daniels, 1969-1971226-27M Correspondence, 1961-1979228Meinkoth, Norman A., 1963-1965229N Correspondence, 1962-1977230O Correspondence, 1962-1968231Otsuka, Hisashi, 1961-1966232P Correspondence, 1959-1979233Pelnar, Premysl V., 1973234Pinkerton, Henry, 1958-1967235Pohle, Elizabeth B., 1959-1960236Porter, Robert, 1974237Price, James M., 196531R Correspondence, 1958-197732Rall, David P., 197333Reif, Arnold E., 197734-7S Correspondence, 1958-197938-9Selikoff, Irving J., 1966-1974310Shapiro, Raymond E., 1973-1976311Shimkin, Michael B., 1966-1968312Sorenson, George D., 1969-1970313Speil, Sidney, 1970-1971314Spencer, Herbert, 1963315-16T Correspondence, 1958-1979317Thayer, Robert H., 1961318Thayer, Stephen B., 1961-1962319Trexler, Duke C., 1973320Turusov, Vladimir, 1969-1972321V Correspondence, 1967-1977322-23W Correspondence, 1957-1979324Wagner, J.C. (Chris), 1970-1979325Wands, Ralph C., 1973-1976326Weber, Giorgio, 1965-1969327Wrench, Constance, 1956328Y Correspondence, 1967-1973329Z Correspondence, 1968330Journal of Environmental Pathology and Toxicology, 1976-1980331Journal of the National Cancer Institute (JNCI), 1966332JNCI, 1968; 1970333-37JNCI, 1973338JNCI, 1974Administrative Records, 1951-1978
    Interoffice memoranda, letters, personnel files, and reports. Includes some records from Harold L. Stewart's tenure as laboratory chief.

    BoxFolderContents41-30Memoranda and correspondence, 1951-1953; 1957-1978; 1981431Visiting Fellows, 1968-1976432Annual Reports, 1965-1967433Annual Reports, 1969-1972434Annual Reports, 1975-19774355-Year Report for 1967-1971, 1972436-39Individual Project Reports, 1960; 1962; 1964-80Army Records, 1942-1978
    Correspondence and unique records pertaining to Stanton's military career. Non-unique material relating to assignments, promotions, and general Army policy has been removed.

    BoxFolderContents51-2Administration, 1947-1962; 1965-197753Chronology, 1942-196054Commissions, 1942-195255Correspondents, 1953-196156Army Correspondence Course Program, 1974-197657Retention of Active Status, 197558Draft, 1952-195459Health Immunization, 1962-1974510Public Law, 1952-1953511Reserve Activities, 1952-1972512Retirement, 1974-1979513Stanton's Medical Records, 1943514Stanton's Medical Records, 1952-1956515Stanton's Medical Records 1961-1962, 516Stanton's Medical Records, 1962517Stanton's Medical Records, 1971-1978518-20Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) Manual of Histologic and Special Staining Technics, 1957521-22AFIP Staining Techniques: Notes, n.d.523-24AFIP Staining Techniques: Notes, 1957525AFIP Staining Techniques: Notes, 1960-1964Manuscripts, 1965-1979
    Published manuscripts and manuscripts of articles not found in the reprint series (below). Non-distinctive drafts of published material have been removed.

    BoxFolderContents61"Cancer - The Problem of Definition", 196562-5"Factors Affecting Development Induced with Asbestos, Fibrous Glass and Related Minerals", 197166-7"Cell Anchorage and its Possible Relationship to Carcinogenesis by Fibers", 197268Correspondence relating to above article, 197269"Fiber Carcinogenesis - Editorial", 1973610-11"Some Aetiologic Considerations of Fiber Carcinogenesis", 1973612-14"Squamous Carinoma of the Lung from Cigarette Smoke Condensate in Implated Beeswax Pellets", 1975615-17"The Carcinogenicity of Fibrous Glass" [Speech Copy], 1976618-19"Research into Carcinogenic Mechanisms with Fine Fibers", 197671"Abnormal Response of Nonleukemic Rats Infected with Moloney Leukemia Virus to Two Latent Infectious Diseases, Bartonellis and Nosematosis", 197772"Public Health Risks of Exposure to Asbestos", 197773"Pulmonary Carcinogenesis in Rats Implanted with Cigarette Smoke Condensate Pellets", 197774-8"Ultrastructural Observations on Preneoplastic Epideroid Metaplasia in the Lungs of Rats", 1979Photographs used in publications10Lung photos and negatives, ca. 1961-1978Conferences, 1970-1976
    Includes correspondence, minutes, agendas, programs, lists of delegates, handwritten notes, charts, manuscripts, reprints, and memoranda.

    BoxFolderContents79Symposium of Tissue Response to Asbestos, April 7-9, 1970710-13International Agency for Research on Cancer - Lyon France, Oct. 2-5, 1972714-15Mechanisms on Fiber Carcinogenesis (Gordon Conference), July 19-23, 1976716Miscellaneous Conferences and Committees, 1976Laboratory Data, ca. 1966Abstract: BoxFolderContents717[Epidermod Carcinoma Induced in Rats], n.d.718-20Moloney Virus Infection of Rats, [1966]Asbestos - Subject Files, 1931-1974
    Consists of scholarly and popular reprints, and speeches.

    BoxFolderContents81Clippings, n.d.82-18Reprints, 1931-1976819-21Asbestos Speeches, 1970-1974Reprints, 1951-1978
    Offprints of articles by Stanton.

    BoxFolderContents91Reprints, 1951-195492Reprints, 1955-195893Reprints, 195994Reprints, 1960-196195Reprints, 1963-196496Reprints, 196597Reprints, 1966-196798Reprints, 196999Reprints, 1970910Reprints, 1971911Reprints, 1972912Reprints, 1973913Reprints, 1974914Reprints, 1975915Reprints, 1976916Reprints, 1977917Reprints, 1978918Reprints, 1979

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    The collection is organized into nine series. The richest part of the collection is found in the correspondence series, which combines Stanton's personal correspondence with material from his files at NCI, and is arranged alphabetically. Correspondents represented by five or more items are singled out in the container listing, but especially noteworthy is the correspondence with Aurel Goodwin, Takahiro Hirano, J.R.M. (Hamish) Innes, Daniel S. Longnecker, Hisashi Otsuka, Henry Pinkerton, Irving J. Selikoff, and Harold L. Stewart.

    All of Stanton's research interests are represented in the collection, but the bulk of the material concerns his investigations into the carcinogenic effect of asbestos and other fibers. Speeches, talks, correspondence, and subject files relating to his discoveries of asbestos are present. Also well documented are Stanton's long military service, and his administrative activities (including editorial duties) while at the National Cancer Institute. Unpublished manuscripts and an incomplete set of Stanton's published writings round out the collection.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Biography, 1942-1981 [series]:
    1 1
    Biographical Articles, JNCI, v. 67, n.5, November 1981
    1 2
    Memorabilia, 1942-1951
    1 3
    Curriculum Vitae, Jan. 24, 1965
    1 4-5
    Stanton - Personnel Folders, 1963-1980
    1 6
    Stanton's Medical Record, 1972
    1 7
    Family Records, 1961-1964
    1 8
    Notebook, 2nd Year Pathology, St. Louis University School of Medicine, 1945
     
    Correspondence and Notes, 1949-1980 [series]:

    Miscellaneous correspondence interfiled alphabetically by correspondent with the general correspondence file from Stanton's office. Correspondence consisting of five or more items has been separately identified by correspondent. Correspondence relating to Stanton's editorial service is filed separately.

    1 9-10
    Unidentified, n.d.
    1 11
    A Correspondence, 1963-1977
    1 12-13
    B Correspondence, 1963-1979
    1 14
    Benbrook, Stanley C., 1969
    1 15
    Brand, K. Gerhard, 1977-1980
    1 16-17
    C Correspondence, 1960-1977
    1 18
    Castleman, Barry, 1973-1974
    1 19
    Chesterman, Frederick C., 1965-1971
    1 20
    Congdon, C.C., 1969
    1 21
    Cumley, R. W., 1961
    1 22-23
    D Correspondence, 1957-1978
    1 24
    Dalton, Alan J.P., 1976
    2 25
    Davis, Olive S., 1960
    1 26
    DeMent, Jack, 1949-1972
    1 27-30
    DeMent, Jack, 1973
    1 31
    Dunn, Thelma B., 1956-1976
    1 32
    E Correspondence, 1957-1977
    2 1-2
    F Correspondence, 1959-1977
    2 3-4
    G Correspondence, 1960-1978
    2 5
    Glasoe, Paul J., 1976
    2 6-7
    Goodwin, Aurel, 1976
    2 8
    Gross, Paul, 1965-1972
    2 9-10
    H Correspondence, 1956-1977
    2 11
    Hirano, Takahiro, 1970-1973
    2 12
    Hockett, Robert C., 1961-1972
    2 13
    I Correspondence, 1972-1977
    2 14-16
    Innes, J.R.M. (Hamish), 1958-1971
    2 17
    J Correspondence, 1963-1977
    2 18-19
    K Correspondence, 1959-1977
    2 20
    Kirsten, Werner H., 1965-1967
    2 21
    Kotin, Paul, 1975-1976
    2 22
    Kraybil, H.F., 1974
    2 23
    L Correspondence, 1958-1979
    2 24
    Lee, Douglas H.K., 1973
    2 25
    Longnecker, Daniels, 1969-1971
    2 26-27
    M Correspondence, 1961-1979
    2 28
    Meinkoth, Norman A., 1963-1965
    2 29
    N Correspondence, 1962-1977
    2 30
    O Correspondence, 1962-1968
    2 31
    Otsuka, Hisashi, 1961-1966
    2 32
    P Correspondence, 1959-1979
    2 33
    Pelnar, Premysl V., 1973
    2 34
    Pinkerton, Henry, 1958-1967
    2 35
    Pohle, Elizabeth B., 1959-1960
    2 36
    Porter, Robert, 1974
    2 37
    Price, James M., 1965
    3 1
    R Correspondence, 1958-1977
    3 2
    Rall, David P., 1973
    3 3
    Reif, Arnold E., 1977
    3 4-7
    S Correspondence, 1958-1979
    3 8-9
    Selikoff, Irving J., 1966-1974
    3 10
    Shapiro, Raymond E., 1973-1976
    3 11
    Shimkin, Michael B., 1966-1968
    3 12
    Sorenson, George D., 1969-1970
    3 13
    Speil, Sidney, 1970-1971
    3 14
    Spencer, Herbert, 1963
    3 15-16
    T Correspondence, 1958-1979
    3 17
    Thayer, Robert H., 1961
    3 18
    Thayer, Stephen B., 1961-1962
    3 19
    Trexler, Duke C., 1973
    3 20
    Turusov, Vladimir, 1969-1972
    3 21
    V Correspondence, 1967-1977
    3 22-23
    W Correspondence, 1957-1979
    3 24
    Wagner, J.C. (Chris), 1970-1979
    3 25
    Wands, Ralph C., 1973-1976
    3 26
    Weber, Giorgio, 1965-1969
    3 27
    Wrench, Constance, 1956
    3 28
    Y Correspondence, 1967-1973
    3 29
    Z Correspondence, 1968
    3 30
    Journal of Environmental Pathology and Toxicology, 1976-1980
    3 31
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute (JNCI), 1966
    3 32
    JNCI, 1968; 1970
    3 33-37
    JNCI, 1973
    3 38
    JNCI, 1974
     
    Administrative Records, 1951-1978 [series]:

    Interoffice memoranda, letters, personnel files, and reports. Includes some records from Harold L. Stewart's tenure as laboratory chief.

    4 1-30
    Memoranda and correspondence, 1951-1953; 1957-1978; 1981
    4 31
    Visiting Fellows, 1968-1976
    4 32
    Annual Reports, 1965-1967
    4 33
    Annual Reports, 1969-1972
    4 34
    Annual Reports, 1975-1977
    4 35
    5-Year Report for 1967-1971, 1972
    4 36-39
    Individual Project Reports, 1960; 1962; 1964-80
     
    Army Records, 1942-1978 [series]:

    Correspondence and unique records pertaining to Stanton's military career. Non-unique material relating to assignments, promotions, and general Army policy has been removed.

    5 1-2
    Administration, 1947-1962; 1965-1977
    5 3
    Chronology, 1942-1960
    5 4
    Commissions, 1942-1952
    5 5
    Correspondents, 1953-1961
    5 6
    Army Correspondence Course Program, 1974-1976
    5 7
    Retention of Active Status, 1975
    5 8
    Draft, 1952-1954
    5 9
    Health Immunization, 1962-1974
    5 10
    Public Law, 1952-1953
    5 11
    Reserve Activities, 1952-1972
    5 12
    Retirement, 1974-1979
    5 13
    Stanton's Medical Records, 1943
    5 14
    Stanton's Medical Records, 1952-1956
    5 15
    Stanton's Medical Records 1961-1962,
    5 16
    Stanton's Medical Records, 1962
    5 17
    Stanton's Medical Records, 1971-1978
    5 18-20
    Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) Manual of Histologic and Special Staining Technics, 1957
    5 21-22
    AFIP Staining Techniques: Notes, n.d.
    5 23-24
    AFIP Staining Techniques: Notes, 1957
    5 25
    AFIP Staining Techniques: Notes, 1960-1964
     
    Manuscripts, 1965-1979 [series]:

    Published manuscripts and manuscripts of articles not found in the reprint series (below). Non-distinctive drafts of published material have been removed.

    6 1
    "Cancer - The Problem of Definition", 1965
    6 2-5
    "Factors Affecting Development Induced with Asbestos, Fibrous Glass and Related Minerals", 1971
    6 6-7
    "Cell Anchorage and its Possible Relationship to Carcinogenesis by Fibers", 1972
    6 8
    Correspondence relating to above article, 1972
    6 9
    "Fiber Carcinogenesis - Editorial", 1973
    6 10-11
    "Some Aetiologic Considerations of Fiber Carcinogenesis", 1973
    6 12-14
    "Squamous Carinoma of the Lung from Cigarette Smoke Condensate in Implated Beeswax Pellets", 1975
    6 15-17
    "The Carcinogenicity of Fibrous Glass" [Speech Copy], 1976
    6 18-19
    "Research into Carcinogenic Mechanisms with Fine Fibers", 1976
    7 1
    "Abnormal Response of Nonleukemic Rats Infected with Moloney Leukemia Virus to Two Latent Infectious Diseases, Bartonellis and Nosematosis", 1977
    7 2
    "Public Health Risks of Exposure to Asbestos", 1977
    7 3
    "Pulmonary Carcinogenesis in Rats Implanted with Cigarette Smoke Condensate Pellets", 1977
    7 4-8
    "Ultrastructural Observations on Preneoplastic Epideroid Metaplasia in the Lungs of Rats", 1979
     
    Photographs used in publications [subseries]:
    10
    Lung photos and negatives, ca. 1961-1978
     
    Conferences, 1970-1976 [series]:

    Includes correspondence, minutes, agendas, programs, lists of delegates, handwritten notes, charts, manuscripts, reprints, and memoranda.

    7 9
    Symposium of Tissue Response to Asbestos, April 7-9, 1970
    7 10-13
    International Agency for Research on Cancer - Lyon France, Oct. 2-5, 1972
    7 14-15
    Mechanisms on Fiber Carcinogenesis (Gordon Conference), July 19-23, 1976
    7 16
    Miscellaneous Conferences and Committees, 1976
     
    Laboratory Data, ca. 1966 [series]:
    7 17
    [Epidermod Carcinoma Induced in Rats], n.d.
    7 18-20
    Moloney Virus Infection of Rats, [1966]
     
    Asbestos - Subject Files, 1931-1974 [series]:

    Consists of scholarly and popular reprints, and speeches.

    8 1
    Clippings, n.d.
    8 2-18
    Reprints, 1931-1976
    8 19-21
    Asbestos Speeches, 1970-1974
     
    Reprints, 1951-1978 [series]:

    Offprints of articles by Stanton.

    9 1
    Reprints, 1951-1954
    9 2
    Reprints, 1955-1958
    9 3
    Reprints, 1959
    9 4
    Reprints, 1960-1961
    9 5
    Reprints, 1963-1964
    9 6
    Reprints, 1965
    9 7
    Reprints, 1966-1967
    9 8
    Reprints, 1969
    9 9
    Reprints, 1970
    9 10
    Reprints, 1971
    9 11
    Reprints, 1972
    9 12
    Reprints, 1973
    9 13
    Reprints, 1974
    9 14
    Reprints, 1975
    9 15
    Reprints, 1976
    9 16
    Reprints, 1977
    9 17
    Reprints, 1978
    9 18
    Reprints, 1979