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Finding Aid to the Henry Siegel Papers on Alleged Tubocurarine Poisonings, 1964-1985

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Summary Information
Title: Henry Siegel Papers on alleged tubocurarine poisonings
Creator: Siegel, Henry
Dates: 1964-1985
Extent: 7.1 linear feet (17 boxes)
Abstract:
Correspondence, autopsy report, depositions, and transcripts of court records accumulated by the pathologists hired by the defense in the trial of "Dr. X," Mario E. Jascalevich.

Call number: MS C 437
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored offsite. Retrievals made last Friday of the month. Contact reesj@nlm.nih.gov for scheduling.

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Preferred Citation:

[Call Number, Collection Name, Series Number], Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, USA.

Provenance:

Gift of Dr. Henry Siegel in 1988.


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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the Henry Siegel Papers on Alleged Tubocurarine Poisonings, 1964-1985

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by HMD Staff
Date completed:
Encoded by Dan Jenkins

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Siegel, HenryHenry Siegel Papers on alleged tubocurarine poisonings Dates: 1964-19857.1 linear feet (17 boxes)MS C 437 Materials stored offsite. Retrievals made last Friday of the month. Contact reesj@nlm.nih.gov for scheduling. Abstract:Correspondence, autopsy report, depositions, and transcripts of court records accumulated by the pathologists hired by the defense in the trial of "Dr. X," Mario E. Jascalevich.Collection materials primarily in EnglishProvenance:

Gift of Dr. Henry Siegel in 1988.

Access Restrictions:

Collection is not restricted. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding 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.

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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:

[Call Number, Collection Name, Series Number], Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, USA.

Historical Note

On May 18, 1976, Dr. Mario E. Jascalevich wad indicted for five murders. Two of Jascalevich's colleagues at Riverdell Hospital in Oradell, N.J. - Dr. Stanley Harris, a surgeon, and Dr. Allan Lans, an osteopathic physician - suspected him of murdering their patients with curare. In January 1976 a series of articles about a "Doctor X" suspected of murdering patients at Riverdell Hospital appeared in the New York Times, and the Bergen County Prosecutor's office reopened its case. A month prior to the case being officially reopened, however, New York Deputy Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Baden supplied an affidavit with the Superior Court in Bergen County stating that at least a score of patients who died at Riverdell in 1966 succumbed from other reasons than those stated on death certificates. A Superior Court judge signed the order in January 1976, granting the prosecutor's office the right to exhume the bodies of five patients, all entered Riverdell Hospital between December 1965 and September 1966 for routine surgical procedures and succumbed days afterward. A little more than year later, the state's forensic experts began using radioimmunoassay (RIA) and high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) on the tissue specimens. In the fall of 1977, the defense received from Dr. Baden and his expert in toxicology Dr. Dal Cortivo samples of tissues and embalming fluids of the alleged murder victims. On February 28, 1978, a panel of 18 jurors was chosen for what was to become one of the longest criminal trials (34 weeks) in the nation's history. The defense contended that RIA and HPLC were relatively new procedures and could not be used to detect curare in human tissue.

The major question addressed by the defense was that of the long-term stability of curare under the conditions to which the bodies were subjected between 1966 and 1976. It was contended that the RIA was not specific enough and "could only rise suspicions that something is there but it might not be there." Tests for the stability of curare found that both embalming fluids and tissue juices (from the patients) had destructive effects on this compound. Defense witnesses testified that curare could not survive in embalmed bodies for 10 years. On October 24, 1978 Jascalevich was acquitted of all murder charges.

Henry Siegel, physician and pathologist, was medical examiner for Westchester County, N.Y.


Correspondence, autopsy report, depositions, and transcripts of court records accumulated by the pathologists hired by the defense in the trial of "Dr. X," Mario E. Jascalevich.

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    MeSH Subjects

    • Autopsies
    • Curare--toxicology
    • Forensic Medicine
    • Forensic Toxicology
    • Tubocurarine--poisoning
    Personal Names

    • Holmstedt, Bo
    • Jascalevich, Mario

    Series Descriptions

    B Series, 1964-1985
    Arranged by decedent. Page numbers are for each of Siegel's books within each box.

    Emma Artz, 1966, 1976; n.d.BoxBookContents1AMiscellaneousAbstract: pp. B1 - B61AHospital ChartAbstract: pp. B7 - B551ADeath Certificate, 1966Abstract: pp. B561AM.J.'s Comments, Abstract: pp. B571AWitnesses, Abstract: pp. B58 - B761AAutopsy Report; Histology Findings; Summary, 1976Abstract: pp. B77 - B811AToxicology ReportsAbstract: pp. B82 - B871AExhumation PhotosAbstract: pp. B98 - B104Frank Biggs, 1966; 1976BoxBookContents1BMiscellaneousAbstract: pp. B110 - B1691BHospital Chart, 8/20/66 - 8/28/66Abstract: pp. B1701BDeath CertificateAbstract: pp. B1701BHospital Chart, 1/21/66 - 1/29/66Abstract: pp. B170a - B170f1BHospital Chart, 4/2/66 - 4/13/66Abstract: pp. B170ag - B170aaae1B1966 Autopsy Report, 1966Abstract: pp. B171 - 1741BWitnessesAbstract: pp. B177 - B1841BAutopsy Report; Histology Findings; Summary, 1976Abstract: pp. B185 - B1901BExhumationAbstract: pp. B190 - B1991BToxicology ReportsAbstract: pp. B200 - B213Margaret Henderson, 1966; 1976BoxBookContents1CMiscellaneousAbstract: pp. B214 - B219a1CHospital ChartAbstract: pp. B220 - B2581C1966 Autopsy Report, Toxicology Report1966Abstract: pp. B251 - B2531CDeath CertificateAbstract: pp. B2591CM.J.'s CommentsAbstract: pp. B263 - B276g1CWitnessesAbstract: pp. B277 - B2591C1976 Autopsy Report; Histology Findings; Summary, 1976Abstract: pp. B296 - B2991CExhumationAbstract: pp. B300 - B3101CToxicology ReportsAbstract: pp. B311 - B314Carl Rohrbeck, 1961-1976BoxBookContents1DMiscellaneousAbstract: pp. B315 - B3181DHospital Chart, 12/12/65 - 12/13/65Abstract: pp. B319 - B3321DHospital Chart, 11/3/64 - 12/5/64Abstract: pp. B332a - B332aav1DHospital Chart, 3/15/61 - 3/18/61Abstract: pp. B332aaw - B332aaal1DAutopsy Report; Toxicology Report, 1966Abstract: pp. B333 - B3341DM.J.'s CommentsAbstract: pp. B335 - B3501DWitnessesAbstract: pp. B351 - B4021DAutopsy Report; Histology findings; summary, 1976Abstract: pp. B403 - B4131DDeath CertificateAbstract: pp. B4091DExhumationsAbstract: pp. B414 - B4311DToxicology ReportsAbstract: pp. B429 - B431Nancy Savino, 1965-1966; 1976BoxBookContents1EMiscellaneousAbstract: pp.B432 - B4491EHospital Chart, 3/19/66 - 3/21/66Abstract: pp.B450 - B4881EHospital Chart, 12/9/65 - 12/11/65Abstract: pp.B488a - B488l1EAutopsy Report, 1966Abstract: pp.B489 - B4921EM.J.'s CommentsAbstract: pp.B493 - B500f1EWitnessesAbstract: pp.B501 - B5511EAutopsy Report; Histology Findings; summary, 1976Abstract: pp.B552 - B5581EDeath CertificateAbstract: pp.B5591EExhumationsAbstract: pp.B560 - B5691EToxicology ReportsAbstract: pp.B570 - B593Grand Jury Minutes of Dr. M. Baden
    pgs. B594 - B688.

    BoxBookContents2FSavinoAbstract: pp. B621 - B6292FBiggsAbstract: pp. B642 - B652; B660 - B6632FArtzAbstract: pp. B652 - B6592FHendersonAbstract: pp. B669 - B6782FRohrbeckAbstract: pp. B679 - B6872F1Summary of Paul Grisel by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6892F1Summary of Ira Holster by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6902F1Summary of Mabel Williams by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6912F1Summary of Sol Wieder by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6922F1Summary of Mary Muentener by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6932F1Summary of Edith Post by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6942F1Summary of Dora Seaman by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6952F1Summary of Lousa Romansky by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6962F1Summary of William Seemann by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6972F1Summary of Mary Allen by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6982F1Summary of Eileen Shaw by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B6992F1Summary of Pasquale Benvenuto by Dr. M.J.Abstract: pp. B700A Series, 1975 - 1979BoxBookContents2GBaden's affidavit in support of Moses's motion to exhume several bodies, 12/30/75Abstract: pp. A1a - A1c2GSiegel's affidavit to be present at all autopsies on bodies alleged to have died of curare poisoning, 3/25/76Abstract: pp. A2 - A62GBrief by prosecutor against defense being present at exhumation and autopsyAbstract: pp. A7 - A162GEarly draft of motion for discovery of pathologic and toxicologic findings by defenseAbstract: pp. A17 - A232GSize of skullAbstract: pp. A242GSome unanswered questions in autopsy protocol of ArtzAbstract: pp. A25 - A282GSome unanswered questions in autopsy protocol of RohrbackAbstract: pp. A29 - A302GSome unanswered queastions in autopsy protocol of HendersonAbstract: pp. A31 - A332GSome unanswered questions in autopsy protocol of SavinoAbstract: pp. A34 - A362GSome notes from clinical charts of Artz, Biggs, Henderson, Rohrback, SavinoAbstract: pp. A37 - A532GLetter Baden to Moses - Suggesting N.Y.C. M.E. office be used for exhumation, 12/30/75Abstract: pp. A542GBaden's request for exhumed bodies in Academy newsletterAbstract: pp. A552GMeeting in Brown's office - Notes, 5/21/77Abstract: pp. A562GMeeting with Holmestedt and Brown, 8/13/76Abstract: pp. A57 - A592GLetter - Holmestedt to Farber, 3/25/76Abstract: pp. A602GIndictment of Dr. M.J. on 5 counts of murderAbstract: pp. A61- A632GNotes on attempts to recruit toxicologistAbstract: pp. A64 - A65h2GLetter - Moses to Trautwein - dealing with brief filed by Woodcock opposing granting of relief to Notice of Motion filed by Defense, 4/30/76Abstract: pp. A662GBaden to Woodcock - Letter assuring him tissue will be properly preserved, 3/19/77Abstract: pp. A672GSame theme as A54 by Dalcortivo, 3/22/79Abstract: pp. A68S Series, 1964-1979
    The unbracketed number in pencil on each item is Siegel's code number. The bracketed number is the code number supplied by the State prosecutors.

    BoxBookContents2GLetter - Siegel to Brown - Conclusions on review of hospital charts of Sol Wieder, 9/24/76Abstract: pp. 12GNotes used in drawing up Motion for DiscoveryAbstract: pp. 2 - 112GBrown to Woodcock - Telling State that Defense intends to apply to Court for Motion for Scientific Discovery and includes the Motion (Comment-This was discarded later for more detailed motion)Abstract: pp. 12 - 222GAnswer of Moses to Brown for more scientific discovery - 1st response for more scientific discovery,10/22/76Abstract: pp. 23 - 292GLetter - Brown to Siegel - Enclose 2 copies of Moses's answer for more scientific discovery (pp23-29) and 1 copy of her opposition to exhumation (P45-71), 10/22/76Abstract: pp. 30 - 312GLetter - Siegel to Brown - Siegel's comments on States answer to motion for discovery, 11/8/76Abstract: pp. 32 - 372GMotion for exhumation by Siegel, 8/26/76Abstract: pp. 38 - 442GState's brief in opposition of Defense to exhume, 10/22/76Abstract: pp. 45 - 712GLetter - Siegel to Brown - Some background information for Brown in arguing for exhumations, 11/3/76Abstract: pp. 72 - 752GLetter - Siegel to Brown - Specific medical and scientific comments on State's arguments against re-exhumation, 11/16/76Abstract: pp. 76 - 87Batch of Discovery received from State, 11/15/76 - pp. 88 - 154.BoxBookContents2GLetter - State - defense submitting more scientific discoveryAbstract: pp. 88 (1451)2GList of further scientific discoveryAbstract: pp. 89 (1452)2GDalCortivo's metnod for TLC & Elution - typedAbstract: pp. 90 (1452)2GDalCortivo's extraction method (typed)Abstract: pp. 91 (1453)2GPhotocopy of DalCortivo's box of tubcurarineAbstract: pp. 92 (1454)2Gqun. method for curare used by prosecution J. Lab & Cln. Med. 62:979, 1963Abstract: pp. 93 - 98 (1455-1 - 1455-6)2GList of participants in New JerseyAbstract: pp. 99 (1456)2GOutline of New Jersey Investigation, scientificAbstract: pp. 100 (1457)2GAs p. 93 - p. 98 reprint improperly submitted by CoumbisAbstract: pp. 101-106 (1458-1 - 1458-6)2GCoumbis's worksheets - handwritten and poorly decipherable; also fluormetric methodAbstract: pp. 107-141 (1459-1 - 1459-35)2GPhotocopy Siegel 26 - Photocopy Siegel 29 (PS26 - PS29)Abstract: pp. 141a - 141b2GRIA studies - Savino - Water in casketAbstract: pp. 1422GFrom Matteo - Used modified Horowitz-Spector method-TypedAbstract: pp. 143 (1460)2GHorowitz & Spector's paper J. Pharm & Exp. Therapeutics 185: 94, 1973Abstract: pp. 144-150 (1461-1 - 1461-7); [from Matteo]2GToxicology report on Biggs - handwritten - signed by Hoffman & BadenAbstract: pp. 151-152 (1462-1 - 1462-2)2GHoffmann-Scheme for analysis for tubocararine - handwrittenAbstract: pp. 153-154 (1463-1 - 1463-2)2GLetter - Moses to Judge Trautwein - State's arguments for exhumation to be heard after all discovery is in, 11/8/76Abstract: pp. 1552GLetter - Judge Trautwein to Moses and Brown - case assigned to Judge ArnoldAbstract: pp. 1562GSiegel to Brown - Comment on State's second partial answer to motion for discovery dated 11/15/76, [12/2/76]Abstract: pp. 157 - 1622GBaden's statements on toxicology (included in autopsy protocols dated up to:5/18/76)Abstract: pp. 164 - 1652GSummaries of toxicological work by DalCortivo, Coumbis, Hoffman, MatteoAbstract: pp. 166 - 1712GLetter - Brown to Baden - Making appointment for 12/28/76 to review all slides, tissues, photographs and parrafin blocks, 12/28/76Abstract: pp. 1722GLetter - Mazzia to Siegel - Enclosing copy of his preliminary reportAbstract: pp. 1732GReport - Mazzia to Brown - Preliminary report of Mazzia, 12/22/76Abstract: pp. 174 - 1902HLetter - Holmestedt to Siegel, 8/20/76Abstract: pp. 190A2HLetter - Siegel to Homstedt, 9/27/76Abstract: pp. 190B - 190C2HLetter - Holmstedt to Farber, 3/24/76Abstract: pp. 190D2HLetter - Holmstedt to Siegel, 10/5/76Abstract: pp. 190E2HLetter - Siegel to Holmstedt, 11/22/76Abstract: pp. 190F2HLetter - Holmstedt to Siegel - Stating he is not convinced of validity of State's results, 12/2/76Abstract: pp. 190G2HItinerary of Holmstedt's trip, 12/76 - 1/77Abstract: pp. 190H2HLetter - Siegel to Mazzia - On sending him discovery and meeting in Chicago, December, 1976; 12/6/76Abstract: pp. 190I2HLetter - Mazzia to Siegel - Just received discovery but need more, 12/6/76Abstract: pp. 190JMazzias Reprints, 1974; 1978 - pp. 191 - 218BoxBookContents2HLegal Medicine Annual, 1974Abstract: pp. 173 - 1872HLegal Medicine Annual, 1978Abstract: pp. 193 - 2032HNotes made by Holmstedt in Chicago on new motion for discovery of toxicological data, 12/14/76Abstract: pp. 219 - 2302HInterview with Steve Andrabpus on paper chromatography, 3/22/76Abstract: pp. 2312HInterview of Umbergery by Schiro. Dealth with 1966 tissues and materials found in M.J.'s locker,4/6/76Abstract: pp. 232 - 2382HWorksheets from Wiener's lab on material from M.J.'s locker in 1966Abstract: pp. 239 - 2432HWorksheets from Umberger's lab in 1966. Paper Chromatography on tissues. 1966Abstract: pp. 244 - 248A2HUmberger's report on material found in M.J.'s lockerAbstract: pp. 248B - 248D2HB. Holmstedt's mass spectra of tubocurarine on direct probe Finnegan instrumetn - Chicago 1976Abstract: pp. 249 - 2562HToxicology portion of new "Motioni for More Scientific Discovery" developed with B. Holmstedt, 1/6 - 1/8/77Abstract: pp. 257 - 2632HTable - Detection of substances other than curare - like substance in the 5 cases - Artz - Savino, as of February, 1977Abstract: pp. 2642HTable - Fate of tissues removed for toxicologic studies as per discovery up to April 1977Abstract: pp. 265 - 272 (for more complete table, see p328 - 335)2HOriginal article in Medical Economics on Dr. XAbstract: pp. 273 - 2812HNotes made in New York City M.E. office on histologic slides of Artz, Biggs, Henderson, Rohrbeck and Savino from 1976 autopsies, 12/28/76Abstract: pp. 282 - 2942HNotes made in New York City M.E. office on tissues in "histology stock bottles" - These are wet fromalized tissues - dictated to Mr. Schiro, 1/20/77; 2/1/77Abstract: pp. 295 - 3032HNotes made in New York City M.E. office on color transparancies from 1976 autopsies made by Baden, 1/20/77 and 2/1/77Abstract: pp. 304 - 3272HFate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - ArtzAbstract: pp. 328 - 3302HFate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - BiggsAbstract: pp. 331 - 3332HFate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - HendersonAbstract: pp. 3342HFate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - RohrbeckAbstract: pp. 3352HFate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - SavinoAbstract: pp. 336 - 3392HBrown's letter to Moses - wherein he outlines that scientific discovery which has been made available and that which has not, 1/25/77Abstract: pp. 340 - 3732HMoses's answer to Brown, 1/27/77Abstract: pp. 3742HBrown's letter to Judge Trautwein objecting to answer to MosesAbstract: pp. 375 - 3762HMazzia's letter to Brown - making certain comments and asking for more information, 1/28/77Abstract: pp. 377 - 3842ISome additional answers provided by State (answering request pp. 340 - 373), 2/11/77Abstract: pp. 385 - 4282IWorksheets - Siegel's rebuttal to State's answers given, 2/11/77Abstract: pp. 429 - 4442IRules regarding discovery under which defense must operateAbstract: pp. 4452ILetter - Judge Arnold to Brown insisting motion be heard 4/1/77, (2/16/77)Abstract: pp. 4462ILetter - Moses to Judge Arnold asking that Motion be heard 4/1/77, (2/12/77)Abstract: pp. 4472IJudge Trautwein's decision denying defense motion to re-exhume 5 decedents, 2/16/77Abstract: pp. 448 - 4492IJudge Trautwein's decision - will hear further arguments for more scientific discovery on 4/1/79, (2/16/77)Abstract: pp. 450 - 4512ILetter - Siegel to Holmstedt - deals with general matters, 1/22/77Abstract: pp. 451A2ILetter - Holmstedt to Siegel - deals with general matters, 1/20/77Abstract: pp. 451B2IEditorial from Analytical Chemistry "Misuse of Analysis"Abstract: pp. 451C2INote to Holmstedt from? - stating reporters ot Times are seeking to speak to him on CurareAbstract: pp. 451DA2ILetter - Holmstedt to Farber, 3/26/76Abstract: pp. 451DA-12IFollow up note on 451DAAbstract: pp. 451DB2IStarr's article "Ethical obligations of the forensic scientist in the criminal justice system" Journal of AOAC 54: 906, (1971)Abstract: pp. 452 - 4602ISiegel to Holmstedt - Explaining certain matters to this date and including certain enclosures, 3/2/77Abstract: pp. 460A - 460BMore Discovery Submitted by the State - pp. 461-479BoxBookContents2IMethodology for extraction and isolation of tubocararine from human tissue - submitted by Coubis - typedAbstract: pp. 4612IProcedure for preparation of controls submitted by Coumbis - typedAbstract: pp. 4622ISpectrofluorimetric method of Cohn, J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 62:979 - Submitted by Coumbis, 1963Abstract: pp. 463 - 4682IMass spectra submitted by Coumbis; presumably came from Beggs of Hewlett PackardAbstract: pp. 469 - 4792ILettter - Brown to Moses - states that no more tissue will be used by State until defense indicates what it needs, 3/21/77Abstract: pp. 4802IBrown - Brief in support of motion for scientific discovery - includes appendicesAbstract: pp. 481 - 5572IState - Brief in opposition to certain portions of defendant's motioin for additional scientific discovery and in support of State's motion for reciprocal discoveryAbstract: pp. 558 - 5942IRippert's affidavit that he did not show 64 page 1966 summary to FarberAbstract: pp. 592 - 5942IWoodcock's affidavit that neither he nor his staff showed the 1966 report to FarberAbstract: pp. 595 - 5962IFurst to Siegel - Supplement to defense's brief on statute of limitations, 3/29/77Abstract: pp. 597 - 6002ILetter - Brown to Moses - Siegel prepared to examine slides and frozen tissueAbstract: pp. 6012IHomstedt's Curriculum Vitae, 4/6/77Abstract: pp. 601A - 601AO2IList of more discovery received from State, 4/6/77Abstract: pp. 602The Discovery:, 1963-1979 - pp. 603 - 621BoxBookContents3JReceipt of reports given by Hoffman to SchiroAbstract: pp. 603 (1465)3JHoffman's toxicology report - on diaphram of RohrbeckAbstract: pp. 604 (1466)3JHoffman's toxicology report - On quadriceps muscle of HendersonAbstract: pp. 605 (1467)3JHOffman's extraction procedure, reagents and techniques. Handwritten by HoffmanAbstract: pp. 606 - 608 (1468)3JLetter - Coumbis to Moses - Submitteing RIA data on Savino, 4/1/77Abstract: pp. 609 (1469)3JCoumbis's methodology, results standard RIA curveAbstract: pp. 610-619 (1470-1 - 1472)3JCoumbis's RIA results in Savino case using Coumbis procedureAbstract: pp. 620 (1473)3JCoumbis's RIA Results in Savino case using Spector's procedureAbstract: pp. 621 (1474)3JTranscript of motion heard before Judge Arnold dealing with discovery, 4/6/77Abstract: pp. 622 - 7213JCourt testimony of Helpern in previous alleged succinylcholine case (N.J. v. Coppolino)Abstract: pp. 722 - 807J3JOrder drawn up by Brown pursuant to Judge Arnold's rulings of 4/6/77, (4/20/77)Abstract: pp. 808 - 8123JLetter - Brown to Moses - arranging to examine tissues held by toxicologists - cancelled by Moses, 4/28/77Abstract: pp. 8133JLetters and order drawn up by Moses pursuant to Judge Arnold's rulings of 4/6/77, (4/28/77)Abstract: pp. 814 - 8213JLetter - Brown to Moses - Arranging for examination of tissues and slides in N.Y.C. during week of 5/6/775/9/77Abstract: pp. 822 - 8233JBrown to Moses - Firming up appointment for 5/20/77 cancelled by Siegel - emergency, 5/11/77Abstract: pp. 824 - 825More discovery received by the State, 5/9/77 - pp. 826 - 956BoxBookContents3JReceipt signed by FurstAbstract: pp. 8263JList of discoveryAbstract: pp. 8273JCover letter of Moses for Skinner's report on mass spectrometry done at Finnegan Corp.Abstract: pp. 8283JSkinner's ReportAbstract: pp. 829 (1475)3JCover letter by Moses of 7 lab reports by DalCortivo and 1 receiptAbstract: pp.830 (1476)3JSeven lab reports by DalCortivo on Savino, Artz and BiggsAbstract: pp. 831 - 837 (1476-1 - 1476-7)3JReceipt by DalCortivo of tissues and embalming fluidAbstract: pp. 838 (1477)3JCover letter by Moses of various receiptsAbstract: pp. 8393JVarious receipts for tissues, extracts and paraffinAbstract: pp. 840 - 853 (1478-1 - 1478-14)3JCover letter by Moses forwarding Matteo's handwritten notes and reportAbstract: pp. 8543JMatteo's report and some of his notesAbstract: pp. 855 - 857 (1479-1 - 1479-3)3JCover letter by Moses of mass spectra from Finnegan and worksheets of VaranelliAbstract: pp. 8583JMass spectra printouts from FinneganAbstract: pp. 859 - 879 (1480-1 - 1480-21)3JCover letter by Moses forwarding Varanelli's worksheets pertaining to mass spectra from FinneganAbstract: pp. 8803JVaranelli's worksheets pertaining to Finnegan's mass spectra. Also worksheets pertaining to material sent to Matteo for RIAAbstract: pp. 881 - 898 (1481-1 - 1481-18)3JAnother cover letter by Moses forwarding more of Varanelli's worksheets pertaining to mass spectra and RIAAbstract: pp. 8993JMore of Varanelli's Worksheets, mass spectra and RIA data from matteoAbstract: pp. 900 - 956 (1482-1 - 1482-57)3JBrown to Moses, concerning date for visit to Dr. Baden's lab, 5/19/77Abstract: pp. 3JLetters - Brown to Moses - date fixed for 6/15/77 to examine frozen tissues and recuts of paraffin blocks, 5/20/77, 5/24/77Abstract: pp. 958 - 9593JTranscript of Motioin dealing with discovery, 5/25/77Abstract: pp. 960 - 9923JFinal order by Judge Arnold dealing with discoveryAbstract: pp. 993 - 9993JBath's analysis of mass spectra submitted by Hewlett-Packard and Finnegan - includes requests that were honored and those that were not, 6/1/77Abstract: pp. 1000 - 10023JLetter - Brown to Fitzpatrick (Riverdell Hospital attorney) - arranging to hav Mazzia examine hospital records on or about 7/13/77, 6/15/77Abstract: pp. 1003 - 1004Notes made by Siegel and Furst during visit to N.Y.C. M.E. Office to examine tissues and 1966 recut slides,, 6/15/77 - pp. 1005 - 1018BoxBookContents3JFurst's miscellaneous notesAbstract: pp. 10053JSiegel's dictated notes recorded by Furst givin g list and weights of all tissues of 5 cases in deep freeze.Abstract: pp. 1006 - 10153JSiegel's notes on 1966 slide of Savino and BiggsAbstract: pp. 1016 - 10183JTabulated summary of total amounts of liver, kidney, muscle and diaphram of all 5 cases now in deep freezers in custody of 3 toxicologistsAbstract: pp. 10193JLetter - Holmstedt to Siegel - He reviewed discovery - Gives list of things to doAbstract: pp. 1019a - 1019b3KLetter - Brown to Moses - Arranging for visit to Coumbis and DalCortivo, 6/17/77Abstract: pp. 10203KLetter - Brown to Moses - Arranging for all slides to be brought to Siegel in Westchester for photomicrographs, 6/20/77Abstract: pp. 10213KLetter - Brown to Moses - Pointing out that the date for all discovery to be releaed as set by the Judge was 6/20/77 - and much was still missing, (6/8/77)Abstract: pp. 10223KLetter - Brown to Moses - Confirming her desire to get copies of transparencies of tissues made in N.Y. M.E. office6/30/77Abstract: pp. 10233KLetter - Brown to Moses - Pertaining to non-receipt of discovery from State and order that tissues in deep freeze will not be used up, 6/30/77Abstract: pp. 10243KLetter - Siegel to WHO - request curare standard, 6/30/77Abstract: pp. 10253KMoses to Brown - Arranging date to examine tissues etc. in Newark Lab, 6/30/77Abstract: pp. 1026 - 10273KLetter - Moses to Brown - Indicates she is moving her -------------- to comply with court orders, 6/30/77Abstract: pp. 10283KLetter - Moses to toxicologists and Baden - Asking them for first time to comply with court orders, 6/30/77Abstract: pp. 10293KLetter - Moses to toxicologists and Baden - Telling them in writing for the first time that they are not to consume any tissue now in deep freeze, 7/5/77Abstract: pp. 10303KLetter - Moses to Brown - Pertains to matters (see pp. 1028 - 1030), 7/5/77Abstract: pp. 10313KLetter - Holmstedt to Furst, 6/28/77Abstract: pp. 1032 - 10333KDealing with motion to be heard requiring Riverdell Hospital records, 7/5/77Abstract: pp. 1034 - 10373KLetter & enclosure - M.J. to Furst - Some data for Stevel Delaney, 6/30/77Abstract: pp. 1038 - 10403KLetter - M.J. to Brown - Pointing out some avenues of investigation, 12/6/76Abstract: pp. 10413KM.J. to Delaney - Pointing out some avenues of investigation, 4/20/76Abstract: pp. 1042 - 10433KLetter - Brown to Moses - Confirming arrangements for Siegel to go to Coumbis's lab to obtain pertinent data and to clarify illegible and undecipherable documents that had been forwarded, 7/8/77Abstract: pp. 10443KCoumbis's deep freezeAbstract: pp. 1045 - 10463KSiegel to Holmstedt - also latest discovery sent to him and Fales - also method of analysis of various State's expertsAbstract: pp. 1047 - 10513KLetter - Siegel to Fales, Listing our coding system and material sent to him, 7/16/77Abstract: pp. 1052 - 10533KLetter - Moses to Brown - Confirming meeting of Siegel with DalCortivo on 7/20/77, (7/15/77)Abstract: pp. 10543KLetter - Brown to Moses - Making clear what Siegel will see and discuss with DalCortivo, 7/19/77Abstract: pp. 10553KLetter - Budow to Moses - Confirming arrangements for bringing histology slides to Westchester for photomicrographs, 7/21/77Abstract: pp. 10563KLetter - Siegel to Brown - results of Visit to Spector, 7/25/77Abstract: pp. 1057 - 10583KLetter - Siegel to Brown - Results of visit with DalCortivo, 7/25/77Abstract: pp. 1059 - 10603KLetter - Siegel to DalCortivo - asking him to check Varanelli's notes, 8/8/77Abstract: pp. 10613KLetter - Siegel to Holmstedt - Reviewing many points to date - also includes photographs of Coumbis's graphsAbstract: pp. 1062 - 10643KLetter - Siegel to Brown - Comments on histologic slides examined and photomicrographs prepared in Westchester, 8/8/77 [8/4/77]Abstract: pp. 1065 - 10663KTow of Coumbis's graphs with rulerAbstract: pp. 1067 - 10683KDeMaer to Siegel - Letter - Telling us where we can get reference to Tubocararine in teh U.S., 7/18/77Abstract: pp. 10693KBlankAbstract: pp. 1070 - 10713KLetter - Holmstedt to Siegel - A short note on what he has done - and enclosing some material (pp. 1073 - 1092), 8/12/77Abstract: pp. 1072Material Received from Holmstedt, 8/12/77 - pp. 1073 - 1092BoxBookContents3KLetter to Holmstedt from Moffat in England on their experience with one case and literature referencesAbstract: pp. 10733KStevens and fox, For. Sci. 11:177, 1977. Soc.Abstract: pp. 1074 - 10793KMarsh, J. Pharm & Exp. Therap 105:299, 1952Abstract: pp. 10803KCohen, Paulson, Elert Anesthesiology 18:300,(1957)Abstract: pp. 10813KMahflous, Brit. J. Pharmacol 4:295, 1949Abstract: pp. 10823KCohen, J. Pharm & Exp. Therap. 141:356, (1963)Abstract: pp. 10833KElert & Cohen, Am. J. Med. Tech. 28:125, (1962)Abstract: pp. 10843K Stevens and Moffat, J. For. Sci. Soc. 14:141, (1974)Abstract: pp. 1084 - 10923KLetter - Siegel to Fales, sending him pp. 1073 - 1092, 8/18/77Abstract: pp. 10933KLetter and list - Siegel to Holmstedt - Fate of tissues removed for toxicologic analyses and where they were available. See pp. 1005 - 1015, 8/1/77Abstract: pp. 1094 - 1099DSo-called Final Discovery from State, 1977-1979 - pp. 1100 - 1180BoxBookContents3Llist from StateAbstract: pp. 1100 - 1101 (78-79)3LLetter of transmittal - Moses to Brown, 8/18/77Abstract: pp. 1102 (1485)3LLetter DalCortivo to Siegel - Data on material used for mass spectra, 8/16/77Abstract: pp. 1103 (1486)3LReport on Savino liver by DalCortivo - using HPLC, Abstract: pp. 1104 (1487)3LReport on Rohrbeck kidney by DalCortivo using HPLCAbstract: pp. 1105 (1488)3LReport on Artz liver by DalCortivo using HPLCAbstract: pp. 1106 (1489)3LReport on Artz by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluateAbstract: 3LReport on liver of Biggs by DalCortivo using HPLC and RIA on HPLC eluate by CoumbisAbstract: pp. 1108 (1490)3LReceipt of 10 screw cap tubes by CoumbisAbstract: pp. 1108 (1491)3LWorksheets of DalCortivo - handwrittenAbstract: pp. 1109 - 1114 (1492)3LWorksheets of DalCortivo - handwritten on liver of SavinoAbstract: pp. 1115 - 1115 (1493)3LHPLC's of DalCortivoAbstract: pp. 1117 - 1124 (1494)3LHandwritten worksheets of HoffmanAbstract: pp. 1125 - 1141 (1495)3LReport on Savino by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluate, 8/5/77Abstract: pp. 1142 (1496)3LReport on Rohrbeck by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluate, , 8/15/77Abstract: pp. 1143 (1497)3Lreport on Henderson by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluate, 8/5/77Abstract: pp. 1144 (1498)3LReport on Biggs by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluate,8/15/77Abstract: pp. 1145 - 1147 (1499)3LReport on Artz by Coumbis using RIA and HPLC eluate,8/15/77Abstract: pp. 1148 - 1150 (1500)3LPrintout & Key by Coumbis, 3/7/77Abstract: pp. 1151 - 1152 (1501)3LPrintout & key by Coumbis, 3/9/77Abstract: pp. 1153- 1154 (1502)3LPrintout & key by Coumbis, 7/29/77Abstract: pp. 1155 - 1156 (1503)3LPrintout & Key by Coumbis, 8/11/77Abstract: pp. 1157 - 1158 (1504)3LMass spectra of Coumbis Abstract: pp. 1159 - 1173 (1505)3LMass spectrometry and worksheets of Biggs (Hewlett - Packard)Abstract: pp. 1174 - 1176 (1506)3LRIA results from Matteo via telephone call to Schiro via Baden, 8/19/77Abstract: pp. 1177 - 1178 (1507)3LPrintout & key of Coumbis, 8/3/77Abstract: pp. 1179 - 1180 (1508)3LLetter - Moses to Brown - Confirming Budow's letter of 7/21/77 that histology slides will be sent to Westchester, (7/26/77)Abstract: pp. 11813LLetter - Siegel to Moses - asking that TLC plates of Hoffman also be brought to Westchester, 7/27/77Abstract: pp. 11823LLetter - Brown to Moses - Confirming 8/4 as date for slides to come to Westchester, 7/28/77Abstract: pp. 11833LLetter - Brown to Moses - Dr. Siegel's photographs will come to N.Y.C. after Labor Day, 8/2/77Abstract: pp. 11843LSiegel recieved 2 cassettes of conversations at DalCortivo's lab & Coumbis's lab,8/4/77Abstract: pp. 11853LLetter - Moses to Judge Arnold - Stating all items of discovery due 6/30/77 will be delivered by July 31, '77 and protests she has always been very honest, 7/25/77Abstract: pp. 11863LAffidavit by Moses that she has been straight forward and everything will be ready Aug. 15, 1977, 7/25/77Abstract: pp. 1187 - 11933LLetter - Moses to Brown - Insisting that she produce all the discovery, 8/15/77Abstract: pp. 11943LMemo - Furst to Brown - on trial date,8/15/77Abstract: pp. 1195 - 11963LPrelim letter of Brown to Arnold written by Furst on antics of MosesAbstract: pp. 1197 - 11993LCorrespondence involving Lifflander, Helpern, Umberger and Calissi from 1966; also notes by Moses from 1976Abstract: pp. 1200 - 12203LCredentials of Luther MarkleyAbstract: pp. 12213LCredentials of Lawrence DensonAbstract: pp. 12223LCredentials of Donald BrownAbstract: pp. 12233MNotes taken with DalCortivo, 7/20/77Abstract: pp. 1224 - 12343MWeights of tissues for toxicologist analysis in DalCortivo's possession, 7/20/77Abstract: pp. 1235 - 12363MNotes prepared for and taken in Westchester when Shiro brought slides for photomicrographs, 8/4/77Abstract: pp. 1237 - 12483MTelephone conversation with Holmstedt, 8/9/77Abstract: pp. 12493MSiegel to Holmstedt - Sending him last group of discovery and other information, 8/22/77Abstract: pp. 1250 - 12513MMoses to Brown - The State is amenable for photographer to take pictures of Hoffman's TLC plates etc., 8/16/77Abstract: pp. 12523MLetter - Brown to Moses - Requesting more information on slides sent to Dr. Siegel on 8/4/77,8/22/77Abstract: pp. 12533M8/22/77 - Letter - Brown to Judge Arnold - Requesting that Moses be made to comply with his order of discoveryAbstract: pp. 12543M8/23/77 - Letter - Brown to Moses - Answering her letter of 8/16/77 on taking photomicrographs etc.Abstract: pp. 12553M8/25/77 - Letter - Brown to Homstedt - Telling him of trial date and urgin completion of testingAbstract: pp. 12563M8/25/77 - Letter - Siegel to Fales - Sending him final discoveryAbstract: pp. 12573M - Telephone conversation with Holmstedt recommending Faltz at Batelle for analysisAbstract: pp. 1258 - 1258b3M - Data on Batelle InstituteAbstract: pp. 1258c3M8/26/77 - Brown to Judge Arnold - on antics of Moses see 1197 - 1198 on preliminary letterAbstract: pp. 1259 - 12613M8/30/77 - Brown to Judge Arnold - Some more on the antics of MosesAbstract: pp. 1262 - 12633M8/31/77 - Moses to Brown - She states she has records of prior admissions of Savino, Biggs & Rohrbeck and asks Brown if he wants copiesAbstract: pp. 12643M9/2/77 - Moses to Judge Arnold - Her answer - pp. 1262 - 1263Abstract: pp. 12653M9/2/77 - Siegel to Holmstedt - On the scrambled manner in which we received the Mass Spectra from Coumbis and BeggsAbstract: pp. 1266 - 12683M9/9/77 - Brown to Moses - Making arrangements for photos in N.Y.C. officeAbstract: pp. 12693M9/12/77 - Siegel to Brown - Some comments on the final discovery received 8/19/77 (1100 - 1180)Abstract: pp. 1270 - 12783M9/13/77 - Moses to Brown - DalCortivo is going to test the contents of bottle's found in M.J.'s locker. See answer by Brown (1312) - (1313)Abstract: pp. 12793M9/15/77 - Moses to Brown - A letter just received from Coumbis giving lists of tissues et. al. not seen by Dr. SiegelAbstract: pp. 12803M9/13/77 - Coumbis to Moses - giving list of specimens not seen by SiegelAbstract: pp. 1281 - 12823M8/24/77 - Mazzia's report of his visit to Riverdell HospitalAbstract: pp. 1283 - 13083M9/14/77 - Letter - Holmstedt to Fales - Asking his opinion on 2 Mass Spectra which are included (1310 - 1311)Abstract: pp. 1309 - 13113M9/19/77 - Brown to Moses - Answer to her letter of 9/13/77Abstract: pp. 1312 - 13133M - Tabulated summary of toxicological results of State's experts as of 9/20/77Abstract: pp. 1314 - 1319F3M - All toxicologic results tabulated on one pageAbstract: pp. 1319G3M9/2/77 - Brady to Siegel - In response to request for embalmed tissuesAbstract: pp. 13203M9/21/77 - Moses to Judge Trautwein - Answering Brown's letter of 9/19/77 (1312) - (1313)Abstract: pp. 13213M - Notice of Motion by Defense to force State to give all the needed discovery as per court orderAbstract: pp. 1322 - 13403M9/28/77 - Telephone conversation with Holmstedt - on what tissues to get for toxicologic analysis, etc.Abstract: pp. 1341 - 13443M - Information given to Furst to give to Moses as to what tissues we want for toxicologic analysisAbstract: pp. 13453M9/29/77 - Siegel to JendenAbstract: pp. 13463M9/30/77 - Siegel to FalesAbstract: pp. 1347A - 1347B3M - Notes from H. Furst as to testing to be done in CaliforniaAbstract: pp. 1347C - 13493M - Tissues and amounts available in 3 prosecution labs (pp. 1378 - 1379I) and (pp. 1094 - 1099D)Abstract: pp. 1350 - 13513M - Table of TransparenciesAbstract: pp. 1352, 1352A - 1352Z3M - Table of TransparenciesAbstract: pp. 1352AA - 1352 AZ3N10/3/77 - On arrangements for testing in Cal. (Brown to Moses)Abstract: pp. 1353 - 13543N10/4/77 - Furst to Mazzia - telling him Judge Arnold reversed himself and has terminated Mazzia's exams of records after Feb. '67Abstract: pp. 13553N - This number omitted by mistakeAbstract: pp. 13563N9/27/77 - Holmstedt to Jenden - Giving him backgroundAbstract: pp. 1357 - 13593N10/7/77 - Jenden to Holmstedt - Pulling outAbstract: pp. 1360 - 13613N10/4/77 - Brown to Fales - Thanking him for his helpAbstract: pp. 13623N10/4/77 - List of discovery pertaining to prior admissions of Rohrbeck, Biggs & SavinoAbstract: pp. 1363 - 13673N10/4/77 - Moses to Brown - DalCortivo will test vials on 10/12 and 10/13Abstract: pp. 13683N10/3/77 - Will use TLC, HPLC or ultraviolet spectrometryAbstract: pp. 13693N10/4/77 - Moses to Brown - On how hard she is working to comply with the Judge's ordersAbstract: pp. 1370 3N10/5/77 - List of vials to be analyzedAbstract: pp. 3N10/12/77 - Notes made in DalCortivo's lab on vialsAbstract: pp. 1373 - 13753N10/10/77 - Brown to Moses - Letter incorporated all information for the testing to be done in Cal.Abstract: pp. 1376 - 13773N - Where tissues are available and amounts Defense wants. See pp. 1350 -1351 and pp. 1094 - 1099D.Abstract: pp. 1378 - 13793N6/10/77 - Judge Arnod's order of June 10, 1977Abstract: pp. 3N - Notice of motion by defense to request Judge to order State to furnish certain scientific informationAbstract: pp. 1387 - 19953N - Affidavit by Brown pertaining to pp. 1387 - 1995Abstract: pp. 1396 - 14013N - State's request to Judge not to give information requested in 1387 - 1395 and 1396 - 1401Abstract: pp. 1401A - 1401B3N - Brief in support of motion to dismiss indictment due to loss of evidenceAbstract: pp. 1402 - 14123N - Appendix to motion to dismiss indictmentAbstract: pp. 1413 - 14373N - Brief in opposition to motion to dismiss indictment due to loss of evidenceAbstract: pp. 1437A - 1437S3N11/4/66 - Letter - Calissi to Allied Testing Lab - request to test hairs, blood, syringes, etc., found in Dr. X's lockerAbstract: pp. 1437T - 1437U3N - Affidavit by Moses in support of opposition of motion to dismiss indictment due to loss of evidenceAbstract: pp. 1437AA - 1437AG3N10/17/77 - Brown to Sunshine - Thanking him for coming to N.Y. to review dataAbstract: pp. 14383N - Draft - Extraction procedure recommended by LDCAbstract: pp. 14393N - TLC chromotography and procedure recommendedAbstract: pp. 14403N - Newspaper article on loss of evidence by StateAbstract: pp. 14413N10/21/77 - Brown to Moses - Arranging for Siegel to contact DalCortivo directly for tests to be done in SuffolkAbstract: pp. 14423N10/27/77 - Siegel to Holmstedt - On latest arrangements for toxicological testing by defense - sent SAS air cargoAbstract: pp. 1443 - 14443N10/28/77 - Siegel to Brown - detailing all the new arrangements for toxicological testing by defenseAbstract: pp. 14453N10/28/77 - Letter - Siegel to Brown - on toxicologic tests on tissues of 6 decedents by Defense - place, time, etc.Abstract: pp. 1446 - 14473N11/2/77 - Siegel to Coumbis - Detailing all the new arrangementsAbstract: pp. 1448 - 14493N - First draft of methodology (according to Coumbis)Abstract: pp. 1450 - 14593N - Pertaining to intravenous solutions used during 1965 - 1966 made by Abbott LaboratoriesAbstract: pp. 1460 - 14683N - F. 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ReviewAbstract: pp. 1688KI - 1688MY4Q - "Detection of Dependence-Producing Drugs in Body Fluids" Report of a WHO meeting Technical Report Series 556Abstract: pp. 1688MZ - 1688OB4Q1954 - Adelson "No Anatomic Cause of Death" - Conn. State Med. J. Abstract: pp. 1688OC - 1688OI4Q - from Taylor's Principles & Practices of Med. Jurisprudence "Death from Reflex (Vocal) Inhibitiion" pp. 179-180Abstract: pp. 1688OJ - 1688OK4QFeb. 1978 - Gantner "Autopsy & the Law" Am. J. Clin. Path 69:235Abstract: pp. 1688OL4Q1953 - "The Obscure Autopsy" from Simpson "Modern Trends in Forensic Medicine"Abstract: pp. 1688OM - 1688PI4QJan. 1975 - "On the Diagnosis of Death from Acute Narcotism" Siegel, H. Pathology 7:64 (Australian Journal)Abstract: pp. 1688PJ4Q5/6/1967 - "Asphyxial Death: The Roles of Acute Anoxia, Hypercarb. Acidosis" Kristofferson et al. AnesthesiologyAbstract: pp. 1680PK - 1688PS4Q9/1978 - "Dequarternization of Curare Bases with nathrophenoxide and Ethanolomine" J. Naghauay & T.D. Soine J. Pharm. Sci. 67:1204Abstract: pp. 1688PT - 1688PX4R1966 - On Leucopia in Sepsis - Smith "Blood Disease of Infancy and Children" p. 467Abstract: pp. 1688PY4R - On Leucopia and Sepsis - Wintrobe - 6th ed. pp. 270-272 5th ed. 254-256 "Clinical Hematology"Abstract: pp. 1688PZ - 1688QB4R - On Leucopia in Sepsis - Gradwohl - 7th ed. pp. 623-624 "Clinical Lab. Methods & Diagnosis"Abstract: pp. 1688QC - 1688QD4R - On Leucopemia in Sepsis - Sturgis "Hematology" 2nd ed. pp. 745-747Abstract: pp. 1688QE - 1688QG4R(1944) - Path. of Fatal Epidemic Hepatitis - Lucke - Am. J. Path. 20:471Abstract: pp. 1688QH4R(1946) - Fulminant form of Epidemic Hepatitis. Lucke & Mallory - Am. J. Path. 22:867Abstract: pp. 1688QI4R(1957) - A.L. Stead & W.H.H. Andrews "Role of Canine Liver in the Detoxicationi of D-Tubocurarine Chloride, Gallamine Triethiodide and Laudexmum (Laudamum)" Brit. J. Anaesth. 29:151-155Abstract: pp. 1688QJ - 1688QN4R(1948) - G.M. Everett "Pharmacological Studies of d-tubocurarine and other curarine factors" J. Pharm. & Exp. Therap. 236-248Abstract: pp. 1688QO - 1688RA4S(1966) - Summary of National Halothane Study, Possible Assn. between halothane anesthesia and postoperative hepatic neurosis. JAMA 197:775-788Abstract: pp. 1688RB - 1688RCMore discovery from State - pp. 1689 - 1725BoxFolderContents4S - List of discoveryAbstract: pp. 1689 - 16904S - Matteo's results on 2 groups of specimens - same as (855)Abstract: pp. 1691-1692 (Matteo's results on 7 specimens dated 1/28 - no indication of what 6 of the specimens are)4S1/28/76 - 3 printous from Matteo. Matteo's worksheets on SavinoAbstract: pp. 1693 - 16954S - Printout by Matteo on A, C, 3, 4, 1, 2, 4, 9, 11Abstract: pp. 16964S3/25/77 - Printout by Matteo -- Dal. & BadenAbstract: pp. 16974S3/25/77 - Matteo's worksheet -- Dal. & BadenAbstract: pp. 16984S - Printout by MatteoAbstract: pp. 16994S - Printout by MatteoAbstract: pp. 17004S12/12/76 - Matteo worksheetAbstract: pp. 17014S - Printout by MatteoAbstract: pp. 17024S - Printout by MatteoAbstract: pp. 17034S - Printout by MatteoAbstract: pp. 17044S4/16/76 - Printout by Matteo - BadenAbstract: pp. 17054S3/25/70; 4/12/76 and 4/16/76 - Matteo worksheet - note states "Mislabeled" these are specimens of noted dates; also labeled Baden Abstract: pp. 17064S - Printout by MatteoAbstract: pp. 17074S4/12/76; 4/20/76; redo 4/6/76) - Printout by Matteo - Baden samplesAbstract: pp. 17084S - Printout by MatteoAbstract: pp. 17094S4/23/76 - Matteo worksheetAbstract: pp. 17104S - Front page of Matteo's workbookAbstract: pp. 17114S4/28/76 - Receipt of specimens by Baden/Hoffman from MatteoAbstract: pp. 17124S1/22/76 - Apparent code by DalCortivo on 7 specimens of DalCortivoAbstract: pp. 17134S2/23/76 - Apparently from Matteo's "Baden notebook", dated. On specimens (1), (2), (3)Abstract: pp. 17144S3/28/76 - Letter - DalCortivo to Matteo requesting analysis on vials labeled A & BAbstract: pp. 17154S4/7/76 - Results on (A) & (B) - Both negative for dt cAbstract: pp. 17164S3/29/76 - Receipt by Matteo of 11 specimens from Baden-Hoffman 1-5 7-12Abstract: pp. 17194S3/19/76 - Letter - DalCortivo to Matteo requesting analysis on vials 3 & 4Abstract: pp. 17174S4/7/76 - Results on 3 d-tc present -- 4 negativeAbstract: pp. 17184S3/24/76 - Results on 1, 2, 4, 9 & 11Abstract: pp. 17204S - Results by Matteo of specimens x, y, z, received from Dal CortivoAbstract: pp. 17214S4/6/76 - Results on 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 B & C specimens recieved from Baden-HoffmanAbstract: pp. 17224S4/12/76 - Receipt by Matteo from Baden-Hoffman of vials labeled 1 -12Abstract: pp. 17234S4/16/76 - Results on specimens 1-5, 7-12 received on 3/16 and done on 3/25/76. Also labeled done 4/16/76Abstract: pp. 17244S4/6/76 - Results on specimens 1-12, 14 (rec. 4/10) B & 4 from noted dateAbstract: pp. 17254S - Judge Arnold's ruling on motion to dismiss indictment due to loss of evidence by StateAbstract: pp. 1726-17504S12/8 - Shiro to Moses - on mixup of slides Baden sent to Siegel for photomicrographsAbstract: pp. 17514S12/12 - Fuerst to Moses - Request fro slides on Mesenteric cysts of SavinoAbstract: pp. 1752 - 1752A4S - Meeting of Soc. For. Toxic. on trip to Nassau - including reprint of paper on pancuraniumAbstract: pp. 1753-17564S11/18/77 - Rieders to DalCortivo - Receipt of tissues in Natural Medical Service Lab.Abstract: pp. 1757-1757A4S - Flow sheet Riders plans to useAbstract: pp. 17584S11/22/77 - Receipt of tissues left in National Medical Services Lab.Abstract: pp. 17594S - Table of page, specimen, file no. type of specimen, type of spectrometry - Holmstedt's TableAbstract: pp. 17604S11/2/77 - List of pages sent to RiedersAbstract: pp. 4S11/26/77 - Fuerst to Chubb & Sons, Inc. - Bill for $2500Abstract: pp. 17624S11/19/77 - List of tissues kept in dep freeze & brought to Rieders on noted dateAbstract: pp. 17634S - Rabbit experiments - also information from Mr. Flood on amount of embalming fluid used in 1 caseAbstract: pp. 1764-17654S12/8/77 - More discovery from StateAbstract: pp. 1766-17814S7/8/77 - Matteo's handwritten notes labeled BadenAbstract: pp. 17674S8/18/77; 8/19/77 - Printout of type labeled Baden - MatteoAbstract: pp. 17684S - Some more printouts from Hewlett-PackardAbstract: pp. 1769-17754S12/7/77 - Baden to Moses - Responding to questions asked by Brown on 8/22/77Abstract: pp. 17764S - State's witness listAbstract: pp. 1777 - 17814S - Excerpt of motion before Judge ArnoldAbstract: pp. 1782 - 17994S5/26/78 - Siegel to Brown - Causes of death as per this dateAbstract: pp. 1800 - 1801C4S12/13/77 - Holmstedt to Fuerst on several mattersAbstract: pp. 1802-18034S12/28/77 - Siegel to Holmstedt - List of Material being forwarded separatelyAbstract: pp. 1804-18054S12/22/77 - Fuerst to Moses - Lack of information by Moses et al.Abstract: pp. 1805A4S12/23/77 - More new state discoveryAbstract: pp. 1806-18104S - Statements by MorkelyAbstract: pp. 1811-18144S - Statement by FoldesAbstract: pp. 18154S12/23/77 - Fuerst to Holmstedt - Which includes statements by Siegel, Fales, Sunshine & SpectorAbstract: pp. 18164S12/19/77 - Affidavit by Baden on what is required to determine cause of death; and why the 1966 slides are not necessaryAbstract: pp. 1817 - 18194S1/9/78 - Fuerst to Siegel - Enclosed is Mazzia's opinions Abstract: pp. 18204S12/20/77 - Summary of opinions by Dr. MazziaAbstract: pp. 18214T1/13/78 - Siegel to Brown - on what is missing in the "Discovery of Toxicologic Data" rec'd from StateAbstract: pp. 18224T1/13/78 - Table showing the loopholes in the "Toxicologic Data Discovery" submitted by the StateAbstract: pp. 1823A - 1823P4T - Copies of pages referred to in pp. 1823A - 1823PAbstract: pp. 1824A - 1824BD4T - Lists of liver slides in cases of acute diffuse peritonitus from Letchworth VillageAbstract: pp. 18254T - Article on "Embalming Chemicals"Abstract: pp. 1826A - 1826H4T - Article on factors involved in tissue preservationAbstract: pp. 1827A - 1827Z4T(7/77) - "Postmortem dating of putrified material thru ptomaine estimation" - J. For. Sci. 22:558Abstract: pp. 1828A - 1828E4T1/16/78 - Summary of Reportby MazziaAbstract: pp. 1829 - 18314T1/17/78 - Report of Dr. Rieders (see Rieder's worksheets on Mass Spectrometry) [1916-1952]Abstract: pp. 1832 - 18394T1/10/78 - Report of SpectorAbstract: pp. 18404T12/19/77 & 1/11/78 - Report of SunshineAbstract: pp. 1841-18434T - Report of FalesAbstract: pp. 1844-18464T - Report of HolmstedtAbstract: pp. 1847 - 18484T1/23/78 - Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - on the pathology of SavinoAbstract: pp. 1849A - 1849D4T - Mazzia's Curriculum VitaeAbstract: pp. 1850A - 1850N5U - Mass Spectrometry performed at LKB LabsAbstract: pp. 1851-18855V - Matteo's dissertation on how to do RIAAbstract: pp. 1886-18895V2/1/78 - Receipt - Schiro to Siegel - TransparenciesAbstract: pp. 18905V2/8/78 - Letter - Siegel to Mazzia - transmitting transparencies of tops of vials & other informationAbstract: pp. 18915V2/8/78 - Letter - Fuerst to Siegel - Giving results of meeting with Moses on identification of specimens - answer to (1823A - 1823P)Abstract: pp. 1892-1894B5V1/15/78 - Letter - Willock to Baden - Her opinion that Artz, Biggs & H.P. showed curare effectsAbstract: pp. 18955V1/26/78 - Letter, Brief to Moses - Another "opinion" to M.J. by an opinionated young manAbstract: pp. 1896 - 18975V2/1/78 - Letter - Fuerst to Moses - Reminding her to check who did certain Mass Spectra; Coumbis or BeggsAbstract: pp. 18985VFeb. 1978 - Table showing fate of tissues of 5 decedents from time of death to Feb. 1978Abstract: pp. 1900-19115V2/9/78 - Letter - Holmstedt to Siegel - Enclosed is piece of information that may have been overlooked in Michigan CaseAbstract: pp. 19125V(1933) - The piece of information - an article - Bernsteinsaure aus Leichenteilen - A. Verdino, Deutsch z Gerichtl Med. 22Abstract: pp. 1913 - 19155V - Translation of aboveAbstract: pp. 1915A - 1915E5V - Rieder's worksheets on Mass SpectrometryAbstract: pp. 1916 - 1952; 1952A - 1952BH5V - Letter - Manufacturer to Delaney - Given composition of various fluids & compounds used in embalming in 1966 & sending samplesAbstract: pp. 1953 - 19585V - Containing materials used in 5 decedentsAbstract: pp. 1958A5V2/78 - Article in MLO "The Laboratory's Role in the Strange Case of Dr. X"Abstract: pp. 1959-19655V1/11/78 - Irv Sunshine's opinion Abstract: pp. 1966- 19675V - Material on substances used in embalming given to Delaney by Dr. FrederickAbstract: pp. 1968 - 19745W2/23/78 - Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - Transmitting certain itemsAbstract: pp. 1975 - 19765W2/25/78 - Baden to Moses - Final statement on causes of deathAbstract: pp. 1976A5W2/28/78 - Letter - Moses to Fuerst - Cannibis extracted the material on which Beggs made Mass Spectra - she cannot decipher Begg's worksheetAbstract: pp. 19775W2/22/78 - Letter - Foldes to Moses - His opinions on the five decedentsAbstract: pp. 1978-19805W - Statement by Dr. FrederickAbstract: pp. 1981 - 19845W - Clinical Summary on other 8 "suspicious" casesAbstract: pp. 5W - Frederick's patent on embalming compoundAbstract: pp. 1995 - 19985W - Mass spectra data of Rieders distributed before telephone conferenceAbstract: pp. 1999 - 20295W - Original transcript of telephone conference, Follwed by telphone conference corrected by Siegel while listening to tapes, followed by Corrections made by Holmstedt after receiving copy with corrections made by SiegelAbstract: pp. 2030 - 20625X - Mass Spectra at LKB on embalming materialsAbstract: pp. 2063A - 2070W-25Y - Summary of report on embalming materials analyzed at LKB - as given to H. FuerstAbstract: pp. 2071 - 20735Y3/7/78 - Letter - Fuerst to Moses - Control slides available in Dr. Siegel's officeAbstract: pp. 2073A5Y3/10/78 - Letter, Frederick to Delaney - Giving reference to Bacterium in soil which breaks down d-tbcAbstract: pp. 20745Y - The chemical abstract referred to in 2074Abstract: pp. 20755Y - The original article (German) referred to in 2074 - 2075Abstract: pp. 2075A - 2075G5Y - Article by same author on microbiological destruction of atropine, hyocyanin, etc.Abstract: pp. 2075H - 2075K5Y - Effect of embalming fluids on detection of DTC by TLC by F. RiedersAbstract: pp. 20765Y3/31/78 - Rieders to Brown - Letter - Why MS could not be done at Jefferson till now to include printouts - We have printouts on Savino and data from CRT screen on other 4 casesAbstract: pp. 2077 - 20785Y3/31/78 - Rieders to Brown - Letter - Conclusions drawn from TLC experiments dealing with DTC & embalming fluidsAbstract: pp. 20795Y - on mesenteric cystsAbstract: pp. 20805Y - On peritonitisAbstract: pp. 2080A5Y - Photograph of thin layer chromoto grams referred to in 2079Abstract: pp. 2081 - 20835Y - Photocopy of control OTC TLCAbstract: pp. 2083A5Y - Transcript of trial - includes Brown's intention to seek motion to exclude tests because of "scientific uncertainty"Abstract: pp. 2084A - 2084AC5Y - Umberger's lab report of 1967 on tests of items in M.J.'s lockerAbstract: pp. 5Y4/12/78 - Letter - Siegel to DalCortivo - transmitting TLC chromatograms done by Rieder's on effect of embalming fluids on DTCAbstract: pp. 2086A - 2086B5Y3/22/78 - Letter - Moses to Brown - Affirming in writing that Rieders told DalCortivo that embalming fluid was put directly in MS machine without prior treatmentAbstract: pp. 20875Y3/29/78 - Letter - Holmstedt to SiegelAbstract: pp. 2088A - 2088B5Y4/16/78 - Letter - Fuerst to defense experts - include in 4/16/78 written reports everything you intend to testify to.Abstract: pp. 20895Y4/11/78 - Letter - Frederick to Delaney - on sloppy chemical techniques of pathologists at the autopsy table.Abstract: pp. 20905Y4/23/78 - Letter - Siegel to Fuerst - on which of Holmstedt's materials to give to prosecutionAbstract: pp. 2091A - 2091C5Y - Mass spectra done by Rieders at JeffersonAbstract: pp. 2092A - 2092W5Y - Newspaper article where Baden admits numerous errors in amending death certificatesAbstract: pp. 2903 - 2093AAA5Y4/22/78 - Telephone conversation between Holmstedt, Rieders, Brown, Siegel on noted dateAbstract: pp. 2093A - 2093AW5Y - Code of transparencies made of five decedentsAbstract: pp. 2094A - 2094E5Y - List of cases Baden signed out essentially as fatty liverAbstract: pp. 20955Y - Simplified explanation of M.S. by HolmstedtAbstract: pp. 2096A - 2096FNew discovery submitted by state - pp. 2097 - 2102BBoxFolderContents5Y - ListAbstract: pp. 20975Y - Memo - Coumbis to Moses - giving list of new discovery & explanation of some oldAbstract: pp. 20985Y - RIA printout - Savino eye, Artz eyeAbstract: pp. 2099A - 2099B5Y - RIA key & printout - Savino liver; Biggs liver, Artz liver; exhumed embalmed liverAbstract: pp. 2100A - 2100B5Y - Hewlett Packard's explanation of some Mass Spectra on Artz & BiggsAbstract: pp. 2101A - 2101F5Y - RIA Key & printout - Savino liver; Rohrbeck brain; Biggs liver; Artz lung; Pearson spinal cord; decomposed liver extractAbstract: pp. 2102A - 2102B5Y - TLC & Paper Chromotography explanation for lawyersAbstract: pp. 2103A - 2103BG5Z5/30/78 - Siegel to Brown - I am prepared to testify on validity of experiments of Dr. M.J. and causes of deathAbstract: pp. 2104A - 2104COn motion for hearing by defense on admissiblity of certain toxicological tests - pp. 2105A - 2105BMBoxBookContents5Z - Affadavit by BrownAbstract: pp. 2105B - 2105C5Z - Brief in support of motion - statement of factsAbstract: pp. 2105D - 2105G5Z - Argument that Court should grant hearingAbstract: pp. 2105H - 2105M5Z - UV absorpt spect. TLC, RIA & HPLC should be barredAbstract: pp. 2105N - 2105V5Z - Baden's affadavit to exhumeAbstract: pp. 2105W - 2105Y5Z - Rieder's letter explaining his experimentsAbstract: pp. 2105Z5Z - Rieder's affadavit (see 1832-1839)Abstract: pp. 2105AA - 2105AF5Z - Holmstedt's affidavit (see 1847-1848)Abstract: pp. 2105AG - 2105AL5Z - Freimuth affidavitAbstract: pp. 2105AM - 2105ANZ5Z - Hirsch affidavitAbstract: pp. 2105AD - 2105AQ5Z - Paparo affidavitAbstract: pp. 2105AR - 2105AV5Z - Bucklin affidavitAbstract: pp. 2105AW - 2105AY5Z - Stillman affidavitAbstract: pp. 2105AZ - 2105BD5Z - Sunshime affidavit - see (1966) (1841-1843)Abstract: pp. 2105BE - 2105BM5Z - Letters & Sample affidavits sent to forensic pathologists & toxicologistsAbstract: pp. 2105BN - 2105BY5Z - Brief by State in opposition to hearing on admissibility of HPLC & RIAAbstract: pp. 5Z6/5/78 - Letter - Rieder to Brown - On contents of conversation with Dr. DalCortivoAbstract: pp. 5Z - Photographs of TLC experiments showing effects of tissues juices of decedents on d-TBC by Rieders (for comparison see 2079 2081-2083 - 2083A)Abstract: pp. 2108A - 2108F5Z - Negatives of 2081-2083 and 2108A-2108FAbstract: pp. 2108G5Z6/19/78 - Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - general letterAbstract: pp. 2109A - 2109B5Z6/7/78 - Letter - Fales to Fuerst - Comments on recent HP SpectraAbstract: pp. 21105Z6/21/78 - Letter - Frederick to Delaney - On Rieder's testimony at hearingAbstract: pp. 21115Z - Coumbis' prelim. studies on embalming fluid using RIAAbstract: pp. 2112 - 21145Z - Begg's opinion of mass spectra on Savino, Biggs, & Artz as per MosesAbstract: pp. 21155Z - More state discovery rec'd 6/28/78 (2117-2118 Mass Spectra)Abstract: pp. 5Z - Begg's worksheet's - mass spectraAbstract: pp. 2117A - 2117D5Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7647 - Savino lungAbstract: pp. 21185Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7651 - Biggs brainAbstract: pp. 21195Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7652 - Biggs liverAbstract: pp. 5Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7654 - Artz brainAbstract: pp. 21215Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7657 - Artz lungAbstract: pp. 21225Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7847 - Artz liverAbstract: pp. 21235Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7800 - Biggs liverAbstract: pp. 21245Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7851 - Artz liverAbstract: pp. 21255Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7855 - Biggs liverAbstract: pp. 21265Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7856Abstract: pp. 21275Z - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7858 - liverAbstract: pp. 21285Z6/28/78 - More State discovery - List of noted dateAbstract: pp. 21295Z - Coumbis extraction method prior to Begg (Hewlett-Packard) mass spectraAbstract: pp. 21305Z - List of cases sent by Coumbis to Begg (Hewlett-Packard)Abstract: pp. 2131 - 21335Z6/28/78 - Additional spectra recorded from BeggAbstract: pp. 2134 - 2137C5Z - List of embalmed & exhumed cases handled by N.J. Med. Ex. Off.Abstract: pp. 2138 - 21395Z - Key - Name of 5 decedents & corresponding case nos. for Begg (Hewlett Packard) spectraAbstract: pp. 21405Z6/27/78 - Letter - Holmstedt to Rieders - Analysis of available mass spectra from Begg (Hewlett-Packard)Abstract: pp. 2141 - 21435Z7/4/78 - Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - Bringing him up to dateAbstract: pp. 21445Z - Henry Fales analysis of Hewlett-Packard mass spectraAbstract: pp. 21455Z - Tabulation of Hewlett Packard spectraAbstract: pp. 2145A - 2145C6AA - Color print and negative of PS 675, Savino - Subcutis x100 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21466AA - Color print and negative of PS 300, Savino - Heart x450 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21476AA - Color print and negative of PS 573, Artz - Heart x25 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21486AA - Color print and negative of PS 321, Savino - Liver x450 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21496AA - Color print and negative of PS 509, Savino - Spleen x100 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21506AA - Color print and negative of PS 325, Savino - liver x250 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21516AA - Color print and negative of PS 555, Biggs - Liver x450 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21526AA - Color print and negative of PS 525, Savino - Adrenal x25 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21546AA - Color print and negative of PS 483, Savino - Kidney x25 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21546AA - Color print and negative of PS 483A Savino - Kidney - glass slideAbstract: pp. 6AA - Color print and negative of PS 629, Artz - Heart x25 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21556AA - Color print and negative of PS 478, Savino - Kidney x25 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21566AA - Color print and negative of PS 297, Savino - Heart x250 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21576AA - Color print and negative of PS 337, Savino - Brain x250 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21586AA - Color print and negative of PS 684, Savino - skin and subcutis x25 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21596AA - Color print and negative of PS 291, Savino - Heart x100 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21606AA - Color print and negative of PS 449, Savino - Lung x25 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21616AA - Color print and negative of PS 375, Savino - Lung x100 '66 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21626AA - Color print and negative of PS 649, Savino - small intestine x26 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21636AA - Color print and negative of PS 660, Savino - Small intestine x100 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21646AA - Color print and negative of PS 667, Savino - small intestine x25 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21656AA2166 - Color print and negative of PS 702, Savino - Liver x100 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21666AA - Color print and negative of PS 678, Savino - skin & subcutis x250 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21676AA - Color print and negative of PS 696, Savino - Liver x250 '76 autopsyAbstract: pp. 21686AB7/22/78 - Tel. conversation - Rieders, Siegel, Brown & FuerstAbstract: pp. 2169 - 21716AB7/25/78 - Siegel to Holmstedt - general letterAbstract: pp. 21726AB5/30/78 - Holmstedt to Yalow - Asking her to help defenseAbstract: pp. 2173A - 2173B6AB - List of transparencies shown in courtAbstract: pp. 21746AB - List of H.S. expendituresAbstract: pp. 2157 - 21796AB - Final draft of Savino hypothetical for MazziaAbstract: pp. 2180A - 2180AR6AB - Final draft of Biggs hypothetical for MazziaAbstract: pp. 2181A - 2181AE6AB - Final draft of Rohrbeck hypothetical for MazziaAbstract: pp. 2182A - 2182AD6AB - Savino hypothetical for SiegelAbstract: pp. 2183A - 2183AC6AB - Correspondence between Moses, Facelle, Fuerst re: SiegelAbstract: pp. 2184A - 2184E6AB - Notes taken on Mazzia's testimony in court by H. SiegelAbstract: pp. 2185A - 2185C6AB - Notes taken on Holmstedt's testimony in court by H. SiegelAbstract: pp. 2186A - 2186B6AB - Notes taken during Rieders testimony in court by H. SiegelAbstract: pp. 2187A - 2187P6AB - Preliminary hypothetical prepared on Artz for H. SiegelAbstract: pp. 2188A - 2188C6AB - Preliminary hypothetical prepared on Henderson for H. SiegelAbstract: pp. 2189A -2189C6AB - Notes taken at Stockholm meeting with Siegel, Rieders, HolmstedtAbstract: pp. 2190A - 2190I6AB - Mortality data at Riverdell HospitalAbstract: pp. 2191A - 2191G6AB - Letter by Jascavalich jury requesting M.J. be given his licenseAbstract: pp. 2192A - 2192B6AB2/20/79 - Letters from H. Siegel to A. Stollman, H. Freimuth, I. Shunshine, R. Bucklin, L. Hirsch, G. Paparo outlining results of trial & sending them copies of affidavits & key experimentsAbstract: pp. 2193A - 2193T6ABJan. 7, 8, 1976 - N.Y. Times articles on Curare Deaths under line by Myron FarberAbstract: pp. 2194A - 2194H6ABJuly 1979 - Hall-Hirsch, Anal. Chem. 51:812A (July 1979) "Detection of Curare in the Jascalevich Murder Trial"Abstract: pp. 2195A - 2195GMass spectra received from B. Holmstedt (see 249-256), 3/1/80 - pp. 2196A -2196EBoxBookContents6AB - TubocurarineAbstract: pp. 2196A6AB - TubocurarineAbstract: pp. 2196B6AB - Extract liver - ArtzAbstract: pp. 2196C6AB - Extract liver - SavinoAbstract: pp. 2196D6AB - Extract liver - SavinoAbstract: pp. 2196E6AB1982 - On tubocurarine in Martindale "The Extra Pharmacopoeia" 28th ed.Abstract: pp. 21976AB(1977) - R.S. Matteo, E.K> pipa, H.J. Khambatta and S. SpectorAbstract: pp. 2198A - 2198D6ABNov. 1949 - A.R. Kelly and F.E. Shideman "The relative role of the liver and kidneys in the detoxication of a standardized curare preparation (Intocostrin)" J. Pharm. & Exp. Therap. 97:293-300Abstract: pp. 2199A - 2199I6AB(1950) - W.C. North and R.K. Richards. "Studies on the fate of curare in teh rabbit" Exp. Med. & Surg. 8:336-345Abstract: pp. 2200A - 2200J6AB(1978) - J.A. Naghaway & Taito O. Sorne "Dequarternization of curare bases with sodium thiophenoxide and ethanolamine." J. Pharm Sci. 67:1204-1208Abstract: pp. 2201A - 2201E6AB(1977) - A.M. Betcher "The civilizing of curare: The history of its development and introduction into anesthesiology anes. and anal." Curr. Researches 56:305-319Abstract: pp. 2202A - 2202O6AB - On Pulmonary Edema in Robbins and Angell "Basic Pathology" 2nd ed. pp. 819-821Abstract: pp. 2203A - 2203C6AB(1963) - Marnibi, G. and Marozzi, E. "Suicidio mediante injezione endovenosa di kemital e d-tubocurarina" Rev. Med. Log. legal San 5:4-14 Abstract: pp. 2204A - 2204K6AB - Hypothetical on Biggs for SiegelAbstract: pp. 2205A - 2205BA6AB - Hypothetical on Rohrbeck for SiegelAbstract: pp. 2206A - 2206Y6/7AC - AJ - Court testimony of Dr. Richard Coumbis - Toxicologist for the StateAbstract: pp. 2207A -2211AAI7AK-AM - Court testimony of Dr. Sidney Spector for State on RIAAbstract: pp. 2212A - 2212VAI7/8AN - AAB - Court testimony of Dr. Frederic Rieders - Toxicologist for the defenseAbstract: pp. 2213A - 2217CCA9/10AAC-AAN - Court testimony of Dr. Henry Siegel - Pathologist for the DefenseAbstract: pp. 2218A10AAO-AAS - Court testimony of Dr. Henry Siegel, pathologist for the defenseAbstract: pp. 2220EBL10AAT-AAW - Court testimony of Prof. Bo Holmstedt - Toxicologist for the DefenseAbstract: pp. 2221A - 2221DAE10/11AAX - AAZ - Court Testimony of Dr. Leo DalCortivo - Toxicologist for the ProsecutionAbstract: pp. 2222A - 2222DAP11BAA-DAA - Court testimony of Michael Baden - Pathologist for the ProsecutionAbstract: pp. 2223A - 2226CBP11LAA-MAA - Court testimony of Dr. Valentino Mazzia - Anesthesiologist for the defenseAbstract: pp. 2227A - 2227FDW13OAA - Court testimony of Dr. Frank Foldes - Anesthesiologist for ProsecutionAbstract: pp. 2228A - 2229EBW15PAA - Court testimony of Dr. David Beggs - Mass Spectra expert for ProsecutionAbstract: pp. 2230A - 2230BL15PAA5/5/78 - Judge's decision on statements made by defendent 2/4/76 and 3/3/76 to prosecutorAbstract: pp. 2231A - 2231N15QAA - Court testimony of Myron Faber, investigative reporter for N.Y. TimesAbstract: pp. 2232A - 2232AAX15RAA8/1/78 - Judge's decision on exclusion of Artz and Henderson for consideration by juryAbstract: pp. 2233A - 2233AF15SAA - Judge's decision after hearing on admissibility of tests used by State's experts to detect curare 6/30/78Abstract: pp. 2234A - 2234W15TAA10/23/78 - Judge's charge to the juryAbstract: pp. 2235A - 2235AAD15UAA - Court testimony by A. Stoholski and E.G. Arons on evidence found in defendent's locker in hospitalAbstract: pp. 2236A - 2236OAA15WAA10/19/78 - Summation by defense attorneyAbstract: pp. 2237A - 2237AAK15XAA - On statement made by defendent to prosecutor on Nov. 11, 1966Abstract: pp. 2238A - 2238CEA16YAA - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecutionAbstract: pp. 2239A - 2239AEAA16ZAA - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecutionAbstract: pp. 2240A - 2240AARA16ABA - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecutionAbstract: pp. 2241A - 2241LAAA16ACA - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecutionAbstract: pp. 2242A - 2242AEAA16ADA - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecutionAbstract: pp. 2243A - 2243AAC16AEA - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecutionAbstract: pp. 2244A - 2244WAA17AFA - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecutionAbstract: pp. 2245A - 2245ANAA17AGA - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecutionAbstract: pp. 2246A - 2246ABA

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Correspondence, autopsy report, depositions, and transcripts of court records accumulated by the pathologists hired by the defense in the trial of "Dr. X," Mario E. Jascalevich.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    B Series, 1964-1985 [series]:

    Arranged by decedent. Page numbers are for each of Siegel's books within each box.

     
    Emma Artz, 1966, 1976; n.d. [subseries]:
    1 A
    Miscellaneous
    1 A
    Hospital Chart
    1 A
    Death Certificate, 1966
    1 A
    M.J.'s Comments,
    1 A
    Witnesses,
    1 A
    Autopsy Report; Histology Findings; Summary, 1976
    1 A
    Toxicology Reports
    1 A
    Exhumation Photos
     
    Frank Biggs, 1966; 1976 [subseries]:
    1 B
    Miscellaneous
    1 B
    Hospital Chart, 8/20/66 - 8/28/66
    1 B
    Death Certificate
    1 B
    Hospital Chart, 1/21/66 - 1/29/66
    1 B
    Hospital Chart, 4/2/66 - 4/13/66
    1 B
    1966 Autopsy Report, 1966
    1 B
    Witnesses
    1 B
    Autopsy Report; Histology Findings; Summary, 1976
    1 B
    Exhumation
    1 B
    Toxicology Reports
     
    Margaret Henderson, 1966; 1976 [subseries]:
    1 C
    Miscellaneous
    1 C
    Hospital Chart
    1 C
    1966 Autopsy Report, Toxicology Report1966
    1 C
    Death Certificate
    1 C
    M.J.'s Comments
    1 C
    Witnesses
    1 C
    1976 Autopsy Report; Histology Findings; Summary, 1976
    1 C
    Exhumation
    1 C
    Toxicology Reports
     
    Carl Rohrbeck, 1961-1976 [subseries]:
    1 D
    Miscellaneous
    1 D
    Hospital Chart, 12/12/65 - 12/13/65
    1 D
    Hospital Chart, 11/3/64 - 12/5/64
    1 D
    Hospital Chart, 3/15/61 - 3/18/61
    1 D
    Autopsy Report; Toxicology Report, 1966
    1 D
    M.J.'s Comments
    1 D
    Witnesses
    1 D
    Autopsy Report; Histology findings; summary, 1976
    1 D
    Death Certificate
    1 D
    Exhumations
    1 D
    Toxicology Reports
     
    Nancy Savino, 1965-1966; 1976 [subseries]:
    1 E
    Miscellaneous
    1 E
    Hospital Chart, 3/19/66 - 3/21/66
    1 E
    Hospital Chart, 12/9/65 - 12/11/65
    1 E
    Autopsy Report, 1966
    1 E
    M.J.'s Comments
    1 E
    Witnesses
    1 E
    Autopsy Report; Histology Findings; summary, 1976
    1 E
    Death Certificate
    1 E
    Exhumations
    1 E
    Toxicology Reports
     
    Grand Jury Minutes of Dr. M. Baden [subseries]:

    pgs. B594 - B688.

    2 F
    Savino
    2 F
    Biggs
    2 F
    Artz
    2 F
    Henderson
    2 F
    Rohrbeck
    2 F1
    Summary of Paul Grisel by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Ira Holster by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Mabel Williams by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Sol Wieder by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Mary Muentener by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Edith Post by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Dora Seaman by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Lousa Romansky by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of William Seemann by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Mary Allen by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Eileen Shaw by Dr. M.J.
    2 F1
    Summary of Pasquale Benvenuto by Dr. M.J.
     
    A Series, 1975 - 1979 [series]:
    2 G
    Baden's affidavit in support of Moses's motion to exhume several bodies, 12/30/75
    2 G
    Siegel's affidavit to be present at all autopsies on bodies alleged to have died of curare poisoning, 3/25/76
    2 G
    Brief by prosecutor against defense being present at exhumation and autopsy
    2 G
    Early draft of motion for discovery of pathologic and toxicologic findings by defense
    2 G
    Size of skull
    2 G
    Some unanswered questions in autopsy protocol of Artz
    2 G
    Some unanswered questions in autopsy protocol of Rohrback
    2 G
    Some unanswered queastions in autopsy protocol of Henderson
    2 G
    Some unanswered questions in autopsy protocol of Savino
    2 G
    Some notes from clinical charts of Artz, Biggs, Henderson, Rohrback, Savino
    2 G
    Letter Baden to Moses - Suggesting N.Y.C. M.E. office be used for exhumation, 12/30/75
    2 G
    Baden's request for exhumed bodies in Academy newsletter
    2 G
    Meeting in Brown's office - Notes, 5/21/77
    2 G
    Meeting with Holmestedt and Brown, 8/13/76
    2 G
    Letter - Holmestedt to Farber, 3/25/76
    2 G
    Indictment of Dr. M.J. on 5 counts of murder
    2 G
    Notes on attempts to recruit toxicologist
    2 G
    Letter - Moses to Trautwein - dealing with brief filed by Woodcock opposing granting of relief to Notice of Motion filed by Defense, 4/30/76
    2 G
    Baden to Woodcock - Letter assuring him tissue will be properly preserved, 3/19/77
    2 G
    Same theme as A54 by Dalcortivo, 3/22/79
     
    S Series, 1964-1979 [series]:

    The unbracketed number in pencil on each item is Siegel's code number. The bracketed number is the code number supplied by the State prosecutors.

    2 G
    Letter - Siegel to Brown - Conclusions on review of hospital charts of Sol Wieder, 9/24/76
    2 G
    Notes used in drawing up Motion for Discovery
    2 G
    Brown to Woodcock - Telling State that Defense intends to apply to Court for Motion for Scientific Discovery and includes the Motion (Comment-This was discarded later for more detailed motion)
    2 G
    Answer of Moses to Brown for more scientific discovery - 1st response for more scientific discovery,10/22/76
    2 G
    Letter - Brown to Siegel - Enclose 2 copies of Moses's answer for more scientific discovery (pp23-29) and 1 copy of her opposition to exhumation (P45-71), 10/22/76
    2 G
    Letter - Siegel to Brown - Siegel's comments on States answer to motion for discovery, 11/8/76
    2 G
    Motion for exhumation by Siegel, 8/26/76
    2 G
    State's brief in opposition of Defense to exhume, 10/22/76
    2 G
    Letter - Siegel to Brown - Some background information for Brown in arguing for exhumations, 11/3/76
    2 G
    Letter - Siegel to Brown - Specific medical and scientific comments on State's arguments against re-exhumation, 11/16/76
     
    Batch of Discovery received from State, 11/15/76 [subseries]:
    2 G
    Letter - State - defense submitting more scientific discovery
    2 G
    List of further scientific discovery
    2 G
    DalCortivo's metnod for TLC & Elution - typed
    2 G
    DalCortivo's extraction method (typed)
    2 G
    Photocopy of DalCortivo's box of tubcurarine
    2 G
    qun. method for curare used by prosecution J. Lab & Cln. Med. 62:979, 1963
    2 G
    List of participants in New Jersey
    2 G
    Outline of New Jersey Investigation, scientific
    2 G
    As p. 93 - p. 98 reprint improperly submitted by Coumbis
    2 G
    Coumbis's worksheets - handwritten and poorly decipherable; also fluormetric method
    2 G
    Photocopy Siegel 26 - Photocopy Siegel 29 (PS26 - PS29)
    2 G
    RIA studies - Savino - Water in casket
    2 G
    From Matteo - Used modified Horowitz-Spector method-Typed
    2 G
    Horowitz & Spector's paper J. Pharm & Exp. Therapeutics 185: 94, 1973
    2 G
    Toxicology report on Biggs - handwritten - signed by Hoffman & Baden
    2 G
    Hoffmann-Scheme for analysis for tubocararine - handwritten
    2 G
    Letter - Moses to Judge Trautwein - State's arguments for exhumation to be heard after all discovery is in, 11/8/76
    2 G
    Letter - Judge Trautwein to Moses and Brown - case assigned to Judge Arnold
    2 G
    Siegel to Brown - Comment on State's second partial answer to motion for discovery dated 11/15/76, [12/2/76]
    2 G
    Baden's statements on toxicology (included in autopsy protocols dated up to:5/18/76)
    2 G
    Summaries of toxicological work by DalCortivo, Coumbis, Hoffman, Matteo
    2 G
    Letter - Brown to Baden - Making appointment for 12/28/76 to review all slides, tissues, photographs and parrafin blocks, 12/28/76
    2 G
    Letter - Mazzia to Siegel - Enclosing copy of his preliminary report
    2 G
    Report - Mazzia to Brown - Preliminary report of Mazzia, 12/22/76
    2 H
    Letter - Holmestedt to Siegel, 8/20/76
    2 H
    Letter - Siegel to Homstedt, 9/27/76
    2 H
    Letter - Holmstedt to Farber, 3/24/76
    2 H
    Letter - Holmstedt to Siegel, 10/5/76
    2 H
    Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt, 11/22/76
    2 H
    Letter - Holmstedt to Siegel - Stating he is not convinced of validity of State's results, 12/2/76
    2 H
    Itinerary of Holmstedt's trip, 12/76 - 1/77
    2 H
    Letter - Siegel to Mazzia - On sending him discovery and meeting in Chicago, December, 1976; 12/6/76
    2 H
    Letter - Mazzia to Siegel - Just received discovery but need more, 12/6/76
     
    Mazzias Reprints, 1974; 1978 [subseries]:
    2 H
    Legal Medicine Annual, 1974
    2 H
    Legal Medicine Annual, 1978
    2 H
    Notes made by Holmstedt in Chicago on new motion for discovery of toxicological data, 12/14/76
    2 H
    Interview with Steve Andrabpus on paper chromatography, 3/22/76
    2 H
    Interview of Umbergery by Schiro. Dealth with 1966 tissues and materials found in M.J.'s locker,4/6/76
    2 H
    Worksheets from Wiener's lab on material from M.J.'s locker in 1966
    2 H
    Worksheets from Umberger's lab in 1966. Paper Chromatography on tissues. 1966
    2 H
    Umberger's report on material found in M.J.'s locker
    2 H
    B. Holmstedt's mass spectra of tubocurarine on direct probe Finnegan instrumetn - Chicago 1976
    2 H
    Toxicology portion of new "Motioni for More Scientific Discovery" developed with B. Holmstedt, 1/6 - 1/8/77
    2 H
    Table - Detection of substances other than curare - like substance in the 5 cases - Artz - Savino, as of February, 1977
    2 H
    Table - Fate of tissues removed for toxicologic studies as per discovery up to April 1977
    2 H
    Original article in Medical Economics on Dr. X
    2 H
    Notes made in New York City M.E. office on histologic slides of Artz, Biggs, Henderson, Rohrbeck and Savino from 1976 autopsies, 12/28/76
    2 H
    Notes made in New York City M.E. office on tissues in "histology stock bottles" - These are wet fromalized tissues - dictated to Mr. Schiro, 1/20/77; 2/1/77
    2 H
    Notes made in New York City M.E. office on color transparancies from 1976 autopsies made by Baden, 1/20/77 and 2/1/77
    2 H
    Fate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - Artz
    2 H
    Fate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - Biggs
    2 H
    Fate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - Henderson
    2 H
    Fate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - Rohrbeck
    2 H
    Fate of tissues removed for toxicological analysis during 1976 autopsy in tabulated form - Savino
    2 H
    Brown's letter to Moses - wherein he outlines that scientific discovery which has been made available and that which has not, 1/25/77
    2 H
    Moses's answer to Brown, 1/27/77
    2 H
    Brown's letter to Judge Trautwein objecting to answer to Moses
    2 H
    Mazzia's letter to Brown - making certain comments and asking for more information, 1/28/77
    2 I
    Some additional answers provided by State (answering request pp. 340 - 373), 2/11/77
    2 I
    Worksheets - Siegel's rebuttal to State's answers given, 2/11/77
    2 I
    Rules regarding discovery under which defense must operate
    2 I
    Letter - Judge Arnold to Brown insisting motion be heard 4/1/77, (2/16/77)
    2 I
    Letter - Moses to Judge Arnold asking that Motion be heard 4/1/77, (2/12/77)
    2 I
    Judge Trautwein's decision denying defense motion to re-exhume 5 decedents, 2/16/77
    2 I
    Judge Trautwein's decision - will hear further arguments for more scientific discovery on 4/1/79, (2/16/77)
    2 I
    Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - deals with general matters, 1/22/77
    2 I
    Letter - Holmstedt to Siegel - deals with general matters, 1/20/77
    2 I
    Editorial from Analytical Chemistry "Misuse of Analysis"
    2 I
    Note to Holmstedt from? - stating reporters ot Times are seeking to speak to him on Curare
    2 I
    Letter - Holmstedt to Farber, 3/26/76
    2 I
    Follow up note on 451DA
    2 I
    Starr's article "Ethical obligations of the forensic scientist in the criminal justice system" Journal of AOAC 54: 906, (1971)
    2 I
    Siegel to Holmstedt - Explaining certain matters to this date and including certain enclosures, 3/2/77
     
    More Discovery Submitted by the State [subseries]:
    2 I
    Methodology for extraction and isolation of tubocararine from human tissue - submitted by Coubis - typed
    2 I
    Procedure for preparation of controls submitted by Coumbis - typed
    2 I
    Spectrofluorimetric method of Cohn, J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 62:979 - Submitted by Coumbis, 1963
    2 I
    Mass spectra submitted by Coumbis; presumably came from Beggs of Hewlett Packard
    2 I
    Lettter - Brown to Moses - states that no more tissue will be used by State until defense indicates what it needs, 3/21/77
    2 I
    Brown - Brief in support of motion for scientific discovery - includes appendices
    2 I
    State - Brief in opposition to certain portions of defendant's motioin for additional scientific discovery and in support of State's motion for reciprocal discovery
    2 I
    Rippert's affidavit that he did not show 64 page 1966 summary to Farber
    2 I
    Woodcock's affidavit that neither he nor his staff showed the 1966 report to Farber
    2 I
    Furst to Siegel - Supplement to defense's brief on statute of limitations, 3/29/77
    2 I
    Letter - Brown to Moses - Siegel prepared to examine slides and frozen tissue
    2 I
    Homstedt's Curriculum Vitae, 4/6/77
    2 I
    List of more discovery received from State, 4/6/77
     
    The Discovery:, 1963-1979 [subseries]:
    3 J
    Receipt of reports given by Hoffman to Schiro
    3 J
    Hoffman's toxicology report - on diaphram of Rohrbeck
    3 J
    Hoffman's toxicology report - On quadriceps muscle of Henderson
    3 J
    HOffman's extraction procedure, reagents and techniques. Handwritten by Hoffman
    3 J
    Letter - Coumbis to Moses - Submitteing RIA data on Savino, 4/1/77
    3 J
    Coumbis's methodology, results standard RIA curve
    3 J
    Coumbis's RIA results in Savino case using Coumbis procedure
    3 J
    Coumbis's RIA Results in Savino case using Spector's procedure
    3 J
    Transcript of motion heard before Judge Arnold dealing with discovery, 4/6/77
    3 J
    Court testimony of Helpern in previous alleged succinylcholine case (N.J. v. Coppolino)
    3 J
    Order drawn up by Brown pursuant to Judge Arnold's rulings of 4/6/77, (4/20/77)
    3 J
    Letter - Brown to Moses - arranging to examine tissues held by toxicologists - cancelled by Moses, 4/28/77
    3 J
    Letters and order drawn up by Moses pursuant to Judge Arnold's rulings of 4/6/77, (4/28/77)
    3 J
    Letter - Brown to Moses - Arranging for examination of tissues and slides in N.Y.C. during week of 5/6/775/9/77
    3 J
    Brown to Moses - Firming up appointment for 5/20/77 cancelled by Siegel - emergency, 5/11/77
     
    More discovery received by the State, 5/9/77 [subseries]:
    3 J
    Receipt signed by Furst
    3 J
    List of discovery
    3 J
    Cover letter of Moses for Skinner's report on mass spectrometry done at Finnegan Corp.
    3 J
    Skinner's Report
    3 J
    Cover letter by Moses of 7 lab reports by DalCortivo and 1 receipt
    3 J
    Seven lab reports by DalCortivo on Savino, Artz and Biggs
    3 J
    Receipt by DalCortivo of tissues and embalming fluid
    3 J
    Cover letter by Moses of various receipts
    3 J
    Various receipts for tissues, extracts and paraffin
    3 J
    Cover letter by Moses forwarding Matteo's handwritten notes and report
    3 J
    Matteo's report and some of his notes
    3 J
    Cover letter by Moses of mass spectra from Finnegan and worksheets of Varanelli
    3 J
    Mass spectra printouts from Finnegan
    3 J
    Cover letter by Moses forwarding Varanelli's worksheets pertaining to mass spectra from Finnegan
    3 J
    Varanelli's worksheets pertaining to Finnegan's mass spectra. Also worksheets pertaining to material sent to Matteo for RIA
    3 J
    Another cover letter by Moses forwarding more of Varanelli's worksheets pertaining to mass spectra and RIA
    3 J
    More of Varanelli's Worksheets, mass spectra and RIA data from matteo
    3 J
    Brown to Moses, concerning date for visit to Dr. Baden's lab, 5/19/77
    3 J
    Letters - Brown to Moses - date fixed for 6/15/77 to examine frozen tissues and recuts of paraffin blocks, 5/20/77, 5/24/77
    3 J
    Transcript of Motioin dealing with discovery, 5/25/77
    3 J
    Final order by Judge Arnold dealing with discovery
    3 J
    Bath's analysis of mass spectra submitted by Hewlett-Packard and Finnegan - includes requests that were honored and those that were not, 6/1/77
    3 J
    Letter - Brown to Fitzpatrick (Riverdell Hospital attorney) - arranging to hav Mazzia examine hospital records on or about 7/13/77, 6/15/77
     
    Notes made by Siegel and Furst during visit to N.Y.C. M.E. Office to examine tissues and 1966 recut slides,, 6/15/77 [subseries]:
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    Furst's miscellaneous notes
    3 J
    Siegel's dictated notes recorded by Furst givin g list and weights of all tissues of 5 cases in deep freeze.
    3 J
    Siegel's notes on 1966 slide of Savino and Biggs
    3 J
    Tabulated summary of total amounts of liver, kidney, muscle and diaphram of all 5 cases now in deep freezers in custody of 3 toxicologists
    3 J
    Letter - Holmstedt to Siegel - He reviewed discovery - Gives list of things to do
    3 K
    Letter - Brown to Moses - Arranging for visit to Coumbis and DalCortivo, 6/17/77
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    Letter - Brown to Moses - Arranging for all slides to be brought to Siegel in Westchester for photomicrographs, 6/20/77
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    Letter - Brown to Moses - Pointing out that the date for all discovery to be releaed as set by the Judge was 6/20/77 - and much was still missing, (6/8/77)
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    Letter - Brown to Moses - Confirming her desire to get copies of transparencies of tissues made in N.Y. M.E. office6/30/77
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    Letter - Brown to Moses - Pertaining to non-receipt of discovery from State and order that tissues in deep freeze will not be used up, 6/30/77
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    Letter - Siegel to WHO - request curare standard, 6/30/77
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    Moses to Brown - Arranging date to examine tissues etc. in Newark Lab, 6/30/77
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    Letter - Moses to Brown - Indicates she is moving her -------------- to comply with court orders, 6/30/77
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    Letter - Moses to toxicologists and Baden - Asking them for first time to comply with court orders, 6/30/77
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    Letter - Moses to toxicologists and Baden - Telling them in writing for the first time that they are not to consume any tissue now in deep freeze, 7/5/77
    3 K
    Letter - Moses to Brown - Pertains to matters (see pp. 1028 - 1030), 7/5/77
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    Letter - Holmstedt to Furst, 6/28/77
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    Dealing with motion to be heard requiring Riverdell Hospital records, 7/5/77
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    Letter & enclosure - M.J. to Furst - Some data for Stevel Delaney, 6/30/77
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    Letter - M.J. to Brown - Pointing out some avenues of investigation, 12/6/76
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    M.J. to Delaney - Pointing out some avenues of investigation, 4/20/76
    3 K
    Letter - Brown to Moses - Confirming arrangements for Siegel to go to Coumbis's lab to obtain pertinent data and to clarify illegible and undecipherable documents that had been forwarded, 7/8/77
    3 K
    Coumbis's deep freeze
    3 K
    Siegel to Holmstedt - also latest discovery sent to him and Fales - also method of analysis of various State's experts
    3 K
    Letter - Siegel to Fales, Listing our coding system and material sent to him, 7/16/77
    3 K
    Letter - Moses to Brown - Confirming meeting of Siegel with DalCortivo on 7/20/77, (7/15/77)
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    Letter - Brown to Moses - Making clear what Siegel will see and discuss with DalCortivo, 7/19/77
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    Letter - Budow to Moses - Confirming arrangements for bringing histology slides to Westchester for photomicrographs, 7/21/77
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    Letter - Siegel to Brown - results of Visit to Spector, 7/25/77
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    Letter - Siegel to Brown - Results of visit with DalCortivo, 7/25/77
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    Letter - Siegel to DalCortivo - asking him to check Varanelli's notes, 8/8/77
    3 K
    Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - Reviewing many points to date - also includes photographs of Coumbis's graphs
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    Letter - Siegel to Brown - Comments on histologic slides examined and photomicrographs prepared in Westchester, 8/8/77 [8/4/77]
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    Tow of Coumbis's graphs with ruler
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    DeMaer to Siegel - Letter - Telling us where we can get reference to Tubocararine in teh U.S., 7/18/77
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    Blank
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    Letter - Holmstedt to Siegel - A short note on what he has done - and enclosing some material (pp. 1073 - 1092), 8/12/77
     
    Material Received from Holmstedt, 8/12/77 [subseries]:
    3 K
    Letter to Holmstedt from Moffat in England on their experience with one case and literature references
    3 K
    Stevens and fox, For. Sci. 11:177, 1977. Soc.
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    Marsh, J. Pharm & Exp. Therap 105:299, 1952
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    Cohen, Paulson, Elert Anesthesiology 18:300,(1957)
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    Mahflous, Brit. J. Pharmacol 4:295, 1949
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    Cohen, J. Pharm & Exp. Therap. 141:356, (1963)
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    Elert & Cohen, Am. J. Med. Tech. 28:125, (1962)
    3 K
    Stevens and Moffat, J. For. Sci. Soc. 14:141, (1974)
    3 K
    Letter - Siegel to Fales, sending him pp. 1073 - 1092, 8/18/77
    3 K
    Letter and list - Siegel to Holmstedt - Fate of tissues removed for toxicologic analyses and where they were available. See pp. 1005 - 1015, 8/1/77
     
    So-called Final Discovery from State, 1977-1979 [subseries]:
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    list from State
    3 L
    Letter of transmittal - Moses to Brown, 8/18/77
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    Letter DalCortivo to Siegel - Data on material used for mass spectra, 8/16/77
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    Report on Savino liver by DalCortivo - using HPLC,
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    Report on Rohrbeck kidney by DalCortivo using HPLC
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    Report on Artz liver by DalCortivo using HPLC
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    Report on Artz by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluate
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    Report on liver of Biggs by DalCortivo using HPLC and RIA on HPLC eluate by Coumbis
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    Receipt of 10 screw cap tubes by Coumbis
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    Worksheets of DalCortivo - handwritten
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    Worksheets of DalCortivo - handwritten on liver of Savino
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    HPLC's of DalCortivo
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    Handwritten worksheets of Hoffman
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    Report on Savino by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluate, 8/5/77
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    Report on Rohrbeck by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluate, , 8/15/77
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    report on Henderson by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluate, 8/5/77
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    Report on Biggs by Coumbis using RIA on HPLC eluate,8/15/77
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    Report on Artz by Coumbis using RIA and HPLC eluate,8/15/77
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    Printout & Key by Coumbis, 3/7/77
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    Printout & key by Coumbis, 3/9/77
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    Printout & key by Coumbis, 7/29/77
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    Printout & Key by Coumbis, 8/11/77
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    Mass spectra of Coumbis
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    Mass spectrometry and worksheets of Biggs (Hewlett - Packard)
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    RIA results from Matteo via telephone call to Schiro via Baden, 8/19/77
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    Printout & key of Coumbis, 8/3/77
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    Letter - Moses to Brown - Confirming Budow's letter of 7/21/77 that histology slides will be sent to Westchester, (7/26/77)
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    Letter - Siegel to Moses - asking that TLC plates of Hoffman also be brought to Westchester, 7/27/77
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    Letter - Brown to Moses - Confirming 8/4 as date for slides to come to Westchester, 7/28/77
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    Letter - Brown to Moses - Dr. Siegel's photographs will come to N.Y.C. after Labor Day, 8/2/77
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    Siegel recieved 2 cassettes of conversations at DalCortivo's lab & Coumbis's lab,8/4/77
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    Letter - Moses to Judge Arnold - Stating all items of discovery due 6/30/77 will be delivered by July 31, '77 and protests she has always been very honest, 7/25/77
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    Affidavit by Moses that she has been straight forward and everything will be ready Aug. 15, 1977, 7/25/77
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    Letter - Moses to Brown - Insisting that she produce all the discovery, 8/15/77
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    Memo - Furst to Brown - on trial date,8/15/77
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    Prelim letter of Brown to Arnold written by Furst on antics of Moses
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    Correspondence involving Lifflander, Helpern, Umberger and Calissi from 1966; also notes by Moses from 1976
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    Credentials of Luther Markley
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    Credentials of Lawrence Denson
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    Credentials of Donald Brown
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    Notes taken with DalCortivo, 7/20/77
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    Weights of tissues for toxicologist analysis in DalCortivo's possession, 7/20/77
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    Notes prepared for and taken in Westchester when Shiro brought slides for photomicrographs, 8/4/77
    3 M
    Telephone conversation with Holmstedt, 8/9/77
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    Siegel to Holmstedt - Sending him last group of discovery and other information, 8/22/77
    3 M
    Moses to Brown - The State is amenable for photographer to take pictures of Hoffman's TLC plates etc., 8/16/77
    3 M
    Letter - Brown to Moses - Requesting more information on slides sent to Dr. Siegel on 8/4/77,8/22/77
    3 M
    8/22/77 - Letter - Brown to Judge Arnold - Requesting that Moses be made to comply with his order of discovery
    3 M
    8/23/77 - Letter - Brown to Moses - Answering her letter of 8/16/77 on taking photomicrographs etc.
    3 M
    8/25/77 - Letter - Brown to Homstedt - Telling him of trial date and urgin completion of testing
    3 M
    8/25/77 - Letter - Siegel to Fales - Sending him final discovery
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    - Telephone conversation with Holmstedt recommending Faltz at Batelle for analysis
    3 M
    - Data on Batelle Institute
    3 M
    8/26/77 - Brown to Judge Arnold - on antics of Moses see 1197 - 1198 on preliminary letter
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    8/30/77 - Brown to Judge Arnold - Some more on the antics of Moses
    3 M
    8/31/77 - Moses to Brown - She states she has records of prior admissions of Savino, Biggs & Rohrbeck and asks Brown if he wants copies
    3 M
    9/2/77 - Moses to Judge Arnold - Her answer - pp. 1262 - 1263
    3 M
    9/2/77 - Siegel to Holmstedt - On the scrambled manner in which we received the Mass Spectra from Coumbis and Beggs
    3 M
    9/9/77 - Brown to Moses - Making arrangements for photos in N.Y.C. office
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    9/12/77 - Siegel to Brown - Some comments on the final discovery received 8/19/77 (1100 - 1180)
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    9/13/77 - Moses to Brown - DalCortivo is going to test the contents of bottle's found in M.J.'s locker. See answer by Brown (1312) - (1313)
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    9/15/77 - Moses to Brown - A letter just received from Coumbis giving lists of tissues et. al. not seen by Dr. Siegel
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    9/13/77 - Coumbis to Moses - giving list of specimens not seen by Siegel
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    8/24/77 - Mazzia's report of his visit to Riverdell Hospital
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    9/14/77 - Letter - Holmstedt to Fales - Asking his opinion on 2 Mass Spectra which are included (1310 - 1311)
    3 M
    9/19/77 - Brown to Moses - Answer to her letter of 9/13/77
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    - Tabulated summary of toxicological results of State's experts as of 9/20/77
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    - All toxicologic results tabulated on one page
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    9/2/77 - Brady to Siegel - In response to request for embalmed tissues
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    9/21/77 - Moses to Judge Trautwein - Answering Brown's letter of 9/19/77 (1312) - (1313)
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    - Notice of Motion by Defense to force State to give all the needed discovery as per court order
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    9/28/77 - Telephone conversation with Holmstedt - on what tissues to get for toxicologic analysis, etc.
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    - Information given to Furst to give to Moses as to what tissues we want for toxicologic analysis
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    9/29/77 - Siegel to Jenden
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    9/30/77 - Siegel to Fales
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    - Notes from H. Furst as to testing to be done in California
    3 M
    - Tissues and amounts available in 3 prosecution labs (pp. 1378 - 1379I) and (pp. 1094 - 1099D)
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    - Table of Transparencies
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    - Table of Transparencies
    3 N
    10/3/77 - On arrangements for testing in Cal. (Brown to Moses)
    3 N
    10/4/77 - Furst to Mazzia - telling him Judge Arnold reversed himself and has terminated Mazzia's exams of records after Feb. '67
    3 N
    - This number omitted by mistake
    3 N
    9/27/77 - Holmstedt to Jenden - Giving him background
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    10/7/77 - Jenden to Holmstedt - Pulling out
    3 N
    10/4/77 - Brown to Fales - Thanking him for his help
    3 N
    10/4/77 - List of discovery pertaining to prior admissions of Rohrbeck, Biggs & Savino
    3 N
    10/4/77 - Moses to Brown - DalCortivo will test vials on 10/12 and 10/13
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    10/3/77 - Will use TLC, HPLC or ultraviolet spectrometry
    3 N
    10/4/77 - Moses to Brown - On how hard she is working to comply with the Judge's orders
    3 N
    10/5/77 - List of vials to be analyzed
    3 N
    10/12/77 - Notes made in DalCortivo's lab on vials
    3 N
    10/10/77 - Brown to Moses - Letter incorporated all information for the testing to be done in Cal.
    3 N
    - Where tissues are available and amounts Defense wants. See pp. 1350 -1351 and pp. 1094 - 1099D.
    3 N
    6/10/77 - Judge Arnod's order of June 10, 1977
    3 N
    - Notice of motion by defense to request Judge to order State to furnish certain scientific information
    3 N
    - Affidavit by Brown pertaining to pp. 1387 - 1995
    3 N
    - State's request to Judge not to give information requested in 1387 - 1395 and 1396 - 1401
    3 N
    - Brief in support of motion to dismiss indictment due to loss of evidence
    3 N
    - Appendix to motion to dismiss indictment
    3 N
    - Brief in opposition to motion to dismiss indictment due to loss of evidence
    3 N
    11/4/66 - Letter - Calissi to Allied Testing Lab - request to test hairs, blood, syringes, etc., found in Dr. X's locker
    3 N
    - Affidavit by Moses in support of opposition of motion to dismiss indictment due to loss of evidence
    3 N
    10/17/77 - Brown to Sunshine - Thanking him for coming to N.Y. to review data
    3 N
    - Draft - Extraction procedure recommended by LDC
    3 N
    - TLC chromotography and procedure recommended
    3 N
    - Newspaper article on loss of evidence by State
    3 N
    10/21/77 - Brown to Moses - Arranging for Siegel to contact DalCortivo directly for tests to be done in Suffolk
    3 N
    10/27/77 - Siegel to Holmstedt - On latest arrangements for toxicological testing by defense - sent SAS air cargo
    3 N
    10/28/77 - Siegel to Brown - detailing all the new arrangements for toxicological testing by defense
    3 N
    10/28/77 - Letter - Siegel to Brown - on toxicologic tests on tissues of 6 decedents by Defense - place, time, etc.
    3 N
    11/2/77 - Siegel to Coumbis - Detailing all the new arrangements
    3 N
    - First draft of methodology (according to Coumbis)
    3 N
    - Pertaining to intravenous solutions used during 1965 - 1966 made by Abbott Laboratories
    3 N
    - F. Rieders - Curriculum Vitae
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    11/9/77 - Coumbis to Siegel - Pledging cooperation of his lab
    3 N
    11/10/77 - Brown to Moses - Detailing all the arrangements
    3 N
    11/10/77 - Holmstedt to Siegel - Listing materials sent SAS air freight
    3 N
    - Summary of literature on extraction of tubocararine for chemical measurement in tissues
    3 N
    - Flow sheet for extraction of tubercurarine
    3 N
    - On Bioessay
    3 N
    - On levels of tubercararine in tissues and body fluids from literature
    3 N
    - On structure, properties and tests for tubercararine
    3 N
    - WHO Analytical Report on tubocararine
    3 N
    - Fales to Holmstedt - His opinions on Finnegan spectra and Holmstedt's LDK scans
    3 N
    - List of references from Holmstedt
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    (1963) - Cohen "Quan. Data of d-tc in Body Tissues & Fluids" J. Lab & Clin. Med 62:979 /
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    (1957) - Cohen, Paulsen, Elbert "Studies of d-tc with Measurements of in human blood (Anesthesiology 18:300)
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    (1963) - Cohen "Blood-Brain Barrier to d-tc" J. Pharmacol & Exp. Therap. 141:356
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    (1963) - Cohen "Fluorescent Analysis of d-tbc HcZ" J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 61:338
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    (1973) - Crone, Smith "A Rapid Method of TLC to Aid the Identification of Quaternary Nitrogen Drugs" J. Chromotography 77:234
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    - Claude Bernared's original article in French
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    - Curare - History, Nature, Clinical Use - by McIntyre
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    (1965) - Cohen, Corbascio & Flashli "Distribution and Fate of d-tc" - J. Pharmacol. & Exp. Therap. 147:120
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    (1972) - Gibaldi, Levy and Hayton "Tubocurarine and Renal Failure" Brit. J. Anesthesia 44:163
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    (3/72) - Gibaldi, Levy and Hayton "Kinetics of the Elimination & Neuromuscular Blocking Effect of d-tbc in Men" Anesth. 36:213
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    - from Taylor's Principles & Practices of Med. Jurisprudence "Death from Reflex (Vocal) Inhibitiion" pp. 179-180
    4 Q
    Feb. 1978 - Gantner "Autopsy & the Law" Am. J. Clin. Path 69:235
    4 Q
    1953 - "The Obscure Autopsy" from Simpson "Modern Trends in Forensic Medicine"
    4 Q
    Jan. 1975 - "On the Diagnosis of Death from Acute Narcotism" Siegel, H. Pathology 7:64 (Australian Journal)
    4 Q
    5/6/1967 - "Asphyxial Death: The Roles of Acute Anoxia, Hypercarb. Acidosis" Kristofferson et al. Anesthesiology
    4 Q
    9/1978 - "Dequarternization of Curare Bases with nathrophenoxide and Ethanolomine" J. Naghauay & T.D. Soine J. Pharm. Sci. 67:1204
    4 R
    1966 - On Leucopia in Sepsis - Smith "Blood Disease of Infancy and Children" p. 467
    4 R
    - On Leucopia and Sepsis - Wintrobe - 6th ed. pp. 270-272 5th ed. 254-256 "Clinical Hematology"
    4 R
    - On Leucopia in Sepsis - Gradwohl - 7th ed. pp. 623-624 "Clinical Lab. Methods & Diagnosis"
    4 R
    - On Leucopemia in Sepsis - Sturgis "Hematology" 2nd ed. pp. 745-747
    4 R
    (1944) - Path. of Fatal Epidemic Hepatitis - Lucke - Am. J. Path. 20:471
    4 R
    (1946) - Fulminant form of Epidemic Hepatitis. Lucke & Mallory - Am. J. Path. 22:867
    4 R
    (1957) - A.L. Stead & W.H.H. Andrews "Role of Canine Liver in the Detoxicationi of D-Tubocurarine Chloride, Gallamine Triethiodide and Laudexmum (Laudamum)" Brit. J. Anaesth. 29:151-155
    4 R
    (1948) - G.M. Everett "Pharmacological Studies of d-tubocurarine and other curarine factors" J. Pharm. & Exp. Therap. 236-248
    4 S
    (1966) - Summary of National Halothane Study, Possible Assn. between halothane anesthesia and postoperative hepatic neurosis. JAMA 197:775-788
     
    More discovery from State [subseries]:
    4 S
    - List of discovery
    4 S
    - Matteo's results on 2 groups of specimens - same as (855)
    4 S
    1/28/76 - 3 printous from Matteo. Matteo's worksheets on Savino
    4 S
    - Printout by Matteo on A, C, 3, 4, 1, 2, 4, 9, 11
    4 S
    3/25/77 - Printout by Matteo -- Dal. & Baden
    4 S
    3/25/77 - Matteo's worksheet -- Dal. & Baden
    4 S
    - Printout by Matteo
    4 S
    - Printout by Matteo
    4 S
    12/12/76 - Matteo worksheet
    4 S
    - Printout by Matteo
    4 S
    - Printout by Matteo
    4 S
    - Printout by Matteo
    4 S
    4/16/76 - Printout by Matteo - Baden
    4 S
    3/25/70; 4/12/76 and 4/16/76 - Matteo worksheet - note states "Mislabeled" these are specimens of noted dates; also labeled Baden
    4 S
    - Printout by Matteo
    4 S
    4/12/76; 4/20/76; redo 4/6/76) - Printout by Matteo - Baden samples
    4 S
    - Printout by Matteo
    4 S
    4/23/76 - Matteo worksheet
    4 S
    - Front page of Matteo's workbook
    4 S
    4/28/76 - Receipt of specimens by Baden/Hoffman from Matteo
    4 S
    1/22/76 - Apparent code by DalCortivo on 7 specimens of DalCortivo
    4 S
    2/23/76 - Apparently from Matteo's "Baden notebook", dated. On specimens (1), (2), (3)
    4 S
    3/28/76 - Letter - DalCortivo to Matteo requesting analysis on vials labeled A & B
    4 S
    4/7/76 - Results on (A) & (B) - Both negative for dt c
    4 S
    3/29/76 - Receipt by Matteo of 11 specimens from Baden-Hoffman 1-5 7-12
    4 S
    3/19/76 - Letter - DalCortivo to Matteo requesting analysis on vials 3 & 4
    4 S
    4/7/76 - Results on 3 d-tc present -- 4 negative
    4 S
    3/24/76 - Results on 1, 2, 4, 9 & 11
    4 S
    - Results by Matteo of specimens x, y, z, received from Dal Cortivo
    4 S
    4/6/76 - Results on 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 B & C specimens recieved from Baden-Hoffman
    4 S
    4/12/76 - Receipt by Matteo from Baden-Hoffman of vials labeled 1 -12
    4 S
    4/16/76 - Results on specimens 1-5, 7-12 received on 3/16 and done on 3/25/76. Also labeled done 4/16/76
    4 S
    4/6/76 - Results on specimens 1-12, 14 (rec. 4/10) B & 4 from noted date
    4 S
    - Judge Arnold's ruling on motion to dismiss indictment due to loss of evidence by State
    4 S
    12/8 - Shiro to Moses - on mixup of slides Baden sent to Siegel for photomicrographs
    4 S
    12/12 - Fuerst to Moses - Request fro slides on Mesenteric cysts of Savino
    4 S
    - Meeting of Soc. For. Toxic. on trip to Nassau - including reprint of paper on pancuranium
    4 S
    11/18/77 - Rieders to DalCortivo - Receipt of tissues in Natural Medical Service Lab.
    4 S
    - Flow sheet Riders plans to use
    4 S
    11/22/77 - Receipt of tissues left in National Medical Services Lab.
    4 S
    - Table of page, specimen, file no. type of specimen, type of spectrometry - Holmstedt's Table
    4 S
    11/2/77 - List of pages sent to Rieders
    4 S
    11/26/77 - Fuerst to Chubb & Sons, Inc. - Bill for $2500
    4 S
    11/19/77 - List of tissues kept in dep freeze & brought to Rieders on noted date
    4 S
    - Rabbit experiments - also information from Mr. Flood on amount of embalming fluid used in 1 case
    4 S
    12/8/77 - More discovery from State
    4 S
    7/8/77 - Matteo's handwritten notes labeled Baden
    4 S
    8/18/77; 8/19/77 - Printout of type labeled Baden - Matteo
    4 S
    - Some more printouts from Hewlett-Packard
    4 S
    12/7/77 - Baden to Moses - Responding to questions asked by Brown on 8/22/77
    4 S
    - State's witness list
    4 S
    - Excerpt of motion before Judge Arnold
    4 S
    5/26/78 - Siegel to Brown - Causes of death as per this date
    4 S
    12/13/77 - Holmstedt to Fuerst on several matters
    4 S
    12/28/77 - Siegel to Holmstedt - List of Material being forwarded separately
    4 S
    12/22/77 - Fuerst to Moses - Lack of information by Moses et al.
    4 S
    12/23/77 - More new state discovery
    4 S
    - Statements by Morkely
    4 S
    - Statement by Foldes
    4 S
    12/23/77 - Fuerst to Holmstedt - Which includes statements by Siegel, Fales, Sunshine & Spector
    4 S
    12/19/77 - Affidavit by Baden on what is required to determine cause of death; and why the 1966 slides are not necessary
    4 S
    1/9/78 - Fuerst to Siegel - Enclosed is Mazzia's opinions
    4 S
    12/20/77 - Summary of opinions by Dr. Mazzia
    4 T
    1/13/78 - Siegel to Brown - on what is missing in the "Discovery of Toxicologic Data" rec'd from State
    4 T
    1/13/78 - Table showing the loopholes in the "Toxicologic Data Discovery" submitted by the State
    4 T
    - Copies of pages referred to in pp. 1823A - 1823P
    4 T
    - Lists of liver slides in cases of acute diffuse peritonitus from Letchworth Village
    4 T
    - Article on "Embalming Chemicals"
    4 T
    - Article on factors involved in tissue preservation
    4 T
    (7/77) - "Postmortem dating of putrified material thru ptomaine estimation" - J. For. Sci. 22:558
    4 T
    1/16/78 - Summary of Reportby Mazzia
    4 T
    1/17/78 - Report of Dr. Rieders (see Rieder's worksheets on Mass Spectrometry) [1916-1952]
    4 T
    1/10/78 - Report of Spector
    4 T
    12/19/77 & 1/11/78 - Report of Sunshine
    4 T
    - Report of Fales
    4 T
    - Report of Holmstedt
    4 T
    1/23/78 - Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - on the pathology of Savino
    4 T
    - Mazzia's Curriculum Vitae
    5 U
    - Mass Spectrometry performed at LKB Labs
    5 V
    - Matteo's dissertation on how to do RIA
    5 V
    2/1/78 - Receipt - Schiro to Siegel - Transparencies
    5 V
    2/8/78 - Letter - Siegel to Mazzia - transmitting transparencies of tops of vials & other information
    5 V
    2/8/78 - Letter - Fuerst to Siegel - Giving results of meeting with Moses on identification of specimens - answer to (1823A - 1823P)
    5 V
    1/15/78 - Letter - Willock to Baden - Her opinion that Artz, Biggs & H.P. showed curare effects
    5 V
    1/26/78 - Letter, Brief to Moses - Another "opinion" to M.J. by an opinionated young man
    5 V
    2/1/78 - Letter - Fuerst to Moses - Reminding her to check who did certain Mass Spectra; Coumbis or Beggs
    5 V
    Feb. 1978 - Table showing fate of tissues of 5 decedents from time of death to Feb. 1978
    5 V
    2/9/78 - Letter - Holmstedt to Siegel - Enclosed is piece of information that may have been overlooked in Michigan Case
    5 V
    (1933) - The piece of information - an article - Bernsteinsaure aus Leichenteilen - A. Verdino, Deutsch z Gerichtl Med. 22
    5 V
    - Translation of above
    5 V
    - Rieder's worksheets on Mass Spectrometry
    5 V
    - Letter - Manufacturer to Delaney - Given composition of various fluids & compounds used in embalming in 1966 & sending samples
    5 V
    - Containing materials used in 5 decedents
    5 V
    2/78 - Article in MLO "The Laboratory's Role in the Strange Case of Dr. X"
    5 V
    1/11/78 - Irv Sunshine's opinion
    5 V
    - Material on substances used in embalming given to Delaney by Dr. Frederick
    5 W
    2/23/78 - Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - Transmitting certain items
    5 W
    2/25/78 - Baden to Moses - Final statement on causes of death
    5 W
    2/28/78 - Letter - Moses to Fuerst - Cannibis extracted the material on which Beggs made Mass Spectra - she cannot decipher Begg's worksheet
    5 W
    2/22/78 - Letter - Foldes to Moses - His opinions on the five decedents
    5 W
    - Statement by Dr. Frederick
    5 W
    - Clinical Summary on other 8 "suspicious" cases
    5 W
    - Frederick's patent on embalming compound
    5 W
    - Mass spectra data of Rieders distributed before telephone conference
    5 W
    - Original transcript of telephone conference, Follwed by telphone conference corrected by Siegel while listening to tapes, followed by Corrections made by Holmstedt after receiving copy with corrections made by Siegel
    5 X
    - Mass Spectra at LKB on embalming materials
    5 Y
    - Summary of report on embalming materials analyzed at LKB - as given to H. Fuerst
    5 Y
    3/7/78 - Letter - Fuerst to Moses - Control slides available in Dr. Siegel's office
    5 Y
    3/10/78 - Letter, Frederick to Delaney - Giving reference to Bacterium in soil which breaks down d-tbc
    5 Y
    - The chemical abstract referred to in 2074
    5 Y
    - The original article (German) referred to in 2074 - 2075
    5 Y
    - Article by same author on microbiological destruction of atropine, hyocyanin, etc.
    5 Y
    - Effect of embalming fluids on detection of DTC by TLC by F. Rieders
    5 Y
    3/31/78 - Rieders to Brown - Letter - Why MS could not be done at Jefferson till now to include printouts - We have printouts on Savino and data from CRT screen on other 4 cases
    5 Y
    3/31/78 - Rieders to Brown - Letter - Conclusions drawn from TLC experiments dealing with DTC & embalming fluids
    5 Y
    - on mesenteric cysts
    5 Y
    - On peritonitis
    5 Y
    - Photograph of thin layer chromoto grams referred to in 2079
    5 Y
    - Photocopy of control OTC TLC
    5 Y
    - Transcript of trial - includes Brown's intention to seek motion to exclude tests because of "scientific uncertainty"
    5 Y
    - Umberger's lab report of 1967 on tests of items in M.J.'s locker
    5 Y
    4/12/78 - Letter - Siegel to DalCortivo - transmitting TLC chromatograms done by Rieder's on effect of embalming fluids on DTC
    5 Y
    3/22/78 - Letter - Moses to Brown - Affirming in writing that Rieders told DalCortivo that embalming fluid was put directly in MS machine without prior treatment
    5 Y
    3/29/78 - Letter - Holmstedt to Siegel
    5 Y
    4/16/78 - Letter - Fuerst to defense experts - include in 4/16/78 written reports everything you intend to testify to.
    5 Y
    4/11/78 - Letter - Frederick to Delaney - on sloppy chemical techniques of pathologists at the autopsy table.
    5 Y
    4/23/78 - Letter - Siegel to Fuerst - on which of Holmstedt's materials to give to prosecution
    5 Y
    - Mass spectra done by Rieders at Jefferson
    5 Y
    - Newspaper article where Baden admits numerous errors in amending death certificates
    5 Y
    4/22/78 - Telephone conversation between Holmstedt, Rieders, Brown, Siegel on noted date
    5 Y
    - Code of transparencies made of five decedents
    5 Y
    - List of cases Baden signed out essentially as fatty liver
    5 Y
    - Simplified explanation of M.S. by Holmstedt
     
    New discovery submitted by state [subseries]:
    5 Y
    - List
    5 Y
    - Memo - Coumbis to Moses - giving list of new discovery & explanation of some old
    5 Y
    - RIA printout - Savino eye, Artz eye
    5 Y
    - RIA key & printout - Savino liver; Biggs liver, Artz liver; exhumed embalmed liver
    5 Y
    - Hewlett Packard's explanation of some Mass Spectra on Artz & Biggs
    5 Y
    - RIA Key & printout - Savino liver; Rohrbeck brain; Biggs liver; Artz lung; Pearson spinal cord; decomposed liver extract
    5 Y
    - TLC & Paper Chromotography explanation for lawyers
    5 Z
    5/30/78 - Siegel to Brown - I am prepared to testify on validity of experiments of Dr. M.J. and causes of death
     
    On motion for hearing by defense on admissiblity of certain toxicological tests [subseries]:
    5 Z
    - Affadavit by Brown
    5 Z
    - Brief in support of motion - statement of facts
    5 Z
    - Argument that Court should grant hearing
    5 Z
    - UV absorpt spect. TLC, RIA & HPLC should be barred
    5 Z
    - Baden's affadavit to exhume
    5 Z
    - Rieder's letter explaining his experiments
    5 Z
    - Rieder's affadavit (see 1832-1839)
    5 Z
    - Holmstedt's affidavit (see 1847-1848)
    5 Z
    - Freimuth affidavit
    5 Z
    - Hirsch affidavit
    5 Z
    - Paparo affidavit
    5 Z
    - Bucklin affidavit
    5 Z
    - Stillman affidavit
    5 Z
    - Sunshime affidavit - see (1966) (1841-1843)
    5 Z
    - Letters & Sample affidavits sent to forensic pathologists & toxicologists
    5 Z
    - Brief by State in opposition to hearing on admissibility of HPLC & RIA
    5 Z
    6/5/78 - Letter - Rieder to Brown - On contents of conversation with Dr. DalCortivo
    5 Z
    - Photographs of TLC experiments showing effects of tissues juices of decedents on d-TBC by Rieders (for comparison see 2079 2081-2083 - 2083A)
    5 Z
    - Negatives of 2081-2083 and 2108A-2108F
    5 Z
    6/19/78 - Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - general letter
    5 Z
    6/7/78 - Letter - Fales to Fuerst - Comments on recent HP Spectra
    5 Z
    6/21/78 - Letter - Frederick to Delaney - On Rieder's testimony at hearing
    5 Z
    - Coumbis' prelim. studies on embalming fluid using RIA
    5 Z
    - Begg's opinion of mass spectra on Savino, Biggs, & Artz as per Moses
    5 Z
    - More state discovery rec'd 6/28/78 (2117-2118 Mass Spectra)
    5 Z
    - Begg's worksheet's - mass spectra
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7647 - Savino lung
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7651 - Biggs brain
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7652 - Biggs liver
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7654 - Artz brain
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7657 - Artz lung
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7847 - Artz liver
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7800 - Biggs liver
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7851 - Artz liver
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7855 - Biggs liver
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7856
    5 Z
    - Begg (Hewlett-Packard) Mass Spectrum - FRN 7858 - liver
    5 Z
    6/28/78 - More State discovery - List of noted date
    5 Z
    - Coumbis extraction method prior to Begg (Hewlett-Packard) mass spectra
    5 Z
    - List of cases sent by Coumbis to Begg (Hewlett-Packard)
    5 Z
    6/28/78 - Additional spectra recorded from Begg
    5 Z
    - List of embalmed & exhumed cases handled by N.J. Med. Ex. Off.
    5 Z
    - Key - Name of 5 decedents & corresponding case nos. for Begg (Hewlett Packard) spectra
    5 Z
    6/27/78 - Letter - Holmstedt to Rieders - Analysis of available mass spectra from Begg (Hewlett-Packard)
    5 Z
    7/4/78 - Letter - Siegel to Holmstedt - Bringing him up to date
    5 Z
    - Henry Fales analysis of Hewlett-Packard mass spectra
    5 Z
    - Tabulation of Hewlett Packard spectra
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 675, Savino - Subcutis x100 '76 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 300, Savino - Heart x450 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 573, Artz - Heart x25 '76 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 321, Savino - Liver x450 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 509, Savino - Spleen x100 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 325, Savino - liver x250 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 555, Biggs - Liver x450 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 525, Savino - Adrenal x25 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 483, Savino - Kidney x25 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 483A Savino - Kidney - glass slide
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 629, Artz - Heart x25 '76 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 478, Savino - Kidney x25 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 297, Savino - Heart x250 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 337, Savino - Brain x250 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 684, Savino - skin and subcutis x25 '76 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 291, Savino - Heart x100 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 449, Savino - Lung x25 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 375, Savino - Lung x100 '66 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 649, Savino - small intestine x26 '76 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 660, Savino - Small intestine x100 '76 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 667, Savino - small intestine x25 '76 autopsy
    6 AA
    2166 - Color print and negative of PS 702, Savino - Liver x100 '76 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 678, Savino - skin & subcutis x250 '76 autopsy
    6 AA
    - Color print and negative of PS 696, Savino - Liver x250 '76 autopsy
    6 AB
    7/22/78 - Tel. conversation - Rieders, Siegel, Brown & Fuerst
    6 AB
    7/25/78 - Siegel to Holmstedt - general letter
    6 AB
    5/30/78 - Holmstedt to Yalow - Asking her to help defense
    6 AB
    - List of transparencies shown in court
    6 AB
    - List of H.S. expenditures
    6 AB
    - Final draft of Savino hypothetical for Mazzia
    6 AB
    - Final draft of Biggs hypothetical for Mazzia
    6 AB
    - Final draft of Rohrbeck hypothetical for Mazzia
    6 AB
    - Savino hypothetical for Siegel
    6 AB
    - Correspondence between Moses, Facelle, Fuerst re: Siegel
    6 AB
    - Notes taken on Mazzia's testimony in court by H. Siegel
    6 AB
    - Notes taken on Holmstedt's testimony in court by H. Siegel
    6 AB
    - Notes taken during Rieders testimony in court by H. Siegel
    6 AB
    - Preliminary hypothetical prepared on Artz for H. Siegel
    6 AB
    - Preliminary hypothetical prepared on Henderson for H. Siegel
    6 AB
    - Notes taken at Stockholm meeting with Siegel, Rieders, Holmstedt
    6 AB
    - Mortality data at Riverdell Hospital
    6 AB
    - Letter by Jascavalich jury requesting M.J. be given his license
    6 AB
    2/20/79 - Letters from H. Siegel to A. Stollman, H. Freimuth, I. Shunshine, R. Bucklin, L. Hirsch, G. Paparo outlining results of trial & sending them copies of affidavits & key experiments
    6 AB
    Jan. 7, 8, 1976 - N.Y. Times articles on Curare Deaths under line by Myron Farber
    6 AB
    July 1979 - Hall-Hirsch, Anal. Chem. 51:812A (July 1979) "Detection of Curare in the Jascalevich Murder Trial"
     
    Mass spectra received from B. Holmstedt (see 249-256), 3/1/80 [subseries]:
    6 AB
    - Tubocurarine
    6 AB
    - Tubocurarine
    6 AB
    - Extract liver - Artz
    6 AB
    - Extract liver - Savino
    6 AB
    - Extract liver - Savino
    6 AB
    1982 - On tubocurarine in Martindale "The Extra Pharmacopoeia" 28th ed.
    6 AB
    (1977) - R.S. Matteo, E.K> pipa, H.J. Khambatta and S. Spector
    6 AB
    Nov. 1949 - A.R. Kelly and F.E. Shideman "The relative role of the liver and kidneys in the detoxication of a standardized curare preparation (Intocostrin)" J. Pharm. & Exp. Therap. 97:293-300
    6 AB
    (1950) - W.C. North and R.K. Richards. "Studies on the fate of curare in teh rabbit" Exp. Med. & Surg. 8:336-345
    6 AB
    (1978) - J.A. Naghaway & Taito O. Sorne "Dequarternization of curare bases with sodium thiophenoxide and ethanolamine." J. Pharm Sci. 67:1204-1208
    6 AB
    (1977) - A.M. Betcher "The civilizing of curare: The history of its development and introduction into anesthesiology anes. and anal." Curr. Researches 56:305-319
    6 AB
    - On Pulmonary Edema in Robbins and Angell "Basic Pathology" 2nd ed. pp. 819-821
    6 AB
    (1963) - Marnibi, G. and Marozzi, E. "Suicidio mediante injezione endovenosa di kemital e d-tubocurarina" Rev. Med. Log. legal San 5:4-14
    6 AB
    - Hypothetical on Biggs for Siegel
    6 AB
    - Hypothetical on Rohrbeck for Siegel
    6/7 AC - AJ
    - Court testimony of Dr. Richard Coumbis - Toxicologist for the State
    7 AK-AM
    - Court testimony of Dr. Sidney Spector for State on RIA
    7/8 AN - AAB
    - Court testimony of Dr. Frederic Rieders - Toxicologist for the defense
    9/10 AAC-AAN
    - Court testimony of Dr. Henry Siegel - Pathologist for the Defense
    10 AAO-AAS
    - Court testimony of Dr. Henry Siegel, pathologist for the defense
    10 AAT-AAW
    - Court testimony of Prof. Bo Holmstedt - Toxicologist for the Defense
    10/11 AAX - AAZ
    - Court Testimony of Dr. Leo DalCortivo - Toxicologist for the Prosecution
    11 BAA-DAA
    - Court testimony of Michael Baden - Pathologist for the Prosecution
    11 LAA-MAA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Valentino Mazzia - Anesthesiologist for the defense
    13 OAA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Frank Foldes - Anesthesiologist for Prosecution
    15 PAA
    - Court testimony of Dr. David Beggs - Mass Spectra expert for Prosecution
    15 PAA
    5/5/78 - Judge's decision on statements made by defendent 2/4/76 and 3/3/76 to prosecutor
    15 QAA
    - Court testimony of Myron Faber, investigative reporter for N.Y. Times
    15 RAA
    8/1/78 - Judge's decision on exclusion of Artz and Henderson for consideration by jury
    15 SAA
    - Judge's decision after hearing on admissibility of tests used by State's experts to detect curare 6/30/78
    15 TAA
    10/23/78 - Judge's charge to the jury
    15 UAA
    - Court testimony by A. Stoholski and E.G. Arons on evidence found in defendent's locker in hospital
    15 WAA
    10/19/78 - Summation by defense attorney
    15 XAA
    - On statement made by defendent to prosecutor on Nov. 11, 1966
    16 YAA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecution
    16 ZAA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecution
    16 ABA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecution
    16 ACA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecution
    16 ADA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecution
    16 AEA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecution
    17 AFA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecution
    17 AGA
    - Court testimony of Dr. Allan Lans, osteopathic physician, part-owner and member of Board of Directors of hospital where deaths occured, witness of prosecution