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Series I: Personal and Biographical, 1939-1999 [series]:

This series contains materials related to the personal life of Martin Rodbell. This series is divided into five subseries, containing biographical materials, writings by Rodbell, non-professional correspondence, documents related to Rodbell's forty year career with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other articles about Rodbell. Apart from an assortment of family letters, the series is surprisingly thin on Rodbell's early life and career. There is, however, a good deal of information about his activities during the 1980s and 1990s. These personal materials also give the researcher good information on Rodbell's numerous appointments, directorships, and organizational affiliations, which are further described in the professional affiliations series.

The first subseries contains biographical materials such as pages from Rodbell's 1939 diary (the original kept in box 26), curricula vitae, family information, and a 1998 memorial service booklet outlining his life. The second subseries features some of Rodbell's writings, including his Ph.D. dissertation, various poems (including his 1994 Nobel Prize poem), and a 1995 book chapter. The next subseries includes various personal correspondence from family, friends, and colleagues. Some of the authors of these materials are unidentified and the topics are clearly of a non-professional or social nature. As Rodbell was associated with the NIH (including the NIEHS), the fourth subseries chronicles some of his NIH appointments, programs, research projects, and laboratory activities. This subseries also contains some of Rodbell's personnel and budgetary materials. The final subseries is a brief collection of articles about Rodbell, featuring a scholarly article in Science about Rodbell's work with the regulators of G proteins.

 
I.1 Biographical Materials, 1939-1999 [subseries]:
1 1
Photocopy of Rodbell's Diary, 1939
26
Original Rodbell Diary (housed in a protective book box), 1939
1 2
Curricula vitae, 1964-1997
1 3
Rodell Family Genealogy
1 4
Salomon/Blumenfeld Relationship chart, [no date]
1 5
Rodbell Biographical Sketch, [no date]
1 6
Who's Who Correspondence, 1992-1997
1 7
"Memories of Marty" Memorial Service [booklet], 12 February 1999
1 8
A Tribute to Martin Rodbell, Symposium, NIH, 5 November 1999
 
I.2 Writings by Rodbell [subseries]:
1 9
"Some Aspects of Lecithin Metabolism in the Liver," Ph.D. diss., University of Washington, 1954
1 10
Poems and Essays, 1964-1997
1 11
Poems and Essays, [no date]
1 12
Chapter in a book honoring Albert Renold, 1995
 
I.3 Personal Correspondence [subseries]:
1 13
"Six Days War" Manuscript, 1967
1 14
Letters to Marty and Barbara, 1971-1975
1 15
Correspondence with Children, 1971-1982
1 16
Rodbell Letter describing European trip, 1988
1 17
Letters from Andras Spat, 1991
1 18
Raymond Kaempfer essay, "The Opera Fans: A Story of Survival,", 1998
1 19
"Portrait of a School," Manuscript, [no date]
1 20
Party Invitations to the Rodbell Home, 13 August [no year]
 
I.4 National Institutes of Health (NIH) including the National Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) [subseries]:
 
Apointments and Programs [subseries]:
1 21
NIAMD Assembly of Scientists, 12 March 1964
1 22
Notes from NIH meeting of scientists, 24-25 April 1970
1 23
Scientific Director of NIEHS, 1984-1988
1 24
Rodbell draft of "Actual Achievements" at NIEHS, 1986
1 25
NIH Scholars Advisor Panel, 30 June 1988
1 26
Recommendation for Creation of a Senior Biomedical Research Service, 20 July 1988
1 27
Intramural Research Program, 1993
1 28
NIEHS Scientist Emeritus, 1993-1994
1 29
NIH Senior Executive Service, 1994
1 30
NIH Alumni Association, 1994-1995
 
Research Projects [subseries]:
1 31
1958-1964
1 32
1965-1979
1 33
1997-1998
 
Laboratory Work [subseries]:
1 34
Laboratory Requisition Forms, 1961-1962
1 35
Lists of Rodbell's lab workers, 1969-1984
1 36
Applicants for Rodbell's lab, 1965-1996
 
Personal and Budgetary [subseries]:
2 1
Rodbell Personnel Files, 1961-1967
2 2
Rodbell Personnel Files, 1981-1993
2 3
Budget Reports, 1989-1992
2 4
Budget Reports, 1993
2 5
Budget Reports, 1994-1995
2 6
Budget Reports, 1996
2 7
Budget Reports, 1997
2 8
Budget Reports, 1998
 
I.5 Articles about Martin Rodbell [subseries]:
2 9
NIH Record, 1970-1994
2 10
NIEHS Environmental Factor, 1985-1994
2 11
Leader: Magazine of the Triangle, 1989-1990
Oversize
Leader: Magazine of the Triangle, 1989-1990
1 12
Science, 26 February 1999
2 13
Miscellaneous Clippings, 1980-1991
 
Series II: Correspondence, 1961-1998 [series]:

This series of professional correspondence is divided into two subseries to represent Rodbell's own filing system. The first subseries is arranged by year and covers 1961 through 1998. The material primarily consists of letters between Rodbell and various scientists and organizations. The second subseries is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name. Most of the individuals listed were Rodbell's students or colleagues in search of professional advice or recommendations. Both subseries primarily contain professional letters, but there are also a handful of postcards.

Within folders, the materials are arranged chronologically, with stapled "packets" of correspondence ordered by the date on the top letter. Despite Rodbell's filing separation by year and by individual, there is some overlap and no name index of correspondents exists. Therefore, researchers searching for correspondence from specific individuals should consult both subseries.

 
II.1 Arranged By Year, 1961-1998 [subseries]:
2 14
1961
2 15
1962
2 16
1963
2 17
1964, January-April
2 18
1964, May-August
2 19
1964, September-December
2 20
1965, January-March
2 21
1965, April
2 22
1965, May-October
2 23
1965, November-December
2 24
1966, January-July
2 25
1966, August-December
3 1
1967, January-March
3 2
1967, April-August
3 3
1967, September-October
3 4
1967, November-December
3 5
1968, January-March
3 6
1968, April-August
3 7
1968, September-December
3 8
1969, January-July
3 9
1969, August-December
3 10
1970, January-July
3 11
1970, August-December
3 12
1971, January-July
3 13
1971, August-December
3 14
1972, January-April
3 15
1972, May-September
3 16
1972, October-December
3 17
1973, January-May
3 18
1973, July-December
3 19
1974
3 20
1975, January-April
3 21
1975, May-July
3 22
1975, August-December
3 23
1976, January-May
3 24
1976, July-December
4 1
1977, February-July
4 2
1977, August-December
4 3
1978, February-April
4 4
1978, July-December
4 5
1979
4 6
1980, January-April
4 7
1980, May-August
4 8
1980, September-October
4 9
1980, November-December
4 10
1981, January-May
4 11
1981, July-September
4 12
1981, October-December
4 13
1982, January-July
4 14
1982, August-December
4 15
1983, January-May
4 16
1983, June-November
4 17
1984, January-July
4 18
1984, August-October
5 1
1984, November-December
5 2
1985, January-March
5 3
1985, April-September
5 4
1985, October-December
5 5
1986, January-May
5 6
1986, June-September
5 7
1986, October-November
5 8
1986, December
5 9
1987, January-March
5 10
1987, April-June
5 11
1987, July-September
5 12
1987, October-December
5 13
1988-1992
5 14
1993, January-April
5 15
1993, May-June
5 16
1993, July-September
6 1
1993, October-November
6 2
1993, December
6 3
1994, January-March
6 4
1994, April-September
6 5
1994, October-November
6 6
1994, December
6 7
1995, January
6 8
1995, February-April
6 9
1995, May-June
6 10
1995, July-October
6 11
1995, November-December
6 12
1996, January
6 13
1996, February-March
6 14
1996, April-June
6 15
1996, July-October
7 1
1996, November-December
7 2
1997, January-April
7 3
1997, May-December
7 4
1998, January-April
7 5
1998, May-October
7 6
Miscellaneous Cards, [no date]
 
II.2 Arranged by Name, 1966-1998 [subseries]:
7 7
Birnbaumer, Lutz, 1966-1967
7 8
Birnbaumer, Lutz, 1968-1970
7 9
Birnbaumer, Lutz, 1971-1975
7 10
Cooper, Dermot, M. F., 1980-1998
7 12
Corda, Daniela, 1992
7 13
Coulter, Sherry, 1985-1993
7 14
Fritz, Irving B., 1988
7 15
Gajdusek, Carleton, 1995-1997
7 16
Hanahan, Donald J., 1969
7 17
Haraguchi, Kazutaka, 1983-1991
7 18
Harwood, James, 1970-1976
7 19
Horuk, Richard, [no date]
7 20
Jahangeer, Saleem, 1990-1994
8 1
Krans, Hendrik Michiel Jan, 1968-1969
8 2
Krug, Eva, 1982-1983
8 3
Krug, Eva, 1984-1986
8 4
Krug, Eva, 1984-1986
8 5
Krug, Eva, 1989-1990
8 6
Krug, Eva, 1991-1998
8 7
Krug, Eva, [no date]
8 8
Lad, Pramod M., 1976-1991
8 9
Lakso, Merja, [no date]
8 10
Letarte, Jacques, 1967
8 11
Low, Hans, 1970-1978
8 12
Loyter, Abraham, 1972
8 13
Martin, Bruce, 1972-1975
8 14
Morris, Steve, 1993
8 15
Nagai, Katsuya, 1991
8 16
Nakamura, Sun-ichi, 1988-1992
8 17
Neer, Eva, 1995-1997
8 18
Newby, Andrew, 1977-1979
8 19
Newby, Andrew, 1977-1979
8 20
Newby, Andrew, 1980-1988
8 21
Nielson, Thor, 1981-1984
8 22
Parker, John C., 1993
8 23
Pohl, Stephen L., 1966-1979
8 24
Price, David, 1993
8 25
Putney, James W., Jr., 1997
8 26
Racker, Efraim, 1985
8 27
Rendell, Marc, 1977
8 28
Ribeiro-Neto, Fernando, 1988-1997
8 29
Rubalcava, Boanerges, 1970-1983
9 1
Salomon, Yoram, 1975-1978
9 2
Salomon, Yoram, 1979
9 3
Salomon, Yoram, 1980-1993
9 4
Schlegel, Werner, 1980
9 5
Schramm, Michael, 1967-1969
9 6
Schramm, Michael, 1970-1976
9 7
Schramm, Michael, 1977-1980
9 8
Sharma, Rameshwar, 1995-1998
9 9
Sjoquist, John, 1990
9 10
Spat, Andres, 1991-1992
9 11
Toll, Amitis, [no date]
9 12
Udrisar, Daniel, 1987-1990
9 13
Wachsman, Joseph, 1987
9 14
Welton, Ann, 1978
9 15
Wright, David, 1981
9 16
Yamamura, Hirohei, 1975-1981
 
Series III: Professional Affiliations, 1963-1998 [series]:

This series consists of materials related to Rodbell's affiliation with various professional and scientific organizations. Divided into two subseries, the first part, arranged alphabetically, consists of Rodbell's correspondence with professional organizations, special programs, research projects, and universities. As an active scholar and scientist Rodbell was elected to many professional organizations, and this subseries contains correspondence files on the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Sciences. These files also contain printed matter with some correspondence related to organizations (e.g. The Institute for Genomic Research) and projects (e.g. Manzanar) with which MR was involved. Within this first subseries there are also some files (with very little information) on Rodbell's adjunct professorships. The second subseries highlights Rodbell's membership as an editorial board member for several scholarly scientific journals including Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and Metabolism. Files in this subseries consist of Rodbell's peer reviews, but are restricted because of their sensitive nature. These materials reflect Rodbell's professional activities and memberships outside the NIH.

 
III.1 Organizations, Programs, and Universities [subseries]:
9 17
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1993-1996
9 18
Baltimore City College Reunion, 1993
9 19
Banbury Center, Trends in Biochemical Sciences article, 1997
9 20
Belgium Royal Academy of Medicine, 1991
9 21
Breakthrough: Television's Journal of Science and Medicine, 1997
9 22
CaroTech, L.L.C., 1998
9 23
Duke University, Department of Cell Biology, 1989-1991
9 24
Exploris Learning Center, 1996
9 25
Georgetown University, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, 1976
9 26
Inspire Pharmaceuticals, 1995-1997
10 1
Johns Hopkins University, 1995-1998
10 2
Johns Hopkins University 50th Reunion Committee, 1996-1998
10 3
Johns Hopkins University 50th Reunion Fundraising, 1996-1998
 
Manzanar Project [subseries]:
10 4
Correspondence, 1987-1997
10 5
Proposals, 1996
10 6
Brochures and Clippings [part 1]
10 7
Brochures and Clippings [part 2]
10 8
Brochures and Clippings [part 3]
10 9
Minority Culture Awareness Day Program, NIEHS, 1985
 
National Academy of Sciences (NAS) [subseries]:
10 10
Correspondence, 1988-1996
10 11
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Information for Contributors, 1987-1998
10 12
Voting and Balloting, 1992-1997
10 13
NIEHS, Environmental Health Perspectives, 1992-1993
10 14
Principal Investigators, Rodbell Profile, 1997
10 15
Smith, Kline, and French Laboratories, 1985
 
The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) [subseries]:
10 16
Correspondence, 1992-1993
10 17
Correspondence, 1994
10 18
Correspondence, 1996-1998
11 1
Meetings and Minutes, 1993-1998
11 2
Financial Information, 1993-1998
11 3
Articles and Clippings, 1992-1998
11 4
Profiles of Employees
11 5
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 1988-1996
11 6
Virginia Commonwealth University, 1993-1996
 
III.2 Martin Rodbell Peer Reviews [subseries]:  [Restricted]
11 7
Peer Reviews, 1963-1998
11 8
Peer Reviews, [no date]
 
Series IV: Conferences and Travel, 1965-1998 [series]:

This series covers Rodbell's extensive professional travel and speaking engagements. Divided into two subseries to reflect Rodbell's filing system, materials consist of correspondence, programs, travel itineraries, and other ephemera related to conferences and presentations. The first subseries, arranged chronologically, contains files on specific conferences attended by Rodbell. These materials are strongest in the late-1970s and late-1990s, but provide a good understanding of the busy lecture schedule kept by Rodbell. A few files are accompanied by large posters from the event (kept with the oversize materials), and contained photographs which were moved to the photographic series. The smaller second subseries contains more general travel files, covering an array of professional trips, personal travel, and materials relating to various lectures attended by Rodbell during the late-1970s and 1980s. Unfortunately, this series contains few of Rodbell's conference papers, remarks, or reflections. Apart from Rodbell's 1994 Nobel Prize trip to Sweden (contained in the Nobel Prize, honorary degrees and other awards series), this series chronicles his professional activities as a lecturer, moderator, and conference attendee.

 
IV.1 Conferences Attended by Martin Rodbell, 1965-1998 [subseries]:
11 9
Protides of the Biological Fluids Conference, Belgium, April-May 1965
11 10
Gordon Research Conferences, June-September 1965
11 11
Institute de Biochemie Clinique, Geneva, 1967-1968
11 12
Gordon Research Conference on Hormone Action, New Hampshire, 14-18 July 1969
11 13
Hormones and Regulation of Cellular Metabolism Conference, India, 1-9 November 1971
11 14
Society of Biological Chemists Meeting, May 1972
11 15
International Titisee Conference, Germany, 27-31 March 1974
11 16
Colloquium for the Institute of Molecular Biology and Biophysics, Zurich, 1 April 1974
11 17
Australian Biochemical Society Lectures, May 1974
11 18
Advances in Glucagon Research Conference, Santa Ynez Valley, California, 13-16 October 1974
11 19
Gordon Conference on Hormone Action, Santa Barbara, California, January 1977
11 20
New York Academy of Science Lecture, New York City, 25 October 1977
11 21
Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences Lecture Series, NIH, 1 December 1977
11 22
ICN Pharmaceuticals Conference, UCLA, February-March 1978
11 23
Cardiovascular Research Institute Conference, San Francisco, 12-16 March 1978
11 24
University of Wisconsin Lecture, 16-18 March 1978
11 25
Nobel Symposium 42, Stockholm, 8-10 June 1978
11 26
Workshop on Cellular Regulations, NIH, 19-21 October 1978
11 27
SUNY Buffalo Lecture, March 1979
11 28
Les Houches Lectures, France,, 30 July-30 August 1979
11 29
Fogarty International Center Conference on Enzymes and Proteins, 22-24 October 1979
11 30
Hormones and Cell Regulation Conference, Brussels, October 1979
11 31
Rutgers Medical School Lecture, 17 January 1980
11 32
Brandeis University Lecture, 30-31 January 1980
11 33
Symposium on Molecular Endocrinology, UCLA-Riverside, 27-29 March 1980
12 1
Neuroscience Research Program, Boston, 7-10 May 1980 [part 1]
12 2
Neuroscience Research Program, Boston, 7-10 May 1980 [part 2]
12 3
American Society of Biological Chemists Symposium, New Orleans, 4 June 1980
12 4
Symposium on Cell Membranes, Geneva, 20 June-21 July 1980
12 5
Conference on Cyclic Nucleotides, Brussels, 22-26 July 1980
12 6
Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) Meeting, Jerusalem, 24-29 August 1980
12 7
Membrane Center Lecture, Yale University, 4 February 1981
12 8
University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Baltimore, 10 February 1981
12 9
Swiss Union of the Experimental Biology Societies Meeting, Lausanne, Switzerland, 27 March 1981
12 10
University of Pennsylvania Lecture, Philadelphia, 9 April 1981
12 11
Vanderbilt University Lecture, Nashville, 23 April 1981
12 12
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Lecture, 23 April 1981
12 13
Dartmouth University Lecture, 6 May 1981
12 14
Hormones and Cyclic Nucleotides Conference, Stockholm, 24-26 May 1981
12 15
Action of Insulin Symposium, Gottingen, Germany, 11-12 May 1983
12 16
Conference on Cyclic Nucleotides, Milan, 27 June-1 July 1983
12 17
University of Toronto Seminar, 24 October 1984
12 18
Hormone Research Meeting, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, 9 November 1986
12 19
Bordetella pertussis Workshop, Hamilton, Montana, 18-20 August 1988
12 20
Diabetes Federation Congress, Sydney, Australia, 20-25 November 1988
12 21
Nobel Conference, Stockholm, 6-8 September 1989
12 22
Receptors Conference, Israel, 7-10 October 1990
12 23
Symposium on Cellular Endocrinology, Lake Placid, New York, 26-29 September 1991
12 24
Schueler Lecture in Pharmacology, Tulane University, 16-18 February 1991
12 25
Louis S. Harris Seminar in the Neurosciences, Virginia Medical College, 7 December 1993
12 26
National Advisory NIEHS Council Meeting, 23-24 May 1994 [part 1]
12 27
National Advisory NIEHS Council Meeting, 23-24 May 1994 [part 2]
12 28
Nobel Symposium, Brussels, 12 January 1995
12 29
Edmund Fischer Lecture, University of Washington, 9 March 1995
12 30
Robert O. Scow Symposium, NIH, 6 April 1995
12 31
Koppanyi Lecture, Georgetown University, 5 May 1995
12 32
Symposium in Honor of Martin Rodbell, NIH, 11 May 1995
12 33
Signal Transduction Symposium, Northwestern University, 16 May 1995
12 34
Symposium on Biomedical Science, University of Michigan, 19 May 1995
13 1
Salute to Excellence Weekend, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1-3 June 1995
26
Two name tags, Martin Rodbell and Barbara Rodbell, for Salute to Excellence Weekend, Williamsburg, VA, 1-3 June 1995
13 2
European Congress of Pharmacology Lecture, Milan, Italy, 19 June 1995
13 3
Sigma Diagnostics Dinner Lecture, St. Louis, 23 August 1995
13 4
Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association Lecture, Baltimore, 14 September 1995
13 5
Belgium Royal Academy of Medicine Lectures, September 1995
13 6
Johns Hopkins University Reception, 6 October 1995
13 7
Obesity Meeting, Baton Rouge, 14 October 1995
13 8
Distinguished Lecture in Biomedicine, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, 17 October 1995
13 9
Mt. Sinai Medical School Lecture Series, New York City, 11 October 1995
13 10
Barcelona International Congress, 2-4 November 1995 [part 1]
13 11
Barcelona International Congress, 2-4 November 1995 [part 2]
13 12
University of Seville Lecture, 14 November 1995
13 13
Congress of Italian Scientists, Naples, 6-7 December 1995
13 14
Steinberg-Wylie Lecture, University of Maryland at Baltimore, 11 December 1995
13 15
Wyeth-Ayerst, Women's Health Research Institute Presentation, Philadelphia, 15 February 1996
13 16
Avery Steelman Lecture, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 11-12 March 1996
13 17
Virginia Medical College Symposium, Richmond, 18 March 1996
13 18
American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) Lecture, Washington, D.C., 14-17 April 1996
13 19
Nelson J. Leonard Distinguished Lecturer, University of Illinois, Urbana, 18-19 April 1996
13 20
University of Maryland at Baltimore, Biochemistry Lecture, 20 May 1996
13 21
Evolution of the Receptor Concept Conference, Geneva, 13 June 1996
13 22
Jacques Monod Conference, INSERM, France, 24-28 June 1996
13 23
Meeting of Nobel Laureates, Lindau, 1-5 July 1996
26
Circular medallion "Tagungen der Nobelpreistrager Lindau", [ca. 1996]
14 1
Biology of Phagocytes Conference, Pavia, Italy, 4-7 September 1996
14 2
Adrenergic Mechanisms Conference, Portugal, 22-25 September 1996
14 3
Regulation of Enzyme Activity Symposium, Indianapolis, 30 September-1 October 1996
14 4
World Congress of Pathology, Budapest, 20-25 October 1996
14 5
McLean Lectures, Baylor University, 23 January 1997
14 6
Department of Energy Workshop, San Antonio, March 1997
14 7
Markey Lecture, Johns Hopkins University, 16 April 1997
14 8
Lancers Boys Club Lecture, Baltimore, 18 April 1997
14 9
Smith Kline Beehcam Pharmaceuticals Lecture, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 6 May 1997
14 10
World Conference on Inflammation, Geneva, 19-21 May 1997
14 11
Thomas H. Maren Lecture, Mt. Desert Isle Laboratory, Salsbury Cove, Maine, July 1997
14 12
Medical Scientist Lecture Series, University of California, Irvine, July 1997
14 13
North Carolina Academy of Science Lecture, Durham, August 1997
14 14
Marine Biology Conference, Italy, 22-29 September 1997
14 15
East Carolina University, Medical School Lecture, Greenville, North Carolina, 6 October 1997
14 16
DeWitt Stetton, Jr. Symposium, NIH, 8 October 1997
14 17
Charles H. Best Lecture, University of Toronto, 17-19 October 1997
14 18
Geever Lecture, University of Illinois, Chicago, 20 October 1997
14 19
Puerto Rico Medical Association Lecture, San Juan, 7 November 1997
14 20
"Ten Nobels for the Future" Seminar, Milan, Italy, 5-7 December 1997
14 21
Receptor Biology Roundtable, Massachusetts, 5-7 December 1997
14 22
NIDDK Symposium on International Cooperation in Research, NIH, 27 March 1998
14 23
Dakin Lecture, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, April 1998
14 24
Congress of Molecular Medicine, Berlin, 6-9 May 1998
14 25
International Congress of the Worldwide Hungarian Medical Academy, Budapest, 27-29 August 1998
14 26
Symposium Honoring Michiel Krans, Leiden, 30 October 1998
14 27
International Second Messengers and Phosphoproteins Conference, Jerusalem, Israel, November 1998
14 28
Rodbell Lecture Series, NIH, 16 November 1998
 
IV.2 General Travel Files, 1971-1991 [subseries]:
15 1
Travel, 1971-1974
15 2
Travel, 1975
15 3
Travel, 1976
15 4
Travel, 1977
15 5
Travel, 1978-1979
15 6
Travel, 1980-1981
15 7
Travel, 1982
15 8
Travel, 1983
15 9
Travel, 1984
15 10
Travel, 1985
15 11
Travel, 1986
15 12
Travel, 1987
15 13
Travel, 1988-1991
 
Series V: Laboratory Work and Research Publications, 1965-1997 [series]:

As a lifelong scientist Rodbell was a prolific researcher and writer. This series, divided into five subseries, consists of Rodbell's laboratory work and extensive research publications. The first subseries, arranged chronologically, contains the contents of eight laboratory notebooks from 1965 to 1976, a 1966 experiment on adenyl assay, and a file of 1971 experiment results. These important files record a number of G-protein experiments done by various scientists in Rodbell's laboratory. These experiments document the discovery of signal transduction. Mostly consisting of graphs and scientific findings these notebooks feature some charts drawn by Rodbell, and other scientific findings that led to the discovery of GTP (guanosine triphosphate) and the role of G-proteins in cellular communication. The loose papers were removed from their original binders and three of the original binders make up the second subseries. The binders feature unique illustrations and commentary by Rodbell's colleagues. The third subseries consists of three files of miscellaneous figures and charts mostly relating to GTP that appeared in various Rodbell publications.

 
V.1 Laboratory Notebooks [subseries]:
16 1
"Anne Butler Jones", September-November 1965 [part 1]
16 2
"Anne Butler Jones", September-November 1965 [part 2]
16 3
"Anne Butler Jones", September-November 1965 [part 3]
16 4
[Martin Rodbell], "Solutions for Adenyl Cyclase Assay", April 1966
16 5
[Hendrik Michiel Jan] "Krans II", 1969-1970 [part 1]
16 6
[Hendrik Michiel Jan] "Krans II", 1969-1970 [part 2]
16 7
[Hendrik Michiel Jan] "Krans II", 1969-1970 [part 3]
16 8
[Hendrik Michiel Jan] "Krans II", 1969-1970 [part 4]
16 9
[Hendrik Michiel Jan] "Krans II", 1969-1970 [part 5]
16 10
Hendrik Michiel Jan Krans, Experiment Results, 1971
16 11
"1973 Summary, James P. Harwood", January-August 1973 [part 1]
16 12
"1973 Summary, James P. Harwood", January-August 1973 [part 2]
16 13
"1973 Summary, James P. Harwood", January-August 1973 [part 3]
16 14
"GTP" [guanosine triphosphate], 1975-1976 [part 1]
16 15
"GTP" [guanosine triphosphate], 1975-1976 [part 2]
16 16
"GTP" [guanosine triphosphate], 1975-1976 [part 3]
17 1
Untitled binder of experiments, 1975-1976 [part 1]
17 2
Untitled binder of experiments, 1975-1976 [part 2]
17 3
Untitled binder of experiments, 1975-1976 [part 3]
17 4
Untitled binder of experiments, 1975-1976 [part 4]
17 5
"Ann [Welton] and Andrew [Newby] I, Joint Experiments", 1975-1976 [part 1]
17 6
"Ann [Welton] and Andrew [Newby] I, Joint Experiments", 1975-1976 [part 2]
17 7
"Ann [Welton] and Andrew [Newby] I, Joint Experiments", 1975-1976 [part 3]
17 8
"Ann [Welton] and Andrew [Newby] I, Joint Experiments", 1975-1976 [part 4]
17 9
"Ann [Welton] and Andrew [Newby] II, GTPase Assay", March-November 1976 [part 1]
17 10
"Ann [Welton] and Andrew [Newby] II, GTPase Assay", March-November 1976 [part 2]
17 11
"Ann [Welton] and Andrew [Newby] II, GTPase Assay", March-November 1976 [part 3]
17 12
"Binding, 'What a Bind?'", April-July 1976 [part 1]
17 13
"Binding, 'What a Bind?'", April-July 1976 [part 2]
17 14
"Binding, 'What a Bind?'", April-July 1976 [part 3]
17 15
"Binding, 'What a Bind?'", April-July 1976 [part 4]
17 16
"Binding, 'What a Bind?'", April-July 1976 [part 5]
 
V.2 Binders [subseries]:
18
"Ann [Welton] and Andrew [Newby] I, Joint Experiments", 1975-1976
18
"Ann [Welton] and Andrew [Newby] II, GTPase Assay", March-November 1976
18
"Binding, 'What a Bind?'", April-July 1976
 
V.3 Charts and Figures [subseries]:
18 1
Charts and Figures [part 1]
18 2
Charts and Figures [part 2]
18 3
Charts and Figures [part 3]
 
V.4 Reprints [subseries]:
19 1
"The actions of glucagon on the adenylae cyclase system" (1981) TO "The actions of hormones on adenylate cyclase systems" (1978)
19 2
"The actions of insulin and catabolic hormones on the plasma membrane of the fat cells" (1968) TO "Activation of adenylate cyclase in hepatic membranes involves interactions of the catalytic unit with multimeric complexes of regulatory proteins" (1979)
19 3
"Effects of GTP on binding of (3H) glucagon to receptors in rat hepatic plasma membranes (1977)" TO "Evidence for specific binding sites for guanine nucleotides in adipocyte and hepatocyte plasma membranes. A difference in fate of GTP and guanosine 5'-(beta, gamma-imino) triphosphate" (1975)
19 4
"ADP is a potent inhibitor of human platelet plasma membrane adenylate cyclase" (1979) TO "Are Transducers the Response-Determining Step in Hormone Actions?" (no date)
19 5
"Beginnings of an Endocrinologist" (1991) TO "Bioinformatics: an emerging means of assessing environmental health" (1994)
19 6
"Carbachol-activated muscarinic (M1 and M3) receptors transfected into Chinese hamster ovary cells inhibit trafficking of endosomes" (1991) TO "The complex structure and regulation of adenylate cyclase" (1983)
19 7
"Current Contents Citation Classic" (1980) TO "The disaggregation theory of signal transduction revisited: further evidence that G proteins are multimeric and disaggregate to monomers when activated" (1993)
19 8
"Effects of GTP on binding of (3H) glucagon to receptors in rat hepatic plasma membranes (1977)" TO "Evidence for specific binding sites for guanine nucleotides in adipocyte and hepatocyte plasma membranes. A difference in fate of GTP and guanosine 5'-(beta, gamma-imino) triphosphate" (1975)
19 9
"The fat cell adenylate cyclase system. Characterization and manipulation of its bimodal regulation by GTP" (1979) TO "5'-Guanylylimidodiphosphate, a potent activator of adenylate cyclase systems in eukaryotic cells" (1974)
19 10
"Glucagon1-6 binds to the glucagon receptor and activates hepatic adenylate cyclase" (1979) TO "The glucagon-sensitive adenyl cyclase system in plasma membranes of rat liver. IV. Effects of guanylnucleotides on binding of 125I-glucagon" (1971)
19 11
"The glucagon-sensitive adenyl cyclase system in plasma membranes of rat liver. V. An obligatory role of guanylnucleotides in glucagon action" (1971) TO "G-proteins have characteristics of cytoskeletal proteins: A basis for the programmable messenger theory" (1988)
19 12
"G-proteins have properties of multimeric proteins: An explanation for the role of GTPases in their dynamic behavior" (1993) TO "GTP stimulates and inhibits adenylate cyclase in fat cell membranes through distinct regulatory processes" (1977)
19 13
"The hepatic adenylate cyclase system. I. Evidence for transition states and structural requirements for guanine nucloetide activation" (1975) TO "A highly sensitive adenylate cyclase assay" (1974)
19 14
"Hormones, receptors, and adenyl cyclase activity in mammalian cells" (1969) TO "Hydroxybenzylpindolol and hydroxybenzylpropranolol: partial beta adrenergic agonists of adenylate cyclase in the rat adipocyte" (1976)
19 15
"Inactivation of glucagon by plasma membranes of rat liver" (1972) TO "Isoproterenol stimulates shift" (1990)
19 16
"Lecithin synthesis in liver" (1955) TO "Localization of lipoprotein lipase in fat cells of rat adipose tissue" (1964)
19 17
"Metabolism of chylomicron proteins in the dog" (1959) TO "The metabolism of isolated fat cells. IV. Regulation of release of protein by Lipolytic hormones and insulin" (1966)
19 18
"The metabolism of isolated fat cells. VII. Sodium-linked, energy-dependent, and ouabain-sensitive potassium accumulation in ghosts" (1969) TO "Multiple inhibitory and activating effects of nucleotides and magnesium on adrenal adenylate cyclase" (1975)
19 19
"The nature of proteins associated with dog and human chylomicrons (1959)" TO "N-terminal amino acid and lipid composition of lipoprotiens from chyle and plasma" (1958)
19 20
"Octyl glucoside extracts GTP-binding regulatory proteins from rat brain 'synaptoneurosomes' as large, polydisperse structures devoid of beta gammacomplexes and sensitive to disaggregation by guanine nucleotides (1990)" TO "Opiate receptor-mediated inhibition of adenylate cyclase in rat striatal plasma membranes" (1982)
19 21
"A persistent active state of the adenylate cyclase system produced by the combined actions of isoproterenol and guanylyl imidodiphosphate in frog erythrocyte membranes (1975)" TO "Programmable messengers: a new theory of hormone action" (1985)
19 22
"Properties of the adenyl cyclase systems in liver and adipose cells: the mode of action of hormones (1970)" TO "Proteolysis activates adenylate cyclase in rat liver and AC-lymphoma cell independently of the guanine nucleotide regulatory site" (1980)
20 1
"The reaction of glucagon with its receptor: evidence for discrete regions of activity and binding in the glucagon molecule" (1971) TO "The removal and metabolism of triglycerides by perfused liver" (1964)
20 2
"Reversible activation of hepatic adenylate cyclase by guanyl-5'-yl-(alpha,beta-methylene)diphosphonate and guanyl-5'-yl imidodiphosphate" (1977) TO "Role of adenine and guanine nucleotides in the activity and response of adenylate cyclase systems to hormones: evidence for multi-site transition states" (1975)
20 3
"The role of GTP-binding proteins in hormone action: adenylate cyclase and other transduction processes (no date)" TO "The role of GTP-binding proteins in signal transduction: from the sublimely simple to the conceptually complex" (1992)
20 4
"The role of GTP in coupling of hormone receptors and adenylate cyclase" (1979) TO "The role of nucleotide regulatory components in the coupling of hormone receptors and adenylate cyclase" (1978)
20 5
"Selective effects of organic mercurials on the GTP-regulatory proteins of adenylate cyclase systems" (1980) TO "Signal transduction: A twenty year history of G-proteins" (no date)
20 6
"Simple model for hormone-activated adenylate cyclase systems" (1976) TO "The structure of adenylate cyclase systems" (1981)
20 7
"Structure-function relationships in adenylate cyclase systems" (1982) TO "The structure of hormone-sensitive adenylate cyclase systems" (no date)
20 8
"Structure of the turkey erythrocyte adenylate cyclase system" (1981) TO "Toward a unifying hypothesis for the effects of cholera toxin catalysed adp-ribosylation in diverse adenylate cyclase systems" (1980)
20 9
Miscellaneous Writings and Reprints
 
V.5 Writings of Others [subseries]:
20 10
Vivian Joyce Goldberg, "Glucagon Action on Isolated Liver Cells" Ph.D. diss., Georgetown University, 1973
20 11
Citation list of reprints kept by Rodbell
 
Series VI: Nobel Prize, Honorary Degrees, and Other Awards, 1970-1998 [series]:

In addition to the other series focusing Rodbell's professional activities and travel, this series covers the numerous awards and professional honors that Rodbell received during his scientific career. Rodbell's most significant awards are covered in three subseries and then a fourth subseries contains files on other honors. Materials are arranged chronologically and similar items, such as official documentation and letters of congratulations are grouped together. Photographs from several of the award ceremonies are found in the photographic series, and some of the larger materials such as honorary degrees and certificates are kept with the oversize materials.

The first subseries covers Rodbell's winning the Gairdner Foundation International Award in 1984. Included in this subseries are presentation materials, his acceptance speech, and letters of congratulations. Three years later, in 1987, Rodbell was elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS). This important induction is covered in the second subseries which contains correspondence, articles and clippings, and letters of congratulations. But the most prestigious honor was the 1994 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, which Rodbell received jointly with Alfred G. Gilman, for their discovery of signal transduction. The third subseries contains materials related to his receiving the Nobel. These files cover Rodbell's 1994 trip to Sweden to receive the award, varied correspondence, letters of congratulations, and numerous articles and clippings. The fourth subseries covers Rodbell's other professional awards, appointments, and honorary degrees. This series shows the diversity of professional and scientific awards that Rodbell received during his lifetime.

 
VI.1 Gairdner Award, 1984 [subseries]:
 
Official Documentation [subseries]:
20 12
Correspondence, 1984-1989
 
Presentation Materials [subseries]:
20 13
Acceptance Speech
20 14
Schedule of Events
20 15
Programs and Invitations
20 16
Sketches of Winners
 
Notes and Letters of Congratulations [subseries]:
20 17
September-November 1984
 
Publicity [subseries]:
20 18
Articles and Clippings, August-November 1984
 
VI.2 Election to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), 1987 [subseries]:
 
Presentation Materials [subseries]:
20 19
Programs and Invitations
26
Name tag, Martin Rodbell, National Academy of Sciences Member, [ca. 1987]
 
Notes and Letters of Congratulations [subseries]:
20 20
March-May 1987
20 20
June-July 1987
 
Publicity [subseries]:
21 1
Articles, May-June 1987
21 2
Newspaper Clippings, 1987 [part 1]
21 3
Newspaper Clippings, 1987 [part 2] [photocopies]
 
VI.3 Nobel Prize, 1994 [subseries]:
 
Official Documentation [subseries]:
21 4
Nomination, January 1994
21 5
Award Letter, 10 October 1994
21 6
Press Releases, 10 October 1994
21 7
Correspondence with Alfred Gilman, 20 October 1994
21 8
Copyright Assignment to Nobel, 26 October 1994
21 9
Correspondence, October-December 1994
21 10
Nobel Awards Winners, 1994
 
Prize Materials [subseries]:
26
Nobel Prize Packet [blue felt], ca. 1994
26
Nobel Diploma (in Swedish) in Presentation Portfolio, 10 December 1994
 
Presentation Materials [subseries]:
21 11
Acceptance Speech, 10 December 1994
21 12
Nobel Lecture [reprint], 1995
21 13
Page proofs for Nobel Book, 1995
 
Notes and Letters of Congratulations [subseries]:
21 14
10 October 1994
21 15
11 October 1994
21 16
12-13 October 1994
21 17
14-17 October 1994
21 18
18 October-November 1994
21 19
1995-1996
21 20
Photocopies of Faxes, 1994-1996
 
NIH Nobel Reception, 28 October 1994 [subseries]:
21 21
Invitation, October 1994
 
White House Nobel Prizewinners' Reception, 28 November 1994 [subseries]:
21 22
Invitation, November 1994
 
Stockholm Trip, December 1994 [subseries]:
21 23
Correspondence, December 1994
21 24
Schedule of Events [part 1]
21 25
Schedule of Events [part 2]
21 26
Programs [part 1]
21 27
Programs [part 2]
22 1
Programs [part 3]
22 2
Programs [part 4]
22 3
Invitations and cards
22 4
Menus
22 5
Stockholm Souvenirs
 
Publicity [subseries]:
22 6
Interviews, 1994
22 7
Articles, 1992-1994
22 8
Articles, 1995-1996
22 9
Newspaper Clippings, 1994-1995 [part 1]
22 10
Newspaper Clippings, 1994-1995 [part 2]
22 11
Newspaper Clippings, 1994-1995 [part 3]
22 12
Newspaper Clippings, 1994-1995 [part 4] [photocopies]
 
VI.4 Other Awards [subseries]:
Oversize
Johns Hopkins University, B.A. diploma, 14 June 1949
26
University of Washington, Ph.D. diploma, Presentation Portfolio, 20 August 1954
22 13
Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity, Member, 21 August 1943
22 14
American Society of Biological Chemists, Member, 16 April 1970
22 15
Gordon Research Conferences, Chairman of Conference on Cyclic AMP, 1972
Oversize
Senior Executive Service (SES), Charter Member, 13 July 1979
22 16
NIH Award of Merit [photocopy], 1984
22 17
Department of Health and Human Services, 30 Years of Federal Service, ca. 1986
22 18
Richard Lounsbery Award, 1987
Oversize
Japanese Biochemical Society, Member [accompanied with English translation], 14 October 1987
22 19
Cleveland Clinic Educational Foundation, Visiting Professor Pro Tempore, 20 November 1989
22 20
American Academy Arts and Sciences, Member, 14 April 1993
22 21
Bristol-Meyers Squibb Award for Distinguished Achievement in Cardiovascular Research, Nomination, 27 October 1993
22 22
Virginia Commonwealth University, Innovator in Biochemistry Lectureship, 11 April 1995
22 23
Baltimore City College Hall of Fame, Member, 17 November 1995
26
Baltimore City College Hall of Fame, Presentation Portfolio, 17 November 1995
22 24
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Medicine, Avery Steelman Lecture, March 1996
 
Virginia Commonwealth University Honorary Degree, 18 May 1996 [subseries]:
23 1
Correspondence, May-June 1996
23 2
Programs and Cards
26
Honorary degree, Presentation Portfolio
26
Citation marking the award, Presentation Portfolio
 
University of Washington, Distinguished Alumni Award, 6 June 1996 [subseries]:
23 3
Correspondence, March-July 1996
24 4
Programs and Cards
23 5
Articles
 
University of Geneva, Honorary Degree, 8 June 1996 [subseries]:
23 6
Correspondence, February-June 1996
23 7
Programs and Cards
23 8
Newspaper Clippings
23 9
Council of State Certificate, 17 April 1996
Oversize
Honorary Degree, 8 June 1996
23 10
Sigma Xi [The Scientific Research Society], Member, 1997
23 11
The North Carolina Awards, Award for Science, 1998
26
Certificate for The North Carolina Awards, Award in Science, 1998, Presentation Portfolio
 
Series VII. Photographs, 1925-1996 [series]:

This series contains photographs and a handful of slides divided roughly into two aspects of Rodbell's life, the personal and professional. These designations make up the two chronologically arranged subseries. The first subseries contains photographs of Rodbell's childhood, his children, and related family members. This series also features single shots of Rodbell arranged by rough time periods. Many of the photographs in this subseries are undated and identified, but some have descriptions and/or dates inscribed on the back. These important photographs cover the non-scientific and more informal events in Rodbell's life and go well with the materials from the personal and biographical series. The second subseries consists of photographs from Rodbell's professional career. This subseries features photographs from Rodbell's laboratories, official conference photographs showing Rodbell and other attendees, and a number of unidentified and undated conference photographs. Some of these conference photographs are part of files from the conferences and travel series. There are also photographs taken at awards ceremonies, featuring some from the 1994 Nobel Prize ceremony. This subseries also includes a number of miscellaneous pictures of Rodbell's students, peers, and colleagues.

 
VII.1 Personal [subseries]:
 
Childhood and Young Adulthood [subseries]:
23 12
Childhood, ca. 1925-1935
23 13
Jacobson Family, 1932
23 14
Young Adulthood, ca. 1935-1944
23 15
United States Navy, 1944-1946
23 16
Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity, Johns Hopkins University, 1946-1949
23 17
Post-War, 1947-1950
 
Rodbell Family [subseries]:
23 18
Marriage and Family, ca. 1950-1960
23 19
Venice Trip, April 1961
23 20
Family Home, Somerset, Maryland, 1966
23 21
Paul Citroen Visit, 1972
23 22
Family Vacations and Travel, ca. 1970s
23 23
Family Vacations and Travel, ca. 1990s
 
Single Photographs of Rodbell [subseries]:
23 24
ca. 1970s
23 25
ca. 1980s
23 26
ca. 1990s
 
VII.2 Professional [subseries]:
 
Laboratory Work [subseries]:
23 27
Early Laboratory Work, 1960-1966
23 28
Institute de Biochemie Clinique, Geneva, 1967-1968
Oversize
Institute de Biochemie Clinique, Geneva, one photograph with three charts, ca. 1968
23 29
NIH Laboratory, ca. early 1970s
23 30
Laboratory of Nutrition and Endocrinology, August 1979
23 31
University of Geneva, ca. early 1980s
23 32
Rodbell in NIEHS lab, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, ca. 1990s
 
Conferences [subseries]:
23 33
International Symposium on Protein and Polypeptide Hormones, Belgium, 1968
Oversize
Gordon Research Conferences, New Hampshire, 14-18 July 1969
23 34
Capri Conference, Italy, 25-26 March 1970, [part 1]
23 35
Capri Conference, Italy, 25-26 March 1970, [part 2]
23 36
Capri Conference, Italy, 25-26 March 1970, [part 3]
23 37
Gordon Research Conferences, New Hampshire, 1970-1972
23 38
Neurosciences Research Program, 5-7 March 1972
23 39
Advances in Glucagon Research Conference, Santa Ynez Valley, California, 13-16 October 1974
23 40
Conference on Liver Cell Plasma Membranes, June 1977
23 41
Nobel Symposium 42, Stockholm, 8-10 June 1978
23 42
Symposium on Molecular Endocrinology, UCLA-Riverside, 27-29 March 1980
23 43
Symposium on Cellular Molecular Endocrinology, Lake Placid, New York, 26-29 September 1991, [part 1]
23 44
Symposium on Cellular Molecular Endocrinology, Lake Placid, New York, 26-29 September 1991, [part 2]
23 45
Symposium on Cellular Molecular Endocrinology, Lake Placid, New York, 26-29 September 1991, [part 3]
24 1
Symposium in Honor of Martin Rodbell, NIH [six slides], 11 May 1995
24 2
Signal Transduction Symposium, Northwestern University, 16 May 1995
24 3
Barcelona International Congress, 2-4 November 1995
24 4
University of Seville Lecture, 14 November 1995
24 5
Regulation of Enzyme Activity Symposium, Indianapolis, 30 September-1 October 1996
 
Unidentified Conferences [subseries]:
24 6
ca. 1970s [part 1]
24 7
ca. 1970s [part 2]
24 8
ca. 1980s [part 1]
Oversize
ca. 1980s [part 2]
24 9
ca. 1990s
 
Awards [subseries]:
24 10
Election to the National Academy of Science, 1987
24 11
NIH Nobel Reception, 28 October 1994
24 12
White House Nobel Prizewinners' Reception, 28 November 1994
24 13
Nobel Prize, December 1994 [part 1]
24 14
Nobel Prize, December 1994 [part 2]
Oversize
Nobel Prize, December 1994 [part 3]
 
Miscellaneous [subseries]:
24 15
Eva Krug, 1982
24 16
Rodbell with Ph.D. student, Stockholm, 1987
24 17
Werner Schlegel and Dermot Cooper, 1990
24 18
Baltimore City College Reunion, 1993
24 19
Rodbell with Julius Axelrod, 1994
24 20
Cover of Environmental Health Perspectives 102 (November 1994)
Oversize
Cover of Environmental Health Perspectives 102 (November 1994)
24 21
Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology poster, 1994
24 22
Event at Natcher Building, NIH, Bethesda, ca. late 1990s
24 23
Eight slides of Nobelists who worked with hormone research,
24 24
Unidentified
 
Series VIII: Audiovisuals, 1998 [series]:

This series contains audiovisual materials in three subseries. The first subseries consists of one videotape containing a 1998 lecture at NIEHS given by Rodbell, entitled "Fifty Years in Science: Zigs and Zags with a Common Theme." The second subseries contains two interviews: one with Barbara Rodbell, and the other with Fernando Ribeiro-Neto, Rodbell's protégé at the NIEHS. David Serlin, a project historian, conducted these interviews during a December 1999 research trip to Chapel Hill, N.C. The third subseries contains one miscellaneous item, a five-minute long videotape recording of Rodbell's NIEHS office taken by David Serlin during 1999.

 
VIII.1 Presentations [subseries]:
25
Dr. Martin Rodbell, Laboratory of Signal Transduction NIEHS, "Fifty Years in Science: Zigs and Zags with a Common Theme", 16 November 1998, videotaped at NIEHS by Michael Kuhn, VHS, 81 minutes
 
VIII.2 Interviews [subseries]:
25
Audio Interview with Barbara Rodbell, Chapel Hill, 4 December 1999, by David Serlin, cassette tape, 100 minutes
25
Video Interview with Fernando Ribeiro-Neto, 5 December 1999, by David Serlin, 2 mini digital video cassettes, 100 minutes
 
VIII.3 Miscellaneous [subseries]:
25
Video of Rodbell's NIEHS office and lab, 6 December 1999, by David Serlin, 1 mini digital video cassette, 5 minutes
25
CD-ROM of Animation about G-Protein (M. Rodbell), from Cassio Gallate Ribeiro, 10 December 1999, 2 minutes
 
Oversize Materials [series]:

Oversize materials are items that were too large to house in normal sized Hollinger boxes and are kept separately for preservation considerations. Materials are kept in either a large oversize box (box 26) or are kept loosely. Posters are listed at the end of the finding aid, but other materials are listed in the finding guide within their appropriate intellectual series and subseries.

 
Posters [subseries]:
Les Houches Lectures, France, 30 July-30 August 1979
Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology poster, 1994
Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology poster, in English, 1994
Nobel Prize poster, in Swedish, 1994
Symposium in Honor of Martin Rodbell, NIH, 11 May 1995
Belgium Royal Academy of Medicine Lectures, September 1995
Announcement of Program for Honorary degree from the University of Geneva, 8 June 1996
Receptor Concept Conference, Geneva, 13 June 1996