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Ernest Lyman Scott Papers 1897-1966
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Correspondence, transcripts of interview and conversations, laboratory notebooks, photos, testimonial volume, reprints and printed matter. Much of the material pertains to research and priority in the discovery of insulin. Interview was conducted for the Oral History Research Office of Columbia University. Conversations between Dr. Scott and his wife relating to Dr. Scott's work was recorded by Mrs. Scott.

Correspondence consists of family and general correspondence. Correspondents in the latter group include Louise Baker, Charles E. Braun, A. J. Carlson, Alexander S. Chaikelis, Hans T. Clarke, H. H. Dale, William Darrach, Louis B. Dotti, Walter F. Duggan, Frederick B. Flinn, G. L. Foster, Magnus I. Gregersen, M. Mason Guest, A. Baird Hastings, Aleita Hopping, Clarence A. Horn, Barry Giffith King, Fred C. Koch, A. Krogh, Horace A. Lanack, Frederic S. Lee, Charles C. Lieb, Arno B. Luckhardt, James McBride, Hugh McClean, Earl B. McKinley, J. J. R. MacLeod, Edgar Grim Miller, Michael G. Mulinos, John S. Murlin, Bernard S. Oppenheimer, Enid T. Oppenheimer, Horace A. Parrack, Harold Fisher Pierce, Edward L. Rice, Dickinson W. Richards, Oscar Riddle, Walter S. Root, Philip E. Smith, E. H. Starling, Harold C. Wiggers, Horatio B. Williams, Ruth R. Ziff, and Theodore F. Zucker.

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