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Nichtenhauser, Adolf, 1903- / [circa 1950] Title: Adolf Nichtenhauser History of Motion Pictures in Medicine Collection circa 1950
Abstract: Nichtenhauser's major accomplishment is the unpublished History of Motion Pictures in Medicine. This portion of the collection contains his original typescript; several volumes; pagination varies, includes illustrations.
Nichtenhauser, Adolf, 1903- / [1933-1955] Title: Adolf Nichtenhauser Medical Film Materials 1933-1955
Abstract: Nichtenhauser's major accomplishment is the unpublished "History of Motion Pictures in Medicine." The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reviews, catalogs, and a variety of printed matter pertaining to technical, historical, educational, and miscellaneous aspects of the medical motion picture.
Nightingale, Florence, 1820-1910 / [1845-1878] Title: Florence Nightingale letters collection 1845-1878
Abstract: Eight letters (some ALS) by Nightingale to various recipients, both known and unidentifed, personal and professional in content. The majority are quite introspective and personal with metaphysical commentary about her place in the universe or opinions about the progress of the Crimean War.
Nirenberg, Marshall W. Title: Marshall Nirenberg papers
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Additional awards, records and correspondence kept by Dr. Nirenberg at his homes. Genetic code experiment laboratory notebooks (1962-1969) created by Levin while a postdoctoral fellow in Nirenberg's lab.
Nirenberg, Marshall W. / [1937-2003 (bulk 1957-1997)] Title: Marshall W. Nirenberg Papers 1937-2003 (bulk 1957-1997)
Abstract: Marshall W. Nirenberg is best known for his work on deciphering the genetic code by discovering the unique code words for the twenty major amino acids that make-up DNA, for which he won the Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology in 1968. This collection of correspondence, laboratory administrative and research materials, and publications documents Nirenberg's career as a researcher in biochemical genetics at the National Institutes of Health.