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Department of Medical Microbiology Records

UPC 2.9MM

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Summary Information

Date [inclusive]
1926-1960
Extent
31.0 Cubic feet

ARRANGEMENT

This collection has not been fully processed. The following preliminary inventory is available.

Inventory

 

Inventory 

Box

Folder

Dr. Stuart Mudd, 1926-1955 

Correspondence, Jan 1, 1926 – Mar 30, 1935 

 1

 

Correspondence, Apr 1, 1935 ‑ 1936 

 2

 

Research projects [folders cover 1930’s except when other dates given] 

Antigenic Structure of Hemolytic Streptococci of Lancefield Group A; I discovery of a Labile Reversible Oxidisable Antigen 

3

1

Isolation of the components of Streptococcoal nucleoproteins in serologically active form Sevag and Lackman 

3

3

Labile Bacterial Antigens and Methods for their preparation and preservation: S. Mudd, E. Czarnetzky, H. Pettit, D. Lackman, E. W. Flosdorf Graduate School, A and S, correspondence with 

3

3

Preservation and concentration of human serum for clinical use; clinical use of human serum preserved by the lyophile process; reduction of increased intracranial pressure by concentrated human lyophile serum 

3

4

Streptoccus work 

3

4

U.S. Pub. Health Serv. ‑ Studies with human sera 

3

4

File of convalescent sera from epidemics of influenza and encephalitis 

3

5

Reports and briefs ‑ human serum and other studies 

3

6

Bacteriology department ‑ personnel 

4

1

Bacteriology department ‑ staff 

4

2

Reference data Obsolete studies 

4

3

Antigenic structure of hemolytic streptococci of Lancefield Group A ‑ III, Correction 

4

4

Processes and apparatus for preservation in lyophile form ‑ Flosorf and Mudd 

4

5

Sonic problems 

4

5

An ultramicrotechnis for precipitation and agglutination reactions 

4

6

Origin of antibody hypothesis 

4

6

Current typhoid vaccine work 

4

6

Current streptococcus work 

4

6

Apparent antigenicity of plastein 

4

6

Work on Sulfanilamide and sodium bisulfite 

4

6

A paradoxical relation antibodies against the S and R variants 

4

7

Determination of the phagocytic power of whole blood or plasms moleucocyte mixtures for clinical or experimental purposes 

4

8

Epidemic influenza in Alaska 1935 

4

9

Polio 

4

10

Polymorphs and macrophages to phagocytosis 

5

1

American Eugenics Society ‑ Committee On cooperation with physicians 

5

2

Old research data ‑ phagocytosis 

5

3

3rd International Congress of Microbiology 

5

4

Dr. Henle’s problem 

5

5

Swine influenza studies 

5

6

Air Borne infection fund – Commonwealth report 

5

6

Old research data: typhoid paper 

5

7

Sensitization of bacteria with normal and immune human serum 

5

8

Modification of antibodies by formaldehyde 

5

9

Phagocytosis Review 

6

1

Old experimental data: paper with Nugent, Jour. of Physical Chemistry, Jan 31, 1932 

6

2

Improvement and procedure and apparatus for preservation of sera, microorganisms and other substances to cryochem process 

6

3

Bacteria course lecture notes 10,32/33, Drs. Boerner and Kolmer 

6

4

Stable Hemolysis Leucocidin paper, Czarnetzky, Morgan and Mudd 

6

5

lst disinfection paper, D. E. Smith 

6

6

Process of Phagocytosis 

6

7

Arterial supply of human Hypophysis cerebri ‑ S. Mudd (thesis) ‑ 

6

8

Lyophile data, F. J. Stokes, Sharp and Dohme, Zimsser 

6

9

MSS submitted for publication by department members 

7

1

Sharp and Dohme Inc (Dr. Reichel) 

7

2

Bacteriology dept Equipment and budget 

7

3

Russian War relief, etc., ca. 1945‑46 

7

4

Trip to Soviet Union, 1946 

7

5

American‑Soviet Medical society, 1947. (divided into two folders) 

7

6

2nd folder of Amer.‑Sov. Med. Soc. 

 8

 

Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation (Merck and co., grant for research, sulfa drugs etc.) July 1, 1941 

 8

 

Divisional faculty of biol. and med. Sciences – Graduate Sch. 1942 

 8

 

Commowealth fund report Mar 1940 

 8

 

Viruses ‑ attempt to find chemotherapeutic agents — 1943 ‑ Macy semi‑annual reports 

 8

 

AMA Committee on Therapeutic Res. grants 1944‑45 

 8

 

Microbiological board, Nat. Research Council 1945 

 8

 

Bacteroides Fundliformis and “L 50” 

 8

 

Russian visitors and Am.‑Sov. Med. Soc. 1946 

 9

 

Am.‑Sov. Med. Soc. 1945‑46 

 9

 

Union of Am. biological societies 1945‑ 

 9

 

U.S. Pub. Health Serv. grants ‑ Bacteriology 1946 

 9

 

System of medical microbiol and immunology 1944 

 9

 

Medical history of the war 

 9

 

AMA Com. on Therapuetic res. grants 1942‑43 ‑ 

 9

 

Reports 

 9

 

AMA ‑ Contraceptives; through 1914 

 10

 

OSRD Grants ‑ Dysentery vaccine project, Apr. 1,1942 

 10

 

OSRD reports, etc, Apr. 1, 1942 

 10

 

OSRD notifications, contracts, budgets, questionnaire and inventories 

 10

 

OSRD current work May 1, 1944 

 10

 

Graduate students, Ph.D. 

 10

 

Commonwealth fund current strep. work Jan. 1941 

 10

 

Old research data ‑ wetting property of blood cell 

 10

 

MSS submitted for publication Fall, 1941 

 11

 

Faculty Research Committee 

 11

 

Old Research data, Phagocytosis 

 11

 

Old Research data, Mammalian spermatazoa 

 11

 

Old Research data, Antigenic relationship of tubercle bacilli 

 11

 

Old Research data, Echinoderm sperm agglutinins 

 11

 

Air Borne infections fund material July 1 1937 ‑ June 30, 1938; July 1, 1938 ‑ June 30, 1939 

 11

 

Old research data ‑ Dr. Opie’s streptoccus problem 

 11

 

Vaccinia and Dr. Nakajima 

 12

 

Filters and filtration 

 12

 

Air Borne infection‑National Research Council–Committee on aerobiology 

 12

 

AAAS Symposium Monograph Fall 1941 ‑ June 1942 

 12

 

Symposium Monograph, Air borne infection ‑ Galleys (includes correspondence in this folder) 

 12

 

AMA Committee on Therap. research grants 1946 

 12

 

Society of Am. Bacteriologists I 

 13

 

Soc. of Am. ‑ Bact. Jan. 1944 ‑ June 1945 

 13

 

APHA Lab. section ‑ Com.. on Germicides and anti­-bact. substances, Dr. Mudd, chairman, Jan. 1942 

 13

 

Air Borne Infection ‑ NAT. RES. COUNCIL Com. On aerobiology 

 13

 

AMA Com. on Therap. Res. May 1941 ‑ 

 14

 

Corres. ‑ Cryochem material, F. J. Stokes, Sharp and Dohme, July 1936 ‑ June 30, 1939 

 14

 

U.S. Pub. Health Serv. proj. 1940‑42 ‑ Studies on H. pertussin 

 14

 

Electron Microscope: RCA fellowship, Nat. Res. Council 1940 

 14

 

Same, for Fall, 1941 

 14

 

Correspondence, 1944-1945 

 15

 

Correspondence, 1945-1946 A ‑ S 

 15

 

Correspondence, 1945-1946 T ‑ Z 

 16

 

Correspondence, 1946-1947 A – Z 

 16

 

Correspondence, 1947-1948 A – B 

 16

 

Correspondence, 1947-1948 C – Z 

 17

 

Correspondence, 1948-1949 A – C 

 17

 

Correspondence, 1948-1949, Coop. Research on Combined Therapy ‑ Z 

 18

 

Correspondence, 1949-1950 

 18

 

Correspondence, 1950-1951 A – R 

 19

 

Correspondence, 1950-1951 S ‑Z 

 20

 

Correspondence, 1951-1952 A ‑ I 

 20

 

Correspondence, 1951-1952 J ‑ Z 

 21

 

Correspondence files, A ‑ Z, 1952-1953 and 1953-1954 

 22

 

Letter files as follows: 

AAAS, 1951‑Dec. 1953 

 23

 

Academy of Human Rights, 1953 

 23

 

AMA, Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry, 1952‑54 

 23

 

APHA, Engineering Section, Committee on Air Hygiene, 1950‑53 

 23

 

Atomic Energy Commission, 1951‑1955 

 23

 

Biochemical Research Foundation, 1952‑54 

 23

 

Civilian Defense, 1951‑53 

 23

 

Cold Room plans, 1951 

 23

 

Com. Advancement Research, 1947‑53 

 23

 

Course, 1952 

 23

 

Eaton Labs, 1952‑53 

 23

 

Flosdorf, Earl ‑ 1936, 1941, 1945, 1953 

 23

 

Genetics Congress, Italy, 1953 

 23

 

Graduate School, Applicants, 1952‑53 

 23

 

Graduate School, Office communications, 1952‑53 

 23

 

Histo-chemical Society, 1952‑53 

 23

 

Koh, Dr. Won Young ‑ 1948‑53 

 23

 

Lederle Award Com., 1954 

 23

 

Ludlum, Dr. Seymour DeWitt ‑ 1953 

 23

 

Mudd, Stuart ‑ personal correspondence, 1952-1953 

 23

 

Mudd, Stuart ‑ personal correspondence, 1953-1954 

 23

 

Mudd, Stuart ‑ personal correspondence, St. Louis Union Trust Co., 1952-1953 

 23

 

Mudd, Stuart ‑ personal correspondence, St. Louis Union Trust Co., 1953-1954 

 23

 

Mudd, Stuart ‑ personal correspondence, Stillman, Maynard and Co., 1952-1954 

 23

 

Mudd, Stuart ‑ personal correspondence, Sympathy acknowledgements, 1952 

 23

 

National Council Combat Blindness, 1952-1954 

 24

 

NIH, 1953-1954 

 24

 

National Science Foundation, 1953 

 24

 

Planned Parenthood Federation, 1952-1953 

 24

 

Polish letter, May 4, 1952 (re BW) 

 24

 

Positions available and wanted, 1952-1954 

 24

 

Postgraduate Medicine, 1952-1953 

 24

 

Public Health Service, 1953-1954 

 24

 

References and recommendations, 1952-1954 

 24

 

Rome Congress, Sept. 1953 (6 folders) 

 24

 

Schwartz, Dr. W. 1952 

 24

 

Societies, 1952-1953; 1953-1954 

 24

 

Soc. American Bacteriologists, 1952-1953; 1953-1954 

 24

 

University Senate, 1952-1953; 1953-1954 

 24

 

Dr. Harry E. Morton, 1937-1960 

Civil Defense Pamphlets, 1950-1951 

 25

 

USPHS RG 760 

 25

 

Budget material, 1947-1949 

 25

 

Renewal applications, 1949 

 25

 

Correspondence, etc. 1947-1950 

 25

 

Reports, 1947-1949 

 25

 

Budgets, Dept. Bact., 1943-1949 (material) 

 25

 

Budgets, 1943-1948 (material) 

 25

 

Budget, Macy, 1943-1947 (material) 

 25

 

Med. Bact. Fellowships Foundation, 1947-1948 

 25

 

Budget, OSRD, 1942-1945 (material) 

 25

 

Budget, Bact. Research, 1943-1946 (material) 

 25

 

Budget, Lab. Manual Fund, 1947-1948 (material) 

 25

 

Budgets, 1949-1952 (material) 

 25

 

Budget and Comptroller notifications, 1948-1951 

 25

 

Budget, Dept. Bact., 1949-1950 (material) 

 25

 

Department budget, 1950-1952 (material) 

 25

 

National Tb Assn Grant (Winterscheid), 1950-1952 

 25

 

Therapeutic Res. Grant No. 645 (AMA), 1950 

 25

 

Abbott Fellowship Fund, 1946-1950 

 25

 

Eaton Fund, 1946-1953 

 25

 

Budgets (not in folders): [NOTE: this listing does not match box contents] 

Dept. Bacteriology, 1934-1935 through 1954-1955 

 26

 

Misc. research budgets, 1937-1946 (large size) 

 26

 

Abbott Fellowships Fund, 1948-1951 

 26

 

Accounts receivable, H.E. Morton, 1952-1955 

 26

 

Difco Labs Fellowship Fund, 1949-1951 

 26

 

Eaton Fund, 1946-1953 

 26

 

Felsen Fund, 1946-1952 

 26

 

Grad. School Medicine, 1952-1955 

 26

 

Macy Fund, 1946-1947 

 26

 

Med. Bact. Fellowship Fund, 1947-1948 

 26

 

Med. Micro. Res. Fund, 12/1/1952‑6/30/1953 

 26

 

Mudd, S. Bact. Res. Fd 1949-1951 

 26

 

National Foundation Infantile Paralysis, 1951-1952 

 26

 

N-ONR-39500 (Sevag) , 1951-1954 

 26

 

Natl Tb Assn Grant (Winterscheid), 1950-1951 

 26

 

USPHS G3804 (Flick), 1952-1954 

 26

 

USPHS RC No. 760, 1947-1949 

 26

 

Venereal Disease Study Fund, 1952-1953 

 26

 

Warick (Hill S.) Fund. 1949-1951 

 26

 

P, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

Positions available and wanted, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

R, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

References and Recommendations, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

S, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

Schenck, Dr. Harry. Faculty Service Award Certificate, Jan. 1955 

 27

 

Seminars, Dept. 1955‑1956 

 27

 

Societies, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

Society of American Bacteriologists, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

SAB ‑ Abstracts ‑ Houston, 1956 

 27

 

Student hours, 1952‑53 and before 

 27

 

T, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

Takeya, Dr. Kanji ‑ 1955 

 27

 

U, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

V, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

W, 1955‑1956 

 27

 

Westphal, Dr. O[tto], Seminar, May 10, 1956 

 27

 

X-Y-Z, 1955-1956 

 27

 

A, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

American Public Health Association, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

AEC ‑ 1955‑56‑57‑58 and Progress Reports 

 27

 

AEC Reprints 

 27

 

AEC ‑ Publication forms and Report Requirements and Guide for Submission of Research Proposals 

 27

 

B, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

C, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

Czeczowiczka, Dr. Nina, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

D, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

E, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

Eaton Laboratories, 1953‑1954 

 27

 

F, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

Flexner, Dr. Louis ‑ Report to him on departmental research, October 1956 

 27

 

G, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

Graduate School Applicants, 1955, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

Graduate School, Office Communications, 1955 ‑ 56 ‑ 57 

 27

 

H, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

Histochemical Society, 1953 ‑ 1954 ‑ 1957 Correspondence with Dr. Lillie, etc. 

 27

 

I, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

J, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

K, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

L, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

M, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

Mitchell, Dean and Office Communications, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

N, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

O, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

P, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

Positions available and wanted, 1956 ‑ 1957 

 27

 

R, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

References and Recommendations, 1956‑1957 

 27

 

S, 1956‑1957 

 28

 

Shadomy, Smith never came 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Shafa, Dr. F[arajellah, M.D., Tehran University], 1956 ‑ 1957 

 28

 

Sasaki, Dr. Shogo 

 28

 

Societies, 1956 ‑ 1957 

 28

 

Society of American Bacteriologists, 1956‑1957 

 28

 

T, 1956‑1957 

 28

 

Takeya, Dr. Kanji 

 28

 

U, 1956‑1957 

 28

 

University Senate, 1956‑1957 

 28

 

V, 1956‑1957 

 28

 

W, 1956‑1957 

 28

 

X, Y, Z, 1956‑1957 

 28

 

A, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Asnis, Dr. Robert E., 1957‑1958 

 28

 

B, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Buildings and Grounds, 1953‑54 

 28

 

C, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

D, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

E, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Electron Microscope Society of America, 1953‑1954 

 28

 

F, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

G, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

H, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

I, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

J, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

K, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Koike, Dr. Masaatsu 

 28

 

L, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

M, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

McLimans, William F. 

 28

 

Mitchell, Dean and Office Communications, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Mitsui, Prof. Y[ukihiko], 1957­ 

 28

 

N, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

O, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

P, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Positions available and wanted, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

R, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Raytheon Manufacturing Co, 1957­ 

 28

 

References and Recommendations, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

RES Society, 1955­ 

 28

 

S, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Societies, 1956 ‑ 1957 

 28

 

Society of American Bacteriologists, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

T, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Takeya, Dr. Kanji 

 28

 

U, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

University Senate, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

V, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

W, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

X, Y, Z, 1957‑1958 

 28

 

Correspondence folders, 1958‑59, A‑Z 

Arai, Tadashi, M.D. 

 29

 

Catholic Hospital Assn 

 29

 

Colter, John S. 

 29

 

Grad. Sch. Arts and Sciences, Applicants, 1957‑58; 1958‑59 

 29

 

Grad. Sch. Arts and Sciences, Office communications, 1957‑58; 1958‑59 

 29

 

Homma, Justin Yuzuru 

 29

 

Kawata, Dr. Tormio 

 29

 

Mitchell, Dean and Office Communications 

 29

 

Positions Available and Wanted 

 29

 

References and Recommendations 

 29

 

Scientific American Ms. 

 29

 

Seminars, Dept. 

 29

 

Soc. Amer. Bacteriologists 

 29

 

Takagi, Dr. Atsuchi 

 29

 

USPHS Property (1942‑49) 

 29

 

Yokota, Dr. Takeshi 

 29

 

Yoshida, Dr. Akira 

 29

 

Correspondence folders, 1959‑60, A‑Z (Acting Chairman, Dr. H.E. Morton) 

Including separate folders as follows: 

 29

 

Grad. Sch. Arts and Sciences, Applicants; office communications 

 29

 

Mitchell, Dean and Office communications 

 29

 

Positions Available 

 29

 

Purchasing Dept. 

 29

 

SAB Annual Meeting, Coffee Hour, May 2, 1960 

 29

 

Seminars, Dept. 

 29

 

Correspondence files: 1954‑55, A‑Z 

 30

 

Correspondence files: 1955‑56, A‑O 

 30

 

Correspondence files: 1955‑56, P‑Z 

 31

 

Correspondence files: 1956‑57, A‑R 

 31