Series I. Correspondence, 1954-1999., 1954-1999.
Scope and Contents
Consists of D. Mark Hegsted's correspondence to and from various national and international organizations, institutes, and groups, including the American Medical Association, the American Dietetic Association, and the National Cancer Institute. The series includes informational notes, memoranda, letters, conference planning materials, policy statements, and correspondence relating to publications.
Language of Materials
Records are entirely in English.
12 cubic feet in 12 records center cartons.
Conditions Governing Access
Series I contains personal information which is restricted for 80 years. The end of the restriction period is noted with each folder.
Extent28 cubic feet (28 records center cartons)
- From the Collection: Hegsted, D. Mark (David Mark), 1914-2009 (Person)
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