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COLLECTION Identifier: H MS c22

Alexander Forbes Papers, 1827, 1835, 1848-1978 (inclusive), 1910-1946 (bulk)

The Alexander Forbes Papers, 1827, 1835, 1848-1978 (inclusive), 1910-1946 (bulk), are the product of Forbes' teaching and research activities in the Department of Physiology at Harvard Medical School. The bulk of the collection falls between 1910 and 1946, and consists of Forbes' correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, and notes resulting from his reseach on neurophysiology and electrophysiology. The collection also includes correspondence, reports, notes, documents, journals, logs, maps, photographs, data, and printed items resulting from Forbes’s aerial mapping expeditions and navigational projects, both on his own and during his wartime service.

Dates

  • 1827, 1835, 1848-1978 (inclusive),
  • Majority of material found within 1910-1946

Creator

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Extent

1 collection (136 manuscript boxes.)

The Alexander Forbes Archive spans the years from 1827 to 1978 and totals 136 manuscript boxes of correspondence, manuscripts, research notes, lecture notes, bibliographies, laboratory data, protocols, films, tracings, logs, maps, and biographical materials. While some of these professional papers were deposited by Dr. Forbes in the late 1940's, the majority were received from his laboratory and home after his death.

The collection is divided into eight major subject sequences, the first three alphabetical by name of correspondent. The scientific correspondence with almost 600 individuals fills 17 manuscript boxes and includes many of the prominent British and American neurophysiologists of the period. There are a number of large and historically significant exchanges. Dr. Forbes studied with Charles S. Sherrington in Liverpool in 1911-1912 and their subsequent letters (57) over a forty-two year period reflect not only Sherrington's views at the height of his influence, but how stubbornly his modesty refused to yield to the world's honors, even to the Nobel award in 1932. Letters exchanged with Edgar D. Adrian (111), with whom Forbes collaborated in 1921, cover the period 1914-1959, when the Cambridge University physiologist was doing the work that won him a Nobel prize. The correspondence with Horatio B. Williams (115), the Columbia physiologist trained as an engineer, is largely concerned with instrumentation; from 1913 to 1949 Dr. Forbes sought technical advice and reported his experimental results. Hallowell Davis was Dr. Forbes' student and colleague and their 64 letters from 1922 to 1963 trace a long and productive relationship.

More neurophysiology is contained in the exchnge with Grayson McCouch (78) from 1925 to 1958. Correspondence with John Eccles (18) in the 1930's shows a lively controversy on the nature of synaptic transmission. Other interesting exchanges in the 1920's and 1930's include those with Herbert Gasser (23), Ralph Gerard (48), and John Fulton (84). Less voluminous exchanges illuminate both the activities of and Dr. Forbes' relations with a number of other prominent physiologists: Clarence J. Campbell, Walter B. Cannon, Stanley Cobb, Archibald V. Hill, Genichi Kato, Raphael Lorente de No, Keith Lucas, James M. D. Olmsted, George H. Parker, Alfred C. Redfield, Birdsey Renshaw, Ragnar Granit, H. Keffer Hartline, Ernst T. von Brucke, and George Wald.

The correspondence with institutions and organizations (7 boxes, 1909-1964) includes materials on Dr. Forbes' U.S. Public Health Service grant. Because of his emeritus status, Dr. Forbes was funded directly without an istitutional sponsor. The correspondece with journal and book publisher is highlighted by the long struggle over the publication of Quest for a Northern Air Route. In addition to the above, a small sequence of laboratory equipment suppliers is arranged alphabetically with apparatus instructions grouped together at the end.

A chronolgical arrangement was used to control the large amount (27 boxes, 1913-1963) of laboratory research notes, both loose and in notebooks, and scientific protocols generated by Dr. Forbes and his coworkers. Positive prints and tracings were retained. A separate quantity of negative film was found to be nitrate based and had to be discarded. A few rolls of negative are safety film and can be found in an addenda to the archive.

Dr. Forbes published four monographs and 196 articles not only about neurophysiology but also about sailing, flying, mapping, religion and other topics. The scientific manuscript materials in the archive frequently include original data, reading notes, several annotated drafts, and galley proofs. The materials related to these publications fill 28 manuscript boxes and are arranged by date of publication from 1907 to 1964. These are followed by addresses made by Dr. Forbes. The small number of lectures given by Dr. Forbes is perhaps related to his deafness. Dr. Forbes wore a hearing aid to compensate for the progressive hearing loss that began even before he entered Harvard College.

An annotated bibliography devoted to studies of nerve muscle physiology by Dr. Forbes' contemporaries can be found in Boxes 56-57.

Charles Jackson, a claimant to the discovery of ether as an anesthetic, was the brother of Ralph Waldo Emerson's wife, Lydia, and thus great uncle to Dr. Forbes. A family interest in defending Jacson's name and claim resulted in a small but interesting group of letters and related materials in Box 91. A family link also explains the letters and other materials concerning the Drinker — Emerson respirator patent dispute (Box 92), which led to the Harvard Corporation ruling against faculty-owned patents. Dr. Forbes was a cousin of Haven Emerson, the father of John Haven Emerson, and was called on as a mediator in the dispute.

As the youngest son of the president of Bell Telephone, Dr. Forbes was able to finance research activities in physiology and in navigation, his avocation. The largest chronological sequence (24 boxes) traces this latter interest from Dr. Forbes' services as an installer of ardio direction finders during World War I through his serial mapping expeditions in Labrador during the 1930's to the application of this knowledge during the second World War. Dr. Forbes was in his mid-sixties when he was finally released from his obligations to the Hydrographic Office of the Navy and returned to Harvard Medical School. Shortly afterward he became professor emeritus and moved his research activities to the Harvard Biological Laboratories in Cambridge. There he trained new collaborators and studied the physiology of vision and learning, feeling he had lost touch with nerve physiology during the war.

The biographical section of the Alexander Forbes Archive contains little of a truly perosnal nature. School notebooks, materials connected with his Harvard Medical School faculty position, and a small file of personal correspondence do not mirror his happy marriage to Charlotte Irving Grinnell or his affection for his four children. A hint at what kind of a man Dr. Forbes was can be found in materials which touch on his relationship to his cousin Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The affectionate tone of the scientific correspondece gives proof to the many sincere tributes and awards he earned.

A selected name index with some cross references is provided at the end of the inventory. The archive was organized and described by Judith H. Goetzl with funds provided by the Grass Foundation of Quincy, the Commonwealth Fund, and the Forbes family.

Introduction

Alexander Forbes (1882-1965) was a pioneer in neurophysiology research in the United States. A member of the department of physiology at Harvard Medical School for over thirty-five years, his professional papers from 1910 to 1946 are the core of the Alexander Forbes Archive in the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. The majority of the material in the 136 manuscript boxes is divided into two subject fields: neurophysiology and navigation with a special emphasis on aerial mapping of coastlines. In addition there is a small quantity of material on the controversy over the introduction of ether anesthesia and on the Drinker-Emerson respirator patent dispute. Personal biographical material is limited.

Chronology
1882
Born May 14 in Milton, Mass., to William Hathaway Forbes, first president of Bell Telephone Company, and Edith Emerson Forbes, daughter of Ralph Waldo Emerson
1899
Graduated from Milton Academy
1899-1900
Spent traveling abroad and camping in Wyoming with hopes for reversing the progressive deafness due to otitis
1904
Graduated form Harvard with B.A.
1905
Earned M.A. from Harvard
1905-1906
Spent in Wyoming
1905-1965
Director of the George Jr. Republic, Freeville, N.Y.
1910
Graduated from Harvard Medical School with M.D. Married June 9 to Charlotte Irving Grinnell
1910-1911
Appointed Instructor in Physiology, Harvard Medical School
1911-1912
Spent six months with Charles S. Sherrington at the University of Liverpool and three weeks with Keith Lucas at Cambridge University
1912-1921
Appointed Instructor in Physiology, Harvard Medical School
1916
Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1917-1919
Lieutenant (j.g.), U.S. Naval Reserve, detached for radio compass installation on destroyers
1921
Studied with Edgar D. Adrian at Cambridge University
1921-1936
Appointed Associate Professor of Physiology, Harvard Medica School
1923
Elected American Geographical Society Fellow
1924
Published anonymous novel, The Radio Gunner
1929
Earned his airplane pilot's license
1930
Cruised to Bermuda
1931
Visited Charles S. Sherrington and John Eccles at Oxford University
1931
Cruised to Labrador for aerial mapping project with O. M. Miller of the American Geographical Society
1931
Elected to American Philosophical Society
1933
Cruised to Naples
1934
Cruised the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas
1935
Flew to Labrador to complete mapping project Published Offshore Navigation in its Simplist Form
1936
Elected to National Academy of Science
1936
Received Aero Club of New England Award
1936-1948
Appointed Professor of Neurophysiology, Harvard Medical School
1938
Published Northernmost Labrador: Mapped from the Air
1938
Received Charles P. Daly Award, American Geographical Society
1939
Flew Professor V. Tanner to Labrador for economic survey
1940-1945
Lt. Commander to Captain, USNR (Medical Corps) detached to Army then to Naval Hydrographic Office with service in Pensacola, Labrador, Virginia, Panama, Bikini, and Washington, D.C.
1946
Returned to Harvard Medical School but continue on civilian contract to analyze Bikini photos for several months
1948
Elected Professor Emeritus and moved his research laboratory to Cambridge in the Biological Laboratories
1952
Award honorary Doctor of Science, Tufts University
1953
Published Quest for a Northern Air Route
1954
Awarded honorary Doctor of Science, Johns Hopkins University
1963
Received Karl Spencer Lashley Award, the American Philosophical Society
1965
Died at home in Milton on March 27

Series and Subseries in the Collection

  1. I. Scientific Correspondence with Individuals, 1913-1964
  2. II. Scientific Correspondence with Institutions, 1911-1964
  3. III. Correspondence with Scientific Journal and Book Publishers, 1921-1960, undated
  4. IV. Address and Publications Records, 1907-1964, undated
  5. V. Laboratory Records and Correspondence, 1912-1964, undated
  6. ___ A. Correspondence, 1911-1960
  7. ___ B. Personnel Records, 1919-1964
  8. ___ C. Scientific Protocols Records, 1913-1963, undated
  9. ___ D. Laboratory Apparatus Notes, 1919-1956, undated
  10. VI. Ether and Respirator Controversies Correspondence and Records, 1827, 1835, 1848-1897, 1909-1967, undated
  11. ___ A. Ether Correspondence, 1827, 1835, 1859, 1863-1864, 1872-1876, 1909-1953
  12. ___ B. Ether Items, 1848-1897, 1921-1967, undated
  13. ___ C. Respirator Correspondence and Related Records, 1926-1955
  14. VII. Military and Navigational Projects Correspondence and Related Records, 1916-1963, undated
  15. ___ A. World War I Records, 1916-1919
  16. ___B. Navigational Projects Records, 1917-1954, undated
  17. ______ 1. Correspondence and Notes, 1917-1946, undated
  18. ______ 2. Labrador Expedition, 1931, Records, 1923-1941
  19. ______ 3. Labrador Expedition, 1932, Records, 1932-1936
  20. ______ 4. Labrador Expedition, 1935, Records, 1935-1936
  21. ______ 5. Labrador Correspondence and Related Records, 1931-1941, undated
  22. ______ 6. Labrador Expedition, 1939, Records, 1939-1954, undated
  23. ___ C. World War II Correspondence and Records, 1932-1955
  24. ___ D. Labrador Expedition Correspondence and Records, 1943-1963
  25. VIII. Biographical and Personal Records, 1898-1978, undated
  26. ___ A. Undergraduate Records, 1898-1910, undated
  27. ___B. Teaching Records, 1910-1958, undated
  28. ______ 1. Harvard Medical School Physiology Course Notebooks and Lecture Notes, 1910-1958, undated
  29. ______ 2. Harvard Medical School Physiology Data, Lantern Slides, 1929, undated
  30. ______ 3. Harvard Medical School Correspondence, 1916-1965, undated
  31. ___ C. Address and Publications Files, undated
  32. ___D. Personal Correspondence, 1905-1960
  33. ______ 1. Correspondence with Individuals, 1905-1958
  34. ______ 2. Correspondence with Organizations and Clubs, 1921-1960
  35. ___ E. Tributes, Memorials, and Other Biographical Records, 1913-1978
  36. IX. Laboratory Films and Tracings, 1925-1956
  37. X. Physiology Data Demonstration Items, 1934-1938, undated
  38. XI. United States Navy Hydrographic Office Maps, 1946
  39. XII. Diplomas and Awards, undated

Related Material in the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Center for the History of Medicine

  1. Papers of Walter Cannon [H MS c40]
  2. Papers of Stanley Cobb [H MS c53]
  3. Papers of Hallowell Davis [GA 16]
Consult the Public Services Librarian for further information.

Bibliography

  • 1906 Castle, William E. and Alexander Forbes. Heredity of Hairlength in Guinea-pigs and its Bearing on the Theory of Pure Gameties. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institute.
  • 1907 “One aspect of athletics,” Harvard Monthly 44:1-6.
  • 1909 “The origin and development of foreign body giant cells,” Journal of Medical Research 20:45-52.
  • 1910
  • ___“The origin and development of giant cells in an epidermal carcinoma of the tongue,” Journal of Medical Research 23:107-110.
  • ___Henderson, Lawrence J. and Alexander Forbes. “On the estimation of the intensity of acidity and alkalinity with dinitrohydroquinone,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 32:687-689.
  • ___“From a physician,” letter on antivisection to the editor of Life Magazine, May 28.
  • 1911 Wells, Frederic L. and Alexander Forbes. “On certain electrical processes in the human body and their relation to emotional reactions,” Archives of Psychology 1:1-39.
  • 1912 “Reflex inhibition of skeletal muscle,” Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology 5:149-187.
  • ___“Reflex rhythm induced by concurrent excitation and inhibition,” Proceedings of the Royal Society 85B:289-298.
  • ___“The place of incidence of reflex fatigue,” American Journal of Physiology 31:102-124.
  • 1913 “Concerning the flight of gulls,” Auk 30:359-366.
  • 1914 Forbes, Alexander and Charles S. Sherrington. “Acoustic reflexes in the decerebrate cat,” American Journal of Physiology 35:367-376.
  • 1915 Forbes, Alexander and Alan Gregg. “Electrical studies in mammalian reflexes: I. The flexion reflex,” American Journal of Physiology 37:118-176.
  • ___ Forbes, Alexander and Alan Gregg. “Electrical studies in mammalian reflexes: II. The correlation between strength of stimuli and the direct and reflex nerve response,” American Journal of Physiology 39:172-235.
  • 1916
  • ___“A question of logical fallacy,” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 174:257.
  • ___ Forbes, Alexander and Richard H. Miller. “Detection with the string galvanometer of afferent impulses in the brain-stem and their abolition with ether anaesthesia,” American Journal of Physiology 40:148-149.
  • ___ Forbes, Alexander, Rustin McIntosh and Wilfred Sefton. “The effect of ether anaesthesia on the electrical activity of nerve,” American Journal of Physiology 40:503-513.
  • ___“The laboratory reacts,” Atlantic Monthly 118:544-551.
  • ___“Obituary: Keith Lucas,” Science 44:808-810.
  • ___“Obituary: Sir Michael Foster,” Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 51:873-875.
  • 1917
  • ___ Forbes, Alexander and Willard C. Rappleye. “The effect of temperature changes on rhythm in the human electromyogram,” American Journal of Physiology 42:228-255.
  • ___ Forbes, Alexander and Willard C. Rappleye. “The rate of discharge of central neurones,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 3:12-15.
  • 1918 “An interpolating instrument to expedite the use of Aquino's Tables in navigation,” U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 44:1279-1285.
  • 1920
  • ___ Forbes, Alexander and Catherine Thacher. “Electron tube amplification with the string galvanometer,” American Journal of Physiology 51:177-178.
  • ___Forbes, Alexander and Catherine Thacher. “Amplification of action currents with the electron tube in recording with the string galvanometer,” American Journal of Physilogy 52:409-471.
  • ___“Biophysics,” Science 52:331-332.
  • 1921
  • ___Whitaker, Lester R. and Alexander Forbes. “The response of a muscle to submaximal stimulation of its motor nerve as affected by reflex excitation and inhibition,” American Journal of Physiology 55:291-292.
  • ___ Forbes, Alexander, Stanley Cobb and McKeen Cattell. “An electrocardiogram and an electromyogram in an elephant,” American Journal of Physiology 55:385-389.
  • ___“The modification of the crossed extension reflex by light etherization and its bearing on the dual nature of spinal reflex innervation,” American Journal of Physiology 56:273-312.
  • ___1922
  • ______Redfield, Elizabeth S., Alfred C. Redfield and Alexander Forbes. “The action of beta rays of radium on excitability and conduction in the nerve trun,” American Journal of Physiology 59:203-221.
  • ______ Adrian, Edgar D. and Alexander Forbes. “The all-or-nothing response of sensory nerve fibres,” Journal of Physiology 56:301-330.
  • ______“The interpretation of spinal reflexes in terms of present knowledge of nerve conduction,” Physiological Review 2:361-414.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Richard H. Miller. “The effect of ether anesthesia on afferent paths in the decerebrate animal,” American Journal of Physiology 62:113-139.
  • ______“A radio compass officer in time of war,” The Open Road []:17-22, 62.
  • ___1923
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Louise H. Ray. “The conditions of survival of mammalian nerve trunks,” American Journal of Physiology 64:435-466.
  • ______“The physico-chemical basis of psychic phenomena,” Science 58:49-50.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Stanley Cobb and Helen Cattell. “Electrical studies in mammalian reflexes: III. Immediate changes in the flexion reflex after spinal transection,” American Journal of Physiology 65:30-44.
  • ______ Cobb, Stanley and Alexander Forbes. “Electromyographic studies of muscular fatigue in man,” American Journal of Physiology 65:234-251.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Louise H. Ray and Anne McH. Hopkins. “The effect of tension on the action current of skeletal muscle,” American Journal of Physiology 65:300-311.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Richard H. Miller. “The effects of ether anesthesia on afferent paths in decerebrate animals,” Anesthesia and Analgesia 2:1-6, also Canadian Medical Association Journal 13:715-717.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Louise H. Ray and Fred R. Griffith, jr. “The nature of the delay in the response the second of two stimuli in nerve and in the nerve-muscle preparation,” American Journal of Physiology 66:553-617.
  • ___1924
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and David W. Mann. “A revolving mirror for use with the string galvanometer,” Journal of the Optical Society of America and Review of Scientific Instruments 8:807-816.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Clarence J. Campbell and Horatio B. Williams. “Electrical records of afferent nerve impulses from muscular receptors,” American Journal of Physiology 69:283-303.
  • ______“‘Analyzed sound' in nature,” Science 60:5-7.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and McKeen Cattell. “Electrical studies in mammalian reflexes: IV. The crossed extension reflex,” American Journal of Physiology 70:140-173.
  • ______[Anonymous.] Radio Gunner. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
  • ___1925
  • ______ The George Junior Republic. A Community Vital to the United States.
  • ______“An account of a trip through Big Horn Canyon made by Alexander and Gerrit Forbes, Harvard students...,” chapter VIII in Locating the Iron Trail by Edward Gillette. Boston: The Christopher Publishing House.
  • ______ Davis, Hallowell, Alexander Forbes, David Brunswick and Anne McH. Hopkins. “Conduction without progressive decrement in nerve under alcohol narcosis,” American Journal of Physiology 72:177-178.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and James M. D. Olmsted. “The frequency of motor nerve impulses in the crossed extention reflex as shown by the alcohol block method,” American Journal of Physiology 73:17-62.
  • ______“Analyzed sound,” Science 62:204-205.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Catharine Thacher. “Changes in the protoplasm of nereis eggs induced by β-radiation,” American Journal of Physiology 74:567-578.
  • ______“Science and religion,” Harvard Graduates Magazine 33:555.
  • ______“Functional activity of nerve and muscle,” Biophysics Course Manual.
  • ___1926
  • ______ Davis, Hallowell, Alexander Forbes, David Brunswick and Anne McH. Hopkins. “Studies of the nerve impulse: II. The question of decrement,” American Journal of Physiology 76:448-471.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Stanley Cobb. “Physiology of sympathetic nervous system in relation to certain surgical problems,” Journal of the American Medical Association 86:1884-1886.
  • ______“The basis of reflex coordination,” Science 64:163-165.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Walter B. Cannon, Johnson O'Connor, Anne McH. Hopkins and Richard H. Miller. “Muscular rigidity with and without sympathetic innervation,” Archives of Surgery 13:303-328.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Perry C. Baird and Anne McH. Hopkins. “The involuntary contraction following isometric contraction of skeletal muscle in man,” American Journal of Physiology 78:81-103.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Grayson P. McCouch and Lucinda H. Rice. “Afferent nerve impulses from muscular receptors,” Skandinavisches Archiv für Physiologie 49:127.
  • ______“Nouvelles recherches sur la rigidité de décérébration et la contraction terminale,” Archives Internationales de Physiologie 27:353-370.
  • ___1927
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Richard H. Miller and Johnson O'Connor. “Electric responses to acoustic stimuli in the decerebrate animal,” American Journal of Physiology 80:363-380.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Antonio Barbeau. “The question of localizing action currents in muscle by needle electrodes,” American Journal of Physiology 80:705-715.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Antonio Barbeau and Lucinda H. Rice. “The frequency of motor nerve impulses in the sustained flexion reflex,” American Journal of Physiology 81:476-477.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Lester R. Whitaker and John F. Fulton. “The effect of reflex excitation and inhibition on the response of a muscle to stimulation through its motor nerve,” American Journal of Physiology 82:693-716.
  • ______“Footing vs. pointing in an ocean race,” Yachting 41:72.
  • ______“Spiritualism and telepathy,” Harvard Graduates Magazine 36:189-202.
  • ___1928
  • ______ McCouch, Grayson P., Alexander Forbes and Lucinda H. Rice. “Afferent impulses from muscular receptors,” American Journal of Physiology 84:1-15.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Ralph W. Gerard. “‘Fatigue' phenomena in the peroneal nerve and the flexion reflex in the cat,” American Journal of Physiology 85:370-371.
  • ______Forbes, Alexander, Arie Querido, Lester R. Whitaker, and Lewis M. Hurxthal. “Electrical studies in mammalian reflexes: V. The flexion reflex in response to two stimuli as recorded from the motor nerve,” American Journal of Physiology 85:432-457.
  • ______Gerard, Ralph W. and Alexander Forbes. “A note on action currents and ‘equilibration' in the cat's peroneal nerve,” American Journal of Physiology 86:178-185.
  • ______Gerard, Ralph W. and Alexander Forbes. “‘Fatigue' of the flexion reflex,” American Journal of Physiology 86:186-205.
  • ______“Fog problems,” Yachting 43:68.
  • ______“A note concerning the effect on their function of stretching nerve trunks,” New England Journal of Medicine 199:555.
  • ___1929
  • ______“All or none law,” Encyclopaedia Britannica 1:660.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Perry C. Baird, jr. “The effect of the interval following decerebration on the results of low spinal transection,” American Journal of Physiology 87:527-531.
  • ______“Tonus in skeletal muscle in relation to sympathetic innervation,” Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 22:247-264.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Lucinda H. Rice. “Quantitative studies of the nerve impulse: IV. Fatigue in peripheral nerve,” American Journal of Physiology 90:119-145.
  • ______“The mechanism of reaction,” chapter 3 in The Foundations of Experimental Psychology edited by C. Murchison. Worcester, Massachusetts: Clark University Press.
  • ______“Mechanism in nerve centers,” Nature 124:911-912.
  • ______“The mechanical interpolator in modern navigation. Saving work and shortening the time of working up sights for line of position,” Yachting 45:59.
  • ______“Lessons in landfalls,” Yachting 45:67.
  • ___1930
  • ______“The problem of tonus in skeletal muscle in relation to sympathtic innervation,” chapter 12 in The Vegetative Nervous System [volume 9, Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Diseases]. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Hallowell Davis and Elizabeth Lambert. “The balancing of antagonistic reflex effects in a spinal center,” American Journal of Physiology 93:649-650.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Hallowell Davis and Elizabeth Lambert. “The conflict between excitatory and inhibitory effects in a spinal center,” American Journal of Physiology 95:142-173.
  • ___1931
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Hallowell Davis and John H. Emerson. “An amplifier, string galvanometer and photographic camera designed for the study of action currents in nerve,” Review of Scientific Instruments 2:1-15.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Antonio Barbeau and Lucinda H. Rice. “Evidence from the alcohol block method on the frequency of motor nerve impulses in the flexion reflex,” American Journal of Physiology 98:484-510.
  • ______“Observations on gliding angles,” Aviation 30:355.
  • ______“Thought and emotion,” Harvard Graduates Magazine 40:146-154.
  • ___1932
  • ______ Davis, Hallowell, Alexander Forbes and Lovett Garceau. “The analysis of electromyograms,” Science 75:436-437.
  • ______“Mountaineering in northern Labrador,” Harvard Mountaineering Club Yearbook [1931-1932]:21-27.
  • ______“Leaning to fly,” Aviation 31:63.
  • ______“Surveying in northern Labrador,” Geographical Review 22:30-60.
  • ______“An aerial survey in northern Labrador,” Harvard Alumni Bulletin 34:917-923.
  • ___1933
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Olive C. Smith, Elizabeth F. Lambert, William F. Caveness and Arthur J. Derbyshire. “The central inhibitory mechanism investigated by means of antidromic impulses,” American Journal of Physiology 103:131-142.
  • ______Lambert, Elizabeth F., Burrhus F. Skinner and Alexander Forbes. “Changes in rheobase and chronaxie on sectioning motor nerve,” American Journal of Physiology 105:65-66.
  • ______Rosenblueth, Arturo, Alexander Forbes and Elizabeh F. Lambert. “Electric responses in the submaxillary gland,” American Journal of Physiology 105:508-517.
  • ______ Davis, Hallowell, Alexander Forbes and Arthur J. Derbyshire. “The recovery period of the auditory nerve and its significance for the theory of hearing,” Science 78:522.
  • ______Lambert, Elizabeth F., Burrhus F. Skinner and Alexander Forbes. “Some conditions affecting intensity and duration thresholds in motor nerve, with reference to chronaxie of subordination,” American Journal of Physiology 106:721-737.
  • ______“Conditions affecting the response of the avicularia of bulgula,” Biological Bulletin 65:469-479.
  • ______“A northern Labrador cruise: charting the unsurveyed coast of Labrador by yacht and seaplane,” part I Yachting 53(3):37-40, 82-88; part II Yachting 53(4):33-36, 86-98; part III Yachting 53(5):39-42, 86.
  • ___1934
  • ______Garceau, Lovett and Alexander Forbes. “A direct-coupled amplifier for action currents,” Review of Scientific Instruments 5:10-13.
  • ______“The mechanism of reaction,” chapter 3 in A Handbook of General Experimental Psychology edited by C. Murchison. Worcester, Massachusetts: Clark University Press.
  • ______“Cruise of Harvard men to the Mediterranean,” Harvard Alumni Bulletin 36:922-928.
  • ___1935
  • ______“Electrodes come in pairs,” Science 81:461-462.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, McKeen Cattell and Hallowell Davis. “The immediate effect of spinal transection on the crossed extension reflex,” American Journal of Physiology 112:152-161.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Arthur J. Derbyshire, Beningna Rempel and Elizabeth F. Lambert. “The effects of ether, nembutal and avertin on the potential patterns of the motor cortex,” American Journal of Physiology 113:43.
  • ______Lambert, Elizabeth F. and Arturo Rosenblueth with the collaboration of Hallowell Davis, Alexander Forbes and C[lifford] Ladd Prosser. “A further study of the electric responses of smooth muscle,” American Journal of Physiology 114:147-159.
  • ______ Offshore Navigation in its Simplist Form. Boston: Eastern Science Supply Co.
  • ______“Skyways to ski trails,” The Sportsman 18:26-28, 58.
  • ______“Use of aeroplanes for travel,” chapter 2 in Handbook of Travel [].
  • ___1936
  • ______“Flying fish,” Science 83:261-262.
  • ______ Davis, Hallowell and Alexander Forbes. “Chronaxie,” Physiological Review 16:407-441.
  • ______Derbyshire, Arthur J., Beningna Rempel, Alexander Forbes and Elizabeth F. Lambert. “The effects of anesthetics on action potentials in the cerebral cortex of the cat,” American Journal of Physiology 116:577-596.
  • ______“Conduction in axon and synapse,” Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 4:163-169.
  • ______“Completing the northern Labrador survey,” Harvard Alumni Bulletin 38:704-709.
  • ______Langmuir, Irving and Alexander Forbes. “Airplane tracks in the surface of stratus clouds,” Journal of Aeronautical Sciences 3:385-387.
  • ______“A flight to Cape Chidley, 1935,” Geographical Review 26:48-58.
  • ______“A simple analysis of sailing speeds to windward,” Yachting 59:61.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Charles Hubbard. “The completion of the aerial survey of northern Labrador,” Among the Deep Sea Fishers 33:141-143.
  • ___1937
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Birdsey Renshaw and Beningna Rempel. “Units of electrical activity in the cerebral cortex,” American Journal of Physiology 119:309-310.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Albert M. Grass. “A simple direct-coupled amplifier for action potentials,” Journal of Physiology 91:31-35.
  • ______“Book review: Aids to Physiology by H. Dryerre,” New England Journal of Medicine 217:897.
  • ______“Twenty years on the Westfield River,” Appalachia []:310-326.
  • ___1938
  • ______Beecher, Henry K., Florence K. McDonough and Alexander Forbes. “Effects of blood pressure changes on cortical potentials during anesthesia,” Journal of Neurophysiology 1:324-331.
  • ______Renshaw, Birdsey, Alexander Forbes and Carolyn B. Drury. “Electrical activity recorded with microelectrodes from the hippocampus,” American Journal of Physiology 123:169-170.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander with contributions by O. M. Miller, N. E. Odell and E. C. Abbe. Northernmost Labrador: Mapped From the Air. Special Publication No. 22. New York: American Geographical Society.
  • ______“Triangulation with the radio direction finder,” Yachting 63:56.
  • ___1939
  • ______ Citizens in the Making. Freeville, N.Y.: George Junior Republic.
  • ______“Book review: Physiology of the Nervous System, by John F. Fulton,” Science 90:17-18.
  • ______Therman, Per O. and Alexander Forbes. “Microelectrode records from the superior cervival ganglion,” American Journal of Physiology 126:642.
  • ______Beecher, Henry K., Florence K. McDonough and Alexander Forbes. “Similarity of effects of barbiturate anesthesia and spinal transection,” Journal of Neurophysiology 2:81-88.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Beningna R. Morison. “Cortical response to sensory stimulation under deep barbiturate narcosis,” Journal of Neurophysiology 2:112-128.
  • ______“Problems of synaptic function,” Journal of Neurophysiology 2:465-472.
  • ______“New methods of navigation,” Yachting 65:[].
  • ______“Flight to Labrador,” Among the Deep Sea Fishers 37:158-162 [Jan], 22-24 [Apr].
  • ___1940
  • ______Renshaw, Birdsey, Alexander Forbes and Beningna R. Morison. “Activity of isocortex and hippocampus: electrical studies with micro-electrodes,” Journal of Neurophsiology 3:74-105.
  • ______Therman, Per O., Alexander Forbes and Robert Galambos. “Electric responses derived from the superior cervical ganglion with micro-electrodes,” Journal of Neurophysiology 3:191-200.
  • ______von Brücke, Ernst T., Alexander Forbes and Marie Early. “The effect of prolonged stimulation on the relative refractory period in nerve,” American Journal of Physiology 129:322.
  • ______“Rivers of the south shore of Lake Melville, Labrador,” Geographical Review 30:394-399.
  • ___1941
  • ______von Brücke, Ernst T., Marie Early and Alexander Forbes. “Fatigue and refractoriness in nerve,” Journal of Neurophysiology 4:456-472.
  • ______von Brücke, Ernst T., Marie Early and Alexander Forbes. “Recovery of responsiveness in motor and sensory fibers during the relative refractory period,” Journal of Neurophysiology 4:80-91.
  • ______von Brücke, Ernst T., Marie Early and Alexander Forbes. “Recovery of excitability in nerve,” American Journal of Physiology 133:477-478.
  • ______“Ernst Theodor von Brücke, 1880-1941,” Journal of Neurophysiology 5:331-332.
  • ___1942 “Sir Wilfred's vision,” Among the Deep Sea Fishers 39:114-115.
  • ___1943 Forbes, Alexander and Hallowell Davis. Electroencephalography of naval aviators. Report 13. Washington, D.C.: Division of Reserch. Civil Aeronautics Administration.
  • ___1944
  • ______“Shortcuts in long-distance photogrammetry,” Photogrammetric Engineering 10:192.
  • ______ Sailing Directions for Entering Frobisher Bay. H. O. Misc. No. 10, 821. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office.
  • ___1945
  • ______ Introduction to Oblique Photogrammetry. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office.
  • ______ “Walter Bradford Cannon, 1871-1945,” American Philosophical Society Yearbook []:349-254.
  • ______“Photogrammetry applied to aerology,” Photogrammetric Engineering 11:181-192.
  • ___1946
  • ______ Sailing Directions for Entering Frobisher Bay. H. O. Misc. No. 10, 821. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office.
  • ______“A simple photo-rectifier for high obliques,” Photogrammetric Engineering 12:163-194.
  • ___1948 “Butterfly migration near Italy,” The Lepidopterists' News 2:94.
  • ___1949
  • ______“Birdsey Renshaw, 1911-1948, a biographical note,” Journal of Neurophysiology 12:81.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Arthur Battista, Paul O. Chatfield and Juanita P. Garcia. “Refractory phase in cerebral mechanisms,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 1:141-175.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Paul O. Chatfield, and Juanita P. Garcia. “Cerebral response to afferent stimuli as affected by barbituate narcosis,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 1:254.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Arthur Battista, Paul O. Chatfield and Juanita P. Garcia. “Narcosis and refractory phase in certain cerebral mechanisms,” Federation Proceedings 8:48.
  • ______“Discussion of the paper on ‘How nervous structures have ideas' by McCulloch and Pitts,” Transactions of the American Neurological Association 64:12-15.
  • ______“Dream scintillations” Psychosomatic Medicine 11:160-162.
  • ______“On the northern air route,” Harvard Alumni Bulletin 51:505-510.
  • ___1950
  • ______“A critique of frequency analysis in neurophysiology,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 2:204.
  • ______“A brief cruise of the Stormsvala...,” Monthly Mainsheet of the Corinthians [Jan]:4.
  • ______“The Albert T. Gould,” Among the Deep Sea Fishers 48:18-21.
  • ___1951
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Jerome K. Merlis, Grace L. Merlis and Sylvia Burleigh. “Evaluation of barbiturate narcosis,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 3:380.
  • ______“A scientist studies God,” Christian Register []:2.
  • ___1952
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Sylvia Burleigh. “Retinal response to color shift,” Federation Proceedings 11:47.
  • ______“Sir Charles S. Sherrington, O. M. 1857-1952,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 4:213-214.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Jerome K. Merlis and Sylvia Burleigh. “Progress report on measurement of barbiturate narcosis,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 4:370.
  • ___1953
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Jerome K. Merlis, Sylvia Burleigh, Jeanette H. Jiusto, Grace L. Merlis and Georg F. Henriksen. “Measurement of barbiturate narcosis,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology Supplement 3:23.
  • ______“Presidential address,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology Supplement 4:3-5.
  • ______ Quest for a Northern Air Route. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  • ______“World eclipse of freedom?” letter to the editor of the Boston Herald, December 14.
  • ___1954 “This I believe,” Boston Sunday Globe Magazine [June 13]:2.
  • ___1955
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Sylvia Burleigh and Marjorie Neyland. “Electric responses to color shift in frog and turtle retina,” Journal of Neurophysiology 18:517-535.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Anne P. Forbes and Marjorie Neyland. “Action potentials in the human mammary gland,” Journal of Applied Physiology 7:675-682.
  • ___1956
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Jerome K. Merlis, Georg F. Hendriksen, Sylvia Burleigh, Jeannette H. Jiusto and Grace L. Merlis. “Measurement of the depth of barbiturate narcosis,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 8:541-558.
  • ______Deane, Helen W. and Alexander Forbes. “Myoepithelial cells and their function,” Journal of Applied Physiology 9:495-496.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Christina Enroth, Marjorie Neyland, Mary S. Gongaware and Helen W. Deane. “Color-shift response in turtle retina related to difference in wave length,” Federation Proceedings 15:65.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Christina Enroth, Marjorie Neyland, Mary S. Gongaware and Helen W. Deane. “Color-shift response in turtle retina and its relation to difference in wave length,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 8:524.
  • ___1957
  • ______“Introduction to history of neurophysiology,” Journal of Neurophysiology 20:211.
  • ______“Correct terminology,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 9:238.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Helen W. Deane. “Color discrimination by the turtle retina,” Science 125:746-747.
  • ___1958
  • ______Deane, Helen W., Christina Enroth-Cugell, Mary S. Gongaware, Marjorie Neyland and Alexander Forbes. “Electroretinogram of fresh-water turtle: form and spectral sensitivity,” Journal of Neurophysiology 21:45-61.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Helen W. Deane. “Electrical studies of color vision in the turtle,” Experimental Cell Research Supplement 5:440-450.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Helen W. Deane, Marjorie Neyland and Mary S. Gongaware. “Electroretinogram of fresh-water turtle: quantitative responses to color shift,” Journal of Neurophysiology 21:247-262.
  • ___1959
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Nancy Milburn and Sally Fox. “Electroretinogram of fresh-water turtle: selective adaptation to colored light,” Journal of Neurophysiology 22:704-713.
  • ______“Book review: Sherrington: Physiologist, Philosopher and Poet, by Lord Cohen,” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 11:851.
  • ______“Eugene Floyd Dubois, 1882-1959,” American Philosophical Society Yearbook []:122-127.
  • ___1960
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Marjorie Neyland and Sarah E. Fox. “Electric response in the mammary gland,” Journal of Applied Physiology 15:511-514.
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander, Sarah E. Fox, Nancy Milburn and Helen W. Deane. “Electroretinograms and spectral sensitivities of some diurnal lizards,” Journal of Neurophysiology 23:62-73.
  • ______“The growth of neurophysiology,” The Physiologist 3(2):31-44.
  • ___1962 Forbes, Alexander, Eizo Yamashita, Nancy H[avens] Hayes, Sarah E. Fox and Clare M. Mahan. “Electroretinogram of fresh-water turtles: recovery rates from red and orange light adaptation,” Journal of Neurophysiology 25:600-606.
  • ___1963
  • ______ Forbes, Alexander and Clare M. Mahan. “Attempts to train the spinal cord,” Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 56:36-40.
  • ______“Book review: Synaptic Trasmission, by Hugh McLennan,” Journal of the American Medical Association 185:895.
  • ___1964 Forbes, Alexander, Sarah E. Fox, Elaine S. McCarthy and Eizo Yamashita. “Quantitative response to color shift in diurnal lizards,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 52:667-672.
  • ___undated A Democracy for Youth. Freeville, N.Y.: George Junior Republic.

Index to Selected Names

Reference to Box and Folder Numbers
Abbe, Ernst C., 102:2212
Abbot, C.G., 124:2517
Adams, Ray, 1:1
Adrian, Edgar D., 1:2-27; 16:770; 17:798; 18:866; 18:900, 901; 59:1831; 122:2479, 2489, 2490, 2493, 2495; 126:2601
Aird, Robert B., 1:28
Alexander, Jerome, 1:29
Allen, T.P., 1:30
Alvarez, Walter C., 1:31
Amberson, William R., 1:32
Ames, Adelbert, 1:33; 18:861; 18:909
Anderson, John E., 1:34
von Anrep, Gleb V., 1:35
Armington, John C., 1:36
Ashley, Alta, 60:1842
Asuka, T., 1:37
Aub, Joseph C., 1:38
Austin, George M., 1:39
Azuma, R., 1:40
Babcock, Myra, 2:41
Baird, Perry C., jr., 2:42
Baker, Arthur, 58:1699
Baker, E.H., 2:43
Baker, Lydia, 60:1842
Baldwin, Mary S., 60:1845
Ballantine, Stuart, 2:44-46; 93:2077, 2079, 2081, 2083, 2084, 2088, 2094, 2101; 122:2468
Barbeau, Antonio, 2:47-48
Barber, Henry C., 2:49
Barcroft, Joseph, 2:50; 7:326; 18:866; 122:2495
Bard, Philip, 2:51; 19:948-958
Barnard, R.D., 2:52
Barney, J. Dellinger, 2:53
Barrow, Charles, 58:1700
Barry, D.I., 2:54
Baskervill, Margaret, 60:1841
Batchelor, R.P., 2:55
Battista, Arthur, 2:56-62
Bauer, Wilhelm, 2:63-65; 3:132, 135, 137
Baumberger, J[ames] Percy, 2:66
Bayliss, L.E., 2:67
Bazett, Henry C., 2:68
Bearg, Edna, 60:1846
Beaudouin, Charles, 58:1705
Beebe-Center, J.G., 2:69
Beecher, Henry K., 2:70-73; 91:2037, 2041
Bell, Herbert, 2:74
Bell, Lewis, 2:75
Bemis, Alan C., 2:76
Bemis, Alonzo, 91:2031
Benedict, Francis G., 2:77-78
Benson, C.E., 2:79
Berrie, Lloyd H., 2:80
Beutner, R., 2:81
Beyme, Fritz, 2:82
Bickford, Reginald, 2:83
Bigelow, George, 91:2032
Bigelow, Henry Jacob, 91:2042
Binger, Carl, 2:84
Bingham, Harold C., 2:85
Bird, Charles, 58:1709
Bishop, George H., 2:86-88; 19:948-958
Blackwell, Helen, 60:1841
Blair, Henry A., 2:89
Blodgett, Katherine, 60:1845
Boder, David P., 2:90
Bodian, David, 2:91
Boland, Frank, 91:2046, 2048
Boring, Alice, 60:1839
Boring, Edwin G., 2:92-93; 21:1048, 1049; 25:1207
Bovie, William T., 2:94; 122:2468, 2469
Bowditch, Harold, 2:95
Bradford, Edward H., 2:96
Bradley, Harold C., 2:97
Bradley, Leverett, 93:2065
Brazier, Mary A.B., 2:98-99; 18:867; 104:2248
Breder, Charles M., jr., 2:100-101
Breed, William B., 2:102
Bremer, Frederic, 2:103-106
Bright, Elizabeth, 60:1839
Briscoe, Grace, Lady, 2:107
Britton, S.W., 2:108
Brodie, T.G., 2:109
Bronk, Detlev W., 2:110-111; 18:898; 21:1063
Brookhart, J.M., 2:112; 12:544
Brooks, Chandler McC., 2:113
Brooks, Charles, 96:2146, 2147; 125:2576
Brooks, S.C., 2:114
Brouwer, 58:1710
Brown, Lloyd, 2:115
von Brücker, Ernst T., 3:116-166; 12:582; 13:646; 55:1685; 60:1844
Brunswick, David, 3:167
Brylski, Florian J., 2:168
Buchanan, F., 2:169
Buchthal, Fritz, 3:170
Bucy, P.C., 3:171
Bülbring, Edith, 3:172
Bull, Lucien, 3:173; 10:449
Burleigh, Sylvia, 60:1844
Burlo, George M., 3:174
Burn, Joshua H., 3:175
Burnett, F.L., 3:176
Burrows, Montrose T., 3:177
Burwell, C. Sidney, 3:127; 3:140, 148, 149, 159; 122:2502, 2053, 2505, 2506
Butler, James, 124:2518
Butler, Virginia, 60:1841
Cabot, Sewall, 4:178; 90:2016; 93:2072, 2074, 2075
Camougia, George, 4:179
Campbell, Clarence J., 4:180-183
Campbell, Gordon, 93:2106
Campbell, L.L., 4:184
Cannon, Walter B., 4:185-193; 3:123, 126, 127, 128, 159, 164, 165; 7:342; 8:351-352; 12:594; 27:1348; 119:2442; 120:2444; 122:2467, 2468, 2473, 2500; 124:2536; 124:2557; 124:2563, 2568
Carlisle, Pearl, 60:1841
Carlsen, Elizabeth, 60:1844
Carlson, Anton J., 4:194
Carmichael, Leonard, 4:195
Carpenter, Ruth, 60:1839
Carrasco-Formiguera, R., 4:196
Carroll, Evelyn L., 4:197; 60:1845
Cattell, McKeen, 4:198-199; 18:863, 864; 126:2598
Caveness, William F., 4:206
Chafee, Zechariah, jr., 4:201
Chaffee, Emory L., 4:202; 2:45; 59:1829
Chambers, Doris, 60:1844
Chapman, 4:203
Chatfield, Paul O., 4:204; 11:514
Christian, Henry A., 4:205
Church, Mrs., 60:1844
Clark, George H., 93:2111-2113
Clark, Lewis F., 4:206
Clay, Margaret, 4:207-211; 8:366
Clow, Fred E., 4:212
Clowes, George, 4:213
Cobb, Stanley, 4:214-218; 91:2032, 2033, 2034, 2045; 3:146; 15:713; 15:747; 17:798; 124:2564; 126:2600, 2601
Cohen, Melvin J., 58:1717
Cohn, Alfreed E., 4:219
Cohn, Edwin, J., 4:220
Cohn, Robert, 4:221
Cole, Kenneth S., 4:222; 21:1059, 1060
Colt, Sylvia, 60:1841
Compton, Karl T., 4:223; 125:2594
Coolidge, John T., 4:224
Cooper, Sybil, 4:225; 60:1842
Copeland, Harry D., 124:2519
Coppee, Georges, 4:226
Cornell, Eugene, 58:1720
Cotton, F. Sidney, 98:2164
Craig, Wallace, 60:1841
Crampton, C. Ward, 4:227
Crehore, Albert C., 4:228
Crescitelli, F., 4:229
Crile, George W., 4:230
Crockett, Eugene A., 4:231
Croskery, William F., 4:232
Crowe, Samuel J., 4:233
Crowley, Harold, 9:425
Cugell, (Mrs.) David. See Enroth, Christina
Culler, E.A., 4:234
Cushing, Harvey, 4:235; 91:2036
Cutler, G.D., 4:236
Cutting, Fulton, 93:2065, 2066; 124:2520
Dahm, Thomas M., 58:1724
Dale, Henry, 5:237
Darwin, Charles G., 5:238
Davis, Hallowell, 5:239-254; 8:351-353; 12:570, 571; 18:858, 860, 861, 862, 908; 19:948-958; 21:1044-1056, 1061, 1067, 1076; 21:1091; 104:2242, 2244, 2246; 124:2534; 126:2598, 2601, 2602
Davis, V. Kenah, 60:1840
Deane, Helen W., 5:255-264; 6:302, 303, 304, 305; 27:1325
Degelman, John, 55:1684; 58:1726
Delgado, Jose, 11:526
Denny-Brown, Derek, 5:265-266; 4:218
Derbyshire, Arthur J., jr., 5:267; 122:2486
Desnoes, P.H., 5:268
Dill, D. Bruce, 5:269
Dingle, Olive, 60:1841
Dixon, R.L., 5:270
Dobhloff, Edith, baroness, 124:2521
Drinker, Cecil K., 5:271; 4:191-193; 20:1038, 1039; 21:1047, 1053-1054; 122:2471, 2474, 2479, 2480
Drinker, Philip, 12:562, 563; 92:2054-2058
Drury, Carolyn, 60:1843
Dryerre, Henry, 5:272
DuBois, Arthur B., 5:273-274
DuBois, Eugene F., 5:275, 21:1073
Dubuisson, Marcel, 5:276
Dusser de Barenne, J.G., 5:277
Early, Marie, 60:1844
Eccles, J.C., 6:278-282; 2:86, 87; 126:2601, 2602
Eckenhoff, James E., 6:284
Edisen, Adela, 6:285
Edsal, David L., 92:2055, 2057, 2060; 122:2467, 2468, 2469, 2472, 2479, 2481, 2484, 2486, 2487
Edwards, D.J., 6:286
Einthoven, Willem, 6:287; 90:2007
Eisenhower, Dwight D., 124:2565
Eliot, Carole, 60:1841
Ellis, Frederick W., 6:288-290
Emerson, David, 126:2602
Emerson, Edward, 124:2522
Emerson, Haven, 92:2054-2064
Emerson, John Haven (Jack), 58:1713; 90:2020; 92:2054-2064
Emerson, John H., 58:1744
Emerson, Raymond, 124:2523
Enroth, Christina, 6:291-306; 5:251; 8:369; 20:1032
Erlanger, Joseph, 6:307; 3:132, 133, 141, 144, 145, 146, 150, 153, 155; 19:948-958
Esterquest, Ralph T., 126:2602
Eustis, Betty, 60:1844
Fay, Earl, 60:1841
Felix, Robert H., 7:308
Fenn, Wallace O., 7:309; 19:948-958; 19:931-934; 126:2598, 2602
Fernow, B.E., 7:310
Ferry, Ronald, 7:311
Fischer, Edward G., 7:317
Fisher, Howard, 124:2524
Fisher, Irving, 7:313
Fitz, G..W., 58:1746
Flatau, Theodor, 7:314
Flood, Merrill M., 7:315-317
Forbes, Alexander, C., 124:2525
Forbes, Charlotte G.., 124:2526
Forbes, Edith Emerson (Mrs. William H., Alexander Forbes' mother), 91:2049
Forbes, Edward P., 124:2527
Forbes, Edward W., 124:2528; 91:2050; 122:2507
Forbes, Ellen, 124:2529
Forbes, F. Murray, 124:2530
Forbes, Henry S., 7:318; 3:141
Forbes, J. Malcolm, 7:319-320; 124:2531
Forbes, Katherine, 124:2532; 9:418
Forbes, Ralph, 124:2533
Forbes, Stephen, 7:321-325
Forbes, W[illiam] Cameron, 124:2535-2536; 124:2563
Forbes, Waldo Emerson, 124:2534
Forbes, William H., 124:2537; 2:50
Forde, Miss, 60:1847
Fox, Sarah, 60:1846
Frank, Robert G., 126:2602
Franklin, Kenneth J., 7:326
Fredericq, Henri, 7:327; 3:129, 130
Fuller, Samuel A., 7:328
Fulton, John F., 7:329-344; 3:142, 143, 153; 11:524; 18:861, 864; 19:935; 19:948-958; 91:2041, 2042; 126:2601
Fuortes, M.G.F., 7:345
Galambos, Robert, 8:346-349; 14:675; 21:1059, 1060, 1061
Gamble, James L., 8:350; 3:140, 141, 150, 152, 155-158; 125:2594
Garceau, Lovett, 8:351-353; 1:23; 122:2479; 124:2529
Garcia, Juanita, 60:1844
Gasser, Herbert S., 8:354-357 3:124, 129, 146, 147, 150, 155, 156, 157; 18:900; 19:948-958; 90:2021
Gasteiger, Edgar, 22:1105, 1106
Gatto, Lucio, 60:1842
Gerard, Ralph W., 8:359-366; 3:130, 131, 133, 134, 135, 139, 144, 150, 152, 155, 157, 158; 19:948-958; 21:1054, 1055, 1056, 1058, 1059; 21:1079, 1081
Gesell, Robert, 8:367; 15:718
Gilman, Bradley, 124:2538
Gongaware, Mary S., 60:1845
Goodell, Helen, 8:368
Graf, John, 124:2539
Granit, Ragnar, 8:369-373; 122:2505
Grass, Albert, 8:374; 1:25; 2:67; 8:351; 12:583; 58:1758, 1759, 1760; 90:2013; 126:2602; 19:985-1002
Gray, Annie E., 8:375
Greene, Doris, 60:1842
Gregg, Alan, 21:1094-1098
Greisheimer, Esther, 8:376-377
Grenfell, Sir Wilfred, 46:1572; 97:2155, 2158, 2159; 102:2211, 2213, 2217, 2226; 126:2601
Griffith, Fred R., jr., 8:378
Grover, Hazel, 60:1841
Grundfest, Harry, 8:379
Gudernatsch, F., 8:380
Hallowell, Phillips, 8:381
Hamilton, Alice, 9:382
Hammett, Frederick S., 9:383; 18:864
Hardy, William, 9:384
Harkins, W.B., 9:385
Harrington, E.L., 9:386
Harris, D. Fraser, 9:387
Harris, H.I., 9:388
Harris, Philip, 9:389
Harrison, J.M., 9:390
Hartline, H. Keffer, 9:391-394; 107:2291
Hartman, Frank, A., 9:395
Havens, Nancy, 60:1839
Hawkins, Joseph E., 124:2540
Hawkins, Ralph, 9:396; 12:589
Hecht, Selig, 9:397; 3:123, 124, 131, 132
Heilbrunn, L.V., 9:398
Heines, Karl D., 9:399
Heizer, Helen, 60:1840
Helliwell, John O., 9:400
Henderson, Lawrence J., 9:401, 1:24; 15:744; 122:2495
Henderson, Yandell, 9:402; 3:132
Henriksen, Georg F., 9:403
Hill, Archibald Vivian, 9:404-411; 3:122; 15:716; 16:766; 18:864; 93:2074; 124:2538
Hill, Samuel E., 9:412
Himwich, Harold E., 9:413
Hindle, Charles F., 59:1766
Hines, Marion, 9:414
Hitchcock, Elizabeth L., 124:2541
Hoagland, Hudson, 9:415-418; 18:863, 864; 21:1059
Hoar, Elizabeth, 60:1839
Hoefer, Paul, 2:84
Hoff, Hebbel E., 9:419; 7:338; 91:2045, 2046
Hoffman, Paul, 9:420
Hofmann, C.L., 59:1769
Hollingsworth, Joe P., 9:421
Holmes, Eric, 9:422
Holmes, Gordon, 124:2542
Holt, Edwin B., 9:423
Holter, Norman J., 9:424
Holzer, Ulrich, 59:1771
Hompe, Louise, 60:1840
Hooper, S.C., 93:2069, 2091, 2094, 2095, 2097, 2098, 2099
Hooton, Earnest A., 9:425
Hopkins, Anne McH., 9:426-432; 21:1095
Horney, Karen, 9:433
Hoskins, Roy G., 9:434; 18:861
Howell, William H., 9:435
Howland, Llewellyn, 126:2600
Hughes, Cora, 60:1840
Hunt, Reid, 9:436
Hurxthal, Lewis M., 9:437
Hyde, Henry Webb, 9:438
Hyman, Albert S., 9:439
Ingalls, Fay, 124:2543
Inman, Ruth, 60:1845
Irving, Laurence, 10:440-441
Isbell, Harris, 9:442
Jackson, Charles, 91:2025-2053; 19:961; 36:1457; 124:2522
Jacobson, Edmund, 9:443
James, William, 9:444; 13:647
Jasper, Herbert H., 10:445-446; 47:1593
Jelliffe, Smith Ely, 10:447
Jennings, Percy H., 10:448
Jewett, F.B., 10:449
Jiusto, Jeannette, 60:1845
John, E. Roy, 10:450; 8:366
Joliot-Curie, Irene, 124:2563
Jones, Benjamin, 10:451
Jones, C.E., 59:1775
Jones, Frank P., 10:452
Joslin, Elliot P., 10:453
Judd, Deane B., 10:454-455
Kato, Genichi, 10:456-459
Keller, Rudolf, 10:460
Kelley, Truman L., 10:461
Kennard, Frederick H., 10:462
Kennard, Margaret A., 10:463
Kennedy, Donald, 10:464
Kety, Seymour S., 10:465
Keyes, Frederick W., 59:1779-1782
Kimball, Paul, 10:466
Klemin, Alexander, 9:467
Knight, Robert P., 10:468
Knoefel, Peter K., 10:469; 11:490; 20:1027-1028
Knowles, John, 22:1137-1142
Koketsn, K., 10:470
Kooi, Kenneth A., 10:471
Korzybski, Alfred, count, 10:472-473
Krumbhaar, Edward, 10:474-478; 3:118, 120; 18:863, 901-905; 92:2064
Kubie, Lawrence, 8:366; 126:2602
Kubo, M., 10:480
Kuffler, Stephen W., 10:479
Kunhardt, Harriet, 60:1839
Kuré, 10:481
Ladd-Franklin, Christine, 11:482-485
Lairy, Gabrielle C., 11:486
Lamb, Arthur B., 11:487
Lambert, Elizabeth, 60:1841
Lambert, Robert A., 11:488
Lamson, Paul D., 11:489-490
Landau, William M., 11:491
Landis, Carney, 11:492
Landis, Eugene M., 11:493
Lane, Walter A., 11:494
Langelaan, J.V., 25:1177, 1178
DeLanne, R., 11:495
Langfeld, Herbert S., 11:496-497
Lapicque, Louis, 11:498; 18:862, 863; 58:1705
Larson, John A., 11:499
Lashley, Karl S., 11:500-501
Laurens, Henry, 11:502
Lawrence, William, 11:503
LeClair, H.P., Lt. Commander, 93:2076-2079, 2081, 2082, 2085, 2089, 2091
Lee, Frederic S., 11:504
Leese, Chester E., 11:505-508; 21:1079, 1080
Lehman, Harry, 11:509
Leighton, Mrs., 60:1843
Lennox, William G., 11:510
Lettvin, Jerome Y., 11:511; 11:522
Levine, Jon, 11:512
Levy, R. Ellen, 11:513
Lewis, Edwin C., 59:1789
Lewis, Katherine, 60:1841
Li, Choh-luh, 11:514
Liddell, E.G.T., 11:515
Liddell, H.S., 11:516
Lillie, Ralph S., 11:517
Lindsley, Donald B., 11:518; 21:1082
Linwood, Walter E., 11:519-520
Livingston, Robert B., 11:521
Lloyd, David P.C., 11:522
Locke, Otto M., 59:1791
Loewenstein, Werner R., 11:523
Loewi, Otto, 125:2591
Lofthus, Orin M., 11:525
Long, C.N.H., 11:526
Loomis, Alfred, 11:527-528; 109:2392
Loomis, Elaine, 60:1839
Lorente de No, Rafael, 11:529-531; 5:252; 21:1091
Loring, John C.G., 11:532
Loveland, Frank, 11:533
Loewell, Abbott L., 92:2055, 2060
Lowell, Frank, 124:2544
Lucas, Keith, 11:534-537; 17:798; 58:1715; 90:2019
Luckhardt, Arno B., 11:538
Lunt, Lawrence K., 11:539-540
Lusk, Graham, 11:541; 3:118
Lyman, Charles P., 11:542
Lyman, Theodore, 11:543
Lyon, George A., 124:2545
Machne, Xenia, 12:544-546
MacPherson, Macdonald, 15:713
Magoun, Horace W., 11:547
Mahan, Clare, 60:1847
Mallinckrodt, Edward, 20:1026-1032; 3:141-143, 148, 151, 153; 5:245; 122:2479
Mann, Frank C., 12:548
Marble, Henry C., 124:2546
Marcy, Henry O., 59:1795
Mark, E.L., 12:549
Markham, Mrs. George. See Deane, Helen W.
Marshall, Wade H., 12:550-551
Marston, William M., 12:552
Martin, Ernest G., 12:553
Martin, Franklin H., 12:554
Mason, Eleanor, 60:1841
Mather, Kirtley F., 12:555
Mathews, Albert P., 12:556
Mayo, Virginia, 12:557
McCarthy, Elaine, S., 60:1847
McClendon, Jesse F., 12:558
McConnell, James V., 12:559
McConnell, R.F., 124:2547
McCouch, Grayson, P., 12:560
McCulloch, Warren S., 12:573; 18:873; 21:1075
McFarland, Ross A., 12:574
McIntosh, Rustin, 12:575
McKinley, Earl B., 12:576
McLennan, Hugh, 12:577
McMasters, Philip D., 12:578
Means, James H., 12:579
Meigs, Edward B., 3:141-143, 150-152
Mello, Nancy, 12:580
Meltzer, Samuel J., 12:581
Menter, Philip, 12:582
Merlis, Jerome K., 12:583
Merrill, E.G., 12:584
Miceli, F.A., 12:585
Milburn, Nancy, 60:1846
Miles, Walter R., 12:586
Miller, Frederick R., 12:587
Miller, O.M., 97:2151; 98:2165; 99:2169; 100:2192, 2195; 101:2201, 2210; 102:2220, 2223; 107:2289; 108:2304; 108:2313; 109:2336; 112:2379
Miller, Richard, 12:588-590; 124:2562; 125:2569-2572; 126:2598
Millett, J.B., 60:1843
Millet, John A.P., 12:591
Mines, George R., 12:592
Minot, George R., 12:593-595; 18:862; 125:2594
Mitchell, Philip H., 12:596
Molderhauer, Dora, 60:1839
Molnar, George R., 12:597-598
Monnier, Andree, 12:599; 21:1096; 58:1705
Montalvao, Deoclides, 12:600
Moore, A.R., 12:601; 3:117, 119-121, 138-140, 146, 149, 151-152, 156-158
Moore, Floy J., 12:602
Moore, G.A., 12:603
Moore, George A., 124:2548
Morison, B.R., 12:604
Morison, Robert S., 12:605
Morison, Mrs. Robert S.. See Rempel, Beningna
Morison, Samuel E., 12:606-607; 48:1604-1623; 98:2163; 126:2598
Morrison, L.R., 12:608
Morrison, Russell, 12:609
Morse, Sterne, 12:610
Motham, V.H., 12:611
Motler, Elizabeth, 60:1842
Munn, John R., 13:643
Munn, Orson, 12:612
Murray, Henry A., jr., 12:613; 18:864
Muus, Jytte, 12:614
Myres, Magnus J., 12:615
Nafe, John P., 12:616
Needham, Joseph, 12:617
Nettleship, E., 12:618; 16:780; 17:815
Neufville, Helmuth de, 59:1801
Newhall, Charles B., 124:2549
Neyland, Marjorie, 60:1844
Nixon, Richard M., 124:2564, 2568
Noble, Ralph A., 12:619
Novick, Alvin, 12:620
Noyons, A.K.M., 12:621
Nyström, Stig, 12:622
O'Connor, Johnson, 13:623-630; 11:500; 18:860-861; 58:1748-1752
Odell, Noel, 101:2203
Oinuma, S., 13:631
Olmsted, J.M.D., 13:632-636
Oppenheimer, Robert, 122:2509, 2510, 2511
Palmer, Walter W., 13:637; 18:866
Pappenheimer, John, 126:2602
Parker, George H., 13:638-639
Patterson, William, 13:640
Paul, Elizabeth, 60:1843
Pauling, Linus, 124:2567-2568
Pavlov, Ivan P., 58:1709
Payson, John, 13:641
Peabody, Francis W., 12:579
Peabody, W. Rodman, 124:2550
Pearse, Arthur S., 13:642
Peckham, Robert H., 13:643
Penfield, Wilder, 13:644
Pereira, Jayme R., 7:339
Perkins, F. Theodore, 13:645
Perkins, John F., jr., 13:646
Perry, Ralph B., 13:647
Pfeiffer, John, 13:648
Phillips, Wilbur C., 13:649
Pier, Arthur, 13:650
Pierce, Harold F., 13:651
Pinkston, J.O., 13:652
Podkopaen, N., 13:653
Pollock, J. Lewis, 13:654
Polunin, Nicholas, 13:655
Ponder, Eric, 13:656
Popoff, Constantine, 125:2584
Poppen, John R., 13:657
Porter, Eugene L., 13:658
Porter, William T., 17:810; 18:866
Pratt, Frederick H., 13:659; 18:866
Price, Lucien, 13:660
Purpura, D.P., 13:661
Putnam, James J., 13:662
Putnam, Tracy, jr., 13:663
Querido, Arie, 14:664-666; 21:1094
Ranson, Stephen Walter, 14:667
Raper, Howard R., 91:2043, 2044
Rappleye, Willard C., 14:668; 3:125
Ray, George, 14:669
Ray, Louise, 14:670
Raymond, 14:671
Rees, Maurice H., 14:676
Redfield, Alfred C., 14:672-675; 21:1066-1075; 22:1150; 27:1310-1311; 122:2467
Rempel, Beningna, 14:677-680; 5:245; 122:2484
Renshaw, Birdsey, 14:681-688; 1:26; 7:340-341; 8:356; 47:1588
Rice, Lucinda H., 60:1840; 90:2010
Richardson, John, 124:2564, 2567; 126:2600; 124:2551
Richardson, Mark W., 14:689
Richter, Curt P., 14:690
Riddle, 124:2552
Rieley, J.F., 14:691
Ring, Martha, 60:1839
Rioch, David McK., 14:692; 90:2021
Rivenburgh, F.L., 14:693
Rizzolo, Attilio, 14:694; 4:188; 25:1190
Robie, W.F. (Mrs.), 124:2553
Robinson, Ellen, 60:1843
Rock, John, 14:695
Rockerfeller, Nelson, 21:1094-1098; 122:2473; 124:2568
Rodgers, Charles G., 14:696
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 124:2554, 2562; 93:2065, 2066, 2069, 2070, 2074, 2075, 2097, 2100
Rosenblith, Walter A., 14:697
Rosenblueth, Arturo, 18:866-867
Rosner, Burton S., 14:698
Rowe, Allan W., 14:699-700; 18:862-863
Rowland, John, 126:2600
Royle, N.D., 14:701-702; 13:624
Ruch, T.C., 14:703-704
Rupp, Alice, 14:705
Rushton, William A.H., 14:706
St. George, R., 15:707
Saltonstall, John L., 93:2066
Saltonstall, Leverett, 124:2563-2564
Samriloff, A., 15:708
Sarnoff, Paul, 126:2599
Saul, Leon, 15:709-710
Sawabini, E., 60:1842
Sawyer, Marilyn, 60:1844
Scheer, Bradley T., 15:711
Schell, Erwin H., 15:712
Schlesinger, Arthur, 124:2564, 2568
Schwab, Robert, 15:713
Schwab, Sidney I., 15:714
Schwartze, E.W., 15:715
Scott, Donald, jr., 15:716-717; 104:2242
Scott, J.M. Duncan, 15:718
Scudder, Heyward, 15:719
Shapiro, Herbert, 15:721
Shapley, Harlow, 15:720; 26:1304; 124:2564
Shattuck, George C., 15:722; 18:863; 124:2545, 2568
Shaw, Louis A., 92:2056
Shepard, Charles E., 15:723
Shepard, Helen, 60:1841
Sherrington, Carr, 15:724
Sherrington, Sir Charles S., 15:725-742; 3:175; 4:218; 5:265-266; 7:310; 7:329, 336, 338, 342; 8:366; 11:515; 12:587; 13:644; 14:667; 14:674; 15:724; 25:1207; 48:1600; 54:1675; 93:2108; 122:2473, 2489, 2490
Sholund, Vernon, 60:1845
Sidman, Richard L., 15:743
Sims, William S., Admiral, 18:859-862; 93:2101-2108
Singleton, Robert S., 109:2319; 110:2353, 2354; 112:2376; 115:2406, 2408
Skinner, Burrhus Frederic, 15:744
Slankis, Irma, 60:1844
Smith, Edith, 15:745
Smith, Homer, 15:746
Smith, Olive C., 15:747
Smithwick, Reginald H., 15:748
Solomon, Barbara M., 124:2555
Spaeth, Reynold A., 15:749
Spalding, Ida, 60:1841
Spalding, Walter R., 15:750; 18:864
Stalker, Hugh, 15:751
Stedman, Henry R., 15:752
Stefansson, Vilhjalmur, 15:753
Stenstrom, John D., 15:754
Stephenson, Charles W., 15:755
Stetson, Harlan T., 15:756; 96:2142
Stewart, Mary L., 60:1845
Stoddard, Frances, 124:2556
Stoddard, James K., 15:757
Storr, John F., 15:758
Stowell, Frank E., 15:759
Strong, Richard P., 15:760
Surette, Thomas W., 15:761
Sutcliffe, Evelyn M., 15:762
Szent-Györgzi, A., 15:763
Tanner, V., 102:2219, 2222; 103:2227
Tashiro, Shiro, 16:764
Taylor, E.W., 16:765
Taylor, Martha, 60:1840
Taylor, Mary S., 124:2557
Taylor, Solatia M., 59:1819
TeWinkel, Helen, 60:1841
Thacher, Catherine, 60:1840
Thayer, Abbot, 93:2067, 2072, 2073, 2075
Thayer, William S., 16:766
Therman, Per O., 16:767
Thomas, L.B., 61:768
Thompson, A.T., 59:1822
Thorner, Melvin W., 16:769
Thorpe, W.H., 16:770
Tomita, Tsuneo, 16:771
Trainor, Joseph C., 16:772
Treleaven, Clifford L., 16:773
Trinkaus, John P., 16:774
Truesdale, Philemon E., 16:775
Truman, Harry S., 124:2564-2566
Turner, Abby H., 16:776
Turner, R.S., 16:777
Twarog, Betty M., 18:873
Tyzzer, E.E., 16:778
Ulrich, John L., 16:779
Usher, C.H., 16:780
Veach, H.O., 16:781
Verzar, Frederiq, 16:782
Verzeano, Marcel, 16:783-786; 12:547
Viets, Henry, 16:787-788; 19:961
Vuillemier, O.H., 59:1826
Wald, George, 17:789; 122:2512
Wall, Patrick O., 17:790
Walter, W. Grey, 17:791
Warner, Edward P., 17:792
Warren, A. Emerson, 17:793
Warren, Charles H., 17:794
Warren, John, 122:2472-2473
Warren, Richard, 17:795
Warren, Shields, 17:796
Warren, Stafford L., 17:797
Washington, Bowden, 93:2077, 2091, 2096, 2098-2100
Watson, John B., 17:798
Webster, Dorothy, 60:1843
Webster, Fred, 17:799
Webster, Frederic A., 124:2558
Weigel, John C., 17:800
Weiss, Paul, 17:801
Weiss, Soma, 17:802; 18:863
Welch, Matt, 124:2559
Welling, Richard, 17:803-804
Wells, F. Lyman, 17:805; 18:863
Welsh, John H., jr., 17:806
Wendell, Mark T., 124:2560
Wengerd, A. Sherman, 59:1827
Wengerd, Sherman, 126:2602
Wever, E.G., 21:1096
Whitaker, Lester R., 17:807-809; 21:1079
White, Abraham, 17:810
White, Paul Dudley, 17:811
Whiting, Anna R., 17:812
Wiersma, Cornelis Adrianus Gerrit, 17:813
Wierzuchowski, M., 17:814
Wigglesworth, Mary C.D., 17:815
Wiley, Ruth, 60:1839
Williams, Horatio B., 17:816-836; 11:504
Wilson, Douglas J., 17:837
Wilson, Edwin, 15:716; 18:873; 21:1075; 92:2055
Wolbach, S. Burth, 17:838
Wolf, Ernst, 17:839
Wolff, Harold G., 17:840-841
Woronzow, D., 17:842
Wright, Samson, 17:843
Wuest, Olga, 17:844
Yamashita, Eizo, 17:845-850; 11:523
Yeager, 17:851
Zamenhof, Stephen, 17:852-853
Zinsser, Hans, 17:854
Zotterman, Yngre, 17:855-856
Title
Forbes, Alexander, 1882-1965. Papers, 1827, 1835, 1848-1978 (inclusive), 1910-1946 (bulk): Finding Aid
Author
Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Center for the History of Medicine.
EAD ID
med00075

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