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Identifier: MSS 2/115
Scope and Contents The collection contains correspondence, personal papers, addresses, and writings, 1926-1967, of Max B. Lurie, documenting his life, professional career, and research into genetic resistance to tuberculosis.Lurie's professional correspondence, 1928-1966, is preserved in Series 1. Principal correspondents are Lurie's colleagues or collaborators in tuberculosis research, many of them associated with the Henry Phipps Institute of the University of Pennsylvania, including Samuel...
Dates: 1926 - 1957
Identifier: MSS 2/132
Scope and Contents Address for University of Pennsylvania’s Celebration of Medical Progress, 10-11 Oct. 1930, but never delivered. Morgan highlights university’s outstanding events, individuals, such as Benjamin Franklin, John Morgan, and Benjamin Rush, and contributions to medicine.
Dates: circa 1930