Melvin Schwartz papers, 1950-2009 [RBML]
.... This collection is located on site. Papers of the Columbia University Nobel prize winning physicist (1988) for his part in the discovery, along with with Leon M. Lederman and Jack Steinberger, of the muon neutrino...
Pearl S. Buck Collection, 1932-1956 [RBML]
... earned her the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1938. According to the Nobel Prize Committee for Literature, Buck earned the prize "for her rich and truly epic descriptions of peasant life in China and for her...
I. I. Rabi papers, 9999 [RBML]
... not donate to the Library of Congress but kept as her own mementos. David Adler Nobel Prize Columbia University Bill Moyers J. R. Zacharias R. B. Palmer V. F. Weisskopf J. R. Schwinger E. R. Purcell Brandeis...
Eric R. Kandel papers, 1950s-2015 [RBML]
... room. This collection has no restrictions. Eric R. Kandel is a neuroscientist and the recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for "discoveries concerning signal transduction...
Frédéric Mistral papers, 1875-1913 [RBML]
... sheets, half sheets, and scraps of paper. Also, some memorabilia relating to ceremonies honoring Mistral, particularly the Nobel Prize Ceremonies in 1904. The material is all mounted on the blank leaves...
Anna Cheskis Gelman papers, 1929-2003. [HSL]
... graduation from MIT, Gelman moved with her parents to Moscow in what was then the USSR, where she served as a research assistant to future Nobel Prize winner Herman J. Muller at the Institute of Genetics...
Albert Schweitzer papers, 1949; 1966 [Burke]
... of the rest of his life there. In 1952, Albert was awarded the Nobel Prize. He used the money received with the prize to expand the hospital and establish a leper colony in Lambaréné. Along with medicine...
David Nachmansohn papers, 1918-1981 [RBML]
... room. Correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, memorabilia, and printed materials primarily concerning biochemistry. Correspondents include 24 Nobel Prize winners, including Otto Loewi, Otto Meyerhof...
Raisa Berg Papers, 1898-2006 [RBML]
... at the Institute of Genetics, Russian Academy of Sciences, under supervision of the future Nobel Prize winner Hermann Muller. In 1939, Berg defended her dissertation and moved to Moscow and began her doctorate...
A. P. Watt & Son letters, 1883-1917 [RBML]
... and directors. A. P. Watt's clients include a Nobel Prize winner, four Booker Prize winners, three Orange Prize winners, several Whitbread Prize winners, and the first Children's Laureate. Its writers have...
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