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Abstract

Papers of Robert B. Livingston, professor of neuroscience and medical administrator. The collection includes early correspondence (1947-1952), writings, talks and lectures, project materials, and UCSD teaching materials. Also included are papers of Livingston's mentor John F. Fulton.

Biography

Robert Burr Livingston was born in 1918, received his bachelors degree from Stanford University in 1940 and graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine in 1944, where he did his residency in internal medicine. His major academic appointments include the Yale University School of Medicine (1946-1952), the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine (1952-1957) and the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine (1964-1989). In 1956 he was appointed Director of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. In 1964 he became the founding chair of the Department of Neurosciences at UCSD. Throughout his career, Dr. Livingston was active in several anti-nuclear weapons and peace organizations, including the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, which was awarded the 1985 Nobel Prize for Peace.

Dr. Livingston's research has been concerned with investigating combinations of nervous and mental functions, using neuroanatomical, neurophysiological, behavioral, and clinical techniques. He has published widely in these fields, including chapters in John F. Fulton's Physiology of the Nervous System and a dozen chapters in Best and Taylor's Physiological Basis of Medical Practice. While a professor in the Department of Neurosciences at UCSD, he developed the Neurosciences Study Plan for students in neurosciences. He is well known for his work in the cinemorphology of the human brain, using a technique developed at UCSD by Roy E. Mills which involves slicing, staining and photographing very thin sections of the whole human brain in sequence. An award-winning film on this subject, titled The Human Brain: A Dynamic View of its Structures and Organization was produced in 1976 by Sy Wexler.

Dr. Livingston has also made significant contributions to the study of the relationship between chronic undernutrition and human brain development, and he was involved in a project titled the "Committee for Undernourished People." In 1986, the Army Medical Corps Research and Development Command selected Dr. Livingston's Laboratory for Quantitative Morphology in the Department of Neuroscience at UCSD to establish a national research and development program to construct a prototype computer system that would be capable of mapping in three dimensions and displaying the entire human brain at microscopic levels of detail. Individuals involved at UCSD and Scripps Institution of Oceanography included R. Livingston, F. Bloom, H. Karten, D. Armstrong, J. Morrison, W. Young, and S. Foote.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Robert Burr Livingston Papers document the career and professional activities of a noted neuroscientist, professor and medical administrator. Materials include early correspondence (1947-1952), writings, talks and lectures, project materials, and some UCSD teaching materials. Also included are papers of Livingston's mentor John F. Fulton. The bulk of Livingston's papers were destroyed prior to the acquisition of these materials. The papers are arranged in seven series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) SUBJECT FILES, 3) WRITINGS, 4) LECTURES AND TALKS, 5) PROJECTS, 6) TEACHING MATERIALS, and 7) JOHN F. FULTON MATERIALS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and includes letters from Leo Szilard, Jonas Salk, Linus Pauling, Wilder Penfield, Carl Sagan, and Lewis Thomas. There is correspondence documenting Livingston's involvement with the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences, the Foundations' Fund for Research in Psychiatry and the Institute for Policy Studies, of which he was a founding member. A very rich correspondence covers the period from 1947 to 1952, while Livingston was a member of the faculty of the Yale University School of Medicine and spent time in Europe receiving advanced training. Of particular interest are letters to Paul C. Smith, editor and general manager of the San Francisco Chronicle, that report on his interpretations of the climate and mood of post-war Europe.

SERIES 2: SUBJECT FILES

A large number of files document Livingston's various involvements in and his role as a founding member of the Institute for Policy Studies and with Fritjof Capra of the Elmwood Institute. The subject files also document Dr. Livingston's ongoing interest in disarmament, peace and anti-nuclear issues.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS

The writings largely relate Livingston's interest in peace and disarmament. Also included are some incomplete drafts of his chapters in John F. Fulton's Physiology of the Nervous System, as well as reprints of a few of his scholarly articles.

SERIES 4: LECTURES AND TALKS

This series includes several talks Livingston gave on issues of peace and disarmament, such as his lecture on deterrence and on the Cuban Missile Crisis. It also includes his notes for the American Association for the Advancement of Science Holiday Science Lecture series, presented to statewide honors high school students in Florida (1958) and Oregon (1959).

SERIES 5: PROJECTS

The PROJECTS series is arranged by project in three subseries: A) Brain Mapping Project, B) Committee for Undernourished People, and C) The Human Brain Film.

A) The Brain Mapping Project subseries is arranged alphabetically and consists largely of transcripts of a week-long meeting called the Task Definition Workshop, where Livingston and others met to sort out the tasks and goals for this new project. The transcripts are arranged chronologically. The subseries also contains data and digitized computer drawings of brain sections of monkeys, rats and other animals.

B) The Committee for Undernourished People subseries includes research subject files, arranged alphabetically. Also included is correspondence with Vicky Newman, Newman's dietary analyses, and data on nutrition of pregnant women and mothers.

C) The Human Brain Film subseries is arranged alphabetically and contains correspondence pertaining to the film, funded by Hoffman-La Roche, Inc. The subseries also includes draft scripts for the film, as well as license agreements.

SERIES 6: TEACHING MATERIALS

The TEACHING MATERIALS series consists mainly of documents that Dr. Livingston collected to develop his Neurosciences Study Plan at UCSD. There is very little documentation on courses which Dr. Livingston taught, although there are some files pertaining to a genetics course that he taught. The series primarily documents Dr. Livingston's process for developing a teaching plan for a graduate program in neurosciences.

SERIES 7: JOHN F. FULTON MATERIALS

The JOHN F. FULTON MATERIALS series consists mainly of Fulton's diary (1949-1957), which was sent to a number of people as weekly correspondence, but also contains some of his writings on the history of medicine at Yale. The remainder consists of correspondence between Livingston and Fulton, filed chronologically by year from 1949 to 1956. During the time Livingston was at Yale, John Fulton was Livingston's supervisor. Fulton was chair of the Department of Physiology, and after retirement he joined the Department of the History of Medicine at Yale.

CORRESPONDENCE

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1 1 A - Miscellaneous.
1 2 Aeromedical Research Unit, Yale University, 1940 - 1952.
1 3 American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1966 - 1981.
1 4 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1969 - 1977.
1 5 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Commission on Science Education, 1969.
1 6 Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease, 1947.
1 7 B - Miscellaneous.
1 8 Balzers Corporation, 1974 - 1976.
1 9 Bates, John, 1948.
1 10 Bloomfield, Arthur L., 1943 - 1952.
1 11 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1980 - 1982.
1 12 Bronk, Detlev, 1951 - 1956.
1 13 C - Miscellaneous.
1 14 Caveness, William, 1948 - 1949.
1 15 Chandler, M.L., 1947 - 1948.
1 16 Chapman, William P., 1948 - 1949.
1 17 Cohen, Leonard, 1954.
2 1 Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), 1962 - 1964.
2 2 Cook, Lyle E., 1954.
2 3 Corson, Samuel A., 1951 - 1952.
2 4 Cutting, Windsor C., 1946 - 1950.
2 5 D - Miscellaneous.
2 6 Danforth, C.H., 1943 - 1947.
2 7 Davis, Dr. and Mrs. George, 1951.
2 8 Denny-Brown, D., 1945 - 1946.
2 9 Desmedt, J.E., 1951.
2 10 Digital Equipment Corporation, 1981.
2 11 E - Miscellaneous.
2 12 Evans, Joseph P., 1948 - 1949.
2 13 F - Miscellaneous.
2 14 Fessard, Alfred, 1949 - 1954.
2 15-17 Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences, 1959 - 1964.
2 18 Foundations' Fund for Research in Psychiatry, 1954 - 1964.
2 19 Freeman, Walter, 1954 - 1955.
3 1 Fulton, John F., 1946 - 1950.
3 2 G - Miscellaneous.
3 3 Gelperin, Abraham, 1951.
3 4 Glees, Paul, 1950 - 1955.
3 5 Gregg, Alan, 1949 - 1956.
3 6 Gruber Fellowship, 1949.
3 7 H - Miscellaneous.
3 8 Hall, Francoise, 1985.
3 9 Hall, Victor E., 1948 - 1953.
3 10 Halpin, William C., 1962 - 1964.
3 11 Hess, W. R., 1948 - 1950.
3 12-14 Hoffman-La Roche and Co., 1975 - 1981.
3 15 Hoover, Herbert, 1948.
3 16 Hultgren, Herb, 1948 - 1952.
4 1 I - Miscellaneous.
4 2-3 Institute for Policy Studies - Includes incorporation documents, 1962 - 1964.
4 4 J - Miscellaneous.
4 5 Jasper, Herbert, 1948 - 1956.
4 6 Johnson, George, 1948 - 1950.
4 7 K - Miscellaneous.
4 8 L- Miscellaneous.
4 9 Liddell, Howard, 1947 - 1950.
4 10 Lindsley, David, 1967, 1981.
4 11 Livingston, Bill, 1947 - 1950.
4 12 Livingston, Kenneth E., undated.
4 13 Livingston, R. [father], 1949.
4 14 LKB Instruments, 1980 - 1981.
4 15 Long, C. N. H., 1948 - 1952.
4 16 M - Miscellaneous.
4 17 MacLean, Paul D, 1952-1956, 1980.
4 18 Magoun, H. W., 1952.
4 19 Mandeville, Hubert T., 1970.
4 20 McLean, Franklin C., 1954.
4 21 Mega Vision, 1986 - 1987.
5 1 Mellinkoff, Sherman, 1947 - 1952.
5 2 Miller, Neal E., 1961.
5 3 Morelle, Jean, 1951.
5 4 N - Miscellaneous.
5 5 Nagler, Michael, 1988.
5 6 National Academy of Science - Space Medicine Committee, 1969.
5 7 National Geographic Society, 1978 - 1982.
5 8 National Pharmacology Laboratory, Inc. - Jones, Casey, 1983.
5 9 Neurophysiology memorabilia, 1957 - 1959.
5 10 Nowell, Pat, 1983.
5 11 O - Miscellaneous.
5 12 Office of Naval Research, 1955 - 1956.
5 13 O'Rahilly, Ronan, 1981 - 1983.
See SERIES 2, Digitizing embryos.
5 14 P - Miscellaneous.
5 15 Parmelee, Arthur Hawley, Jr., 1959.
5 16 Pauling, Linus, 1953 - 1960.
5 17 Penfield, Wilder, 1958 - 1960.
5 18 Phillips, Herbert, 1982 - 1983.
5 19 Platt, John, 1977, 1986-1987.
5 20 Quimby, Freeman H., 1952 - 1955.
6 1 R - Miscellaneous.
6 2 Reid, William H., 1985.
6 3 Roche Laboratories, 1978.
6 4 Rodriguez Delgado, Jose Manuel, 1947 - 1952.
6 5 S - Miscellaneous.
6 6 Sabbadini, Roger, 1983 - 1986.
6 7 Sachs, Ernest, 1958, 1962.
6 8 Sagan, Carl, 1985.
6 9 Salk Institute for Biological Studies, 1958, 1964.
6 10 Salk, Jonas, 1964, 1974, 1984.
6 11 Saltman, Paul, 1978 - 1979.
6 12 Sawyer, Charles H., 1956 - 1958.
6 13 Schmitt, Francis O., 1974 - 1985.
6 14 Schwab, Robert S., 1952.
6 15 Segundo, Jose, 1956 - 1963.
6 16 Sevareid, Eric, 1973, 1980.
6 17 Shapiro, Charles, 1984.
6 18 Shiamoto, Takio, 1957 - 1960.
6 19 Shilling, Charles, 1952 - 1955.
6 20 Shiver, Steven O., 1985.
6 21 Sikand, Rajinder, 1957 - 1963.
7 1 Sklar, Michael, 1960 - 1961.
7 2 Smadel, Joseph E., 1960.
7 3 Smith, Paul Clifford, 1946 - 1955.
7 4 Soriano, Victor, 1960 - 1965.
7 5 Spickard, W. B., 1948 - 1949.
7 6 Sprague, James Baird, 1962 - 1965.
7 7 Spyropoulous, Constantine, 1962-1963, 1985.
7 8 Stone, Frederick L., 1962 - 1965.
7 9 Stover, Carl, 1960 - 1961.
7 10 Su, Hong-Sen, 1980.
7 11 Szentagothai, John, 1957 - 1962.
7 12 Szilard, Leo, 1956.
7 13 T - Miscellaneous.
7 14 Tasaki, Ichiji, 1963.
7 15 Terry, Luther, 1961.
7 16 Thomas, Lewis, 1983.
7 17 Thompson, Elizabeth, 1949-1950, 1961.
7 18 Tompkins, Howard E., 1961.
7 19 Tuchman, Barbara, 1979 - 1981.
7 20 Turner, Eric A., 1957.
7 21 U - Miscellaneous.
7 22 V - Miscellaneous.
8 1 von Muralt, Alexander, 1957.
8 2 W - Miscellaneous.
8 3 Wallenstein, Alfred, 1959 - 1964.
8 4 Ware, Randy, 1973.
8 5 Waxman, Bruce, 1984.
8 6 Webb, Conant, 1958 - 1959.
8 7 Weddell, Graham, 1949 - 1950.
8 8 Weed, Lewis H., 1949 - 1951.
8 9 West, John, 1987 - 1988.
8 10 Wheeler, Mary P., 1948 - 1952.
8 11 Wiederholt, Wigbert C., 1979 - 1983.
8 12 Wikler, Abraham, 1960 - 1961.
8 13 Windle, William F., 1963 - 1964.
8 14 Wolf, Ken, 1957 - 1962.
8 15 Worden, Fred, 1956-1964, 1981.
8 16 Wyrwicka, Wanda, 1961 - 1962.
8 17 Xu, Lu-Xi, 1980 - 1984.
8 18 Xu, Ma, 1982.
8 19 Y - Miscellaneous.
8 20 Yakovlev, Paul, 1954-1957, 1976.
8 21 Yarmolinsky, Adam, 1959.
8 22 York, Herbert F., 1983 - 1986.
8 23 Z - Miscellaneous.
8 24 Zador, Imre, 1961-1963, 1979.
8 25 Zakusov, Vasilii V., 1959.
8 26 Zola-Morgan, Stuart, 1983.

SUBJECT FILES

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9 1 AIDS articles and notes.
9 2 Altered States (Movie).
American Association for the Advancement of Science.
9 3 Commission on Science Education Agendas.
9 4-5 Committee on the Public Understanding of Science.
9 6 American Association of Neurological Surgeons.
9 7 American Association of University Women.
See SERIES 3, Proposition for American Association of University Women Symposium, Portland, Oregon, June 23, 1965.
9 8 American Civil Liberties Union - Proposition 41 and Undernutrition, September 22, 1984.
9 9 American Neurological Association.
10 1 Biophysical Society Meetings - February 19-23, 1984.
10 2 Book reviews of interest to Livingston.
10 3-4 British Broadcasting Corporation - Human Brain television series.
10 5 Carnegie Corporation - Grant application and correspondence.
10 6 Central Coordination of Eye Movements - Grant application and correspondence.
10 7-9 Cerebrospinal Fluid - Includes Adelbert Ames material.
10 10-12 Cinemicrotome.
10 13 Cinemorphology of the Whole Human Brain, film description.
Commonwealth Fund.
10 14 Fellowship application.
10 15 Livingston's grant application and correspondence.
Computer Equipment.
11 1 Evans and Sutherland - Correspondence and notes, 1976 - 1983.
11 2 Information, UNIX.
11 3 Improvements and hardware acquisitions.
11 4 Miscellaneous correspondence and notes.
11 5 UNIX.
11 6 Computer Equipment Facility, Chemistry Department - Correspondence.
11 7 Digitizing Embryos.
See SERIES 1, O'Rahilly, Ronan.
11 8 Drawings, miscellaneous.
11 9 Elmwood Institute - Fritjof Capra.
11 10 Education.
12 1 Electron Microscope - JEOL Inc.
12 2 Faculty for Social Responsibility.
12 3-4 Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences - Includes meeting minutes.
12 5 Foreign Service Institute.
12 6 Green politics.
12 7 Holograms - Multiplex Co. - Roche Laboratory.
12 8 Hudson Brown Fellowship Application, 1949 - 1950.
13 1 Institute for Global Conflict and Cooperation.
13 2-3 Institute for Information Systems.
13 4 Institute for International Study - Carl Rosberg.
13 5 Institute for Non-Linear Science.
13 6 Institute for Policy Studies - Education Seminar.
13 7 International relations.
13 8 John Brockman Associates, Inc. - Literary agents.
14 1 Livingston, Kenneth - The Limbic System: Questions of Access to Man's Inner Space.
14 2 Livingston, Robert - UCSD Desk - Miscellaneous correspondence and articles, 1979 - 1987.
14 3 Locus Coeruleus - 3-Dimensional reconstruction -- Correspondence and project description.
14 4 Managing East-West Conflict - Booklet and mailing List.
14 5 Mandala Holistic Health.
14 6 March of Dimes.
14 7 Microtome Equipment.
14 8-10 Morphometrics and Neurological Imaging.
14 11 NASA - Advisory Committee for Office of Life Science Programs on Space Medical and Behavioral Sciences.
15 1-2 National Film Board of Canada.
National Geographic Society.
15 3 Draft notes and correspondence.
15 4 Film payments and terms.
15 5 Frontiers of Science book chapter.
15 6 License.
15 7 Storyboard.
National Institutes of Mental Health.
15 8-9 Chronic Undernutrition and Child Behavior - Correspondence.
15 10 NINDB Basic Research Program.
National Science Foundation.
15 11 Miscellaneous.
15 12 Division for Applied Physical, Mathematical and Biological Science.
16 1 Division of Applied Research.
16 2 Panel of Applied Research.
16 3 Progress reports and correspondence.
16 4 Science education.
16 5 Neurosciences Ph.D. Program, UCSD.
16 6 Neurosciences Research Program.
16 7 New York Times Magazine - Review of article on medical experimentation on man.
16 8 Nobel Peace Prize, 1985.
16 9 Notes and materials, 1984.
16 10 Office of Naval Reserach - Brain Organization and Behavior - Mimeograph.
16 11 Pauling, Linus - UCSD Lecture September 30, 1988 - Biography and newspaper clippings.
Physicians for Social Responsibility.
17 1-2 Miscellaneous.
17 3 Council of the San Diego Medical Society.
17 4 Nuclear Issues and Election, SDSU, April 28, 1984.
17 5 PBS Radio Broadcast - Robert Livingston.
17 6 Physiology of the Nervous System - Correspondence on revision.
17 7 Quantitative Morphology - Facility Grant Proposal.
17 8-9 Quantitative Morphology Laboratory.
Quantitative Neurology.
17 10 Brain (Ape/Gorilla).
17 11 BRAIN.DAT File Structure, June 29, 1976.
17 12 Development.
18 1 Map algorithms.
18 2 Printout of movie program, April 8, 1976.
18 3 Roche.
18 4 Roche Laboratory - Quantitative Morphology Support - Blueprints.
18 5 Talos Systems, Inc.
18 6 Teller Lecture - Notes.
18 7 Torrance, E. Paul - Creativity.
18 8 TRW Technology Research Center.
18 9 Zeiss, Inc., microscope equipment - Correspondence and technical information.
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19 1 Alexandrian Anatomists: Hirophilus and Erasistratus, February 11, 1986.
19 2 Annual Report of the Basic Research Program, NIMH-NINDB, 1957.
19 3 Appeal for the Study of Man as a Whole, ca. 1963.
19 4 Bibliographies.
19 5 Biographical materials and curriculum vitae.
19 6 Brain Stem Reticular Formation - Reprint.
19 7 Cerebrospinal Fluid - Reprint.
19 8 Energy/War: Breaking the Nuclear Line - Livingston's abstract of Part II.
19 9 Epilogue: Reflections on James Wenceslas Papez, According to Four of His Colleagues (compiled by Kenneth E. Livingston) - Reprint.
19 10 Fate of the Earth, by Jonathan Schell, May 1982.
19 11 Foreign Service Institute, mid-career course - Draft notes, 1962 - 1964.
19 12 Government Aid to Education: a Footnote to the Contemporary Discourse - Typescript.
19 13 Meetings to Prevent Nuclear War Held in Helsinki and the Soviet Union, June 1984.
19 14 Miscellaneous notes.
19 15 Need for Strengthening Neuroanatomy in the Neurosciences Department, February 9, 1981.
19 16 Neurophysiology of the Reticular Formation - Reprint.
19 17 Nuclear Winter - Newly Recognized Global Hazards of Nuclear War.
See SERIES 1, Sabbadini, Roger.
19 18 Perception and Commitment - Reprint.
19 19 Personal notebook, 1949.
19 20 Physiology of the Nervous System - Revision draft.
19 21 Progress report, R/V Alpha Helix Amazon Expedition - Typescript, 1967.
19 22 Proposition for the American Association of University Women Symposium.
See SERIES 3, American Association of University Women.
19 23 Regional Differences in Seizure Susceptability in Monkey Cortex - Reprint.
19 24 Saturday Evening Post - Manuscript, notes, draft, and correspondence.
19 25 Some General Integrative Aspects of Brain Function - Reprint.

LECTURES AND TALKS

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19 26 Crisis Behavior - The Cuban Missile Crisis, C3I Fragility, April 15, 1986.
19 27 Deterrence, February 20, 1986.
See SERIES 1, Sabbadini, Roger.
Holiday Science Lectures.
19 28 How Man Looks at His Own Brain.
19 29 Lecture notes for Lectures I, II and III.
19 30 Notes.
19 31 Humankind on the Loose, University of Virginia - Abstract and materials.
19 32 Jantsch Memorial Lecture, Berkeley, 1981.
20 1 Lecture 2 on Reinforcement, Boulder, August 5, 1966.
20 2 Possible Biological Foundations for Creativity.
20 3 School Children's Performance and Their Early Nutritional History, April 16, 1980.
20 4 Some Limitations Affecting Physics and Mathematics as Applied to Biology and Especially to the Nervous System, August 1973.
20 5 Summary of the Skinnerian Position - Includes "Critique of Skinner's Position" and "A Skinnerian Glossary", May 1961.
20 6 Symposium on Integrative Mechanisms Affecting Sensory Transmission - Chairman's remarks.
20 7 Teach Constructive Human Adaptation.
20 8 What is the Nature of Human Nature? - Draft manuscript.

PROJECTS

Brain Mapping Project

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20 9 Army Research Contract - Notes.
20 10 Articles of interest.
20 11 CN View.
20 12 Coronal rat 1. Filenames.
20 13 Coronal rat without skull - Meth. Blue. Filenames, July 23-25, 1987.
20 14 DRAT - Coronal - All - Meth. Blue, no skull. Filenames.
20 15 Five Year Plan and Project Overview.
20 16 Hillman rat.
20 17 Horizontal, sagittal, coronal. Filenames.
20 18 Horizontal - Monkey 449. Filenames.
20 19 Introductory chapter.
20 20 MB RAT 1 - 189 images. Filenames.
20 21 Megavision tapes.
20 22 Monkey 392 - Coronal. Filenames.
20 23 Monkey 374 - Sgaittal. Filenames.
Pictures.
20 24 GPX/Monkey/Human.
20 25 Human/Monkey/Rat.
20 26 Stensaas.
20 27 Rat brain in hierarchical form.
21 1 Tape Archive Lists - Rat.
Task Definition Workshop.
21 2-12 Monday, May 12, 1986 - Transcripts.
21 13-19 Tuesday, May 13, 1986 - 9:00-3:05 - Transcripts.
22 1-3 Tuesday, May 13, 1986 - 3:05-4:35 - Transcripts.
22 4-11 Wednesday, May 14, 1986 - Transcripts.
22 12-20 Thursday, May 15, 1986 - Transcripts.
22 21-28 Friday, May 16, 1986 - Transcripts.

Committee for Undernourished People

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Committee subject files.
23 1-6 Articles of interest.
23 7 Clippings.
23 8 Computer data - Nutritional analysis of HNR mothers.
23 9 CUPSTATS database.
23 10 Data.
23 11 Dietary Intake Analysis Program.
23 12 Frisch, Rose B.
23 13 Kaiser Family Foundation Data Analysis Proposal.
23 14 Notes and articles.
23 15 Nutrient analysis statistics.
23 16 Nutrition - Community contacts.
24 1 Nutrition - Miscellaneous.
24 2 Statistics - T-tests.
24 3 CUPSTATS Database.
24 4 Discussion of Risk Factors on 28 Children.
24 5 March of Dimes Meeting 1980.
24 6 March of Dimes Nutritional Analysis Data.
Newman, Vicky.
24 7 Correspondence.
24 8 Data analysis.
24 9 Diet analysis and correspondence.
24 10 Dietary analysis.
24 11 Prenatal Nutrition Project - Draft proposals.
24 12 Nutritional Analysis of aaa Mothers, January 25, 1982.
24 13 Nutritional Analysis of All Mothers, January 25, 1982.
24 14 Nutritional Status of Low-Income Prenatal Patients.
24 15 Report on the Workshop on Malnutrition and Social Functioning.

The Human Brain Film

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24 16 American Association of Neurological Surgeons - Presentation on the film, April 23, 1977.
24 17 American Broadcasting Corporation - License agreement and correspondence.
British Broadcasting Corporation.
24 18 "A Question of Balance" papers.
24 19 Notes and correspondence.
24 20 Chiasma Productions - License agreement.
25 1 Chinese sound track.
25 2 Film distribution - Correspondence.
25 3 Film honors.
25 4 Les Films du Levant - License agreement and correspondence.
25 5 Harold Meyers Productions - License agreement.
Hoffman-La Roche, Inc.
25 6 Budget estimates.
25 7 Drafts for The Human Brain.
25 8 Narration.
25 9 The Human Brain - Awards.
25 10 The Human Brain - Miscellaneous correspondence.
25 11 International Media Systems - Correspondence and license agreement.
25 12 Kerker and Associates.
25 13 KOCE-TV - License agreement and correspondence.
25 14 Larry Keating Productions - License agreement and correspondence.
25 15 Loan of film slides - Correspondence.
25 16 Maruca, Mary - License agreements and correspondence.
25 17 Medcom Company - License agreement and correspondence.
25 18 Medstar Communications Inc. - License agreement and correspondence.
25 19 Meetings and exhibits.
25 20 Midland-Matrix Award, Michigan, 1981.
26 1 Miscellaneous film inquiries.
26 2 Museum of Science and Industry - Slide transparencies usage.
26 3 National Geographic Society - Correspondence.
26 4 Nordeutsch Rundfunk.
26 5-7 Ontario Educational Communications Authority - License agreements and correspondence.
26 8 Paramount Pictures (Star Trek) - License agreement and correspondence.
26 9 Permission request - Trent Johnson.
26 10 Philips Medical Systems Corporation - License agreement and correspondence.
26 11 Power/Rector Production - Correspondence - The Scheme of Things.
26 12 RAI-TV - Italy.
Scientific American.
26 13 Commercial - License agreement and correspondence.
26 14 Cover illustration.
26 15 Societe Francais Production.
26 16 Societe Nationale Television Francaise.
26 17 Terry Strauss Productions.
26 18 U.S. News and World Report Books.
26 19 Viewer feedback.
Walt Disney Production.
26 20 Epcot Center - License agreement.
26 21 Computers Are People Too - License agreement.
26 22 WCVB-TV Boston - License agreement.
26 23 WGBH Educational Foundation - License agreement.
26 24 WHEC News New York - License agreement and correspondence.
26 25 WNET-TV New York - Slide transparencies usage.
26 26 WXIA-TV Atlanta, Georgia - License agreement and correspondence.
26 27 Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen - Germany - License agreement and correspondence.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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26 28 Basic Medical Neurology, 1978 - 1985.
27 1 Genetics Course - UCSD, 1966.
Neurosciences Study Plan.
27 2 Teaching Automated Instruction.
27 3 Consultants and staff - Correspondence and notes.
27 4 Dr. Brackett's Seminar booklet - Includes photographs.
27 5 Films - Correspondence.
27 6 Film script for Matzke dissection.
27 7 Films to select - Correspondence and descriptions.
27 8 Information.
27 9 Livingston on return from East, May 5, 1967.
27 10 Postlethwait film script and correspondence.
27 11 Teaching - Curricula and correspondence.
27 12 Teaching methods.
27 13 Teaching - Research and medical education information.
28 1 Teaching resources.
28 2 Teaching resources - Correspondence.

JOHN F. FULTON MATERIALS

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28 3 Biography of John F. Fulton by Victor Soriano.
28 4 Bishop, George H. - Correspondence.
28 5 Capillaries and Lymphatics - Lecture notes - Fulton, 1937.
28 6 Course Outlines - Department of the History of Medicine, Yale University.
28 7-12 Diary of John F. Fulton, 1949 - 1954.
29 1-3 Diary of John F. Fulton, 1955 - 1957.
29 4 Fulton Christmas letter, 1950.
29 5-12 Fulton, John F. - Correspondence, 1949-1956, 1961.
29 13 Gorillas.
29 14 History of the Yale University School of Medicine, by John F. Fulton.
30 1 Impact of Science on American History, by John F. Fulton.
30 2 John Fulton Medal - Society for the History of Medical Science.
30 3 Lectures in the History of Physiology, by John F. Fulton.
30 4 List of references.
30 5 Neurophysiological Backgrounds of Modern Clinical Neurology, by John F. Fulton.
30 6 Newspaper clippings.
30 7 Newspaper release - John F. Fulton appointed Sterling Professor of History of Medicine, Yale University, January 1951.
30 8 Physiology of the Nervous System - Draft revision.
30 9 Progress report - Veterans Administration contract, 1949.
30 10 Second Annual Report - Department of History of Medicine, Yale University.
30 11 Sensitization bibliography.
30 12 Summary of Thomas W. Salmon Lectures, 1951.


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