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Abstract

The Lillian W. and William H. Fishman Papers document the medical and research careers of two cancer scientists, William Fishman and Lillian Fishman, who specifically researched what is termed an oncodevelopmental biological approach to cancer. Included in the papers are files on the establishment of the La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation, the research center founded by the Fishmans, now The Burnham Institute; files on William Fishman's teaching and cancer research at Tufts University; personal files including awards and honors; and correspondence with leading cancer scientists.

Biography

William Fishman was born in Winnipeg, Canada, on March 2, 1914, and grew up in Manitoba on the Canadian prairies. He received his degree with high honors in chemistry in 1935 from the University of Saskatchewan and was granted his Ph.D. in biochemistry in 1939 from the University of Toronto. Before receiving his doctorate, Fishman published three sole author papers in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

In 1939, William Fishman married Lillian Waterman. Waterman was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on April 28, 1915. She entered the University of Alberta in 1931, focused on a science degree in home economics with her real interest being in biochemistry. Upon graduation, she was accepted as a graduate student at Columbia University, but instead stayed in Calgary. She was later accepted by Montefiore Hospital, New York, in their dietitian training program, where she worked in the tuberculosis wards and taught the nurses about nutrition.

William worked for Professor Marrian at the University of Toronto in 1938, at the time Marrian accepted a Professorship of Medical Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh. Marrian invited William to apply for a Research Fellowship of the Royal Society of Canada, which he won. After their marriage, William and Lillian departed for Edinburgh, arriving in time to hear that war had broken out in Europe. In 1940, the Fishmans decided to leave Britain after hearing of the German victories across Europe. Back in the U.S., William found work with Dr. V. duVigneuad at Cornell University Medical College in New York City and Lillian worked as a dietitian at New York Hospital.

As William's Royal Society of Canada Fellowship came to an end in 1941, a position at the Bowman-Gray School of Medicine at Wake Forest opened up and William was hired. The Fishmans moved to the Winston-Salem, North Carolina, area and began work under Professor Camillo Artom.

In 1945, William Fishman was hired by the Department of Surgery at the University of Chicago. This opportunity allowed him to study in a biochemical research environment which included scientists Tom Gallagher, E. Guzman Baron, Earl Evans, Konrad Bloch, and Charles Huggins, who later received the Nobel Prize for his work on prostatic cancer.

In 1948, Tufts University sought to attract research oncologists to their faculty and Dr. Gallagher recommended William Fishman. Fishman became the scientific director of the Tufts Cancer Research and Cancer Control Unit, studying tumor markers and doing clinical trials, as well as holding a joint research professorship in the biochemistry department. In 1953, the laboratory had devised a specific method for measuring the acid phosphatase of prostatic origin. The so-called Fishman-Lerner method was highly regarded by urologists and oncologists in helping to solve problems in differential diagnosis. They also discovered the Regan Isoenzyme-a placental alkaline phosphate-named after the cancer patient it was discovered in. In 1975, when reaching retirement age, William Fishman decided it was time to move on from Tufts and find another scientific avenue.

After searching for an established institution, the Fishmans decided to create an new foundation whose sole function was to support oncodevelopmental research. A visit to La Jolla, California, convinced the Fishmans the scientific environment was right for a new research foundation, thus the beginning of the La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation.

In 1976, the La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation began operations in a leased renovated apartment building on South Coast Blvd. in La Jolla. The foundation was first funded by a planning grant from the National Cancer Institute. In 1979, the foundation moved to a space on Torrey Pines Mesa. The foundation received designation as a NCI Basic Science Cancer Research Center, a credential which only two other California institutions shared-The Salk Institute and the California Institute of Technology. William Fishman served as president of the foundation from 1976-1989 and then continued on as an emeritus member of the board of trustees. In 1996, the foundation changed its name to The Burnham Institute and he continued to serve as president emeritus and trustee until his death. In 1995, he published his own account of the founding of the Institute in the book "La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation: The Miracle on Torrey Pines Mesa." Lillian Fishman served in many positions as the foundation was starting and growing, then served as the public relations director. She founded and published the LJCRF Newsletter and created the "Friends of LJCRF" which attracted community support.

William Fishman also started the International Society for Oncodevelopmental Biology and Medicine in 1977 attracting scientists devoted to this branch of cancer research, who had been meeting previously. William Fishman drafted bylaws which were approved by the conference scientists. The La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation was designated as the North American headquarters of the society.

Dr. William Fishman passed away on January 25, 2001, and is survived by his wife, Lillian, to whom he was married 61 years and by a daughter and two sons.

Scope and Content of Collection

The papers of Lillian and William Fishman document their medical and research careers from college to the founding of the La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation and its evolution into the Burnham Institute. The Fishman's lives were so entwined with their scientific work and the foundation that much of the papers, while including some personal information, documents their professional lives. The papers are arranged in nine series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) LJCRF ADMINISTRATIVE FILES, 3) BURNHAM INSTITUTE, 4) WILLIAM AND LILLIAN FISHMAN, 5) TUFTS UNIVERSITY, 6) SUBJECT FILES, 7) NEWS ARTICLES, 8) PHOTOGRAPHS, and 9) MEDIA.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series contains professional correspondence discussing research, visiting scientists and La Jolla Foundation's needs and growth. The correspondence is to and from the Fishmans from numerous community members, board members, employees, and others. It is arranged in two subseries: A) Alphabetical and B) Chronological.

A) The Alphabetical subseries is arranged by correspondent, ranging in date from 1976 through 1997.

B) The Chronological subseries is arranged by date from 1957 to 1998.

SERIES 2: LA JOLLA CANCER RESEARCH FOUNDATION (LJCRF) FILES

The LJCRF FILES series documents the beginning, daily work files, and the evolution of the LJCRF into the Burnham Institute. It is arranged in eight subseries: A) Administrative, B) Committees, C) Conferences, D) Events, E) Facilities, F) Grants, G) Publications and Reports, and H) Research.

A) The Administrative subseries contains budgets, bylaws, development ideas and plans, documents of origin, general policies and procedures, foundation mission statements, requisition receipts, strategic planning, and the transition of leadership between William Fishman and Erkki Ruoslahti.

B) The Committees subseries includes information on the Advisory Boards, Board of Friends, Board of Scientific Advisors, Board of Trustees, Development Committee, Finance Committee, Operations Committee, as well as staff meetings.

C) The Conferences subseries contains information on the International Cancer Congress, the International Society for Oncodevelopmental Biology and Medicine, the International Symposium for Clinical Enzymology, and the San Diego Conference on Onco-Developmental Gene Expression.

D) The Events subseries documents the numerous fundraising events that LJCRF organized to raise money. Most of the events were done through the LJCRF Friends Committee.

E) The Facilities subseries contains information on the first LJCRF facility on Coast Blvd., on the construction of a permanent facility and additions, site visits for NCI approval, and an original LJCRF sign.

F) The Grants subseries contains information on the different grants for which the foundation applied.

G) The Publications and Reports subseries contains the LJCRF Annual Reports from 1981 to 1994, brochures, committee reports, newsletters, and other publications highlighting the Foundation.

H) The Research subseries contains information on patent policy, research objectives, and research programs.

SERIES 3: BURNHAM INSTITUTE

The BURNHAM INSTITUTE series contains Annual Reports from 1995 to 2003, brochures, plans for expanding research into other fields, and information on the change of name from La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation to The Burnham Institute in 1996.

SERIES 4: WILLIAM AND LILLIAN FISHMAN

The WILLIAM AND LILLIAN FISHMAN series contains personal and biographical information, personal calendars, "La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation: The Miracle on Torrey Pines" publishing information, and article reprints. It is arranged in five subseries: A) Personal, B) Calendars C) Presentations, D) Writings, and E) Reprints.

A) The Personal subseries contains awards, curricula vitae, and other family information, including eulogies for William Fishman by his professional colleagues.

B) The Calendars subseries is the Fishmans' yearly calendars of meetings and research information from 1977 to 1998.

C) The Presentations subseries is typed scripts and notes, and small visual aids used at presentations.

D) The Writings subseries includes articles and article reviews, chapters written by William Fishman for "Clinical Biochemistry," as well as the notes and publishing information for "La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation: The Miracle on Torrey Pines."

E) The Reprints subseries contains reprints of articles written by William Fishman from 1937 to 1994, and also includes reprint requests from 1990 to 1996.

SERIES 5: TUFTS UNIVERSITY

The TUFTS UNIVERSITY series provides information on the beginning of the Tufts Cancer Research Center, started and managed by William Fishman, and other documents related to the Fishman's tenure at Tufts University.

SERIES 6: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES series contains materials on the Association of American Cancer Institutes, the California Foundation for Biomedical Research, the National Cancer Institute and Advisory Boards, the National Cancer Act of 1971, research information from scientists outside the foundation, and other cancer reports not produced by the foundation.

SERIES 7: NEWS ARTICLES

The NEWS ARTICLES series, arranged chronologically from 1948 to 2004, contains news articles relating to cancer research or, in the case of the later years, Foundation related articles.

SERIES 8: PHOTOGRAPHS

The PHOTOGRAPHS series is arranged in two subseries: A) People and Places and B) Events.

A) The People and Places subseries is arranged by photograph subject and includes the Fishman family, researchers, staff and board members, and also includes photographs of the original building the foundation was housed in and the construction and completion of the current facility.

B) The Events subseries documents the many events hosted by the Foundation, for example, symposiums, school field trips, award ceremonies and dinners, building dedications, board meetings, fundraising events, holiday events, foundation employee picnics and Tufts University photographs.

SERIES 9: MEDIA

The MEDIA series contains La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation event films and educational cancer films.

CORRESPONDENCE

Alphabetical

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1 1 A- Miscellaneous.
1 2 Abelev, G.I.
1 3 Allan, Tom.
1 4 Arshawsky, Joe.
1 5 B- Miscellaneous.
1 6 Beck, Lauren, 1977.
1 7 Beckman, Lars, 1983 - 1989.
1 8 Benirschke, Kurt, M.D.
1 9 Blevitz, David, 1983.
1 10 Bohn, Hans.
1 11 Bonner, James, Ph.D., 1984.
1 12 Borek, Ernest.
1 13 Brown, Ann E., 1978.
1 14 Burnham, Malin, 1987.
1 15 Butler, Gordon C., Ph.D.
1 16 C- Miscellaneous.
1 17 Cancer Research, 1987 - 1992.
1 18 Cavazos, Lauro F., Ph.D.
1 19 Chao, Dr. Janice Y.
1 20 Cherniak, Jack and Ruth, 1987.
1 21 Cirlin, Byron F.
1 22 Clinica Chimica Acta, 1987.
1 23 Coffman, Louie.
1 24 Cohen, Saul, Ph.D., 1984.
1 25 Criswell, Donald H., C.L.U., 1981.
1 26 D- Miscellaneous.
1 27 Deloitte Haskins and Sells, 1988.
1 28 Dixon, Frank - Includes correspondence regarding leasing of building space from Scripps, 1976.
1 29 Dosick, Rabbi Wayne, 1978.
1 30 F- Miscellaneous.
1 31 Fishman, Harry, 1987.
1 32 Fishman, Joel, 1978 - 1979.
1 33 Fox Chase Cancer Center.
1 34 Freestyle Photo, 1980.
1 35 Friedenberg, Richard M., M.D., 1987.
1 36 G- Miscellaneous.
1 37 Gephart, Thomas O., 1984.
1 38 Goldberg, David M., M.D., Ph.D., 1987.
1 39 Goldberg, Stephen B., 1982.
1 40 Gray, Cary, Ames and Frye, 1987 - 1988.
1 41 Grobstein, Ruth H.B., M.D., Ph.D.
1 42 H- Miscellaneous.
1 43 Hayman (Dean), 1957.
1 44 Heller, J.R., 1957.
1 45 Hirai, Hidematsu, M.D., Ph.D., 1976 - 1983.
1 46 Holley, Elizabeth, 1984.
1 47 Homburger, Freddy, Ph.D., 1957.
1 48 Hughes, Angela, 1981.
1 49 Hurry, James, 1980 - 1981.
2 1 I- Miscellaneous.
2 2 Ide, Hiroyuki, Ph.D.
2 3 Iino, Shiro, M.D.
2 4 Institute of the Americas, 1985 - 1987.
2 5 Ishidate, Dr. Morizo, 1977 - 1989.
2 6 Israel, Myer, 1981.
2 7 Jemmerson, Ronald, Ph.D., 1987.
2 8 K- Miscellaneous.
2 9 Kaplan, 1987.
2 10 Kellogg, Vickie, 1988.
2 11 Kelly, Patrick J., Ph.D., 1987.
2 12 Kessar, Israel, M.K. and Dr. I. Korn, 1987.
2 13 Kimes, Brian and Anne, 1976 - 1987.
2 14 Kohwi-Shigematsu, Dr., 1985.
2 15 Komoda, T., 1984.
2 16 L- Miscellaneous.
2 17-19 La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation - Outgoing correspondence, 1990 - 1997.
2 20 Lakoff, P.S., 1978.
2 21 Larson Enterprises, Inc., 1980.
2 22 Li, Min, 1977 - 1986.
2 23 Liss, Alan R., 1982 - 1989.
2 24 M- Miscellaneous.
2 25 Magee, Peter N., Ph.D., 1987 - 1988.
2 26 Martini, G.A., Ph.D., 1980.
2 27 Mason, Mare, 1980.
3 1 McMahon, Ed, 1991.
3 2 McMillan, David G., 1980.
3 3 Miyayama, Hiruhiko, M.D.
3 4 Moore, Tracy, 1991.
3 5 Myers, D.B., 1987 - 1988.
3 6 N- Miscellaneous.
3 7 Novak, Maury B.
3 8 Nozawa, Shiro, M.D., Ph.D.
3 9 O- Miscellaneous.
3 10 Operations Committee, 1989.
3 11 P- Miscellaneous.
3 12 Pallares, Soledad Parra.
3 13 Pennsylvania State University, 1988.
3 14 Pettijohn, David E.
3 15 Pettross, Allison.
3 16 Plaut, Gerhard W.E., Ph.D., 1987.
3 17 Poon, Lawrence.
3 18 Posen, Solomon, 1987 - 1988.
3 19 Post Office - Application for Third Class Rates of Postage.
3 20 Raam, Shanti, Ph.D.
3 21 Reeder, John, 1988.
3 22 Reiner, Leopold and Lillian.
3 23 Rice, Hall, James and Associates, 1990.
3 24 Roberson, William L., Ph.D., 1977.
3 25 Rogers, L., 1987.
3 26 Rosenthal, Sol Roy, M.D., Ph.D.
3 27 Ruoslahti, Erkki, M.D., 1984 - 1994.
3 28 S- Miscellaneous.
3 29 Salmon, Sydney E., M.D., 1989 - 1990.
3 30 Sato, Toyoji, 1989.
3 31 Sebrell, W.H., 1957.
3 32 Shimkin, Michael B., Ph.D.
3 33 Sinks, Lucius, 1987.
3 34 Sole, Dr. Hiro.
3 35 Spaulding, Samuel.
3 36 Sternberg, Robert A., 1982.
3 37 Stigbrand, Torghy, 1983 - 1987.
3 38 Stolbach, Leo Lucien.
3 39 Takeya, Dr. Motohiro, 1983 - 1986.
3 40 Taniguchi, Naoyuki, 1987.
3 41 Tatarinov, Dr. Yuri S., 1988 - 1991.
3 42 Taxel, Harold S., 1981 - 1982.
3 43 Trask, Walt, 1988.
3 44 Tufts University, 1986 - 1987.
3 45 United Way, 1988.
3 46 University Club, 1987 - 1989.
3 47 University of California, Los Angeles, 1988.
3 48 University of California, San Diego, 1980 - 1981.
3 49 University of Umea.
3 50 V- Miscellaneous.
3 51 Vogel, Max J., M.D., 1991.
3 52 W- Miscellaneous.
3 53 Wall Street Journal, 1989.
3 54 Waterman, David, 1987.
4 1 Weinhouse, Sidney, Ph.D.
4 2 Wells, Peter, 1987.
4 3 Wimpress, Duncan, Ph.D., 1991.
4 4 Wu, Dr. Zu-Rong, 1991.
4 5 Xu, Kai-li, 1981 - 1986.
4 6 Y- Miscellaneous.
4 7 Young, Robert C., 1988.
4 8 Z- Miscellaneous.
4 9 ZoBell, Karl, 1981.
4 10 Miscellaneous correspondence.

Chronological

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4 11 1957 - 1969.
4 12-19 1972 - 1986.
5 1-13 1986 - 1988.
6 1-28 1988 - 1991.
7 1-32 1991 - 1993.
8 1-15 1993 - 1998.

LJCRF FILES

Administrative

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8 16 5 Year Scientific Plan, 1981 - 1995.
8 17 10 Year Scientific Plan, 1988 - 1997.
8 18 AER Travel Inc., 1990.
8 19 Articles of Incorporation, 1976.
8 20-21 Budget, 1978.
8 22 Budget information, 1980 - 1981.
9 1-2 Bylaws, amended and restated, 1980 - 1989.
9 3 Capital program, 1983.
9 4 AB-013-B Certificate - ISOBM U.S. Regional Center Designation, framed, 1988.
9 5 Development Effort Business Plan, 1988 - 1989.
9 6 Development plan - Submitted by Jane Bowen Kirkeby, April 1982.
9 7 Documents of Origin, 1976 - 1988.
9 8 Donations and contributions - Weekly phone solicitation report 10/22 - 10/31, 1983.
9 9 Finances, May 1989.
9 10-11 Financial statements and auditor's opinion, 1987, 1990.
9 12 Gift policies and guidelines, 1990.
9 13 Guest book, 1983 - 1989.
10 1 Guidelines for Laboratory and General Safety Policies and Procedures, 1985.
La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation.
10 2 Invention and Patent Policy Preamble, 1980.
10 3 Patent and Personal Policies.
10 4 Membership of the International Society for Oncodevelopmental Biology and Medicine, 1973 - 1980.
10 5 Memo, Organization of responsibilities, April 1980.
10 6 Mission statement, 1991.
10 7 Organizational charts, 1987.
10 8 Patent policies, 1988.
10 9 Plans to create a Cancer Research Foundation, 1978.
10 10 Policies, 1980 - 1981.
10 11 Policy and procedures manual, August 1978.
10 12 Processed check requests, 1986 - 1987.
10 13 A Proposed Capital Campaign To Raise 20 Million, April 24, 1991.
10 14 Proposed fund raising plan, June 1991.
10 15-18 Requisition receipts, 1988-1991.
11 1-3 Requisition receipts, 1992-1994.
11 4 Retirement home presentations, 1991.
11 5 Scientific colleagues, 1982 - 1997.
11 6 Second Debate Capital Fund Drive, 1987.
11 7 FB-465-05 Source of cash/Use of cash budget projection, 1987 - 1988.
11 8 Stam vs. La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation, 1983 - 1988.
11 9 Strategic planning, 1985.
11 10 Tax Board exemption application, 1976.
11 11 Theft of computer, balance, and camera items, September 1988.
11 12 Transition of leadership - Includes correspondence and invitations, March 2, 1989.

Committees

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11 13 Ad Hoc Committee notebook - Includes Neurobiology/Brain Tumor Program report, 1989.
11 14 Ad Hoc Committee Update report, submitted to the Board of Trustees by John E. Hamrick - Chairman, September 27, 1989.
11 15 Advisory Board, 1990.
11 16 Alumni Association.
11 17 Assessment Appeals Board Hearing - Gray, Cary, Ames and Frye.
11 18 Board of Friends - Includes meeting minutes and bylaws, 1986 - 1987.
Board of Scientific Advisors.
11 19 Barondes, current member.
12 1 Dulbecco, current member.
12 2 Hunter, current member.
12 3 Peterson, current member.
12 4 Pierce, current member.
12 5 Roberts, current member.
12 6-7 Board of Trustees meetings, 1976 - 1978.
12 8-15 Board of Trustees meetings, 1989 - 1992.
12 16 Committees, general, 1990 - 1991.
12 17-29 Development Committee, 1989 - 1991.
13 1 Development Committee.
13 2 Development Program, Tentative Table of Organization, May 1985.
13 3 Development Subcommittee meeting, September 19, 1990.
13 4 Event Policy for Development, 1987.
13 5 Executive Committee Meeting, April 20, 1994.
13 6-16 Finance Committee, 1987 - 1991, 1999.
13 17 Finance Committee notebook, William H. Fishman - Includes bi-monthly meetings and board issued financial reports, 1992 - 1993.
14 1-3 Finance Committee, Reports to the Board of Trustees, 1990 - 1991.
14 4 Friends of La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation.
14 5 Meeting minutes and memos/agendas, 1981.
14 6 Memorial Funds listing, 1990.
14 7 Nominating Committee.
14 8 Notes on various meetings.
14 9 Operations and Development Committee - Agendas, 1980.
14 10-11 Operations Committee, 1986.
15 1-8 Operations Committee, 1987 - 1990.
15 9-10 President's Council, 1986, 1988.
16 1-4 President's Council, 1988 - 1989.
16 5 Project Cancer 2000: The Countdown Against Cancer, Leadership Committee, February 24, 1992.
16 6 Public Relations/Public Information Committee, 1985.
16 7 Report of the Joint Committee Meeting, July 31, 1989.
16 8-14 Scientific Advisory Board, 1985 - 1998.
17 1 Staff meetings, 1982 - 1990.
17 2 Staff Organization Committee Meetings, 1990.
17 3 Trustee attendance, 1983 - 1987.
17 4 Trustee Committees.
17 5 Trusteeship Committee meetings, 1990.
17 6 Trustees meeting, April 18, 1977.
17 7 Trustees meeting, September 1988.
17 8 Trustees staff retreat, 1984 - 1985 and programs, 1990 - 1995.
17 9 Trustees - Miscellaneous.

Conferences

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17 10 2nd International Expert Meeting on Current Trends of Cancer Research at Bonn, May 11-14, 1979.
17 11 4th Conference on Fetal and Embryonic Antigens in Cancer, 1975.
17 12 8th International Congress of Clinical Enzymology, Toronto, Canada, May 30 - June 1, 1989.
17 13 9th Annual Symposium - "Steroid Hormone Receptors, Gene Regulation, and Cancer", March 19, 1987.
17 14 10th Annual Symposium - "Perspectives on Oncodevelopmental Biology", March 23, 1988.
17 15 14th International Cancer Congress, Budapest, Hungary, August 21-27, 1986.
17 16-17 Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium III, February 1-3, 1989.
17 18 ALP Conference, 1995.
17 19 Association of Independent Research Institutes (AIRI) 28th Annual Meeting, September 5-8, 1989.
17 20 California Cuisine - For Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium Scientific Program, February 1-3, 1989.
18 1 International Conference Series on Nutrition and Health Promotion: Conference on Nutrition and Cancer. Cancer Research, Vol. 52, No. 7, April 1, 1992.
18 2 International Society for Oncodevelopmental Biology and Medicine (ISOBM) Abbott Award Lecture, 1993.
18 3 ISOBM 9th Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta, Canada, September 30 - October 4, 1981.
18 4 ISOBM 18th Annual Meeting, Moscow, September 23-27, 1990.
18 5 ISOBM 20th Annual Meeting, Sapporo, Japan, September 6-10, 1992.
18 6 ISOBM 21st annual meeting, Jerusalem, Israel, November 7-11, 1993.
18 7 ISOBM meeting at Talinn.
18 8 ISOBM meeting minutes and applications for membership.
18 9 ISOBM meetings, 1996 - 1997.
18 10 ISOBM membership fees, 1990.
18 11 International Symposium for Clinical Enzymology, April 13-16, 1986.
18 12 The Kroc Foundation Conference, "Regulation of Gene Expression in Development and Neoplasia," San Ynez Valley, CA, June 2-5, 1976.
19 1 Pharmacia, Sweden, January 11-19, 1983.
19 2-4 San Diego Conference on Onco-Developmental Gene Expression, May 29 - June 1, 1976.
19 5 Symposium, "Recent Developments in Alkaline Phosphate Research" program and abstract book, Antwerp, Belgium, March 1992.
19 6 Today's Opportunities, Tomorrow's Health: The Future of Biomedical Research in America. A symposium jointly sponsored by the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research and the US Department of Health and Human Services, February 1992.
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19 7 1st Annual Near Valentine's Day February After-Dinner Mingler, February 9, 1982.
19 8 2nd Annual Retreat, November 18, 1992.
19 9 19th Annual Golden Man and Boy Award Dinner, May 6, 1981.
19 10 "An Explosion of Color" - Jaeger International Shops Luncheon Fashion Show, March 13, 1986.
19 11 Art exhibition and auction, La Jolla, CA, November 14, 1980.
19 12 Birthday celebration for Sarah Seiderman and John Mack, La Jolla, CA, June 25, 1983.
19 13 Board of Trustees retreat, September 21, 1984.
20 1 Del Mar Castle Affair - Guest book.
20 2 Deming Party, August 1992.
20 3 The "Emerald Affair" - Includes a report of activities performed by LJCRF's personnel and volunteer staff, May 18, 1980.
20 4 "Emerald Reflections" - Opening of La Jolla Bank and Trust Plaza, September 12, 1984.
20 5 "Foundation Gala" - Robinson's University Town Centre, March 14, 1981.
20 6 Friends invitations.
20 7 Friends of La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation Membership Breakfast invitations, November 1987.
20 8 Friends Luncheon, 1987.
20 9 Gourmet dinner - Bill Drell, March 20, 1980.
20 10 Halloween carnival - Includes photos, October 27, 1984.
20 11-12 Happy hours, 1986 - 1987.
20 13 Holiday Fair - La Jolla Plaza, December 6, 1986.
20 14 Holiday Fair thank you's, December 1986.
20 15 Holiday gift shop, 1983.
20 16 La Costa Membership Tea - Includes photos and negatives, January 29, 1982.
20 17 La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation retreat, September 30, 1987.
20 18-19 Magical Experience, Balboa Park, 1985.
21 1 Magical Experience II, San Diego, CA, May 16, 1987.
21 2 Magical Experience III, San Diego, CA, May 6, 1988.
21 4 Membership Tea - Friends, October 19, 1988.
21 5 Pacesetters event brochures, 1987.
21 6 Pacesetters event information, 1987.
21 7 Pacesetters polo event, September 24, 1988.
21 8 "Partners in Discovery" - Invitation list.
21 9 President's Council cocktail party at Fairbanks Ranch, May 19, 1988.
21 10-11 President's Council dinners, 1985-1986.
21 12-13 President's Council luncheons, 1987-1988.
21 14 Reception for Engvall and Ruoslahti, 1979.
21 15 Rummage sale, August 14, 1982.
21 16 Saks Fifth Avenue Adolfo Style Show, 1987.
21 17-18 Sentimental Journey, 1982.
22 1-2 Sentimental Journey, 1984.
22 3 Staff retreat, 1990. Includes Five-Year Scientific Plan, 1991 - 1995.
22 4-7 The Threepenny Opera. Benefit for La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation - Includes photos, November 13, 1982.
22 8 Trustee retreat - Includes Round Table discussion, June 1986.

Facilities

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22 9 Analysis of facility alternatives, LJCRF, 1978.
22 10-11 Animal facility, 1987 - 1989.
22 12 Building Committee of LJCRF - Land acquisitions, 1988.
23 1 Building lease, Indirect cost, etc. - Information from Deloitte Haskins Sells, Region IX, Kenneth N. Lasbury, and Sid Green.
23 2 Cancer Center planning site visit, 1976.
23 3 Copies of documents - Nelson Management Inc. and La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation, January 10, 1986.
23 4 Dedication, February 16, 1986.
23 5 Equidon building contracts, 1986.
23 6 Equidon loan application, 1984.
23 7 Facilities expansion, 1983.
23 8 Facilities expansion project - Case statement, 1990.
23 9 First site - La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation lease on 417 Coast Blvd. South.
23 10 Groundbreaking ceremony, July 27, 1984.
23 11 Groundbreaking events, 1984.
23 12 Itemized repair list for Equidon contractors, 1985.
23 13 La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation building dedication programs, 1984.
23 14 Land acquisition - Dr. Fishman's items.
24 1 Land acquisition offers.
24 2 New building - Facilities expansion plan, 1982.
24 3 AB-013-B Original LJCRF sign, wooded sign with white trim lettering.
24 4 MC-200-02 Remodeling of research annex for Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation - Future site of LJCRF, May 2, 1974.
24 5-7 Site visits, 1977, 1979, 1988.
24 8 Ten Year facilities plan.
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24 9 Application for Federal Assistance, LJCRF: Tenant improvements, January 30, 1991.
24 10-11 Biomedical Research Support Grant (BRSG).
24 12-14 Cancer Center Support Grants (CCSG), 1981, 1988.
25 1-5 Cancer Center Support Grants (CCSG), 1980 - 1983.
26 1 Core Grant renewal, 1987.
26 2 Early plans - Planning grant, 1978.
26 3 Government grants, 1989.
26 4 Grant analysis, September 1983.
Grant application.
26 5 Hasterlik, Robert J., 1978.
26 6 Maki, Richard, Ph.D., 1987.
26 7 National Cancer Institute grants.
26 8 Pfahl, Magnus - Grant requests.
26 9 Planning grant, 1979.
26 10 Program Project Grant: Membrane Protein Traffic Differentiation and Malignancy - Principal investigator: Fukuda, Minoru, January 30, 1990.
26 11 Summary statements and site visits for grant approval, 1977.
27 1 Summary statements and site visits for grant approval, 1981.

Publications and Reports

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Annual Reports.
27 2-7 1981 - 1988.
28 1-5 1989 - 1994.
28 6 Brochures and mailers.
29 1 Cancer Research, LJCRF featured on the cover, August 1987.
29 2 Commitment to Discovery.
29 3 Development program.
29 4 Faculty publications.
29 5 Final Public Relations Report on Publicity Efforts for the LJCRF's Dedication, February 16, 1986.
29 6 First brochures.
29 7 "Focus on Discovery" volume 5, no.1, 1995.
29 8 Force Field Analysis, University Club, San Diego, August 1, 1983.
29 9 Friends of LJCRF bulletin, 1979 - 1981.
29 10 ISCE newsletter, April 1986.
29 11 Journal Holdings of Huntington Library at La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation, 1988.
30 1 Keesling, David - Estate Design Associates.
30 2-5 LJCRF Newsletters, 1978 - 1992.
30 6 Los Angeles Times Magazine, "Closing in on Cancer" - Article highlighting LJCRF, February 19, 1989.
30 7 Office of Development - News releases, 1980 - 1989.
30 8 Pathways to Discovery - Supplement to the 1992 Annual Report.
31 1 Preliminary Strategic Plan - Presented at the Board of Trustees meeting, December 12, 1984.
31 2 Promotional booklet.
31 3 Proposed Six Months Public Relations Plan for LJCRF, August 1983.
31 4 A Prospectus on the Center for Onco-Developmental Sciences: A Program of the LJCRF, prepared by William H. Fishman, June 17, 1976.
31 5 Pruett Report, 1985.
31 6 Scientific report, 1988.
31 7 Status Report on the Center for Onco-Developmental Sciences, July 6, 1976.
31 8 Summary Report - The Interaction of Telios Pharmaceuticals, Inc. with LJCRF, April 18, 1991.
31 9 A Survey, Report and Recommendations on the Potential for Public Fundraising for the LJCRF - Submitted to the Board of Trustees, October 3, 1978.
31 10 Ten Year Report cover, 1986.
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31 11 Articles re: beta-glucuronidase.
31 12 Budget for Carcinoembryonic Proteins research, 1975.
31 13 Cancer Research Editorial Office - Gel pictures.
31 14 Commercial Development for Research Technology, 1985.
31 15 Commercial Entity meeting, April 16, 1987.
31 16 Exploratory Studies in Cancer Research - Research objectives.
31 17 Light microscope pictures - Mouse kidney stained for acid phosphatase.
32 1 Notes.
32 2 Oncodevelopmental Gene Expression.
32 3 Oncodevelopmental Markers.
32 4 Post Doctoral lists.
32 5 Post Doctoral programs, 1990.
32 6 Program project application.
32 7 Research Council.
32 8 Research programs.
32 9 Ruoslahti Endowed Chair in Cancer Biology.

BURNHAM INSTITUTE

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32 10-14 Annual Reports, 1995 - 2003.
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32 15 Brochures - Includes Science Watch, Vol.11, No.5.
32 16-17 Five-Year Scientific Plan, 1996 - 2002.
32 18-19 Research in progress, 1997 - 1998.
32 20 Scientific Advisory Board, 1998.
33 1-3 Scientific Advisory Board, 1999 - 2000.
33 4 Structural Biology, usage records.
33 5-6 Trustee and Management directories, 1992, 1997.
33 7 The Burnham Institute Trustees meeting, 2000.
33 8 Change of name to The Burnham Institute, 1996.
33 9 Del E. Webb Center for Degenerative Disease Research.
33 10 Orientation book.
33 11 "Potential New Treatments Underway for Prostate Cancer," The Burnham Report, Vol.2, No.1, Summer 2004.
33 12 Proposal for the Center on Aging and Cell Death.
33 13 Refutation to Motion at Board Meeting to Change Articles of Incorporation, 2000.
33 14 Targeted Molecules Company, LLC. - A Technology Advancement Strategy of The Burnham Institute. Includes business plan.

WILLIAM AND LILLIAN FISHMAN

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34 1 50th Wedding Anniversary, August 6, 1989.
34 2 Abbott Award, 1993.
34 3 American Association for Cancer Research - Certificate of Appreciation, April 3, 2000.
34 4 AB-013-B Certificate - Honorary Doctor of Medicine from Umea University, Sweden, awarded to Dr. Fishman, October 8, 1983.
34 5 FB-465-03 Certificates awarded to William Fishman.
34 6 Consulting agreements.
Curriculum vitae.
34 7 Lillian Fishman.
34 8 William Fishman.
34 9 Dinner honoring William and Lillian Fishman, 1989.
34 10 Enzyme - William Fishman featured on enclosed article pp. 233 - 236, September 1986.
34 11 Family - Nina Fishman.
34 12 Family trust.
34 13 Fishman dinner - Log in Sheet.
34 14 Fishman story - 1978 news clipping.
Fishman, William.
34 15 Biography and awards information.
34 16 Personal history since 1956 - Includes U.S.-Japan Cooperative Cancer Research Programs for December 5, 1980.
34 17 Retirement notes.
34 18 AB-013-B Framed poster - Picture of Morizo Ishidate dedicated to the Fishmans (in Japanese).
34 19 Honorary Doctorship, University of Umea, Sweden, 1983.
34 20 AB-013-C International Society for Onco-Developmental Biology and Medicine Abbott Award to Professor William Fishman, 1993.
34 21 La Jolla Marriott Hotel.
34 22 Lecture notes - Includes graphs.
34 23 Letter to National Cancer Institute, 1976.
34 24 Memorial for William Fishman, February 7, 2001.
34 25 Telios Pharmaceuticals Co. - Includes correspondence and newspaper clippings.
34 26 Telios Stock for Dr. Fishman.
35 1 Telios Stock - Staff agreements.
59 Top hat worn by William Fishman at honorary degree ceremony at the University of Umea, Sweden, 1983.
35 2-5 Tribute Dinner for Fishmans, 1989.
35 6 Trusts and Estates: Financial Parenting Through a Family Foundation, 1992.
35 7 Tumor Biology obituary for William F. Fishman, 2001.
35 8 University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association - Wendy Bates.
35 9 Who's Who In America - Includes certificate, 1984 - 1988.
35 10 Who's Who in the West - Lillian Fishman, 1989.
35 11 FB-467-01 Wooden, framed awards to William Fishman - Awarded by the Marquis Who's Who Publications Board (1989/1990) and by Men of Achievement (February, 1986).
35 12 FB-466-01 Wooden, framed awards - Awarded by the Marquis Who's Who Publications Board (1987/1988), by LJCRF President's Council (1993) and Men of Achievement (August, 1986).

Calendars

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35 13 Appointment calendar, 1989.
Calendars.
35 14-16 1977 - 1979.
36 1-12 1981 - 1992.
37 1-6 1993 - 1998.
37 7 Monthly planner, 1991.

Presentations

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37 8 FB-465-05 Cell presentation boards.
37 9 Demonstration of Lysosomal and Extra Lysosomal sites for Acid Phos[phate].
37 10 Encinitas Rotary Club - Speech by Lillian Fishman, 1984.
37 11 Figures for Fishman article in Cancer Research, January issue.
37 12 Fishman chapter - "Advances in Cancer Research," part 1.
38 1 Fishman chapter - "Advances in Cancer Research," part 2.
38 2-3 "The Oncodevelopmental Concept" presentation by William Fishman.
38 4 Presentation boards.
38 5 Presentation notes - William Fishman.
38 6 Talk given in Umea, Sweden, University of Umea, 1983.
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38 7 "The Application of the Ether Partitioning Method to Metabolic Studies on Clostridium Acetobutylicum," by William Fishman while at University of Toronto.
38 8 Article reviews, 1990.
38 9 Bar code: ISBN log book - "Miracle on Torrey Pines".
38 10 Book publishing information.
38 11 Book review - "The Miracle on Torrey Pines Mesa", 1996.
38 12 "Clinical Biochemistry" - Chapter by Dr. Fishman, December 1988.
Fishman, William.
38 13 Oncotrophoblast Gene Expression: Placental Alkaline Phosphate, Advances in Cancer Research, vol. 48, 1987.
38 14 "A Prospectus on the Center for Onco-Developmental Sciences: A Program of the LJCRF", June 1976.
38 15 Publications - Includes bibliography, abstracts and rejected publications.
39 1 Goldberg, David M. - "Clinical Enzymology" in Progress in Medicinal Chemistry, vol. 13, 1976.
39 2 Introduction to prospective book 2.
La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation: The Miracle on Torrey Pines Mesa, by William Fishman.
39 3-4 Manuscript.
39 5 Correspondence, 1989 - 1996.
39 6 Photos with notes on location in book.
39 7 Manuscript review, 1990.
39 8 Manuscript review - "Transcription Regulation and the Effect of Sodium".
39 9 Manuscripts by William Fishman.
39 10 Miscellaneous reprints.
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39 11-20 1937 - 1953.
40 1-27 1954 - 1986.
41 1-5 1987 - 1994.
41 6-13 Reprint requests, 1990 - 1996.

TUFTS UNIVERSITY

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41 14 Byrne, Joseph J., Ph.D.
41 15 Contest over Core Grant, Spring 1976.
41 16 Dean Lauro F. Cavazos, Tufts University.
41 17 Eleventh Symposium on Enzyme Regulation, 1972.
41 18 The Japanese Connection Visits of Dr. Morizo Ishydate and Kunio Uyeno from Chugai, Boston, August 1959.
41 19 Memorial Service for Richard Wagnet, M.D., Tufts University, May 31, 1974.
41 20-22 Tufts Cancer Research Center, ca. 1971-1972.
42 1 Tufts Medical alumni bulletin, November 1972.
42 2 Tufts University Cancer Research grant application, 1972.

SUBJECT FILES

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42 3 Allan Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust.
42 4 Alpers, D.H. et al., "The Secretion of Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase from the Enterocyte." Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
42 5 American Cancer Society, 1987 - 1991.
42 6 Amthauer, Rodolfo et al., "Placental Alkaline Phosphatase: A Model for Studying COOH-Terminal Processing..." Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
42 7 Application Report - National Cancer Institute Research Council Meeting, 1981 - 1984.
42 8-10 Association of American Cancer Institutes, 1988 - 1989.
42 11 Association of American Cancer Institutes Annual Meeting, June 27 - 29, 1986.
43 1 Association of American Cancer Institutes Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, June 21 - 22, 1988.
43 2 Association of American Cancer Institutes Handbook Organization Management Cancer Centers - Includes handwritten notes by Dr. Fishman, 1979.
43 3-5 Association of Independent Research Institutes, 1987 - 1989.
43 6 Becker, Yechiel, Faculty of Medicine, Hebrew University - Reprints of his articles.
43 7 Biophysics Resource Program.
43 8-12 California Foundation for Biomedical Research (Dr. Drell), 1984 - 1994.
44 1 Canadian Friends of the La Jolla Cancer Research Center.
44 2 Cancer Com-Line, Newsletter, vol.5, no.3, October, 1984.
44 3 CDP Associates, Inc.
44 4 CDP Associates budget - Includes "A Summary of Corporate Services and Staff Qualifications", 1976.
44 5 Center for Neurologic Study vs. David E. Kohne and Gen-Probe Inc., 1995.
44 6 Chamber of Commerce, 1985 - 1987.
44 7 Chugai Pharmaceutical Company.
44 8 Commentary on Capri Conference on Blood Cell Growth Factors, October 1989.
44 9 Deaconess Research Institute - Browning, J. Maurice. Includes discussion draft, "Development and Operations Plan for the Deaconess Research Institute".
44 10 Deng, Jing T. et al., "Release of Human Membrane-Bound Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase" - Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
44 11 Department of Health and Human Services.
44 12 DINI and Associates, 1989.
44 13 Dojindo Laboratories.
44 14 DuPont, 1988.
44 15 Ellis, George - Obituary, 2003.
44 16 Exploratory Studies in Cancer Research - Tentative agenda.
44 17 Fiftieth Anniversary of the National Cancer Institute, September 1987.
45 1 GAO- Briefing Report to the Chairman, Committee on Science and Technology House of Representatives, University of Finances Research Revenues and Expenditures, July 1986.
45 2 GAO Report, "Cancer Patient Survival: What Progress Has Been Made", 1987.
45 3 Glaxo Incorporated.
45 4 "Glucaric Acid Biosynthesis" - Marsh, Charles A., 1985.
45 5 Hambrecht and Quist Inc.
45 6 Henthorn, Paula S. and Michael P. Whyte, "Missense Mutations of the Tissue Nonspecific Alkaline Phosphatase..." Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
45 7 Hipple Cancer Research Center - Includes brochures, correspondence, and annual reports.
45 8 Histochemical Society.
45 9 Hoylaerts, Marc F., et al., "Allelic Amino Acid Substitutions Affect the Conformation and Immunoreactivity..." Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
45 10 Hubbard Litigation.
45 11 IDEC Pharmaceuticals Corporation.
45 12 International Cancer Congress.
45 13 International Journal of Cancer.
45 14 Japan Society of Clinical Chemistry, 1993.
45 15 Japanese stamps.
Journals.
45 16 Clinica Chemica Acta.
45 17 Hipple.
45 18 KRI International, 1988.
45 19 La Jolla Kiwanis Breakfast Club Newsletter, November 1977.
45 20 LEAD San Diego, Inc.
46 1 List of Cancer Centers in the United States.
46 2 Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research - Neville, A. Munro.
46 3 Makiya, Ricardo and Torgny Stigbrand, Placental Alkaline Phosphatase as the Placental lgG Receptor. Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
46 4 Mary and Will Hippen School of Cytotechnology Annual Reports, 1993.
46 5 Mary S. Hippen Educational Fund, 1993.
46 6 Monsanto Company, 1984 - 1987.
46 7 Moss, Donald W., Perspectives in Alkaline Phosphatase Research. Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
46 8 Nagle and Associates, 1982 - 1988.
46 9 National Association of Corporate Directors, San Diego Chapter - Includes calendar of events, Advisory Board and Officers, and selected articles on Corporate Governance, 1988.
46 10 "The National Cancer Act of 1971: The First 20 Years of the War on Cancer", 1991.
46 11 National Cancer Advisory Board.
46 12 National Cancer Advisory Board Subcommittee Meeting on Cancer Centers, July 21-22, 1988.
46 13 National Cancer Institute (NCI) - Cancer Centers.
47 1 NCI - Report to the President's Cancer Panel on the Reauthorization of the National Cancer Act, April 1988.
47 2 National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship.
47 3-4 National Institutes of Health.
47 5 Nishihara, Yutaka et al., Des-val' Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase in Human Kidney. Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
47 6 Northern Trust of California, 1990.
47 7 Nuffer/Smith Associates, Inc. - Credentials. Includes "Results '82" brochure.
47 8 Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) U.S. Congress, 1989.
47 9 "On the Right Track," Sidney Weinhouse. An address given at the LJCRF groundbreaking ceremony, July 27, 1984.
47 10 Pappelbaum, Stanley J., M.D. - Includes the Professional Health Consulting Group.
47 11 President's Cancer Panel - University of Southern California, 1984.
47 12 The Preuss Foundation.
47 13 Reference lists.
47 14 Rule, Allayn.
47 15 The Salk Institute, 1984.
47 16 Salk transition, 1989.
48 1 Samuel and Penelope Spaulding Memorial Fund.
48 2 San Diego Community Foundation - "For a Better Community Today and Tomorrow," annual report, 1989.
48 3 San Diego County Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) - 1988 Agency Application.
48 4 Science and Health Communications Group - Grupenhoff, John.
48 5 Scientific American reprints - "How Cells Associate," A.A. Moscona, September 1961.
48 6 Scripps Clinic.
48 7 Sharp Hospital.
48 8 Subscriptions.
48 9 Symposium on Recent Development in Alkaline Phosphatase Research, Antwerp, March 1992.
48 10 Telios Pharmaceuticals, Inc. - "Pioneering on New Class of Therapeutics".
48 11 University of California, San Diego, Board of Overseers, 1980.
48 12 University of California, San Diego Cancer Center - Includes Cancer Center brochure and newspaper clippings.
48 13 Van Hoof, Viviane O. et al., Alkaline Phosphatase Isoenzyme Patterns in Malignant Disease. Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
48 14 "The Weizman House" brochures, 1st President of Israel and 1st President of the Weizman Institute of Science.
48 15 Wolf, Paul L., M.D., "Clinical Significance of Serium High-Molecular Mass Alkaline Phosphatase..." Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
48 16 Wong, Yee Wah and Martin G. Low, "Phospholipase Resistance of the Glycosyl-Phosphatidylinositol Membrane..." Alkaline Phosphatase Symposium, March 1992.
48 17 Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, annual report, 1985.

NEWS ARTICLES

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48 18-25 1948 - 1986.
49 1-4 1987 - 2004.
49 5 Undated.

PHOTOGRAPHS

People and Places

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49 6 10 Year Report cover.
49 7 Adamson, Eileen.
49 8 Allen, Tom.
49 9 Almquist, Per, 1986.
49 10 Annual Board Meeting portraits - Proof sheets, 1986.
49 11 Armstrong, Douglas.
49 12 Atkinson, Dr. Richard.
49 13 Avalon, Frankie.
49 14 Balsam, Maureen.
49 15 Benirschke, Dr. Kurt, Board of Scientific Advisors (Pathologist at San Diego Zoo).
49 16 Benvenuto, Arthur.
49 17 Blake, Louise.
49 18 Boston, MA.
49 19 Boynton, Pamela.
49 20 Building 4 construction proofs, 1985.
49 21 Burnham, Malin.
49 22 Burnham, Roberta.
49 23 Carlson, Dick and Patricia.
49 24 Cheverton, Milton.
49 25 Coast Blvd. building, rented as the first home of LJCRF - Proof sheet, 1976.
49 26 Crader, Carl - Birthday, 1986.
49 27 Criswell, Don.
49 28 Cub Scouts from La Jolla Country Day School, 1988.
49 29 Cushman, Junco.
49 30 Cushman, Lawrence.
49 31 Debec, Alain.
49 32 Dedhar, Shoukat.
49 33 Denmark, 1977.
49 34 Der, Channing.
49 35 Derning, Winifred, 1988.
49 36 Dillner, Lena.
49 37 Dittamore, Ray.
49 38 Doerr, Charles.
49 39 Ecke, Elisabeth K.
49 40 Ellis, George.
49 41 Elsinor family reunion, 1954.
49 42 Emperetos (Agamemnon), José Millan, 1986.
49 43 Engvall, Eva.
49 44 Fishman Family.
49 45 Fishman Fund brochure, 2003.
49 46 Fishman, Goldie, 88th Birthday (William Fishman's Mother), 1980.
49 47 Fishman, Lillian.
49 48 Fishman, Ruoslahti, and Burnham.
49 49 Fishman, William.
49 50 Fitch, Walter.
49 51 Fouts, Dan.
49 52 Friends, 1988.
50 1 Fukuda, Minoru and his wife.
50 2 Glass, Rubin and Sarah.
50 3 Goetinck, Paul.
50 4 Green, Mitch.
50 5 Grobstein, Clifford.
50 6 Hamrick, John.
50 7 Hippen, Will.
50 8 Hiroharu, Arai.
50 9 Horitz, Roy C.
50 10 Hughes, Author E.
50 11 Huntington, Betty Ann.
50 12 Huntington, Richard.
50 13 Iuno, Shiro, José Luis et al., 1988.
50 14 Izner, Mary Ann.
50 15 Jaynes, Jack.
50 16 Jerusalem-Rachel Fishman, 1981.
50 17 Joel Fishman photos, 1985.
50 18 Jones, Charlie (NBC Sportscaster).
50 19 Klein, George.
50 20 Kulish, David.
50 21 La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation Torrey Pines Facility.
50 22 Linney and Fujimura.
50 23 Lucas, Sarka.
50 24 Marvin, Edwina, 1988.
50 25 Masumune, Professor H.
50 26 Millan, Jose - Proof sheet.
50 27 Miscellaneous.
50 28 Nelson, William.
Newsletters.
50 29-32 1986 - 1988, 1998, 1986.
50 33 Negatives of photos used in multiple newsletter issues.
50 34 Ninacs, Andrew.
50 35 Nishi Family.
50 36 Pacesetters.
50 37 Pillers, 1988.
50 38 Plans for building, 1984.
50 39 Polo Committee, September 1987.
50 40 Prirsbacher, Michael.
50 41 Redmond, Richard.
50 42 Ruoslahti, Errki, M.D., Ph.D. - Distinguished Professor.
50 43 Sadler, Harold.
50 44 Sally (Arils) and Burton.
50 45 Science fair winner, 1985.
50 46 Singer, Philip.
50 47 Smith, Armistad B.
50 48 Staff Photos.
50 49 Stickel, Tom.
50 50 Stickel, Tracy and Stan Gerom, 1987.
50 51 Takeuchi, Dr.
51 1 Talinn, USSR, 1980.
51 2 Trustees.
51 3 Underwood, William J.
51 4 Unidentified.
51 5 Viterbi, Dr. Andrew J.
51 6 Weston, Elsie.
51 7 Weston, Lee J.
51 8 Wolfe, Scott.
51 9 Zable, Betty.
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51 10 1st Quarter Birthday Party, April 1978.
51 11 5th Annual Symposium, 1983.
51 12 8th Annual Symposium, 1986.
51 13 8th Grade Mira Mesa Christian School - Newsletter, 1986.
51 14 10th Annual Symposium, 1988.
51 15 20th Annual Symposium.
51 16 1982 Negatives.
51 17 AACC Meeting in Boston, July 1980.
51 18 AACI Meeting, 1986.
51 19 Abbot Award.
51 20 Alkaline Phosphate Symposium, William H. Fishman Tribute, La Jolla, CA, 1989.
51 21 Art Auction.
51 22 Award of honorary M.D. from University of Umea, Sweden, 1983.
51 23 Awards Dinner, 1985.
51 24 Birthday Party - El and Lillian New Building.
51 25 Board Meeting.
51 26 Boys Club Dinner, 1980.
Building 4 Dedication.
51 27 Prints, February 1986.
51 28 Proof sheets and negatives, February 1986.
51 29 Building proposal accepted.
52 1 Dr. Chiu visit, April 21, 1977.
52 2 Christmas Party, 1992.
52 3 Dempo Farewell Party, November 1978.
52 4 Eleventh Symposium on Enzyme Regulation, 1972.
52 5 Emerald Reflections, 1984.
52 6 Equidon Reception for Building and Library, 1984.
52 7 "An Evening with Dan Fouts", April 1983.
52 8 "An Evening of Emerald Reflections" Fundraiser, September 1984.
52 9 Fishman Party, 1988.
52 10 Fountain Dedication, 1986.
52 11 Freddie Deming Event, August 1992.
52 12 Friends Breakfast, 1987.
52 13 Friends Luncheon, 1987.
52 14 Friends Meeting - Proof sheets, 1986.
52 15 Friends Planning for Magical Expo, 1988.
52 16 Friends Retreat, 1986.
52 17 Great American First Savings.
52 18 Groundbreaking, 1984.
52 19 HeLa cells presentation - Negatives.
52 20 Hirai Reception, April 24, 1977.
52 21 Holiday Bazaar, 1985.
52 22 Holiday Fair, December 1986.
52 23 Iino Family Farewell Picnic, Summer 1977.
52 24 ISOBM, 15th International Congress, Quebec Canada, 1987.
52 25 ISOBM Meeting, Coronado Hotel, 1976.
52 26 ISOBM Meeting, Hidematsu Hirai, ca. 1978.
52 27 Japan visit, 1988.
52 28 Lab Picnic, 1985.
52 29 Ladies Luncheon, "Top of the Cove", Summer 1977.
52 30 Library Dedication, April 1986.
53 1 Magical Experience I, 1985.
53 2 Magical Experience III, 1987.
53 3 Magic Show - Proof sheets, 1984.
53 4 Mark Mercola Talk, Burnham Institute, January 2003.
53 5 Meetings.
53 6 Mingler Party, 1982.
53 7 Miscellaneous photos.
53 8 Miscellaneous photos of William and Lillian Fishman taken at various events during 1979.
53 9 New Years Reception - Fishman residence, January 2 1977.
53 10 N.I.H. site visit, January 31, 1977.
53 11 Nordstrom Style Show, September 14, 1985.
53 12 Party for Friend's Group and Tour, 1985.
53 13-14 Polo, 1987 - 1988.
53 15 "Ports International La Jolla" Honorees.
53 16 President's Council, 1985.
53 17 President's Council - proof sheets, 1987.
53 18 President's Council Meeting at Westgate - Proof sheet also included.
53 19 Proceeds from Halloween Party, 1984.
53 20 Rededication of LJCRF as the Burnham Institute, March 1996.
53 21 Regulation of Gene Expression in Development and Neoplasia, The Kroc Foundation, June 1976.
53 22 Robinson's Fundraiser.
53 23 Rummage sale, 1981.
53 24 Saks Fashion Show, 1987.
54 1-2 Sapporo, Japan meetings, 1972, 1982.
54 3-4 "Sentimental Journey", 1984.
54 5 Soup Exchange Benefit, 1986.
54 6 Spring Beach Party, 1977.
54 7 Tamaoki Family Arrival Picnic, Summer 1977.
54 8 Tea at Betty Zable's Home, 1988.
54 9 Tour of Tuft Cancer Research Center, 1973.
54 10 Tufts Cancer Research Center, Dedication, 1972.
54 11 Umea negatives.
54 12-13 Miscellaneous slides.
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55 1 "Cancer: The Problem of Early Diagnosis," No.1 in a film series brochure.
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55 2 LJCRF benefit, February 20, 1982.
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55 3 "Triumph Over Tragedy".
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55 4 "Jaeger Fashion Show" - VHS, March 13, 1982.
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55 5 "A Sentimental Journey" - Betamax, February 20, 1982.
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57 1 Tokyo Cinema Productions: Liver, Reel 1 of 2, 17 min.
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58 1 Komm Sound Print - Cancer: The Problem of Early Diagnosis, Reel, 1949.
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