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    • 1991-May-29 (Second session)
    • 1990-Nov-09 (First session)

    William von Eggers Doering begins these interviews with a discussion of his early life and family background. His parents were both musicians, and met while they were both studying music in Leipzig. When World War I…

    • 1999-Mar-19 (First session)
    • 1999-Apr-09 (Second session)

    Ronald Breslow begins the interview with a discussion of his family life and background. He grew up in Rahway, New Jersey, the son of a physician. Max Tishler, a family friend, helped to pique Breslow's interest in…

    • 1991-May-30 (First session)
    • 2002-Sep-13 (Second session)
    • 2002-Nov-22 (Third session)

    Elkan R. Blout begins the interview with a description of his family and childhood. Growing up in Manhattan as an only child, Blout was cared for by his parents, aunts, and uncles. He attended DeWitt Clinton High…

    • 1973-Jul-30

    Acknowledgement for receipt of an issue of "Chemistry" containing Benfey's account of Woodward's vitamin B12 work.

    • 1949-Jan-05

    Concerns Robert B. Woodward's synthesis of methochloride of sempervirine. Also discusses an error made by Julian in the lab and communicated to Witkop in an earlier letter.

    • 1954-Mar-29

    Concerns nomination of Robert Burns Woodward for the Priestley or Gibbs Medal by the American Chemical Society.