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Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of ALBERT CHARLES CHIBNALL FRS (1894 - 1988) Compiled by Peter Harper and Timothy E. Powell Deposited in Cambridge University Library 1992 NCUACS 33/1/92 All rights reserved University of Bath C Chibnall A NcuaACcS 33/1/92 The work of the National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists, and the production of this catalogue, are made possible by the support of the following societies and organisations: Abraham Cephalosporin Fund Biochemical Society British Library Geological Society Royal Society Institute of Physics Royal Society of Chemistry Society of Chemical Industry Wolfson Foundation Wellcome Trust C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 LIST OF CONTENTS GENERAL INTRODUCTION SECTION BIOGRAPHICAL AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL A.1-A.41 SECTION RESEARCH B.1-B.21 SECTION LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS C.1-C.28 SECTION SOCIETIES AND ORGANISATIONS D.1=-D.31 SECTION E.1-E.21 SECTION CORRESPONDENCE Pooh. too VISITS AND CONFERENCES INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 GENERAL INTRODUCTION PROVENANCE The papers were received from Professor Chibnall's widow, Dr Marjorie Chibnall FBA, in September 1991. OUTLINE OF THE CAREER OF A C CHIBNALL Albert Charles Chibnall, an outstanding figure in British biochemistry, was born in London on 28 January 1894. Educated at St Paul's School, 1907-12, and Clare College Cambridge, such that Chibnall continued to turn to him for advice until his death in 1929. Osborne's research assistant, and Chibnall's contemporary, H B Vickery, became a lifelong friend. In 1938 College London, working with S B Schryver, Professor of Plant — Service Corps, transferring to the Royal Flying Corps in 1917. In of the American plant biochemist T B Osborne whose influence was Experiment Station, New Haven. Here he worked in the laboratory of green leaves. The direction of his postwar career was confirmed 1919 he returned to academic life as a research student at Imperial by the two years, 1922-24, he spent at the Connecticut Agricultural 1912-14, he served throughout the First World War, first in the Army Biochemistry in the Botany Department, on the nitrogenous constituents at University College London, initially supported by the Department Lectures which were published the following year as Protein metabolism Chibnall returned to New Haven to deliver Yale University's Silliman plant protein metabolism in J C Drummond's biochemical laboratory in the plant. On his return to England in 1924 Chibnall worked on C Chibnall A NcuUACS 33/1/92 of Scientific and Industrial Research. After a period of uncertainty when DSIR support ended suddenly in 1926, Imperial Chemical Industries stepped in to support his research at UCL and this support continued when Chibnall returned to Imperial College in 1929 as Professor of Biochemistry in succession to Schryver. With ICI support he was able to embark on a substantial programme of research in plant biochemistry as the acknowledged leader in the field, specialising in fatty and nitrogenous substances of leaves and the chemical structure of proteins. It was during this period that Chibnall collaborated with the Bristol physicist S H Piper on the chemistry of plant and insect waxes. Another significant collaboration was between Chibnall's laboratory and that of WT Astbury at Leeds University. Their mutual interest in plant protein fibres led to an investigation of possible commercial production by ICI. he was a member of Council, G Hopkins. One of his last official duties was to He In 1943 Chibnall moved to Cambridge as the Sir William preside over the First International Congress of Biochemistry held in Cambridge in 1949. After his resignation Chibnall retained a Dunn Professor of Biochemistry in succession to F However he became convinced that a plant biochemist was not the right person to direct medical teaching in the department of Biochemistry at Cambridge, and that unless a second chair could be founded it was his duty to resign and make way for a medically qualified biochemist. resigned in September 1949. Agricultural Research Council preparing reports, visiting research centres and serving on committees; small laboratory where he continued his protein research, especially of Cambridge, 1315-1340 and Sherington - Fiefs and Fields of a Buckinghamshire Village. He died on 10 January 1988 aged 93. 1947-57. Chibnall's later years were largely devoted to historical studies and his publications include Richard de Badew and the University in support of F Sanger's insulin work, until 1958. During these years Chibnall made a considerable contribution to the work of the C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION The material is presented in the order given in the List of Contents. The collection includes significant biographical material and records of Chibnall's research, lectures and publications, societies and organisations, and visits and conferences. Chibnall's general scientific correspondence is particularly extensive and important. Section A, Biographical and autobiographical, is especially noteworthy for the five volumes of unfinished family and personal history. There is also documentation of Chibnall's relating to the Sir William Dunn Professorship in 1943. Section B, Research, comprises seven binders of notes to plant-protein fibres research, 1935-41, and insulin research 1951-58. * Section C, Lectures and publications, includes material First World War service including photographs, and correspondence covering the period 1925-37, and correspondence and papers relating relating to Chibnall's Silliman Lectures at Yale University in 1938 and the Lecture. book based on them. There is also a little documentation of the 1942 Royal Society Bakerian Lecture and the 1945 Procter Memorial A.C Chi bnatl NCUACS 33/1/92 Section D, Societies and organisations, includes records of Chibnall's work for the Agricultural Research Council. Particularly well documented are the wartime reports he prepared on the direct use of leaf protein in human nutrition and protein supplies for forage. There is a little correspondence with Lord Rothschild and W K Slater, Chairman and Secretary of the ARC, respectively, and reports of a number of visits to ARC research centres. The International Union of Biochemistry is represented by correspondence and papers relating to its formation including documents circulated by C R Harington, Chairman of the International Committee established at the First International Congress of Biochemistry in 1949. There is also documentation of a further wartime report prepared by Chibnall, on human protein requirements and supplies, for the Scientific Committee on Food Policy of the War Cabinet. There from participants. Section F, collection. Section E, Correspondence, is by far the largest in the Visits and conferences, is important for the There are sequences of correspondence, sometimes extending over several decades, with plant biochemists and protein records of the First International Congress of Biochemistry. are correspondence about arrangements, committee papers, draft proceedings of opening and closing sessions and letters of thanks There are particularly noteworthy sequences of correspondence with chemists in Britain and overseas, especially the USA and Scandinavia. BATH 1992 F Sanger, RLM Synge, H B Vickery and A I Virtanen. K U Linderstrom-Lang, K P G Link, T B Osborne, S H Piper, R R Porter, W T Astbury, K Bailey, R K Cannan, H J Channon, C S Hanes, Peter Harper Timothy E Powell C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL Ral oa Aa. Obituaries and tributes Memoir by R LM Synge and E Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 35, 1990). F Williams, Biographical The Times, 20 January 1988. The Biochemist, August 1988. Memorial Service, Clare College Chapel, Cambridge, 5 March 1988, Order of service. Address by Lord Ashby as published in The Cambridge Review, June 1988, Autobiographical writings A.9 Interviews, 1983-84, The isolation of asparagine and See also F.33. A.4-A.8 5 volumes of typescript family history and memoirs. 'The road to Cambridge', Annual Review of Biochemistry, 35 (1966). '5O years ago glutamine from proteins', Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 7 (1982). October 8th 1983 on the development of biochemistry'. "Early days in biochemistry', issued in photocopy by the Biochemical Society, 1987. Correspondence with N Morgan, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, re arrangements for interviews, transcript of ‘interview with Prof A C Chibnall C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Biographical and autobiographical Career, honours and awards A.11-A.14 First World War service. A.11l Be dia 'Flying instruction' booklet inscribed ‘A C Chibnall, Capt". 'Training brigade transfer card' with date of posting to Royal Flying Corps (30.10.17), and history of training. 'pilots flying log book'. August 1918. Records flights December 1917- "Squadron orders' by Major J Observation School RAF, Almaza, 3 May 1918. Chibnall qualified to wear wings from 1 May. O Archer commanding Artillery Records University College, London. C Drummond) Letters of thanks for contribution to University College's centenary appeal, March 1931. Letter of appointment (on the recommendation of J as honorary research assistant in the Department of Biochemistry, 21 July 1925. Letter from ICI offering 'the position at University College in connection with the Research Council', 14 June 1929. Application for appointment as a full professor, 1936-37. Letter of appointment as Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, 29 January 1930, conditions of appointment, terms of agreement, etc. Application for appointment as Reader, March 1931. Not proceeded with on the grounds Chibnall was already doing the same job as his predecessor who had been a full professor. A.16-A.18 Imperial College London. A.16 AG Chibnall NCUACS 33/1/ a2 Biographical and autobiographical Correspondence and papers re College business, 1939, 1942-43, Correspondence re resignation from Professorship on election to Cambridge Biochemistry Chair, 1943-44, Invitation to serve as a College representative on the University Board of Advisors in respect of a new Chair in Biochemistry, 11 February 1955. A.19-A.22 University of Cambridge. A.19 Exhibition, Clare College 1912. Conferment of ScD 1931. A.20 Consultancies. Wellcome Research Institution 1946. As2i, Ae22 In alphabetical order, A.20-A, 22 Sir William Dunn Professorship of Biochemistry 1943. Correspondence re candidature; invitation, acceptance, Letters of congratulation, 2 folders. Fellowship of Society of Antiquaries of London 1978, Honorary fellowship, Royal Society of Edinburgh 1953. Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) Limited 1949, 1953. Fellowship of Imperial College, London 1961. Honorary D.Sc St Andrews University 1971. C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Biographical and autobiographical Congratulations on 60 years of membership of Royal Society of Chemistry. Nd. 80th birthday, 1974. Menu, seating plan, list of participants at birthday dinner; See also A.4l. letters from those unable to attend, etc. 90th birthday, 1984, Menu and seating plan for birthday dinner; from those unable to attend, letters Photographs A.28-A,33 A.28-A,.37 First World War service. A.34 Army Service Corps Mechanical Transport Section (ASC MT) 1914-17, Miscellaneous personal correspondence, letters of thanks in reply to Chibnall's letters of congratulation, sympathy etc. Photographs of Chibnall, fellow officers and soldiers, camps at Holcombe near Radstock, Mudros Bay in Lemnos, on board ship, etc. 6 folders, solo flight Orfordness 12 Nov 1918'. Chibnall, fellow officers, aircraft on ground, two crash landings "lst solo flight on DH6 29.12.17" and ‘last A.34,A.35 Royal Flying Corps (RFC) 1917-18. Many identified and dated on verso. C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Biographical and autobiographical Aerial photographs including Chibnall in RE8 over pyramids, inscribed 'A fake - 2 photos superimposed’. Album purchased in Cairo and used for ASC MT and RFC photographs. photographs of Clare College rowing 1912-13 and Henley 1914. Towards rear of album are a few Small format 'Snapshots' album for aerial photographs ?Photographs taken through of aeroplanes in flight. gunsights during training. Yale University 1922-24. Scientific colleagues including H Agricultural Experiment Station, Chibnall's lodgings in B Vickery, Connecticut New Haven. WWC Topley, nd (died 1944). D N Pryanishnikov, nd (died 1948). J L Baker, nd (died 1958). E Winterstein, Zurich, July 1935. Dinner for Sir Paul Fildes, Lincoln College Oxford, 10 February 1962. Trinity College Dinner, lst International Congress of Biochemistry, Cambridge, 1949. RR Porter in foreground. Chibnall's eightieth birthday. In conversation with R Hill; 1974, A CzChtbna li: NCUACS 33/1/92 SECTION B RESEARCH Binder of research notes inscribed 'Protein III' spine. 1925\. on Binder of research notes inscribed 'Leaf Fats I' spine, correspondence intercalated and at rear. Index at front. 1926-27, Related on Binder of research notes. correspondence intercalated. 1927-29. Related Binder of research notes, intercalated and at rear. 1928. Related correspondence Binder of research notes inscribed on vappLest. Index at front. “cclL930, 1935-41, B.8-B.19 B.8-B.12 "Runner Bean. Book Lt, 1931-32. See also correspondence with W Binder of research notes inscribed on Binder of research notes inscribed on spine 'Phrenosin'. 1934-37. References (with index) at rear. Correspondence and papers re possible commercial production by ICI of plant-protein fibres. 1978. 1935-40. divided into five for ease of reference. Contents of folder so inscribed T Astbury in Section F. "Fibre Research I'. A.C’ Chibpnatt NCUACS 33/1/92 Research "Fibre Research II Patents',. Contents of folder so inscribed divided into six for ease of reference. 1935-41, 1978. Correspondence re insulin research supported 2 folders. by Eli Lilly and Company 1951-58. A C Chibnall NCUAGCS 3371/ a2 SECTION C LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS The Silliman Memorial Lectures on 'Protein Metabolism in the Plant', Yale University, October 1938. See also correspondence with H B Vickery in Section F, Invitation; correspondence re arrangements, etc. Notice of lectures; press release; Chibnall's opening remarks. Protein metabolism in plants, Yale University Press 1939, reprinted 1964, Polish edition 1952, The book was based on Chibnall's Silliman Lectures. Correspondence with Yale University Press, 1938-68. 1939, Reviews. Royalty statements. B Vickery. Includes preface to second 1938, Includes agreement between author and publisher. Printer's proofs of illustrations. Letters of thanks for complimentary copies, 1939. 1941-42, 1944-47, 1963-68. printing by H Correspondence re Polish edition 1950-53. C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Lectures and publications CFL). Csi2 ‘Amino Acid Analysis and the Structure of Proteins', Royal Society Bakerian Lecture, 1942. Cel 3lpp typescript; 2pp summary. Cek2 Extracts from the literature. CuL3 2nd Procter Memorial Lecture on 'The Contribution of the Analytical Chemist to the Problem of Protein Structure’, International Society of Leather Trades' Chemists, 21 September 1945, Correspondence re arrangements. Resumé of lecture (2pp typescript); ms notes. 'The composition and structure of proteins’. July 1945 number of Society's Journal with lecture January 1946 number of Journal with announcement; lecture text. Invitation to lecture from Society of Dyers and Colourists (declined), 1945. Procter Memorial issue (March 1928) of Society's Journal. Various dates 1937-66. Lectures on proteins given in Denmark and Sweden, May 1948, 2pp typescript 'resumé' only, with ms inscription "Lecture given at Utrecht in 1946 or 1947. Procter Lecture with slight additions’. Cols, Colo 2 folders. Reviews. AC’ Chtonals: NCUACS 33/1/92 Lectures and publications Obituaries. Not all by Chibnall. H W Dudley. R iS Hutton, W K Slater. See also D.lyj.F ole, F.45. Co22c—"Ce26 Chibnall's collected scientific papers. 5 volumes, Gi21C.25 Photocopies of items missing from collected series. 2 folders. C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 SECTION D SOCIETIES AND ORGANISATIONS Devine D. 12 AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ARC). DSls; 1D. BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY D.15 - D.21 BRITISH EGG MARKETING BOARD D, 22). Dee7 INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BIOCHEMISTRY (IUB) MACAULAY INSTITUTE FOR SOIL RESEARCH ROYAL SOCIETY SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE ON FOOD POLICY OF THE WAR CABINET, C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Societies and organisations AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ARC) various dates 1940-76 Chibnall was associated with the ARC over many years in a variety of capacities including preparing reports, visiting research centres and service on committees. He was a member of Council, 1947-57. General and personal correspondence, various dates 1947-70 Includes invitation to serve on Council, letters of thanks for service. 1957 gives the background to his decision to withdraw from ARC activities. of W Britain. K Slater, Secretary ARC 1949-60, for Chemistry in Chibnall's letter of 25 September 1970 item is Chibnall's obituary for the direct use of leaf 4 folders. 1.976% 1940-42, Correspondence and papers re grass-protein, Pirie's proposal, Chibnall's report, etc., 1940-42, 'A.R.C. Pirie's Grass Work'. Contents of folder so inscribed divided into eight for ease of reference, 1955,: Chibnall prepared a report for the ARC and Department of Scientific and Industrial Research on a proposal by N W Pirie (March 1941) proteins in human nutrition. Correspondence, copies of report, comments on report. The report was commissioned by W WC Yopley, Secretary ARC. Ms notes, background material re leaf protein, 2 folders. Copies of Chibnall's report, etc. Later material re Pirie, 1955, 1976. Report on protein supplies for liv2stock, 1941. C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Societies and organisations Correspondence with Lord Rothschild, 1948-53, Rothschild was Chairman of the ARC, 1948-58, Folder includes notes headed 'Rothschild', probably prepared for meeting between Chibnall and Rothschild on ARC business c.1949, memorandum on 'the production and consumption of biochemists' by N 29 May 1950, and report 'of a discussion on marginal land in Shropshire', W Pirie, Visits to ARC research centres, 1952, 1953, 1955, Reports on visits to Hannah Dairy Research Institute, 1952; Scotland, 1953; universities and research institutes in and Long Ashton and Scotland, 1955. See also D.28. D.14 BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY various dates 1940-84 Deke Chibnall's resignation as Honorary Secretary, 1940. Folder also includes itinerary and report on visits by, C .Senanes ,1 995; Correspondence re silver salver presented by the Society to Sir Arthur Harden in 1937, April - October 1968; photograph of salver,. Executive Secretary, 1980 and 1984. Correspondence re honorary membership and 500th meeting, 1969. Correspondence with Honorary Archivist, 1978-79, and Ci: Chi bna ha: A NCUACS 33/1/92 Societies and organisations BRITISH EGG MARKETING BOARD 1960-70 Chibnall surveyed poultry research requirements for the Board and recommended the setting up of a Scientific Advisory Committee. D5 7 Dato Correspondence and papers re visits to research centres, 1960. 2 folders. Ms notes and drafts. Copy of Chibnall's report, 2 November 1960. Printed and duplicated background material. Zi Correspondence and papers, 1964, 1966. The Scientific Advisory Committee of the British ° Printed booklet. Egg Marketing Board 1961-70. 1966 material relates to symposium on 'Environmental control in poultry production', Harper Adams Agricultural College, Newport, Shropshire. See E.8. Correspondence and papers re formation of the IUB, 1949-52, Includes documents circulated by C of the International Committee established at the First International Congress of Biochemistry in 1949. R Harington, Chairman INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BIOCHEMISTRY (IUB) De22 = Daze 4 folders. CG Chibnall Bm NCUACS 33/1/92 Societies and organisations Programmes, correspondence re arrangements etc., for 2nd International Congress of Biochemistry, Paris, 21-27 July 1952. Invitation to make contribution to section on chemical aspects of polypeptide and protein structure, of the 3rd International Congress of Biochemistry, Brussels, L955. MACAULAY INSTITUTE FOR SOIL RESEARCH 1954-55, 1958 Chibnall visited the Institute in the course of his work for the ARC. See D.1 - D.12. ROYAL SOCIETY 1945, 1950 D.29 Agricultural Science Committee. Correspondence with scientific staff re research, etc. Chibnall agreed to serve on the Agricultural Science Committee in June 1945, Correspondence, memorandum re position of agricultural science in the Royal Society, January-February, June 1945, Elections, 1950. A.C Chi bnalbl NCUACS 33/1/92 Societies and organisations SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE ON FOOD POLICY OF THE WAR CABINET Chibnall prepared a report on human protein requirements and supplies. Copy of report, brief correspondence, etc. 1941. A.C Chibnall NCUACS 33/1/92 SECTION E VISITS AND CONFERENCES Bee 21: Joint meeting Biochemical Society and Société de Chimie Biologique, London, 10 November 1945, Letters of thanks; English version of speech by R Fabre. E.2 - E.17 lst International Congress of Biochemistry, Cambridge 19-25 August 1949, Chibnall was President of the Congress. For 2nd International Congress, Paris, 1952 and 3rd International Congress, Brussels, 1955, see D.26, Diels General correspondence and papers re arrangements, 1949-50, Includes correspondence re Committee papers, Executive Committee, 1948-50, 2 folders. Congress Committee, 1948-49, 1950 September, nd. German biochemists approved by Dr Blount'. Undated items include 'List of 1949 February - October. participation of Soviet biochemists. University, 1948-49, Correspondence and papers re future international organisation of biochemistry. conferred on members of the Congress by Cambridge Scientific Meetings Sub-Committee, 1948-49, Correspondence and papers re honorary degrees International Committee, 1949-50, See D.,22 - D.27. C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Visits and conferences Programme and list of members. Printed booklet. Chibnall's opening address as President. Congress Dinner, Trinity College. Menu, plan of tables, Chibnall's speech. photographs see A.40. Draft proceedings for closing session of Congress. Chemistry & Industry, 15 October 1949. With report of Congress proceedings. Letters of thanks from Congress members, 2 folders, Report of Opening & Concluding Sessions and Three Lectures, Printed for the Biochemical Society 1950. Correspondence and papers re arrangements. 9th Council of the Institut International de Chimie Solvay on proteins, Brussels, 6-14 April 1953, Chibnall was invited to present a report to the Council on the chemical constitution of proteins. ‘Lang's paper'. Chibnall's ms notes on proceedings. headed 'My paper', 'Theorell', Pederssen','Anson's paper', 'Synge's Paper', ‘Lang's Introduction' and 2 folders. Includes notes C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Visits and conferences Gordon Research Conference on 'Lipid metabolism', Meriden, New Hampshire, 16-20 August 1971. Brief correspondence re arrangements, list of participants etc. C Chibnall A NGUACS: 33/1/92 SECTION F CORRESPONDENCE Ashby, E TOMS. LOTS Brief social correspondence. Chibnall on Ashby's career. Includes lp ms note by Astbury, W T 1933-45,1961,1976-77 Astbury was an x-ray crystallographer in the Textile Physics Laboratory at Leeds University who collaborated with Chibnall (and Chibnall's research student Kenneth Bailey qv) commercial possibilities of plant-protein fibres were investigated in conjunction with ICI on protein structure research. (see also B.8-B.19). The Correspondence on research and publications. 1933-34. 1935 July, August. 1935 January-June. 1935 October-December. chemistry, protein fibres. LI6L. Service, Emmanuel Church, Leeds, 15 June. Bailey's tribute to Astbury at the Memorial Correspondence re history of protein 1936=39) 1940-43, 1945. L961, 19:76=77.. 1976-77. C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Correspondence Be 9=F oll Bacon, JSD 1938-56.1974 Recommendations and appointments. 1938-40, Recommendations from F G Hopkins. Includes progress report on ARC project 1945-47, (investigations of carbohydrate fractions of grass), by Bacon and D J Bell, September 1946, 1955-56, 1974. F.12-F.17 Bailey, K 1932-67,1978 In September 1935 he accepted T Astbury's team. Personal and scientific correspondence. Includes Bailey's report on his 'Researches 1964) : 1932, 1934, 1935,1939 (six letters on research from Harvard Medical School). 1944-49, carried out during the tenure of an ICI Fellowship, 1945-47', Bailey became a research student in Chibnall's laboratory in 1933. a Rockefeller Foundation grant to work in Chibnall's laboratory as a member of W Chibnall wrote the Royal Society memoir of Bailey (Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 10, F Astbury with reminiscences of his brother WTA. 19551959, 19615 L962. N 1961 item is letter from C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Correspondence Correspondence and papers re Chibnall's Royal Society memoir of Bailey. Invitation to write memoir and material assembled for it: list of publications, Bailey's Royal Society personal record, printed obituaries, memorial service, list of references to Bailey in the Council Minutes, Trinity College Cambridge, note by Bailey 'The Trinity Picture Scheme', 1953 for undergraduate rooms), Bailey's tribute to Astbury at memorial service, 1961 (on system of hiring pictures (see also F.8). Correspondence from colleagues and friends of Bailey, and their recollections of him. alphabetical order: 1963-64, In M J R C J H Ss A J R G Young. V Perry and F Pollard C Ruégg G Westall L Anson T Edsall H Hopkins M Kay Lugg Neurath Also comments on Chibnall's draft of Royal Society memoir by S Also letter from Perry, 1978. Letters of thanks to Chibnall for Royal Society memoir, some with further recollections of Bailey. In alphabetical order: M Kay C H Neurath 1964-65,1967. A Pollard J D Ferry K Schmid S V Perry V Perry F G Young C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Correspondence ve Baker, J L 1958 Letters in reply to Chibnall's request for assistance in preparing obituary of Baker; and G See also A.39. obituaries by Chibnall C Jones. Buston, H W 1957-58,1964-65 Buston was a colleague of Chibnall's at Imperial College. Imperial College news, reminiscences. F.20-F.25 Cannan, RK 1930-54,1971-77 1940-41, 1942, 1943-45, 1930-33, 21937, °1939. C Drummond's In 1930 he Personal and scientific correspondence. Cannan was a colleague of Chibnall's in J laboratory at University College London. became Professor of Biochemistry in the New York University College of Medicine. the National Academy of Sciences. Cannan who died in 1971. J 1977 correspondence is from T Edsall who was writing the biographical memoir for Includes obituary and memoir of 1946-49, 1953-54, O97) UOVS 4,29 77.. C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Correspondence F260, aoe, Channon, H J 1930-42 ,1977 Channon was a colleague of Chibnall's in J laboratory at University College London. Leeds University in 1927 and became Professor of Biochemistry at Liverpool in 1932. C Drummond's He moved to Includes correspondence re proposed 1930-35. joint discussion between Biochemical and Chemical Societies. 1938,. 1940, 1942, 1977. of Channon (died 1979). Also includes obituaries Clarke cH. 1933-54 Cord C78 1946, 1948-49 Drummond, J C c.1954 Chibnall initiated the correspondence after reading Clarke's paper on labile sulphur in protein in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. Includes Clarke's 'preliminary notes' on the preparation of carboxymethoxylamine, July 1936. Brief correspondence re visits to England 1946 and for International Congress of Biochemistry 1949, See also E.16. 1952. 1949-52, Chiefly re visits and conferences: International Congress of Biochemistry, 1949; 75th anniversary meeting of American Chemical Society, 1951; Draft of Royal Society obituary notice only. obituary notice was prepared by F G Young. Edsall's Fulbright Professorship at Cambridge, F.31-F.33 Edsall, J T 1949-65,1977-84 Bod The C Chibnall A NCUACS 33/1/92 Correspondence 195421956, 1958, 1960. to USA and Edsall's to Cambridge. Chiefly re Chibnall's visits 1962, 1964-65. Chiefly re Kenneth Bailey. 1977-78, 1981-82, 1984. Chibnall's article 'The isolation of asparagine and glutamine from proteins', Includes typscript draft of Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 7, (1982). See also A.9. F.34,F.35 Eglinton, G 1959-61,1963,1967, 1976, nd. A Raphael, Includes data and printed Finch,