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THE ROYAL SOCIETY TIN ROYAL COMMISSION OW HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Committee on Scientific and Technological Records CSAC 3/73 CONTEMPORARY SCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE Papers of Professor DAVID KEILIN,F.R.S. (1887 - 1963) Listed by: Jeannine Alton Harriot Weiskittel Deposited in the University Library,Cambridge. 1973 D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 ls Description of the collection The papers cover the years 1867 ~— 1963. They were received from Mrs. Joan whiteley (daughter), who retains during her lifetime the biographical material listed as Items 1 —- 6, Professor Keilin was of Russian-Jewish extraction brought up in Warsaw. He was a student at the Sorbonne and began his scientific work in Paris before moving to Cambridge; his cosmopolitan background is reflected in the many foreign languages used in his notebooks, publications and corres pondence, which are noted in the handlist. Professor Keilin began his scientific career-as an entomologist and parasitologist, and retained his interest in these subjects throughout his working life in addition to his developing concentration on the biochemistry For this reason it has not always been possible to date of cell respiration. He suffered from asthma and travelled little; this, “working papers precisely. together with the very wide range of his scientific interests, was responsible for his extensive correspondence. The collection includes material belonging or relating to other scientists, for example Dr. C.A. Maclimn, an early and neglected precursor of Keilin's work on cytochrome; there are also correspondence and drawings of Sir Ronald Ross and Professor G.H.F. Nuttall, Keilin's predecessor as Quick Professor of Biology and Director of the Molteno Institute, Cambridge University (Items 223 — 228). The numerous drawings, especially of parasitological subjects, are by Nuttall, Keilin and perhaps others. been thought justification for retaining them (Items 220 — 222, and 229). The high quality of the execution has Material relating to the Royal Society, the Agricultural Research Council, and the Chemical Defence Research Department, Ministry of Supply, has been returned to the appropriate authorities. A selection of books from Keilints library, and much of his large collection of offprints, are in the library of the Department of Zoology, Oxford University. Summary of the career of Professor Keilin bd. 1887 Moscow 1897 - 1904. 1904 1905 Educated at Gorski Gymasium, Warsaw Liege University Paris University Began work with Maurice Caullery in Laboratoire d'Evolution des Etres Organisés, Paris, on Pollenis Rudis 1913 Married D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 Summary of career (cont) 1914 D.Sc. (Sorbonne) Prix Passet, Société entomologique de France 1914 = 23 1915 Work on morphology and biology of protists Invited to Cambridge to wort with G.H.F. Nuttall, Quick Professor of Biology Work on Pediculus humanus 4920 — 25 Beit Memorial Research Fellow, Cambridge 1920 Began work on cellular respiration using mainly spectroscopic methods Moved with Nuttall to Molteno Institute for Research in Parasitology, Cambridge 1925 1928 University lecturer in: Parasitology, Cambridge Work on cytochrome published Fellow of the Royal Society 1931 — 52 Quick Professor of Biology and Director of the Molteno Institute; Professorial Fellow, Magdalene College 1934 Croonian Lecturer, Royal Society 1934 — 63 Editor, Parasitology 1934 1939 1946 1952 1955 1957 1958 Work on enzymes, collaborating principally with E.I. Hartree (1934-58) and T., Mann (1937~44) Royal Medal, Royal Society Work on Anabiosis Copley Medal, Royal Society Membre Associé Etranger, Académie des Sciences, Paris Honorary Fellow, Magdalene College, C-mbridge Leeuwenhoek Lecture. Royal Society D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 Contents of the handlist I. Biographical material II. Address Books III. Bibliographies IV. Working notebooks V. Cambridge University VI. Publications . VII. Conference VIII. Correspondence . ms IX. Drawings xX. Historical material* XI. Index to principal correspondents Ttems 1 = 27 28 - 32 33 = 45 46 — 127 128 ~ 140 141 — 175 176 177 — 219 220 — 222 223 — 229 36 Page 3 5 9 5 8 9 41 11 12 12 13 *Biographical and scientific material relating to Dr. C.A. Macliunn, Sir Ronald Ross, Professor G.H.F. Nuttall Handlist I. Biogrephical material (Items 1-6 retained by Mrs. Joan Whiteley, c/o Jesus College, Oxford) i. 2: 33 4. 5. 6. 1. 8. 9s Miscellaneous memoirs — Royal Society, Parasitology, Biochemical Journal, Enzymology. Diary of Mrs. Anna Keilin. 1921 (Polish), 1947 (Ime¢lish) Autograph book of Mrs. Anna Keilin (Polish) Four packets of private family letters, mainly in Polish, some French end English, numbered I — IV 2 sets of Cambridge University diaries Green wallet file concerning Molteno Institute 1906 — 63. (Keilin died 27 February 1963 at a meeting to discuss the Molteno) Miscellaneous photographs of Professor Keilin, his laboratories, and his associates, dated and idertified when known. Miscellaneous letters and newspaper clippings (1 letter in Polish) Miscellaneous letters and documents including naturalisation papers. 10. Miscellaneous souvenirs of Royal Society tercentenary celebration in Cambridge D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 11, Miscellaneous correspondence of Anna Keilin. 12. Miscellaneous cepigraphs collected by Keilin. 13. Letter 1915, from J. Stanley Gardiner inviting Keilin to Cambridge. Correspondence in French and Inglish 1914 ~ 16 relating to offer of job with U.S. Department of Agriculture. 14. Miscellaneous letters of sympathy written by Keilin. 15. Magdalene College, Cambridge: dinners and guests. 16. Magdalene College, Cambridge: letter of election to Research Studentship 19163; correspondence with Master and President 3 Pepys Library Appeal. 17. Autobiographical notes during illnesses. 1960 ~ 61 18. Miscellaneous private correspondence: mainly letters of con— gratulations to and from Keilin (in English, French, Polish, Chinese. ) 19. Certificates: D.Sc. (Sorbonne) 1918; M.A. Cambridge 1923. 20. Certificate: Liége 21. Certificate: Polish Academy of Sciences 22. The Copley Medal 23. The Royal Medal 24. 25. 26. Honours, appointments and awards (in English and French) Société entomologique de France Prix Passet (see also 107, 141) Royal Society Membre Cornemnortiait, Société de Biologie, Paris Election to Quick Professorship:: Medical Research Council Letters re Royal Medal Honorary‘Doctorate, Brussels Académie des Sciences, Institut de France Honorary Doctorate, Bordeaux Letters re Copley Medal Honours and awards (in English and French) Letters re Liége Letters re ncmination for Nobel Prize HonoraryDoctorate, Bologna Letters and Certificate, Académie des Sciences, Institut de France Honours and awards (in English, French, Italian, Dutch) Letters re Doctorate, Utrecht St. Vincent Prize, Turin Letters re Polish Academy of Sciences : Foreign Honorary Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences New York Academy of Sciences (declined) American Society of Biological Chemists British Society for Parasitology Royal Society of the Arts (declined) 27. Obituaries and letters of sympathy. Letters re Keilin Memorial Lecture 1951 1959 1951 1939 1911 1915 1928 1928 1931 1942 1939 1947 1947 & 1955 1947 1951 1952 1953 = 54 1954 1955 1956 1957 1959 1959 1960 1961 1962 1952 D. Keilin csac 3/73 Tis Address books Se 28 - Miscellaneous address books of scientific correspondents. 32. ItI. Bibliographies ‘33 = 6 looseleaf notebooks, annotated bibliography (in English, 38. French, German). 39 - 2 sheaves of unbound bibliographies on parasites (in English, 40. French, German). ae 42. 43. 44. Looseleaf notebook, bibliography (in Inglish, French, German). Card—index bibliography. Sheaf of bibiiographical cards (in English, French, German). Wallet file of miscellaneous annotated bibliographies (in English, French, German). 45. Sheaf of bibliographical cards (in English, French, German). IV. Working notebooks 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53.6 54. 556 56. 57. 58. Sheaf of cards describing field excursions and observations. Ms. notebook (in French, German). Ms. notebook, Paris (in French, English, German). 1911 1908 71910 2 notebooks of observations on larvae, Paris (in French). 19171 ~ 15 Ms. notebook, Paris (in French), Ms. notebook on larvae (in French). 1915 = 75 1915 —~ 17 Ms. notebook on larvae (in French, German, Polish, Inglish). 1915 — 18 Ms. notebook on larvae (in French, English, German). 1921 — 24 Ms. notebook on haematin and porphyrin. | 1925 =— 26 Ms. notebook on miscellaneous biochemical experiments (Keilin, Hartree, Mann and others). 1926 — 40 Ms. notebook on cytochrome and other experimental observations (Keilin and Hartree). 1929 — 42 Ms. notebook on biochemical observations. 1930 Ms. notebook on oxidases (in English, French, German). 1930 — 33 Ms. notebook on haemoglobin and spectroscope observations. Ms. notebook inscribed ‘Respiration of Gastrophilus. Y.L. Wang.' Ms. notebook on cytochrome observations. Ms. notebook II 'Reversion Spectroscope. Peroxidase. Apo=zymase and Co—zymase. T.Mann' (in English, German, and Polish). Ms. notebook (Hartree) ‘Reconstruction of Hexosemonoplasphoric system.'* Ms. notebook (Hartree) 'Methaemoglobins and Haemoglobin with Ms. notebook (Hartree) 'Catalase.! nitrate.' Ms. notebook ‘III Peroxidase. T. Mann.'* Ms. notebook ‘I Polyphenoloxidase. 7. Mann.'* Ms. notebook ‘II Polyhenoloxidase. T. Mann’ (in Imglish, German) 1936 1936 = 54 1936 1936 = 38 1937 1937 Ms. notebook bacteria' (Hartree) ‘Insoluble enzymes of heart=-muscle etc. 1937 - 39 Ms. notebook (Hartree) ‘Oxidation systems.* Ms. notebook (Hartree) ‘Catalase II.! Ms. notebook by Keilin). 'TII Polyphenoloxidase. T. Mann' (with Ms. notes 73. Ms. notebook (Hartree) 'Coupled oxidation,' 'Notatin' 14. Ms. notebook (Hartree) ‘Insoluble enzymes of heart muscle ete.? 1939 Ms. notebook (Hartree) ‘Insoluble enzymes of heart muscle etc.? 1939 =- 42 D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 Doe 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.6 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 10.6 71. Te. 156 16. 77. 78. 196 80. 81. 82. 1937 1937 1938 - 43 - 39 1938 ~ 46 1939 1940 1940 - 49 1940 = AO 1940 ~ 46 1946 — 48 1942 = 45 1941 = 42 1943 ~ 48 Ms. notebook ‘IV Polyphenoloxidase. T. Mam.! Ms. notebook ‘IV Peroxidase. T. Mann' (Mann and Keilin) Ms. notehook (Hartree) 'Spectroscopy.! Ms. notebook Bacteria'; also biochemical experiments. (Keilin and Hartree) ‘Catalogue of Parasitic Ms. notebook (Hartree) ‘Yeast and Bacteria, Vol.I' Ms. notebook (Hartree) tYeast and Bacteria, Vol.2! Ms. notebook (Hartree) ‘Insoluble Enzymes of heart muscle? 83. Ms. notebook (Hartree) 'D.S.I.R.¢ 84. Ms. notebook Keilin, E.F. Hartree. 'Different Observations’ by Keilin, Dr. Joan D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 85. 86. 87.6 88. Ms. notebook (Hartree) ‘Notatin (applications)! Ms. notebook (Hartree) *Succinic Cytochrome Vol. 6! Ms. notebook on miscellaneous biochemical observations. Ms. notebook on miscellaneous experiments with yeast. 8&9 e Ms e notebook (Keilin and Hartree) 'Peroxidase Catalase, vol.7' 90. 91. 92. Ms. notebook fHartres) 'Glutathione Uricase Xanthinoxidase? Ms. notebook (unidentified) on miscellaneous experiments Ms notebook (unidentified) on miscellaneous experiments 9 3 e Ms. notebook on *Manometric Experiments.'* 94. 95-6 96. 97. 98. 99-6 Ms. notepook (wnidentified) on experiments. Ms. notebook on hemerythrin. Ure chrome. Ms notebook of parasitological drawings. Early work? (French) Ms. notebook on oxidases (in Inglish, German, French) Ms. notebook (Hartree) biochemical notes Ms. notebook on cytochiomes and enzymes 100. Ms. notes 'Experiments' (Parasitology) 101. Ms. notebook "Respiratory Carriers arid Enzymes't ~ 55 ~ 58 =. OF - 59 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. Ms. notebook (Keilin and Mann) notes on books and journals read (in English, German). Ms. notebook on metalloporphyrins and haematin Box file ‘Cytochrome and other haemoproteins'(Manuseript and typescript ) Box file *Laccase'; articles, Ms. draft on laccase by T. Mann. (in English, French ) bibliographies, correspondence, offprints, Box file ‘Cytochrome and other haemoproteins! (manuscript notes and corrected typescript. , node nod. i939 ned. Box file *Old Mss.'* 3 envelopes. ‘Recherches sur les larves de Diptéres cyclorhaphes: 1915 I Cycle évolutif de Pollenia rudis.' Manuscript, notes, errata. (Awarded Prix Passet 1914. 'Cytochrome and Respiratory Enzymes.‘ Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 104, 206-252. additions. See also nos. 24, 141) (French) . Typescript with Ms. corrections and 1929 108. Miscellaneous biochemical notes, bibliographies and working papers (in Inglish, French, German) ned. D. Keilin | CSAC 3/73 109. 110. *Caulleryella myiatropat (Keilin and Bhatia) notes, drawings, Ms. draft. (in English, French, Portuguese) Miscellaneous working papers on parasitology and respiration (in English, French, German) 111. Ms. notes and drawings on various parasites, malaria 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. thseptic life literaturet notes (early work perhaps assembled later for work on Anabiosis) (ia Mnglish, French) ‘Physiology of respiration in insects, *miscellaneous notes, draft, bibliography of paper. (in Inglish, French, German) lamas and respiration in insects. Miscellaneous notes and drawings. (mainly in French) Early work on parasitology in London and Cambridge, drawings, notes and scientific correspondence (in English, French) Notes on classification of larvae, Paris (French) Miscellaneous notes and working papers on larvae; Paris and Cambridge. (in French and Inglish) Symbiosis. Notes and working papers (perhaps for lecture) Spectroscopic drawings and observations. Miscellaneous notes and working papers, biochemical Miscellancous notes and working papers. Imzymes and haemo~ proteins Miscellaneous notes and working papers. Enzymes and haemo~ proteins Experiments and notes on role of catalase Laboratory observations and graphs Miscellaneous working papers: immunity, cytochrome Miscellaneous notes and working papers: biochemistry Yiscellaneous notes and working papers: bivchemistry Vv. Cambridge University 128, 129. 130. 131. 132. Lecture on Symbiosis Miscellaneous lecture not:s: metallo=protein compounds; perox=- idase, dehydrogenase, carbonic anhydrase, porphyrin Lecture on porphyrin Lecture on cellular respiration Lecture on bile pigments Nes neo 3 NeGe Nee ned. 1910 Miedo ned. Nede ned. node 6.1955 ned. nod. 1958 1959 ned. NeGe node n.d. nede node nde Nee D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 133. Lecture on haemoglobin 134. Notebook: lectures on parasitology, protozoa, and helminths 135. Notebooks lectures on cytochrome 136. Notebook: lectures and demonstrations 1372 Notebook: lectures on oxidases 138. Notebook: examination questions 1396 Reports of Quick Professor and Molteno Institute 140. Syliabus, reading lists, practical experiments, lecture abstracts VI. Publications ‘Recherches sur les larves de Diptéeres cyclorhaphes,' Bulletin scientifique de la France et de la Belgique, 1915. Prix Passet, Société entomologique de France, 1914. (see also 24, 107) (ih French). Manuscript Awarded "On cytochrome, a respiratory pigment common to animals,yeast and higher plants,’ Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 98, 312-339, 1925. 2 typescripts with Ms corrections. k o y a h P I W ~ 57 - 53 1915 1929 1929 1934 1944 1946 1947 1946 - 54 - 51 1940 1940 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. . 146. 147. 143. ‘Parasitology, 'Encyclopaedia Britannica, 14th edition, 17, 276—280, 1929. Typescript with Ms corrections ‘Cytochrome and respiratory enzymes,' Proceedings of the Royal Society B, i104, 206-252, 1929. 2—page outline ‘Mechanisms of cellular respiration,' Croonian Lecture, The Royal Society, 1934. with Ms corrections Drafts tRespiratory systems and respiratory adaptation in larvae and pupae of Diptera,' Parasitology, 36, 1-66, 1944. Notes and drafis "Haemoglobin of Gastrophilus larvae, ¢ (with Y.L.Wang), Bio-- chemical Journal, 40, 855-866, 1946. Notes and drafts. Stability of haemoglobin and of certain endoerythrocytic enzymes,’ (with Y.L. Wang), Biochemical Journal, 41, 491-500, 1947. Notes and drafts. Work on blood formation (1946 — 54): correspondence with Dr. SeH. Wajda and Sir Solly Zuckerman; comments on review of Wajda's Ms..and published work, with Ms. and corrected type- script; related offprints by Wajda, Whitby and others; mis-— cellaneous notes. (in English, Japanese) Work on enzymes "Carbonic anhydrase. (with 1. Mann), Biochemical Journal, 34, 1163-1176, 1940. Notes and drafts. "Specificity of glucose~oxidase (notatin)' (with E.F. Hartree) Biochemical] Journal, 50, 331-341, 1951. Draft and notes. Purification and nature of the enzyme,’ s d c ) e N N= A —D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 148. (cont ) 'Purification of horseradish peroxidase and comparison of its properties with those of catalase and methaemoglobin,' (with E.F. Hartree), Biochemical Journal, 49, 88-106, 1951. Ms notes and draft ‘Cytochrome oxidase and the "Pasteur enzyme," (with E.F. Hartree), Nature, 171, 413, 1953. Ms draft 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 1546 tBiological catalysis «f mutarotation of glucose,' (with E.F. Hartree), Biochemical Journal, 50, 341-348, 1951. Proof with Ms corrections, drawings. Work on nomenclature of cytochromes: correspondence, papers and comments. ‘The aerobic oxidatio: of dihydroxyfumaric acid in presence of peroxidase,‘ (with E.F. Hartree), Ms notes and drafts for article Work on cyanide: Ms notes and bibliographies "Distribution and diversity of haemoglobin,* Acta Biochimica Polonica, 3, 439-457, 1956. Ms notes, drafts, typescript with Ms corrections. 'Reactions of catalase with hydrogen peroxide and hydrogen donors,' (with P. Nicholls), Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 29, 302-307, 1958. Manuscript, experimental results, typescript with Ms corrections 1556— 157. 'The problem of anabiosis or latent life,' The Leeuwenhoek Lecture, The Royal Society, 1958. Ms notes, working papers, drafts, bibliographies, correspondence, proofs with Ms cor- rections, ist typed draft, printed copy. (in English, French, German, Italian) 10. 1951 1953 1951 1953 - 54 1954 ~ 58 c.1955 1956 1958 1959 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 'Effect of inhibitors on the activity of soluble succinic dehydrogenase and on the reconstitution of the succinic de-— _ hydrogenase-cytochrome systems from its components, (with Tsoo HE. King), Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 152, 163—187, 1960. Correspondence, Ms notes, proof with Ms cor~ rections. 'Haemerythrin,' Acta Biochimica Polonica, J, 415~424, 1960. Ms drafts, annotated bibliography, notes, calculations, reprints and related correspondence. (in Imglish, French, German) ‘The problem of language in publications of works of scientific and other fields of learning,' Nature, 186, 912, 1960. Ms drafts, notes, bibliography and correspondence. 1960 1960 1960 ‘Maurice Caullery 1868-1958," Biogravhical Memoirs of Fellows of 1960 the Royal Society, 6, 13-31, 1960. Ms notes, correspondence, proof with Ms corrections. (in English, French) Work on cyanide. Ms drafts, notes; amotated bibliographies, correspondence, and related offprints. (in English, German) 1961 = 63 D, Keilin CSAC 3/73 163. 164. 165. "Reactions of haemoproteins with hydrogen peroxide and the supposed formation of hydrogen peroxide during the autoxida- tion of haemoglobin,' Nature, 191, 769-770, 1961. laboratory observations (in another hand), proof with Ms corrections. Manuscript, ‘Metabolism of haemoglobin and haematin compounds in Ascaris Lumbricoides, ' (by M.H. Smith and D.L. Lee). Keilin'ts dis~ cussion of paper, correspondence. ‘Absorption spectra and some other properties of cytochrome ¢ and of its compounds with ligands,' (with W.D. Butt), Pro- ceedings of the Royal Society B, 156, 429-458, 1962. report by Butt. Ms notes, 166. Miscellaneous reviews of books and papers: Ms notes and drafts 167.— ‘The History of Cell Respiration and Cytochrome,' Cambridge 170. University Press, 1964. Ms notes and drafts, typescripts with Ms corrections. (in Mnglish and German) 171. Parasitology: correspondence with Cambridge University Press on editorial matters 172.— 175. Parasitology: correspondence with authors and referees 72. Articles numbered by Keilin 71139 — 1219 1221 = 1231 173. " i " " 1962 1962 1933 - 62 1933 - 62 174. 175. A it 1" tt tt tt t tt 1232 ae 4253 1255 — 1294 VII. Conference 176. International Union of Biochemistry Symposium, Canberra, 6 aad 7 September, 1959. on cytochrome nomenclature, sub-commission meetings reports. Correspondence, reports, Ms comments 1959 VIII. Correspondence 177. Miscellaneous correspondence with colleagues in other countries (in French, German, Polish, Russian) 178. ret protozoa (in English, French, Italian) 179. xe. sample analyses 180.— Files of scientific correspondence arranged alphabetically 199. according to correspondent. See Index, page 13. (in English, French, German, Russian, Polish) 200. Correspondence re grants for Keilin's early work (including letters from Nuttall to Royal Society and M.R.C.); Keilin's application for Quick Professorship. -~ 31 201. Correspondence of Keilin and Nuttall with Sir James Fowler re Beit Memorial Fellowship; Keilin's annual reports on work. 1920 D. Keilin csac 3/73 202. 2036 204. 205. 206. Correspondence with Sir Edward Mellanby re: M.R.C. grant; with Sir Henry Dale re: personal grant from Wellcome Trust, Keilints annual reports on work. Correspondence re: continuing research grants from Nuffield Foundation Correspondence re various articles written for Proceedings of the Royal Society (including correspondence with Dr. W.D. Butt for T9062 arvicle) 1951 = 55 1939 — 62 Correspondence re various articles for Nature and the Biochen— ical Journal ~~ 1949 = 62 Miscellaneous correspondence with Cambridge University Press, with LP. Wilkinson re: Keilin's obituary of Professor L.P. Pugh; with Geoffrey LaPage 1951 = 63 207 Miscellaneous correspondence with various scientific journals 1953 ~ 62 208. Migesltengous invitations to lecture (in English, French) 1932 — 60 203. Miscellaneous requests to visit the Molteno Institute 210. Miscellaneous undated letters 211. Requests for Keilin's offprints 1954 - 62 Nee 212.— Files of confidential correspondence to be consulted orly with 219. permission of the Keeper of Manuscripts, Cambridge University Library. A detailed list is included with the collection. IX. Drawings 220.— Miscellaneous parasitological drawings relating to work by 222. Keilin, Nuttall, Ross. (some dated) Xe Historical material 223. Material relating to C.A. Macliunn 224. 2256 ‘Physiological Atlas,* pen, ink and watercolor anatomical drawings by C.A. Macifunn Scientific correspondence of Professor G.H.F. Nuttall (in Ing lish, French) 226. Letters from Sir Ronald Ross to Professor Nuttall 227. ‘Ms notes by Nuttall: 'Mocquito breeding places! 228. Obituaries of Nuttall; application for Quick Professorship 229. Jater=—colour drawings of paresitological subjects by Mrs. Anna Keilin, signed and dated. 1867 = 1925 1873 to. . 1899 — 1910 1899 ~ 1901 Neds 1906 1919, 1929 D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 XI. Index to principal correspondents (Numbers refer to items) ABDELL, Tahia M. ABDERHALDEN, Enil ALDRICH, J. Me ALEKSEEVICH, A. (German) (Polish) ALEXANDER, Charles P. ANDERSON, Sir John 174 177 180 177 180 208 ARCAY de PERAZA, Professor Lucile ASHWORTH, J. H. 173 180 Je BAKER, John Randal BALL, S. BEARD, Re BATE-SMITH, Edgar Charles BATHER, F. D. BAUME, R. de la BAYLIS, H. BECKER, Thomas BECHTOLD, Eduard BEQUAERT, D. BECQUEREL, Paul BEIRUS, Bryan P. Ae A. (German ) Te Ss (French) BERTHO, Alfred (German) BERTRAND, L. BUZZI, Me BIERICH, R. BIRBEL, G. (French) . i. | BLACKETT, Baron Patrick Mevnard Stuart. BLANCHARD, R. (French) BLASCHKO, Herman Karl Felix BLES, Bertha BOIS, E. BONNER, Walter BORDAS, (French ) BOUT, Ge (French) BOUVIER, Professor (French) 175 175 180 180 178 180 189 180 177 180 155 173 177 177 180 177 178 180 180, 225 212 210 177 180 180 225 225 BRAUN, Professor H. (German ) 177 — D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 BROW, Sir Lindor BUCHNER, P. (German ) BUCK, J. BUTT, W. D. BUXTON, Professor P. Ae CAMERON, Professor Thomas Wright Moir CAULLERY, Professor Maurice CHANCE, Britton CHENG, Professor Thomas C. CHIBNALL, Professor Albert Charles CHINN, Dr. Herman CHULB, James C. CLEMENTS, E. Me B. COLLIN, James E. COLTER, Professor J. S. (French) CORBEANU, Radu CORNER, Professor Edred John Henry DALH, Sir Henry Hallett DANIELLIE, Professor James Frederic DARTNELL, H. Je H. DAWES, Professor Ben DAY, Me F. DESNUELLE, Dr. P. DHERE, Ch (French ) DICKENS, Professor Frank DOBELL, Sir Clifford DONCASTER, L. DORMAN, F. G. We EDDY, Be P. EDSALL, John T. EDWARDS, F. EFFLATOUN, H. ELLIOT, Alan Be ELLIOT, W. ELVEHJAM, C. Ae ESTABROOK, Ronald EVANS, G. Gs Owen | 155 V7 180 165, 204, 209 182, 212 172 25, 180 27, 150, 181 175 199, 212 209 175 2i3- 182 213 177 212 155, 182, 202, 212 173, 213 182 i72°= 174 213 208 182 212 155, 171, 212 178, 182 182 182 182 182 183 183 D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 FELDBERG,Professor Wilhelm Siegmund FELDMAN-MUHSAM, Ba FERRACONE, We Je FINK, S. H. (German) FISHER, Professor H. (German) 207 174 183 FLOREY, Sir Howard FOWLER, Sir James FOULERTON, Alex G. R. FOX, Professor Harold Munro FREETH, Francis Arthur FRENDENBERG, K. FULLIA, Professor H. Ve GARDINER, Professor J. Stanley GEORGE, Professor Philip GIBSON, Professor Quentin Howieson GICIART, J. (French) GILLMAN, T. GOBEL, Walter (German) GOIL, M. GRANOTA, Leopoldo Me (Italian) GRASSI, B. GREEN, David GREEN, Francis Henry Knethall GRIMSHAW, Percy H. HALL, R. HAPPOLD, Professor Frank Charles HARINGTON, Sir Charles Robert HARMER, 5. F, HARRIS, Professor Jonn Edward EARTREE, i. F, HAUROWITZ, Felix HENDEL, Friedrich HENNESSY, J. P. HEXRI, Professor V. (French) HERFORD, Geoffrey Vernon Brooke HESELTINE, H. Ke HILL, Archibald Vivian C.H. 184 186, 212 184 183 13, 185, 210 185, 213 213 225 162 185 175 178 185. 185 202, 213 185 186 27 186, 212 186 213 27, 202 186 186 186 208 162 186 205, 212 D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 HIMSWORTH, Sir Harold HINDLE, Dr. Edward HINSHELWOOD, Sir Cyril Norman HINTON, Professor Howard Everest HOARE, Cecil Arthur HODGKIN, Sir Alan Lloyd HOFFMAN~OSTENHOF, O. HOPKINS, Sir Frederick HOWARD, L. O. HYDE, Mary B. HURWITZ, J. JACKSON, Dorothy JAMES, B. L. JENKINSON, Francis JORDAN, A. JORISSEN, W. M. P. JOHANNSEN, O. Ae KADOMA, Professor Keizo KAMEN, Martin KEIFFER, T. KELLOG, V. KERTESZ, D. KING, Tsoo E. K. J. lig KINGSFORD, Reginald John Lethbridge KNOX, W. KOLEZO, T. Eugene P. (Polish) KORZHUJEV, Professor (Russian) KOSHTOYANTES, Kh S. (Russian) KREBS, Sir Hans KROUGH, August KUHNAU, M. (German ) LAHAUSSOIS, Ch LAIRD, Professor Marshall LALAND, Professor 5. G. LANGERON, M. (French) LANKESTER, Sir Ray 186, 212, 213 173, 175, 212 “J ce 186 186 543 171, 155 212 172, 6 208 184, TTF 186 150 174 175 186 13 186 186 208 186 18€ 186 186 27, 158, 187 171 188 177 188 177 188, 212, 213 188 177 188 188 209 225 223 D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 LaPAGE, Geoffrey LATHE, Professor Grant Henry LEGER, S. (Fcench) LEIPER, Professor Robert Thomsen LEMBERG, Max Rudolf LEYKO, Wanda LIGHTBOWN, J. LILLY, Professor Virgil G. LISSITZKY, Dr. (French) W. LLEWELLYN, J. LUNDEGARDH, Professor Henrik LWOFF, A. MacDONALD z S e F e MacMUNN ? Cc e : A e McILWAIN, H. MACIEK, (Polish) MADHESOK, Trena MAGAT, I. (French) MAGATY, Professor H. . F. MALLANBY, Sir Edward MALLOCH, Je Re MANN, Professor Thaddeus MANSION, J. MARCHAL, P. MARGOLIASH, E. MARSHALL, Guy R. Ke MARTIN, Charles J. MARZINOWSKY, E. MASKELL, Professor E. Je MASON, Howard MEIJERE, J. C. H. de MELLANBY, Ke MELLOR, J. Ee M. MENDEL, Professor Bruno MEYERHOF, Professor 0. MICHEL, J. F. MIRSLEY, Professor A. ie 172, 206 188 178 212 171, 189, 212 190 190 190 190 174, 175 190 161 1990 223, 004 162 177 177 190 174 202 190 205 490 190 191 1971 192 225 208 192 191 207 191 213 203 173 192 D. Keilin csac 3/73 MITCHELL, Professor Joseph Stanley MITCHELL, Peter MITCHELL, Robert L. MOMMAERTS, W. F. MONNE, L. MORRISON, Martin MORTON, Frofessor J. Se MOTTRAM, Je C. MOZOLOWSKI, Professor W. MUNRO, James Watson MYRBACK, Professor Karl NEEDZAM, Dorothy NEEDHAM, Joseph WECRI, A. (French ) NEUBERGER, Professcr Albert NIELSEN, J. C. NICHOLLS, Peter NORRISH, Ronald George Wreyford NOWAK, W. Se We NUTTALL, Professor George He fF. OHSHIMA, Kahu OKUNUKI, Professor Kazuo ONSLOW, H. OPARIN, A. I. PANDE, B. P. PANTEL, J. PANTIN, Professor Carl Frederick PAPPENHEIMER, A. Me PARKES, Professor Alan Sterling PATTISON, Professor Bruce PERUTZ, Max Ferdinand PETERS, Professor Bernard George PHILLIPS, Henry PHILPOT, J. PICARDO, (French ) PILLAI, WN. Krishna eT, 212 192 192 207 174 164, 192 212, 213 192 207 210 207 193 208, 209, 212 225 205 225 193 193 174. 9, 139, 171, 193, 200, 201, 225 ~ 228 175 205 193 155 172, 194 1555 150, 155 194 27 173, 194 194 174 194, 213 194 174 177; 194 175 D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 PIRIE, Norman Wingate PLUMELY, Professor Jack Martin POSSOUPSS, Bs (French ) POYNTER, F. N. Le PREMVATI, PRYDE, Professor J. PUGH, Professor Leslie Penrhys QUASTEL, Professor Juda Hirsch RACOVITZA, Emile G. RAI, S. L. RASMUSSEN, Professor Ae PF, RANDALL, Professor John Turton RAWLINSON, W. Ae REES, Gwendolen REIDEL, M. P. REWELL, R. E. RIMINGTON, Professor Claude ROBERTS, 5. C. ROCHE, Professor J. ROGERS, Professor W. P. ROLLESTON, H. ROOTHOUIN, J. ROSE, John H. ROSS, Professor Ronald ROTHSCHILD, Miriam ROTHSCHILD, N. C. RUDD, Professor Johan RYLEY, John T. SALMON, H. SALT, George SANDLER, M. SANGER, Frederick SAUNDERS. B. SAUNDERS, J. Ce T. SCHATZ, Gottfried SCHIMITSCHEK, E. (German) SCHMIDT, Gerald D. 155 162 194 162 175 213 194 209 194 174 - 213 155 194 173 - 175 1A 194 194 71 27 194 194 194 174 226 162 225 195 175 195 174, 195, 212 195 195 195 178 209 1 1715 20, (German) D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 SCHMITZ, P. SCHNABL, Jean SCHUMM, Professor 0. He SCUIT, P. Be SEQUY, E. SEWARD, A. Ce SHARIF, Professor HM. SHARP, D. SHELDON, J. SHIPLEY, A. He Ee SHORT, W. F. SHOTTEN, Professor Frederick William SINCER, Thomas P. SINGH, Professor Kunwar SISAKIAM, Professor N. SLATER, Professor E. Cc. (Bill) SLATER, Sir William Kershaw SLAWINSKI, T. (Polish) SMART, John SMITH, Ernest Lester SMITH, Professor James Eric SMITH, Kerineth Manicy SMITH, Lucille SMITH, Malcolm SMYTHE, Professor J. D, SNOW, Baron Charlies Percy SOYER, A. SPEARE, A. SPICKETT, S. G. SPROSTON, Nora STABLEFORD, D. Ae W. STARE, Fred STEIN, Professor I. STEPHEN, D. Ee STOPPANI, Professor A. 0. Me STRAUB, J. STRONG, F. D. M. SWANN, Professor Michael 195 195 177 150, 195 195 212 209, 213 195 223 195 195 208 158, 195 175 195 26, 27, 196 208, 217 197 171, 173, 197 189 aie 174, 197 197 213 172, 197 213 197 178 172 172 197 197 209, 213 174 197 197, 210 197 212, 213 D. Keilin CSAC 3/73 Ke SWEATMAN, G. SZENT~GYORGYI, Albert SZYMANOWSKI, Dr. J. (Polish) TAMIYA, Hiroski I. TARAZONA, J. M. TAYLOR, Six George (THBORELL, Axel Hugo Teodor THOMPSON, William Robin THORNTON, Sir Henry Gerard THURSTON, June TILLY’.RD, “PR. Je TISELIUS, Arne TISSIERUS, Alfred TODD, Lord Alexander R. TURNER, Francis UNNITHAN, R. UTTANGI, J. V. E. UVAROV, Sir Boris VILLENENVE, Je WADSWORTH, J. WAINWRIGHT, C. WAJDA, S. H. T. J. WARBURG, Otto (German) WATSON, Professor David Meredith Sears WEBER, H. (French) WEIR, James R. WEISER, Jaroslav WeSTENBRINK, Professor H. G. K. WHITBY, Professor Lionel WIGGLESWORTH, Professor Vincent Brian WILKLISON, Le WILLIAMS, I. P. C. WILLINK, Sir Henry Urmston WILLSTATTER, Professor Richard WILSON, Perry 198 213 198 208 175 97, 197 172 172 193 198 198 198 147 199 155 “77 178 199 209 213 194, 6, 199, 212 206 175 16 199 I? CSAC 3/73 WINTERSTEIN, Professor E. (German) WORMALL, Professor A. WOTTON, Professor Robert M. YAKIMOFF, Professor W. L. (Russian) YCAS, Dr. Martynas YOCUM, Conrad YONETANI, Takashi YOUNG, Professor Sir Frank George YOUNG, Professor John Zachary YUEN, P. H. ZEILES, Professor Karl (German) ZUCKERMAN, Sir Solly ATT 212 174 177 199 199 199 207 212, 213 173 199 147 e e THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Report on further correspondence and papers of DAVID KEILIN (1887-1963 ) biologist deposited in Cambridge University Library Reproduced for the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre (CSAC 118/9/86) by THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS Quality House, Quality Court, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1HP 1987 No 87/4 All rights reserved (NRA 17358) CSAC 118/9/86 CONTEMPORARYSCIENTIFIC ARCHIVES CENTRE British National Committee for the History of Science, Medicine and Technology underthe guidanceof the Royal Society’s Supplementary catalogue of papers and correspondence of DAVID KEILIN FRS (1887 - 1963) Material additional to CSAC 3/73 Compiled by Jeannine Alton and Peter Harper Deposited in the University Library Cambridge 1986 All rights reserved D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 The work of the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre, and the production of this catalogue, are made possible by the support of the following societies and institutions: The Biochemical Society The Charles Babbage Foundation for the History of Information Processing : The Institute of Physics The Institution of Electrical Engineers The Institution of Mechanical Engineers The Nuffield Foundation The Rhodes Trustees The Royal Society of London The Wolfson Foundation D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 LIST OF CONTENTS GENERAL INTRODUCTION Items SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL A.1-A.87 A.1 -A.7 Biographical tributes and information A.8 -A.40 Career and honours A.41-A.87 Family letters and material SECTION B THE MOLTENO INSTITUTE CAMBRIDGE B.1-B.34 16 B.1 -B.13 Research and teaching B.14-B.34 History and administration SECTION C LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS C,1-€.32 21 SECTION D CORRESPONDENCE D.1-D.29 24 SECTION E PHOTOGRAPHS E.1-E.18 INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS 29 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 GENERAL INTRODUCTION PROVENANCE 3 The material was received from Mrs. Joan Whiteley (Keilin's daughter) at various dates June-December 1986. Although the collection is essentially additional to that catalogued in 1973 (CSAC 3/73) it also incorporates documents relating to the Molteno Institute Cambridge (item 6 of the 1973 catalogue) previously retained in family hands. DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION The supplementary collection is particularly strong on biographical material relating to Keilin and his family, and includes several accounts, translations, summaries, explanatory notes and identifications prepared by Mrs. Whiteley. There is documentation for the early life and work in Paris of Keilin, his wife Anna and his sister Marie (both doctors), and more sparsely of other members of their families. Of some interest are the sequencesof letters written to Keilin by his wife from Manchester during the First World War, and by his daughter from Leeds during the Second World War, when each was pursuing a medical career. None of Keilin's replies to his wife survive but his frequent letters to Joan (A.73-A.78) are very interesting for their news of his research ideas and Cambridge affairs as well as for the picture they con- vey of his struggles with ill-health and his unassuming and endearing personality. The documentary record in Section A is complemented by photographs assembled in Section E. Section B contains a little research material for the Cambridge period and some useful additional documentation for Keilin's long connection with the Molteno Institute before, during and following his appointments as Quick Professor and Director. The material held back from the 1973 collection is incorporated here. Section C (Lectures and Publications) is chiefly of interest for Keilin's draft review for Nature of a book by Warburg (C.3) and for its extensive drafts and corres~ pondence for his own book The history of cell respiration and cytochrome left unfinished at his death, completed by his daughter and published in 1966. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 4 Section D (Correspondence), though slight, includes some exchanges with A. Szent-Gyérgyi and O. Warburg. of all aspects of Keilin's life, work, colleagues and family from 1907 to shortly before Many of these were assembled and re-photographed by Mrs. Whiteley and Section E contains several interesting phot ographs his death. bear dates and identifications by her. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Our main thanks are to Mrs. Whiteley for her care in assembling, translating and identifying the material. We also acknowledge with thanks the help of Dr. G.C. Stone (Hertford College, Oxford) in deciphering and translating documents in Polish and Russian. J.B. Alton P. Harper Oxford 1986 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 5 SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL A.1 - A.87 A.1 -A.7 Biographical tributes and information A.8 -A.40 Career and honours A.41-A.87 Family letters and material Anna Keilin Joan Keilin (later Whiteley) Other relatives and friends A.41-A.55 A.56-A. 80 A.81-A.87 BIOGRAPHICAL TRIBUTES AND INFORMATION A.1 A.2 A.3 Keilin's own account of his scientific activity. probably 1945 (work with Y.L. Wang on leguminous plants). 5Spp., n.d., Miscellaneous biographical notes prepared after Keilin's death, by J. Keilin, P. Tate. Accounts prepared by Mrs. Whiteley (J. Keilin) for the present collection. ‘Corrigendum to obituary notices' 'Student Days in Paris: before and after’ 'Dr. Marie Keilin' (Keilin's sister, Mania) List of addresses in Paris and Cambridge occupied at various times by David and Anna. A.4, A.5 Family trees and information assembled by Mrs. Whiteley for the present collection. A.4 of other members of the family contributed by various relatives. Family tree, outline of life, recollections David Keilin. Anna Keilin (née Hershlik). Family tree, outline of A.5 life. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 Biographical and personal A.6, A.7 Published accounts. 'Keilin, cytochrome and the concept of a respiratory A.6 chain', by E.F. Hartree, in Of Oxygen, Fuels and Living Matter, 1981. 'Keilin and the Molteno', by M.F. Perutz, The Cambridge A.7 Review, October 1986. CAREER AND HONOURS A.8 Early life and career Residence certificate issued by Warsaw police, 1896. School report, 1904. Two documents relating to military service, 1908, the second issued at Imperial Russian Consulate, Paris, deferring call-up until end of university studies but not beyond age of 27. Russian passport, issued 1911 and used to 1921, with visas for Britain, 1915, and return to Paris for doctorate 1917. Keilin is recorded on the passport as travelling with his sister, Hena (Niusha). A.9 Li€ge University, 1905 Certificate of study; admission card to Botanical Gardens. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 Biographical and personal A.10-A.13 Paris A.10 Personal documents. Residence certificate, 1905, with later additions 1908, 1911. Marriage certificates, July and September 1913. Letter, 1915, from J. Verne. Certificates of study, 1908 Zoology, Embryology; 1909 A.11 Botany; 1912 Geology. A.12 Dipléme de Licencié és Sciences. Miscellaneous receipts and forms re certificates and dues. Doctorate, 1917. A.13 letter from G.H.F. Nuttall, arrangements made by M. Caullery, doctorate certificate (mention trés honorable). Includes application for visa, supporting Also included in folder is letter to Keilin, 1918, with news of teachers and friends. Cambridge, 1918 Miscellaneous biographical items, residence and military certificates, invitations, research and personal . A.15 Election to Royal Society, 1928 Letter of congratulation (only one survives), fee receipts. Miscellaneous items, 1920s, 1930s National Portrait Gallery; passport; press cutting; Certificate of registration for Stephanie ('Shifra') Hershlik, who came to Britain to live with her daughter and son-in-law, 1921. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 Biographical and personal Miscellaneous items, 1940s Card from colleagues in Paris, 1943. Telegram from J. Needham urging Keilin to apply for Chair of Biochemistry, Cambridge, 1943. Request (declined) to become first President of the newly-formed Society for General Microbiology, 1944. Letter from M. Caullery on Keilin's election as membre corres~ pondeant, Académie des Sciences, 1947. List of guests invited to Garden Party at Keilin's home on the occasion of the First International Congress of Biochemistry at Cambridge, 1949. Miscellaneous items, 1950s Copley medal (one letter only), 1951. Offer (declined) of election as Fellow, Royal Society of Arts, 1952. Correspondence re Hon. Doctorate, University of Li€ge, 1952. Greetings card from ‘reunion of former Molteno and Cambridge biochemists', Shanghai, 1959. Miscellaneous shorter items. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 Biographical and personal A.20-A.40 Keilin's death Letters of condolence, written jointly or separately to Anna and Joan Keilin, a few with replies. A.20 A A.29 L A.2]1 Ba-Bi A.30 Ma A.22 BI-Bu A.31 Me-Mu | A.23. C A.24 D-E A.25 A.26 A.27. F G 4H A.32 N-O A.33 P-Q A. 34 R A.35 Sa-5| A. 36 Sm-Sz A.28 I-J-K A.37 T A.39 Lists compiled by Joan Keilin of those from whom letters were received; drafts of replies by Anna and Joan Keilin. A.40 Will, Estate account, assets and liabilities. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 10 Biographical and personal FAMILY LETTERS AND MATERIAL Anna Keilin, née Hershlik A.41-A.44 Early life in Poland (documents in Russian). A.4l Birth certificate, 1886; and French translation, 1906. Residence certificate for 'Shifra’ (Stephanie) Hershlik (mother), certifying her as a Russian citizen in town of Velun, Poland. See also A.16. A.42 School leaving certificates of Lycée at Lodz, 1902, and addendum, 1905, re qualification as primary school teacher; and French translation, 1906. A.43 with photograph. Diploma as primary school teacher, Lodz, June 1905, A.44 Lodz, August 1905, with photograph. Certificate of examination in Latin taken at boys’ school, (Latin was not taught to girls at that date.) A.45, A.46 Paris A.45 Dispense de grade, 1906. Doctorate, 1915. Testimonials to medical studies, 1915, 1916. Receipts and dues. A.46 Residence certificate, 1906, and later amendments. Russian passport issued 1905, with travel pass, 1913, as loose document, and entry authorisation for Britain, 1915. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 1] Biographical and personal A.47-A.55 Britain A.47 Documents relating to medical career, 1915-20. Includes testimonials for Anna Keilin from Manchester Northern Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital, St. Mark's Hospital; brief correspondence re post at Cambridge, 1918; receipts and dues. Also included is certificate of pass in medicine, Society of Apothecaries, London, March 1920, and letter to David Keilin about medical studies, undated but one month before Apothecaries examination. notes contributed by Mrs. Whiteley, December 1986. Letter is in Polish, with résumé translation and Letters to David Keilin, 1915-17. With the exception of letters written from Paris in 1915 and included at A.48, the correspondence is addressed to David Keilin in Cambridge and sent from Manchester where Anna Keilin was working at the Manchester Northern Hospital for Women and Children. It consists of letters, postcards and telegrams, some on hospital headed paper; a card or letter was sent almost daily and sometimes more than once aday. are in Polish with occasional phrases in French and more rarely in English. Almost all There is one letter in Russian. The content is mainly personal, but includes several references to life in Manchester and to Anna Keilin's p professional work at the hospital. p 1915 3 April, from David to Anna Keilin describing A.48 early days in Cambridge; 30 April, 31 May, Anna to David. All in Polish. and notes contributed by Mrs. Whiteley, December 1986. Letters of 3 April, 31 May have résumé translations 1916 July, August. A.49 1916 September. A.50 to 'Mon cher maftre' re a publication by Anna Keilin. Includes letter, 11 October, in French, 1916 October. A.5]1 1916 November. Continued D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 12 Biographical and personal 1916 December. Includes draft applications and requests A 52 for testimonials, in English and French, for a post in 'un hépital Londonien' ECharing Cross J, and a Christmas letter of family news from sister- and brother-in-law, Edzia and Horace Havre, working in Portugal. A.53 Undated and fragmentary letters, probably 1916. A.54 1917 January. A.55 1917 February. Joan Keilin, later Whiteley Letters to her parents, written regularly during clinical medical training at Leeds, 1942-45, and undated. Content is mainly personal, but with frequent reference to course of study, lectures, operations and treatment, as well as details of wartime life in Leeds and some information on Cambridge affairs. A.56 1942 April, September, October. And? 1942 November, December. A.58 a weekend visit to H.A. Krebs and family at Sheffield. 1943 January, February. Letter of 22 February describes oe 1943 March, April. A.60 1943 May. A.6] 1943 June, July. A.62 1943 August. A.63 1943 September, October. A. 64 1943 November, December. A.65 1944 January, February Continued D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 13 Biographical and personal A.66 1944 March-May. 1944 June, July. A. 67 casualties treated at Leeds. Includes description of military A. 68 1944 August, September. A.69 1944 October, November. A.70 1945 January, February, April. A.71, A.72 Undated or fragmentary letters. Letters from Keilin to his daughter, with an occasional note by Anna, 1942-44. The content is mainly personal but with frequent reference to research in hand or planned, meetings and discussions, publications by Keilin and Joan Keilin, appointments and news of colleagues at Cambridge and elsewhere. Some letters include a few sentences in Polish, and some are written when Keilin was confined to bed during his regular attacks of asthma. The sequence provides a detailed and endearing picture of Keilin's personality and activities. A.73 1942 January, April, September. A.74 1942 October-December . A.75 1943 January-March. A.76 1943 April-July. A.77 1943 August, October, December. A.78 1944 August. Undated and fragmentary letters. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 14 A.79 A. 80 Biographical and personal Telegram and letters from Anna to David Keilin, August 1943, from Leeds. In Polish. Two letters from Anna to Joan Keilin, April 1943, September 1944. In English. Miscellaneous later letters home written during holidays or conferences abroad, 1961, 1967. Other relatives and friends Most of these letters and cards are in Russian or Polish, and have translations, paraphrases, identifications or notes added by Mrs. Whiteley. A.81 Entin, Dunia (Keilin's sister) and Mordecai, 1928, 1937. Included here is Keilin's 1960 waiver of claim to the estate of his sister and family, most of whom died in the Warsaw Ghetto, in favour of his niece Irena Mitelman. A.82 A.83 A. 84 A.85 A.86 Havre, Edzia (Keilin's sister) and Horace, 1943, 1944 and n.d. Keilin, Marie (Mania, Keilin's sister), 1923, 1924, 1944. Keilin, Motia (brother) and Genia, 1925, 1938. Keilin, Patka, 1925. Miscellaneous postcards, 1915-17, from family and friends, with notes and possible identifications by Mrs. Whiteley. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 15 Biographical and personal A.87 Letters, cards, etc. from friends: Filitz, J. Heyman, S. 1918 1943 Ivanoff, S. and M. 1916, 1918, 1944. photograph. Includes Kopeé 1932, 1937 ? Pavlovski 1928 D.-Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 16 SECTION B THE MOLTENO INSTITUTE, CAMBRIDGE B.1 -B.34 B.1 -B.13 Research and teaching B.14-B.34 History and administration See A.7 for an account of Keilin's long involvement with the Molteno. RESEARCH AND TEACHING B.1 B.2 B.3 B.4 B.5 B.6 B.7 B.8 Exercise book (covers detached) with some loose pages inter- calated. Both ends of book used. Experiments, results, graphs, most in Keilin's hand but some by another. February 1931, January 1932. Some pages bear dates, November-December 1930, Small red notebook of miscellaneous content. dated 'VII 1935". Only one page Includes list of 53 matters to be investigated, experiments to do, ideas or notes on cytochrome and oxidases; list of 21 similar notes for research on several topics; on Respiration of Ascaris Parasites'; problems’. miscellaneous other notes. list of 9 similar 'Experiments list of 9 'Collaborative At rear of book, similar lists of 13 and 11 topics, and Small notebook of miscellaneous content, bibliographical references, addresses, etc. Mrs. Keilin. At rear of book a few later notes, 1968, by Small loose -leaf notebook, n.d. Mainly chemical formulae and molecules. Miscellaneous notes, graphs, etc. on haemoglobin. Notes on 'Estimation of haem capacity of proteins’. Notes and graphs on cytochromec. Miscellaneous notes. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 17 Bee B.10 The Molteno Institute, Cambridge Ms. lecture on 'Porphyrin' variously paginated, some pages dated 1943, 1944. Examination questions set by Keilin. List of lectures given by Keilin at Cambridge, 1937-58. B.11-B.13 Theses. B.1] 1928. Keilin's report. 1929. Keilin's report on doctorate thesis by A. Szent- Gy&rgyi 'On the function of peroxidase systems’ . B.12 n.d. early 1930s. Keilin's report on thesis by N.U. Meldrum. 1939. B.13 1959. Ms. notes and comments. n.d. Notes and comments by Keilin, Hartree and Dixon. HISTORY AND ADMINISTRATION B.14 B.15 (Part only) letter to G.H.F. Nuttall re Keilin's work, from U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1917, perhaps related to offer of post. Grant applications and research reports to Medical Grant Committee and Medical Research Council for Keilin's work as assistant to Nuttall, 1922-29. Report for 1925 records discovery of cytochrome. Folder includes card from Nuttall, 1929. B.16 ‘Regarding Parasitology’ Memorandum by Nuttall on the history and future of the journal, January 1932. ponsibility from that date. Keilin and E. Hindle took over editorial res- D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 18 The Molteno Institute, Cambridge Correspondence with Medical Research Council and Rockefeller Foundation re support from the Foundation for Keilin's work, 1932; press -cutting re gift. See also B.21. Keilin's letter re death offirst Secretary-Librarian of Molteno, and support for family, 1934. Notes from J. Gray on research projects and personnel at Depart - ment of Zoology, n.d., 1930s. Letter from |. Molteno, 1940. Correspondence with Rockefeller Foundation re help for refugee scientist (1942) and re five-year grant for Keilin's research (1947). Photocopy of Keilin's letter to Medical Research Council re support for molecular biology and work of M.F. Perutz and J.C. Kendrew in Cambridge, 1947. Brief correspondence only re Nuttall Memorial Celebration, 1951. Correspondence, 1950-51, re Keilin's Report on 'The Molteno Institute of Biology and Parasitology', prepared for Cambridge University General Board and relating to the future of the Institute. A copy of the report, and of Keilin's circulation list, are included. Keilin's carbons of letters to others, setting forth his views on the qualities looked for in the head of a parasitology department, 1951. Keilin's carbons ofletters re his forthcoming (October 1952) retire- ment as Quick Professor and as Director of the Molteno, election of successors and his future research plans, April, June 1952. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 19 The Molteno Institute, Cambridge Five bundles of ms. notes by Keilin, prepared as aide-mémoires for discussions with Secretary of Faculties, and with N.M.V. Rothschild, re affairs of the Molteno. attributed by Mrs. Whiteley from Keilin's private diaries July 1952. All bear dates on verso June- Notes for Keilin's speech at celebration of hundredth birthday of C. Warburton at Molteno, 1954. letter and photograph from Warburton to Mrs. Keilin, 1954. Also included here are brief Brief correspondence re Keilin's retirement research at Molteno, financial statements of Nuffield Grant expenditure, 1955, 1956. Papers, 1962, re future of the Molteno and proposed discontinuance of the Quick Professorship, all heavily annotated by Keilin. Continuing correspondence, 1963, re Molteno and Quick Professor- ship and meeting of General Board, 13 February 1963, which Keilin attended by invitation and at which he died. ms. notes prepared for the meeting. Includes miscellaneous Miscellaneous undated notes and jottings, mainly about the Molteno and its activities, but also includes 4pp. notes probably prepared for Council of the Royal Society. Reports of the Quick Professor of Biology, 1931-34, 1934-37, 1937-40, 1943-46, 1945, 1946-49, lists of publications. Miscellaneous printed matter on the history of the Molteno, its publications, and on Nuttall. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 20 SECTION C LECTURES AND PUBLICATIONS C.1 - C.32 _ Many of. the documents have attributions or annotations added by Mrs. Whiteley. C.2 Cd C.4 C.5 ‘Preparation of Cytochrome c', collaborative paper with E.F. Hartree, published in Biochemical Preparations, 2, 1949, under the title ‘Cytochrome c'. App. typescript with ms. corrections. 'Effect of low temperature on the absorption spectra of haemo- proteins ...', collaborative paper with E.F. Hartree, published in Nature, 164, 1949. 9pp. typescript with ms. corrections. Review of O.H. Warburg: Schwermetalle als Wirkungsgruppe vonFermenten, published in Nature, 165, 1950. 8pp. ‘2nd draft', ‘Warburg’, letter from Nature re review, 1949. d6pp. list of 29 points of disagreement, headed Also included in folder is Keilin's copy of Warburg's 1929 papers on oxidation, bound together and with many annotations by Keilin. ‘Cytochrome', collaborative paper with E.C. Slater, published in Brit. Med. Bull., 9, 1953. 24pp. typescript. ‘Cytochrome’, 6pp. typescript with a few ms. corrections for a paper; note by Mrs. Whiteley suggests a relation to collaborative paper with A. Tissi@res published as 'Haemoglobin in moulds' (Nature, 172, 1953). 2 copies with different ms. corrections. Miscellaneous typescript and ms. draft, incomplete, for ‘Distribution and diversity of haemoglobin’ (Acta. Biochim. Polonica, 1956). D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 21 Lectures and publications C.7-€.30 The History of Cell Respiration and Cytochrome Keilin's posthumous book, prepared for publication by his daughter, C.U.P., 1966. This material is mainly typescript, copied up by Keilin's daughter from his notes or earlier drafts, and usually bearing ms. indications by her of where the material was to be, or had been, incorporated in the book. Many of the texts are very heavily annotated or revised by her. There are also some ms. notes, comments or suggestions in the hands of E.F. Hartree and E.C. Slater. A few of Keilin's own ms. or typescript notes survive. C.7 C.8 Cc. Plans and outlines for book, some under original title 'Respiration and metallo-protein catalysts' (see 1953 correspondence with C.U.P. at C.24), material for introduction. Ideas for mottoes. Chapter 1. E10: - Chapter 2. C.1] C.12 c.13 C.14 C.15 Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Chapter 5. Chapter 6. Chapter 7. Multiple drafts and revisions. Chapter including discussion of wok by Warburg. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 22 Lectures and publications C.16 C.17 C.18 Ci? C.20 C.21 Chapter 8. Chapter 9. Chapter 10. Chapter 11. Chapter 12. Chapter 14. C.22, €.23 Bibliographical and other notes, several in Keilin's hand (Joan Keilin's lists enclosed). 2 folders. Correspondence Except for C.24, correspondence is conducted with Joan Keilin. C.24 Correspondence and contract with C.U.P., 1953, for book under its original title Respiration and metallo-protein catalysts, later amended to The History of Cell Respiration and Cytochrome. C,25, €.26 Correspondence with C.U.P. re publication, publicity, reviews, U.S. publication, etc. Includes correspondence with Nature, 1968. C.25 1964-66 C.26 1967-69, 1975 Correspondence with colleagues re book, 1964, 1965. Correspondence with colleagues, readers and reviewers, 1965-67. C.27 C.28 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 23 Lectures and publications C.29 Publicity material, extensive lists of names and addresses for circulation. C.30 Reviews. C.3] Invitations to lecture, letters of thanks. Royal Academy of Netherlands 1938; Harvard 1949; University of London 1952; John Ray Society Cambridge 1954; Natural Science Club Cambridge 1954; History of Science Committee Cambridge 1954; Leeuwenhoek Lecture 1959. C.32 Correspondence with publishers and editors. Invitation to write book on Cytochrome and Other Enzymes of Respiration, 1939; Nature, 1954; Science Progress, 1961. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 24 SECTION D CORRESPONDENCE D.1 - D.29 D.1 D.2 D.3 D.4 D...5 Do7 D.8 D.9 Adrian, E.D. 1939 Declining offer of appointment, and describing research. Agricultural Research Council 1941, 1946 Invitation to serve on ARC, letter of thanks at end of service. Barcroft, H. Oneletter only. Barcroft, J. Keilin's carbon only, re Barcroft's papers. Buxton, P.A. Award of Jaffe Grant toR. Christophers. Conant, J.B. Dale, H.H. 1943 1960 1953 1930 1933 re ams. by Keilin submitted for publication. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research 1945 Keilin's resignation as Chairman, Pest Infestation Committee . Dirac, P.A.M. Dobell, M. re C. Dobell. 1940 1949 D.11 Hindle, E. 1950, 1954 Correspondence 1950 re benefaction; correspondence 1954 re celebration of 100th birthday of C. Warburton. See also B.28. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 25 Correspondence . Holiday, E.R. 1951 Institut International de Chimie-Solvay 1934 Invitation (declined) to 5th meeting, Brussels; includes programme, list of participants . Kapitza, P. 1945 Text of Keilin's telegram recommending treatment for hepatitis. Laidlaw, P.P. 1935, 1936 Preparation of cytochrome c. Lichtenthaeler, C. Book on cytochrome. 1947 Medical Research Council 1946 Letter of thanks at end of service. Meldrum, N.U. 1933, 1944 Card only, 1933; later correspondence is with Meldrum's uncle and publisher re possible reprinting of his book on cellular respiration. Also included here is note by D.E.H. Whiteley, 1986, on the Meldrum family. Mellanby, E. 1952 D.20 Pope, W.J. n.d., pre-1919 Keilin's draft letter only, on diphtheria toxin. D.21 D.22 Quastel, J.H. Sherrington, C.S. 194] 1938 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 26 D.23 D.24 Correspondence Stern, K.G. 1938 Szent-Gyérgyi, A. 1932, 1936 Research and publications, mainly on fumaric, pyruvic and oxaloacetic acids. D.25 Thorson, G. 1960 Research at Marine Biology Laboratory, Copenhagen. D.26 Virtanen, A.|. 1945 Haemoglobin research. D.27 Warburg, O.H. and others 1931-38, 1946 Includes Keilin's letter of congratulations on Warburg's Nobel Prize for 1931; programme of conference on oxidation at Heidelberg, March 1932 (Keilin spoke on cytochrome) and correspondence arising; research, specimens, meeting. G. Millikan while working in Warburg's Institute, 1934, and Keilin's recommendation of Warburg for Hon. Fellowship of Chemical Society, 1938. Also includes letter from Correspondence 1946 is with F.J. Philpot on Warburg's postwar situation . D.28 D.29 Letters of congratulation to colleagues on honours and awards, and/or their replies. Various dates 1944-53 and undated. Brief correspondence, 1945, 1960, on books and reprints. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 27 SECTION E PHOTOGRAPHS £.1 - E.18 Most of the photographs have dates and identifications by Mrs. Whiteley and some have been specially enlarged or re-photographed for the collection. Several of the portrait studies of colleagues are inscribed to Keilin. PAR IS AND WIMEREUX E.1 Garden of Paris laboratory, 1912. 3 photographs, 2 with Keilin. for early work on Pollenia rudis. The garden provided specimens E.2 Wimereux Zoological station. Station, expeditions, n.d., before 1915. MOLTENO INSTITUTE, CAMBRIDGE The building E.3 General view (2 photographs); hollow tree in grounds used for collecting specimens as in Paris. Colleagues and group photographs E.4 E.5 E.6 EZ E.8 E.9 3 group photographs of Nuttall, Keilin, Warburton and other staff, one (1924) with key. J. Barcroft. 3 photographs, one with A.V. Hill. A. Bach; M.S. Batia; H.H. Dale; R. Edman; W.M. Fletcher. S. Hecht; E. Mellanby; G.N. Minch. G.H.F. Nuttall. 3 photographs, one signed and dated 1929. L.S. Robinson; E.L. Smith; Stoppany. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC118/9/86 28 Photographs E.10 E.11 B. Straub; A. Szent-Gyérgyi and family; H. Tamiya; Y.L. Wang. C. Warburton (2 photographs, one 1934 when Warburton, who lived to celebrate his centenary, was eighty); Weinberg; T.$. Work. Keilin in laboratory Exl2 Keilin with colleagues E.13 E.14 Six photographs including Quick Laboratory in Medical Museum before move to the Molteno in 1921; ‘Chemical Room' 1930s; with equipment; in laboratory ‘office’ 1960s. Seven photographs, with M. Dixon, E.F. Hartree, E.C. Slater, J. Parizek, and on an expedition from Molteno early 1920s. Receiving honorary degree, Utrecht, 1956. FAMILY AND PERSONAL E.I5 Student days in Paris, 1907-13 Five postcards of groups, some including Marie (Mania) and Niusha Keilin. Photograph of Anna, David and Niusha Keilin, 1913 E.16 Family and friends. Keilin's parents; sisters Dunia, Marie 1915, 1964; group in Warsaw 1936 (Motia, Dunia, Niusha and others); Picado (Paris ¢.1912). lvanoff and E.17 Keilin. Photocopies of early photograph in school uniform, c.1897, and in Paris, ¢.1912; Cambridge 1919; at home (three photographs 1950s). E.18 Three photographs ofKeilin at home with Anna, Joan, Ann Bishop. D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS ADLER, Saul ADRIAN, Edgar Douglas, Ist Baron AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH COUNCIL APPLETON, Sir Edward (Victor) ARNON, Daniel Israel BABBAGE, Dennis BACH, Stephen J. BACON, John Stanley Durrant BARCROFT, Sir Henry BARCROFT, Sir Joseph BARTLETT, Sir Frederic (Charles) BENNETT, Roger F. BERNFELD, Marcel BIDDER, Anna BISHOP, Ann BLASCHKO, Hermann Carl! Felix (Hugh) BOREI, Hans G. BOYDEN, Alan BRIGGS, G. EE. BURNET, Jock BUXTON, Patrick Alfred CARRODUS, S. M. CAULLERY, Maurice CHADWICK, Nora, Lady CHIBNALL, Albert Charles CHRISTOPHERS, Sir (Samuel) Rickard COLE, Leslie B. CONANT, James Bryant CRIPPS, Mary A.20 D.1 D.2 D.8 A.20 A.21 A.21, C.27 A.2] D.3 See D.4 A.2] A. 21 A.2] A.2] A.21, A.29 A.22 A.22 B.23 A.22 A.22 D.5 A.23 A.13, A.17 A.23 A.23, C.28 A.23 See also D.5 A.23 D.6 A.23 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 Index of correspondents DALE, Sir Henry Hallett DALEQ, A. M. de HAAS, Elizabeth DEPARTMENT OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH DIRAC, Paul Adrien Maurice DIXON, Kendal DIXON, Malcolm DOBELL, Clifford DOBELL, Monica DOBRZANSKI, Janina (née Pariska) DONNAN, Frederick George DRURY, Sir Alan (Nigel) EDWARDS, J. W. ENTIN, Dunia (ne Keilin) ENTIN, Mordecai (Motek) FELDBERG, Wilhelm Siegmund FILITZ, Julia FLEMING, Sir Alexander FLETCHER, Sir Walter Morley FLORKIN, Marcel FOX, Harold Munro FRYER, Sir John Claud Fortescue FREETH, H. Andrew A.24, D.7 A.24 A.24 D.8 D.9 A.24 A.24 See D.10 D.10 A.24 D.27 A.24 A.14 A.81 A.81 A.25 A.25, A.87 D.28 B.17 A.25 A.25 See D.28 Pn 25 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 index of correspondents GALE, Arthur James Victor GEORGE, Philip GRANICK, Sam GRAY, Sir James GRAY, Norah, Lady GREEN, Frederick Charles GRIEVE, Gavin M. Macfarlane HARRIS, Leslie J. HARTREE, Edward F. HAVRE, Edzia (née Keilin) HAVRE, Horace HEYMAN, Genia HILL, Archibald Vivian HILL, Priscilla HILL, Robert (Robin) HINDLE, Edward HOARE, Cecil Arthur HOLIDAY, E.R. HOLMBERG, Carl Gottfried HOLTON, Francis A. HORNE, Frank Robert HUMPHREY, George IVANOFF, Margaret IVANOFF, Serge JANXIS-HENKEMANS, W. L. JEVONS, Frederic Raphael C.3, €.32 A.26 A.26, C.28 B.19, D.28 A.26 A.26 A.26 A.27 C.26 A.27, A.82 A.27, A.82 A.27 A.27, D.28 A.27 A.27 A.15, A.27, D.11 A.27 D.12 A.27 A.27 A.27 A.27 A.28, A.87 A.87 A.28 C.28 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 KAPITZA, Piotr Leonidovitch (Peter) Index of correspondents KEILIN, Anna KEILIN, Genia KEILIN, Joan (later Whiteley) KEILIN, Marie (Mania) KEILIN, Motia KEILIN, Parka KENDREW, Sir John (Cowdery) KING, Tsoo E. KNOX-SHAW,T. KODICEK, Egon KOPEC KREBS, Sir Hans (Adolf) LADBOROUGH, Richard W. LAIDLAW, Sir Patrick Playfair LAMBERT, Robert A. LEGGE, Jack LEMBERG, Rudolf LEONE, Enzo LEWY, Casimir LICHTENTHAELER, Charles LIEBECQ, Claude LINDNER, Fritz LINDNER, Hans LIPMANN, Fritz Albert LWOFF, André 32 See D.14 A.41-A.55 A.84 A.56-A.80, C.25, C.26 A.28, A.83 See also A.3 A. 84 A.85 A.28 A.28 A.28 A.28 A.87 A.28, D.28 See also A.58 A.29 D.15 B.17 C.28 A.29 A.29 A.29 D.16 A.29 A.29 A.29 D.28 A.29 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 33 Index of correspondents MANN, Thaddeus Robert Rudolph MARGOLIASH, Emanuel MARKHAM, Roy A.30 A.30 A.30, D.29 MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL B.16, B.17, B.22, D.17 MELDRUM, Norman U. MELLANBY, Sir Edward MENDEL, Hertha MILLER, H. M. MILLIKAN, Glenn MITELMAN, Irena MOLTENO, MOLTENO, lan MORSHEAD, Sir Owen (Frederick) MORTON, Robert Kerford MOZOLOWSKI, W. MUNRO, James W. NEEDHAM, Joseph NEUBERGER, Albert NOWINSKI, Winton W. D.18 See also B.12 B.22, D.19 A.31 B.17 D.27 A.31 See B.26 B.20 A.31 A.3l A.3]1 A.31 A.17, A.32 A.32 A.32 NUTTALL, George Henry Falkiner A.13, B.15, B.16, D.28 PANSKI, Richard PANTIN, Carl Frederick Abel PAVLOVSKI, PERUTZ, Max Ferdinand PETERS, Sir Rudolph (Albert) PHILPOT, Flora J. POMERAT, Gerard R. POPE, Sir William Jackson PUGH, Leslie A.33 A.33 A.87 A.33, C.28 A.33 D.27 A.33, B.21 See D.20 A.33 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 QUASTEL, Juda Hirsch A.33, D.21 Index of correspondents RAMSEY, Arthur Stanley RAMSEY, Lucy RAPKINE, Sarah RICHARDS, Ivor Armstrong RIGAL, Franz Heinrich RIGAL, Marguerite RILEY, James F. ROBERTSON, Muriel ROCHE, Jean D.28 A.34 A. 34 A.34 A.34 A.34 C.28 A.34 A.34 ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION B.17, B.21 ROSENBERG, Jean ROTHSCHILD, Nathaniel Meyer Victor, Baron SALISBURY, Sir Edward (James) SAMUELS, Barbara SAUNDERS, J. T. SCOTT, Hugh SCUTT, Philip SHERRINGTON, Sir Charles Scott A.34 A.34 A.35 A.35 B.24, B.26 A.14 A.35 D.22 SLATER, Edward Charles (Bill) A.35, C.27 SPINRAD, Leonard STEFANSKI, Witold STERN, Kurt G. STRAUB, F. Bruno SUMNER, Charles P. SZENT-GYORGYI, Albert A.36 A.36 D.23 A.36 B.15 D.24 See also B.11 D. Keilin (Supplement) CSAC 118/9/86 Index of correspondents TAMIYA, Hiroshi TAYLOR, E. L. THOMPSON, W. R. THOMSON, Sir (Arthur) Landsborough THOMSON, J. A. Kerr THORSON, Gunnar THURSTON, June TISSIERES, Alfred TOPLEY, William Whiteman Carlton TSOU, C. L. TURNER, Francis VERNE, J. VIRTANEN, Artturi Imari VOGT, Marthe Louise WANG, YY. L. WARBURG, Otto Heinrich WARBURTON, Cecil WHITELEY, Joan see KEILIN WHITTLE, C. #H. WIGGLESWORTH, Sir Vincent (Brian) WILLINK, Sir Henry Urmston WORK, ThomasS. WOOLDRIDGE, H. A.37 A.37 A.37 B.15 D.18 D.25 A.37 A.37 D.2 A.38 A.37 A.10 D.26 A.38 A.38 D.27 B.28 See also E.11 A.38 A.38, D.28 A.38 A.38 D.8