William C. Rose Papers, 1923-62, 1966 | University of Illinois Archives
University of Pennsylvania
University of Texas
World War I - Scientific Research and Development
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Papers of William Cumming Rose (1887- ), professor of chemistry (1922-55), including correspondence with biochemists concerning committee service, faculty recruitment, recommendations, honors and awards, the second International Congress of Biochemistry (1952), papers for professional meetings, lectures, publications and visits; photographs of biochemists; university committee reports on food research (1944), krebiozen (1951-52) and honorary degrees (1952-54); list of doctorates supervised (1958); publications list (1910-59); manuscripts of published articles on amino acids, threonine, Lafayette B. Mendel and the physiology of amino acid metabolism, and reprints of articles from scientific, technical and popular journals relating to nutritional and growth requirements and the synthesis of amino acids in proteins.
The series includes tape-recorded recollections of youth, Davidson, Yale, Pennsylvania, Texas, Illinois, biochemistry, seminars and students, amino acid research, work on pepsin and creatine, honors and awards, World Wars I and II, research support, John R. Young, students, presidents and textbooks.