Jack Schultz papers, 1920-1971 1920-1971

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Jack Schultz papers, 1920-1971, 1920-1971

Jack Schultz papers, 1920-1971 1920-1971

This collection includes correspondence (18.5 boxes), manuscripts (lectures and articles), research grant material, research data, and some personal notes from his graduate school days. There is significant material relating to his participation in professional organizations such as the American Society of Naturalists (President, 1968), Genetics Society of America (President, 1963), National Research Council, and the National Science Foundation.

27.5 Linear feet, Ca. 25,000 items

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