Robert B. Livingston Papers, 1935 - 1990

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Robert B. Livingston Papers, 1935 - 1990

Robert B. Livingston Papers, 1935 - 1990

Papers of Robert B. Livingston, professor of neuroscience and medical administrator. The collection includes early correspondence (1947-1952), writings, talks and lectures, project materials, and UCSD teaching materials. Also included are papers of Livingston's mentor John F. Fulton. The papers are arranged in seven series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) SUBJECT FILES, 3) WRITINGS, 4) LECTURES AND TALKS, 5) PROJECTS, 6) TEACHING MATERIALS, and 7) JOHN F. FULTON MATERIALS.

12.00 linear feet; (30 archives boxes)

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