Papers, [ca. 1929]-1956.


Papers, [ca. 1929]-1956.

The collection consists of correspondence, lab notebooks, documents, photographs, reprints. Most of the correspondence is post-1940, when Neuberg arrived in New York and made contact with American chemical manufacturers and industries involved in fermentation. A notable exception is the correspondence with Kurt Jacobsohn in Portugal, 1929-1956. There are many contacts with Japanese scientists, and significant involvement documented about the American Society of European Chemists, later the Carl Neuberg Society for International Scientific Relations. Scholars interested in the mechanics or politics of government grants will find of interest the American Cancer Society, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, and the U.S. Public Health Service files. Contact with fellow Europeans, both those still in Europe and those who, like Neuberg, came to the U.S., remained important to him and can be seen in the correspondence.

ca. 10,000 items (12 linear ft.).




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