Papers, 1946-1993.

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Bursztyn-Pettegrew, Hela, b. 1929. Papers, 1946-1993.

Papers, 1946-1993.

This collection contains a curriculum vitae, certificates, correspondence, publications, newspaper articles, an autobiography, and photographs. These papers document the extent and variety of Bursztyn-Pettegrew's career and include her education certificates, reprint copies of her publications, and letters of reference from the institutions where she has been employed. The remainder of the collection details her family background and includes an autobiography written by her mother, Chaja Bursztyn, that discusses the family's emigration from Poland to Colombia and work in Palestine/Israel; articles concerning Hela's sister, sculptor Feliza Bursztyn; and photographs of Chaja and Jacob Bursztyn, Feliza Bursztyn, and Hela and John Bursztyn-Pettegrew.

.21 linear ft. (1 document box)

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Bursztyn family.

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Bursztyn, Chaja.

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Bacteriologist. Hela Bursztyn-Pettegrew was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1929 and became a citizen of Colombia in 1936. She received her Degree (1950) in Bacteriology from the Javeriana University in Bogota, Colombia. Her thesis was "Inoculation of Rabies Virus in Chick Embryo and Its Utilization as Immunity Power" and she completed post-graduate work (1955-1956)in Immunology and Biochemistry at Michigan State University. Bursztyn-Pettegrew was employed at Syntex Research i...

Bursztyn, Feliza

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Archives of Women in Science and Engineering (Iowa State University)

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The Archives of Women in Science and Engineering (Iowa State University Library) sponsors oral history interviews with women scientists and engineers in a wide variety of fields. The interviews document the career and experiences of these women in order to illustrate the critical role they played. From the description of Oral history interviews, 1997-[ongoing] (Iowa State University). WorldCat record id: 58387605 ...