William Zev Hassid papers, 1915-1974.

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Hassid, William Zev, 1897-1974. William Zev Hassid papers, 1915-1974.

William Zev Hassid papers, 1915-1974.

Letters written to Hassid and copies of letters by him; manuscripts of speeches and papers; and reprints of articles documenting his career as a professor in the College of Agriculture and the Department of Biochemistry at the University of California, Berkeley and his research on carbohydrate chemistry.

5 boxes and 2 oversize folders (2.25 linear ft.).

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