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    Excellent Collection of 218 Nobel Lectures & Related Offprints by 80 Nobel Prize Laureates, 175 Signed

    [Nobel Prize in Science]. Excellent Collection of 218 Nobel Lectures & Related Offprints by 80 Nobel Prize Laureates, 175 Signed. Collection includes 63 Nobel Lectures, 58 signed; 121 Offprints, 84 signed; 32 typescript letters, 31 signed; and two signed photographs. Housed in six portfolios.

    Includes Linus Pauling and Harold C. Urey, among many others. The following is just a sampling of the overall collection: Langmuir, Irving (Chemistry). Photograph Signed. Urey, Harold C. (Chemistry). Some Thermodynamic Properties of Hydrogen and Deuterium. Stockholm 1935. (Noble Lecture, February 16, 1935, pp.1-16). Signed. Szent-Györgyi, Albert (Medicine & Physiology). Typescript Letter Signed. December 14, 1962. Typescript Letter Signed. March 28, 1966. Kuhn, Richard (Chemistry). Der Nobelpreis des Jahres 1938 für Chemie, wurde am 9. November 1939. (Copy). Signed. Typescript Letter Signed. February 19, 1959, and its English translation. Heymans, C. (Medicine & Physiology). Sur le Role des Presso- et des Chimio-Récepteurs. Stockholm 1946. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1945, pp; 142-158). Signed. Baroceptor and Chemoceptor Reflexes in Monkeys. (Offprint. 3pp. Reprinted from Circulation Research, Vol. VI, No.5, September, 1958). Typescript Letter Signed. February 11, 1959. Fermi, Enrico (Physics). Artificial Radioactivity produced by Neutron Bombardment. Stockholm 1939. (Nobel Lecture, December 12. 1938, 8 pp.). Hevesy, G. (Chemistry). Historical Notes on the Discovery of Hafnium. (Offprint. 543-548 pp. Reprinted from "Archiv för Kemi", Bd. 3, Nr. 58, June 6, 1951). Signed. On the New Element Hafnium. (Offprint. 3pp. Reprinted from Nature, February 24, 1923) Signed. Stern, Otto (Physics). The Method of Molecular Rays. Stockholm 1948. (Nobel Lecrure, December 12, 1946, pp.123-130.) Signed. Über die magnetische Ablenkung von Wasserstoffmolekülen und das magnetische Moment des Protons. I. (Offprint. 16pp. Reprinted from Zeitschrift für Physik, Band 85, lund 2 Heft, 1933). Signed. Hahn, Otto (Chemistry). Von den Natürlichen Umwandlungen des Urans zu seiner Künstlichen Zerspaltung. Stockholm 1948. (Noble Lecture, December 13,1946, pp.167-183). Signed. Florey, Howard (Medicine & Physiology). Nobel Lecture on Penicillin. Stockholm 1947. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1945, pp. 165-175). Signed. General and Local Administration of Penicillin, By M. E. Florey and H.W. Florey. (Offprint. 30pp. Reprinted from The Lancett, March 27, 1943, p. 387). Signed. Penicillin. (Offprint. 35pp. Reprinted from Experientia, Vol. II/5, 1946). Signed. Pauling, Linus (Chemistry). Modem Structural Chemistry. Stockholm 1955. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1954, pp.91-99). Signed. The Crystal Structure of Molybdenite. By Rosoe G. Dickinson and Linus Pauling. (Offprint: 6pp. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. XLV, No.6. June, 1923, pp.1467-1471). Signed. A Molecular Theory of General Anesthesia. (Offprint. 7pp. Reprinted ·from Science, July 7, 1961, Vol. 134. No. 3471, pages 15-21). Signed. Observations on Aging and Death. (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from Engineering and Science Magazine, May 1960). Signed. The Configuration of Polypeptide Chanis in Proteins. (Offprint. Reprinted from Fall Issue, 1951 of the Record of Chemical Progress, pp.155-162). Signed. Typescript Letter Signed. April 15, 1943.

    A complete listing of the collection is available at HA.com/6100-104001.


    More Information:

    Collection of Nobel Lectures & Related Offprints by

    80 Nobel Prize Laureates

    1932-1962

    218 items (175 signed)

    Collected by Dr. Myron Printzmetal

    63 Nobel lectures (58 signed); 121 Offprints and others (84 signed);

    32 Typescript letters (31 signed); 2 Signed Photographs

    Langmuir, lrvung

    Urey, Harold C.

    Szent-Györgyi, Albert

    Kuhn, Richard

    Heymans, C.

    Fermi, Enrico

    Butenandt, A.

    Dornagk,Gerhard

    Hevesy, G.

    Dam, Henrik

    Doisy, Edward A.

    Stern, Otto

    Hahn, Otto

    Gasser, Herbert S.

    Virtanen, Artturi I.

    Florey, Howard

    Stanley, W. M.

    Sumner, James Batcheller

    Northrop, John H.

    Bridgman, P. W.

    Robinson, Robert

    Houssay, Bernardo A.

    Cori, Carl F. and Gerty F.Cori Appleton, Edward V.

    Müller, Paul

    Blackett, Patrick

    Giauque, W. F.

    Hess, W. R.

    Kendall, Edward C.

    Reichstein, T.

    Mcmillan, Edwin M.

    Seaborg, Glenn T.

    Theiler, Max

    Walton, Ernest T.

    Synge, Richard L. M.

    Martin, A. J.P.

    Waksman, Selman A.

    Pucell, E. M.

    Bloch, Felix

    Staudinger, Hennann

    Krebs, H. A.

    Lipmann, Fritz

    Pauling, Linus

    Endes (John F.), Robbins (Frederick C.)

    and Weller (Thomas H.)

    Born, Max

    Vigneaud, Vincent du.

    Theorell, Hugh

    Kush, P.

    Lamb, Willis E.

    Semenov, N. N.

    Hishelwood,Cyril

    Forssmann, Werner

    Coumand, AndreF.

    Richards, Dickinson W.

    Shockley, William

    Brattain, Walter

    Todd, Sir Alexander

    Bovet, Daniel

    Lee,T.D.

    Sanger, F.

    Beadle, G. W. and E. L. Tatum

    Heyrovsky, J.

    Ochoa, Severo

    Kornberg, Arthur

    Chamberlain, Owen

    Segre Emilio

    Libby,_ W.F.

    Bumet, F.M.

    Medawar, Brian

    Calvin, Melvin

    késy, Georg. V.

    Mössbauer, Rudolf

    Hofstadter, R.

    Kendrew, John C.

    Wilkins , M. H. F.

    Watson, J. D.

    1932

    Langmuir, Irving (Chemistry)

    1. Photograph Signed.

    1934

    Urey, Harold C. (Chemistry)

    2. Some Thermodynamic Properties of Hydrogen and Deuterium. Stockholm 1935. (Noble Lecture, February 16, 1935, pp.1-16). Signed.

    1937

    Szent-Györgyi, Albert (Medicine & Physiology)

    3. Typescript Letter Signed. December 14, 1962.

    4. Typescript Letter Signed. March 28, 1966.

    1938

    Kuhn, Richard (Chemistry)

    5. Der Nobelpreis des Jahres 1938 für Chemie, wurde am 9. November 1939. (Copy). Signed.

    6. Typescript Letter Signed. February 19, 1959, and its English translation.

    Heymans, C. (Medicine & Physiology)

    7. Sur le Role des Presso- et des Chimio-Récepteurs. Stockholm 1946. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1945, pp; 142-158). Signed.

    8. New Studies on Aerosols V. Antagonistic effects of a sympathomimetic aerosol on the spontaneous collapse of guinea-pigs' excised lungs. By L.Dautrebande, A.L.Delaunois and C. Heymans. (Offprint. 9pp. Reprinted from Archives Internationales de Pharmacodynamie et de Thérapie. pp.209-217).

    9. Succinylcholine and Blood Pressure Homeostasis. (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from Archives Internationales .de Pharmacodynamie et de Thérapie. pp.122-125).

    10. Baroceptor and Chemoceptor Reflexes in Monkeys. (Offprint. 3pp. Reprinted from Circulation Research, Vol. VI, No.5, September, 1958).

    11. Blood-pressure Homœostasis and Hypertension. (Offprint Pp.66-72. Reprinted from "CIBA SYMPOSIUM", vol. 5, No.3, August 1957).

    12. Nervous Control of Peripheral Circulation. (Offprint. 13 pp. Abstracts of IIIrd World Congress of Cardiology, Bruges, 1958).

    13. Typescript Letter Signed. February 11, 1959.

    Fermi, Enrico (Physics)

    14. Artificial Radioactivity produced by Neutron Bombardment. Stockholm 1939. (Nobel Lecture, December 12. 1938, 8 pp.)

    1939

    Butenandt, A. (Chemistry)

    15. Über die Biochemie der Sexualhormone. (Offprint. 219-224 pp. From "Der Biologie", I Jahrg. 1931/32, Heft X).

    Domagk, G. (Medicine & Physiology)

    16. Die Weitere Entwicklung der Chemotherapie Bakterieller Infektionen. Stockholm 1949. (Nobel Lecture, December 12. 1947, 137-172. pp.). Signed.

    17. Vortrag zur Verleihung des Paul-Ehrlich-Preises am 17.September 1956. (Offprint. 15-28 pp. From "Arbeiten aus dem Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, dem Georg-Speyer-Haus und dem Ferdinand-Blum-Institut zu Frankfurt aM.", Heft 54, 1957).

    18. Entwicklung der Chemotherapie in den letzten 25 Jahren und Ausblick in die Zukunft. (Offprint. 22 pp. Reprinted from "Mü nchener Medizinische Wochenschrift", 100. Jahrgang, 1958, Nr. 1).

    19. Der heutige Stand der Chemographie der Tuberkulose. (Offprint. 4 pp. Reprinted from "Der Landarzt", H. 34, December 10, 1958).

    20. Heutiger Stand der Chemotherapie der Tuberkulose. (Offprint. 6 pp. Reprinted from "Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift", No. 1, 1959).

    1943

    Hevesy, G. (Chemistry)

    21. Historical Notes on the Discovery of Hafnium. (Offprint. 543-548 pp. Reprinted from "Archiv för Kemi", Bd. 3, Nr. 58, June 6, 1951). Signed.

    22. On the New Element Hafnium. (Offprint. 3pp. Reprinted from Nature, February 24, 1923) Signed.

    23. The Discovery of Hafnium. (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from Current Science, Vol. V, No.5 pp. 236-240). Signed.

    24. The Atomic Weights of Zirconium and Hafnium. (Offprint. 2pp. Reprinted from Nature, March 7, 1925). Signed.

    Dam, Henrik (Medicine & Physiology)

    25. The Discovery of Vitamin K. Stockholm 1948. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1946). Signed.

    Doisy, Edward A. (Medicine & Physiology)

    26. Vitamin K. By Edward A. Doisy, S . B. Binkley, and Sidney A. Thayer. (Offprint. 41pp. Reprinted from Chemical Reveiws. Vol. 28, No. 3, June, 1941)

    27. Vitamin K Potencies of Synthetic Compounds. (Offprint. 1p. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Chemical Society, 61,.2563, 1939). ··

    28. Vitamin K Activity of Some Quinones. (Offprint. 1p. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Chemical Society, 61, 1932, 1939).

    Stern, Otto (Physics)

    29. The Method of Molecular Rays. Stockholm 1948. (Nobel Lecrure, December 12, 1946, pp.123-130.) Signed. ·

    30. Über die magnetische Ablenkung von Wasserstoffmolekülen und das magnetische Moment des Protons. I. (Offprint. 16pp. Reprinted from Zeitschrift für Physik, Band 85, lund 2 Heft, 1933). Signed.

    1944

    Hahn, Otto (Chemistry)

    31. Von den Natürlichen Umwandlungen des Urans zu seiner Künstlichen Zerspaltung. Stockholm 1948. (Noble Lecture, December 13,1946, pp.167-183). Signed.

    32. Künstliche Atomumwandlungen und die Spaltung schwerer Kerne. (Offprint. 10pp. Reprinted from Strahlentherapie, 75. Band 1944, pp.16-27). Signed.

    Gasser, Herbert S. (Medicine·& Physiology)

    33. Mammalian Nerve Fibers. Stockholm 1946. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1945, pp. 128-141). Signed.

    34. Pain-Producing Impulses in Peripheral Nerves. (Offprint. 19pp. Rprinted from The Research Publications of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 23, pp. 44-62, 1943). Signed.

    35. A Study of the Action Currents of Nerve with the Cathode Ray Oscillograph . By H. S. Gasser and Joseph Erlanger. (Offprint. 29pp. Reprinted from the American Journal of Physiology. Vol. 62, No.3, November 1922). Signed.

    36. The Classification of Nerve Fibers. (Offprint. 15pp. Reprinted from The Ohio Journal of Science. Vol. 66, No. 3, May 1941). Signed.

    37. Olfactory Nerve Fibers. (Offprint. 24pp. Reprinted .from The Journal of General Physiology, March 20, 1956, Vol. 39, No.4, pp. 473-496). Signed.

    38. Properties of Dorsal Root Unmedullated Fibers on the Two Sides of the Ganglion. (Offprint. 20pp. Reprinted from The Journal of General Physiology, May 20, 1955, Vol. 38, No. 5, pp.709-728). Signed.

    39. The Action Potential in Fibers of Slow Conduction in Spinal Roots and Somatic Nerves. By Joseph Erlanger and H. S.Gasser. (Offprint . 60pp. Reprinted from the American Journal of Physiology, Vol. 92, No. 1, February, 1930). Signed.

    40. Typescript Letter. February 10, 1959.

    1945

    Virtanen, Artturi I. (Chemistry)

    41. Den biologiska kvävebinbdningen och foderkonserveringen i lantbruket samt deras betydelse för människans näring. Stockholm 1947. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1945, pp.129 154). Signed.

    Florey, Howard (Medicine & Physiology)

    42. Nobel Lecture on Penicillin. Stockholm 1947. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1945, pp. 165-175). Signed.

    43. General and Local Administration of Penicillin, By M. E. Florey and H.W. Florey. (Offprint. 30pp. Reprinted from The Lancett, March 27, 1943, p. 387). Signed.

    44. Penicillin. (Offprint. 35pp. Reprinted fro Experientia, Vol. II/5, 1946). Signed.

    45. The Use of Micro-Organisms for Therapeutic Purposes. (Offprint. 20pp. Reprinted from the British Medical Journal, November 10, 1945, Vol 2, p. 635). Signed.

    1946

    Stanley, W.M. (Chemistry)

    46. The Isolation and Properties of Crystalline Tobacco-Mosaic Virus. Stockholm 1949. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1946, pp196-215). Signed.

    47. Isolation of a Crystalline Protein Possessing the Properties of Tobacco-Mosaic Virus. (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from Science, June 28, 1935, Vol. 81, No. 2113, pages 644- 645). Signed.

    48. Typescript Letter Signed. December 26, 1962.

    Sumnner, James Batcheller (Chemistry)

    49. The Chemical Nature of Enzymes. (Noble Laureate Lecture. 6pp.)

    50. Autobiographical Sketch. November 1946, Ithaca, New York. 5 pp.

    51. The Story of Urease. Medical College, Con:iell University, Ithaca, New York . 9pp.

    Northrop, John H. (Chemistry)

    52. The Preparation of Pure Enzymes and Virus Proteins. Stockholm 1948. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1946, pp.193-203). Signed.

    Bridgman, P . W. (Physics)

    53. General Survey of Certain Results in the Field of High Pressure Physics. Stockholm 1948. (Nobel Lecture, Decem ber 11, 1946, pp. 149-166). Signed.

    54. The Compression of Twenty-One Halogen Compounds and Eleven Other Simple Substances to 100,000 kg/cm2. The Compression of Sixty-One Solid Substances to 25,000 kg/cm2, Determined by a New Rapid Method. (Offprint, 24pp. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences,.Vol. 76, No. 1. P. 1-24 - February, 1945).

    1947

    Robinson, Robert (Chemistry)

    55. Some Polycyclic Natural Products. Stockholm 1949. (Nobel Lecture. December 12, 1947. pp.108-128). With the author's compliments.

    Houssay, Bernardo A. (Medicine & Physiology)

    56. The Role of the Hypophysis in Carbohydrate Metabolism and in Diabetes. Stockholm 1949. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1947, pp.129-136). Signed.

    57. History of Hypophysial Diabetes. (Offprint. 10pp. Reprinted from Essays in Biology, 1943). Signed.

    58. The Hypophysis, Carbohydrate Metabolism and Diabetes. By B.A. Houssay and A. Biasotti. (Offprint. 13pp. Reprinted from Endocrinology, Vol. 15, No.6, November December 1931, pp.511-523). Signed.

    59. La Diabetts Floridcinica de Los Perros Hirofisoprivos. (Offprint. 14pp. Reprinted from Revista de la Sociedad Argentina de Biologia, Vol. VI, No.5/6, August and September- 1930, pp.326-339). Signed.

    60. Role de l'hypophyse dans le metabolisme des hydrates de Carbone et le diabète. (Offprint. 5pp. Reprinted from La Semaine des Hopitaux de Paris, 28 année, no. 57- 58, pp.2-6, August 1952). Signed.

    61. La Diabetes Pancreatica de Los Perros Hipofisoprivos. (Offprint. 46pp. Reprinted from Revista de la Sociedad Argentina de Biologia Vol. VI, No.4, July 1930, pp.251-296). Signed.

    62. Le Diabète Pancréatique des Chiens Hypophysectornisés. (Offprint. 3pp. Reprinted from Cornpies renaus des séances de la Société de Biologie, Tome CV, page 121, 1930). Signed.

    63. Advancement of Knowledge of the Role of the Hypophysis in Carbohydrate Metabolism during the Last Twenty-Five Years. (Offprint. 14pp. Reprinted from Endocrinology, Vol. 30, No.6, June 1942, pp. 884-897). Signed.

    64. Hypophysectomie et Diabète Pancréatique Chez le Crapaud. By B.-A. Houssay et A. Biasotti. (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from Compies renaus des séances de la Société de Biologie, Tome CIV, page 407; 1930). Signed.

    65. Pankreasdiabetes und Hypophyse beim Hund. By B.A. Houssay und A. Biasotti. (Offprint. 21pp. Reprinted from Pflügers Archiv für die gesarnte Physiologie des Menschen und der Tiere. 227. Band. 5. Heft pp.664-684, 1931). Signed.

    66. Hypophysektomie und Pankreasdiabetes bei der Kröte. By. B.A. Houssay and A. Biasotti. (Offprint. 12pp. Reprinted from Pflügers Archiv für die gesamte Physiologie des Menschen und der Tiere. 227. Bad. 3. Heft, pp.239-250, 1931). Signed.

    67. Hipofisectomia y Diabetes Pancreatica en el Sapo. By B.A.Houssay y A. Biasotti. (Offprint. 17pp. Reprinted from Revista de la Sociedad Argentina de Biologia. Vol. VI, No. 1, pp.8-24, 1930). Signed.

    68. .

    Typescript Letter Signed. February 21, 1959.

    69. Typescript Letter Signed. June 17, 1952

    Cori, Carl F. and Gerty F. Cori (Medicine & Physiology)

    70. Polysaccharide Phosphorylase. Stockholm 1949. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1947, pp.216-235). Signed.

    Appleton, Edward V. (Physics)

    71. The Ionosphere. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1947, pp.101-107) With author's complements.

    1948

    Müller, Paul (Medicine & Physiology)

    72. Dichlordiphenyltrichloräthan und Neuere Insektizide. Stockholm 1949. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1948). Signed.

    73. Twin Needs of Science. (Offprint. lp. Reprinted from the Journal of Heredity, Vol. 38, No. September, 1947). Signed.

    74. The Production of Mutations . (Offprint. 12pp. Reprinted from the Journal of Heredity, Vol. 38, No.9, September, 1947). Signed.

    75. Über Konstitution und toxische Wirkung von natürlichen und neuen synthetischen insektentötenden Stoffen. (Offprint. 39pp. Reprinted from Helvetica Chimica Acta, Vol. XXVII, pp.892-928). Signed.

    76. Über Zusammenhange zwischen Konstitution und insektizider Wirkung I. (Offprint . Helvetica Chimica Acta, Vol. 29, Fasciculus VI, 1946, pp.1560-1580). Signed.

    77. Berichtigung zur Arbeit von P. Läuger, H. Martin und P. Müller " Über die Konstitution und toxische Wirkung von natürlichen und neuen synthetischen insektentötenden Stoffen". By Albert Mylius und Hartmann Koechlin. (Offprint. Helvetica Chimica Acta, Vol . 29, Fasciculus II, 1949, pp.405-411).

    78. Typescript Letter Signed February 20, 1959.

    Blackett, Patrick (Physics)

    79. Cloud Chamber Researches in Nuclear Physics and Cosmic Radiation. Stockholm 1949. (Nobel Lecture, December 13, 1948, pp.81-101). Signed.

    1949

    Giauque, W. F. (Chemistry)

    80. Some Consequences of Low Temperature Research in Chemical Thermodynamics. Stockholm 1950. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1949, pp.91-114). Signed.

    Hess, W. R. (Medicine & Physiology)

    81. Die Zentrale Regulation der Tätigkeit innerer Organe. Stockholm 1950. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1949, pp.115-123). Signed.

    82. Symposion über das ·Zwischenhirn mit einleitenden Referaten und Demonstrationen. (Offprint. Helvetica Physiologica et Pharrnacologica Acta, Supplernenturn VI, 1950,·80pp.). Signed.

    83. Vegetative Funktionen und Zwischenhirn. (Offprint. Helvetica Physiologica et Pharmacologica Acta, Supplementum IV, 1947, 65pp +23pp). Signed.

    1950

    Kendall, Edward C. (Medicine & Physiology)

    84. The Development of Cortisone as a Therapeutic Agent. Stockholm 1951. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1950, pp.224-242). Signed.

    85. Effects of Cortisone Acetate and Pituitary ACTH on Rheumatoid Arthritis, Rheumatic Fever and Certain Other Conditions. By Philip S. Hench, Esward C.Kendall, Charles H. Slocumb, and Howard F. Polley. (Offprint. 122pp. Reprinted from the Archives of Internal Medicine, April 1950, Vol. 85, pp. 545-666). Signed.

    86. Typescript Letter Signed. April 29, 1959.

    Reichstein, T. (Medicine & Physiology)

    87. Chemie der Nebennieren-Rinden-Hormone. Stockholm 1951. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1950. pp.243-258). Signed.

    88. Chemie der Nebennieren-Rinden-Hormone. (Offprint 12pp. Reprinted from Bulletin der Schweizerischen Akademie der Medizinischen Wissenschaften. Vol. 7, Fasc.5/6,. pp.359-3..70, 1951).

    89. Die Wichtigsten Hormone der Nebennierenrinde. (Offprint. 10pp. Reprinted from Acta Endocrinologica, Vo. 17, pp.375-384, 1954).

    90. Die Chemie der Nebennieren-Rinden Hormone (Auszug). 3pp.

    91. Typescript Letter Signed. April 13, 1959.

    1951

    McMillan, Edwin M. (Chemistry)

    92. The Transuranium Elements Early History. Stockholm 1952. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1951, pp.165-173). Signed.

    93. Radioactive Recoils from Uranium Activated by Neutrons . (Offprint. 1p. Reprinted from the Physical Review, Vol. 55, No. 5, 510, March 1, 1939). Signed.

    94. Radioactive Element 93. (Offprint. Ip. Reprinted from the Physical Review, Vol. 57, No. 12, 1185-1186, June 15, 1940). Signed.

    Seaborg, Glenn T. (Chemistry)

    95. The Transuranium Elements Present Status. Stockholm 1952. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1951. pp.141-1640. Signed.

    96. The New Element Americium (Atomic Number 95). By G.T.Seaborg, R.A. James, and L.O. Morgan. pp.1525-1568. Signed.

    97. Typescript Letter Signed. March 23, 1959.

    Theiler, Max (Medicine & Physiology)

    98. The Development of Vaccines Against Yellow Fever. Stockholm 1952. (Noble Lecture, December 11, 1951, pp. 174182). Signed.

    99. Typescript proof of lecture. Signed. 3pp. (copy)

    Walton, Ernest T. (Physics)

    100. The Artificial Production of Past Particles. Stockholm 1952. (Noble Lecture, December 11, 1951, pp. 119-126). Signed.

    101. The Production of High Speed Electrons by Indirect Means. (Offprint. 13pp. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Vol. XXV. Part 4, pp.469-481). Signed.

    102. Experiments with High Velocity Positive Ions. By J. D. Cockcroft and E.T.S. Walton. (Offprint. 13pp. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, A. Vol. 129, 1930, pp.477-489). Signed.

    103. Experiments with High Velocity Positive Ions. II - The Disintegration of Elements by High Velocity Protons. By J. D. Cockcroft and E.T.S. Walton . (Offprint. 15pp. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, A. Vol. 137, 1932, pp.229-242). Signed.

    104. A Photographic Investigation of the Transmutation of Lithium and Boron by Protons and of Lithium by Ions of the Heavy Isotope of Hydrogen. By P.I. Dee and E.T.S. Walton. (Offprint. 14pp. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, A. Vol. 141, 1933, pp.733-742). Signed.

    105. Typescript Letter Signed. March 26., 1959.

    106. Photograph . Signed.

    1952

    Synge, Richard L. M. (Chemistry)

    107. Applications of Partition Chromatography. Stockholm 1953. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1952, pp.122-135). Signed.

    Martin, A. J. P. (Chemistry)

    108. The Development of Partition Chromatography. Stockholm 1953. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1952).

    Waksman, Selman A. (Medicine & Physiology)

    109. Streptomycin :Background, Isolation, Properties , and Utilization. (Offprint. 14pp. Reprinted from Antibiotics and Chemotherapy, Vol. III, No.4, April 1953, pp.333-346). Signed.

    110. Streptomycin, a Substance Exhibiting Antibiotic Activity Against Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria. By Alben Schatz, Elizabeth Bugie, and Selman A. Waksman . (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine . 1944, 55, 66-69). Signed.

    Purcell, E. M. (Physics)

    111. Research in Nuclear Magnetism. Stockholm 1953. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1953, pp.97-109.). Signed.

    Bloch, Felix. (Physics)

    112. The Principle of Nuclear Induction . Stockholm 1953. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1952, pp.83-96). Signed.

    113. Typescript Letter Signed. March 16, 1959.

    1953

    Staudinger, Hermann (Chemistry)

    114. Die Makromolekulare Chemie. Stockholm 1954. (Nobellecture. December 11, 1953. pp. 115 - 138). Signed.

    115. Über die Entwicklung der makromolekularen Chemie in den Jahren 1920 bis 1926. (Separatdruck aus der Festgabe der GEP, Zürich 1955). Signed.

    116. Über die Entwicklung der makromolekularen Chemie zu einem neuen Zweig der organischen Chemie. (Offprint from Chemiker-Zeitung, 77 (1953), Heft 20. pp.3- 11).

    117. Über die der makromolekulare Chemie. Freiburger Universitätsreden, Neue Folge, Heft 16. 32pp. Signed.

    Krebs, H.A. (Medicine & Physiology)

    118. The Citric Acid Cycle. Stockholm 1954. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1953, pp.139- 150). Signed.

    119. Untersuchungen über die Harnstoffbildung im Tierkörper. By Hans Adolf Krebs and Kurt Henseleit. (Offprint. 34pp. Reprinted from Medizinischen Klinik der Universität Freiburg, June 14, 1932, pp.33-66). Signed.

    120. The role of citric acid in intermediate metabolism in animal tissues. By H.A. Krebs and W. A. Johnson. (Offprint. 9pp. Enzymologia, Vol. IV, 1937, pp.148-156). Signed.

    Lipmann, Fritz (Medicine & Physiology)

    121. Development of the Acetylation Problem, a Personal Account. Stockholm 1954. (Noble Lecture, December 11, 1953. pp.151-177). Signed.

    122. Development of the Acetylation Problem, a Personal Account. (Offprint. 11pp. Reprinted from Science, November 26, 1954, Vol. 120, No. 3126, pages 855-865). Signed.

    123. Biological Sulfate Activation and Transfer. (Offprint. 6pp. Reprinted from Science, September 12, 1958, Vol. 128, No. 3324, pages 577-5.80). Signed.

    124. Coenzyrne A and Biosynthesis . (Offprint. 11pp. Reprinted from American Scientist. Vol. 43, No. l, January 1955). Signed.

    125. Typescript Letter Signed. February 18, 1959.

    1954

    Pauling, Linus (Chemistry)

    126. Modem Structural Chemistry. Stockholm 1955. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1954, pp.91-99). Signed.

    127. The Crystal Structure of Molybdenite. By Rosoe G. Dickinson and Linus Pauling. (Offprint: 6pp. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. XLV, No.6. June, 1923, pp.1467-1471). Signed.

    128. The Crystal Structure of Magnesium Stannide. (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. XLV. No. 12. December, 1923). Signed.

    129. A Molecular Theory of General Anesthesia. (Offprint. 7pp. Reprinted ·from Science, July 7, 1961, Vol. 134. No. 3471, pages 15-21). Signed.

    130. Observations on Aging and Death. (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from Engineering and Science Magazine, May 1960). Signed.

    131. The Structure of Proteins: Two Hydrogen bonded Helical Configurations of the Polypeptied Chain. By Linus Pauling, Robert B. Corey, and H.R. Branson. (Offprint. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 37, No.4, pp. 205-211. April, 1951) (with:) Atomic Coordinates and Structure Factors for Two Helical Configurations of Polypeptide Chains. By Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey. (Offprint. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 37, No. 5, pp.235-285 . May, 1951). Signed.

    132. The Configuration of Polypeptide Chanis in Proteins. (Offprint. Reprinted from Fall Issue, 1951 of the Record of Chemical Progress, pp.155-162). Signed.

    133. Fundamental Dimensions of Polypeptide Chains. By R.B. Corey and L. Pauling. & Stable Configurations of Polypeptied Chains. By L. Pauling and R.B. Corey. (Offprint. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, ·141, 10-33, 1953). Signed.

    134. Abnormal hemoglobin molecules in relation to disease. By Harvey A. Itano and Linus Pauling. (Offprint. Reprinted from Särtyck ur Svensk Kemisk Tidslcrift nr 69, 509, 1957). Signed.

    135. Fifty Years of Physical Chemistry in the California Institute of Technology. (Offprint. 14pp. Reprinted from Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 16, 1965 ).

    136. Orthomolecular Psychiatry. (Offprint. 7pp. Reprinted from Science, 19 April 1968, Volume 160, pp. 265 271).

    137. Presentation of the 1967 Roebling Medal of the Mineralogical Society of America to Linus Pauling. By J.D.H. Donnay. (Offprint. ·10pp. Reprinted from The American Mineralogist, Vol. 53, March-April, 1968, pp.521-530).

    138. Typescript Letter Signed. April 15, 1943.

    139. Typescript Letter Signed. February 10, 1959.

    140. Typescript Letter Signed. December 27, 1962.

    141. Typescript Letter Signed. January'2, 1970.

    142. Typescript Letter Signed. March 2, 1970.

    Enders, John F.; Robbins, Frederick C.; Weller, Thomas H.; (Medicine & Physiology)

    143. The Cultivation of the Poliomyelitis Viruses in Tissue Culture. Stockholm 1955. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1954, pp.100-118). Signed by Frederick C. Robbins.

    144. Another copy signed by John F. Enders.

    145. Another copy signed by Thomas H. Weller

    146. Cultivation of Polimyelitis Virus in Cultures of Human Foreskin and Embryonic Tissues. (Offprint. 3pp. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1949, 72, pp.153-155). Signed by Thomas Weller.

    147. Cultivation of the Lansing Strain of Poliomyelitis Virus in Cultures of Various Human Embryonic Tissues. (Offprint. 2pp. Reprinted from Science, January 28, 1949, Vol. 109, No. 2822, pages 85-87). Signed by Thomas Weller.

    Born, Max (Physics)

    148. Die Statistische Deutung der Quantenmechanic. Stockholm 1955. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1954, pp.79-90). Signed.

    1955

    Vigneaud, Vincent du. (Chemistry)

    149. A Trail of Sulfur Research: From Insulin to Oxytocin. Stockholm 1956. (Noble Lecture, December 12, 1955, pp.112-131). Signed.

    150. The Synthesis of the Tetrapeptide Amide S-Benzyl-cysteiny-proly-L-leucylglycinamide. By Charlotte Ressler and Vincent du Vigneaud. with other three articles. (Offprint. 17pp. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Chemical Soceity, 76, 3107 3110 3113 3115 (1954)). Signed by Vigneaud.

    Theorell, Hugh (Medicine & Physiology)

    151. The Nature and Mode of Action of Oxidation Enzymes. Stockholm 1956. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1955, pp.132-146). Signed.

    Kush, P. (Physics)

    152. The Magnetic Moment of the Electron. Stockholm 1956. (Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1955. pp.100-111). Signed.

    153. On the Intrinsic Moment of the Electron. (Offprint. lp. Reprinted from The Physical Review, Vol. 73, No. 4, 412, February 15, 1948). Signed.

    154. Precision Measurement of the Ratio of the Atomic 'gValues' in the 2P3/2 anp 2Pl/2 States of Gallium. By P. Kush and H. M.Foley. (Offprint. lp. Reprinted from The Physical Reveiw, Vol. 72, No. 12, 1256-1257? December 15, 1947). Signed.

    155. The Magnetic Moment of the Electron. By P. Kush and H. M. Foley. (Offprint. 14pp. Reprinted from The Physical Review, Vol. 74, No . 3, 250-263, August 1, 1948). Signed.

    Lamb, Willis E. (Physics)

    156. Fine Structure of the Hydrogen Atom . Stockholm 1956. (Noble Lecture, December 12, 1955. pp. 89-99). Signed.

    157. Fine Structure of the Hydrogen Atom by a Microwave Method. (Offprint. 3pp. Reprinted from the Physical Review, Vol. 72, No. 3, 241-243, August 1, 1947). Signed.

    1956

    Semenov, N. N . (Chemistry)

    158. Einige Probleme der Kettenreaktionen und der Verbrennungstheorie. Stockholm 1957. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1956, pp.148-176). Signed.

    Hinshelwood, Cyril (Chemistry)

    159. Chemical Kinetics in the Past Few Decades. Stockholm 1957. (Nobel Lecture. lOpp. December 11, 1956, pp.138-147). Signed.

    160. Réflexions sur la cinétique chimique. (Offprint. 9pp. Reprinted from Experientia Supplementum VII, pp.9-17).

    161. Address of the President Sir Cyril Hinshelwood, at the Anniversary Meeting, 30 November 1956. (Offprint. 6pp. Reprinted·from Proceedings of the Royal Society, A. volume 238, pp.vi-xi, 1956)

    162. Address of the President Sir Cyril Hinshelwood , at the Anniversary Meeting, 30. November 1957. (Offprint. 12pp. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Royal Society, A. volume 243, pp.5-16, 1957)

    Forssmann, Werner (Medicine & Physiology)

    163. Die Rolle der Herzkatheterung und Angiocardiographie in der Entwicklung der Modernen Medizin. Stockholm 1957: (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1956, pp. 177-181). Signed.

    164. Die Sondierung des Rechten Herzens. (Offprint . 6pp. Reprinted from Therapeutische Berichte 29, 5, 1957).

    Cournand, Andre F. (Medicine & Physiology)

    165. Pulmonary Circulation . Its Control in Man, with Some Remarks on Methodology. (Offprint. 10pp. Reprinted from American Heart Journal. Vol. 54, No.2, Pages 161- 171, 172-181, August 1957). With author's dedication.

    Richards, Dickinson W. (Medicine & Physiology)

    166. The Contributions of Right Heart Catheterization to Physiology and Medicine, with Some Observations on the Physiopathology of Pulmonary Heart Disease. Stockholm 1957. (Nobel Lecture. December 11, 1956. pp.182-195). Signed.

    167. Typescript Letter Signed. April 17, 1959.

    Shockley, William (Physics)

    168. Transistor Technology Evokes New Physics. Stockholm 1957. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1956. pp.100- 129). Signed.

    169. Typscript Letter Signed. 18 February 1959.

    Brattain, Walter (Physics)

    170. Surface Properties of Semiconductors. Stockholm . (Nobel Lecture. December 11, 1956, pp. 1,-8). Signed.

    171. Physical Principles Involved in Transistor Action. By J. Bardeen and W.H. Brattain. (Offprint. 18pp. Reprinted from The Physical Reveiw, Vol. 75, No. 8, pp. 1208-1225, April 15, 1949). Signed.

    172. Typescript Letter Signed. Ianuary 2, 1963.

    1957

    Todd, Sir Alexander (Chemistry)

    173. Synthesis in the Study of Nucleotides. Stockholm 1958. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1957, pp.119-133). Signed.

    174. Chemical Structure of the Nucleic Acids·. (Offprint. 8pp. reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 40, No.8, pp.748-755, August 1954). Signed.

    175. Typescript Letter Signed. February 17, 1959.

    Bovet, Daniel (Medicine & Physiology)

    176. Relations d'Isostérie et Phénomènes Compéritifs dans le Demaine des Médicaments du Système Nerveux Végétatif et dans Celui de la Transmission Neuromusculaire. Stockholm 1958. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1957, pp.134-161). Signed.

    177. Proprietà Farmacodinamiche di Alcuni Derivati della Succinilcolina Dotati di Azione Curarica. Estratto dai Rendiconti dell'Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Volume XII - Pa.rte I II-ID. Roma, Anno 1949. Signed.

    178. Activité du - P-Arninophénylfulfamide sur les Infections Streptococciues Expérimentales de la Souris et du Lapin. By J. et Mme J.Tréfouël, F.Nitti et D. Bovet. (Offprint. 3pp. Reprinted from Compres rendus des séances de la Société de biologie, Séance du 23 novembre 1935 - Tome CXX, annee 1935, page 756).

    179. Action de la Thymoxyéthyldiéthylamine (929 F.) et des Éthers Phénoliques ·sur le Choe Anaphylactique du Cobaye. By Mlle A .-M Staub et D. Bovet. (Offprint. 3pp. Reprinted from Comptes rendus des séances de la Société de biologie, Séance du 3juilet 1937. Tome CXXV, annee 1937, page 818).

    180. Typescript Letter Signed. February 13, 1959. (with English translation).

    Lee, T. D. (Physics)

    181. Weak Interactions and Nonconservation of Parity. Stockholm 1958. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1957, pp.106-118). Signed.

    182. Question of Parity Conservation in Weak Interactions. (Offprint. Spp. Reprinted from the Physical Review, Vol. 104, No. l, 254-258, October 1, 1956).

    1958

    Sanger, F. (Chemistry)

    183. La Structure de l'Insuline. (Offprint. 13pp. Reprinted from Bulletinb de la Société de la Chimie biologique, Tome XXXVII, no. 1, 1955.pp.23-35) . Signed.

    184. The Disulphide Bonds of Insulin. (Offprint. 16pp. Reprinted from The Biochemical Journal, Vol. 60, No. 4, pp 541-556, ·1955). Signed.

    185. The Chemistry of Insulin. (Offprint. 6pp. Reprinted from Chemistry and Industry, 1959, pp.104-109). Signed.

    Beadle, G. W. and E. L. Tatum (Medicine & Physiology)

    186. A Case History in Biological Research. Stockholm 1959. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1958. pp. 160-168). Signed by E. L. Tatum.

    187. Genetic Control of Biochemical Reactions in Neurospora. (Offprint. 8pp. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 27, No. 11,pp. 499-506. November, 1941). Signed by G. W. Beadle.

    188. Typescript Letter Signed by E. L.Tatum . January 3, 1963.

    1959

    Heyrovsky, J. (Chemistry)

    189. The Trends of Polarography. Stockholm 1960. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1959, pp. 125-145). Signed. (& another copy)

    190. Researches with the Dropping Mercury Cathode. Part II. The Polarograph. By J. Heyrovsky and M. Shikata. (Offprint. ?pp. Reprinted from Receuil des Travaux Chimiques des Pays-Bas, Vol. 46, No. 5, May 1925). Signed.

    191. A Note on the Significance of the Electrode Potential. (Offprint. 2pp. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, Vol. 111, pp. 201-202).

    192. Typescript Letter Signed. 12February 1963.

    Ochoa, Severo (Medicine & Physiology)

    193. Enzymatic Synthesis of Ribonucleic Acid. Stockholm 1960. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1959, pp.146-164). Signed.

    194. Enzymatic Synthesis and Breakdown of Polynucleotides; Polynucleotide Phosphorylase. (Offprint. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Chemical Soceity, 77, 3165 1955).

    Kornberg, Arthur (Medicine & Physiology)

    195. The Biologic Synthesis of Deoxyribonucleic Acid. Stockholm 1960. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1959, pp.165-179). Signed.

    Chamberlain, Owen (Physics)

    196. Observation of Antiprotons. (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from The Physical Reveiw, Vol. 100, No.3, pp. 947-950, November I, 1955). Signed.

    Segrè, Emilio (Physics)

    197. Properties of Antinucleons . Stockholm 1960. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1969. pp. 94-106). Signed.

    1960

    Libby, W. F. (Chemistry)

    198. Typescript Letter Signed. December 26, 1961

    199. Typescript Letter Signed. August 6, 1963.

    Burnet, F.M. (Medicine & Physiology)

    200. Immunological Recognition of Self. (Offprint. 5 pages. Reprinted from Science February 3, 1961, Vol. 133, No. 3449, pages 307-311). Signed. 2 copies (both signed).

    201. A Modification of Jerne's Theory of Antibody Production using the Concept of Clonal Selection. (Offprint. 2pp. Reprinted from the Australian Journal of Science, Vol. 20, No.3, October 1957, pp.67-68).

    Medawar, Brian (Medicine & Physiology)

    202. Immu·nological Tolerance: The phenomenon of tolerance provides a testing ground-for theories of the immune response. (Offprint. 4pp. Reprinted from SCIENCE, -February 3, 1961, Vol. 133, No. 3449, pages 303-306). Signed.

    203. Typescript Letter Signed. 2nd January, 1963.

    1961

    Calvin, Melvin (Chemistry)

    204. The Path of Carbon in Photosynthesis. Stockholm 1962. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1961, pp.156-183). Signed.

    205. The Path of Carbon in Photosynthesis. (Offprint. 5pp. Reprinted from SCIENCE. May 7, 1948, Vol. 107, No. 2784, pages 476-480). Signed.

    Békésy, Georg. v. (Medicine & Physiology)

    206. Concerning the Pleasures of Observing, and the Mechanics of the Inner Ear. Stockholm 1962. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1961). Signed.

    207. The Variation of Phase Along the Basilar Membrane with Sinusoidal Vibrations. (Offprint. 9pp. Reprinted from the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 452-460, May, 1947). Signed.

    208. Neural Inhibitory Units of the Eye and Skin. Quantitative Description of Contrast Phenomena. (Offprint. llpp. Reprinted from Journal of the Optical Society of America, Vol. 50, No. 11, 1060-1070, Novem ber, 1960). Signed.

    Mössbauer, Rudol.f (Physics)

    209. Rückstossfreie Kernresonanzabsorption von Gammastrahlung. Stockholm 1962. (Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1961, pp.136-155). Signed.

    210. Kernresonanzfluoreszenz von Garnmastrahlung in Ir191. (Offprint. 20pp. Reprinted from Zeitschrift für Physik, Bd. 151, S. 124-143, 1958).

    211. Kernresonanzabsorption von Gamrnastrahlung in Ir191. (Offprint. Reprinted from Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. Band 14a, Heft 3, 1959).

    Hofstadter, R. (Physics)

    212. Structure of Nuclei and Nucleons. (Offprint. 10pp. Reprinted from Science, June 22, 1962, Vol. 136, No. 3521, pages 1013-1022). Signed.

    213. Typescript Letter Signed. December 7, 1962.

    1962

    Kendrew, John C. (Chemistry)

    214. Myoglobin and the Structure of Proteins. (Offprint. 8pp. Reprinted from Science, March 29, 1963, Vol. 139, No. 3561, pages 1259-1266). Signed.

    Wilkins, M.H.F. (Medicine & Physiology)

    215. Determination of the Helical Configuration of Ribonucleic Acid Molecules by X-Ray Diffraction Study of Crystalline Amino-Acid-Transfer Ribonucleic Acid. By Dr.M. Spencer, Dr, W. Fuller,Dr.M.H.F. Wilkins and Dr. G. L. Brown. (Offprint. 16pp. Reprinted from Nature , Vol. 194, No.4833, pp. 1014-1020, June 16, 1962). Signed.

    216. Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids.(Offprint. 14pp. Reprinted from Nature, Vol. 171, p.737, April 25, 1953). Signed.

    217. Typscript Letter Signed. 4th March 1963.

    Watson, J.D. (Medicine & Physiology)

    218. The Involvement of RNA in the Synthesis of Proteins. (Nobel Lecture delivered before the Royal Caroline Institute, December 11, 1962, 34pp, 7 figures). Signed.



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