[ William Dobinson Halliburton, physiologist and a founder of the science of biochemistry. ] Autograph Note Signed ('W. D. Halliburton') to [ V. G. Plarr ] the editor of 'Men and Women of the Time', returning the corrected proof of his entry.

W. D. Halliburton [ William Dobinson Halliburton ] (1860-1931), Professor of Physiology at King's College London, one of the founders of the science of biochemistry [ Victor Gustave Plarr (1863-1929)]
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9 Ridgmount Gardens W.C. [ London ] 20 April 1898.

1p., 12mo. In fair condition, lightly aged. He is enclosing 'the Extract from "Men and Women of the Time"' that the editor sent him, with corrections and additions, and would like to see a proof.

[ Pamphlet ] Muscle and Nerve. A Lecture. Science Lectures for the People, No.7.-Fifth Series.-1873-4

Professor Arthur Gamgee, M.D., F.R.S.
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Manchester: John Heywood [...] London: F. Pitman, [1874].

Paginated, [111]-122, printed wraps, back cover listing John Heywood's "Educational Works". Tiny holes at spine indicate formerly bound in volume, aging but good condition. COPAC lists a copy at the BL, and within the series held by Manchester. No copy listed on WorldCat.

The duration of life.

T. Brailsford Robertson (Professor of Physiology and Biochemistry in the University of Adelaide).
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Offprint. (From Rept. Aust. Assn. Adv. Science, vol.XVIII, 1926, pp.863-82). From the Library of Harriette Chick .

Two Typed Letters Signed to J. Samson, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society of Arts, together with unsigned carbon copies of three letters from Samson to Morgan.

Walter Thomas James Morgan
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Morgan's letters: 31 July 1964 and 20 November 1967, both on Lister Institute letterheads; Samson's carbon copies: 22 July and 5 August 1964 and 31 October 1967, none with place.

British biochemist (1900-2003), Director of the Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine, London, 1972-5. All five items one page, quarto, and all five very good and stapled together by year. Correspondence for 1964 begins with Samson inviting Morgan to deliver a lecture in the Society's forthcoming session 'on the science and practice of immunology', and giving details of the requirements. Morgan declines, 'as my special studies and experiences have been almost entirely concerned with the more chemical aspects of the subject'.

Two Typed Letters Signed to [K. W. Luckhurst,] the Secretary, Royal Society of Arts.

Sir Edward Charles Dodds
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24 October 1938; 30 December 1947; both on letterhead of the Courtauld Institute of Biochemistry, the Middlesex Hospital.

English scientist (1899-1973), Professor of Biochemistry at the University of London, and President of the Royal College of Physicians, 1962. Both items one page, 4to, and both good, though creased and with a few small staple holes. First item addressed to 'The Secretary' and second to Luckhurst. Both signed 'E. C. Dodds'. ITEM ONE: He has signed the form and is 'very glad to have an opportunity of being considered for Fellowship by your Council'. Asks whether his subscription is required with the application. ITEM TWO: Requests that 'the necessary forms' be sent to 'Mr.

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