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Jonas Salk Papers

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Jonas Salk Papers
Identifier/Call Number: MSS 1
Contributing Institution: Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, California, 92093-0175
Languages: English
Physical Description: 316.1 Linear feet (607 archives boxes, 28 card file boxes, 12 records cartons, 76 art bin items, and 176 oversize folders)
Date (inclusive): 1926 - 1991
Abstract: Papers of Dr. Jonas Salk, noted physician, virologist, humanitarian, and founder of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego, California. Salk is best known for his development of the world's first successful vaccine for the prevention of poliomyelitis, licensed in the U.S. in 1955. He also conducted important research in the prevention and treatment of influenza, multiple sclerosis, cancer, and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). The Salk Papers constitute an exhaustive source of documentation of Dr. Salk's professional activities, but very few materials relating to his personal life. Most of the papers cover the period from the mid-1940s to the 1980s. The papers include extensive general correspondence, files relating to polio, subject files, writings by Dr. Salk, photographs, sound recordings, records of the Salk Institute, and other research materials.
Creator: Salk, Jonas, 1914-1995

Processing Information

In general, the original order of the materials was retained in the first two major accessions. The General Correspondence remains in its original order: grouped by year, and thereunder alphabetically by name of correspondent. This order makes the tracing of correspondence with one particular individual difficult.
Although the subject of polio permeates the entire collection, Dr. Salk's staff created a separate series of materials relating specifically to this subject. This separate series was probably created after 1955, when polio-related issues may have consumed a large percentage of staff time. Although it is possible that materials in this series were pulled from other files, the UCSD Library decided to retain the series intact due to the difficulty in determining the origin of the materials, and due to the importance of the series for evidential purposes.
In some cases the original order of the collection has been altered, but only when logically necessary and logistically possible. Thus the subject files, which were originally grouped with correspondence from each year, are now combined into one alphabetical sequence. Materials generated from internal activities of the Salk Institute, although originally filed with yearly correspondence, are now combined with other Salk Institute files into separate series. As in the case of the Salk Institute files, many series within the Salk Papers have been formed around the provenance of the materials. Thus, those laboratory records maintained by individual members of Dr. Salk's staff remain separate ("Files of Others"). Although items in these separate groups relate directly to items elsewhere in the collection, combining these related items would have violated the provenance of the materials.
The most recent major accession had been sorted and described after Dr. Salk's death in 1995 by his long-time staff member, Barbara L. Robinson. Materials were well-described in her inventory, but not in any particular order, so as unique materials were processed at the Library they were placed together in artificial series that mirrored the arrangement of earlier series. The Barbara L. Robinson inventory is linked to this finding aid and searchable for cross-referencing; her inventory numbers for documents have been included in the file descriptions.

Scope and Content of Collection

Papers of Dr. Jonas Salk, noted physician, virologist, humanitarian, and founder of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego, California. Salk is best known for his development of the world's first successful vaccine for the prevention of poliomyelitis, licensed in the U.S. in 1955. He also conducted important research in the prevention and treatment of influenza, multiple sclerosis, cancer, and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). The Salk Papers constitute an exhaustive source of documentation of Dr. Salk's professional activities, but very few materials relating to his personal life. Most of the papers cover the period from the mid-1940s to the 1980s. The papers include extensive general correspondence, files relating to polio, subject files, writings by Dr. Salk, photographs, sound recordings, records of the Salk Institute, and other research materials.
ACCESSION PROCESSED IN 1989
Best documented are Dr. Salk's activities from the mid-1950s to the early 1960s, activities largely related to the development of the Salk polio vaccine. This accession also includes materials created by Dr. Salk's laboratory staff members and papers generated by offices of the Salk Institute.
Arranged in ten series: 1) GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE, 2) POLIO FILES, 3) SUBJECT FILES, 4) WRITINGS, LECTURES AND INTERVIEWS, 5) PHOTOGRAPHS AND OTHER IMAGES, 6) SALK INSTITUTE FILES, 7) FILES OF OTHERS, 8) AWARDS, HONORS AND CERTIFICATES, 9) MISCELLANY and 10) RESEARCH MATERIALS.
ACCESSIONS PROCESSED IN 1995
This accession primarily documents Salk's fundamental role in the revival of the live versus killed polio-virus debate in the mid-1970s and 1980s. Included in the collection are the letters he wrote to the American Medical Association, the Center for Disease Control, the Institute of Medicine, the U.S. Congress, members of the media, and other influential sectors of society in an attempt to convince them that the oral live polio vaccine did indeed cause paralytic polio and that the killed vaccine was a safe and effective alternative. Also included are materials related to the inception, creation and eventual distribution of the enhanced inactivated polio vaccine or E-IPV. The Merieux Institute of France, the Connaught Laboratories in Canada, and the Rijks Institute in the Netherlands were the developers of this vaccine, and Salk worked extensively with these laboratories. Salk's collaboration with the Central Public Health Laboratory in Finland on the studies that tracked the incidence of polio in Finland, and his role in the lawsuits filed by victims of vaccine-induced polio are also well documented. There are some materials related to the internal affairs of the Salk Institute, dated 1982-1989, files that document the work of the San Diego Growth Management Task Force Group put together in 1984 by Mayor Roger Hitchcock and materials related to Salk's other interests and activities, most notably, his interest in developing a vaccine for HIV (see the WRITINGS series) and his advisory role in a broad range of different committees and foundations.
Arranged in ten series: 11) CORRESPONDENCE, 12) WRITINGS AND LECTURES, 13) POLIO SUBJECT FILES, 14) CONFERENCES, 15) SAN DIEGO GROWTH MANAGEMENT TASK FORCE, 16) SALK INSTITUTE FILES, 17) NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, INTERVIEWS AND EPHEMERA, 18) AWARDS, 19) PHOTOGRAPHS, and 20) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

Biography

Jonas Salk is best known for his discovery of the world's first successful vaccine for the prevention of poliomyelitis. In addition to this accomplishment, Dr. Salk has made significant contributions to the study, prevention, and treatment of influenza, multiple sclerosis, cancer, and other diseases. He is also known for the founding and direction of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego, his work for a wide variety of humanitarian endeavors, and most recently for his involvement in AIDS research.
Jonas Edward Salk was born in New York City on October 28, 1914. The eldest son of Daniel and Dora Salk, he grew up in East Harlem and the Crotona section of the Bronx. At 12 he began high school at Townsend Harris Hall, the preparatory school for the City College of New York. At 15 he entered the College itself. Taking an early interest in scientific research, he graduated from City College in 1934 with a Bachelor of Science degree.
In medical school at New York University, Salk distinguished himself from the beginning. At the end of his freshman year he was offered a fellowship to study biochemistry. In 1936 he returned to classes and completed his medical degree in 1939. During his last year in medical school he made the acquaintance of Dr. Thomas Francis, at that time chairman of the Department of Bacteriology. Francis, who had conducted important research on influenza and other diseases, became Salk's close friend and mentor.
After medical school Dr. Salk married Donna Lindsay, a graduate student at the New York School of Social Work and later a practicing social worker at the Jewish Child Care Association of New York. Before his internship, Dr. Salk spent a year of study with Thomas Francis and George Lavin, focusing primarily on research on influenza. In March of 1940 Salk began his internship at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, and he completed the program in 1942.
After his internship, Salk had a strong desire to study the pathology of virus diseases. In 1942 he obtained a grant-funded position at the University of Michigan's new School of Public Health. The head of the School was Dr. Thomas Francis, who had moved there in 1941. The funds for Salk's research came largely from the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, although the research itself concerned the development of a vaccine for the prevention of influenza.
In 1943, while still at Michigan, Salk began work with the United States Army Influenza Commission. One of the goals of the Commission was to prevent an outbreak of the disease among the armed forces -- an outbreak which had reached epidemic proportions at the end of World War I. Salk's work with the Army included the testing of noninfectious or "killed virus" vaccines against influenza. Many vaccine field trials were carried out at Army bases such as Fort Dix and Fort Custer. At the end of World War II, the Federal Government sent Dr. Salk to Germany, where he helped organize diagnostic laboratories for the prevention of influenza among the occupation troops.
Dr. Salk held three positions at the University of Michigan. From 1943 to 1944 he was a Research Fellow in Epidemiology. In 1944 he became a Research Associate, and in 1946 he received a promotion to an assistant professorship.
Seeking a more secure academic position, Dr. Salk left Michigan in the fall of 1947 to become Associate Research Professor of Bacteriology at the University of Pittsburgh's School of Medicine. The dean of the School, Dr. William S. McEllroy, took an active interest in promoting research in virology. With the help of McEllroy and other prominent members of the community, Dr. Salk began a long and successful campaign to garner funds for the expansion of the Medical School's research program. Although Salk began his work in inadequate quarters in the basement of Pittsburgh's Municipal Hospital, he eventually transformed the Hospital facilities into a modern and well-equipped laboratory. Salk's early work at Pittsburgh was a continuation of his Michigan influenza research. Beginning in 1948, however, he focused more and more of his attention on studying the poliomyelitis virus.
Most support for Dr. Salk's polio work came from the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis -- later known as the March of Dimes. The founder of the organization, President Franklin Roosevelt, was himself a victim of polio. The Foundation had its roots in Roosevelt's sponsorship of a polio treatment center in Warm Springs, Georgia in the early 1930's. In the mid-30s a series of "Birthday Balls" for the President helped raise more funds for polio research. Finally, in 1937, Roosevelt established the National Foundation. The president of the Foundation was Basil O'Connor, Roosevelt's former law partner and a self-made millionaire. Along with Dr. Thomas Rivers, who advised the Foundation on research grants, Dr. Don W. Gudakunst, the Medical Director, and Dr. Harry Weaver, its director of research, O'Connor made the organization the premier funding source for American polio research.
In September 1951, Basil O'Connor met Jonas Salk. The two were returning from the Second International Poliomyelits Conference in Copenhagen aboard the Queen Mary. Salk made a most favorable impression on O'Connor, and they eventually became close friends. The collaboration of Salk and O'Connor helped facilitate many important projects, including polio research and the establishment of the Salk Institute.
Poliomyelitis (commonly called polio) is a viral disease that results in a wide range of symptoms, including extensive paralysis of the muscles. The polio virus can enter the body through the throat and intestinal tract. Eventually the virus migrates to the central nervous system where it does the most damage. In many cases, a mild form of the disease in infancy can result in life-long immunity. Once known as "Infantile Paralysis," the disease was first accurately described in 1840. Epidemics of the disease were noted as early as 1887 in Sweden. In the United States, polio epidemics became widespread after 1900. A particularly large number of cases appeared in the U.S. between 1942 and 1953, and 33,344 cases were reported in 1950 alone. Although only one of many infectious and fatal diseases, polio gained widespread attention because many of its victims were children. Much of the success of the National Foundation's fundraising efforts resulted from the fears of parents and sympathy for children crippled by polio.
Many polio researchers made substantial progress from the late 1930s to the 1950s. Among those were W. Lloyd Aycock, James Trask, John R. Paul, David Bodian, Isabel Morgan, Howard Howe, Joseph Melnick, Dorothy Horstmann, Harold Cox, Hilary Kaprowski, and Albert Sabin. In 1931, Macfarlane Burnet discovered the existence of more than one strain of the polio virus. Robert G. Green made the important discovery that the polio virus could grow in non-nervous tissue. In 1951 and 1952 William Hammon conducted a field trial of gamma-globulin, a blood protein in which antibodies are formed. The tests successfully proved that the virus could travel through the bloodstream to the nervous system. A substantial breakthrough came in the late 1940s, when John F. Enders, Thomas H. Weller, and Frederick Robbins successfully grew poliovirus in vitro at Harvard University. This breakthrough paved the way for the use of laboratory-generated viruses for experimentation, and it opened up the possibility that noninfectious vaccine could be developed from an inactivated virus.
Dr. Salk began his polio research by carrying out part of the systematic classification of the various strains of the virus. To facilitate this work, Salk expanded and modernized the Virus Research Laboratory in the old Pittsburgh Municipal Hospital. His staff included Major Byron L. Bennett, the chief laboratory technician; Dr. Julius S. Younger, the chief Research Associate; Dr. James L. Lewis; and Dr. Elsie N. Ward. Later additions to the staff were Francis Yurochko, Dr. Mary L. Bailey, Dr. Percival L. Bazeley, and Dr. Donald Wegemer. Handling Dr. Salk's administrative affairs was Lorraine Friedman, who began work with him in 1949. Ms. Friedman, a Pittsburgh native, has continued her work with Dr. Salk to the present (1988).
By 1950 Dr. Salk had completed the essential work in his virus-typing experiments. He then shifted his focus to research on a vaccine for the prevention of polio. The National Foundation awarded a grant for this research in 1951. The central element in Salk's efforts was the development of a non-infectious or "killed virus" vaccine. Salk used tissue-culture methods to produce the polio virus, and employed a formaldehyde solution called Formalin to inactivate the virus. To enhance potency, Salk experimented with adjuvants derived from mineral oil.
In the early summer of 1952, Dr. Salk and his associates developed what they considered to be an effective polio vaccine. In June of that year they tested their vaccine on a group of children at the D.T. Watson Home for Crippled Children, located near Pittsburgh at Leetsdale. The tests proved successful, and more were conducted at the Watson Home and the Polk State School. By the end of 1952 Dr. Salk felt that his vaccine could be used to combat polio on a large scale, and he announced his discovery at a meeting in Hershey, Pennsylvania, in January 1953. The official report of his discovery appeared in Journal of the American Medical Association of March 28, 1953.
To test his vaccine on a large scale, Dr. Salk and others proposed a nationwide field trial. During late 1953 and early 1954, Dr. Salk and the National Foundation were involved in the complex work of designing the field trials, obtaining the official approval needed to conduct the experiment, and seeing that vaccine of acceptable quality was manufactured. Deeply involved in this process was the National Foundation's Vaccine Advisory Committee, under the leadership of Thomas Rivers. The pharmaceutical companies that manufactured the trial vaccine were Parke Davis of Detroit and Eli Lilly of Indianapolis. On April 25, 1954, the Vaccine Advisory Committee and the National Institutes of Health recommended that the field trial be carried out, and the U.S. Public Health Service gave its official approval.
Under the overall observation of the University of Michigan and Dr. Thomas Francis, a massive field trial of the Salk vaccine began on April 26, 1954. Children in grades one through five were inoculated. 441,131 children received the Salk vaccine, and 201,229 were injected with a placebo. In June the tests ended, and Dr. Francis and his associates began to evaluate the results. Meanwhile, in September 1954, Dr. Salk travelled to Rome with Basil O'Connor for the Third International Poliomyelitis Conference. There Salk and his supporters came under attack from proponents of live-virus polio vaccines, most notably Albert Sabin. This conflict, which had begun earlier in the decade, would intensify throughout the 1950s and 1960s, and it continues to the present.
By April of 1955, Dr. Francis and his associates had reached the conclusion that the Salk vaccine field trials were, with some exceptions, generally successful. Francis presented his report in Ann Arbor on April 12, 1955. After an evaluation of the report by a group of virologists, a license for sale of the Salk vaccine was signed by Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, the Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare.
The announcement of the success of the field trials led to great demand for the Salk vaccine. By the end of April 1955, around 5 million children had been inoculated with commercially produced Salk vaccine. Several commercial firms (besides Parke Davis and Lilly) manufactured the vaccine on a large scale -- a process which had begun even before the release of the Francis Report.
Some of the firms had difficulty in safely inactivating the polio virus. At the end of April 1955, a large batch of vaccine manufactured by Cutter Laboratories actually caused polio in 250 cases. The Cutter vaccine was taken off the market, although the general vaccination program continued. An investigation of the incident revealed problems in inactivation of the Mahoney strain of the virus. On the recommendation of John Enders and other virologists, U.S. Surgeon-General Leonard Scheele halted the vaccination program on May 7, 1955. After an in-depth investigation, Dr. Salk and a technical committee of virologists developed more stringent specifications for the manufacture of the vaccine. On May 27, 1955, the Surgeon-General announced that the vaccination program could be resumed.
Although the vaccination program continued, public enthusiasm for the program waned in the late 1950s, despite the promotional efforts of the National Foundation. Although the use of the vaccine was not as widespread as Dr. Salk had hoped, and although many people did not receive the full course of three injections, the vaccine accounted for a dramatic decline in the incidence of polio in the United States and elsewhere.
Dr. Salk's vaccine earned him immediate recognition throughout the world. His office received thousands of "thank you" letters from school children from many countries. In some Latin American towns, mothers and children signed long and elaborately designed scrolls, which were sent to Dr. Salk. State legislatures and organizations throughout the country passed resolutions honoring Dr. Salk. He received numerous special awards and honors, including honorary degrees. Included in some of the thousands of pieces of fan mail were cash donations to promote future research.
Although Salk's vaccine was generally successful in combatting polio, other researchers searched for alternatives. Among these researchers were Herold Cox, Hilary Koprowski, and Albert Sabin. Sabin, who felt that a killed-virus vaccine like Salk's could not effectively prevent polio, developed his own live-virus vaccine. Adapting techniques used by Renato Dulbecco, Sabin made progress in the mid-1950s, and by 1956 he was ready to test his vaccine on a large scale. A massive field trial of the Sabin vaccine took place in the Soviet Union between 1957 and 1959, and the results were reported as successful. Tests of vaccines produced by Koprowski and Cox took place in Africa and Latin America during the same years.
Unlike the Salk vaccine, the Sabin vaccine was suspended in syrup or sugar cubes and taken orally. Sabin claimed that his vaccine was more potent and longer lasting in its protection than Salk's. In addition, since Sabin's vaccine was taken orally, he claimed that it was easier to administer than the Salk vaccine, which required multiple hypodermic injections to be effective. The most significant drawback of the Sabin vaccine was its potential for infection from the live virus.
By 1962 the Sabin vaccine had been licensed by the Federal Government and endorsed by the American Medical Association. By 1963 70,000,000 people in the United States had taken the vaccine. By the end of the 1960s the Sabin vaccine had become the primary drug for the prevention of polio in the U.S. However, although polio became virtually non-existent in the United States by 1970, many new cases of the disease were caused by the live virus in the Sabin vaccine itself. Because of this potential harm, many countries, including Sweden, favored the use of the vaccine developed by Salk.
Dr. Salk continued his virus research in the late 1950s. In addition to serving as the director of the University of Pittsburgh's Virus Research Laboratory, Salk held the posts of Commonwealth Professor of Preventive Medicine (1955-1957), and Commonwealth Professor of Experimental Medicine (1957-1963).
Beginning around 1957, Dr. Salk began planning for the establishment of an institute for biological research. He originally considered locating an institute for experimental medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, but he soon realized that an independent entity would better serve the cause of modern scientific research. He hoped to create a hospitable environment for scientists concerned with the implications of their work and interested in the interrelationships between various disciplines.
By 1960 Salk had chosen San Diego as the site for what would become the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. A substantial amount of start-up funds came from the National Foundation-March of Dimes. The citizens of San Diego, through a referendum, made a gift of pueblo lots in the La Jolla area, close to the new University of California, San Diego. The Institute began operation in temporary quarters in 1963, and permanent buildings, designed by architect Louis Kahn, were completed in 1967. The buildings soon gained international fame for their dramatic and innovative design.
The Salk Institute succeeded in assembling an outstanding and highly innovative staff, including many Nobel laureates. The original fellows of the Institute included: mathematician Jacob Bronowski; biophysicist and immunochemist Melvin Cohn; Francis Crick, a physicist, chemist, and molecular biologist; Renato Dulbecco, a physician, bacteriologist, virologist, and physicist; physicist Edwin Lennox; biochemist Jacques Monod; physicist and biologist Leo Szilard; and Warren Weaver, an engineer, mathematician, and physicist. Weaver also served as chairman of the Board of Trustees. Charles S. Wilson began work as the first General Manager before the Institute began in La Jolla, and William Glazier continued in the post after 1963. Dr. Salk himself served as the Institute's director until 1975, followed by Augustus Kinzel, and later Fredric de Hoffman.
The research conducted at the Institute came to be recognized as highly significant by the international scientific community. Included in this research has been the study of molecular-cellular mechanisms in genetics, immunology, and neurobiology, and the application of these studies to the prevention of cancer, diabetes, and myasthenia gravis. Institute researchers have also studied problems of genetic defects, aging, fertility control, alcoholism, and the biological foundations of language acquisition, language disorders, and learning.
After moving to San Diego, Dr. Salk continued to conduct his own research with his own laboratory staff. Among the research carried out by the Salk Lab has been studies aimed at understanding and manipulating the immune system in its relationship to the control of autoimmune and neoplastic diseases such as cancer and multiple sclerosis (MS). During the 1970s Dr. Salk devoted much attention to the prevention and treatment of MS, and between 1978 and 1980 he participated in an extensive MS study with a team headed by Dr. John S. Romine of the University of California, San Diego. With funding from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Salk-Romine study tested the use of myelin basic protein as a therapeutic agent in the treatment of MS.
In the 1980s Dr. Salk collaborated in successful studies aimed at the development, production, and field testing of a new noninfectious polio vaccine designed to give life-long immunity from a single dose. The new vaccine can now be administered in combination with other vaccines for the prevention of diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis, thus simplifying routine childhood immunization. Also in the 1980s Dr. Salk worked with international health organizations to implement and improve immunization programs throughout the world.
Dr. Salk's most recent (1988) scientific endeavor involved prevention of the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, or AIDS. With his son, Peter, he tested his theory that immunization can be carried out on those already infected with the HIV virus. In addition to this clinical work, Dr. Salk was active in raising funds for AIDS research and in lobbying for greater public support for this research.
Aside from Dr. Salk's career as a scientific investigator and director of a research institution, he wrote numerous articles and books on a variety of topics. He documented his research in more than 100 articles in scientific journals, and wrote additional articles on topics such as education, health care, world problems, and the place of man in the global environment.
In the early 1970s Dr. Salk began writing extensively on the subject of human evolution and the potential of mankind. Some of these writings appeared in two books: Man Unfolding (1972) and The Survival of the Wisest (1973). In the latter book, Dr. Salk discussed his theory of metabiology -- a theory that relates to man's potential for transcending the ordinary limits of living matter. He theorized that Mankind was on the threshold of a new era -- Epoch B -- in which a new form of human consciousness might prevail. Such a consciousness would, he felt, enable mankind to draw upon imagination and intellect for overcoming the serious physical challenges to survival that have arisen in the modern era. Dr. Salk further expanded his ideas in the book World Population and Human Values (1981), written in collaboration with his son Jonathan, and in his most recent book Anatomy of Reality: Merging of Intuition and Reason (1983).
Dr. Salk's concern for the quality of human life has extended far beyond the laboratory. He has devoted time and effort to organizations supporting the arts, sciences, and education, and the alleviation of hunger, disease, poverty and war. In these efforts, Dr. Salk has participated in such organizations as the Council for Biology in Human Affairs, Epoch B Foundation, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, Native Americans Rights Fund - National Support Committee, Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, Physicians for Social Responsibility, the Population Reference Bureau, the World Affairs Council of San Diego, and the World Future Society. In 1979 Dr. Salk was chosen for the board of directors of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, a philanthropic trust which funds, among other things, projects and institutions in the arts, sciences, and humanities.
In 1970 Dr. Salk was elected to the board of directors of the Dreyfus Fund, a mutual fund investment organization. As member of the board, Dr. Salk has helped to set the general investment policies carried out by fund's investment officers. His presence added a broader and more humanistic voice to the otherwise business-minded board.
The live versus killed polio vaccine debate reemerged in the mid-1970s. Because the oral live polio vaccine (OPV) had been used almost exclusively in the United States since 1961, data on the incidence of polio could be evaluated in a new light. It was shown that while the Sabin vaccine had virtually obliterated wild-virus polio in the United States, it in fact inflicted paralytic polio on an estimated 10 persons per year. Furthermore, countries such as Finland and Sweden, which had utilized only the killed vaccine in their immunization campaigns, did not have a polio problem. These facts provided Jonas Salk, his son Darrell, and other supporters with a new and compelling argument against the United States' preference for the Sabin vaccine. If the Salk vaccine was proven safe and effective in other countries, and did not cause polio, why was the U.S. using a vaccine that had been proven to maim and kill? Supporters of the Sabin vaccine countered that the benefits of the live vaccine far outweighed its deleterious effects, asserting that the live vaccine was easier to administer, it was cheaper and it could spread its immunizing effects on to people who merely came into contact with someone who had recently taken the vaccine. Furthermore, they argued, the incidence of vaccine associated polio was minor when compared to the millions of vaccinations given each year. These factors, though debatable, managed to keep the majority of the medical community and their preference for the oral vaccine unmoved by Salk's assertions.
Arguments against the Sabin vaccine did finally gain unprecedented attention when the victims of vaccine-induced polio began taking their claims to court and winning. One jury in Kansas awarded a victim 10 million dollars. These lawsuits had an enormous impact on the debate because they finally awakened the general public to the dangers inherent in the live vaccine and compelled the government and the manufacturers of the vaccine, who were often faulted in these cases, to look for alternatives. Furthermore, vaccine manufacturers, frightened by the lawsuits, either dropped out of the market or lobbied the government for protection from litigation, thereby making it more expensive to produce the live vaccine. The lawsuits also managed to shake up some physicians who were afraid of being sued for administering a potentially deadly vaccine and, as a result, caused the debate to flare within the medical community. Jonas and Darrell Salk realized the impact litigation would have on the debate and one or the other often served as an advisor to lawyers for the plaintiff. Darrell was an expert witness in many of the trials.
Despite these blows to the eminence of the Sabin vaccine in the U.S., the fact that the Sabin vaccine was easier to administer continued to make it more attractive to physicians and to the government. The Sabin vaccine was administered orally in three doses to induce immunity. In contrast, the Salk vaccine was administered by injection, and was thought to require booster doses to maintain immunity. This argument against the Salk vaccine was seriously challenged with the announcement in 1977 of the enhanced inactivated polio vaccine, or E-IPV. E-IPV required only 1-2 doses and could be blended with other children's vaccines, such as the diphtheria-pertussis vaccine, to streamline vaccination programs. The Merieux Institute of France, the Connaught Laboratories in Canada, and the Rijks Institute in the Netherlands were the developers of the new vaccine and Salk collaborated extensively with these laboratories.
Dr. Salk has three sons: Peter, Darrell and Jonathan. In 1970 he married the French artist Francoise Gilot. Jonas Salk died in June 1995.

Publication Rights

Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection.

Preferred Citation

Jonas Salk Papers, MSS 1. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.

Acquisition Information

Acquired 1985-2013.

Restrictions

Permission to access the Salk Papers must be granted in advance by the director of SC&A.

Restrictions

Due to personally identifiable medical information in the POLIO files, materials in Series 2 and 13 may be additionally restricted. Original materials deemed too fragile for use, including original audiovisual formats, are restricted. Researchers may request use copies be produced in advance.

Dedication & Acknowledgement

DEDICATION
Peter, Darrell and Jonathan Salk dedicate their donation of this Collection to the administrative, technical and support staff who worked with their father during his more than fifty-year career. He shared with them lasting relationships of mutual respect and admiration. The commitment, skills, patience and loyalty of his co-workers are reflected throughout these records.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Two people deserve special recognition for their contributions to this collection: Lorraine C. Friedman and Barbara L. Robinson.
Lorraine Friedman joined the staff of the Virus Research Laboratory, University of Pittsburgh in 1949 and remained Dr. Salk's personal assistant for more than 40 years. She personally ensured the conservation of all documents related to Dr. Salk's activities and those of his laboratory, from the development of the polio vaccine in Pittsburgh, through the creation of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, to his later writings and publications.
Barbara Robinson started her job in Dr. Salk's La Jolla office in 1966 when the Salk Institute was still under construction. She worked continuously with Dr. Salk until 1988 and then started again in the early spring of 1995 to help him organize his office and personal papers for transfer to the UC San Diego Library. After his death in June 1995, Barbara continued that project for another six years, single-handedly reviewing, sorting, cataloging and packing more than one-third of the materials in this collection.
The existence, quality and extent of this collection are due, in great measure, to the personal dedication and efforts of Lorraine and Barbara.
December 2013

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Bronowski, Jacob, 1908-1974
Francis, Thomas, Jr., 1900-1969
Hammer, Armand, 1898-1990
Institut Mérieux.
Kahn, Louis I., 1901-1974
Lewis, L. James
Mérieux, Charles, 1907-
O'Connor, Basil, 1892-1972
Romine, John S.
Sabin, Albert B. (Albert Bruce), 1906-1993
Salk Institute for Biological Studies.
Multiple sclerosis -- Research
Photographic prints -- 20th century
Poliomyelitis -- Research
Science -- Social aspects
Virologists -- United States -- Biography

 

Accession Processed in 1989

 

GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE

Scope and Content of Series

Series 1) GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE: This series begins with correspondence logs begun in 1977 that list every piece of correspondence received by Dr. Salk's office. Many materials listed in these logs are not included in the collection. Those that are retained in the collection may be filed by correspondent or related subject, as described below. It is important to note that the GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE files are not the sole location of correspondence. Often, correspondence related to a specific subject will be filed in the SUBJECT FILES, the POLIO series, or in other series throughout the collection.
Dr. Salk's office staff arranged his incoming correspondence by year, and then alphabetically by the last name of the correspondent or by the name of the organization. Thus, if one wishes to research all correspondence between Dr. Salk and an individual, one must search each year for the individual correspondent. This original order reveals the volume and scope of Dr. Salk's correspondence, and shows how issues and events unfolded within each year. In rare instances, correspondence is filed according to the subject to which it pertains. For example, correspondence relevant to Dr. Salk's visits to Israel and India is filed under the names of these countries, not by individual correspondents.
In many cases, copies of replies to letters are attached to the original letters. In 1963 Dr. Salk's office began a Chronological File consisting of copies of all outgoing correspondence. Missing from these files is the period September 1963 through December 1967.
Box 1, Folder 1-5

Logs 1978 - 1982

Box 2, Folder 1-3

Logs 1982 - 1984

Box 2, Folder 4

1940: Machlett, E. - Solomon, M

Box 2, Folder 5

1941: Beard, J. - Smadel, J

General note

Includes correspondence between Salk and Dr. Thomas Francis, in which Salk seeks career advice.
Box 2, Folder 6

1942: Blake, F. - Warburg, B

Box 3, Folder 1

1943: Bartemeier, L. - Reimann, H

Box 3, Folder 2

1944: Alexander, R. - Wood, W

Box 3, Folder 3

1945: AAF Regional Hospital - Huntley, W

Box 3, Folder 4

1945: Ivins, P. - Weller, T

Box 3, Folder 5

1946: American Association for the Advancement of Science - Duffy, C

Box 3, Folder 6

1946: Eaton, M. - Hutchins, L

Box 4, Folder 1

1946: Johnson, B. - Quigley, J

Box 4, Folder 2

1946: Rix, J. - Swanberg, H

Box 4, Folder 3

1946: Taylor, L. - Yanamura, H

Box 4, Folder 4

1947: Ainalie, J. - Burrows, W

Box 4, Folder 5

1947: Chavez, F. - Greenwald, I

Box 4, Folder 6

1947: Hanig, M. - Loosli, C

Box 4, Folder 7

1947: Mack, W. - Rous, P

General note

Includes correspondence with McEllroy, descriptive outline of the polio research program conducted by Dr. Salk at the University of Pittsburgh.
Box 4, Folder 8

1947: Science Service - Workman, W

Box 5, Folder 1

1948: Associated Alumni of the Mount Sinai Hospital - Danowski, T

Box 5, Folder 2

1948: Hodge, H. - Horn, H

Box 5, Folder 3

1948: Ilavsky, J. - Navarez Vazuez, Roberto

Box 5, Folder 4

1948: Stimpert, F. - Stuart-Harris, G

Box 5, Folder 5

1948: Top, F. - Young, G

Box 5, Folder 6

1949: Daer, H. - Howe, H

Box 5, Folder 7

1949: Ainslie, J. - Culbertson, J

Box 6, Folder 1

1949: Jennison, M. - The Old Print Shop

Box 6, Folder 2

1949: Pait, C. - Snyder, R

Box 6, Folder 3

1949: Ward, R. - Wycoff, R

Box 6, Folder 4

1950: Fleck, A. - Gilliam, A

Box 6, Folder 5

1950: Homer, B. - Kruse, T

Box 6, Folder 6

1950: Lauffer, M. - Cockerill, E

Box 7, Folder 1

1950: Reagan, R. - Workman, W

Box 7, Folder 2

1951: Adams, J. - Hyland Laboratories

Box 7, Folder 3

1951: Journal of Clinical Investigation - Luria, S

Box 7, Folder 4

1951: MacCallum, F. - Rosensweet, A

Box 7, Folder 5

1951: Sabin, A. - Wright, J

Box 7, Folder 6

1952: Ainslie, J. - Cowell, M

Box 7, Folder 7

1952: Dack, G. - Excerpta Medica

Box 8, Folder 1

1952: Falk, L. - Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine

Box 8, Folder 2

1952: Kaufmann Department Stores - Loyal Order of Moose

Box 8, Folder 3

1952: MacGregor Instrument Company - Myer, K

Box 8, Folder 4

1952: National Canine Products, Inc. - Quick, J

Box 8, Folder 5

1952: Railway Express Agency - Rusk, H

Box 8, Folder 6

1952: Sabin, A. - Syverton, J

Box 8, Folder 7

1952: Taylor, R. - The Virtis Co

Box 9, Folder 1

1952: Walker, D. - Young, G

Box 9, Folder 2

1953: Abbott, R. - Bussey C

Box 9, Folder 3

1953: Carcione and Raspanti - Furth, J

Box 9, Folder 4

1953: Garfinkle, M. - Kruse, H

Box 9, Folder 5

1953: Lacy, C. - Loomis, E

Box 9, Folder 6

1953: Machesney, R. - Oxford University Press, Inc

Box 10, Folder 1

1953: Parran, T. - Rupp, G

Box 10, Folder 2

1953: Shalom Research Farm - Tyler, S

Box 10, Folder 3

1953: University of Pittsburgh - Youngner, J

Box 10, Folder 4

1954: Aiken, F. - Bush, R

Box 10, Folder 5

1954: "C" Street Grocery - Enders, J

Box 10, Folder 6

1954: Falk Clinic - International Biomedical Corp

Box 10, Folder 7

1954: Liberson, D. - Loveless, M

Box 10, Folder 8

1954: Machesney, R. - North, C

Box 11, Folder 1

1954: Pait, C. - Rupp, G

Box 11, Folder 2

1954: Shalom Research Farms - Tumblebrook Farm

Box 11, Folder 3

1954: United States Army - Wydlewood Bird Farm

Box 11, Folder 4

1955: Aiken, M. - American Lincoln

Box 11, Folder 5

1955: American Medical - Avery

Box 11, Folder 6

1955: Babock, H. - Bloom, A

Box 11, Folder 7

1955: Boas, P. - Busis, S

Box 12, Folder 1

1955: California Foundation - Common Cold Foundation

Box 12, Folder 2

1955: Common Cold Foundation - Czekalowski, J

Box 12, Folder 3

1955: Daily News - Excerpta Medica

General note

Dubovik: Telegram regarding fear of mass polio inoculations. Letter from Dr. Salk to President Eisenhower.
Box 12, Folder 4

1955: Falk, L - The Fuller Brush Company

Box 12, Folder 5

1955: Gabriel, M - Grimley, P

Box 12, Folder 6

1955: Haas, E. - Hyland Laboratories

Box 13, Folder 1

1955: State of Illinois - Klyman, J

Box 13, Folder 2

1955: Kneeland, Y. - Kurt, E

Box 13, Folder 3

1955: Lacorte, J. - Lytle, J

Box 13, Folder 4

1955: Limbach Company - Lwoff, A

Box 13, Folder 5

1955: Macdonald, R. - Montague, E

Box 13, Folder 6

1955: Moolten, S. - Mustakallio, E

Box 14, Folder 1

1955: Nagler, F. - Notti, H

General note

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis: Copies of speech by Dr. Salk on September 11, 1955.
Box 14, Folder 2

1955: Laboratorios Ocefa - Oxford University Press, Inc

General note

Correspondence between Dr. Salk and Basil O'Connor.
Box 14, Folder 3

1955: Pallini, C. - Pevaroff, J

Box 14, Folder 4

1955: Pfizer Laboratories - Purchasing Bureau

Box 14, Folder 5

1955: Quesada, L. - Rusk, H

Box 14, Folder 6

1955: Sabin, A. - Singleton, W

Box 15, Folder 1

1955: Slack, H. - Szerda, F

Box 15, Folder 2

1955: Taconic Farms, Inc. - Utah State Agricultural College

Box 15, Folder 3

1955: Van Riper, H. - Voss, G

Box 15, Folder 4

1955: Wahl, N. - World Health Organization

General note

Includes telegram from Warner Bros. Motion Picture Studios suggesting movie of Dr. Salk's life.
Box 15, Folder 5

1955: World Health Organization - Youngner, J

Box 15, Folder 6

1956: Aaron, H. - American Heritage

Box 15, Folder 7

1956: American Instrument - American Zionist

Box 16, Folder 1

1956: Anderson, B. - Ayres, B.

Box 16, Folder 2

1956: Baird, K. - Bnai B'rith Young Adults

General note

Barton: Tribute to Dr. Salk from school children.
Box 16, Folder 3

1956: Bodian, D. - Buzzard, J

Box 16, Folder 4

1956: Cady, E. - Cloutier, M

Box 16, Folder 5

1956: Cochrane, W. - Cyma Watch Co

Box 17, Folder 1

1956: D'Alessandro, G. - DeVries, S

General note

Letter from U.S. Senator Irwin Davidson, who introduced bill to award Congressional Gold Medal to Dr. Salk.
Box 17, Folder 2

1956: Diamond, H. - Dyer, F

Box 17, Folder 3

1956: Eagle, H. - Eyler, D

Box 17, Folder 4

1956: Fackler, E. - Flynn, E

Box 17, Folder 5

1956: Foa, P. - Funk and Wagnalls

General note

Letter from R. Buckminster Fuller.
Box 17, Folder 6

1956: Gallaudet College - Gow, S

Box 17, Folder 7

1956: Grand, I. - Gutierrez

Box 17, Folder 8

1956: Haas, R. - Hirshenbaum, G

Box 18, Folder 1

1956: Hoban, G. - Hyman, G

Box 18, Folder 2

1956: Iben, J. - Ittel, W

Box 18, Folder 3

1956: Jack and Jill of America, Inc. - Joyner, C

Box 18, Folder 4

1956: Kahl, W. - Knox, R

Box 18, Folder 5

1956: Koch, A. - Kunes, R

Box 18, Folder 6

1956: Labovitz, E. - Lewis, L

Box 18, Folder 7

1956: Licht, A. - Lyons City Elementary Schools

Box 19, Folder 1

1956: MacCormick, C. - Medical Proceedings

Box 19, Folder 2

1956: Medico-Chirurgical Society of the District of Columbia, Inc. - Murdock, T

Box 19, Folder 3

1956: Murray, L. - Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association, Omaha

Box 19, Folder 4

1956: Nadell, H. - National Tuberculosis Association

Box 19, Folder 5

1956: Nebraska, University of - Nyden, S

Box 19, Folder 6

1956: Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Overstreet, H

Box 19, Folder 7

1956: Pakistan Medical Profession Conference - Phillips, J

Box 20, Folder 1

1956: Hotel Pierre - Queens, Medical Society of the County of

Box 20, Folder 2

1956: Racker, R. - Rivers, T

Box 20, Folder 3

1956: Roanoke Memorial Hospital - Ryerson, J

Box 20, Folder 4

1956: Sabin, A. - Schweitzer, L

Box 20, Folder 5

1956: Science Service - Slothur, M

Box 20, Folder 6

1956: Smadel, J. - Stegen, E

Box 21, Folder 1

1956: Stein, M. - Syrek, J

Box 21, Folder 2

1956: Talbot, E. - Turner, J

General note

Letter from former President Harry S. Truman.
Box 21, Folder 3

1956: Ubell, E. - Universum Press

Box 21, Folder 4

1956: Valiela, J, - Von Magnus, H

Box 21, Folder 5

1956: Wachsburger, S. - Who's Who, The Office of

Box 21, Folder 6

1956: Wickner, I. - Wright, G

Box 22, Folder 1

1956: Yanes - Zuckerman, S

Box 22, Folder 2

1957: American College of Physicians - American Type Culture Collection

Box 22, Folder 3

1957: Armbaugh, H. - Ayres, R

Box 22, Folder 4

1957: Abatantuono, A. - American Association for the Advancement of Science

Box 22, Folder 5

1957: Bagnato, D. - Bloomgarden, M

Box 22, Folder 6

1957: B'nai B'rith - British Society for Applied Bacteriology

Box 23, Folder 1

1957: Brooklyn College - Byron, E

Box 23, Folder 2

1957: Cain, J. - Cleveland, City Hospital

Box 23, Folder 3

1957: Coelho, C. - Cutright, L

Box 23, Folder 4

1957: Dallas Times Herald - Dwiewinski, A

Box 23, Folder 5

1957: Eaton, O. - Executives' Club of Chicago

Box 23, Folder 6

1957: Fairless, B. - Foye, A

Box 23, Folder 7

1957: Frances, J. - Fulton, J

General note

Letter from R. Buckminster Fuller with copy of poem dedicated to Dr. Salk entitled "A Comprehensive Anticipatory Science of Design."
Box 24, Folder 1

1957: Gagliardi, F. - Gow, S

Box 24, Folder 2

1957: Grabau, E. - Gutierrez-Villegas, L

Box 24, Folder 3

1957: Haas, R. - Hettinger, W

General note

Letter from Leicester Hemingway, brother of Ernest.
Box 24, Folder 4

1957: Hill, B. - Hynes, T

Box 24, Folder 5

1957: Illinois State Medical Society - Irwin, W

Box 24, Folder 6

1957: Israel - Ivry, M

Box 24, Folder 7

1957: Jackinson, A. - Jung

Box 24, Folder 8

1957: Kamen, G. - Kotula, D

General note

Letter from Helen Keller.
Box 24, Folder 9

1957: Kramer, M. - Kunz, C

Box 25, Folder 1

1957: Lackawanna County Medial Society - Lewis, R

Box 25, Folder 2

1957: Liben, D. - Lynch, E

Box 25, Folder 3

1957: Maas, P. - Mayo Clinic

Box 25, Folder 4

1957: McAlarnery, W. - Mexico, Centro de Estudios Sobre Poliomyelitis

Box 25, Folder 5

1957: Michelson, I. - Moutlock, L

Box 25, Folder 6

1957: Mulcahy, R. - Murray-Green Award

Box 25, Folder 7

1957: Nagaswami, S. - National Education Association

Box 26, Folder 1

1957: National Father's Day Committee - National Supply Management Club

Box 26, Folder 2

1957: Nehaul, B. - Numeroff, W

Box 26, Folder 3

1957: Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Owens-Illinois

Box 26, Folder 4

1957: Pace, F. - Pennsylvania State University

General note

Correspondence with Linus Pauling regarding an open letter to American scientists on the halt of nuclear testing.
Box 26, Folder 5

1957: Pepler, A. - Plafker, M

Box 26, Folder 6

1957: Polio Advisory Committee - Quirk, T

Box 26, Folder 7

1957: Rabier, C. - Rutschman, S

Box 26, Folder 8

1957: Sack, H. - Scott, J

Box 27, Folder 1

1957: Seaborad and Western Airlines - Sisneros, O

Box 27, Folder 2

1957: Skokan, E. - Szilard, L

Box 27, Folder 3

1957: Tamas, G. - Tuskegee Institute

Box 27, Folder 4

1957: Ubell, E. - Von Magnus, H

Box 27, Folder 5

1957: Wacker, M. - Wettach, G

Box 27, Folder 6

1957: White, W. - Wyeth Laboratories, Inc

Box 27, Folder 7

1957: Yablonky, A. - Zugsmith, T

Box 28, Folder 1

1958: Abraham, M. - American Academy of Microbiology

Box 28, Folder 2

1958: American Academy of Pediatrics - American Medical Center at Denver

Box 28, Folder 3

1958: American News Service - Argonne Company, Inc

Box 28, Folder 4

1958: Armed Forces Epidemiological Board - Authenticated News

Box 28, Folder 5

1958: Bacher, E. - Bishup, G

General note

Baudovas: Envelope addressed simply "Dr. Salk, USA" successfully delivered.
Box 28, Folder 6

1958: Blacker, M. - Brazilian News Service

Box 28, Folder 7

1958: Bredernitz, J. - Bzuro, H

Box 29, Folder 1

1958: Cahan, A. - Cleary, T

Box 29, Folder 2

1958: Coburn, A. - Currier, D

Box 29, Folder 3

1958: Dalidorf - Dexter, F

Box 29, Folder 4

1958: Diamond, J. - Dzirgurski, O

Box 29, Folder 5

1958: Earthman, M. - Excerpta Medica Foundation

Box 29, Folder 6

1958: Fabricante, M. - Flynn, E

Box 29, Folder 7

1958: Fogelman, H. - French, H

General note

Freedom Fund: Essay on freedom by Dr. Salk.
Box 30, Folder 1

1958: Gabel, H. - Goffe, A

Box 30, Folder 2

1958: Goldburg Memorial - Gyorgy, A

General note

Gutman: Envelope addressed to "Dr. Salk, the famous conqueror of polio, USA."
Box 30, Folder 3

1958: Hadassah Hebrew University - Hazerstrom, R

Box 30, Folder 4

1958: Heavenrich, R. - Hoffman, R

Box 30, Folder 5

1958: Holiber, B. - Hyde, H

Box 30, Folder 6

1958: Iams, J. - Issels

Box 30, Folder 7

1958: Jackson, A. - Joseph, S

Box 30, Folder 8

1958: Kabrisky, M. - Kevoe, M

Box 31, Folder 1

1958: Khayat, I. - Kutsick, R

Box 31, Folder 2

1958: LaFontaine, G. - Lewis, J

Box 31, Folder 3

1958: Lickey, V. - Luria, J

Box 31, Folder 4

1958: Maas, O. - Mayerberg, E

Box 31, Folder 5

1958: Mc Cabe, J. - Menke

Box 31, Folder 6

1958: Merck and Company - Montreal, Universite de

Box 32, Folder 1

1958: Mooney, J. - Myers, R

Box 32, Folder 2

1958: Nadal, G. - The National Foundation

Box 32, Folder 3

1958: National Institute of Health - Nussbaum, H

Box 32, Folder 4

1958: Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Pfizer Laboratories

General note

Telegrams to/from Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer.
Box 32, Folder 5

1958: Phelps, C.- Quaker Valley Joint Schools

Box 32, Folder 6

1958: Racine, G. - Rizzo, A

Box 33, Folder 1

1958: Robbins, B. - Roosevelt University

General note

Includes letter from Eleanor Roosevelt.
Box 33, Folder 2

1958: Rose, F. - Rystan Company

Box 33, Folder 3

1958: Sabah, E. - Schwope, R

General note

Correspondence with Dr. Albert Sabin.
Box 33, Folder 4

1958: Scientific Glass Instrument Company - Smithsonian Institution

Box 33, Folder 5

1958: Soffel, S. - Syverton, J

Box 33, Folder 6

1958: Talge, H. - Twardon, D

Box 34, Folder 1

1958: Uhl, W. - Vorhies, J

Box 34, Folder 2

1958: Wagner, T. - The Western Union Telegraph Company

Box 34, Folder 3

1958: Wheatley, W. - Wygard, R

Box 34, Folder 4

1958: Yakel, S. - Zwillman, B

Box 34, Folder 5

1959: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - Ammons, P

General note

American Academy of Arts and Sciences: Telegram from Dr. Roger Revelle regarding world security and nuclear arms.
Box 34, Folder 6

1959: Anderson, H. - Aupke, J

Box 34, Folder 7

1959: Baby Talk - Bertovich, M

Box 34, Folder 8

1959: Best, V. - Boy Scouts of America

Box 35, Folder 1

1959: Bradley, W. - Byrd, S

Box 35, Folder 2

1959: California Corporation for Biochemical Research - Coker, R

Box 35, Folder 3

1959: Coleman, P. - Cytogenerator

Box 35, Folder 4

1959: Daignault, A. - Dustin, R

Box 35, Folder 5

1959: Early, S. - Evans, M

Box 35, Folder 6

1959: Fabricant, H. - Fox, E

Box 35, Folder 7

1959: Frahm, K. - Furstenberg, F

Box 35, Folder 8

1959: Gabauer, M. - Goulet, J

Box 36, Folder 1

1959: Grand, I. - Heymann, P

Box 36, Folder 2

1959: Hicks, M. - Hyde, J

Box 36, Folder 3

1959: Iezzoni, D. - Journal of the American Medical Association

Box 36, Folder 4

1959: Kahn, H. - Kushner, S

Box 36, Folder 5

1959: LaBounta, S. - Levy, E

Box 36, Folder 6

1959: Lightner, D. - Lydic, F

Box 36, Folder 7

1959: Macciarello, L. - McWain, M

Box 36, Folder 8

1959: Meates, R. - Mythen, M

Box 37, Folder 1

1959: Nagamine, R. - National Institutes of Health

Box 37, Folder 2

1959: National Institutes of Health - Nussbaum, S

Box 37, Folder 3

1959: Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Pfizer Laboratories

Box 37, Folder 4

1959: Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association - Puck, T

Box 37, Folder 5

1959: Rail Travel Credit Agency - Romutis, B

Box 37, Folder 6

1959: Rood, R. - Ryback, M

Box 37, Folder 7

1959: Sa, A. - Shugart, J

Box 38, Folder 1

1959: Silberman, S. - Szilard, L

Box 38, Folder 2

1959: Tacoma-Tol, A. - Trans World Airlines, Inc

Box 38, Folder 3

1959: UDR - Watson Home

Box 38, Folder 4

1959: Webb, J. - Wyngaarden, M

Box 38, Folder 5

1959: Yeshiva University - Zukel, W

Box 38, Folder 6

1960: Abraham, S. - Ayre, E

Box 38, Folder 7

1960: Baber, C. - B'nai B'rith

Box 39, Folder 1

1960: Boehm, D. - Byers, B

Box 39, Folder 2

1960: Cadillac Associates, Inc. - Cline, W

Box 39, Folder 3

1960: Cochrane, F. - Cutler

Box 39, Folder 4

1960: Dabney, W. - Eylan, O

Box 39, Folder 5

1960: Fabrizio, M. - Frommhagen, L

Box 39, Folder 6

1960: Gacher, J. - Gzink, A

Box 39, Folder 7

1960: Haines, C. - Heidelberger, M

General note

Letter from W. Averell Harriman.
Box 40, Folder 1

1960: Heneman, H. - The Hutchinson Products Company

Box 40, Folder 2

1960: Inmah, J. - Iwen, D

General note

Israel: Letter from Abba Eban.
Box 40, Folder 3

1960: Jackson Memorial Laboratory

Box 40, Folder 4

1960: Laboratory Animals Corporation

Box 40, Folder 5

1960: Lientz, O. - Lytle, H

Box 40, Folder 6

1960: MacEachron, D. - Mental Health Association

Box 40, Folder 7

1960: Mercer, J. - Murrow, E

Box 41, Folder 1

1960: Nadel, R. - The National Foundation

Box 41, Folder 2

1960: National Science Foundation - Oxenhorn, M

Box 41, Folder 3

1960: Pagliai, A. - Quilligan, J

Box 41, Folder 4

1960: Rabinowitz, S. - Ryder, S

Box 41, Folder 5

1960: Sacks, J. - Smith, W

Box 41, Folder 6

1960: Snyder, M. - Trans World Airlines

Box 41, Folder 7

1960: Uleirtch, J. - Vook, J

General note

Letter from Dr. Harold C. Urey.
Box 42, Folder 1

1960: Wade, A. - Wu, H

Box 42, Folder 2

1960: Yaba Academy - Zinkhan, W

Box 42, Folder 3

1961: Aaron, H. - AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYGIENE

Box 42, Folder 4

1961: American Medical Association - Auerbach, M

Box 42, Folder 5

1961: Bacal, J. - Better Built Machinery Corporation

Box 42, Folder 6

1961: Billieu, S. - Byers, R

Box 42, Folder 7

1961: Cabe, R. - Cutler, J

General note

Cleary and Conover: News article/correspondence regarding the Salk/Sabin vaccine controversy and the A.M.A.
Box 43, Folder 1

1961: Daedalus - Dynes, S

Box 43, Folder 2

1961: Eddy, B. - Ewing, G

Box 43, Folder 3

1961: Fairless - Fulton, J

Box 43, Folder 4

1961: Gaillard, E. - Guesman, A

Box 43, Folder 5

1961: Hadassah - Hutchinson, D

Box 43, Folder 6

1961: Inaugural Committee - Jones, O

Box 43, Folder 7

1961: Kahn, Louis - Kuznekoff, S

Box 44, Folder 1

1961: Lampee, R. - Lutz, F

Box 44, Folder 2

1961: Macdonald, J. - Merz, R

Box 44, Folder 3

1961: Mexicon, El Siglo de Torreon - Myers, K

Box 44, Folder 4

1961: Nasatir, A. - Navid, L

Box 44, Folder 5

1961: Neilson, D. - Overmyer, R

Box 44, Folder 6

1961: Packham, D. - Procter Gamble Distributing Company

Box 44, Folder 7

1961: Public Auditorium Authority - Queneuille

General note

Public Health Service: Publicity materials from immunization campaign, including poster and buttons.
Box 45, Folder 1

1961: Ravdin, I. - Ryback, J

Box 45, Folder 2

1961: Sacher - Slocum, R

Box 45, Folder 3

1961: Smalley, J. - Szilard, L

Box 45, Folder 4

1961: Talbot, C. - Von Magnus, H

General note

Letter from Dr. Urey to U.S. President expressing opposition to passage of McCarran Internal Security Act.
Box 45, Folder 5

1961: Waddington - Zuccala, G

Box 45, Folder 6

1962: Aaron, H. - Australian Broadcasting Commission

Box 45, Folder 7

1962: Baade, E. - Blumenthal, J

Box 46, Folder 1

1962: B'nai B'rith Women - Bussey, E

Box 46, Folder 2

1962: Caneda, J. - Cook, R

Box 46, Folder 3

1962: Cook, T. - Cutler, J

Box 46, Folder 4

1962: Daily Mail - Electric Heat Control Apparatus Co

Box 46, Folder 5

1962: Emery, G. - Fulwiler, M

Box 46, Folder 6

1962: Gallagher, B. - Gulyas, L

Box 46, Folder 7

1962: Hablett, T. - HuFiLoRe

Box 47, Folder 1

1962: Institute of Medical Physics - Kubie, L

Box 47, Folder 2

1962: Laboratory Planning Consultants - Laurence, W

Box 47, Folder 3

1962: Leavy, W. - Lyons, W

Box 47, Folder 4

1962: Macallister, J. - Meyer, B

General note

Metro Goldwyn Mayer: Request to use Dr. Salk's name in "Dr. Kildare" movie.
Box 47, Folder 5

1962: Micro Chemical Specialties Company - Murray, R

Box 47, Folder 6

1962: Nalge Company, Inc. - Nuclide Analysis Associates

Box 48, Folder 1

1962: Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Petroff, P

Box 48, Folder 2

1962: Phillips, D. - Quadir, A

Box 48, Folder 3

1962: Raalte, D. - Ryback, J

Box 48, Folder 4

1962: Sadowski, L. - Shultz, L

Box 48, Folder 5

1962: Sides, L. - Tsingourakos, T

Box 48, Folder 6

1962: Ulmer, M. - Wayland, L

Box 48, Folder 7

1962: Weaver - Zweig, A

Box 49, Folder 1

1963: Chronological File

Box 49, Folder 2

1963: Chronological File

Box 49, Folder 3

1963: Chronological File

Box 49, Folder 4

1963: Chronological File

Box 49, Folder 5

1963: Chronological File

Box 49, Folder 6

1963: Abramson, M. - American Association of University Professors

Box 49, Folder 7

1963: American Cancer Society, Inc. - American Public Health Association, Inc

Box 49, Folder 8

1963: American Society for Clinical Investigation - Athenian School

Box 50, Folder 1

1963: Bacigalupi, W. - Bush, R

Box 50, Folder 2

1963: Caisse, L. - Crotty, W

Box 50, Folder 3

1963: Dahlin, T. - Dunn, C

Box 50, Folder 4

1963: Eby, R. - Eta Iota of Sigma Nu Fraternity

Box 50, Folder 5

1963: FACT - Futrelle, R

Box 50, Folder 6

1963: Gardner, A. - Guttmacher, A

Box 51, Folder 1

1963: Hall, H. - Huxley, A

Box 51, Folder 2

1963: Ideal Nurses Uniform Shop - King, Charles

Box 51, Folder 3

1963: Klone, W. - Lester, B

Box 51, Folder 4

1963: Leuchtenberger, C. - Ley, J

Box 51, Folder 5

1963: Liebmann, Erich

Box 51, Folder 6

1963: Mack, A. - Miller, M

Box 51, Folder 7

1963: Moeller, W. - Oundijian, M

Box 52, Folder 1

1963: Pagnard, S. - Pyles, G

Box 52, Folder 2

1963: Rand Corporation - Schilling, F

Box 52, Folder 4

1963: Siem, R. - Sweets Pathology Laboratory

Box 52, Folder 5

1963: Talone Packing Company - Veterans Administration

Box 52, Folder 6

1963: Vignola, H. - Westland Company, Inc

Box 52, Folder 7

1963: Whaley, J. - Zuckerman, F

Box 53, Folder 1

1964: Accorners, F. - Ames Company, Inc

Box 53, Folder 2

1964: Anderson, H. - Avery, J

Box 53, Folder 3

1964: Bachrach, J. - Bishop, A

Box 53, Folder 4

1964: Blackwell, D. - Butte Business College

Box 53, Folder 5

1964: Cabot, B. - Cwiklik, R

Box 53, Folder 6

1964: Dailey, L. - Department of State. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

Box 53, Folder 7

1964: Falk, L. - Gerson, G

Box 54, Folder 1

1964: Gianlis, S. - Hirsch, P

Box 54, Folder 2

1964: Hoffman, D. - Keynan, A

Box 54, Folder 3

1964: KFMB-TV - Lewis, H

Box 54, Folder 4

1964: LIFE - McNichols, S

Box 54, Folder 5

1964: Medical Bureau, Inc. - Murrow, E

Box 54, Folder 6

1964: National Council for Civic Responsibility - Owens, G

Box 54, Folder 7

1964: Page, I. - Quarnstrom, D

Box 55, Folder 1

1964: Radjiminski, W. - Saunders, R

Box 55, Folder 2

1964: Scaletta, F. - Staverman, F

Box 55, Folder 3

1964: Stewart, R. - Urschel, H

Box 55, Folder 4

1964: Vagel, F. - Westlake, F

Box 55, Folder 5

1964: Wichmann, L. - Zuccala Research Laboratories

Box 55, Folder 6

1965: Abramovitz, M. - American Association for the Advancement of Science

Box 55, Folder 7

1965: American Cancer Society, Inc. - Augustus, M

Box 56, Folder 1

1965: Bailey, B. - Brein, A

Box 56, Folder 2

1965: British Broadcasting Corp. - Christian Faith and Higher Education Institute

Box 56, Folder 3

1965: Citizens United - Cohen S

Box 56, Folder 4

1965: Coleman, J. - Curtis Publishing Company

Box 56, Folder 5

1965: Daniels, C. - Eshbach, R

Box 56, Folder 6

1965: Fairchild, N. - Furniture

Box 56, Folder 7

1965: Gallway, R. - Gyenes, J

Box 57, Folder 1

1965: Hadden, E. - Hirschhorn, K

Box 57, Folder 2

1965: Hodges, S. - Hyman, M

Box 57, Folder 3

1965: I.B.M. - Jungmann, M

Box 57, Folder 4

1965: Kalafsky, L. - Kuester, J

Box 57, Folder 5

1965: Laboratory and Clinical Medicine - Lynch, K

Box 57, Folder 6

1965: MacAllister, J. - Mitchell, R

Box 57, Folder 7

1965: Mock, S. - Neutra, R

Box 58, Folder 1

1965: Neva, F. - Ow, D

Box 58, Folder 2

1965: Page, L - Moore, H

Box 58, Folder 3

1965: Portella, O. - Ryback, J

Box 58, Folder 4

1965: Sabin, A. - Shomo, P

Box 58, Folder 5

1965: Talbot, I. - Tyger, E

Box 58, Folder 6

1965: University of Pittsburgh - Upton, J

Box 59, Folder 1

1965: Sicilia, M. - Szilard, G

General note

Letter to Dr. Benjamin Spock from Dr. Salk regarding the Vietnam War.
Box 59, Folder 2

1965: Van Raalte, D. - Winslow, J

Box 59, Folder 3

1965: Wisdom - Zyski, S

Box 59, Folder 4

1966: Abe, S. - Austin

Box 59, Folder 5

1966: Bachrach, S. - Byrne, E

Box 59, Folder 6

1966: Cabana, S. - Cummings, R

Box 60, Folder 1

1966: Daffra, S. - Dutton, A

General note

Doyle: Useful background material regarding the Salk Institute.
Box 60, Folder 2

1966: Ebstel, J. - Fuerst, M

Box 60, Folder 3

1966: Galanter, E. - Guifoile, T

Box 60, Folder 4

1966: Haber, L. - Huse, C

Box 60, Folder 5

1966: Idding, C. - Jurkiewiez, E

Box 60, Folder 6

1966: Kader, A. - Kuhn, M

Box 60, Folder 7

1966: Lab-Line Instruments, Inc. - Lowres, A

Box 61, Folder 1

1966: MacAllister, J. - Metcalf, R

General note

Meselson: Draft letter handwritten by Dr. Salk regarding the situation in Vietnam.
Box 61, Folder 2

1966: Microbiological Associates - Menzak, M

Box 61, Folder 3

1966: Panken, E. - Kimball, J

Box 61, Folder 4

1966: Picard, F. - Planned Parenthood World Population

Box 61, Folder 5

1966: Polanyi, M. - Ryback, J

Box 61, Folder 6

1966: Saint James' Academy - Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research

Box 62, Folder 1

1966: Talbot, A. - Tuttle, P

Box 62, Folder 2

1966: United Jewish Appeal - Uptegrove, P

Box 62, Folder 3

1966: Van Erkel, G. - Western Union

Box 62, Folder 5

1966: White, L. - Zwillinger, G

Box 62, Folder 6

1967: AAAA - Avis

Box 63, Folder 1

1967: Babineau, C. - Buzzati-Traverso, A

Box 63, Folder 2

1967: Cancer - Crowe, T

Box 63, Folder 3

1967: Dail, A. - Excerpta Medica Foundation

Box 63, Folder 4

1967: Fact - Furner, J

Box 63, Folder 5

1967: Galanter, E. - Haynie, P

Box 63, Folder 6

1967: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Hyldon, J

Box 63, Folder 7

1967: Imerchein, R. - Julian, M

Box 64, Folder 1

1967: Kachani, P. - Kurasnik, F

Box 64, Folder 2

1967: Laade, R. - Magidson, R

Box 64, Folder 3

1967: Man on Earth - Myers, B

Box 64, Folder 4

1967: Nahstadt, K. - Northwood Institute

Box 64, Folder 5

1967: Oberg, R. - ORT

Box 64, Folder 6

1967: Pace, J. - Quinn, B

Box 64, Folder 7

1967: Radio Corporation of America - Ryback, J

Box 65, Folder 1

1967: Saffro and Associates - Summerson, J

General note

Sioussat: News clipping which mentions Dr. Salk saving a drowning boy in 1953.
Box 65, Folder 2

1967: Talmage, M. -Tryendreych, K

Box 65, Folder 3

1967: UAW - Urrows, H

Box 65, Folder 4

1967: Vance, D. - Wishik, R

Box 65, Folder 5

1967: Wolf, E. - Zwibel, C

Box 65, Folder 6

1968, April - June: Chronological file

Box 65, Folder 7

1968, July - December: Chronological file

Box 65, Folder 8

1968: Action on Smoking and Health - Doerr, C

Box 66, Folder 1

1968: Edlow, D. - Fuller, R

Box 66, Folder 2

1968: Granich, B. - Krinsky, E

Box 66, Folder 3

1968: Levin, B. - The Muses

Box 66, Folder 4

1968: National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council - Szombati, A

Box 66, Folder 5

1968: Toynbee - Zambia. National Council for Scientific Research

Box 66, Folder 6

1969, January: Chronological file

Box 66, Folder 7-8

1969, May - December: Chronological file

Box 67, Folder 1

1969: American Association for the Advancement of Science - Ducas, D

Box 67, Folder 2

1969: Elkes, J. - Josepho, B

Box 67, Folder 3

1969: Kaplan, S. - Oversees Press Club

General note

Moses: Article in 1968 Medical World News regarding Dr. Salk and the Salk Institute. Lavin: Article in 1969 Scientific Research regarding the Salk Institute. New York Sunday News interview with Dr. Salk.
Box 67, Folder 4

1969: Pace, B. - Seybold, W

Box 67, Folder 5

1969: Shapiro, N. - Yurochko, F

Box 67, Folder 6-7

1970, January - June: Chronological file

Box 68, Folder 1

1970, July - December: Chronological file

Box 68, Folder 2

1970: Aerospace Corporation - Escoffier-Lambiotte, C

Box 68, Folder 3

1970: Faculte des Sciences de Paris - Kopelson, T

Box 68, Folder 4

1970: Laborit, H. - Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America

Box 68, Folder 5

1970: National Aeronautics and Space Administration - Public Health Research Institute

General note

Nixon: Draft letter handwritten by Dr. Salk to President Richard M. Nixon urging an end to the Vietnam War.
Box 68, Folder 6

1970: Rafi, A. - Szombati, A

Box 68, Folder 7

1970: Tai, Fu-Hsiang - Young Presidents' Organization, Inc

Box 69, Folder 1-4

1971, January - December: Chronological file

Box 69, Folder 5

1971: American Cancer Society, Inc. - Evening Tribune

Box 69, Folder 6

1971: Factor, T. - Hoffman

Box 69, Folder 7

1971: International Bach Society, Inc. - Noyes, D

Box 70, Folder 1

1971: Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Tureck, R

Box 70, Folder 2

1971: UNESCO - Zamchek, N

Box 70, Folder 3-4

1972, January - June: Chronological file

Box 70, Folder 5

1972, August - December: Chronological file

Box 70, Folder 6

1972: Abrahms, H. - Btesh, S

Box 70, Folder 7

1972: Crum, J. - Else, G

Box 71, Folder 1

1972: Falk, L. - Handler, A

Box 71, Folder 2

1972: Heidger, P. - Murray, M

Box 71, Folder 3

1972: Nathan, R. - Principe, J

Box 71, Folder 4

1972: Bernstein, R. - Drom, R

Box 71, Folder 5

1972: Unger, R. - Zellerbach Paper Company

Box 71, Folder 6-7

1973, January - July: Chronological file

Box 72, Folder 1-2

1973, August - December: Chronological file

Box 72, Folder 3

1973: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company - Burhoe, R

Box 72, Folder 4

1973: Charmasson, C. - Guillemin, R

Box 72, Folder 5

1973: Hahn, M. - Kurtz, H

Box 72, Folder 6

1973: La Jolla Town Council - Mesa, Arizona

Box 72, Folder 7

1973: Moretti, B. - Rusk, H

Box 73, Folder 1

1973: Salk, E. - Streitfeld, F

Box 73, Folder 2

1973: Taylor, A. - Voth, H

Box 73, Folder 3

1973: Wade, N. - Young, R

Box 73, Folder 4-6

1974, January - December: Chronological file

Box 73, Folder 7

1974: Abernathy, F. - Crothers, M

Box 74, Folder 1

1974: Daddario, E. - Foundation for Child Development

Box 74, Folder 2

1974: Gardiner, H. - Hyde, A

Box 74, Folder 3

1974: Caldwell, L. - Louv, R

Box 74, Folder 4

1974: MacKenty, K. - Nyingma Institute

Box 74, Folder 5

1974: Ottenstein, V. - Grant, K

Box 74, Folder 6

1974: Samples, R. - Thompson, D

Box 74, Folder 7

1974: Van Gool, A. - Ziemba, J

Box 75, Folder 1-3

1975, January - December: Chronological file

Box 75, Folder 4

1975: Air France - Curative Workshop of Green Bay

Box 75, Folder 5

1975: Dagit, C. - Glazer, G

Box 75, Folder 6

1975: Goldberg, J. - Herman, J

Box 76, Folder 1

1975: Hobby, O. - Lydle, J

Box 76, Folder 2

1975: Vaill, A. - Oxholm, N

Box 76, Folder 3

1975: Pattee, H. - Trefouel, J

Box 76, Folder 4

1975: Unigate Paedriatic Workshops

Box 76, Folder 5-7

1976, January - August: Chronological file

Box 77, Folder 1-2

1976, September - December: Chronological file

Box 77, Folder 3

1976: Academy for Educational Development, Inc. - Butterfly Media Dimensions

Box 77, Folder 4

1976: Calhoun, J. - Erickson, D

Box 77, Folder 5

1976: Fair - Huyglen, C

Box 77, Folder 6

1976: Immordino, S. - Lucas, T

Box 77, Folder 7

1976: MacDonald, R. - Quest Books

Box 78, Folder 1

1976: Ranganathan, R. - Russell, R

Box 78, Folder 2

1976: Cohen, S. - Swan, S

Box 78, Folder 3

1976: Talge, H. - Zane, J

Box 78, Folder 4-8

1977, January - June: Chronological file

Box 79, Folder 1-3

1977, July - December: Chronological file

Box 79, Folder 4

1977: Abrams, I. - Castaneda, M

Box 79, Folder 5

1977: Center, The - Explorers Club

Box 79, Folder 6

1977: Fabrey, J. - Jubal Trio

Box 80, Folder 1

1977: Karasik, S. - Mohonk Mountain House

General note

Letter from Dr. Henry Kissinger.
Box 80, Folder 2

1977: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People - Puck, T

Box 80, Folder 3

1977: Radu, N. - Shri Ram Institute for Industrial Research

Box 80, Folder 4

1977: Sills, B. - Victor, P

Box 80, Folder 5

1977: Wain, P. - Wurzburger, O

Box 80, Folder 6

1978, January - April: Chronological file

Box 81, Folder 1-2

1978, May - December: Chronological file

Box 81, Folder 3

1978: Alcopley - Culver, G

Box 81, Folder 4

1978: Danielli, J. - Hunt, J

Box 81, Folder 5

1978: Immunology Research Foundation - Martin, P

Box 82, Folder 1

1978: Marx, O. - Phillips, G

Box 82, Folder 2

1978: Pick, J. - Swan, S

Box 82, Folder 3

1978: Taylor, A. - Zumwalt, E

Box 82, Folder 4-6

1979, January - September: Chronological file

Box 83, Folder 1

1979, October - December: Chronological file

Box 83, Folder 2

1979: Abrams, H. - Buzzati-Traverso, A

Box 83, Folder 3

1979: Carter, J. - Evans, H

Box 83, Folder 4

1979: Falk, D. - Gross, G

Box 83, Folder 5

1979: Halsman, P. - JCA Literary Agency, Inc

Box 83, Folder 6

1979: Kaplan - Loeb, J

Box 84, Folder 1

1979: Manas Publishing Company - Safar, P

Box 84, Folder 2

1979: Salas, R. - Turner, T

Box 84, Folder 3

1979: Ubell, E. - Vietor, J

Box 84, Folder 4

1979: Wallach Steel and Metal Company - Weil, S

Box 84, Folder 5-6

1980, January - July: Chronological file

Box 85, Folder 1

1980, August - December: Chronological file

Box 85, Folder 2

1980: Abbey, R. - Cutter Laboratories, Inc

Box 85, Folder 3

1980: Danielson, W. - Evans, H

Box 85, Folder 4

1980: Falk, D. - Lowenthal, A

Box 85, Folder 5

1980: MacMillan, H. - Mutual of Omaha

Box 86, Folder 1

1980: National Council for International Health - Rynearson, R

Box 86, Folder 2

1980: Salk, E. - Troan, J

Box 86, Folder 3

1980: United Nations - Young, M

Box 86, Folder 4-5

1981, January - December: Chronological file

Box 86, Folder 6

1981: ABC News - Cousins, N

Box 87, Folder 2

1981: De La Rochefoucauld, M. - Gullang, D

Box 87, Folder 2

1981: Halifax, J. - Krasney, M

Box 87, Folder 3

1981: Ladimer, I. - Opera Singers Disability Fund

Box 87, Folder 4

1981: Papy, F. - Ruder, W

Box 87, Folder 5

1981: Sakharov, A. - Visual Products, Limited

Box 87, Folder 6

1981: Waisbren, B. - Zoological Society of San Diego

Box 88, Folder 1-2

1982, January - December: Chronological file

Box 88, Folder 3

1982: Allen, M. - Bishop's Schools

Box 88, Folder 4

1982: Blackwood, M. - Creative Initiative

Box 88, Folder 5

1982: Daedelus - Guggenheim, J

Box 88, Folder 6

1982: Haines Lundberg Waehler - Ionic Center

Box 89, Folder 1

1982: Javits, J. - Mingei International Museum of World Folk Art

Box 89, Folder 2

1982: Morton, D. - Ornstein, R

Box 89, Folder 3

1982: Papamarkou, A. - Shelokov, A

Box 89, Folder 4

1982: Sino-American Center for International Scientific Study - Szekely, D

Box 89, Folder 5

1982: Tarcher, J. - Zanella, A

Box 89, Folder 6

1983, January - June: Chronological file

Box 90, Folder 1

1983, July - December: Chronological file

Box 90, Folder 2

1983: Academy for Peace Research - Cox, D

Box 90, Folder 3

1983: Crawshaw, R. - Engvall, D

Box 90, Folder 4

1983: Foster, H. - Jouvet, M

Box 90, Folder 5

1983: Kagan - Museum of Science and Industry

Box 91, Folder 1

1983: Nathans, D. - Ross, G

Box 91, Folder 2

1983: Rubenstein, J. - Saron, B

Box 91, Folder 3

1983: Schmidt, A. - Tuzin, D

Box 91, Folder 4

1983: United States Achievement Academy - Zanders, R

Box 91, Folder 5

Undated correspondence

 

POLIO FILES

Scope and Content of Series

Series 2) POLIO. Voluminous and diverse files relating to Dr. Salk's work on polio, arranged by general subject in the following areas: General correspondence; Antibody studies; Chick embryo studies; Conferences and meetings; Cutter lawsuit; Fan mail; Field trials; Figures, charts, and graphs; Foreign vaccines; Legal testimony; Legislation - Pennsylvania; Live vs. killed virus vaccine material; Manufacturers; Notes of Dr. Salk; Polio vaccination programs; Publications; Publicity; Reports; Research data; School studies; Serological data; Specifications and minimum requirements; Studies (miscellaneous re: polio); Surveillance reports; Testings correspondence; Tissue culture studies; Triply vaccinated material; Vaccine release protocols; Virus typing; Watson Home; and Writings re: polio. The three largest subject areas include general correspondence, conferences and meetings, and fan mail. The correspondence includes a diverse array of communications, including letters between Dr. Salk and members of the medical and pharmaceutical communities and some personal correspondence. An item of particular interest is a 1954 letter from Marlene Dietrich requesting the Salk vaccine for her grandchildren.
Conferences and meeting files include reports, meeting minutes, and related documents of various groups working on the polio problem, such as material from the 1957 Fourth International Polio Conference in Geneva. The folder for the NFIP/NIH Vaccine Advisory Committee meeting of April 12, 1955 contains an original report of the landmark polio field trials of 1954.
Fan mail documents the enormous wave of public approbation and adulation in the aftermath of the 1955 announcement of the success of Salk's vaccine field trials. Letters and telegrams of congratulations and thanks poured in to Dr. Salk's office from around the world. The bulk of this material is dated 1955, and it is organized according to the original arrangement, e.g., letters from children, letters from foreign countries, telegrams, et cetera. Documents of interest in these files include telegrams from Marlon Brando, Helen Hayes and Dr. Salk's former mathematics teacher, all filed under "Telegrams." A telegram from Juan Peron, president of Argentina, is filed in "Letters in Foreign Languages." The size of this body of correspondence, and the tone in which it is written, attest to the impact that the Salk vaccine had on the public.

Restrictions

Materials in the POLIO FILES series are restricted, pending review by the director of Special Collections & Archives.
 

General correspondence

Box 91, Folder 6

1949: Einselen, A. - Van Riper, H

Box 91, Folder 7-8

1950: Bachtold, J. - White, E

Box 92, Folder 1

1951: Alexander, I. - Wood, W

Box 92, Folder 2-4

1952: Alexander, I. - Youmans, J

Box 92, Folder 5

1953: Abrams, H. - Curnen, E

Box 93, Folder 1-6

1953: Dach, M. - Von Magnus, H

Box 94, Folder 1

1953: Waldorf-Astoria Hotel - Younker, B

Box 94, Folder 2-5

1954: Abel, C. - Kyle, C

Box 95, Folder 1-6

1954: Laboratori Smit - Zito, A

Box 96, Folder 1

1955: Bazeley, P. - Wyeth Laboratories

Box 96, Folder 2

1959: Boletin Epidemiologico - Merke-Sharp and Dohme

Box 96, Folder 3

1960: Calderon, C. - Sewickley Valley Hospital

Box 96, Folder 4

1961: AFEB - United States

Box 96, Folder 5

1962: United States

Box 96, Folder 6-9

Adjuvant Study - Allegheny County

 

Antibody Studies

Box 97, Folder 1

Charts # 2-198

Box 97, Folder 2

Charts # 220-372

Box 97, Folder 3

Charts and graphs

Box 97, Folder 4

Charts from "Poliomyelitis Vaccine Preparation and Administration"

Box 97, Folder 5

Charts: Tables # I-IV, Figures # 1-10

Box 97, Folder 6

Collection and Testing of Specimens Taken from Mink at Time of Pelting in Salt Lake Area November - December 1962

Box 97, Folder 7

Rabbit Spleen Cell Autograph-Homograph Project October 1959[?]

 

Chick Embryo Studies

Box 97, Folder 8

Adjuvant experiments

Box 97, Folder 9

Cortisone experiments

Box 97, Folder 10

Unpublished manuscript - "Antibody in Yolk of Eggs and in Serum from Hens Inoculated with Viruses of Influenza and Polio"

Box 97, Folder 11

Clinical material 1956

Box 97, Folder 12

Complement Fixation Technique

 

Conferences and meetings

Box 98, Folder 1-5

Committee on Poliomyelitis Control 1960 - 1961

Box 98, Folder 6-9

Committee on Standards 1948, 1950 - 1951

Box 99, Folder 1

Committee on Standards 1951

Box 99, Folder 2

Conference on Use of Polio Vaccine 1955

 

International Poliomyelitis Conference

Box 99, Folder 3

First conference 1948

Box 99, Folder 4

Second conference 1951

Box 99, Folder 5

Third conference 1954

 

Fourth conference 1957

Box 99, Folder 6

Correspondence, calling cards and notes

Box 99, Folder 7

Newspaper articles

Box 99, Folder 8

Papers presented

Box 100, Folder 1

Photographs

Box 100, Folder 2

Programs

Box 100, Folder 3-4

Publications

Box 100, Folder 5

Receipts

Box 100, Folder 6

Souvenirs

Box 100, Folder 7

Vaccine material

Box 100, Folder 8

Fifth conference 1960

Box 101, Folder 1-2

Fifth conference, cont. 1960

 

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (NFIP) Committee

Box 101, Folder 3

Meeting on Vaccine Advisory and Immunization December 18, 1954

Box 101, Folder 4

Conferences on Tests for Diagnosis re: Polio May 1956

Box 101, Folder 5-6

Vaccine Evaluation Committee Meeting April 12, 1955

 

NFIP and National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Box 101, Folder 7

Meeting November 20, 1954

Box 101, Folder 8

Meeting with manufacturers November 2, 1954

Box 101, Folder 9

Meeting with NIH staff and field representatives October 4, 1955

Box 101, Folder 10

Symposium Immunization on Poliomyelitis March 15-17, 1955

 

Technical Advisory Committee - Meetings and correspondence

Box 101, Folder 11-14

1955, May - July

Box 102, Folder 1-9

1955, August - December

Box 102, Folder 10

1956

Box 103, Folder 1-6

1956, January - February

Box 104, Folder 1-6

1956, April - September

Box 105, Folder 1-5

1956, September - December

Box 105, Folder 6

1957, March

Box 106, Folder 1-6

1957, March

Box 107, Folder 1-5

1957, March - September

Box 107, Folder 6

Tissue Culture Conference September 10, 1952

Box 107, Folder 7

Meeting on Utilization of Vaccine December 7, 1955

Box 108, Folder 1

Virologists re: Vaccine evaluation October 28, 1954

Box 108, Folder 2

Washington Polio Meeting January 7-8, 1948

Box 108, Folder 3-4

World Health Organization Committee on Poliomyelitis November 21-25, 1955

Box 108, Folder 5

Congressional Record re: Polio 1957

 

Cutter lawsuit

Box 108, Folder 6

Article on John Troan 1955

Box 108, Folder 7

Correspondence - Belli

Box 108, Folder 8-9

Correspondence - Public Health Service

Box 109, Folder 1-8

Legal testimony, Volumes IX - XVIII

Box 110, Folder 1

Notes

Box 110, Folder 2

Emulsifiers for Vaccine 1952 - 1960

 

Fan mail

Box 110, Folder 3

Correpondence log

Box 110, Folder 4-5

Donations / envelopes 1955

 

Donations / letters

Box 110, Folder 6-7

Alabama - Massachusetts 1955

Box 111, Folder 1-4

Michigan - Wyoming 1955

Box 111, Folder 5

Foreign countries 1955

Box 111, Folder 6

Cards & telegrams 1955

Box 111, Folder 7

Thank you letters 1955

Box 112, Folder 1

Thank you letters 1955

Box 112, Folder 2, Oversize FB-077-01

Scroll with names of contributors, Jonquiere, Quebec

Box 112, Folder 3

Miscellaneous 1955

Box 112, Folder 4

Inquiry re: treatments 1954

 

Letters from adults

Box 112, Folder 5-7

Alabama - New Jersey 1955

Box 113, Folder 1-3

New York - Wisconsin 1955

Box 113, Folder 4

No address 1955

 

Letters from children

Box 113, Folder 5-6

Alabama - New Jersey 1955

Box 114, Folder 1-2

New York - Wyoming 1955

Box 114, Folder 3

No address 1955

Box 114, Folder 4-5

Letters from organizations 1955

Box 114, Folder 6-7

Letters from foreign countries 1955

 

Letters in a foreign language

Box 115, Folder 1

French 1955

Box 115, Folder 2

German 1955

Box 115, Folder 3

Italian 1955

Box 115, Folder 4

Portuguese 1955

Box 115, Folder 5-7

Spanish 1955

Box 115, Folder 8

Various languages 1955

 

Letters from schools

Box 115, Folder 9-10

Alabama - Florida 1955

Box 116, Folder 1-6

Illinois - New Mexico 1955

Box 117, Folder 1-6

New York - Pennsylvania 1955

Box 118, Folder 1-3

Pennsylvania - Wisconsin 1955

Box 118, Folder 4

Canada - Argentina 1955

Box 118, Folder 5, Oversize MC-036-01

Fulford Elementary School, North Miami Beach, Florida. Class drawing of vaccine process and letter April 12, 1955

Box 118, Folder 6

Letters of congratulation 1955

Box 119, Folder 1

Letters of congratulation - Not answered

Box 119, Folder 2

Poetry and music dedicated to Dr. Salk

Box 119, Folder 3

Requests for aid (Miscellaneous)

Box 119, Folder 4-6

Requests for autographs 1955

Box 119, Folder 7

Requests for information / reports 1955

Box 119, Folder 8

Requests from students 1955

Box 120, Folder 1

Requests (research) 1955

 

Telegrams / congratulations

Box 120, Folder 2, Oversize FB-123-02

Scroll telegram from Winnepeg, Manitoba

Box 120, Folder 3-4

Other telegrams 1955

 

Thank you letters

Box 120, Folder 5-7

A - Z 1955

Box 120, Folder 8

Miscellaneous 1955

Box 121, Folder 1-6

Miscellaneous 1955

Box 121, Folder 7, Oversize FB-072-03

Scroll Letter from Richmond School, Salem, Oregon 1955

Box 121, Folder 8

Memento - Frischwasser 1955

Box 122, Folder 1

Scrolls from children

 

Field trials

Box 123, Folder 1

Correspondence 1953 - 1954

Box 123, Folder 2-3

Evaluation of 1954 field trial of polio vaccine 1953

Box 123, Folder 4

Plans 1953

Box 123, Folder 5

Progress reports / correspondence 1953 - 1954

Box 124, Folder 1

Requests to participate in polio field trials

 

Figures, charts and graphs

Box 124, Folder 2, Oversize FB-247-01

"Charts not matched to negatives"

General note

See also RESEARCH series, "Polio" subseries.
Box 124, Folder 3, Oversize FB-247-02

"Dr. Younger - Survival of Testes"

Box 124, Folder 4-5, Oversize FB-247-03-04

Miscellaneous

Box 124, Folder 6-9, Oversize FB-248-01-04

Miscellaneous

 

Foreign vaccines

Box 124, Folder 10

Correspondence

Box 124, Folder 11

Reports and articles

Box 124, Folder 12

Form letters (original) used in field studies

Box 124, Folder 13

Forms (original) used in polio studies

Box 125, Folder 1

Human vaccine experiments

Box 125, Folder 2

Internal correspondence - Virus Research Lab 1949 - 1952

Box 125, Folder 3

Inventory of equipment

Box 125, Folder 4

Laboratory animals - Article re: use of 1981

Box 125, Folder 5

Laboratory material 1956

Box 125, Folder 6

Laboratory techniques

 

Legal Testimony

Box 125, Folder 7-8

Berkovitz vs. Lederle 1982

Box 125, Folder 9, Oversize FB-072-01

Griffen vs. United States 1972

Box 125, Folder 10, Oversize FB-072-02

Hager vs. American Cyanimid 1976

Box 126, Folder 1-3

Loge vs. United States 1980, 1984

Box 126, Folder 4-7

Sheffield vs. Cutter 1977

Box 127, Folder 1-2

Sheffield vs. Lilly 1977, 1979

 

Legislation - Pennsylvania

Box 127, Folder 3, Oversize FB-073-01

1955, October 6

Box 127, Folder 4

1957, February 19

 

Live vs. Killed virus vaccine material

Box 127, Folder 5

Articles and news releases

Box 127, Folder 6

Broadcast - NBC (Salk and Sabin) August 10, 1962

Box 127, Folder 7

Broadcast - WOR Radio July 12, 1973

 

Correspondence

Box 127, Folder 8-10

1961 - 1962 & 1976

Box 128, Folder 1

American Medical Association 1961

Box 128, Folder 2

U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) and National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (NFIP) 1962

Box 128, Folder 3

Critique by J. Salk of American Medical Association (AMA) - Statement on polio vaccine

 

Data

Box 128, Folder 4-5

Polio incidence and serologic charts

Box 128, Folder 6

Reference Vaccine A

Box 128, Folder 7

Tumor growth in mice

Box 128, Folder 8

Mexico field trials of polio vaccine

Box 128, Folder 9

Oral vaccine legal cases - Correspondence

Box 128, Folder 10

Reports from World Health Organization (WHO)

Box 129, Folder 1-2

Reports and studies

Box 129, Folder 3

Statements and resolutions

Box 129, Folder 4

Statement of American Medical Association on Polio Vaccine June 28, 1961

Box 129, Folder 5

Summary statement of critique by J. Salk re: American Medical Association

Box 129, Folder 6

Technical Committee on Polio - Reports and correspondence

Box 129, Folder 7

Testimony before Commerce Committee of U.S. House of Representatives March 17, 1961

 

Manufacturers

 

Correspondence and data

Box 129, Folder 8

Re: Manufacture of vaccine (General) 1952 - 1959

Box 129, Folder 9

Connaught Research Labs

Box 129, Folder 10

Eli Lilly Co

Box 130, Folder 1

Eli Lilly Co., cont

 

Parke, Davis and Co

Box 130, Folder 2

Quadrigen Vaccine

Box 130, Folder 3

U.V. Irradiated Virus

Box 130, Folder 4

Vaccine correspondence

Box 130, Folder 5

Potency in production procedure

 

Sharp and Dohme

Box 130, Folder 6

Documentation re: Purified polio vaccine

Box 130, Folder 7

Experimental inactivation of polio virus

Box 130, Folder 8

General correspondence 1955

Box 130, Folder 9

Lot No. 27569

Box 130, Folder 10

Polio Vaccine/Purivax

Box 130, Folder 11

Purified polio vaccine

Box 130, Folder 12

Vaccine standardization

Box 130, Folder 13

Wyeth Laboratories, Inc

Box 130, Folder 14

Filtration materials

Box 131, Folder 1

Potency test

Box 131, Folder 2

Preservative study

Box 131, Folder 3

Reference vaccine

Box 131, Folder 4

Serologic data from Dr. Syverton

Box 131, Folder 5

Study of fluid inactivation

Box 131, Folder 6-7

Substitute Type I Strains

Box 131, Folder 8

Small scrapbook of newspaper clippings re: Polio ca. 1916

Box 131, Folder 9

Combination of safety and process control - Notes and drawings

Box 131, Folder 10-11

Current projects 1952, 1954

Box 131, Folder 12

Field trial pools

Box 131, Folder 13

Lab organization

Box 132, Folder 1

Lab records and files

Box 132, Folder 2

Meeting at Hershey, PA January 23, 1953

General note

See also Box 245, Folder 2.
 

Notes of Dr. Salk

Box 132, Folder 3

"Pittsburgh 1955 Scheme"

Box 132, Folder 4-6

Polio 1948 - 1949, 1953

Box 132, Folder 7-11

Miscellaneous

Box 133, Folder 1

Miscellaneous

Box 133, Folder 2

Staff conference

Box 133, Folder 3

Tissue culture methods

 

Polio vaccination programs

Box 133, Folder 4

Allenheny County

Box 133, Folder 5-6

American Medical Association (AMA)

Box 133, Folder 7

Pennsylvania

Box 133, Folder 8

Consent forms

Box 133, Folder 9

Evaluation study

Box 133, Folder 10

Possible reactions

Box 133, Folder 11

Production regulations - Drafts and correspondence

Box 133, Folder 12

Questions asked by doctors and health officers

Box 133, Folder 13

Safety statement by Dr. Salk

 

Publications

Box 134, Folder 1

American Celebration, article by John H. Jenkins

Box 134, Folder 2-3

American Journal of Public Health 1954, 1958

Box 134, Folder 4

Journal of the Irish Medical Association July 1958

Box 134, Folder 5

Lukens Life May 1955

Box 134, Folder 6

Medical Advance, "Polio Vaccine A Triumph for Medical Education; 65 Schools Involved in 17-year NFIP Effort" Fall 1955

Box 134, Folder 7

Nature, "Is Polio A Model for Consumer Research?" January 26, 1973

Box 134, Folder 8

Peking Review March 26, 1965

Box 134, Folder 9

Polio and the Salk Vaccine, by Blakeslee, Alton 1956

Box 134, Folder 10

Scientia International February 1955

Box 134, Folder 11

Scope Weekly (Upjohn Co.) August 31, 1960

Box 134, Folder 12

Trial by Fury, by Klein, Aaron E 1972

Box 134, Folder 13

Who's Who (International) January 1949

 

Publicity

 

Cartoons

Box 134, Folder 14, Oversize FB-076-49

"Wonder Why My Parents Didn't Give Me the Salk Shot?" Oringinal drawing by Tom Little 1956

Box 134, Folder 15, Oversize FB-076-59

"Children's Hour" and "The Shot Heard Around the World." Original drawings

Box 134, Folder 16-18

Statements and press releases 1953 - 1961

 

Magazines

Box 134, Folder 19

American Magazine September 1955 & April 1956

Box 134, Folder 20

American Medical Association News October 1962

Box 134, Folder 21

City College Alumnus October 1955

Box 134, Folder 22

Crippled Child June 1955

Box 135, Folder 1

Democratic Digest July 1955

Box 135, Folder 2

Good Housekeeping August 1950

Box 135, Folder 3

Health News March 1956

Box 135, Folder 4

Hush Hush September 1955

Box 135, Folder 5

Life Magazine 1955

Box 135, Folder 6

Math Student January 1955

Box 135, Folder 7

Medical Economics August 1955

Box 135, Folder 8

Medical Quarterly January 1955

Box 135, Folder 9

Nation June 4, 1955

Box 135, Folder 10

Michigan Alumnus October 1954, November 1954, January 1955

Box 135, Folder 11

Journal of the National Medical Association May 1955

Box 135, Folder 12

National Foundation News 1952 - 1955

Box 135, Folder 13

National Jewish Monthly May 1955

Box 135, Folder 14

National Parent-Teacher December 1955

Box 135, Folder 15

New Republic May & September 1955

Box 135, Folder 16

New York University Alumni Bulletin May 1955

Box 135, Folder 17-18

Newsweek 1953 - 1955

Box 136, Folder 1-2

Newsweek 1955 - 1956

Box 136, Folder 3

Pageant November 1953

Box 136, Folder 4

Parents' July 1954 & June 1955

Box 136, Folder 5

Pittsburgher May 1955

Box 136, Folder 6

Pittsburgh's Future January 1956

Box 136, Folder 7

Public Health News November 1956

Box 136, Folder 8

Reader's Digest April 1955

Box 136, Folder 9

Reconstructionist May 13, 1955

Box 136, Folder 10

Rotarian October 1953

Box 136, Folder 11

Scope Weekly January 2, 1956

Box 136, Folder 12

Strange Medical Facts September 1954

Box 136, Folder 13-15

Time 1953 - 1955

Box 137, Folder 1-2

Time 1955 - 1956

Box 137, Folder 3-5

U.S. New and World Report 1954 - 1957

Box 137, Folder 6

Uptown Downtown Crosstown Express December 23, 1955

Box 137, Folder 7

Women's Day April 1955

 

Magazines - Oversize

Box 137, Folder 8, Oversize FB-249-01

American Jewish Outlook April 15, 1955

Box 137, Folder 9, Oversize FB-249-02

American Weekly February 28, 1954

Box 137, Folder 10, Oversize FB-249-03

Bohemia January 1956

Box 137, Folder 11, Oversize FB-249-04

Boy's Life January 1956

Box 137, Folder 12, Oversize FB-249-05

Collier's January & February 1954

Box 137, Folder 13, Oversize FB-249-06

Elle May 1955

Box 137, Folder 14, Oversize FB-249-07

Fortune September 1955

Box 137, Folder 15, Oversize FB-249-08

Jewish Criterion April 1955 & February 1956

Box 137, Folder 16, Oversize FB-249-09

Ladies' Home Journal December 1954

Box 137, Folder 17-18, Oversize FB-249-10-11

Life 1954 - 1955

Box 137, Folder 19, Oversize FB-250-01

Look July - November 1955

Box 137, Folder 20, Oversize FB-250-02

National Foundation Publicity Kit 1955

Box 137, Folder 21, Oversize FB-250-03

New York Times Magazine January 1954 & January 1956

Box 137, Folder 22, Oversize FB-250-04

Pittsburgh's Family September 1955 & March 1956

Box 137, Folder 23, Oversize FB-250-05

Pittsburgh Press Roto June 5, 1955

Box 137, Folder 24, Oversize FB-250-06

Saturday Evening Post September 1954 & September 1955

Box 137, Folder 25, Oversize FB-250-07

Saturday Evening Post July 23, 1960

Box 137, Folder 26, Oversize FB-250-08

This Week April 1955 - March 1956

Box 137, Folder 27, Oversize FB-250-09

Women's Home Companion December 1955

Box 137, Folder 28, Oversize FB-076-55

Pittsburgh Press, April 12, 1955 - Copy of front page with headline "Polio is Conquered"

 

Reports

Box 138, Folder 1-2

Evaluation of 1954 Field Trial: 12 April 1955

Box 138, Folder 3

National Foundation

Box 138, Folder 4

NFIP Committee on Typing Report - "Immunologic Classification of Poliomyelitis Viruses"

Box 138, Folder 5

NFIP Report on Public Acceptance of Salk Vaccine February 1957

Box 138, Folder 6

Potency of Poliomyelitis Vaccine, Report of 1957

Box 138, Folder 7

"Present Status and Future of Poliovaccines," Aymard et al

Box 138, Folder 8

Progress Report on Virus Isolation, Paralytic Polio September 30, 1958

 

Public Health Service Reports

Box 138, Folder 9

Progress Report on Polio Program January 1956

Box 138, Folder 10

Report on Health Implications June 1955

Box 138, Folder 11-12

Technical Report on Salk Vaccine June 1955

Box 138, Folder 13

Report of Studies in Summer of 1956, by Wilkins, Robert H

 

Technical Committee Reports

Box 139, Folder 1

"Control of the Manufacture of Poliomyelitis Vaccine"

Box 139, Folder 2

"Etiology of False Positive Categories 1-5"

Box 139, Folder 3

Monkey Safety Test April 1956

Box 139, Folder 4

Polio Vaccine October 1955

Box 139, Folder 5

"Problems Concerning the Improvement and Simplification of the Manufacturing Process of Poliomyelitis Vaccine"

Box 139, Folder 6

"Recent Experience and Present Status of Killed Virus Poliomyelitis Vaccine"

Box 139, Folder 7

"Vaccination Against Paralytic Poliomyelitis: Performance and Prospects," Salk et al. Presented at University of Michigan April 12, 1955

 

Research data

Box 139, Folder 8

Assay Tube Tests

General note

See also series RESEARCH MATERIALS, "Polio" subseries.
Box 139, Folder 9

Adsorption of Virus on Calcium Phospate

Box 139, Folder 10

Atlanta

Box 139, Folder 11

Polio in Perspective

Box 139, Folder 12

Polio Incidence

Box 139, Folder 13

Reports from Dr. Klone 1961

Box 139, Folder 14

Reports from Dr. Kulemann

Box 139, Folder 15

Strain Study Data

Box 139, Folder 16

Thermal Stability Report (Miller)

Box 139, Folder 17

Virus Research Lab Notes

Box 139, Folder 18

Watson Home Serologic Data

Box 139, Folder 19

Salk Vaccine Anniversary 1975

 

School studies

Box 140, Folder 1

Correspondence 1954

Box 140, Folder 2-4

Polk State School - Consent forms, correspondence & data

 

Serological data

Box 140, Folder 5

By State

Box 140, Folder 6

Georgia Warm Springs

Box 140, Folder 7-8

Pittsburgh Municipal Hospital staff 1952 - 1953

Box 140, Folder 9

Pittsburgh Municipal Hospital and Virus Research Lab staff

Box 140, Folder 10

Virus Research Lab staff and family

 

Specifications and minimum requirements

Box 140, Folder 11

Correspondence and drafts November 25, 1953

Box 141, Folder 1-4

Correspondence and drafts 1953 - 1955 & undated

 

Studies (miscellaneous re: polio)

Box 141, Folder 5

Antibody and paralysis

Box 141, Folder 6

Antibody Response in Human Subjects Innoculated with Type 2 Polio Virus Formalinized for Different Intervals

Box 141, Folder 7

Antibody Response in Paralyzed vs. Vaccinated Monkeys

Box 141, Folder 8

Antigenic Studies A Strains 1950 - 1951

Box 141, Folder 9

Calcium Phosphate Summary

Box 141, Folder 10

Formalin Experiment

Box 141, Folder 11

France/Tunisia Clinical Studies 1983

Box 141, Folder 12

Immunization with Active Virus

Box 141, Folder 13

Immunization with Inactive Virus

Box 141, Folder 14

Inactivation of Virus with Ultraviolet Radiation

Box 141, Folder 15

In Vitro Potency

Box 141, Folder 16

Kidney Damage and Polio Vaccine

Box 141, Folder 17

Lansing Seriological Test in Mice

Box 141, Folder 18

Lansing Special Studies

Box 141, Folder 19

Lansing Virus in Mouse Brain and Spinal Cord

Box 141, Folder 20

Passive-Active Immunization

Box 141, Folder 21

Polio Vaccine Potency Test in Mice

Box 141, Folder 22

Safety Experiments

Box 141, Folder 23

Thermal Inactivation Studies with Different Strains of Poliovirus

Box 141, Folder 24

Typing Studies of Monkeys

Box 141, Folder 25

Ultraviolet Radiation and Polio

Box 141, Folder 26

Untitled, various studies 1953

Box 142, Folder 1

Vaccination Studies in the Netherlands

Box 142, Folder 2

Virus Pools

Box 142, Folder 3

Watson Home Experiments

Box 142, Folder 4

Well Child Clinics of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County

 

Surveillance reports

Box 142, Folder 5

CDC Sampling Techniques

Box 142, Folder 6

Daily Polio Reports 1955

Box 142, Folder 7

Denmark 1961

Box 142, Folder 8-11

Incidence of Polio 1954-1956, 1960-1962

Box 142, Folder 12

Patterns of Disease 1960

Box 142, Folder 13

Poliomyelitis Annual Statistical Reviews

 

U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW)

Box 143, Folder 1-5

No. 1-91

Box 144, Folder 1-5

No. 92-170

Box 145, Folder 1-6

No. 171-278

Box 146, Folder 1

No. 280-282

Box 146, Folder 2

Reports of 1960-1961

Box 146, Folder 3-7

Weekly Incidence of Polio 1948-1953, 1955-1959

 

Testings correspondence

Box 147, Folder 1-2

Potency 1953 - 1957 & undated

Box 147, Folder 3

Safety 1954 - 1956

 

Tissue culture studies

Box 147, Folder 4

Carboxide Inactivation

Box 147, Folder 5

Cultures prepared by Dr. Rasmussen, UCLA

Box 147, Folder 6

Infectivity in Monkeys

Box 147, Folder 7

Medium data # 199

Box 147, Folder 8

Neutralization Test

Box 147, Folder 9

Plasma Clotting by Chick Embryo Extract

Box 147, Folder 10

Polio Virus from Feces

Box 147, Folder 11

Safety testing

Box 147, Folder 12

Ultraviolet Inactivation

 

Triply vaccinated material

Box 147, Folder 13

Case histories - No. 1-71

Box 148, Folder 1-6

Case histories - No. 72-455 & unnumbered cases

Box 149, Folder 1

Data on cases

Box 149, Folder 2-6

Lab results - No. 1-191

Box 150, Folder 1-4

Lab results - No. 192-455

 

Paralytic cases

Box 150, Folder 5-6

Correspondence 1958 - 1959

Box 151, Folder 1-2

Specimen information 1958 - 1959

 

Vaccine release protocols

 

Correspondence

Box 151, Folder 3

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (NFIP) 1954 - 1955

Box 151, Folder 4

National Institute of Health (NIH) 1954 - 1955

Box 151, Folder 5-7

Public Health Service 1955 - 1956

Box 152, Folder 1

Public Health Service 1956, June - December

 

Manufacturers

Box 152, Folder 2

Cutter Labs 1954 - 1955

Box 152, Folder 3

Eli Lilly Co

Box 152, Folder 4-7

Parke, Davis and Co. 1954 - 1955

Box 153, Folder 1

Parke, Davis and Co., cont. 1954 - 1955

Box 153, Folder 2-6

Pitman-Moore Co. 1954 - 1956

Box 154, Folder 1-5

Pitman-Moore Co., cont. 1954 - 1956

Box 155, Folder 1

Pitman-Moore Co., cont. 1954 - 1956

Box 155, Folder 2-4

Wyeth Labs 1954 - 1955

Box 155, Folder 5-6

Polio potency data

Box 156, Folder 1-3

Polio potency data

Box 156, Folder 4-6

Rates of inactivation, Eli Lilly Co

 

Virus typing

Box 156, Folder 7

Committee on Standards 1948

Box 157, Folder 1-4

Correspondence 1950 - 1952

Box 157, Folder 5

List of strains for special study

Box 157, Folder 6

Studies conducted 1949-1951

 

Watson Home

Box 157, Folder 7

Correspondence 1953

Box 157, Folder 8

Publications ca. 1953

Box 157, Folder 9

World Health Organization re: polio vaccine

 

Writings re: polio

Box 157, Folder 10

Miscellaneous

Box 158, Folder 1

NFIP and others

Box 158, Folder 2

Others - Bottinger, M. and Heller, L. "Field Trials in Ghana 1976-1978"

Box 158, Folder 3

Others - Salk, Darrell, M.D. "Eradication of Polio in the United States"

 

SUBJECT FILES

Scope and Content of Series

Series 3) SUBJECT FILES: Materials reflecting the wide range of Dr. Salk's interests, projects and correspondents, dating from circa 1940 through 1983. Files are arranged alphabetically by name of the subject or individual. Files of notable interest include:
Influenza: During World War II and the decade that followed, Dr. Salk served as consultant to the Secretary of War, and served on the Armed Forces Epidemiological Board's Commission on Influenza. Dr. Salk conducted studies on influenza viruses and vaccines in laboratories at the Universities of Michigan and Pittsburgh and field studies at military bases, public service camps and prisoner of war camps in the United States. These records are incomplete and often sketchy, but a picture emerges from them of a coordinated effort, with diverse participants working to unlock the mysteries of virus disease transmission and prevention. Quite touching in their sincerity are the statements written by conscientious objectors who participated in field trials at Camp Wellston in Michigan.
Metabiology: In the 1970s Dr. Salk applied his knowledge of biological systems to the study of human evolution and survival in the modern world. In this area of concern, termed "metabiology," Dr. Salk's work posed questions and proposed solutions regarding contemporary issues, including population growth and control, international tension, and the values and ethics appropriate for the development of an interdependent world. References to Dr. Salk's books Man Unfolding and Survival of the Wisest are integral to this file. Additional materials related to metabiology can be found in the subject file "Organizations" under "Epoch B Foundation."
Multiple Sclerosis: In the 1970s Dr. Salk conducted a study on the use of myelin basic protein in M.S. patients. Additional research examined the nature of M.S. to determine whether it could be classified as an autoimmune disease similar to experimental allergic encephalomyelitis, which is manifested in animals. These files provide evidence of hope on the part of researchers, patients and the public in finding a cure.
Box 158, Folder 4

Abend, Joshua 1974

Box 158, Folder 5

ACCESS (Alternative Comprehensive Community Environmental Study System)

Box 158, Folder 6

ACCESS - Ewald, William R

Box 158, Folder 7

Adjuvant studies

Box 158, Folder 8-9

Advice from individuals, A-W 1955

Box 159, Folder 1

Aldrich, Robert, M.D

Box 159, Folder 2

Altenburg, West J

 

American Revolution Bicentennial Administration

Box 159, Folder 3-4

Correspondence 1975 - 1976

Box 159, Folder 5

Proposal draft

 

Articles, Requests for

Box 159, Folder 6-7

1955

Box 159, Folder 8

1960 - 1964, A-N

Box 160, Folder 1

1960 - 1964, O-Z

Box 160, Folder 2-4

1967, 1970 - 1974

Box 160, Folder 5

Aspen Institute

Box 160, Folder 6

Athenian School

Box 160, Folder 7

Autographs, Requests for 1953 - 1954

Box 160, Folder 8

Award lists 1955 - 1969

Box 161, Folder 1-6

Awards 1953 - 1967

Box 162, Folder 1-2

Awards and gifts 1955

 

Awards and honors

Box 162, Folder 3-7

1955

Box 163, Folder 1

Alumni Association of the City College of New York November 9, 1955

Box 163, Folder 2

American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation March 25, 1956

Box 163, Folder 3

National Foundation March of Dimes September 8, 1979

Box 163, Folder 4

Nehru Award 1977

Box 163, Folder 5

New York University-Bellevue Medical Center June 2, 1955

Box 163, Folder 6

University of Michigan June 11, 1955

Box 163, Folder 7

Awards and honorary memberships 1955

Box 163, Folder 8

Awards and resolutions 1955

Box 163, Folder 9

Baroni, Carlo

 

Bazeley, P. L

Box 163, Folder 10

1955 - 1959

Box 163, Folder 11

1968 - 1974

Box 163, Folder 12

Behringwerke 1978 - 1980

Box 163, Folder 13

Berkeley Incident 1969

Box 164, Folder 1

Bernbach, Doyle Dane

Box 164, Folder 2

Biographical information and bibliography of Dr. Salk ca. 1946

Box 164, Folder 3

Biological warfare

Box 164, Folder 4-8

Birthday greetings 1974

Box 165, Folder 1-3

Birthday greetings 1974

Box 166, Folder 1-6

Birthday greetings 1974

Box 167, Folder 1-6

Birthday greetings 1974

Box 168, Folder 1

Birthday greetings - Large scroll 1974

Box 169, Folder 1, Oversize FB-072-04

Birthday greetings - Handmade card from school 1974

Box 169, Folder 2-6

Birthday greetings 1980

Box 170, Folder 1-2

Bishop's School 1976 - 1983

Box 170, Folder 3

Blagojevic, Zavicha

Box 170, Folder 4

Blaskovic, Dionyz

Box 170, Folder 5

Bloch, Hubert

Box 170, Folder 6

Blom, Edward

Box 170, Folder 7

Bloom, Floyd

Box 170, Folder 8

Bodian, David

Box 171, Folder 1

Books, journals, dues

Box 171, Folder 2

Books, manuscripts (Correspondence regarding)

 

Books, Response to

Box 171, Folder 3

Man Unfolding

Box 171, Folder 4

Survival of the Wisest

Box 171, Folder 5

Braun, Werner

Box 171, Folder 6

Bronowski, Jacob

Box 171, Folder 7

Brosin, Henry

Box 171, Folder 8

Brown, Lenora V

Box 171, Folder 9

Cabot, Blake

Box 171, Folder 10

Calmann-Levy, Robert

Box 172, Folder 1-3

Cancer, Requests and suggestions 1958

Box 172, Folder 4

Cancer, Requests and suggestions 1973

 

Cancer Studies

Box 172, Folder 5

American Type Culture Collection

Box 172, Folder 6

Cancer Allergy

 

Cancer Immunology

Box 172, Folder 7

General

Box 172, Folder 8

Current Scientific Literature Review

Box 172, Folder 9

Clinical notes

Box 172, Folder 10

Conference programs

Box 172, Folder 11

Continuous Cell Lines

Box 172, Folder 12

Cooper, William, M.D. 1959

Box 172, Folder 13

Epidemiology of Cancer

Box 172, Folder 14

Heart Cell Vaccine, Pfizer and Co., Inc

Box 172, Folder 15

Leukemia

Box 172, Folder 16

Melanoma cases

Box 173, Folder 1

Mouse Tumor

Box 173, Folder 2

National Cancer Institute Studies

Box 173, Folder 3

New York Cancer Research Institute

Box 173, Folder 4

Patients: Worksheets, Previous history

Box 173, Folder 5

Patients: Worksheets, Misc

Box 173, Folder 6

Potential patients or subjects

Box 173, Folder 7

Skin Test Experiments

Box 173, Folder 8

Strong, Leonell, Ph.D

Box 173, Folder 9

Theories re: cancer

Box 173, Folder 10

Treatment of Tumors

Box 173, Folder 11

Virus-Cancer studies

Box 173, Folder 12-13

Cards and greetings 1975 - 1981

Box 173, Folder 14

Carnegie Museum - Proposed study

Box 173, Folder 15

Carnegie, P. R

Box 173, Folder 16

Carter, Richard

Box 174, Folder 1

Cheever, Francis S

Box 174, Folder 2

Chemical and Biological Warfare

Box 174, Folder 3

Cisler, Walker Lee

Box 174, Folder 4

City College of New York

Box 174, Folder 5

Committee on Immunization

Box 174, Folder 6

Committee on International Exchange of Persons

 

Clippings

Box 174, Folder 7-16

1966 - 1975

Box 175, Folder 1-7

1976 - 1982

 

Communicable Diseases

Box 175, Folder 8

Notes by Dr. Salk and report by American Public Health Association

Box 175, Folder 9

Regulations

Box 175, Folder 10

Summary of Cases Reported 1951 - 1953

Box 175, Folder 11

Conal, Bernard

Box 175, Folder 12

Contributions, 1959

Box 175, Folder 13

Cousins, Norman

Box 175, Folder 14

Crichton, Michael

Box 175, Folder 15

Cryosurgery (Dr. Samuel Pevsner)

Box 175, Folder 16

Current Methods in Tissue Culture with Special Reference to CNS Workshop September 14, 1972

Box 175, Folder 17

Dammin, Gustave

Box 175, Folder 18

Danielli, James F

Box 176, Folder 1

Danowski, T. S

Box 176, Folder 2

Davis, Sam F

Box 176, Folder 3

Delos Symposia (C. A. Doxiadis)

Box 176, Folder 4

Desert Sun School

Box 176, Folder 5

Diagnosis, Requests and Reports

Box 176, Folder 6

Dixon, Frank J

Box 176, Folder 7

Dellenbach, Robert

Box 176, Folder 8

Drugs, Use/Abuse Problems

Box 176, Folder 9

Eagle, Harry

Box 176, Folder 10

Encephalomyelitis, References

Box 176, Folder 11

Enders, John F

Box 176, Folder 12-14

Endorsements, Requests for 1967 - 1975

Box 176, Folder 15

Environmental relationships

Box 177, Folder 1

Ethics

Box 177, Folder 2

Evolution

Box 177, Folder 3

Experiments re: Aleutian Disease

Box 177, Folder 4

Eylar, Edgar H

Box 177, Folder 5

Factor, Ted

 

Fan mail

Box 177, Folder 6-10

1968 - 1969

Box 177, Folder 11

1970 - 1971, A-B

Box 178, Folder 1-7

1970 - 1971, C-Z

Box 179, Folder 1-5

1972 - 1973

Box 179, Folder 6

1974 - 1975, A-B

Box 180, Folder 1-4

1974 - 1975, C-S

Box 181, Folder 1

1974 - 1975, T-Z

Box 181, Folder 2-6

1976 - 1977, A-S

Box 182, Folder 1

1976 - 1977, S-Z

Box 182, Folder 2

1981 - 1982, Miscellaneous

Box 182, Folder 3-4

Francis, Thomas Jr., M.D. 1940 - 1951

Box 182, Folder 5

Friedman, Herman, Ph.D

Box 182, Folder 6

Gardner, John

Box 182, Folder 7

Glazier, William

Box 182, Folder 8

Goldsen, Joseph M

Box 182, Folder 9

Goodfield, June

Box 182, Folder 10

Gori, Giovanni

Box 182, Folder 11

Guillemin, Roger

Box 182, Folder 12

Hamburger, Jean

Box 182, Folder 13

Hano, Arnold

Box 182, Folder 14

Hardy Group

Box 182, Folder 15

Hardy, Jerome ( Life Magazine)

Box 183, Folder 1

Harvard Medical School Group

Box 183, Folder 2

Health Care

Box 183, Folder 3

Higgs, Fletcher and Mack (Law Firm of)

Box 183, Folder 4

Hingson, Ralph

Box 183, Folder 5

Hoffman, Inge

Box 183, Folder 6

Hubbard, Barbara

Box 183, Folder 7

Human Sciences Center

Box 183, Folder 8

Hunt, John

Box 183, Folder 9

Immigration Reform National Committee

Box 183, Folder 10

Immunization Services in Context of Primary Health Care

 

Influenza

Box 183, Folder 11

Adjuvant studies

 

A/New Jersey Influenza (Swine Flu)

Box 183, Folder 12

Committee on Vaccine Indemnification

Box 183, Folder 13

Correspondence 1976 - 1978

Box 183, Folder 14

News articles and interviews

Box 183, Folder 15

Notes

Box 184, Folder 1

Reports

Box 184, Folder 2

U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare Advisory Committee on Immunization

 

Armed Forces Epidemiological Board

Box 184, Folder 3

General

Box 184, Folder 4-7

Commission on Influenza 1942 - 1946

 

Conferences and meetings

Box 184, Folder 8

National Research Council Meeting on Adjuvants April 6, 1945

Box 184, Folder 9

Commission on Influenza June 21, 1945

Box 184, Folder 10

Commission on Influenza March 15, 1948

Box 184, Folder 11

Armed Forces Epidemiological Board May 6, 1948

Box 184, Folder 12

U.S. Public Health Service Meeting on Control of Influenza July 29, 1948

Box 184, Folder 13

International Conference on Asian Influenza February 17-18, 1960

Box 185, Folder 1

Viratek - UCLA Symposium April 20, 1985

 

Miscellaneous meetings

Box 185, Folder 2

1941 - 1945

Box 185, Folder 3

1960 - 1964

Box 185, Folder 4

1977 - 1978

Box 185, Folder 5

Epidemiological study

 

Figures and charts

Box 185, Folder 6, Oversize FB-248-05

"Influenza charts - To Be Matched to Influenza Negatives in File Box"

Box 185, Folder 7, Oversize FB-248-06

Unidentified chart (Influenza?)

 

General correspondence

Box 185, Folder 8-14

1944 - 1952

Box 186, Folder 1-7

1952 - 1954

Box 187, Folder 1

1956

Box 187, Folder 2

Immunoprophylaxis Review

Box 187, Folder 3

International Influenza Centre

Box 187, Folder 4

Laboratory materials (miscellaneous)

 

Manufacturers of Influenza Vaccine

Box 187, Folder 5

Agreement with

Box 187, Folder 6

Data

Box 187, Folder 7

Parke, Davis and Co. correspondence

Box 187, Folder 8

National Institutes of Health, Influenza Information Center Bulletins 1948 - 1952

Box 187, Folder 9

News articles

Box 187, Folder 10

News releases

Box 187, Folder 11

Notebook - Contents of ring binder. Includes notes, research data and reports by Jonas Salk ca. 1942

 

Notes

Box 187, Folder 12

General

Box 187, Folder 13

Miscellaneous ca. 1945

Box 188, Folder 1

Miscellaneous ca. 1949

Box 188, Folder 2

Miscellaneous ca. 1952

Box 188, Folder 3

University of Michigan

Box 188, Folder 4

Virus Research Lab

Box 188, Folder 5

Patient data

Box 188, Folder 6

Plan of vaccination studies

Box 188, Folder 7

Proposal for renewal of contract for studies at University of Pittsburgh

 

Publications

Box 188, Folder 8

"Cooperative Medicine"

Box 188, Folder 9

"State Enabling Legislation for Non-Profit Hospital and Medical Plans" 1944

Box 188, Folder 10

U.S. Army Technical Bulletin on Immunization

 

Reactions associated with vaccine

Box 188, Folder 11

Legal testimony

Box 188, Folder 12

Miscellaneous material

 

Reports

Box 188, Folder 13

Buckley Field and Lowry Field Army Hospital Reports 1945

Box 188, Folder 14

Camp Atterbury Prisoner of War Reports June 1945

Box 188, Folder 15

European Theater of Operations, U.S. Army 1946 - 1947

 

Reports to Commission on Influenza

Box 188, Folder 16

April 1, 1945 - March 1, 1946

Box 188, Folder 17

Ca. 1949

 

Miscellaneous reports

Box 188, Folder 18

1941 - 1947

Box 189, Folder 1

1962

 

Serologic data

Box 189, Folder 2

General

Box 189, Folder 3

Correspondence and miscellany 1948

Box 189, Folder 4

Serologic tests of rabbit antisera

Box 189, Folder 5

Specifications and minimum requirements for vaccine preparation

Box 189, Folder 6

Specification for vaccine preparation - Correspondence 1953

 

Studies

Box 189, Folder 7

Antibody in Egg Yolk

Box 189, Folder 8

Bailey, Mary Lynch

Box 189, Folder 9

Barraclough, Joyce

Box 189, Folder 10

Dr. Blaskovic

Box 189, Folder 11

Dr. Bosse

 

Camp Wellston (Civilian Public Service Camp)

Box 189, Folder 12

Experiment plan and data 1943

Box 189, Folder 13

Subjects' autobiographical statements 1943

Box 189, Folder 14

Chanute Field (Army Hospital) 1947

Box 189, Folder 15

Charts of Incidence of Illness

Box 189, Folder 16

Evaluation of the Curative Effect of Inhalation of Anti-Influenza Immune Serum During Epidemic Influenza

Box 189, Folder 17

Finger test

Box 189, Folder 18

Fort Belvoir and Quantico Marine Corps Station

 

Fort Dix

Box 189, Folder 19

Daily training schedule 1948

Box 189, Folder 20

Disease case admissions 1948

Box 189, Folder 21

Experiment plan November 3, 1952

Box 189, Folder 22-24

Notes and data 1948 - 1951

Box 190, Folder 1

Vaccination record

Box 190, Folder 2

Hemagglutination test - Lab notebook

Box 190, Folder 3

Laurent, Angela

Box 190, Folder 4

Mechanism of Antibody Formation in Yolk of Eggs Laid by Hens Immunized Against Type A Strain of Influenza

Box 190, Folder 5

Miscellaneous

Box 190, Folder 6

Phosphate Buffer Wash

Box 190, Folder 7-8

Program conducted by Dr. Salk for U.S. Army Epidemiological Board, Commission on Influenza 1944 & 1948-1949

Box 190, Folder 9

Purification and Concentration Studies on Influenza PR-8 Antibody Produced in Yolk of Eggs Laid by Influenza Vaccinated Hens

Box 190, Folder 10

Scott Field (Army Air Force Station Hospital) 1947

Box 190, Folder 11

Toxicity Studies of Arlacels

Box 190, Folder 12

U.S. Army

Box 190, Folder 13

Vaccination Against Influenza 1947

Box 190, Folder 14

Ypsilanti State Hospital 1945

Box 190, Folder 15

Supplies, non-expendable

 

U.S. Army correspondence

Box 190, Folder 16

Faison, Lt. Col. Thomas

Box 190, Folder 17

First Army Area Medical Laboratory

Box 190, Folder 18

Fort Belvoir

Box 190, Folder 19

Fort Dix 1947 - 1951

Box 191, Folder 1

Fodor, Capt. Andrew

Box 191, Folder 2

Frazer, John

Box 191, Folder 3

Kiefer, Maj. Lester

Box 191, Folder 4

Magill, Thomas P., M.D

Box 191, Folder 5

Meiklejohn, Gordon

Box 191, Folder 6

Rapalski, Col. Adam J

Box 191, Folder 7

Sartwell, Philip E., M.D

Box 191, Folder 8

Smadel, Joseph E., M.D

Box 191, Folder 9

Suriano, Capt. Philip

Box 191, Folder 10

Threadgill, Lt. Col. F. W

Box 191, Folder 11

Miscellaneous 1947 - 1951

Box 192, Folder 1

Vaccination data

 

Vaccine, Experimental

Box 192, Folder 2-4

1948 - 1955

Box 192, Folder 5

Parke, Davis and Co

Box 192, Folder 6

Virus and Rickettsial Registry

Box 192, Folder 7

World Health Organization Study Program

 

Writings

Box 192, Folder 8

General

Box 192, Folder 9

"Influenza Immunization in Children" August 7, 1946

 

Interviews

General note

See also WRITINGS series, "Interviews with Dr. Salk" subseries.
Box 192, Folder 10-11

Declined 1973 - 1974

Box 192, Folder 12-14

Granted 1973 - 1975

Box 192, Folder 15

Human Behavior (Ralph Keyes) June 1973

Box 193, Folder 1

Medix April 28, 1973

Box 193, Folder 2

Rubin, Louis February 1975

Box 193, Folder 3

Times Mirror April 30, 1974

Box 193, Folder 4

Tomorrow Show (NBC) 1975

 

Invitations accepted

Box 193, Folder 5-10

Miscellaneous 1968 - 1973

Box 193, Folder 11

Shaare Zedek Hospital 1974

Box 193, Folder 12

UC Berkley Health Sciences Program February 6, 1974

Box 194, Folder 1

Miscellaneous 1974

Box 194, Folder 2-3

Conference on Unity of the Sciences November 27, 1975

Box 194, Folder 4-5

Endorsements / sponsor 1975

Box 194, Folder 6

Grenzen der Medizin March 23, 1975

Box 194, Folder 7

"Limits to Growth" October 20, 1975

Box 194, Folder 8

Miscellaneous 1975

Box 195, Folder 1

American Academy of Achievement 1976

Box 195, Folder 2

American Humanist Association April 30, 1976

Box 195, Folder 3

American Institute of Architects May 5, 1976

Box 195, Folder 4

"Nature of a Humane Society" October 29, 1976

Box 195, Folder 5-7

Miscellaneous 1976

Box 196, Folder 1

American Academy of Achievement 1977

Box 196, Folder 2

Blue Cross/Blue Shield, 4 October 1977 October 4, 1977

Box 196, Folder 3

Continuing Education in International Affairs May 7, 1977

Box 196, Folder 4

Endorsements / sponsor 1977

Box 196, Folder 5

UN Student Conference March 4, 1977

Box 196, Folder 6

University of Michigan Commencement June 3, 1977

Box 196, Folder 7

Miscellaneous 1977

Box 197, Folder 1

Miscellaneous 1977

Box 197, Folder 2

Claude Bernard Symposium February 10, 1978

Box 197, Folder 3-4

Endorsements / sponsor 1978

Box 197, Folder 5

National Foundation 1978

Box 197, Folder 6

National Multiple Sclerosis Society 1978

Box 197, Folder 7

Miscellaneous 1978

Box 198, Folder 1-2

A - Be 1979

Box 198, Folder 3

Boys' Town 1979

Box 198, Folder 4

Burdick 1979

Box 198, Folder 5

Ca - Cz 1979

Box 198, Folder 6

City College of New York 1979

Box 198, Folder 7

Endorsements / sponsors 1979

Box 198, Folder 8

India 1979

Box 198, Folder 9

International Institute of Stress 1979

Box 198, Folder 10-11

I - R 1979

Box 199, Folder 1

National Foundation 1979

Box 199, Folder 2

National Multiple Sclerosis Society 1979

Box 199, Folder 3

Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues 1979

Box 199, Folder 4

UCSD Commencement 1979

Box 199, Folder 5

T - Z 1979

Box 199, Folder 6

A - C 1980

Box 199, Folder 7

Endorsements / sponsor 1980

Box 199, Folder 8

F - J 1980

Box 199, Folder 9

Kettering Foundation 1980

Box 199, Folder 10

K - R 1980

Box 199, Folder 11

National Foundation 1980

Box 199, Folder 12

USSR 1980

Box 200, Folder 1

S - Z 1980

Box 200, Folder 2

Albert Gallatin Associates 1981

Box 200, Folder 3

A - M 1981

Box 200, Folder 4

National Foundation 1981

Box 200, Folder 5

N - Z 1981

Box 200, Folder 6-8

A - S 1982

Box 201, Folder 1

T - Z 1982

Box 201, Folder 2-6

A - Z 1983

 

Invitations declined

Box 202, Folder 1-7

1968 - 1971

Box 203, Folder 1-6

1972 - 1975

Box 204, Folder 1

1974 - 1975

Box 204, Folder 2

American Academy of Achievement 1974

Box 204, Folder 3-6

1978

Box 205, Folder 1-6

1979 - 1980

Box 206, Folder 1-6

1980 - 1981

Box 207, Folder 1-6

1981 - 1982

Box 208, Folder 1-6

Invitations to speak 1959 - 1965

 

Invitations, miscellaneous

Box 209, Folder 1-6

1953 - 1955

Box 210, Folder 1-4

1955

Box 210, Folder 5

1959 - 1965, Aa-Az

Box 211, Folder 1-5

1959 - 1965, B-Na

Box 212, Folder 1-5

1959 - 1965, Ne-Z

Box 212, Folder 6

1966

Box 213, Folder 1-6

1966 - 1968

Box 213, Folder 7-8

Kaplan, Norman C

Box 214, Folder 1

Kesner, Maurice

Box 214, Folder 2

Kildow, Alfred G

Box 214, Folder 3

Kimball, John W

Box 214, Folder 4

Kinzel, Augustus B

Box 214, Folder 5

Krech, Ulrich

Box 214, Folder 6

La Jolla Architecture Workshop

Box 214, Folder 7

Langmuir, Alex D

Box 214, Folder 8

Lennon, Vanda A

Box 214, Folder 9

Life Magazine article draft (Rosenfeld, Al)

Box 214, Folder 10

Linen, James A

Box 214, Folder 11

Loma Linda University

Box 214, Folder 12

Mack, Walter N., M.D

Box 214, Folder 13

Manning Associates, Inc. (Schwartz, Robert)

Box 214, Folder 14

Manning, Robert

 

Measles vaccine

Box 214, Folder 15

General

Box 214, Folder 16

Chas. Pfizer and Co

Box 214, Folder 17

"Studies with Measles Virus: II. Isolation of Virus and Immunologic Studies in Persons Who Have Had the Natural Disease"

 

Medical questions

Box 214, Folder 18-19

1955, A-K

Box 215, Folder 1-2

1955, L-Z

Box 215, Folder 3-5

1968 - 1969, A-M

Box 216, Folder 1-2

1968 - 1969, N-Z

Box 216, Folder 3-6

1970 - 1971, A-R

Box 217, Folder 1

1970 - 1971, S-Z

Box 217, Folder 2-5

1972 - 1973, A-Z

Box 217, Folder 6

1974 - 1975, A-E

Box 218, Folder 1-4

1974 - 1975, F-Z

Box 218, Folder 5-6

1976 - 1977, A-F

Box 219, Folder 1-4

1976 - 1977, G-Z

Box 219, Folder 5

1978 - 1984, A-B

Box 220, Folder 1-5

1978 - 1984, B-G

Box 221, Folder 1-5

1978 - 1984, G-M

Box 222, Folder 1-5

1978 - 1984, M-W

Box 223, Folder 1

1978 - 1984, W-Z

Box 223, Folder 2

Medicine and Health in the Future

 

Metabiology

Box 223, Folder 3

Article in Phi Beta Kappan June 1975

Box 223, Folder 4

Ba-Bz (Individuals and organizations)

Box 223, Folder 5

Bicentennial Program

Box 223, Folder 6

Ca-Cz (Individuals and organizations)

Box 223, Folder 7

Candidates

Box 223, Folder 8

Carlson, Rick

 

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI)

Box 223, Folder 9

Correspondence

Box 223, Folder 10-11

Discussion of Survival of the Wisest

Box 223, Folder 12

George, Robley E

Box 223, Folder 13

Lobero Theatre Meeting April 1974

Box 223, Folder 14

Kelley, Frank

Box 224, Folder 1-2

Pacem in Terris III October 10, 1973

Box 224, Folder 3

Register, Richard

Box 224, Folder 4

University Project

Box 224, Folder 5-6

Flower, Michael J. 1973 - 1981

Box 224, Folder 7

Forum for Contemporary History

Box 224, Folder 8

Fuller, R. Buckminster

Box 224, Folder 9

Ga-Gz (Individuals and organizations)

Box 224, Folder 10

Ha-Hz (Individuals and organizations)

Box 225, Folder 1

Horney, Eva

Box 225, Folder 2

Institute for Research on Morality and Adjustment

Box 225, Folder 3

Kettering Foundation. Environment and Society in Transition May 6, 1974

Box 225, Folder 4

Exploration Fund Symposium November 1, 1973

Box 225, Folder 5

A Working Session on Transforming Society

Box 225, Folder 6

Lindisfarne Association

Box 225, Folder 7

Medaris, John E

Box 225, Folder 8

M-R (Individuals and organizations)

Box 225, Folder 9

Publications relevant to metabiology

Box 225, Folder 10

Reviews requested / declined

Box 225, Folder 11

Sillman, Leonard R

Box 225, Folder 12

S-V (Individuals and organizations)

Box 225, Folder 13

World Society for Ekistics

Box 226, Folder 1

W-Z (Individuals and organizations)

Box 226, Folder 2-3

Miscellaneous correspondence on metabiology 1974 - 1978

Box 226, Folder 4

Mink studies - Miscellaneous notes and data

Box 226, Folder 5

Mirsky, Arthur I., M.D

 

Monkey heart cells

Box 226, Folder 6

Reports by others

Box 226, Folder 7

Requests for 1956 - 1960

Box 226, Folder 8

Monod, Jacques

Box 226, Folder 9

Moore, Robert A

Box 226, Folder 10

Mount Sinai Hospital - Notes and miscellany ca. 1941

 

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Box 226, Folder 11

Agreement between Salk Institute and Eli Lilly Co

Box 226, Folder 12

Continuing Medical Education Program

 

Correspondence

Box 226, Folder 13

A-Z (Miscellaneous)

Box 226, Folder 14

Form letters

Box 227, Folder 1-3

Letters from Dr. J. W. Smith May 8 & September 8, 1978

Box 227, Folder 4

Donations for MS research

Box 227, Folder 5

Eng, Lawrence F., Ph.D

 

Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis (EAE) Studies

Box 227, Folder 6

Alvord, Ellsworth C., Jr., M.D

Box 227, Folder 7

Clippings

 

Correspondence on EAE

Box 227, Folder 8-9

A-N

Box 228, Folder 1

O-Z

Box 228, Folder 2

Miscellaneous

Box 228, Folder 3

Dalessio, Donald J., M.D

Box 228, Folder 4

Experiments re: Induction of Murine EAE

Box 228, Folder 5

Hellstrom, Ingegerd and Karl, M.D

 

Investigational New Drugs Protocol

Box 228, Folder 6

Anderson, John T., M.D

Box 228, Folder 7

Grinnan, Edward, L., Ph.D

Box 228, Folder 8

Radioimmunoassay for Myelin Basic Protein

Box 228, Folder 9

Romine, John S., M.D

Box 228, Folder 10

Smith, James W., Ph.D

Box 229, Folder 1

Kies, Marian W., Ph.D

Box 229, Folder 2

Lab procedures

Box 229, Folder 3

Levine, Seymour, M.D

 

Eli Lilly Co

Box 229, Folder 4-7

1973 - 1976

Box 229, Folder 8

Correspondence 1972 - 1983

Box 229, Folder 9

Lawsuit 1976

Box 229, Folder 10

Toxicity tests

 

Myelin Basic Protein (MBP)

Box 229, Folder 11

Inventory

Box 229, Folder 12

Project progress report March 7, 1978

Box 229, Folder 13

Possible manuscript 1978

Box 229, Folder 14

Protocol for Studies of MBP in Patients with MS October 4, 1973

Box 229, Folder 15

Roboz-Einstein, Elizabeth, M.D

 

EAE Studies - Romine, John S., M.D

Box 229, Folder 16

Application to National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) 1980

Box 229, Folder 17

Correspondence 1977 - 1982

Box 230, Folder 1

Human Subjects Committee

Box 230, Folder 2

Memo re: control study

Box 230, Folder 3

Patient letters

Box 230, Folder 4

Testing by others

Box 230, Folder 5

Rose, Augustus S., M.D. and Ellison, George, M.D

Box 230, Folder 6

Tourtellotte, Wallace W., M.D., Ph.D

Box 230, Folder 7

U.S. Naval Hospital, San Diego, CA

 

Feasibility Study of MBP as a Possible Therapeutic Agent in MS

Box 230, Folder 8-9

Basic information re: study

Box 230, Folder 10

NMSS site visits: January 20, 1979 & May 10, 1980

Box 230, Folder 11

Patient records, A-Z

 

Human subjects

Box 231, Folder 1

Approval by FDA

 

Committees

Box 231, Folder 2

Salk Institute

Box 231, Folder 3

Salk Institute Program of Testing Clinical Trial Batch of Porcine MBP

Box 231, Folder 4

UCSD - Correspondence and proposals

Box 231, Folder 5

UCSD - Meeting April 13, 1978

Box 231, Folder 6

Veteran's Administration Hospital

Box 231, Folder 7

Consent forms

Box 231, Folder 8

International MS Research Committee

 

Investigators

Box 231, Folder 9

Bauer, Helmut, M.D

Box 231, Folder 10

Bornstein, Murray, M.D

Box 231, Folder 11

Curd, John, M.D. and Katz, David, M.D

Box 231, Folder 12

Georgiades, George, M.D

Box 231, Folder 13

Gutterman, Jordan, M.D

Box 231, Folder 14

Janowsky, David S., M.D

Box 231, Folder 15

McFarlin, Dale E., M.D

Box 231, Folder 16

McPherson, T. A., M.D

Box 231, Folder 17

Mishek, Ronald P., Ph.D

Box 231, Folder 18

Panitch, Hillel S., M.D

Box 231, Folder 19

Schiffman, Gerald, Ph.D

Box 232, Folder 1

Terasaki, Paul J., M.D

Box 232, Folder 2

Wedgwood, Ralph J., M.D

Box 232, Folder 3

Laboratory data forms

 

Letters re: Clinical testing

Box 232, Folder 4-7

#1-430

Box 233, Folder 1-5

#431-938

Box 234, Folder 1-3

#939-1141

 

Letters from physicians

Box 234, Folder 4-5

A-Z

Box 234, Folder 6

Re: patient sources

Box 234, Folder 7

Requesting information

Box 235, Folder 1

Who are MS patients

Box 235, Folder 2

Letters with incorrect address

 

Letters requesting information

Box 235, Folder 3-7

A-S

Box 236, Folder 1-2

S-Z & Miscellaneous

Box 236, Folder 3

National Advisory Commission on MS

 

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS)

Box 236, Folder 4

1968 - General

Box 236, Folder 5

1968, October 30-November 1 - Symposium of the Possible Role of Immunology in Multiple Sclerosis

Box 236, Folder 6-7

1969-1970 - General

Box 236, Folder 8

1970, October 28 - Conference on Basic Proteins

Box 236, Folder 9-12

1971-1974 - General

Box 236, Folder 13

1974, April 20 - Meeting

Box 236, Folder 14

1975 - General

Box 236, Folder 15

1975, January 15 - Meeting

Box 236, Folder 16

1975, January - Report to NMSS

Box 237, Folder 1

1975, April 19 - Meeting

Box 237, Folder 2

1976 - General

Box 237, Folder 3

1976, April 5 - Meeting

Box 237, Folder 4

1976 - Ad Hoc Working Group on EAE and MS

Box 237, Folder 5

1976 - Chapter meetings

Box 237, Folder 6

1979, January 20 - Meeting

Box 237, Folder 7-8

1980, May 10 - Meeting

Box 237, Folder 9

1981, January 31 - Meeting

Box 237, Folder 10

Notes on Symposium on the Possible Role of Immunology in Multiple Sclerosis 1968

 

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (NFIP), (a.k.a. National Foundation post 1960)

 

Abstracts of progress reports of grantees

Box 241, Folder 1

1948, January-June

Box 242, Folder 1-5

1948 - 1951

Box 243, Folder 1-5

1951 - 1953

Box 243, Folder 6

Accounting reports

Box 244, Folder 1

Ajl, Samuel, M.D

Box 244, Folder 2-3

Allegheny County Chapter 1940 - 1957

 

Committees

Box 244, Folder 4-6

Immunization meetings 1951

Box 245, Folder 1-3

Immunization meetings 1952 - 1953

General note

See also Box 132, Folder 2.
Box 245, Folder 4

Standard meetings January 16, 1950

Box 245, Folder 5

Typing meeting December 3, 1951

Box 245, Folder 6

Conference on Neutralization May 18-19, 1955

 

Correspondence, general

Box 245, Folder 7

1950 - 1956

Box 245, Folder 8-9

1963 - 1964

Box 246, Folder 1-11

1965 - 1975

Box 247, Folder 1-2

1976 - 1977

Box 247, Folder 3-5

Current literature re: polio, volumes 14-16 1960 - 1962

 

Grant applications

Box 247, Folder 6-8

1956 - 1964

Box 248, Folder 1-6

1965 - 1973

Box 249, Folder 1-3

1974 - 1979

Box 249, Folder 4

March of Dimes correspondence 1969-1976 & 1983

 

Meetings of National Foundation

Box 249, Folder 5

1948, January 7-8: Round Table Conference on Immunogenic Types of the Virus of Poliomyelitis

Box 249, Folder 6

1948, July 9-10: Round Table Conference, Methods for the Determination of the Immunologic Types of the Virus of Poliomyelitis

Box 249, Folder 7

1950, July 6-7: IN VITRO Diagnostic Tests for Poliomyelitis, the Infection and the Virus

Box 250, Folder 1-3

1951, March 15-17: Conference on Immunization in Polio

Box 250, Folder 4

1952, May 8-9: Conference on Tissue Culture

Box 250, Folder 5

1952, May 9-10: Conference on Epidemiology

Box 250, Folder 6

1952, September 10: Tissue Culture Meeting

Box 250, Folder 7

1953, February 26: Infantile Paralysis

Box 250, Folder 8

1956, May 7-8: Conference on Tests for Diagnosis and Determination of Immune Status in Polio

Box 250, Folder 9

1957, November 27: Conference on Nonprimate Cells Susceptible to Polio Viruses

Box 250, Folder 10

1959, January 4-6: "Polio and Beyond"

Box 250, Folder 11

1961, May 8-12: Conference of State and Territorial Epidemiologists

Box 250, Folder 12

1965, October 10: March of Dimes Meeting

Box 251, Folder 1

1968, December: Dallas Mother's March Meeting

Box 251, Folder 2

1970, March 23-25: Conference on Genetic and Cellular Bases of Congenital Renal Dysfunction

Box 251, Folder 3

1972, September 30: March of Dimes Children Award

Box 251, Folder 4

1972, December 13-16: National Volunteer Leadership Conference

Box 251, Folder 5

1972, December 14-16: The Science of Life

Box 251, Folder 6

1973, January 30: "Man of the Year" Dinner

Box 251, Folder 7

1973, March 18: Beverly Sills Luncheon

Box 251, Folder 8

1973, May 10: March of Dimes Annual Meeting (San Francisco)

Box 251, Folder 9

1973, July 29-August 4: National Staff Conference on "Birth Defects Prevention: Sights and Insights"

Box 251, Folder 10

1974, March 1: March of Dimes (Houston)

Box 251, Folder 11

1974, May 1-2: Life Science Convocation (Atlanta, Georgia)

Box 251, Folder 12

1976, March 16: Life Science Convocation (Baltimore Chapter)

Box 251, Folder 13

1976, March 16: Life Science Convocation (Indiana University)

Box 251, Folder 14

1966 and 1973: Volunteer Leadership Conference

Box 251, Folder 15

News releases 1953, 1955 & 1964-1979

 

O'Connor, Basil

Box 251, Folder 16

1949 - 1962

Box 252, Folder 1-2

1963 - 1966, 1969 - 1972

Box 252, Folder 3

Photographs

Box 252, Folder 4

Polio vaccine promotion statement 1961

 

Publications - Oversize and booklet

Box 252, Folder 5, Oversize FB-251-01

Georgia Warm Springs Annual Reports 1940 - 1958

Box 252, Folder 6, Oversize FB-251-02

"Information to Physicians" 1955 - 1958

Box 252, Folder 7-10, Oversize FB-251-03-06

National Foundation Annual Reports 1947 - 1982

Box 252, Folder 11-13, Oversize FB-251-07-09

National Foundation News 1950 - 1960

Box 252, Folder 14, Oversize FB-251-10

Polio Post 1951 - 1960

Box 252, Folder 15, Oversize FB-251-11

Miscellaneous

Box 252, Folder 16

Publications - Other National Foundation publications

Box 252, Folder 17

Publicity and fund raising memos 1963 - 1971

Box 252, Folder 18

Report to physicians 1953 - 1957

Box 252, Folder 19

Reports on polio situation 1960 - 1966

Box 253, Folder 1-3

Research Reference Bulletins, #80-179

Box 253, Folder 4

Semi-Annual Progress Report 1948 - 1953

Box 253, Folder 5

Volunteers January 13, 1972

 

Weaver, Harry, M.D

Box 253, Folder 6-7

1948 - 1949 & 1951

Box 254, Folder 1-2

1951 - 1952

Box 254, Folder 3

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Box 254, Folder 4-5

National Training Laboratories Institute for Applied Behavorial Science 1967 - 1975

Box 254, Folder 6

Neva, Franklin A., M.D. - Publication and related correspondence

 

New York University

Box 254, Folder 7

Alumni Affairs

Box 254, Folder 8

Hall of Fame for Great Americans

Box 255, Folder 1

Seminar for Science Writers

 

No reply letters

Box 255, Folder 2-5

1955 - 1956

Box 255, Folder 6

1963 - 1964

Box 256, Folder 1-4

1966 - 1973, 1978 - 1985

Box 256, Folder 5

Noyes, David M

 

Organizations

Box 256, Folder 6

Academy of Independent Scholars

Box 256, Folder 7-8

Ahmanson Foundation 1974 - 1975

Box 256, Folder 9

Allegheny County Medical Society 1950 - 1959

Box 256, Folder 10

American Academy of Achievement, American Epidemological Society

Box 257, Folder 1

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Box 257, Folder 2-3

American Academy of Pediatrics

Box 257, Folder 4

American Association of Immunologists

Box 257, Folder 5

American Association of Science Workers

Box 257, Folder 6

American Federation for Clinical Research

Box 257, Folder 7

American Humanist Association

Box 257, Folder 8

American Medical Association, Association of American Physicians

Box 257, Folder 9

American Public Health Association 1946 - 1954

Box 257, Folder 10

Association of American Physicians

Box 257, Folder 11

Association for Humanist Psychology

Box 257, Folder 12

Beaudry Foundation 1977 - 1981

Box 257, Folder 13

California Institute of Technology, Conference on Immuno-Reproduction

 

"Certain-teed-Jonas Salk Foundation" (CJS Foundation)

Box 257, Folder 14

Agreement (draft)

Box 257, Folder 15

Board of Directors matters

Box 258, Folder 1-2

Brochure - Includes drafts

Box 258, Folder 3

By-Laws and Charter

Box 258, Folder 4

Correspondence 1973 - 1975

Box 258, Folder 5

Erickson, David A

Box 258, Folder 6-7

Grant applications 1973 - 1974

Box 258, Folder 8

Grant proposals - Includes drafts, letters and memos 1973

Box 258, Folder 9

Horton, James B

Box 258, Folder 10

Israel bonds

Box 258, Folder 11

Liason Committee

Box 258, Folder 12

Stationery

Box 258, Folder 13

Common Cause

Box 259, Folder 1-2

Common Cold Foundation 1955 - 1958

Box 259, Folder 3

Communicable Disease Center - Conference of State and Territorial Epidemiologists

Box 259, Folder 4

Comstock Club

Box 259, Folder 5

Conference on Viruses in Search of Disease

Box 259, Folder 6

Congress of World Unity

Box 259, Folder 7

Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria

Box 259, Folder 8

Congressional Clearinghouse on the Future

Box 259, Folder 9

Council for Study of Mankind

Box 259, Folder 10

Delta Omega, Delta Chapter 1947

 

Dreyfus Fund, Inc

Box 259, Folder 11

1971

Box 260, Folder 1-5

1972 - 1980

Box 261, Folder 1-4

1980 - 1983

Box 261, Folder 5-6

Entry of Biology into Humanistic Studies 1969

 

Epoch B Foundation

Box 261, Folder 7

Aldrich, Robert, A., M.D

Box 262, Folder 1

Architecture Workshop

 

American Revolution Bicentennial Administration

Box 262, Folder 2

Bill of Responsibilities - Drafts

Box 262, Folder 3

Correspondence

Box 262, Folder 4

Proposal

Box 262, Folder 5

Proposal draft

Box 262, Folder 6

Bennis, Warren

Box 262, Folder 7

Carlson, Rick J

Box 262, Folder 8

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

 

Correspondence

Box 262, Folder 9-10

1975 - 1976

Box 263, Folder 1-2

1977 - 1978

Box 263, Folder 3-4

Duhl, Leonard J., M.D

Box 263, Folder 5

Fair, James Douglas

Box 263, Folder 6

Flower, Michael J

Box 263, Folder 7

Huston, Perdita

Box 263, Folder 8

Individuals' files

Box 263, Folder 9

Mathews, David

Box 263, Folder 10

Meetings September 10-12, 1976

Box 263, Folder 11, Oversize FB-258-01

Tapes of meeting (13 cassettes) September 11, 1976

Restrictions

Restrictions Apply
Box 264, Folder 1

Meeting September 26, 1977

Box 264, Folder 2

O'Neil, John R

Box 264, Folder 3

Proposal from Stuve and Douglas

Box 264, Folder 4

Raymond, Jack

Box 264, Folder 5

Rosenfeld, Albert

Box 264, Folder 6

Stationery

Box 264, Folder 7

USC Project

Box 264, Folder 8

Vittachi, Varinda Tarzie

Box 264, Folder 9

Faith and Hope Advisory Council

Box 264, Folder 10

Foundation for International Child Health

Box 264, Folder 11

Health Project

Box 264, Folder 12

Human Resource Development

Box 264, Folder 13

Innovation Group

Box 264, Folder 14

Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential

Box 264, Folder 15

Institute for Higher Studies

Box 265, Folder 1

Institute of Medicine

Box 265, Folder 2

International Association for Cultural Freedom - Conference on Technology: Social Goals and Cultural Options August 29, 1979

Box 265, Folder 3

International Cell Research Organization

Box 265, Folder 4

International Community College 1973 - 1977

Box 265, Folder 5

International Joint Conference on Environment and Society in Transition April 27 - May 2, 1970

Box 265, Folder 6-8

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War 1980 - 1983

Box 266, Folder 1

International Platform Association

Box 266, Folder 2

Intra-Science Research Foundation

Box 266, Folder 3

Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation

Box 266, Folder 4

Lilly Research Laboratories, Indiana Science Education Luncheon September 29, 1977

 

MacArthur Foundation

Box 266, Folder 5

Analysis of ideas in Director's interviews

Box 266, Folder 6

Candidates for President

Box 266, Folder 7

Correspondence and miscellany

Box 266, Folder 8-9

Dr. Salk's interviews with the directors

Box 266, Folder 10

General Grants Committees

Box 266, Folder 11

Mandell, Arnold, M.D

Box 266, Folder 12

Miscellaneous 1972 - 1983

Box 267, Folder 1

Tabled proposals

Box 267, Folder 2

Vessels, Gordon

Box 267, Folder 3

Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation

Box 267, Folder 4

Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania

Box 267, Folder 5

Menil Foundation

Box 267, Folder 6

Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters

Box 267, Folder 7

National Immunization Conference

 

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Box 267, Folder 8

Child Health and Development

Box 267, Folder 9

Correspondence re: polio vaccine

 

Meetings

Box 267, Folder 10

July 29, 1948

Box 267, Folder 11

Meeting on the role of viruses re: human malignancies September 16, 1958

Box 267, Folder 12

Meeting re: chick potency test (polio) November 18, 1958

Box 267, Folder 13

Sectional research in microbiology 1951 - 1952

Box 267, Folder 14

Sectional research in microbiology - Grant applications 1951

Box 268, Folder 1

Sectional research in microbiology - Grant applications 1952

Box 268, Folder 2

Symposium on Recent Developments in Research Methods and Instrumentation May 2-4, 1955

Box 268, Folder 3

Virus research

 

National Research Council

Box 268, Folder 4-6

1944 - 1952

Box 269, Folder 1

1953 - 1955

Box 269, Folder 2

National Science Foundation Students

Box 269, Folder 3

Native American Rights Fund 1982 - 1983

Box 269, Folder 4

New York Academy of Science Conference on Cellular Biology, Nucleic Acids and Viruses

Box 269, Folder 5

New York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center Conference on Congenital Malformation of Kidney December 4-6, 1968

Box 269, Folder 6

Nexus Foundation

Box 269, Folder 7

Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign

Box 269, Folder 8

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Box 269, Folder 9

Physicians for Social Responsibility 1981 - 1983

Box 270, Folder 1-2

Population Reference Bureau 1981 - 1983

Box 270, Folder 3

Psychiatric Research Society February 12-14, 1971

Box 270, Folder 4

Regional Commission on Interrelationships of Secondary Schools, Colleges and Professional Schools

 

Rockefeller Foundation

Box 270, Folder 5

General

Box 270, Folder 6

Report on Significance of Research in Immunology

Box 270, Folder 7

Royal Society of Arts

Box 270, Folder 8

Royal Society of Health

Box 270, Folder 9

Royaumont Foundation

Box 270, Folder 10

San Diego County Citizens for Proposition 1

Box 271, Folder 1

Scanticon

Box 271, Folder 2

Sigma Xi

 

Society of American Bacteriologists

Box 271, Folder 3

1946 - 1949

Box 271, Folder 4-5

Allegheny County Branch 1947 - 1960

Box 271, Folder 6

Society for Biological Research

Box 271, Folder 7

Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine

Box 271, Folder 8

Symposium on the Future of Man September 29, 1959

Box 271, Folder 9

Symposium (Gustav Stern) Perspectives in Virology January 25-26, 1960

Box 271, Folder 10

Symposium on Immunopathology January 10-18, 1963

Box 271, Folder 11

Tranplantation Society Meeting

Box 272, Folder 1

Twenty-One Century Program March 3, 1968

Box 272, Folder 2

Van Leer Foundations

Box 272, Folder 3

Wellcome Research Laboratories Symposium on Immunization in Childhood May 4-6, 1959

Box 272, Folder 4

World Affairs Council of San Diego

Box 272, Folder 5

World Future Society

Box 272, Folder 6-8

World Health Organization 1956 - 1961 & 1970

Box 272, Folder 9

World Institute Council

Box 272, Folder 10

World Organization for Human Potential

Box 272, Folder 11

World Simulation Organization

 

Miscellaneous organizations

Box 273, Folder 1-4

1947 - 1953

Box 273, Folder 5-6

1962 - 1963

Box 274, Folder 1-6

1964 - 1967

Box 275, Folder 1-5

1967 - 1969

Box 276, Folder 1-6

1969 - 1971

Box 277, Folder 1-7

1971 - 1976

Box 278, Folder 1-7

1977 - 1983

Box 279, Folder 1

Pearson, Harold E., M.D

Box 279, Folder 2

Picard, Fred A

Box 279, Folder 3

Pincus, William

Box 279, Folder 4

Pittsburgh Municipal Hospital

Box 279, Folder 5

Polanyi, Michael

Box 279, Folder 6

Possible human subjects

Box 279, Folder 7

Psychopathology - Quantation

 

Publicity/media

Box 279, Folder 8, Oversize FB-251-12

Vogue article about Salk Institute August 15, 1967

Box 279, Folder 9-14

Other materials 1949 - 1977

Box 279, Folder 15

Real estate information 1963

Box 279, Folder 16

Reference lists

 

Reprint requests

Box 280, Folder 1-6

1949 - 1966 & undated

Box 280, Folder 7, Oversize FB-262-01

Postcards

Box 280, Folder 8, Oversize FB-263-01

Postcards

Box 280, Folder 9, Oversize FB-264-01

Postcards

Box 280, Folder 10, Oversize FB-265-01

Postcards

Box 280, Folder 11, Oversize FB-266-01

Postcards

Box 280, Folder 12, Oversize FB-267-01

Postcards

Box 280, Folder 13

Research qualifications

Box 280, Folder 14

Reviews, Requests for 1968 - 1976

Box 280, Folder 15

Rockefeller, John D. III

Box 280, Folder 16

Rose, Frank A

Box 280, Folder 17

Rosen, Robert

Box 281, Folder 1

Ruckle-Enders, Gisela

Box 281, Folder 2

Ryback, John J

Box 281, Folder 3

Sabin, Albert B., M.D

Box 281, Folder 4

Jonas Salk High Schools - Sacramento, California

Box 281, Folder 5-6

Jonas Salk Middle Schools - Old Bridge, New Jersey. News clippings & 1972 yearbook

Box 281, Folder 7-8

SALT II

Box 281, Folder 9

San Diego Blood Bank Dedication November 15, 1972

 

San Diego, City of

Box 281, Folder 10

Gilderstrip - Black's Beach proposal

Box 281, Folder 11

Miscellaneous

Box 281, Folder 12

San Diego 200th Anniversary

Box 281, Folder 13

San Diego Science Fair

Box 281, Folder 14

Schaff, Adam, M.D

Box 282, Folder 1

School Health Committee

Box 282, Folder 2

Science and religion

Box 282, Folder 3

Scotch, Norman

Box 282, Folder 4

Social action

Box 282, Folder 5

Stone, W. Clement

Box 282, Folder 6

Strehler, Bernard, M.D

Box 282, Folder 7

Strong, Leonell, M.D

Box 282, Folder 8

Student rebellion

 

Studies

 

Brown, Lenora

Box 282, Folder 9

I. Color Change of Phenol Red in Cultures of Chick Embryo Tissue as a Visible Method for Assay of WEE Virus and its Antibody

Box 282, Folder 10

I. Isolation and Propogation: Pathogenicity for Kidney Cell Cultures of Certain Agents Derived from "Normal" Monkey Kidney Tissue

Box 282, Folder 11

Miscellaneous

Box 282, Folder 12

Composition of Bovine Fluids as Cell Culture Medium - NEVA

Box 282, Folder 13

Herpes (Doctors Finlay, Klone and Tall)

Box 282, Folder 14

Influence of Normal Sera on Influenza Viruses

Box 282, Folder 15

Dr. Klone

Box 282, Folder 16

Dr. Multhaler

Box 282, Folder 17

Rubella

 

Ruckle-Enders, Gisela

Box 282, Folder 18

I. Propagation in Different Tissue Cultures (Studies with Measles Virus)

Box 282, Folder 19

II. Immunologic and Epidemiologic Observations in Monkeys in a Lab Colony

Box 282, Folder 20

III. Attempts at Isolation of Post-Mortem Human Tissue

Box 282, Folder 21

I. Isolation and Tissue Culture Behavior of Agents and id. of Minia Closely Related to Measles Virus (Studies with Monkey IntraNuclear Inclusion)

Box 283, Folder 1

Dr. Tall

Box 283, Folder 2

Telegrams

Box 283, Folder 3

Telephone log

 

Travel

Box 283, Folder 4-5

Belgium 1961 - 1962

Box 283, Folder 6

Brazil 1960

Box 283, Folder 7

Denmark 1959

Box 283, Folder 8-9

England 1959

Box 283, Folder 10

Greece 1975

Box 283, Folder 11

India 1976

Box 284, Folder 1-2

India 1977 - 1979

Box 284, Folder 3-4

Israel 1958 - 1959

Box 284, Folder 5

Italy 1959

Box 284, Folder 6

Netherlands 1959

Box 284, Folder 7

Sweden 1959 - 1961

Box 284, Folder 8

USSR 1956 - 1958

Box 284, Folder 9

Travel and reservations

Box 284, Folder 10

Troan, John (of the Pittsburgh Press)

Box 284, Folder 11

Truman, Harry

 

United States Government

Box 284, Folder 12

Activities of Division of Biologic Standards

 

Department of Army - Medical publications

Box 284, Folder 13

"The Bulletin of the U.S. Army Medical Department" January 1946

Box 285, Folder 1

Miscellaneous 1948

Box 285, Folder 2

Department of Energy

Box 285, Folder 3

Department of Health, Education and Welfare

Box 285, Folder 4

Public Health Service, Technical Advisory Committee

Box 285, Folder 5

Selective Service

Box 285, Folder 6-7

Senate Foreign Relations Committee May 5, 1976

Box 285, Folder 8

U.S. Visit of USSR Virologists January 1956

Box 285, Folder 9

University of California, Los Angeles - Conference: "Master of Life" September 4, 1966

 

University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

 

Adjunct professorship

Box 285, Folder 10

1970

Box 286, Folder 1-5

1971 - 1982

 

Correspondence

Box 286, Folder 6-7

1968 - 1978

Box 287, Folder 1

1978 - 1982

Box 287, Folder 2

"Golden Mountain"

Box 287, Folder 3

Human Health TSI June 4, 1974

Box 287, Folder 4

Invitations

Box 287, Folder 5

Regional Center for Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke

Box 287, Folder 6

University Extension Series May 22, 1973

 

University of Michigan

Box 287, Folder 7

Correspondence

 

Curriculum materials

Box 287, Folder 8

Epidemiology 140 1946 - 1947

Box 287, Folder 9

Epidemiology - Lecture notes

Box 287, Folder 10-11

Epidemiology 240 1944 - ca. 1947

Box 287, Folder 12

Epidemiology 241 1946

Box 287, Folder 13

Epidemiology - Miscellaneous

Box 287, Folder 14

Epidemiology of Influenza May 5, 1944

Box 287, Folder 15

Inservice course re: influenza lecture September 21, 1944

Box 287, Folder 16

Post-War Epidemiology (A. Sabin)

Box 287, Folder 17

Preventive medicine lecture on polio April 26, 1945

Box 288, Folder 1

Test problems for students

Box 288, Folder 2

Tumor virus seminar September 14, 1942

Box 288, Folder 3

Vaccination seminar - Dr. Francis' course in Epidemiology August 17, 1942

Box 288, Folder 4

Enrollment records, Epidemiology 140 ca. 1947

Box 288, Folder 5

Monthly reports re: student health 1946

Box 288, Folder 6

Notice of Appointment July 23, 1947

Box 288, Folder 7

School of Public Health

Box 288, Folder 8

University of the Philippines (1968 visit)

 

University of Pittsburgh

Box 288, Folder 9

Budget Performance Reports

 

Committees

Box 288, Folder 10

Administrative Functions

Box 288, Folder 11

Development and Building

Box 288, Folder 12

Educational Policies

Box 288, Folder 13

Executive Functions

Box 289, Folder 1-2

Executive Functions

Box 289, Folder 3

Faculty Research

Box 289, Folder 4

Preventive Medicine

Box 289, Folder 5-6

Research and Development 1948 - 1956

 

Correspondence and miscellany

Box 290, Folder 1-3

1948 - 1951

Box 290, Folder 4-6

1955 - 1957

Box 291, Folder 1-6

1957 - 1959

Box 292, Folder 1-5

1959 - 1960

Box 293, Folder 1-6

1961 - 1966

 

Curriculum materials

 

Bacteriology 151

Box 293, Folder 7

Final exam

Box 294, Folder 1

Student papers

Box 294, Folder 2

Graduate School of Public Health

Box 294, Folder 3

Preventative medicine lectures

 

School of Medicine

Box 294, Folder 4

Correspondence and miscellany

Box 294, Folder 5

First year medical students

Box 294, Folder 6

Schedules 1948 - 1958

Box 294, Folder 7

Second year course in Public Health

Box 294, Folder 8

Third and fourth year students

Box 294, Folder 9

Fourth year, pediatrics students

Box 294, Folder 10

Virology

Box 295, Folder 1

Department of Research Medicine

Box 295, Folder 2

Faculty matters

Box 295, Folder 3-5

Fiscal reports/Budget activity

 

Grants

Box 295, Folder 6

Influenza 1947 - 1953

Box 295, Folder 7

Miscellaneous correspondence

 

NFIP: Applications and budgets

Box 295, Folder 8

1948 - 1951

Box 296, Folder 1

1952 - 1954

Box 296, Folder 2

Professional services 1954

Box 296, Folder 3

Treasurer's reports 1955 - 1956

Box 296, Folder 4

Laboratory equipment

Box 296, Folder 5

Library of Health Professions - List of periodicals April 1958

Box 296, Folder 6

McEllroy, William S., M.D

Box 296, Folder 7

Memoranda

Box 296, Folder 8

Move of equipment to La Jolla

Box 296, Folder 9

News release re: viruses

Box 296, Folder 10

Parran, Thomas, M.D

Box 296, Folder 11

Patent application for polio vaccine

 

Personnel

Box 297, Folder 1

Accident reports

 

Applicants

Box 297, Folder 2-5

1947 - 1954

Box 298, Folder 1-5

1955 - 1962

Box 298, Folder 6

Business office details

Box 298, Folder 7

Correspondence

Box 298, Folder 8

Correspondence with McEllroy

Box 299, Folder 1

Medical students sessions

Box 299, Folder 2

Miller, Gail L

Box 299, Folder 3

Office of Personal Matters

 

Payroll records

Box 299, Folder 4-8

1948 - 1957

Box 300, Folder 1

Influenza study section 1953 - 1954

Box 300, Folder 2

Temporary workers

Box 300, Folder 3

Petty cash reports

Box 300, Folder 4

Possible candidates for staff

Box 300, Folder 5-6

Staff memos

Box 300, Folder 7

Travel vouchers

Box 300, Folder 8

Virus research lab staff

Box 300, Folder 9

Press releases

Box 301, Folder 1

Report of meetings re: Department of Radiology 1952 - 1953

Box 301, Folder 2

Report on Health Center 1958

Box 301, Folder 3

Reprints from Virus Research Lab staff, #A-1 through A-29

 

University of Pittsburgh

 

Requisitions July 1, 1959 - June 30, 1960

Box 301, Folder 4

Chemicals

Box 301, Folder 5

Equipment

Box 301, Folder 6

Glassware

Box 301, Folder 7

Maintenance

Box 301, Folder 8

Miscellaneous

Box 301, Folder 9

Printed matter, slides

Box 302, Folder 1

Standing order

Box 302, Folder 2

University departments

 

Requisitions July 1, 1960 - June 30, 1961

Box 302, Folder 3

Chemicals

Box 302, Folder 4

Equipment

Box 302, Folder 5

Glassware

Box 302, Folder 6

Maintenance

Box 302, Folder 7

Miscellaneous

Box 302, Folder 8

Printed matters, slides

Box 302, Folder 9

Standing orders

Box 303, Folder 1

University departments

Box 303, Folder 2

School of Public Health Newsletter May 1942

Box 303, Folder 3

University calendar 1952 - 1953

 

Virus Research Laboratory

Box 303, Folder 4-5

Miscellaneous materials 1950 - 1951

Box 303, Folder 6

Diagnostic work

Box 303, Folder 7

Injury reports

Box 303, Folder 8

Memoranda

Box 303, Folder 9

Progress reports

 

Staff writings

Box 303, Folder 10

Bazeley et al., "Plasma Derivatives of Tissue Culture for Growth of Polio Virus"

Box 303, Folder 11

Krech, "Antigenic Potency of Non-Infectious Poliomyelitis Virus as Determinded by its Liberating Effect on Active Virus Neutralized by Immune Serum"

Box 303, Folder 12

Krech, "Development of Immunity in Mice After Vaccination with Polio Vaccine"

Box 303, Folder 13

Krech, "Intravenous Infection with Type II Polio Virus in Mice"

Box 303, Folder 14

Krech and Lewis, "Propagation of B Virus in Tissue Culture"

Box 303, Folder 15

Krech and introduction by Salk, "Studies on the Intracerebral Adaptation to Mice of the Leon Strain of Type 3 Poliomyelitis Virus"

Box 303, Folder 16

Krech and introduction by Salk, "Susceptibility of Mice to Infection with the Mahoney Strain for Type I Poliomyelitis Virus"

Box 303, Folder 17

Neva, F., "Polio in Family After Inoculation with DPT"

Box 303, Folder 18

Neva, F., "A Second Outbreak of Boston Exanthem Disease in Pittsburgh During 1954"

Box 303, Folder 19

Younger, J. S., "Demonstration of Neutralizing Antibodies for Poliomyelitis Viruses"

Box 303, Folder 20

Younger, J. S., "Studies with Monolayer Tissue Cultures I"

Box 303, Folder 21

Younger, J. S., "Studies with Monolayer Tissue Cultures II"

Box 303, Folder 22

Younger, J. S., "Studies with Monolayer Tissue Cultures III"

Box 303, Folder 23

Younger, J. S., "Virus Adsorption and Plaque Formation in Monolayer Cultures of Trypsin-Dispersed Monkey Kidney"

Box 303, Folder 24

Younger, J. S., "Virus Yield Per Cell in Monkey Kidney Cultures Inoculated with Different Strains of Poliomyelitis Virus"

Box 304, Folder 1

Younger and introduction by Salk, "Polio Virus Antibody in Different Lots of Human Serum Gamma Globulin"

Box 304, Folder 3

Supplies and equipment

Box 304, Folder 2

Stationery and mailing labels

Box 304, Folder 4

Vasconcellos, John

Box 304, Folder 5

D. T. Watson Home

Box 304, Folder 6

Weekly calendar

Box 304, Folder 7

Women Against Cancer January 12, 1972

Box 304, Folder 8

Workman, William

Box 304, Folder 9

Younger, Julius

 

WRITINGS, LECTURES AND INTERVIEWS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 4) WRITINGS, LECTURES, AND INTERVIEWS. Arranged in eight subseries: A) Numbered Publications, B) Books, C) Grant Applications, D) Interviews of Dr. Salk, E) Lectures and Speeches, F) Notes, G) Open Letter Drafts, and H) Miscellaneous Writings.
A) Numbered Publications: This subseries begins with a file listing Dr. Salk's publications, followed by published writings arranged in the numerical order established by his staff. This order is essentially chronological, and the materials are mostly reprints of articles that appeared in professional and scientific journals. Many of these articles were originally presented orally at conferences and other events.
B) Books
C) Grant Applications
D) Interviews of Dr. Salk
E) Lectures and Speeches: Manuscripts, notes, and typewritten drafts supporting oral presentations. Some of Dr. Salk's lectures or speeches were later published, and those versions may appear in subseries A) Numbered Publications. Organized chronologically.
F) Notes: Includes a notebook, dated 1957-1958, with Dr. Salk's ideas for the future Salk Institute.
G) Open Letter Drafts
H) Miscellaneous Writings: Contains, among other materials, papers relating to the establishment of the Salk Institute, including a transcript of Dr. Salk's 1960 appearance before the San Diego City Council.
 

Numbered Publications

Box 304, Folder 10

List of numbered publications

Box 304, Folder 11

1 - "Method for Separation of Micro-Organisms from Large Quantities of Broth Culture." 1938

Box 304, Folder 12

2 - "The Antigenic Potency of Influenza Virus Following Inactivation of Ultraviolet Radiation." 1940

Box 304, Folder 13-14

3 - "Partial Purification of the Virus of Epidemic Influenza by Absorption on Calcium Phosphate." 1941

Box 304, Folder 15

4 - "A Simplified Procedure for the Concentration and Purification of Influenza Virus." 1942

Box 304, Folder 16

5 - "Identification of Influenza Virus Type A in Current Outbreak of Respiratory Disease." 1944

Box 304, Folder 17

6 - "Protective Effect of Vaccination Against Induced Influenza Virus A." 1944

Box 304, Folder 18

7 - "Protective Effect of Vaccination Against Induced Influenza B." 1944

Box 304, Folder 19

8 - "Immunity in Human Subjects Artificially Infected with Influenza Virus, Type B." 1944

Box 304, Folder 20

9 - "Joint Report with Members of the Commission on Influenza: A Clinical Evaluation of Vaccination..." 1944

Box 304, Folder 21

10 - "A Simplified Procedure for Titrating Hemagglutinating Capacity of Influenza Virus and the..." 1944

Box 304, Folder 22-23

11 - "The Immunizing Effect of Calcium Phosphate Absorbed Influenza Virus." 1944

Box 304, Folder 24

12 - "Protective Effect of Vaccination Against Induced Influenza A." 1945

Box 304, Folder 25

13 - "Protective Effect of Vaccination Against Induced Influenza B." 1945

Box 304, Folder 26-27

14 - "A Clinical, Epidemiological and Immunological Evaluation of Vaccination Against Epidemic..." 1945

Box 304, Folder 28

15 - "Immunization Against Influenza with Observations During an Epidemic of Influenza A - One year..." 1945

Box 304, Folder 29-30

16 - "Laboratory Methods Used for the Recognition of Influenza." 1946

Box 305, Folder 1

17 - "The Protective Effect of Vaccination Against Epidemic Influenza B." 1946

Box 305, Folder 2

17a - "Influenza in Europe During the Winter of 1945-1946." 1946

Box 305, Folder 3-4

18 - "Immunization Against Influenza." 1946

Box 305, Folder 5

19 - "A Consideration of Vaccination Against Influenza." 1946

Box 305, Folder 6-7

20 - "Variation in Influenza Viruses. A Study of Heat Stability of the Red Cell Agglutinating Factor." 1946

Box 305, Folder 8-9

21 - "Effect of Formalin in Increasing Heat Stability of Influenza Virus Hemagglutinin." 1946

Box 305, Folder 10-11

22 - "The Control of Influenza by Immunization." 1947

Box 305, Folder 12

23 - "Reactions to Influenza Virus Vaccines." 1947

Box 305, Folder 13

24 - "A Method Applicable to the Standardization of Influenza Virus Vaccines" 1947

Box 305, Folder 14-15

25 - "Experience with Vaccination Against Influenza in the Spring of 1947." 1947

Box 305, Folder 16-17

26 - "Influenza." 1947

General note

Photocopy of chapter from Handbook of Communicable Diseases, drafts, notes & correspondence
Box 305, Folder 18-19

27 - "Studies on the Antigenicity, in Man, of Calcium Phosphate Absorbed Influenza Virus; With..." 1947

Box 306, Folder 1-2

28 - "Reactions to Concentrated Influenza Virus Vaccines." 1948

Box 306, Folder 3-4

29 - "A Plastic Plate for Use in Tests Involving Virus Hemagglutination and Other Similar Reactions." 1948

Box 306, Folder 5-6

29a - "Studies on Calcium Phosphate Absorbed Influenza Virus." 1949

Box 306, Folder 7-8

30 - "Importance of Antigenic Composition of Influenza Virus Vaccine in Protecting Against the..." 1949

Box 306, Folder 9-10

31 - "Differences in Antigenic Capacity Among Influenza Virus Strains." 1949

Box 306, Folder 11-12

31a - "Unusual Serological Findings in a Group of Cases of Pneumococcal Associated with the Presence..." 1949

Box 306, Folder 13-14

32 - "Viral and Rickettsial Infections of the Lung." 1949

Box 306, Folder 15-16

33 - "Antibody in Yolk of Eggs and in Serum From Hens Inoculated with Viruses of Influenza and..." 1950

Box 306, Folder 17-18

34 - "Immunologic Comparison of Different Laboratory Lines of the Lansing Strain of Poliomyelitis Virus." 1951

Box 306, Folder 19-20

35 - "Evidence for Dissociation of Titer of Infections and Antigenic Activity in the Preparing of..." 1951

Box 306, Folder 21

35a - "A Safe Immunologic Adjuvant for Enhancing the Height and Persistent of Antibody Response..." 1951

Box 306, Folder 22-23

36 - "Direction of Research on Vaccination Against Influenza - New Studies with Immunological Adjuvants." 1951

Box 306, Folder 24-25

37 - "The Use of Adjuvants to Facilitate Studies on the Immunologic Classification of Poliomyelitis..." 1951

Box 307, Folder 1-2

38 - "Immunologic Classification of Poliomyelitis Viruses - Results Obtained With the Method of..." 1951

Box 307, Folder 3

38a - "Immunologic Classification of Poliomyelitis Viruses - Results Obtained With the Method of..." 1951

Box 307, Folder 4-5

38b - "Immunologic Classification of Poliomyelitis Viruses - Results of Typing by Neutralization of..." 1951

Box 307, Folder 6-7

39 - "A Critique of Serologic Methods for the Study of Influenza Viruses." 1951

Box 307, Folder 8-9

40 - "Studies on Poliomyelitis Viruses in Cultures of Monkey Testicular Tissues." 1952

Box 307, Folder 10-11

41 - "Studies on Poliomyelitis Viruses in Cultures of Monkey Testicular Tissue II. Differences..." 1952

Box 307, Folder 12-13

42 - "The Use of Adjuvants in Studies on Influenza - Measurements in Monkeys of the Dimensions of..." 1952

 

43 - "The Use of Adjuvants in Studies on Influenza Immunization - Increased Antibody Formation in..." 1952

Box 307, Folder 14

Reprints

Box 308, Folder 1

Drafts, correspondence & figures

Box 308, Folder 2-3

44 - "Studies on Poliomyelitis Viruses in Cultures of Monkey Testicular Tissue - Isolation and..." 1952

Box 308, Folder 4-5

45 - "Effect of 5-Amino-7-Hydroxy-1H-V-Triazolo - Pyrimidine on Growth and Development of the Chick..." 1950

Box 308, Folder 6-7

46 - "An Interpertation of the Significance of the Influenza Virus for the Development of..." 1952

Box 308, Folder 8

47 - "Immunization of Monkeys with Poliomyelitis Viruses Grown in Cultures of Monkey Testicular Tissues." 1952

Box 308, Folder 9

48 - " A Study of Factors Important for the Application of Roller Tube Cultures of Monkey Testicular..." 1952

Box 308, Folder 10

49 - "Destruction of Infectivity and Retention of Antigenicity of Poliomyelitis Viruses Contained in..." 1952

Box 308, Folder 11-12

50 - "Studies in Human Subjects on Active Immunization Against Poliomyelitis." Reprint, drafts & correspondence 1953

Box 308, Folder 13-14

51 - "Use of Adjuvants in Studies on Influenza Immunization - Degree of Persistence of Antibody..." 1953

Box 308, Folder 15-16

52 - "Immunization Against Poliomyelitis." 1953

Box 308, Folder 17-18

53 - "Principles of Immunization as Applied to Poliomyelitis and Influenza." 1953

Box 308, Folder 19-20

54 - " Mechanisms of Convalescent Immunity and How it May Be Stimulated." Photocopy of reprint & drafts 1954

Box 308, Folder 21-22

55 - "Recent Studies on Immunization Against Poliomyelitis." 1953

 

56 - "Formaldehyde Treatment and Safety Testing of Experimental Poliomyelitis Vaccines" 1954

Box 308, Folder 23

Reprint

Box 309, Folder 1

Drafts, correspondence & figures

Box 309, Folder 2-3

57 - "Studies in Human Subjects on Active Immunization Against Poliomyelitis - Practical Means for..." 1954

Box 309, Folder 4-5

58 - "Use of Color Change of Phenol Red as the Indicator in titrating Poliomyelitis Virus or its..." 1954

Box 309, Folder 6-7

59 - "Antigenic Activity of Poliomyelitis Vaccines Undergoing Filed Test." 1955

Box 309, Folder 8-9

60 - "Present Status of the Problem of Vaccination Against Poliomyelitis." 1955

Box 309, Folder 10

61 - "Studies with Non-Infectious Poliomyelitis Virus Vaccines." 1955

Box 309, Folder 11-12

61a - "Vaccines for Poliomyelitis." 1955

Box 309, Folder 13-14

62 - "Vaccines Against Paralytic Poliomyelitis - Performance and Prospects." 1955

 

63 - "Considerations in the Preparation and Use of Poliomyelitis Virus Vaccine" 1955

Box 309, Folder 15

Reprint

Box 310, Folder 1

Drafts and correspondence

Box 310, Folder 2-3

64 - "A Concept of the Mechanism of Immunity for Preventing Paralysis in Poliomyelitis." 1955

Box 310, Folder 4-5

65 - "Poliomyelitis Vaccination - Practicalities for the Practicing Physician." 1955

Box 310, Folder 6-7

66 - "Poliomyelitis Vaccine in the Fall of 1955." 1956

Box 310, Folder 8

66a - "Interim Report, Public Health Service Technical Committee on Poliomyelitis Vaccine." 1955

Box 310, Folder 9-10

67 - "Antibody Titer for Seven Different Type I Strains of Poliomyelitis Virus in Children..." 1956

Box 310, Folder 11-12

68 - "Effect of Prolonged Formaldehyde Treatment Upon Antigenic Activity of Different Strains of..." 1956

Box 310, Folder 13-14

69 - "Requirements for Persistent Immunity to Poliomyelitis." 1956

Box 310, Folder 15

69a - "The Monkey Safety Test for Poliomyelitis Vaccine" 1956

Box 310, Folder 16-17

70 - "Serial Urinary Counts in Patients Innoculated with Poliomyelitis Vaccine Prepared from Monkey..." 1955

Box 310, Folder 18-19

71 - "Antigenic Potency of Poliomyelitis - Influence on Degree and Duration of Vaccine Effect." 1956

Box 311, Folder 1-2

72 - "Poliomyelitis Vaccination in the Fall of 1956." 1957

Box 311, Folder 3-4

73 - "Viral and Cellular Factors Pertinent to the Control of Paralytic Poliomyelitis with a Non-Infectious..."

Box 311, Folder 5

74 - "Basic Principles Underlying Immunization Against Poliomyelitis with a Non-Infectious Vaccine." ca. 1957

General note

012-020
Box 311, Folder 6-7

75 - "Some Characteristics of a Continuously Propagating Cell Derived from Monkey Heart Tissue." 1957

Box 311, Folder 8-9

76 - "Evaluation of Influenza Vaccine in an Explosive Epidemic of Mixed Etiology." 1958

Box 311, Folder 10-11

77 - "How Many Injections of Poliomyelitis Vaccine for Effective and Durable Immunity?" 1958

 

78 - "Current Trends in Poliovirus Activity" 1959

Box 311, Folder 12

Reprint

Box 312, Folder 1

Draft & correspondence

Box 312, Folder 2-3

79 - "Poliomyelitis Vaccine Preparation and Administration." 1959

Box 312, Folder 4-5

80 - "Preconceptions About Vaccination Against Paralytic Poliomyelitis." 1959

Box 312, Folder 6-7

81 - "Vaccination Against Poliomyelitis - An Ounce of Prevention." 1959

Box 312, Folder 8-9

82 - "Poliomyelitis Control." 1959

Box 312, Folder 10-12

83 - " A Review of Theoretical, Experimental, and Practical Considerations in the Use of..." 1960

Box 313, Folder 1-2

84 - "Persistence of Immunity After Administration of Formalin Treated Poliovirus Vaccine." 1960

General note

012-021
Box 313, Folder 3-4

85 - "Viral Diseases: Their Control by Immunologic Means." 1961

Box 313, Folder 5-6

86 - "Biological Basis of Disease and Behavior." 1962

Box 313, Folder 7-8

87 - "Biology in the Future." 1962

Box 313, Folder 9

87a - "Infectious Molecules and Human Disease." 1962

Box 313, Folder 10

88 - "Mechanism of Immunity in Virus Infections." 1963

Box 313, Folder 11-12

89 - "Awareness of Order." 1963

General note

078-012
 

90 - "Polio Immunization and the Herd Effect" 1963

Box 313, Folder 13

Photocopy of reprint

Box 314, Folder 1

Draft, correspondence & figures

Box 314, Folder 2

90a - "Fusion of LLC-MK2 Tissue Culture Cells Induced by Measles Virus." 1966

Box 314, Folder 3

91 - "Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis: An Encephalitogenic Basic Protein From Bovine Myelin." 1969

Box 314, Folder 4-6

92 - "Narcissism and Responsibility in Science and in Man." 1969

Box 314, Folder 7-8

93 - "Immunological Paradoxes - Theoretical Considerations in the Rejection or Retention of..." 1969

Box 314, Folder 9-10

94 - "The Restless Spirit of Thomas Francis, Jr. Still Lives." 1970

Box 314, Folder 11-12

95 - "The World We Live In." 1971

General note

014-001
Box 315, Folder 1-2

96 - "What Do We Mean by Health?" 1972

Box 315, Folder 3-4

97 - "Control of Influenza and Poliomyelitis With Killed Virus Vaccines." 1977

Box 315, Folder 5-6

98 - "Vaccination Against Poliomyelitis." 1978

Box 315, Folder 7

99 - "Killed Poliovirus Antigen Titration in Humans." 1978

Box 315, Folder 8

100 - "Principles of Vaccinology in the Control of Virus Disease: Poliomyelitis." 1978

General note

Photocopy of chapter from Virus and Environment
Box 315, Folder 9

100a - "Anticipating Tomorrow's Schools." 1978

General note

Photocopy of chapter from Educational Reform for a Changing Society
Box 315, Folder 10

101 - "Immunology Medicine: A Perspective." 1979

 

102a & 102b - (a) "Preliminary Phase Studies of Myelin Basic Protein in Multiple Sclerosis: I. Rationale and Immunologic Observations." (b) "Preliminary Phase Studies of Myelin Basic Protein in Multiple Sclerosis: II. Clinical Observations" 1979

Box 315, Folder 11-13

Photocopies of abstracts & drafts

Box 316, Folder 1

Drafts

Box 316, Folder 2

103 - "The Spector of Malignancy and Criteria For Cell Lines as Substrates for Vaccines." 1979

General note

Photocopy of chapter from Cell Substrates
Box 316, Folder 3

104 - "Immunization Against Poliomyelitis." 1979

Box 316, Folder 4-5

105 - "Myelin Basic Protein Studies in Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis and Multiple..." 1980

General note

Photocopies of chapter from The Supression of Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis and Multiple Sclerosis & drafts

General note

See Also: Accession Processed in 2015
Box 316, Folder 6-7

106 - "A Theory of Multiple Sclerosis Etiology." 1980

General note

Photocopies of chapter from Search for the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis and Other Chronic Diseases of the Central Nervous System & drafts

General note

See Also: Accession Processed in 2015
Box 316, Folder 8-9

107 - "Studies on Myelin Basic Protein Administration in Multiple Sclerosis Patients..." 1980

General note

Photocopy of chapter from Progress in Multiple Sclerosis Research & drafts

General note

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Box 316, Folder 10-11

108 - "Studies on Myelin Basic Protein Administration in Multiple Sclerosis Patients - Preliminary..." 1980

General note

Photocopy of chapter in Progress in Multiple Sclerosis Research & drafts

General note

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Box 316, Folder 12

109 - "Monkey Kidney Cell Growth Optimization and Poliovirus Propagation in Microcarrier Culture." 1981

General note

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Box 316, Folder 13

110 - "Theoretical and Practical Considerations in the Application of Killed Poliovirus Vaccine for..." 1981

General note

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Box 316, Folder 14

111 - "Propagation of Poliovirus in Microcarrier Cultures of Three Monkey Kidney Cell Lines." 1981

General note

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Box 316, Folder 15

112 - "Decreased Circulating T Lymphocytes and Increased Serum Thymosin 1 Level in Patients..." 1982

General note

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Box 316, Folder 16

113 - "Theoretical Considerations and Practical Concerns Regarding the Use of Continuous Cell..." 1982

General note

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Box 316, Folder 17

114 - "Detection and Elimination of Cellular Nucleic Acids in Biologicals Produced on Continuous..." 1982

General note

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Box 316, Folder 18

115 - "Antigen Content of Inactived Poliovirus Vaccine for Use in a One or Two Dose Regimen." 1982

General note

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Box 316, Folder 19

116 - "Immune Response and Minimun Requirement For Immunity to Disease." 1982

General note

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Box 316, Folder 20

117 - "Future Prospects for Vaccination Against Virus Disease." 1982

General note

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Box 316, Folder 21

118 - "A Study of Myelin Basic Protein as a Therapeutic Probe in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis." 1983

General note

Photocopies of chapter from Multiple Sclerosis

General note

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Box 316, Folder 22

119 - "Experience with Inactivated Polio Virus Vaccine: Comparison Between Inactivated and..." 1983

General note

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Box 316, Folder 23

120 - "The Virus of Poliomyelitis: From Discovery to Extinction." 1983

General note

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Box 316, Folder 24

121 - "Serum Demyelinating Factors in Multiple Sclerosis." 1983

General note

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Box 316, Folder 25

122 - "Vaccinology of Poliomyelitis." 1984

General note

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Box 316, Folder 26

123 - "One-Dose Immunization Against Paralytic Poliomyelitis Using a Non-Infectious Vaccine." 1984

General note

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Box 317, Folder 1

124 - "Developmental Fusion of Intuition and Reason: Metabiology and Ontogeny." 1984

General note

Photocopy of chapter from Normality and Life Cycle

General note

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Box 317, Folder 2

125 - "An Evolutionary Approach to World Problems." 1982

General note

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Box 317, Folder 3

126 - "Introduction of Long-Term Immunity to Paralytic Poliomyelitis by Use of Non-Infectious Vaccine." 1984

General note

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Box 317, Folder 4

127 - "Contributions of Bioscience to Biotechnology." 1985

General note

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Box 317, Folder 5

128 - "The Next Evolutionary Step in the Ascent of Man in the Cosmos." 1985

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Box 317, Folder 6

129 - "Health and Lifestyle." 1985

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Box 317, Folder 7

130 - "How Vaccines Work - Principles and Practices." 1985

General note

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Box 317, Folder 8

132 - "Human Conduct and Natural Laws: A Law of Simple and Complex Systems." 1986

General note

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Box 317, Folder 9

133 - "Complexity, Organization, and Uncertainty." 1987

General note

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Box 317, Folder 10

134 - "Immunology of a New Generation of Vaccines." 1987

General note

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Box 317, Folder 11

135 - "Toward Worldwide Eradication of Poliomyelitis." 1986

General note

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Box 317, Folder 12

139 - "Prospects for the Control of AIDS Through Immunization of Seropositive Individuals." 1987

General note

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Books

 

Man Unfolding (New York: Harper and Row, 1972)

Box 317, Folder 13

Published book

Box 317, Folder 14

Additional chapters

Box 317, Folder 15

Excerpts entitled "Biology and Human Life"

Box 317, Folder 16

French version, entitled L'Homme Inacheve, ca. 1984. Includes photocopy of typescript and notes by Dr. Salk

 

The Survival of the Wisest (New York: Harper and Row, 1973)

Box 317, Folder 17

Published book

Box 317, Folder 18

New chapters

Box 317, Folder 19

Excerpts published in Intellectual Digest

Box 318, Folder 1

Elgey, Georgette - French version, entitled La Sagesse de la Nature. Includes photocopy of typescript with corrections and annotations

 

World Population and Human Values: A New Reality, with Jonathan Salk. (New York: Harper and Row, 1981)

Box 318, Folder 2

Published book

Box 318, Folder 3

Photocopy of typescript and pictographic essay

Box 318, Folder 4-6

Drafts

Box 319, Folder 1

Drafts

 

Grant Applications

Box 319, Folder 2

Kroc Foundation 1977

Box 319, Folder 3

National Foundation 1978

 

Interviews of Dr. Salk

Box 319, Folder 4

"Disease Caused by Viruses" script for Allegheny County Medical Society radio program Your Doctor Speaks 1949 April 13

Box 319, Folder 5

"The Scientist Speaks for Himself" scripts for CBS broadcast 1953 March 26

Box 319, Folder 6

"The Endless Frontier" script for NBC television program Wide, Wide World 1957 December 8

Box 319, Folder 7

Interview script for Meet the Press appearance with Lawrence Spivak 1961 May 14

Box 319, Folder 8

Hotel Commodore press conference script 1961 July 13

Box 319, Folder 9

Transcript, KPBS TV broadcast Science and Society 1969-1970

General note

Taped in 1969; broadcast in 1970.
Box 319, Folder 10

Interview by Elizabeth Campbell, Association for Humanistic Psychology 1974 November

Box 319, Folder 11

Interview regarding Man Unfolding, with French translations and annotations by Dr. Salk 1974

Box 320, Folder 1-2

"Prospective et Sante." Interview by Michel Saloman in French - Typescripts 1980 January

Box 320, Folder 2

"Prospective et Sante." Interview by Michel Saloman - English version with corrections 1980-1981

Box 320, Folder 3

Conversation with Theodore Melnechuk 1980 February 6

Box 320, Folder 4

Interview by James Reston, Jr. for Omni 1982-1983

 

Lectures and Speeches

Box 320, Folder 5

"Observations on the Alkalai Denaturation of Crystalline Hen's Egg Albumin." Summary of paper read at meeting of New York University Medical Society 1937 January

Box 320, Folder 6

"Recent Advances in Bacteriology and Immunology..." Presentation at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York 1942 March 4-18

General note

Transcripts with corrections and programs.
Box 320, Folder 7

Lecture for Eloise Hospital staff 1942 November 25

Box 320, Folder 8

Lecture for Eloise Hospital technicians 1943 January 15

Box 320, Folder 9

Lecture, Immunization Against Influenza ca. 1940

Box 320, Folder 10

"Atypical Pneumonia." Presentation for American College of Physicians Meeting, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1944 April 14

General note

Transcript with corrections.
Box 320, Folder 11

Lecture, Atypical Pneumonia

Box 320, Folder 12

Lecture, Influenza Definition ca. 1944

Box 320, Folder 13

"Viral and Rickettsial Diseases." Lecture at Mayo General Hospital, Galesburg, Illinois and the Bacteriology Club, Chicago 1945 March 14-15

Box 320, Folder 14

Lecture, Virus and Rickettsial Diseases 1945 May 15

Box 320, Folder 15

"Lecture on Influenza." Army Medical School 1945 August 2

Box 320, Folder 16

"Methods for the Control of Respiratory Diseases." Manuscript draft and related notes, lecture to public health nurses 1945 August 28

Box 320, Folder 17

"Upper Respiratory Infection." To Detroit Industrial Safety Council 1945 November 6

Box 320, Folder 18

Results of Studies on Reactions to Influenza Virus Vaccine Carried Out in 1944-1945 Under Commission on Influenza ca. 1946

General note

Typescript with corrections.
Box 320, Folder 19

"Reactions Accompanying the Use of Concentrated Influenza Virus Vaccines." Presentation to the Epidemiology Section, American Public Health Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey 1947 October 10

Box 320, Folder 20

Presentation to Society for Biological Research 1947 December 11

General note

Includes notes and program.
Box 320, Folder 21

"Viruses from the Viewpoint of the Biologist." Presentation to University of Pittsburgh Biology Seminar 1948 January

Box 320, Folder 22

"Virus Diseases in the Young Child." Presentation at Children's Hospital 1948 February 5

Box 321, Folder 1

"Influenza Immunization Still Presents a Challenge." Presentation at Society of American Bacteriologists, Pennsylvania 1948 April 1

Box 321, Folder 2

Presentation at Society of American Bacteriologists, Minneapolis 1948 May 11

Box 321, Folder 3

"Virus and Virus Diseases." Presentation at American College of Physicians Symposium, Pittsburgh 1948 September 29

Box 321, Folder 4

"Virus Diseases from the Viewpoint of the Practicing Physician." Presentation at Allegheny County Medical Society, Pittsburgh 1948 October 19

Box 321, Folder 5

"Influenza Virus: Chameleon Among Microbes." Presentation to Sigma Xi, University of Pittsburgh 1948 November 19

Box 321, Folder 6

"Variability Among Influenza Virus Strains and Its Bearing on the Problem of Immunization." Presentation to Society of American Bacteriologists, Baltimore 1948 November 23

Box 321, Folder 7

"Virus Infections of the Respiratory Tract with Particular Reference to Influenza." Presentation to the Butler County Medical Society, Pennsylvania 1949 March 8

Box 321, Folder 8

"Virus Infections of the Central Nervous System." Presentation to Seminar on Pediatric Psychiatry 1949 June 18

Box 321, Folder 9

Pathologic Recognition of Virus Infections 1949 September 23

Box 321, Folder 10

"How Many Viruses Cause Poliomyelitis?" Presentation for the Conference of State Advisors on Women's Activities of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Washington, D.C. 1949 November 10

Box 321, Folder 11

Notes and data for an unidentified lecture 1949

Box 321, Folder 12

Common Cold Problem ca. 1948

Box 321, Folder 13

"Meeting the Tuberculosis Problem in Small Communities" and "Viral and Rickettsial..." Outline of lecture for University of Pittsburgh Series in Graduate Educations, Preventive Medicine, and Public Health ca. 1949-1950

Box 321, Folder 14

"The Importance of Identifying Polio Viruses." Presentation for the Board of Trustees of the National Foundation, New York City 1950 January 19

Box 321, Folder 15

"A Biological View of the Problem of Poliomyelitis." University of Pittsburgh biology seminar 1950 January 25

Box 321, Folder 16

"Laboratory Aids in the Diagnosis of Viral Diseases." Presentation for the Medical Journal Club, Veterans Administration Hospital, Aspinwall, Pennsylvania 1950 March 8

Box 321, Folder 17

"Bulbar Polio: Diagnosis and Management." Presentation for Pittsburgh Pediatric Society, Children's Hospital Day 1950 April 26

Box 321, Folder 18

Outline for course on pulmonary diseases at School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Pittsburgh 1950 May 19

Box 321, Folder 19

"Immunity to Poliomyelitis." Presentation to March of Dimes meeting, Chicago 1950 October 11

Box 321, Folder 20

"Recent Field Studies on Vaccination Against Influenza." Presentation to the Constantinian Society 1950 October 27

Box 321, Folder 21

Outline for "Talk to Allergists" 1951 April 24

Box 321, Folder 22

"Frontiers of Science" broadcast typescript 1952 January

Box 321, Folder 23

"Working Paper." Presentation at the World Health Organization, Expert Committee on Influenza, Geneva, Switzerland 1952 September 8-13

Box 321, Folder 24

"Medical Research in Pittsburgh." Presentation for the Allegheny Conference on Community Development 1953 September 28

Box 321, Folder 25

"Mechanism of Convalescent Immunity and How it may be Simulated." Presentation at International Symposium, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit 1953 October 21-23

Box 321, Folder 26

"Studies with Non-Infectious Poliomyelitis Virus Vaccines." Paper presented at the Third International Poliomyelitis Conference, Rome 1954 September 6-10

Box 321, Folder 27

"Dedication Address." North Allegheny Junior-Senior High School 1954 October 24

Box 321, Folder 28

Mary Scott Newbold Lecture. College of Physicians of Philadelphia 1955 February 2

Box 321, Folder 29

Response of Dr. Salk on being presented with Presidential Citation, the White House, Washington D.C. 1955 April, November

General note

Includes typed signed letter from President Eisenhower.
Box 321, Folder 30

Response of Dr. Salk on being presented with the Medal of Congress, Washington, D.C. 1956 January 26

General note

Includes typescripts; correspondence; TLS from President Eisenhower, January 20, 1956; excerpt from Congressional Record; photograph of medal; and certificate from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
Box 321, Folder 31

Remarks by Dr. Salk at Lasker Award presentation, Atlantic City, New Jersey 1956 November

Box 322, Folder 1

Remark by Dr. Salk at presentation of Howard Taylor Ricketts Memorial Award 1957 May

Box 322, Folder 2

"Remarks in Response to the Question to be Posed by Mrs. Roosevelt - 'What are the...'" Georgia Warm Springs Foundation 1958 January 3

Box 322, Folder 3

"Can it be Expected that Poliomyelitis will be Controlled by a Killed Virus Vaccine?" Presentation at Fifth Congress of the International Society of Internal Medicine, Philadelphia 1958 April 25

Box 322, Folder 4

Analogies Between Immunologic and Psychologic Phenomena 1958 November 21

Box 322, Folder 5

The Meaning of Freedom. Presentation for the Freedom Fund, Inc. 1958

Box 322, Folder 6

Remarks at Presentation of Honorary Degree, University of Leeds, England 1959 May

Box 322, Folder 7

"Man in Evolution." Presentation at Hebrew University, Jerusalem 1959 May 10

Box 322, Folder 8

Presentation at Conference of Radio and Television People, Stanford University 1959 September

Box 322, Folder 9

Response at Presentation of Honorary Fellowship, Weizmann Institute, New York City 1959 December 8

Box 322, Folder 10

Remarks at Acceptance of Gold Medal Award, National Institute of Social Sciences Annual Dinner 1959 December 15

Box 322, Folder 11

"Points to be Made by Jonas E. Salk in Panel Discussion on Vaccination Against Polio..." American Academy of Pediatrics, Atlantic City, New Jersey 1960 April 20

Box 322, Folder 12

Presentation at Meeting of National Foundation Volunteers, Chicago 1960 October 6

Box 322, Folder 13

Lectures at Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1961 February-March

Box 322, Folder 14

"Biology in the Future." Presentation at Panel on Future in the Life Sciences, Centennial Celebration, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1961 April 3-8

 

"Human Purpose - A Biological Necessity." Speech at Cum Laude Society, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hampshire 1961 June 11

Box 322, Folder 15

Typescript and program

General note

011-018
Box 323, Folder 1

Annotated typescripts and drafts

Box 323, Folder 2

"Education - For What?" Presentation at National Education Association National Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey 1961 June 26

Box 323, Folder 3

"Education - For What?" Presentation at National Education Association National Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey 1961 June 26

Box 323, Folder 4

"Purpose in Higher Education." Presentation to Education Congress, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1961 November 20

Box 323, Folder 5

"Immunization Against Virus Diseases." Presentation at 15th Clinical Meeting of the American Medical Association, Denver 1961 November 28

General note

Includes programs, manuscripts, two CDC poliomyelitis surveillance reports, and a Pfizer pamphlet on the Sabin vaccine.
Box 323, Folder 6

"The Humanities from the Viewpoint of a Biologist." Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture, University of Minnesota 1961 November 16

 

"Man's Biological Potential." Presentation to the Maryland Psychiatric Institute, Baltimore

Box 324, Folder 1

Notes and drafts 1961 December

General note

010-037
Box 324, Folder 2

Additional drafts 1961 December

Box 324, Folder 3

Remarks by Dr. Salk at Celebration of Basil O'Connor's 70th Birthday, New York City 1962 January 11

General note

009-034
Box 324, Folder 4

"Chance, Choice, Change, and Challenge." Presentation to the Executives' Club, Chicago 1962 January 19

Box 324, Folder 5

"The Meaning of Health." Presentation to the New School Associates, New York City 1962 March 27

Box 324, Folder 6

"Securing the Future of Man." Presentation to the B' nai B' rith Triennial Convention, Washington, D.C. 1962 May 15

Box 324, Folder 7

"From Molecules to Man." Presentation to the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. 1962 May 15

Box 324, Folder 8

"Man's View of Himself." Donald Fraser Memorial Lecture, Canadian Public Health Association, Toronto 1962 May 28

General note

112-004
Box 324, Folder 9

Remarks at groundbreaking ceremony for the Salk Institute, La Jolla, California 1962 June 1

General note

Includes 011-077
Box 324, Folder 10

"Man, the Trustee of Evolution." Address at Salk Institute Building Fund Pre-campaign meeting, Washington, D.C. 1962 March-June

General note

011-069
Box 324, Folder 11

Remarks by Dr. Salk at International Design Conference, Aspen, Colorado 1962 June 24-30

General note

137-014
Box 325, Folder 1-3

"Mechanisms of Immunity in Virus Infections." Presentation for the 8th International Congress for Microbiology, Montreal 1962 August 19-25

Box 325, Folder 4

Remarks by Dr. Salk at Hadassah National Convention, Pittsburgh 1962 September 17

Box 325, Folder 5

"Man, the Trustee of Evolution." Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University, Banquet 1962 November 20

Box 325, Folder 6

Stearns Foundation Lecture, Phillips Academy, Andover Massachusetts 1963 February 13

General note

137-012
Box 325, Folder 7

Presentation on Viral Diseases, Baylor University, Houston 1963 February 28

Box 325, Folder 8

Remarks by Jonas Salk at Meeting of Rotary Club, San Diego 1963 June 20

Box 325, Folder 9

"Knowledge and Wisdom." Remarks at presentation of Maimonides Award, Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles 1963 October 8

General note

011-034
Box 325, Folder 10

"Biology, Medicine, and Life." Presentation for the New York Academy of Medicine, New York City 1963 November 7

Box 326, Folder 1

"Biology and Man." Remarks at National Foundation-March of Dimes Conference of National Organizations, San Diego 1964 April-May

Box 326, Folder 2

"Commitment - An Opportunity, Not a Burden." Address at Commencement, La Jolla County Day School 1964 June 5

Box 326, Folder 3

"Biology and Man." Presentation at Civitan International, 44th Annual Convention, San Diego 1964 June 30

Box 326, Folder 4

Presentation for the Meeting of the National Foundation, Conference of National Organizations, Miami 1964 November 5

Box 326, Folder 5

"What we are Trying to Do." Presentation for the National Foundation - Conference for Volunteer Leaders 1964 December

Box 326, Folder 6

Presentation to the Women's Association of the Salk Institute, La Jolla, California 1965 January 27

Box 326, Folder 7

"What We Are Trying to Do." Presentation to the National Foundation, National Field Staff Conference, San Diego 1965 March 31

Box 326, Folder 8

"Man Himself." Presentation to the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. 1965 April 12

Box 326, Folder 9

Statement of Dr. Salk on the Tenth Anniversary of the Francis Report 1965 April 12

General note

Contains materials relating to Dr. Salk's visit to Washington, D.C. and appearance on the Today Show. Includes typescript, photocopy, correspondence, ephemera and TLs from Senator Lister Hill regarding Congressional Resolution honoring Dr. Salk.
Box 326, Folder 10

"Conscious Choice." Remarks at luncheon on the Tenth Anniversary of Award of Salk Scholarships, City University of New York 1965 June 14

Box 326, Folder 11

Introduction by Dr. Salk to lecture by Jacob Bronowski titled "The Machinery of Nature..." La Jolla, California 1965 October 21

Box 326, Folder 12

"Biology and Human Life." Presentation at the San Diego Open Forum 1966 May 15

General note

086-006, 137-001
Box 326, Folder 13

Remarks by Dr. Salk at Celebration of Basil O'Connor's 75th birthday, New York City 1966 December 8

General note

112-020
Box 326, Folder 14

"Human Purpose." Remarks at presentation of Harry S. Truman Commendation Award, Kansis City, Missouri 1966 December 18

General note

Typescript, correspondence, text of remarks by Harry Truman (signed by Truman) and TLs from Harry Truman, July 29, 1966.
Box 326, Folder 15

Remarks at presentation of Pennsylvania Award for Excellence, Philadelphia 1967 January 6

Box 326, Folder 16

"Responsibility - A Biological Necessity." Presentation to the American Association of Advertising Executives, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia 1967 April 20-22

General note

137-008
 

"Freedom, Independence, and the Generous Spirit." Commencement address, University of the Philippines, Quezon City

Box 327, Folder 1

Annotated typescript drafts 1968 April 28

Box 327, Folder 2

Correspondence 1968-1969

Box 327, Folder 3

Annotated typescript and manuscript drafts 1968 February-April

Box 327, Folder 4

"Responsibility - A Biological Necessity." Presentation to Seagram's Convention, Acapulco, Mexico 1968 April

 

"Immunological Paradoxes: Theoretical Considerations in the Rejection or Retention of Grafts, Tumors, and Normal Tissue." Presentation at Symposium "The Psychophysiological Problems in Cancer," New York Academy of Science, New York City

Box 327, Folder 5

Typescript drafts 1968 May 20-22

Box 327, Folder 6

Pathologic photographs 1968 May 20-22

Box 327, Folder 7

"Responsibility - A Biological Necessity." Presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Editorial Writers, San Diego 1968 November 15

Box 327, Folder 8

Statement by Dr. Salk at the U.S. Senate Hearings on the Tax Reform Act of 1969 1969 October 6

General note

134-027
Box 327, Folder 9

"Immunology: The Key to Human Transplantation." Presentation at the Rockefeller Institute 1969 October 9

General note

Includes a January 1969 draft of a paper for the Rockefeller Institute, "Signifigance of Research in Immunology," which was not presented.
 

"The Two Epochs." Keynote address at the President's Forum on Science, Technology, and the Quality of Life, Anaheim, California

Box 328, Folder 1

Reprint and correspondence 1969-1970

Box 328, Folder 2

Annotated copies and typescripts 1969 October

Box 328, Folder 3

Annotated copies and typescripts 1969 October

Box 328, Folder 4

"Mankind Being BORN - Will it be Defective or Effective?" Presentation at Meeting of National Volunteer Leaders, National Foundation, El Cortez Hotel, San Diego 1969 December 9

General note

Manuscript, typescripts, notes, correspondence and materials relating to tour of the Salk Institute.
 

"The Human Value of Science." Presentation to the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, Wayne State University, Detroit 1970 February 28

Box 328, Folder 5

Manuscript, typescripts with revisions, and photocopies

Box 329, Folder 1

Correspondence, program and clippings

Box 329, Folder 2

Response by Dr. Salk in accepting the Distinguished American Award, Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, Drexel University, Philadelphia 1970 May 19

General note

011-073
Box 329, Folder 3

"Then and Now." Address at D. T. Watson home, Pittsburgh 1970 June 15

 

"Order - Disorder - Order." Presentation at Symposium "Future of Man: Psychiatry Tomorrow," Seton Psychiatric Institute, Baltimore 1970 September 11-13

Box 329, Folder 4

Correspondence, manuscript drafts and program 1969-1970

Box 328, Folder 5

Annotated typescript drafts and correspondence 1970 August-November

Box 329, Folder 6

"The World We Will Live In." Presentation at Midwestern University, Wichita Falls, Texas 1970 October 12

 

"The Needs of Man is Our Context - Now and In the Future." Presentation at the Technion International Congress, New York City

Box 329, Folder 7

Typescript drafts 1970 October

Box 329, Folder 8

Typescript draft 1970 November 2

Box 329, Folder 9