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Register of the George Edward Coleman Papers, 1926-1942
MSS 47-3  
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Box 1, Folder 1

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Folder 2

Biographical information, 1930-1940

 

Biographical sketch, by Langley Porter. Tearsheet from California Monthly, May 1930.

 

Broadcast on deafness. Write-up for local paper concerning broadcast entitled "The problems of deafness" given by University of California, October 7, 1934. Typescript cc. Three copies.

 

The problems of deafness, University of California Radio Service, Broadcast #1229, October 7, 1934. Mimeographed. Covers interview with George C. Coleman.

 

Biographical sketch, by Esther Rosencrantz. August 19, 1940. Obituary notice of 1947 attached.

Folder 3

Manuscripts, 1927-1932

 

Medical faddists and the public health, by George C. Coleman. Typescript. Published as letter in San Francisco Argonaut, September 7, 1927.

 

A study of Cl. botulinum, type C, associated with western duck disease, by Janet B. Gunnison and George C. Coleman. Typescript cc. Published under similar title in Journal of Infectious Diseases, Nov-Dec. 1932, v. 51, p. 542-551.

 

A note on the enzymes of B. botulinus, by George E. Coleman. n.d. Typescript cc. "Not published."

Folder 4

Publications and reprints 1926-1942. Arranged chronologically.

 

Vaccines and serums; what they are, by George E. Coleman. Santa Barbara Daily News, Feb 1926. (Reprinted as pamphlet)

 

Some medical aspects of deafness; a discussion for laymen, by George E. Coleman. Pamphlet #8, Santa Barbara County Branch, American Association for Medical Progress, Apr 25, 1927.

 

Rattlesnake venom antidote of the Hopi Indians, by George E. Coleman. Bulletin of the Antivenin Institute of America, v. 1, no. 4, Jan 1928. (Reprint)

 

Some medical discoveries of 1927, by George E. Coleman. Santa Barbara County Branch, American Association for Medical Progress, March 5, 1928.

 

Deafness and research, by George E. Coleman. Pamphlet #10, Santa Barbara County Branch, American Association for Medical Progress, May 1, 1928.

 

In alleviation of human suffering; a report on research from the George Williams Hooper Foundation for Medical Research of the University of California (June 1929).

 

Animal assistance to research in deafness, by George E. Coleman. Hooper Foundation for Medical Research, University of California. Issued as voter information on the proposed State Humane Pound law, election of November 8, 1938.

 

Research in deafness, by George E. Coleman. In Handbook of information for the hard-of-hearing adult, California State Department of Education, Sacramento, 1942, p. 50-54

Folder 5

News clippings, 1928-1929. Four items.