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Guide to the Arthur Russell Moore Papers
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Personal correspondence (1931-1961), class and laboratory notebooks (1905 -1960), typed manuscripts, and rough drafts of articles. Subjects include sea urchins, marine invertebrates, trypsin, and genetics. Correspondents include Gabrielle Donnay, Leona Metzger, John H. Northrup, Sven Horstadius, Ethel Browne Harvey, Emery F. Swan, and Richard B. Lyons. Collection also includes one notebook of his wife Mary Mitchell Moore, from Woods Hole, 1917-21.
Arthur Russell Moore received his Ph. D. in physiology from the University of California in 1911. He was a professor of physiology at the University of Oregon, 1926-48, and at the University of Portland, 1948-54. During the years 1926 to 1954 he was also a professor of biology at Stanford, lecturing during the summer at the Hopkins Marine State in Pacific Grove, California.
2.75 Linear feet
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This collection is open for research.