Letter from E. S. Anderson to Joshua and Esther Lederberg
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1953-06-01 (June 1, 1953)
Anderson, E. S.
[University of Illinois. Department of Bacteriology]
Courtesy of Joshua Lederberg.
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I want to thank you both for your kindness to me during my stay in Madison. I had many informative discussions with you and
I am grateful for these and for the large proportion of your personal time that you devoted to me. I hope that I shall have
the opportunity of returning your hospitality very soon in England so that I can demonstrate the full measure of my gratitude.
When I left Madison you seemed rather doubtful about coming to Cold Spring Harbor. I do hope, however, that you will come
because I think that as Hayes' paper is in your subject, it would be to your advantage to deal with its implications on
the spot and in the presence of the other workers who would benefit from your enzymes. For this reason and because I should
like to see I am going before I leave, I hope you will be at Cold Spring Harbor.