The Joshua Lederberg Papers
- Letter from A. D. Hershey to Joshua Lederberg
- Item is handwritten. Item is a photocopy.
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- 1957-06-20 (June 20, 1957)
- Hershey, A. D.
- Carnegie Institution of Washington
- Lederberg, Joshua
- Reproduced with permission of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
- Lederberg Grouping: Correspondence C
- Box Number: 11
- Folder Number: 18
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- Letters (correspondence)
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- Series: Correspondence, 1935-2002
- SubSeries: 1953-1960
- Folder: Hershey, A. D.
- June 20, 1957
- Dear Joshua,
- I can't make any very definite statement. As you know I am very happy here and hate the thought of making a change --
I mean hate the thought of the mechanics of change.
- However, I realize the great advantage of better facilities, perhaps, and better contacts -- chiefly with your group and with
- The chief issue, though, both from your point of view and mine, is whether I want to do more teaching, graduate or otherwise.
So far as I can tell, my urge in this direction is negligible.
- I can't visit you next month because Jill and I have planned a very full vacation schedule beginning July 6.
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- I suggest that we think about it on both sides during the summer and reach a decision in the fall. I certainly do not wish
to say no at this time.
- I hope you and Esther have a profitable and pleasant stay in Australia.
- P.S. To give you one definite fact: my present salary is $9500.
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