In response to a request, Dunn informed Lederberg in this note that he could provide little information to assist him.
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1972-10-12 (October 12, 1972)
[Dunn, L. C.]
Courtesy of Joshua Lederberg.
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History of Medicine
After the Discovery: The Transforming Principle's Reception by the Scientific Community
Letter from Joshua Lederberg to L. C. Dunn (October 11, 1972)
Letter from L. C. Dunn to Joshua Lederberg (October 14, 1972)
Letter from Joshua Lederberg to L. C. Dunn (October 18, 1972)
I'm afraid I can't tell you when Harriet Taylor first came in contact with Avery but I'll try to find out. I
believe there's a copy of her unpublished dissertation on file with some notes on the back. Dawson came to discuss the
transformation work in a seminar at Schermerhorn--also Lerdy, Hattie Alexander and I believe Harriett first met Hotchkiss
at Cold Spring Harbor. I'll keep it in mind and let you know. In the
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meantime, perhaps Boris has Harriett's correspondence etc.