The Michael Heidelberger Papers
- [Walter W. Palmer]
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- Walter W. Palmer (d. 1950), head of the Department of Medicine at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons,
first met Heidelberger when both were working in the laboratory of Van Slyke at the Rockefeller Institute in 1922, and in
1929 offered him a position in his department at Columbia. Heidelberger credited Palmer with creating a congenial atmosphere
in the department in which his research could thrive.
- NOTE: Original image is crooked.
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- 1 (312,575 Bytes)
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- Courtesy of Michael Heidelberger.
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- Exhibit Category:
- The Making of an Immunologist: Heidelberger's Years at the Rockefeller Institute, 1912-1927
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- Photographic prints
- Physical Condition:
- Series: MS C 245a (second finding aid)
- SubSeries: Photographs, 1901-1988 (bulk 1950-1980)
- Folder: [Portrait of Walter W. Palmer-signed]
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