The Michael Heidelberger Papers
Letter from Karl Landsteiner to Michael Heidelberger
This note was from the famous Austrian pathologist and immunologist, who had joined the Rockefeller Institute in 1922 and
from whom Heidelberger first learned experimental techniques in immunology.
Item is handwritten.
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1923-07-25 (July 25, 1923)
Reproduced with permission of Ernest K. Landsteiner.
Box Number: 2
Folder Number: 2
Series: MS C 245a (second finding aid)
SubSeries: Correspondence, 1920-1991 (bulk 1956-1989)
Folder: [Letters], 1920-1927
Transcript: July 25, 1923
Dear Dr. Heidelberger:
I thank you for your kind letter and the [. . .] of our paper. I am glad to hear[?] you [. . .] and such[?] a nice time.
The same holds for me and my family. Only our arrangements for Fueffir[?] are less powerful than yours [. . .] of a single
small velocipede for all of us in place of a car and a canoe.
With kind regards
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