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The Linus Pauling Papers

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Nobel Prize Presented in Sweden: Five Americans Honored transcript of audio
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Running Time:
1 minute, 5 seconds
Date:
1954-12 (December 1954)
Creator:
Paramount News
Contributor:
Narrator: Forster, Roger
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Nobel Prize Presented in Sweden: Five Americans Honored. Paramount News. 01:01:22:29 -- 01:02:27:07 on DigiBeta tape.
Metadata Record Nobel Prize Presented in Sweden: Five Americans Honored (December 1954)
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Reproduced with permission of the Grinberg Film Library.
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Nobel Prize
Exhibit Category:
Two Nobel Prizes
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English
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Transcript:
NARRATOR: In Stockholm, Sweden, the coveted Nobel Prizes. Honored for chemistry is Dr. Linus Pauling of the California Institute of Technology, receiving from Sweden's King Gustav the award for findings on the structure of protein molecules.
For medicine and physiology, Drs. John F. Enders, Frederick C. Robbins, and Thomas H. Weller share the award. Dr. Enders, of the Harvard University Medical School, is rewarded for finding new ways of growing virus for polio vaccine, as is Dr. Robbins of the Western Reserve Medical School in Cleveland. The third member of the distinguished team, fighting dread polio, is Dr. Weller, affiliated with the Harvard School of Public Health.
For the ailing Ernest Hemingway, the Literature Award is accepted in his behalf by U.S. Ambassador J. Morris Cabot.
To five distinguished Americans: Nobel Prizes, emblematic of the ultimate in worldwide scientific and cultural attainments.
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