Fred Griffith and "Bobby"


Title:
Fred Griffith and "Bobby"
Creator:
Coburn, Alvin F.
Date:
[1936]
Description:
This photograph is one of the few remaining of the English microbiologist who was killed in the Blitz in London in 1941. Although Griffith and Avery never met, the two scientists greatly respected each other's work on pneumococci transformation. Inscription on reverse reads "Snap-shot of Dr. Fred. Griffith and "Bobby" on the Downs near Brighton from Al Coburn."
Location:
Box: 5. Folder: 10
Rights:
Courtesy of Joshua Lederberg.
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Genre:
Photographic prints
Format:
Still Image
Extent:
1 pages
Relation:
Letter from Alvin F. Coburn to Oswald T. Avery, 1943
Letter from Alvin F. Coburn to Joshua Lederberg, 1965
Oswald T. Avery, 1943
Avery with Alvin Coburn's son, Tim, 1943
Letter from Alvin F. Coburn to Joshua Lederberg, 1965
Letter from Alvin F. Coburn to Joshua Lederberg, 1965
Letter from Alvin F. Coburn to Joshua Lederberg, 1966
Letter from Joshua Lederberg to Alvin F. Coburn, 1966
Letter from Alvin F. Coburn to Joshua Lederberg, 1966
Legacy ID:
CCAABN
NLM ID:
101584575X30
Profiles Collection:
The Oswald T. Avery Collection
Story Section:
Shifting Focus: Early Work on Bacterial Transformation, 1928-1940