Letter from F. C. Bawden to Rosalind Franklin


Title:
Letter from F. C. Bawden to Rosalind Franklin
Description:
F. C. Bawden (1908-1971) was a pioneering plant pathologist and virologist based at the Rothamsted Experimental Station in England. He and N. W. Pirie were longtime collaborators in plant virology. During 1956-57 Franklin's team studied a number of different virus samples provided by Bawden, and elucidated their structures. In this letter he included instructions for storing and preparing a sample of the potato virus X, which Franklin had requested.
Extent:
1 pages
Date Created:
24 March 1958
Creator:
Rothamsted Experimental Station and Bawden, F. C. (F. C. Bawden)
Recipient:
Franklin, Rosalind (Rosalind Franklin)
Source:
Original Repository. Churchill Archives Centre. The Papers of Rosalind Franklin. 12313
Original Repository:
Churchill Archives Centre. The Papers of Rosalind Franklin
Right Type:
Rights Could Not Be Determined - Release
Right Statement:
Courtesy of the Churchill Archives Centre.
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Subject:
Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Potexvirus
Profiles in Science ID:
KRBBCK
NLM ID:
101584586X29
Genre:
Letters (correspondence)
Language:
English
Format:
Text
Location:
Folder: 2/33