American Society for Nutrition
Collection Number 155

Summary Information

Repository
EBL Manuscripts Collection
Title
American Society for Nutrition
Date
1928 -
Extent
16.5 Cubic feet
Abstract
Archives of the American Society for Nutrition (formerly known as the American Institute of Nutrition or AIN and later the American Society for Nutritional Sciences or ASNS ). The ASN is the premier research society dedicated to improving the quality of life through the science of nutrition. The Society fulfills its mission by: fostering and enhancing research in animal and human nutrition; providing opportunities for sharing, disseminating, and archiving peer-reviewed nutrition research results (at its annual meeting and in its official publication, the Journal of Nutrition): fostering quality education and training in nutrition; upholding standards for ethical behavior in research, the protection of human subjects, and the care and treatment of research animals; providing opportunities for fellowship and support among nutritionists; and bringing scientific knowledge to bear on nutrition issues through communication and influence in the public domain.

Preferred Citation

American Society for Nutrition. Eskind Biomedical Library Special Collections, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN.

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Historical or Biographical Note

The world's first scientific society focused on nutrition was founded in 1928 by a group of illustrious biochemists and physiologists in the United States. Each of the founders was a well known scientist whose research was contributing toward the recognition of nutrition as a new specialty within the biological sciences. Each was also actively engaged in teaching and in writing textbooks and reference articles that were helping to define the newly emerging discipline.

Named the American Institute of Nutrition, the society's original purpose was to publish a journal containing research reports in the newly emerging field of nutrition and its first members comprised the editorial board for this journal. As the result of requests from prospective additional members, however, the society was opened to other researchers in 1933 and held its first scientific meeting at the Cornell Medical School in 1934. In 1941 it officially affiliated with the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.

The society, renamed the American Society for Nutritional Sciences in 1996, is the world's oldest and foremost nutritional science society and its journal, The Journal of Nutrition, is the leader in its category of scientific publications. Nutrition science has, itself, become diversified and the society now encompasses the several specialties that have developed within the science.

In 2005, the ASNS merged with the American Society for Clinical Nutrition (ASCN) and the Society of International Nutrition Research (SINR) to form the American Society for Nutrition

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Collection Scope and Content Summary

Records are divided into two chronological sub-groups based on identity of the organization. The first and largest sub-group is identified according to the organization's original name, American Institute of Nutrition, 1928-96. The second sub-group remains open and bears the organization's current title, American Society for Nutritional Sciences, 1996-. Record Series in both sub-groups run parallel in number and title. Folders are housed and numbered according to Record Series and without regard to Sub-group. The organization has had at least three honorary Archivists: Dr. Neige Todhunter, Dr. William J. Darby and Patricia Swan, Ph.D.

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Administrative Information

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Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

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Subject Headings

Other Keywords - Digital Library Subjects

  • Nutrition
  • Professional Associations

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Collection Inventory

Series 01: American Institute of Nutrition  

Scope and Contents note

The world's first scientific society focused on nutrition was founded in 1928 by a group of illustrious biochemists and physiologists in the United States. Each of the founders was a well known scientist whose research was contributing toward the recognition of nutrition as a new specialty within the biological sciences. Each was also actively engaged in teaching and in writing textbooks and reference articles that were helping to define the newly emerging discipline. Named the American Institute of Nutrition, the society's original purpose was to publish a journal containing research reports in the newly emerging field of nutrition and its first members comprised the editorial board for this journal. As the result of requests from prospective additional members, however, the society was opened to other researchers in 1933 and held its first scientific meeting at the Cornell Medical School in 1934. In 1941 it officially affiliated with the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. The AIN Archives also includes records from the National Nutrition Consortium and the International Union of Nutritional Sciences.

Subseries 01: Founding and History of the American Institute of Nutrition  

Scope and Contents note

Founding documents including charter and constitution, histories of the AIN, and early correspondence and meeting minutes.

Box Folder

Charter and founding documents

Scope and Contents note

Provisional Charter, Agreement with publishing company for the Journal of Nutrition, Minutes of charter members meeting, and AIN constitution and by-laws

1 1
Box Folder

Provisional Charter of the AIN September 27, 1928 (original and copies)

1

Agreement with Charles C. Thomas Publishing Co. to publish the Journal of Nutrition April 12, 1928

2

Minutes of the meeting of the charter members of the AIN, Columbia University December 29, 1928

3

AIN Constitution and By-laws

4

Correspondence - Journal of Nutrition

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence concerning the first issue of the Journal of Nutrition.

1 2

The Origins and Early Development of the AIN by J.R. Murlin

Scope and Contents note

two typed manuscripts entitled: "The Origins and Early Development of the American Institute of Nutrition" by John R. Murlin, 1947 (one clean copy and one annotated)

1 3

"The First Forty Years of the AIN: 1929-1968" by A.F. Morgan

Scope and Contents note

typed manuscript entitled: "The First Forty Years of the AIN: 1929-1968" by Agnes Fay Morgan, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of California, Berkeley (200+ pages) and an extra copy of chapter 10

1 4

partial copy of "The First Forty Years of the AIN: 1929-1968" by A.F. Morgan

Scope and Contents note

partial copy of manuscript entitled: "The First Forty Years of the AIN: 1929-1968" by Agnes Fay Morgan, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of California, Berkeley (108 pages)

1 5

Correspondence - "The First Forty Years of the AIN: 1929-1968" by A.F. Morgan

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence concerning the Agnes Fay Morgan manuscript, "The First Forty Years of the AIN: 1929-1968", portions of the manuscript (with annotations) and source documents

1 6

Correspondence, Financial Reports, and Minutes 1928-32

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence concerning AIN meetings 1928-32, Financial Reports, Minutes of AIN meetings 1929-31, and correspondence concerning extension of membership 1932

1 7
Box Folder

Correspondence from J.R.Murlin concerning plans for AIN meetings 1928-32

1

Financial Reports concerning the Journal of Nutrition

2

Minutes of the AIN Meeting, Boston, August 18, 1929

3

Minutes of the AIN Meeting, March 27, 1930

4

Minutes of the AIN Meeting, April 8, 1931

5

Form letter sent by J.R.Murlin concerning extension of membership dated March 2, 1932

6

Replies to form letter sent by J.R.Murlin concerning extension of membership

7

Correspondence, Minutes, and Manuscript, 1932-34

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence concerning extension of membership and the Journal of Nutrition, Minutes of the first annual meeting, and Manuscript entitled "Some Recollections of the First Scientific Sessions of the AIN" by F.C.Bing (written about the 1934 meeting years afterward)

1 8
Box Folder

Letter from J.R.Murlin sent to 'aproximately 50 people whose qualifications are believed to be beyond question' July 11, 1932

1

replies to letter from J.R.Murlin sent to 'aproximately 50 people whose qualifications are believed to be beyond question'

2

Letters of recomendation for membership

3

Letters concerning the transfer of the Journal of Nutrition to the Wistar Institute, 1932

4

Minutes of the first annual meeting of the AIN, Cornell, New York, March 28, 1934

5

Typed manuscript entitled: "Some Recollections of the First Scientific Sessions of the AIN" by Franklin C. Bing (10 pages) c.1939-44 ?

6

Photograph taken at the first annual AIN Meeting and related correspondence

Scope and Contents note

Photograph (b&w print and negative) taken at the first annual AIN meeting at Cornell, March 28, 1934 and reprint published in Nutrition Notes, March 1966. Correspondence related to the publication of this photo and the identification of the subjects in the photo 1966-67

1 9

Suggested Outline for Course in Applied Dietectics

Scope and Contents note

two typescript pages dated January 1937

1 10

Subseries 02: Correspondence  

Scope and Contents note

1937-71, 1974-87, 1991-96

Box Folder

Correspondence 1937-38

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1937-38 concerning AIN meetings, Council Meetings, and Journal of Nutrition business. (List of items included in file)

2 1

Correspondence 1937-38 - Vitamin Nomenclature

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1937-38 concerning Vitamin Nomenclature, B Complex in particular. Correspondents include: B.C.P. Jansen, E.N. Nelson, A.K. Balls, R.A. Gortner, H.C. Sherman, R.R. Williams, A.B. Lamb, N.N. Leech, P. Gyorgy, T. Sollman, C.G. King, H.A. Mattill, I.G. Macy, and C.C. Bean

2 2

Correspondence 1939-40 - Vitamin K

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1937-38 concerning Vitamin K. Correspondents include: P.Karrer, H.J.Almquist, R.J. Anderson, E.A. Doisy, H.R. Butt, L.F. Fieser, and M. Scott. Also includes two letters concerning this correspondence dated 1982 between T.H. Jukes and W.J. Darby.

2 3

Correspondence 1940-49

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1940-49 concerning Vitaman and biochemical nomenclature, nicotinic acid, and the Journal of Nutrition. Correspondents include: E.M. Nelson, H.J. Almquist, E.A. Doisy, S. Ansbacher, R.J. Anderson, H.R. Butt, R.S. Harris, H.C. Sherman, C.G. King, L.A. Maynard, Arthur H. Smith, G.R. Cowgill, H. Dam, H.G. Hogan, H.S. Olcott, R.J. Williams, E.J. Crane, E.V. McCollum, E.S. Guzman Barron, J.R. Murlin, H.E. Carter, C.A. Elvehjm, A.D. Welch, O.A. Bessey, and H.B. Vickery.

2 4

Correspondence 1950-59

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1950-59 concerning nomenclature, Vitamin P, and AIN business and history. Correspondents include: H.B. Vickery, E.M. Nelson, J.S. Fruton, J.M. Orten, C.G. King, E.E. Snell, and G.M. Briggs.

2 5

Correspondence 1960-71

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1960-71 concerning AIN history. Correspondents include: C.G. King, H.K. DeLuca, I.M. Hoobler, and H.A. Schneider

2 6

Correspondence 1965-69 - Nutrition Science

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1965-69 concerning discussions of nutrition as a science. Correspondents include: W.H.Griffith, W.A. Krehl, R.W. Engel, G.F.Combs, A.E. Harper, C.G. King, P.L. White, F.J. Stare, J.B. Youmans, G.A. Goldsmith, R.E. Olson, W.J. Darby, W.N. Pearson, J. Waddell.

2 7

Correspondence 1965-66 - Nutrition Notes

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1965-66 concerning Nutrition Notes. Correspondents include G.K. Davis, M.R.S. Fox, F.W. Hill, B.C. Johnson, R.W. Swift, O.O. Mickelsen, A.E. Schaefer, H.S. Mitchell, and J.H. Roe

2 8

Correspondence 1974-81

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1974-81 concerning founding of the AIN Archives and AIN business. Correspondents include: W.A. Gortner, E.N. Todhunter, W.J. Darby, T.H. Jukes, and J.W. Boehne.

2 9

Correspondence 1982-84 - AIN Archives

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence 1982-84 concerning the AIN Archives. Correspondents include: W.J. Darby, A. Meyers, W.G. Martin, and K.J. Carpenter.

2 10

January - March 1978

3 1

April - June 1978

3 2

July - December 1978

3 3

January - March 1979

3 4

April - June 1979

4 1

July - September 1979

4 2

October - December 1979

4 3

January - June 1982

4 4

July - December 1982

4 5

January - June 1983

5 1

July - December 1983

5 2

January - June 1984

5 3

July - December 1984

5 4

January - March 1985

6 1

April - June 1985

6 2

July - September 1985

6 3

October - December 1985

6 4

January - March 1986

6 5

April - June 1986

7 1

July - September 1986

7 2

October - December 1986

7 3

January - March 1987 (1)

7 4

January - March 1987 (2)

8 1

April - June 1987

8 2

July - September 1987

8 3

October - December 1987

8 4

Foremost-McKesson Nutrition Fellowship Program

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence concerning the Foremost - McKesson Nutrition Fellowship Program 1980-84

08B 1

Censure or Loss of AIN Membership (Palmer v. Herbert)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and documents concerning Censure or Loss of AIN Membership issues, namely the S. Palmer v. Herbert Affair, 1985-86

08B 2

AIN constitutional amendments, 1991-92

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence concerning two AIN constitutional amendments on Research interest sections and editorial responsibilities. Principal correspondents include: Dale Rosmos, Vernon Young, and Richard Allen.

08B 3

January - March 1993 (1)

Scope and Contents note

2.40

08B 4

January - March 1993 (2&3)

Scope and Contents note

2.41

08B 5

April - June 1993 (1)

Scope and Contents note

2.42

08C 1

April - June 1993 (2)

Scope and Contents note

2.43

08C 2

July - September 1993 (1)

Scope and Contents note

2.44

08C 3

July - September 1993 (2)

Scope and Contents note

2.45

08C 4

October 1993

Scope and Contents note

2.46

08C 5

November - December 1993

Scope and Contents note

2.47

8 1

January - February 1994

Scope and Contents note

2.48

8 2

March - April 1994

Scope and Contents note

2.49

8 3

May 1994

Scope and Contents note

2.50

8 4

June 1994

Scope and Contents note

2.51

8 5

July - August 1994

Scope and Contents note

2.52

08E 1

September - October 1994

Scope and Contents note

2.53

08E 2

November - December 1994

Scope and Contents note

2.54

08E 3

January - February 1995

Scope and Contents note

2.55

08E 4

March - April 1995

Scope and Contents note

2.56

08E 5

May - July 1995

Scope and Contents note

2.57

8 1

August - September 1995

Scope and Contents note

2.58

8 2

October - December 1995

Scope and Contents note

2.59

8 3

January - February 1996

Scope and Contents note

2.60

8 4

March - April 1996

Scope and Contents note

2.61

8 5

Subseries 03: Nominations for Fellows and Awards  

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence to the Nominating committees concerning nomination for Fellow and various awards.

Box Folder

Milton L. Scott

Scope and Contents note

Hugh A. Poston nominating Dr. Milton L. Scott as a fellow, July 13, 1984

9 1

Howerde E. Sauberlich

Scope and Contents note

Dr.C.E.Butterworth, Jr. nominating Dr. Howerde E. Sauberlich as a fellow, September 6, 1984

9 2

Stanley R. Ames

Scope and Contents note

David C. Herting nominating Dr. Stanley R. Ames as a fellow, September 18, 1984

9 3

George M. Briggs

Scope and Contents note

E.L.R.Stockstad nominating Dr. George M. Briggs as a fellow, September 19, 1984

9 4

Ralph Holman

Scope and Contents note

Margot P. Cleary nominating Dr. Ralph Holman as a fellow, September 25, 1984

9 5

Theodore Van Itallie

Scope and Contents note

Myron Winick nominating Dr. Theodore Van Itallie as a fellow, September 28, 1984

9 6

Frank Howard Kratzer

Scope and Contents note

Robert B. Rucker nominating Frank Howard Kratzer as a fellow, October 2, 1984

9 7

William A. Krehl

Scope and Contents note

O.Dhodanand Kowlessar nominating William A. Krehl as a fellow, October 5, 1984

9 8

Jean Mayer

Scope and Contents note

Franklin M. Loew nominating Jean Mayer as a fellow, August 2, 1985

9 9

Milton L. Scott

Scope and Contents note

M.C.Nesheim nominating Milton L. Scott as a fellow, September 23, 1985

9 10

John G. Beri

Scope and Contents note

Max Milner nominating John G. Beri as a fellow, September 11, 1985

9 11

LaVell M. Henderson

Scope and Contents note

Pat B. Swan nominating LaVell M. Henderson as a fellow, October 25, 1985

9 12

B.Conner Johnson

Scope and Contents note

James Iacono nominating B.Conner Johnson as a fellow, September 26, 1985

9 13

Maurice Shills

Scope and Contents note

Richard S. Rivlin nominating Maurice Shills as a fellow, September 26, 1985

9 14

B.Conner Johnson

Scope and Contents note

Mary P. Carpenter nominating B.Conner Johnson as a fellow, September 27, 1985

9 15

Jack Filer

Scope and Contents note

Samuel J. Fomon nominating Jack Filer as a fellow, October 10, 1985

9 16

Robert E. Olson

Scope and Contents note

A.E.Harper nominating Robert E. Olson as a fellow, October 21, 1985

9 17

Bob Shank

Scope and Contents note

John E. Canham nominating Bob Shank as a fellow, October 28, 1985

9 18

R.Gaurth Hansen

Scope and Contents note

Deloy G. Hendricks and Arthur W. Mahoney nominating R.Gaurth Hansen as a fellow, September 3, 1986

9 19

Ruth L. Pike

Scope and Contents note

Helen A. Guthrie nominating Ruth L. Pike as a fellow, September 29, 1986

9 20

David Kritchevsky

Scope and Contents note

Roslyn B. Alfin-Slater nominating David Kritchevsky as a fellow, September 29, 1986

9 21

A.E.Harper - Elvehjem Award

Scope and Contents note

J.W.Suittie nominating A.E.Harper for the Conrad A. Elvehjem Award for public service in the field of Nutrition, October 3, 1984

9 22

David H. Baker - Borden Award

Scope and Contents note

Richard M. Forbes nominating David H. Baker for the Borden Award, September 26, 1985

9 23

Donald K. Layman - Bio-Serv Award

Scope and Contents note

Richard M. Forbes nominating Donald K. Layman for the Bio-Serv Award, September 27, 1985

9 24

Harry Broquist

Scope and Contents note

E.Neige Todhunter nominating Harry Broquist as a Fellow, October 9, 1985

9 25

Dorris Calloway - Elvehjem Award

Scope and Contents note

Hamish N. Munro nominating Dorris Calloway for the Conrad A. Elvehjem Award, October 15, 1985

9 26

Roger G. Hansen - Elvehjem Award

Scope and Contents note

Bonita W. Hyse and Carol T. Windham nominating Roger G. Hansen for the Conrad A. Elvehjem Award for Public Service, September 28, 1987

9 27

Nominations for Awards 1983-89

Scope and Contents note

nominating letters for Daphne Roe, (the Lederle Award, 9/27/85) and Aloys L. Tappel (the Osborne & Mendel Award, 9/22/86); Soliciatations for Award and Fellow nominations, July 1983 and 1989

9 28

Nominations for Awards 1972-82

9 29

Nominations for Fellows 1982-83

9 30

Nominations for Awards 1983-84

9 31

Nominations for Awards 1989-91

9 32

Nominations for Fellows 1992-93

9 33

Nominations for Awards 1992-93

9 34

Nominations for Fellows 1994

9 35

Nominations for Awards 1995

9 36

Nominations for Fellows 1995

9 37

Subseries 04: Photographs  

Scope and Contents note

Note: See also series 7 Fellows and Award Winners

Box Folder

1-8

Scope and Contents note

1. E.F. Dubois, 1911; 2. G. Lusk, E.F. Dubois, R.H. Harris, 1911; 3. Group photograph of AIN Meeting at Cornell, 1934 (missing ?); 4. Group photograph from Hitchcock Lectures given by L.B. Mendel at Berkley in 1923: J.J. Frey, D.M. Dorman, Sam H. Green, L.B. Mendel, M.E. Jaffra, and C.L. Roadhouse; 5. M.S. Rose; 6. G. Lusk, 1926 (missing ?); 7. H.J. Dewell, Jr.; 8. G.R. Cowgill, 1946

11 1

9-21

Scope and Contents note

9. D.P. Cuthbertson; 10. G.R. Cowgill; 11. V. deVigneaud; 12. W.A. Gartner; 13. W.P. Armsby; 14. H.M. Evans; 15. J.B. Brown; 16. F. Berry; 17. J.C. Kereszlesy; 18. J.G. Bieri; 19. H. Chick; 20. H. Dam; 21. F.S. Doft

11 2

22-29

Scope and Contents note

22. G. Adams; 23. M. Adams; 24. M.J. Albrink; 25. Albrink, Halpern, G. Knowght; 26. H. Almquist; 27. R.B. Alfin-Slater; 28. C.B. Ammerman; 29. H. Appleby

11 3

30-44

Scope and Contents note

30. H.A. Barker; 31. R.H. Barnes; 32. F.G. Benedict, May 14, 1933; 33. J. Bieri; 34. M. Brin; 35. M.F. Brink; 36. H. Broquist; 37. Y. Coble, unknown, H.E. Sauberlich; 38. H.E. Clark; 39. G.L. Comar; 40. J.B. Youmans, C.F. Cosolazio; 41. C.M. Coons; 42. D.B. Coursin; 43. R.J. Cousins; 44. E.W. Crampton

11 4

45-54

Scope and Contents note

45. W.J. Darby; 46. G.K. Davis; 47. P.L. Day; 48. H.F. DeLuca; 49. L. DeLuca; 50. Draper; 51. Dutcher; 52. R.J. Emerick, F.G. Viets (Symposium on Ecological Problems of High Level Nutrient Feeding); 53. Edwards; 54. N.A. Fernandez

11 5

55-89

Scope and Contents note

55. R. Herman, A. Forbes; 56. C. Frey; 57. G.A. Goldsmith; 58. H.E. Ganther; 59. S. Gershoff; 60. R.S. Goodhart; 61. W.A. Gortner; 62. I.C. Gunsaulus; 63. K. Hambridge; 64. T.S. Hamilton; 65. R.G. Hauser; 66. A.E. Harper; 67. L.J. Harris; 68. L.J. Harris; 69. S.A. Harris; 70. A. Hartman; 71. S.A. Hashim; 72. P.E. Howe; 73. D.M. Hegsted; 74. M. Hegsted; 75. L. Henderson; 76. E.L. Hess, Kline; 77. K. Heumann; 78. F.W. Hill; 79. F. Hill, G. Leveille; 80. C.H. Hill; 81. J. Hirsch; 82. R.E. Hodges; 83. W.G. Holkstra; 84. A.G. Hogan; 85. R.T. Holman; 86. L.E. Holt; 87. I.G. Macy Hoobler; 88. M.K. Horwitt; 89. J.S. Hughes

11 6

90-110

Scope and Contents note

90. P.C. Jeans; 91. Robinson, Johnson; 92. B.C. Johnson; 93. D.P. Jones; 94. A. Keys; 95. C.G. King; 96. K.W. King; 97. M. Kleiber; 98. O.L. Kline; 99. K.L. Knox; 100. S. Kon; 101. W.A. Krehl; 102. J. Kuhnan; 103. D. Lane; 104. R. Leverton; 105. G. Leveile; 106. S. Lepkorsky; 107. H.B. Lewis; 108. H. Linkswiler; 109. F. Lipman; 110. C.H. Lushbough

11 7

111-139

Scope and Contents note

111. Roy J. Martin; 112. J. Masek; 113. K. Mason; 114. J. Mayer; 115. L.A. Maynard; 116. D.B. McCormick; 117. W.J. McGanity; 118. L.B. Mendel, Jaffer, et al, Berkley, 1923 (negative); 119. J. Youmans, H.C. Meng, J. Mueller; 120. E.T. Mertz; 121. W.J. Miller; 122. O. Mickelsen; 123. W.J. Miller, Chairman of Symposium on Newer Candidates for Essential Elements and Speaker F.H. Nielsen; 124. S.A. Miller; 125. M. Milner; 126. H.N. Munro; 127. L.C. Norris; 128. H.S. Olcott; 129. R.E. Olson; 130. Altjen; 131. Oomen; 132. Oser; 133. H.T. Parsons; 134. C.R. Pascual; 135. V.N. Patwardhan; 136. W.N. Pearson; 137. R.A. Peters; 138. P.H. Phillips; 139. B.S. Platt

11 8

140-168

Scope and Contents note

140. M. Rechigl, Jr.; 141. L.J. Roberts; 142. J.H. Roe; 143. D. Rosmos; 144. H.F. Root; 145. W.C. Rose; 146. H. Rosen; 147. W.D. Salmon; 148. H. Sauberlich 149. A.E. Schaefer; 150. Klaus Schwarz; 151. M.O. Schultze; 152. H.M. Scott; 153. N. Scrimshaw; 154. W.H. Sebrell; 155. H.C. Sherman; 156. M.S. Shorb; 157. Arthur H. Smith; 158. E.E. Snell; 159; E. Speckmann, R. Thiessen, Jr.; 160. F.J. Stare; 161. G. Stearns; 162. L. Stegink; 163. H. Steenbock; 164. H. Stiebeling; 165. E.L.R. Stokstad; 166. C.A. Storvik; 167. F.M. Strong; 168. R.W. Swift

11 9

169-205

Scope and Contents note

169. E.N. Todhunter; 170. J. Treinolieres; 171. R.G. Tucker; 172. Duane Ullrey; 173. E.J. Underwood; 174. T.B. Van Itallie; 175. R.W. Vilter; 176. A.F. Virtanon; 177. W. Visek; 178. L. Voris; 179. J.W. Waddell; 180. S.O. Waite; 181. R.H. Wassernan; 182. D. Watkins, J. Youmans; 183. D.W. Wilbur; 184. H.H. Williams; 185. R.J. Williams; 186. M. Winick; 187. V. Wodicka; 188. D.W. Wooley; 189. L.D. Wright; 190. J.B. Youmans; 191. V. Young; 192. R.J. Young; 193. D.B. Zilversmit; 194. W.B. Bean; 195. T.M. Carpenter; 196. "Mystery and Magic," Nutrition Laboratory, April 5, 1934; 197. Nutrition Laboratory, March 31, 1933; 198. E.W. Crampton; 199. G. Adams; 200. J.S. Dinning; 201. C.L. Comar; 202. Program, Annual AIN Banquet, April 18, 1968 Photographs of C.L. Comar, H.F. DeLuca, C.H. Hill, & W.H. Sebrell; 203. H.D. Cremer; 204. H. DeLuca; 205. Herman

11 10

Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress . . .

Scope and Contents note

Photographs contained in packets concerning: 1. Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress, 1980. 2. Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress, 1980. 3. Triennial Meeting, Penn. State, 1982. 4.International Congress, 1981. 5. Miscellaneous photographs including: Joanna Dwyer, J. Waddell, J. Kirk, Nasset, F. Chytil, E. Widdowson, J. Waterlow, F. Bing

12 11

Photographs of Individuals

Scope and Contents note

1. Reuben Engel; 2. Babcock; 3. Robert Chandler; 4. J.R. Stevens; 5. E.F. Stiller; 6. K. Arimoto; 7. E.J. Bigwood; 8. G. Adams; 9. K. Folkes; 10. H.A. Barker; 11. S.A. Harris; 12. Group Photograph: Orea Pye, C.T. Olson, L. Campbell, G. McLeod, H. Mitchell, et al.; 13. A.L. Black; 14. G.K. Davis, R.W. Engel, L.S. Hurley

12 12

Photographs of Individuals (216-228)

Scope and Contents note

216. R.W. Engel; 217. W.J. Darby; 218. Paul Day; 219. G.K. Davis; 220. C.S. Davidson; 221. F. Bacharach; 222. H.E. Carter; 223. F.G. Boudreau; 224. L.B. Orr; 225. C.A. Casey; 226. R.M. Bethke; 227. G.M. Briggs; 228. N.R. Ellis

12 13

Photographs: Unidentified

12 14

Negatives (many identified) c.1930-1960's

12 15

Photographs of Meetings 1956-1971

Scope and Contents note

1. Gordon Research Conferences. Conference on Vitamins and Metabolism. New London, New Hampshire, August 13-17, 1956. 2. Gordon Research Conferences. Conference on Vitamins and Metabolism. New London, New Hampshire, August 19-23, 1957. 3. Gordon Research Conferences. Conference on Vitamins and Metabolism. New London, New Hampshire, July 21-25, 1958. 4. Gordon Research Conferences. Coenzymes and Metabolic Pathways Conference, Meriden, New Hampshire, July 1-5, 1968. 5. Third Western Hemisphere Congress, Miami, September 1971 (color candid photographs and negatives).

12 16

Photographs of Individuals

Scope and Contents note

1. George Bray; 2. Sir Jack Drummond and Ann Drummond; 3. James Dinning, Editor Journal of Nutrition, 1980- ; 4. Frederick W. Hill, Editor Journal of Nutrition, 1969-1979; 5. Emil Mrak, Chancellor, University of California, Davis; 6. Cicely Williams, Dame Janet Vaughn, William J. Darby - photo taken at Somerville College, December 2, 1983; 7. 1958 Awardees: R.R. Williams, P. Gyorgy, E.V. McCollum; 8. Dr. Victor Herbert, Mount Sinai Medical Center; 9. Dr. Harry L. Greene, Vanderbilt University

12 17

Bengt Gustaffson (Karolinska Institute, Sweden, 1966)

13 1

Barend C.P. Jansen

13 2

Philip B. Hawk, 1874-1966

13 3

Louise Stanley

13 4

Franz Knoop, 1929

13 5

W.C. Rose

13 6

Katherine Hope Coward, 1926

13 7

T.B. Robertson

13 8

H.C. Sherman

13 9

P. Korrer

13 10

Paul L. Day

13 11

Food and Nutrition Board, National Research Council, January 1944 (donated by H.S.Mitchell)

13 12

First and Second Dinner Meetings of the National Vitamin Foundation, 1946-47 (donated byJ.H.Browe)

13 13

Subseries 05: Minutes and Reports  

Scope and Contents note

Minutes and reports of all committees of the AIN: Standing, joint AIN/American Society for Clinical Nutrition (ASCN), ad hoc, and other.

Box Folder

AIN Council Meetings, 1932 and 1938

Scope and Contents note

1. Minutes of AIN Council Meetings, 1932 and 1938. 2. List of Attendees, Organizational Meeting, 1933, New York City

14 1

AIN Council Meetings, 1934-1940

14 2

AIN Council Meetings, 1941-1967

14 3

AIN Council Meetings, 1968-1971

14 4

AIN Council Meetings, 1972-1981

14 5

AIN Council Meetings, 1982-1992

15 6

AIN Council Agendas and Minutes, 1993

15 7

AIN Council Agendas and Minutes, 1994

15 8

AIN Council Agendas and Minutes, 1995

15 9

Council Reports, 1937-38

Scope and Contents note

1. G.R. Cowgill's Treasurer's annual report for 1936-37 submitted April 20, 1937. 2. Membership survey compilation summarized by R.M. Bethke, c.1937. 3. Business Meeting minutes, March 30, 1938. 4. Editorial Board minutes, Journal of Nutrition, April 1, 1938.

16 12

Council Reports, 1970-71

Scope and Contents note

1. Committee on Public and Professional Information, interim report, October 7, 1970. 2. Office of Nutrition Science Services report, October 1970. 3. 1971 Budget, October 14, 1970. 4. Report of the Editor, Journal of Nutrition, October 19, 1970. 5. Report on the Test of the Effectiveness of the brochure "Guide to Nutrition Science Projects" by E.L. Wisman and C.J. Ackerman, c.1970. 6. Public and Professional Information Committee correspondence to the membership, December 14, 1970 re: graduate training programs in Nutrition. 7. American Society for Clinical Nutrition Secretary Treasurer's Report c.October 1970. 8. Report of the AIN Long Range Planning Committee, March 5, 1971. 9. Committee on Public and Professional Information report, March 9, 1971. 10. Search Committee for the Executive Director of FASEB correspondence, March 11, 1971. 11. AIN Name and Structure Poll report. 12. Page Charge Collection Analysis - Journal of Nutrition for 1970.

16 13

Council Reports, 1982-83

Scope and Contents note

1. LSRO Advisory Committee, semiannual report, August 25, 1982. 2. Correspondence from J. Bieri requesting a Vitamin E Committee, August 31, 1982. 3. Committee on the History of Nutrition report, September 3, 1982. 4. Report of the Publications Management Committee, September 14, 1982. 5. Report of the ASCN, September 20, 1982. 6. Minutes of the AIN Council Meeting and of the AIN/ASCN Joint Meeting, Fall 1982. 7. Public Affairs Committee, February 17, 1983. 8. Nomenclature Committee annual report, February 22, 1983. 9. Report of Committee on Outside Awards, March 11, 1983. 10. Report of the Committee on History of Nutrition (May 1982-March 1983), March 15, 1983. 11. Industry and Foundation's Liaison Group report, March 16, 1983. 12. FP Editorial Board report, March 24, 1983. 13. Journal of Nutrition, Editor's Report 1982, April 1983.

16 14

AIN/ASCN Joint Membership Committee, 1972-73

16 15

AIN/ASCN Joint Membership Committee, 1974-77

16 16

AIN/ASCN Joint Membership Committee, 1978-79

16 17

AIN/ASCN Joint Membership Committee, 1979-80

16 18

Joint Public Information Committee, 1984-85

16 19

Joint Public Information Committee, 1986

16 20

Joint Public Information Committee, 1987-89

17 21

Joint Public Affairs Committee, 1984-85

17 22

Joint Public Affairs Committee, 1986

17 23

Joint Public Affairs Committee, 1987

18 24

Joint AIN/ASCN Meeting, 1973

Scope and Contents note

Joint AIN/American Society for Clinical Nutrition (ASCN) Meeting, August 14-17, 1973 Report of the Executive Secretary

18 25

Joint AIN/ASCN/Nutrition Society of Canada Meetings, 1976-86

Scope and Contents note

Joint AIN/ American Society for Clinical Nutrition (ASCN)/ Nutrition Society of Canada Meetings: August 8-11, 1976; July 5-7, 1979; July 22-24, 1982; and July 20-24, 1986.

18 26

Proceedings of the AIN Annual Meetings, 1942-81

Scope and Contents note

Bound in a notebook, contains summaries of meetings, scientific sessions, business sessions, reports on awards and elections, and reports of various other committees. Some are reprints from the Journal of Nutrition.

18 27

Task Force on Food Labeling, 1989

Scope and Contents note

Items 1.1 - 1.14

19 28

Task Force on Food Labeling, 1989-90

Scope and Contents note

Items 1.15 - 1.30

19 29

Task Force on Food Labeling, 1990

Scope and Contents note

Items 2.1 - 2.7

19 30

Task Force on Food Labeling, 1990-92

Scope and Contents note

Items 2.8 - 2.15

19 31

History Committee annual reports, 1992-96

Scope and Contents note

annual reports to the President and Council, August 1992 - March 1993 and 1995-96

19 32

History Committee membership rosters, 1989-96

19 33

History Committee correspondence, 1989-92

19 34

History Committee minutes, 1989-95

19 35

History Committee correspondence, 1989-93

Scope and Contents note

concerning symposia

19 36

History Committee correspondence, 1987-93

Scope and Contents note

concerning biographical sketches for the Journal of Nutrition

19 37

History Committee correspondence, 1993

Scope and Contents note

concerning the establishment of the AIN Archives

19 38

History Committee origins

19 39

Subseries 06: Nutrition Notes and Other Publications  

Scope and Contents note

Publications of the AIN including Nutrition Notes, histories of the AIN, reports, directories, brochures, programs, and special editions of the Journal of Nutrition.

Box Folder

Histories of the AIN

Scope and Contents note

Federation Proceedings - AIN Silver Anniversary Issue, Volume 17, Number 2, July 1958; Journal of Nutrition, Volume 108, Number 9, September 1978, A History of the AIN 1928-1978 and Proceedings of a Symposium Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Journal of Nutrition; Federation Proceedings, Volume 40, Number 8, June 1981, Workshop: Research needed to improve data on mineral content of human tissues.

20 1

Nutrition Notes, 1965-71

Scope and Contents note

Volumes 1-7

20 2

Nutrition Notes, 1972-77

Scope and Contents note

Volumes 8-13

20 3

Nutrition Notes, 1978-81

Scope and Contents note

Volumes 14-17

20 4

Nutrition Notes, 1982-88

Scope and Contents note

Volumes 18-24

21 5

Nutrition Notes, 1989-96

Scope and Contents note

Volumes 25-32(1)

21 6

Strategic Plan, 1995

Scope and Contents note

April 25, 1995 (also draft dated March 13, 1995)

21 7

Nutritional Status Indicators of Low-Income Populations

Scope and Contents note

June 1993, compilation of reprints from the Journal of Nutrition

21 8

ASCN directories of members, 1990-93

Scope and Contents note

American Society for Clinical Nutrition directories: 1990-91, 1991-92, and 1992-93

21 9

Brochures, 1991-94

Scope and Contents note

"The Challenge of Nutrition" (draft,n.d.); "Guide to Experts with Specialized Knowledge in Nutrition and Clinical Nutrition" (1/91); "American Institute of Nutrition" (8/92); "Workshop on Issues Related to Healthy Weights" May 17-18, 1993; "Guide to Experts with Specialized Knowledge in Nutrition and Clinical Nutrition" (Second Edition, 9/94)

21A 11

Programs for AIN Meetings

Scope and Contents note

Programs for AIN Meetings, 1937, 1938, 1983, and 1987

21A 14

Journal of Nutrition Brochure

Scope and Contents note

Brochure for the Journal of Nutrition, c.2001-02

21A 15

Journal of Nutrition - 75th Anniversary Issue

Scope and Contents note

Journal of Nutrition - 75th Anniversary Issue (Vol.133, No.3: March 2003)

21A 16

Subseries 07: Fellows and Award Winners  

Scope and Contents note

Listings, Curriculum Vitae, Photographs and Bibliographies of . . .

Box Folder

Editorial Boards and Officer Lists, 1928-32

Scope and Contents note

Journal of Nutrition Editorial Boards, 1928-29 & 1932 and AIN Officer Lists, 1928-32

22 1

Fellows C.V.s and biographies

Scope and Contents note

Conrad Arnold Elvehjem, 1901-1962 (a biographical sketch, reprinted from the Journal of Nutrition, Vol.101, No.5, May 1971.); John B. Youmans (C.V., January 1979); Paul E. Howe (autobiographical record of activities in Nutrition, 1907-1968 with notations)

22 2

Listing of Fellow applicants, 1933-38

22 3

Photographs, 1979

Scope and Contents note

1979 AIN Meeting, Dallas: fifty-six 5x7" b&w photographs (identified)

22 5

Photographs, 1980

Scope and Contents note

1980 Award Winners: Seventeen photographs of various size and type

22 6

Photographs, 1981

Scope and Contents note

1981 Award Winners: One hundred and four b&w photographs of various sizes

22 7

Photographs, 1982

Scope and Contents note

1982 Annual Meeting, New Orleans: Fifty-one b&w photographs of various sizes (identified); Fellows: 206. E.E. Snell, 207. H.G. Day, 208. K.Folkers, 209. M. Womack, & 210. M.K. Horwitt; Award Winners: 211. R.J. Wurman, 212. A.L. Forbes, 213. V.R. Young, 214. W. Mertz, 215. R.J. Martin, & 216. M.R.C. Greenwood

22 8

Photographs, 1983

Scope and Contents note

Fellows: 217. H.M. Linkswiler; 218. Andre Van Veen; 219. Lemuel D. Wright; 220. Hamish N. Munro; 221. Olaf Mickelsen; 222. H.R. Bird; 223. Maxwell Wintrobe; 224. John K. Loosli; 225. E. Neige Todhunter (missing). Award Winners: 226. D.E. Ong; 227. Ann C. Sullivan; 228. Michael Holick; 229. Guillermo Arroyave; 230. C.E. Buterworth; 231. Conrad Wagner. IFT awardees: James R. Kirk and Jesse F. Gregory. Packet of fifty-eight b&w pictures (identified) from the annual meeting April 10-14, 1983 Chicago.

22 9

Photographs, 1984

Scope and Contents note

Fellows: S.J. Slinger; 232. Howard Schneider; 233. D.M. Hegsted; 234. George Burr; 235. R.W. Engel (missing ?); 236. W.J. Darby; 237. Ruth Huenemann; 238. H.P. Sarett. Award Winners: 239. Herta Spencer; 240. John A. Milner; 241. James Dinning; 242. Richard M. Forbes; 243. James D. Cook; 244. Barry Shane; 245. Mark Haussler; 246. J. Wesley Pike. Twenty-eight b&w photos from the Annual Meeting including the Annual Awards Banquet and Dr. Darby's History of Nutrition Exhibit.

22 10

Photographs, 1985

Scope and Contents note

Fellows and Award Winners: 247. J.A. Campbell; 248. A. Moxon; 249. F.C. Bing; 250. George K. Davis; 251. L.S. Hurley; 252. B.L. O'dell; 253. C.L. Keen; 254. J.E. Morley; 255. C.L. Krumdeick; 256. W.J. Visek; 257. H.G. Oldham; 258. R.B. Alfin-Slater; 259. N.S. Scrimshaw; 260. A.E. Schaefer; 261. A.S. Levine. Twenty-nine b&w photos from Atwater Lecture and Fellows Award Ceremony. Thirty-four b&w photos from the annual awards dinner and presentation, May 1985.

22 11

Photographs and Letters of Nomination for Awards 1988

Scope and Contents note

262. Robert J. Cousins for the Osborn and Mendel Award; 263. James Allen Olson for the Borden Award; 264. Janet C. King for the Lederle Award; 265. Alfred Merill for the Mead Johnson Award

22 12

Photographs 266-270, 1988

Scope and Contents note

266. Helen Guthrie and Garuth Hansen (award winner); 267. Helen Guthrie and George Bray (Osborn and Mendel Award winner); 268. Helen Guthrie, Paul Newbern (Lederle Award winner), and Boyd O'Dell; 269. Helen Guthrie, Rick Weindruch (Bio-Serv Award winner), and R.B. Alfin-Slater; 270. Helen Guthrie, W.J.Darby, and Ray Burk (Lederle Award winner).

22 13

Photographs 271-279, 1989

Scope and Contents note

Fellows: 271. Samuel J. Fomon; 272. Norman Jacobson; 273. Walter Mertz; 274. Gerald Combs; 275. Herta Spencer; 276. George Wolf; 277. Marion Swenseid; and 278. Donald Zilversmit. Bio-Serv Award Winner: 279. Kirk C. Klasing. Fellows group picture, n.d.

23 14

Photographs 280-289

Scope and Contents note

Award winners and Fellows: 280. H.J. Almquist; 281. Dr. Sandstead; 282. H.C. Sherman; 283. Icie G. Macy Hoobler; 284. D.P. Cuthbertson; 285. L. Emmett Holt, Jr.; 286. Francis G. Benedict; 287. Baron Kanchiro Takaki; and 289. Allan Forbes.

23 15

Photographs 290-299

Scope and Contents note

Award winners and Fellows: 290. Vernon R. Young; 291. Paul L. Day; 292. J.J.R. Macleod; 293. Henrick Dam (Fellow 1964); 294. W.H. Sebrell, Jr.; 295. Dorothy Hollingsworth (Fellow 1970); 296. William Hawkins Wilson; 297. Thomas Moore (Fellow 1970); 298. Paul Gyorgy; 299. Roy Martin.

23 15

Photographs 300-311

Scope and Contents note

Award winners and Fellows: 300. M.R.G. Greenwood; 301. Richard Wortman; 302. Walter Mertz; 303. Elliott P. Joslin; 304. George H. Whipple; 305. R.R.Williams; 306. 1958 25th Annual Meeting "Head of the Table Honorees:" Icie Macy Hoobler, E.B. Forbes, John R. Murlin, and E.V. McCollum; 307. FASEB 1979 Meeting: Glen King, William Sebrell, Jr., Herman Almquist, Tom Jukes, Esmond Snell, Robert Stokstad, and Sam Lepkosky; 308. Richard Henry Barnes; 309. Justus von Liebig; 310. L.B. Mendel; and 311. Casimir Funk.

23 17

Photographs 312-320

Scope and Contents note

Award winners, Fellows, etc.: 312. Lady May Mellanby; 313. Rudolph A. Peter; 314. Hazel Steibling; 315. Ruth M. Leverton; 316. Joseph Goldberger; 317. Henry C. Sherman; 318. George R. Minot; 319. Harriette Chick; and 320. C. Glen King.

23 18

Photographs 321-330

Scope and Contents note

Award winners, Fellows, etc.: 321. George Briggs; 322. Agnes Faye Morgan; 323. A.F. Morgan, G. Briggs, and Ruth Okey; 324. George Briggs in Lab; 325. George Briggs in Lab; 326. AIN meeting, early 1960\'s; 327. Myer Jaffa, 1890\'s; 328. Alfred Harper (2 images); 329. AIN meeting group photo, c.1930\'s (missing); 330. Casmir Funk (missing); and 331(?). AIN Fellows 1986: B. Connor Johnson, Milton Scott, Robert Olson, LaVell Henderson, Harry Broquist, Howerde Sauberlich, John G. Bieri, Ralph Holman, and George Briggs.

23 19

Photographs 331-371

Scope and Contents note

Photographs 331-371.

23 20
Box Folder

Raymond F. Burk, Jr.

Scope and Contents note

1988 Lederle Award Winner

23 331

Richard Weindrich

Scope and Contents note

1988 Bio-Serv Award Winner

23 332

George Briggs

Scope and Contents note

1991 Conrad Elvehjem Award Winner

23 333

Penny Etherton

Scope and Contents note

Lederle Award Winner, 1991

23 334

Frank Chytil

Scope and Contents note

Lederle Award Winner, 1993

23 335

Garuth Hansen

Scope and Contents note

Conrad Elvehjem Award Winner, 1988

23 336

Rune Blomhoff

Scope and Contents note

Mead Johnson Award Winner, 1988

23 337

Bruce Hollis

Scope and Contents note

Mead Johnson Award Winner, 1991

23 338

Michael L. Holick

Scope and Contents note

Osborne Mendel Award Winner, 1991

23 339

Ray Blakley

Scope and Contents note

Borden Award Winner, 1991

23 340

Lorie Ellis

Scope and Contents note

Gerber Predoc Fellowship Winner, 1993

23 341

Wayne W. Campbell

Scope and Contents note

Kraft General Foods Predoc Fellowship Winner, 1992

23 342

Travis Knight

Scope and Contents note

Gerber Predoc Fellowship Winner, 1992

23 343

Vikkie Ann Mustad

Scope and Contents note

Nabisco Predoc Fellowship Winner, 1992

23 344

Elizabeth Paisley

Scope and Contents note

Nabisco Predoc Fellowship Winner, 1993

23 345

Tari Kosonen

Scope and Contents note

Kraft General Foods Predoc Fellowship Winner, 1993

23 346

Dave Baker

Scope and Contents note

University of Illinois

23 347

Rebecca Chapin

Scope and Contents note

Hershey Predoc Fellowship Winner, 1993

23 348

W.M. Beeson

Scope and Contents note

1911-1988 from Founders in Nutr. Science

23 349

Alfred Sommer

Scope and Contents note

McCollum Lecturer, 1988

23 350

Ogden C. Johnson

Scope and Contents note

Retired, Sr. Vice President, Hershey Foods Corporation

23 350b

Victor Herbert

Scope and Contents note

FASEB, Atlanta, 1991 (posing with the Mount Sinai School of Medicine Complete Book of Nutrition)

23 351

Nevin Scrimshaw

Scope and Contents note

World Food Prize Laureate, 1991

23 352

Williard Visek

Scope and Contents note

Editor, Journal of Nutrition, 1989-1997

23 353

John Schubert

23 354

Mrs. George Briggs

Scope and Contents note

FASEB, Atlanta, 1991

23 355

Walter Mertz and Herta Spencer

Scope and Contents note

FASEB, Atlanta, 1991

23 356

Vernon Young and Alex Malaspina

Scope and Contents note

FASEB, Atlanta, 1991

23 357

Willard Visek and Al Mendeloff

Scope and Contents note

FASEB, Atlanta, 1991

23 358

Richard Allison and Sam Fomon

Scope and Contents note

FASEB, Anaheim, 1992

23 359

Harry Broquist and Robert Olson

Scope and Contents note

FASEB, Anaheim, 1992

23 360

Gil Leveille and Vikkie Mustad

Scope and Contents note

FASEB, Anaheim, 1992

23 361

Elizabeth Kirk

Scope and Contents note

Hershey Predoc Fellowship Winner, 1992

23 362

Janet King

Scope and Contents note

Lederle Award Winner, 1990

23 363

R. Gaurth Hansen

Scope and Contents note

Conrad Elvehjem Award Winner, 1989

23 364

William J. Darby and Karne King

Scope and Contents note

AIN Exhibit, FASEB, Atlanta, 1991

23 365

Robert Olson, Phil White, and Jim Olson

Scope and Contents note

FASEB, 1987

23 366

Barbara Underwood and Gil Leveille

23 367

AIN Banquet

Scope and Contents note

Las Vegas, 1989

23 368

George Bray

Scope and Contents note

Osborne Mendel Award Winner, 1989

23 369

William Helferich

Scope and Contents note

Bio-Serv Award Winner, 1993

23 370

Kirk Klasing

Scope and Contents note

Bio-Serv Award Winner, 1989

23 371

Photographs 372-395

23 21
Box Folder

Halvor Christensen

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1991

23 372

Aaron M. Altshul (or Altschul)

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1991

23 373

Raymond Reiser

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1991

23 374

Clement Finch

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1988

23 375

Irvin Liener

23 376

James S. Dunning

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1988

23 377

Halvor N. Christensen

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1991

23 378

Guillermo Arroyane

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1988

23 379

Dena Cederquist

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1988

23 379b

Richard M. Forbes

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1988

23 380

Lucille S. Hurley

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1988

23 381

Philip L. White

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1988

23 382

Paul M. Newberne

Scope and Contents note

Borden Award Winner, 1988

23 383

Fred Mattson

23 384

Douglas V. Frost

Scope and Contents note

Fellow, 1988

23 385

Fred Mattson

Scope and Contents note

Fellow 1989

23 386

Phil White

Scope and Contents note

Fellow 1989

23 387

Dick Forbes

23 388

Eleanor Young

Scope and Contents note

Fellow 1991

23 389

George Graham

Scope and Contents note

Fellow 1991

23 390

William Shive

Scope and Contents note

Fellow 1991

23 391

Robert Nesheim

Scope and Contents note

Fellow 1991

23 392

1991 Fellows

Scope and Contents note

1991 Fellows with V.R. Young, President and G.K. Davis, Chair of Fellows Committee. (not pictured: William Shive)

23 393

Guillermo Arroyane and June Ewing

Scope and Contents note

Guillermo Arroyane ('89 Fellow) and June Ewing (National Academy of Sciences) at FASEB 1988

23 394

Dena Cedarquist, Helen Guthrie, and M.F. Picciano

Scope and Contents note

Dena Cedarquist, Helen Guthrie, and M.F. Picciano at FASEB 1988

23 395

Photographs - AIN Presidents

Scope and Contents note

Photographs - AIN Presidents, 1970-1994: 396-402

23 22
Box Folder

Alfred E. Harper

Scope and Contents note

President, 1970 and Fellow, 1988 (3 photographs)

23 396

Robert E. Olson

Scope and Contents note

President, 1981-82

23 397

Gilbert A. Leveille

Scope and Contents note

President, 1988

23 398

Helen A. Guthrie

Scope and Contents note

President, 1989 and Fellow, 1991 (includes negative)

23 399

Sam Fomon

Scope and Contents note

President, 1989-90 (includes negative)

23 400

Vernon Young

Scope and Contents note

President, 1991

23 401

John Suttie

Scope and Contents note

President, 1993-94

23 402

Photographs - Fellows, 1991

Scope and Contents note

page from Nutrition Notes with photos of '91 Fellows; photograph of George Davis, chair of Fellows Comm. (c.1992); group photograph of '91 Fellows (same as Image #393).

23 23

Photographs, 1994

Scope and Contents note

AIN Nutrition Notes (March 1994); letters of nomination for fellow on behalf of Joyce Beare-Rogers (October 1992) & Ernest Beutler (October 1993); Thirty photographs (most from Anaheim Meeting) - subjects include: Yuan Yuan Ho, Lori M. Magoulas, Yang-Yi Fan, Cara Ebbeling, J.Beare-Rogers, John Suttie, Avanelle Kirksey, Robert Olson, Felix Bronner, Paul Griminger, Mary Carpenter, Hans Fisher, Joel Shulman, Okhee Han, Yunhi Cho, Chia-Feng Kuo, Ted Logan, Lindsay Allen, Johanna Dwyer, Diane Birt, Connie Weaver, University of Illinois group, Jean Pierre Habicht, Luis Mejia, Allan Bonner, Bruce Watkins, Bob Wallace, John Erdman, Leon Ellenbogen, Gil Leveille, Mal Nesheim, Robbie Burns, Mary Ann Johnson, Christian Baron, Daniel Rudman, Ananda S. Prasad, Robert Neal, Ernest Beutler, and August Bock

23 24

Photographs, 1995

Scope and Contents note

AIN Nutrition Notes (March 1995) and Fifteen photographs from Atlanta Meeting - subjects include: Johanna Dwyer, Allan Bonner, Denise Ney, Richard Hanson, Jack Odle, Robbie Burns, Carl Keen, Leon Ellenbogen, Barbara Rolls, Ken Brown, Luis Mejia, Ted Logan, Chris Jolly, Donna Beshgetoor, Kelly Tappenden, MingYue Zhou, Fran Seligson, Sandra Bartholmey, Shawn Talbott, Zuohong Wang, and Arnold Hippen

23 25

Photographs, 1996

Scope and Contents note

AIN Nutrition Notes (March 1996) and photographs from the Washington, D.C. meeting - subjects include: GSRA finalists, Barb Kochanowski, Awards Cermony, Shaomei Wu, Fran Seligson, Deborah Mu Oio, Dan Steffen, John Milner, Jennifer McDuffie, Gil Leveille, N.J. Benevenga, Barbara Mickelson, Sandra Bartholmey, Mark Lowe, Robbie Burns, Willard Visek, Ted Logan, Department Heads Breakfast, Janet King, Noel Solomons, Robert Chapkin, Allan Bonner, Judith, Turnlund, Leon Ellenbogen, Fellows Luncheon, Al Merrill, George Hardy, Allan Forbes, Bob Cousins, Harold Draper, Lew Barness, Kiyoshi Ashida, Gail Harrison, and Victor Fulgoni

23 26

Subseries 08: Awards and Lectureships  

Scope and Contents note

Publications outlining the purpose and sponsorship of awards and lectureships and listings of recipients.

Box Folder

W.O. Atwater Memorial Lecture

Scope and Contents note

Brochures/Programs/Reprints: 1968-71, 1973-77, 1993, 2001-03; Biographies of J. George Harrar (1974), Emil M. Mrak (1976), and Nevin S. Scrimshaw (1977); Photograph of N.S. Scrimshaw; Historical info on the Agrigultural Research Service; Introductory remarks by Mr. T.W. Edminster (August 15, 1977); and Abstract of N.S. Scrimshaw's lecture (1977).

24 1

Borden Awards

Scope and Contents note

Booklets listing recipients: 1956-64, 1966-68

24 2

AIN Award Recipients

Scope and Contents note

Lists of award winners, 1979-83; program from the Fiftieth Anniversary Luncheon, April 12, 1983; and Awards booklets: 1989-90, 1992-96.

24 3

Subseries 09: Special Meetings and Events  

Scope and Contents note

Records documenting special meetings, symposiums, and other events of the AIN

Box Folder

1977 Symposium

Scope and Contents note

Paper entitled: "National Nutrition Surveillance" by Jean-Pierre Habicht, Michael Lane, and Arthur McDowell

25 1

Living History: Nutritional Discoveries of the 1930's Symposium

Scope and Contents note

Living History: Nutritional Discoveries of the 1930's Symposium April 3, 1979 - Reprints from Federation Proceedings December 1979

25 2

III International Congress of Food Science and Technology

Scope and Contents note

III International Congress of Food Science and Technology, August 9-13, 1970 - Notebook belonging to Willis A. Gortner containing variety of event planning materials including minutes, reports, rosters, and budgets

25 3

International Union of Nutritional Sciences

Scope and Contents note

Notebook containing variety of materials including correspondence

25 4

History of Nutrition Symposium

Scope and Contents note

Program from History of Nutrition Symposium April 15, 1996 Nutrition and Physical Performance: A Century of Progress and Tribute to the Modern Olympic Movement (1896-1996)

25 5

Subseries 10: XII International Congress of Nutrition  

Scope and Contents note

Hosted by the AIN, August 16-21, 1981

Box Folder

Correspondence 1977-79

25 1

Correspondence 1980

25 2

Correspondence 1980

25 3

Correspondence 1980-81

Scope and Contents note

Invitations and RSVPs

25 4

Correspondence 1981

26 5

Correspondence 1981

26 6

Plenary Sessions

26 7

Publications

26 8

Miscellaneous

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and planning notes c.1980-81

26 9

Correspondence 1981

Scope and Contents note

Post-Congress

26 10

Speaker Lists and Reports

26 11

Executive Committee Meeting Minutes

26 12

Brochures

26 13

Subseries 11: Non-AIN Publications  

Scope and Contents note

Includes brochures, journals, programs, reports, reprints, etc. published by entities other than the AIN including FASEB, the National Academy of Sciences, and the U.S. Government.

Box Folder

Program for FASEB Meeting 1988

Scope and Contents note

FASEB 72nd Annual Meeting May 1-5, 1988 Las Vegas, Nevada

27 1

FASEB Schedules of Scientific Sessions

Scope and Contents note

FASEB Schedules of Scientific Sessions: 1969-71, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1981-82, 1987-89, 1991-96.

27 2

International Congress of Nutrition

Scope and Contents note

Programs for International Congress of Nutrition: 1981, 1985, and 1989

27 3

Western Hemisphere Congress of Nutrition

Scope and Contents note

Programs for Western Hemisphere Congress of Nutrition: 1974, 1977, and 1983

27 3

Government Publications 1975

Scope and Contents note

1. "Protein Supplement Health Hazards and Marketing Deceptions: A Staff Report to the Federal Trade Commission" August 8, 1975 2. Reprint of "Nutrition in the United States, 1900-1974" Willis A. Gortner, U.S.D.A. (Cancer Research Vol.35 November 1975) 3. "1975 Handbook of Agricultural Charts" U.S.D.A. October 1975

27 5

Government Publications 1977

Scope and Contents note

1. Comptroller General report to the Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs "Nationwide Food Consumption Survey: Need for Improvement and Expansion" c.1977 2. Comptroller General report to the Congress "The National School Lunch Program -- Is It Working?" July 26, 1977 3. Study by the Staff of the U.S. General Accounting Office "National Nutrition Issues" December 8, 1977

27 6

Government Publications 1978

Scope and Contents note

1. Report of the Comptroller General "How Good Are School Lunches?" February 3, 1978 2. Report of the General Accounting Office "Actions Needed to Improve the Nutrition Program for the Elderly" February 23, 1978 3. Report of the Comptroller General to the Congress "Informing the Public About Nutrition: Federal Agencies Should do Better" March 22, 1978 4. Report of the Comptroller General to the Congress "Federal Human Nutrition Research Needs a Coordinated Approach to Advance Nutrition Knowledge" Volumes I & II March 28, 1978

28 7

Government Publications 1978-79

Scope and Contents note

1. Study by the General Accounting Office "Future of the National Nutrition Intelligence System" November 7, 1978 2. Report of the Comptroller General "Recommended Dietary Allowances: More Research and Better Food Guides Needed" November 30, 1978 3. Report of the Comptroller General "Formulated Grain-Fruit Products: Proposed Restrictions on Use in School Breakfast Program Should Be Reevaluated" December 26, 1978 4. World Health Organization Scientific Publication "Evaluation of Sugar Fortification with Vitamin A at the National Level" G. Arroyave, J.R. Aguilar, M. Flores, and M.G. Guzman 1979

28 8

Government Publications 1980-82

Scope and Contents note

1. Presidential Commision on World Hunger "Overcoming World Hunger: The Challenge Ahead" June 1980 2. "A Background Paper on Infant Formulas" February 1980 prepared for the F.D.A. by S.A. Anderson, H.I. Chin, & K.D. Fisher with the Life Sciences Research Office (FASEB) 3. Infant Formula Act of 1980 Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources June 12, 1980 4. General Farm Bill ofn 1981 Hearings - House Committee on Agriculture March 19-20, 1981 5. U.S.D.A. Annual Report 1982 "Children's Nutrition Research Center" 6. Department of Health and Human Services "Health - United States" 1982 7. Department of Health and Human Services "Methodologies for Human Population Studies in Nutrition Related to Health" September 1982

28 9

National Academy of Sciences Publications

Scope and Contents note

1. Assembly of Life Sciences, National Research Council, Annual Report 1975-76 2. National Research Council, "The Food and Nutrition Board 1940-1965: Twenty Five Years in Retrospect"

28 10

Miscellaneous Publications

Scope and Contents note

1. Manual of Applied Nutrition (fifth edition) Nutrition Department of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, October 17, 1966 2. Journal of Applied Nutrition Vol.10, No.2 Spring 1957 3. Modern Nutrition Vol.10, No.9 September, 1957 4. Brochure for Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey (see pp.11-12) c.1958 5. Photocopies of articles by H.C. Sherman, M.L. Caldwell, et. al., 1931 and 1934 (also includes one personal photograph) 6. Reprint: "The Impact of Elmer Verner McCollum on National and Global Nutritional Problems" by Jean Mayer (Trans Kansas Acad Science 85(3), 1982) 7. Photocopy of biographical entry for John White Webster 8. Nutrition Reviews Vol.36, No.6 June 1978 9. Photocopy of "Fat-Soluble Vitamins" by H. Steenbock and A. Black (J Biological Chem 61, 1924)

28 11

Miscellaneous Publications

Scope and Contents note

1. Reprint: Nutrition Programs for Preschool Children - D.B. Jelliffe and E.F. Patrice Jellife (Am J Clin Nutr 25: June 1972) 2. Guidelines for the Eradication of Vitamin A Deficiency and Xerophthalmia, 1976 3. Manual de Operaciones para la Fortificacion del Azucar con Vitamina "A" 0 Instituto de Nutricion de Centro America y Panama, 1975 (in Spanish) 4. Reprint: "Nutrition in Pregnancy" - G. Arroyave (Arch Latinoamericanos Nutr, 26(2): June 1976) 5. "Food Consumption Patterns and Related Demand Parameters in Indonesia: A Review of Available Evidence" - J.A. Dixon 1982 6. Food and Nutrition Vol.8, No.1 1982 7. NFI Bulletin (Nutrition Foundation of India) April 1981 8. Annual Report of the Japanese National Institute of Nutrition, 1981 (in Japanese and English)

28 12

Reprint of F.C. Bing book review

Scope and Contents note

Reprints: "The Field of Nutrition" - Franklin C. Bing, a review of C.M. McCay's "Notes on the History of Nutrition Resarch" (Science, 182: 26 October 1973) and photocopy of "The Asbestos Removal Fiasco" - P.H. Abelson (Science, 247: 2 March 1990)

28 13

Subseries 13: National Nutrition Consortium  

Scope and Contents note

Includes founding and historical documents, Minutes of the Board of Directors, Correspondence, and Publications.

Box Folder

Founding Documents and History

Scope and Contents note

1. A review of the National Nutrition Consortium's history by O.L. Kline, May 1978 2. Articles of Incorpoartion (signed May 4, 1973) 3. Constitution and By-laws (Adopted January 29, 1974 and revised June 2, 1975) 4. List of Member Organizations (and Public Information officers) 5. Figure illustrating Optimal Flow of information among NNC and various groups (9/25/79) 6. Collection of clippings from Nutrition Notes, September 1972 - June 1982

30 1

Board of Directors Meeting Minutes

30 2

Board of Directors Meeting, December 1984

Scope and Contents note

Board of Directors Meeting, December 13-14, 1984 - Agenda with attachments.

30 3

Correspondence 1985

30 4

Publications

Scope and Contents note

1. Brochure, n.d. 2. June 1982-83 Report 3. Nutrition Policy Seminar Program April 14-16, 1985

30 5

Subseries 14: International Union of Nutritional Sciences  

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of and from the Secretary General.

Box Folder

Correspondence 1975

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of the Secretary General, Bjorn Isaksson, September - December 1975 (filed alphabetically by name of correspondent)

31 1

Correspondence 1976 A - F

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of the Secretary General, Bjorn Isaksson, 1976 A - F (filed alphabetically by name of correspondent)

31 2

Correspondence 1976 G - I

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of the Secretary General, Bjorn Isaksson, 1976 G - I (filed alphabetically by name of correspondent)

31 3

Correspondence 1976 J - R

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of the Secretary General, Bjorn Isaksson, 1976 J - R (filed alphabetically by name of correspondent)

31 4

Correspondence 1976 S - Z

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of the Secretary General, Bjorn Isaksson, 1976 S - Z (filed alphabetically by name of correspondent)

31 5

Correspondence 1977 A - D

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of the Secretary General, Bjorn Isaksson, 1977 A - D (filed alphabetically by name of correspondent)

32 6

Correspondence 1977 E - L

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of the Secretary General, Bjorn Isaksson, 1977 E - L (filed alphabetically by name of correspondent)

32 7

Correspondence 1977 M - Z

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of the Secretary General, Bjorn Isaksson, 1977 M - Z (filed alphabetically by name of correspondent)

32 8

Correspondence 1978

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of the Secretary General, Bjorn Isaksson, 1978 (filed alphabetically by name of correspondent)

32 9

Newsletter 1985

Scope and Contents note

IUNS Newsletter No.13 November 1985

32 10

Subseries 15: Exhibits  

Scope and Contents note

Exhibit material including text boards, photographs, and other miscellaneous items. Exhibits were displayed at Annual Meetings.

Box Folder

Foodism, Foodist and Fallacies, 1985

Scope and Contents note

Foodism, Foodist and Fallacies, 1985 (Collection of articles, newsclippings, reprints, etc . . .) Created by Dr. W.J. Darby.

33 1

Foodism, Foodist and Fallacies, 1985

Scope and Contents note

#2 of 2: Foodism, Foodist and Fallacies, 1985 (Collection of articles, handbills, letters, newsclippings, reprints, etc... on food fadism and quackery) Created by Dr. W.J. Darby.

33 2

British Journal of Nutrition Obituaries

Scope and Contents note

Collection of obituary notices from the British Journal of Nutrition, 1947-1990. Index included. Created by Dr. W.J. Darby.

33 3

1993 Exhibit

Scope and Contents note

A loose collection of items used in the 1993 AIN Archives Historical Display / Exhibit at the Annual Meeting, curated by Dr. W.J. Darby. Items include: 1. a photocopy of Cicely: The Story of a Doctor by Ann Dally; 2. parts of the exhibit text "Nutrition Science of the Pre-Atwater Era"; and 3. exhibit text marketing the AIN archives.

34 4

Wilbur Olin Atwater

Scope and Contents note

Image and biographical text taken from unknown source and matted and framed for exhibit.

34 5

Max Rubner

Scope and Contents note

"Max Rubner - 1854-1932. Munich and Berlin. Physiology of nutrition: developed law of constant energy expenditure; isodynamic law of foodstuffs; caloric value of foods; pupil of Voit."

34 6

Carl Voit

Scope and Contents note

"Carl Voit - 1831-1908. Professor of Medicine at Munich. Leader in metabolic research and calorimetry"

34 7

Russell H. Chittenden

Scope and Contents note

"Russell H. Chittenden - 1856-1943. Yale University. Established first formalized physiological chemistry teaching lab. (1874) Research: Protein requirement of man; digestive enzymes"

34 8

Nutrition and Physiology: 1800's-1900's (1987)

Scope and Contents note

Items from the 1987 Exhibit curated by Dr. W.J. Darby including: biographical text on H.C. Sherman, H.S. Mitchell, M.S. Rose, H.A. Krebs, E.B. Hart & R.M. Babcock.

35 9

Russell H. Chittenden

Scope and Contents note

Image taken from unknown source and biographical text

35 10

Justus Liebig

Scope and Contents note

Engraving from unknown source and biographical text.

35 11

Leben und Triefen im erften chemifchen Laboratorium Jftus Liebig

Scope and Contents note

Illustration with text in German

35 12

Max Rubner

35 13

Wilbur O. Atwater

Scope and Contents note

Illustration

35 14

William C. Rose

35 15

C.G. King

35 16

Carl Voit

35 17

Scientific Geneology of giants in biochemistry and nutrition

Scope and Contents note

Figure on photo paper.

35 18

Antoine Laurent Lavoisier

Scope and Contents note

Engraving from unknown source and biographical text.

35 19

Subseries 16: Audio/Visual Tapes and Other Materials  

Scope and Contents note

Audio/Visual items on a variety of formats including 1" videotape, acetate audio reel, and VHS videotape. Numbering reflects pre-existing system and missing numbers denote missing items.

Box Folder

"Living History -- Nutritional Discovery in the 1930's" Tape 1: T.H. Jukes, C.G. King, and H. Carter

36 16

"Living History -- Nutritional Discovery in the 1930's" Tape 2: H. Almquist, H. Sebrell, R. Stokstad, & S. Lepkovsky

36 17

"Living History -- Nutritional Discovery in the 1930's" 1st Remake

36 27

"Living History -- Nutritional Discovery in the 1930's" 2nd Remake

36 28

"The Story of Human Riboflavin Deficiency" - H. Sebrell (2 copies)

36 29

Coversations with William C. Rose

36 30

W.H. Sebrell's last lecture in Nutrition (acetate audio reel)

36 31

1992 Federation Meetings, Barbara Underwood Awards, Interview with John Waterlow (VHS)

36 32

Adolphus Rose Room 4/3/79 (three 1" tapes)

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Series 02: American Society for Nutritional Sciences  

Scope and Contents note

The society, renamed the American Society for Nutritional Sciences (ASNS) in 1996, is the world's oldest and foremost nutritional science society and its journal, The Journal of Nutrition, is the leader in its category of scientific publications. Nutrition science has, itself, become diversified and the society now encompasses the several specialties that have developed within the science.

In 2005, the ASNS merged with the American Society for Clinical Nutrition (ASCN) and the Society of International Nutrition Research (SINR) to form the American Society for Nutrition

Subseries 02: Correspondence  

Box Folder

May - June 1996

08G 62

July - September 1996

08G 63

October - December 1996

08G 64

January - February 1997

08G 65

March 1997

08G 66

April - June 1997

08H 67

July - August 1997

08H 68

Subseries 03: Nominations for Fellows and Awards  

Box Folder

Nominations for Awards 1996

10 38

Nominations for Fellows 1996

10 39

Nominations for Awards 1997

10 40

Nominations for Fellows 2000

10 41

Nominations for Awards 2000

10 42

Nominations for Fellows 2001

10 43

Nominations for Awards 2001

10 44

Nominations for Awards 1998

10 45

Nominations for Awards 1999

10 46

Nominations for Fellows 1999

10 47

Subseries 04: Photographs  

Scope and Contents note

Note: See also series 7 Fellows and Award Winners

Box Folder

ASNS History Committee Events 1996-97

Scope and Contents note

Photographs from: 1. ASNS History Committee, New Orleans, 1997; 2. Vanderbilt/ASNS History of Lipids Exhibit, New Orleans, 1997; 3. ASNS History Committee Meeting, Nashville, Fall 1996.

12 18

Annual Meeting, San Francisco 1998

12 19

Public Affairs at EB, Washington, D.C. 1999

12 20

Subseries 05: Minutes and Reports  

Scope and Contents note

Minutes and reports of all committees of the ASNS: Standing, joint ASNS/American Society for Clinical Nutrition (ASCN), ad hoc, and other.

Box Folder

ASNS Council Agendas and Minutes, 1996

15 10

ASNS Council Agendas and Minutes, 1997

15 11

Subseries 06: Nutrition Notes and Other Publications  

Scope and Contents note

Publications of the ASNS including Nutrition Notes, histories of the ASNS, reports, directories, brochures, programs, and special editions of the Journal of Nutrition.

Box Folder

Nutrition Notes, 1996-2001

Scope and Contents note

Volumes 32(2) - 37 with volume 33 (3-4) September-December 1997 missing

21A 10

ASCN directories, 1996-99

21A 12

Society for International Nutrition Research brochure

Scope and Contents note

Society for International Nutrition Research (SINR) A Division of the ASNS. c.2000-02

21A 13

Subseries 07: Fellows and Award Winners  

Scope and Contents note

Listings, Curriculum Vitae, Photographs and Bibliographies of . . .

Box Folder

Photographs, 2001

Scope and Contents note

Fellows and Award Winners 2001: Jim Fleet, Jesse Gregory, Rodney Johnson, Howard E. Sauberlich, x Ross, Jean-Pierre Habicht, Marg-t Hamosh (?), J.C. Smith, Louis Sullivan, J.U. Thomas, Xavier Pi-Sunyer, Elaine Munsen, Milton Sunde, and Myron Winick

23 27

Photographs, 1998-1999

Scope and Contents note

x Miller, x Kummerow, x Jerome, x Jansen, x Iacono, x Hahn, x Davis, x Sandstead, x Wagner, x Eaton, x Olson, x Reeds, x Meydani, x Eisenstein, x Tobin, Hamilton Eaton, Donald B. McCormick, Douglas Burrin, H.R. Gaskins, Patrick Stover, James H. Shaw, Jean-Pierre Habicht, S. Co---n Olay (?), Jacob Selhub, David B. Coursin, Paul Saltman, George O. Mann, C. Krumdieck, John B. Longenecker, J. Vitale, E. Shrago, and M. Zile

23 28

Subseries 08: Awards and Lectureships  

Scope and Contents note

Publications outlining the purpose and sponsorship of awards and lectureships and listings of recipients.

Box Folder

National Clinical Nutrition Internships

Scope and Contents note

Brochures, 1997-99

24 4

ASNS Award Recipients

Scope and Contents note

Booklets listing award winners: 1997, 1999-2003

24 5

E.V. McCollum Lecture

Scope and Contents note

Color Photographs: 1997 International Congress, Harry Day and Peter Furst (3 photos) and 1999 Asian Congress, Nevin Scrimshaw (2 photos)

24 6

Hazel K. Stiebeling Lecture

Scope and Contents note

brochures for the Third Annual Lecture presented at the ASNS Diamond Jubilee Symposium San Diego, CA April 13, 2003 Alfred Edwin Harper, lecturer (sponsored by the Department of Nutrition, Food and Exercise Sciences, Florida State University College of Human Sciences)

24 7

Subseries 11: Non-ASNS Publications  

Scope and Contents note

Includes brochures, journals, programs, reports, reprints, etc. published by entities other than the ASNS including FASEB, the National Academy of Sciences, and the U.S. Government.

Box Folder

XVII International Congress of Nutrition

Scope and Contents note

XVII International Congress of Nutrition, August 26-31, 2001: Brochures, program, and list of participants

29 14

First Annual Nutrition Week

Scope and Contents note

First Annual Nutrition Week: A Scientific and Clinical Forum and Exposition February 23-27, 2002 - program announcement and call for abstracts

29 15

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