Papers of F. William Sunderman
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Dr. F. William Sunderman was a teacher, writer, amateur musician and medical researcher in the field of clinical pathology. He served as Medical Director on the Manhattan Project and devised a pioneering method for measuring blood glucose.
For a more detailed inventory, please view this record in our library catalog: https://othmerlib.sciencehistory.org/record=b1051093~S6
The section devoted to conference materials covers the period 1961-1994; the correspondence files run from 1955 through 1995 but are out of chronological order.
This collection consist mostly of correspondence files and files relating to various professional conferences attended by Dr. Sunderman.
Source of acquisition--Estate of F. William Sunderman. Method of acquisition--gift;; Date of acquisition--2003..
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