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Overview and metadata sections
The collection consists of a pamphlet and the loose contents that were inserted into it. The inserts include handwritten notes and blank postcards. Includes a brief account of the Japanese use of Lewisite in World War II: "In Solomons: Gas probably Lewisite on vegetation-about 12 men affected. First Aid, cocoanut meat & water MI Ointment. Small blisters, red patches. No serious casualties. September 1942. Ray Gold OCS Co E. 19 July 43." -- Written on the back of the visiting card of Lynford E. Graham, Major, Chemical Warfare Service, United States Army.
International Nickel Company pamphlet was found in the collections of the Science History Institute (formerly the Chemical Heritage Foundation) in 2006.
- Science History Institute Archives
- Finding Aid Author
- Finding aid created and encoded into EAD by Jahna Auerbach.
- Finding Aid Date
- September 2022
- Access Restrictions
There are no access restrictions on the materials for research purposes and the collection is open to the public.