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William C. Haynes was born in New York August 17, 1912. He earned a B.S. from Cornell in 1935, and a Ph.D. in Bacteriology in 1946. He was employed at the New York Experiment Station in Geneva from 1935-1941, and at the Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service from 1941 until his retirement in 1975.
This collection contains materials relating to the following volunteer positions held by Dr. Haynes:
FOLDER LIST (the case file precedes Folder 1)
1. Miscellaneous personal correspondence, 1948-87. Unarranged
2,3. Pseudomonads correspondence, 1955-71. Incoming only, alphabetical by correspondent
4,5. Outgoing correspondence (including reports, committee lists), 1961-70. Unarranged
6,7. Page Proofs, Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology, 6th ed
8. Correspondence concerning Bergey's Manual, 1946-55, 1965
9. International Association of Microbiological Societies: Advisory Committee on Allocation of Funds to Culture Collections, 1960-71
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