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A.    Founding of the Society of American Bacteriologists, 1899

      1. Correspondence on the founding of the SAB, 1899-1901 (includes correspondence of E.O. Jordan, A.C. Abbott, and H.W. Conn); letters of reminiscence on founding of Society sent by Abbott to D.H. Bergey, 1922, and by Jordan to Barnett Cohen, Archivist, 1935 (see also Jordan's Presidential file)
      2. Correspondence of L.S. McClung, Archivist, concerning plans to write history of Society, 1982-85; draft copy, "Diamond Jubilee Chronicles," 1974 (title page, table of contents, table of significant events in SAB history, 1899-1916)
      3. Typed copies: circular letter calling for first meeting; minutes of meetings, 1899-1904; constitution, list of members, (1900?)
      4. Folders 4-41: Files on charter members containing clippings, reprints, biographical and bibliographical information. Includes set of note cards w/ biographical information compiled by Paul F. Clark, n.d.

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