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4-H Girls in Danish Costumes

Description: Copy negative of a group of 4-H girls dressed in Danish costumes, dancing around a Christmas tree in the Danevang Community Hall, located in Wharton County. Eight young girls are wearing dresses and hats, and they are holding hands with each other.
Date: December 1958
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Letter from Benjamin R. Harris to Dr. Meyer Bodansky - December 4, 1940]

Description: Letter from Benjamin R. Harris to Dr. Bodansky, giving a brief description of the conference between him and Dr. Calvary, who discussed the purpose of feeding tests at high levels which is to study whether a substance is toxic or not. If the substance turns out to be toxic, it then goes into long-term testing to study for any chronic effects. If the substance is not toxic, it proceeds to a feeding test. The letter goes on to discuss how Dr. Calvary was unreasonable when it came to helping the Emulsol Corporation at times.
Date: December 4, 1940
Creator: Harris, Benjamin R.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Benjamin R. Harris to Dr. Meyer Bodansky - December 4, 1940]

Description: Letter from Benjamin R. Harris to Dr. Bodansky informing him that the recent request of sulphoacetates made by Dr. Bodansky will be delayed due to the Emulsol Corporation having a chocolate hearing soon after the conclusion of the oleomargarine hearing. He does state that the lecithin that was requested will be sent out and goes on to discuss the composition of various similar lecithin products.
Date: December 4, 1940
Creator: Harris, Benjamin R.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from M. B. Shimkin to Meyer Bodansky - December 1938]

Description: Letter from Dr. M. B. Shimkin to Dr. Meyer Bodansky, thanking him for a recommendation that helped cement him in his position with the United State Public Health Service. Dr. Shimkin writes about his experiences and several of the doctors with whom he is working. In addition, Dr. Shimkin mentions several fellowships being offered and asks Dr. Bodansky for any referrals.
Date: December 10, 1938
Creator: Shimkin, M. B.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from John H. Yoe to Meyer Bodansky - December 1935]

Description: Letter from Dr. John H. Yoe to Dr. Meyer Bodansky in response to a prior letter detailing a cooperative plan to write a chapter for a book. The letter notes several sections Dr. Yoe has already written, including Reading Exercises, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Colloid Chemistry, and Industrial Chemistry.
Date: December 13, 1935
Creator: Yoe, John H.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from J. S. Abbott to Meyer Bodansky - December 17, 1940]

Description: Letter from J. S. Abbott to Dr. Bodansky regarding his approval of Dr. Bodansky's testimony at the hearing on a definition and standard of identity for oleomargarine and his pleasure of becoming acquainted with him. He also expresses his interest that Bodansky mention their meeting to Abbott's brother-in-law and his son who is a graduate at Bodansky's medical college.
Date: December 17, 1940
Creator: Abbott, J. S.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Albert K. Epstein to Dr. Meyer Bodansky - December 30, 1940]

Description: Letter from Albert K. Epstein to Dr. Bodansky regarding his feeding experiments on animals using emargol. He also advises that Dr. Bodansky summarize the report and send a copy of the report to Dr. Calvary, Mr. McCabe, Mr. Green and the rest of the Emulsol Corporation. He also discusses the absorption of emargol, which is derived from melted stearic acid, in animal feeding experiments.
Date: December 30, 1940
Creator: Epstein, Albert K.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Benjamin R. Harris to Dr. Meyer Bodansky - December 4, 1940]

Description: Letter from Benjamin R. Harris to Dr. Bodansky informing him that the recent request of sulphoacetates made by Dr. Bodansky will be delayed due to the Emulsol Corporation having a chocolate hearing soon after the conclusion of the oleomargarine hearing. He does state that the lecithin that was requested will be sent out and goes on to discuss the composition of various similar lecithin products.
Date: December 4, 1940
Creator: Harris, Benjamin R.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from E. P. Hamilton to Dr. Oscar Bodansky - December 27, 1941]

Description: Letter from E. P. Hamilton of the John Wiley & Sons Book Publishing Company to Dr. Oscar Bodansky, brother of the late Dr. Meyer Bodansky. The letter thanks Oscar Bodansky for the receipt of a contract signed by he and Eleanor Bodansky, giving permission for the publication of the fifth edition of a textbook written by Meyer Bodansky.
Date: December 27, 1941
Creator: Hamilton, E. P.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Charles Wachsman to Eleanor A. Bodansky - December 15, 1941]

Description: Letter from the Manager of the Depositors' Account Department Personal Service at the Macy's Bank in New York. The letter, which is dated December 15, 1941, is addressed to the wife of the late Dr. Meyer Bodansky, Mrs. Eleanor A. Bodansky. The letter is a response to the letter that Mrs. Bodansky sent concerning her late husband's still-open bank account.
Date: December 15, 1941
Creator: Wachsman, Charles
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT