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[Letter from Jane Maddon to Eleanor A. Bodansky - October 21, 1941]

Description: Letter from Jane Maddon on behalf of the Depositors' Account Department of the Macy's Bank to Eleanor A. Bodansky, dated October 30, 1941. The letter informs Mrs. Bodansky that the bank can find no record of a deposit that she paid on August 23, 1941. The letter states that her bank said the check was in fact paid, and requests some information in order to assist the company in finding the lost check.
Date: October 21, 1941
Creator: Maddon, Jane
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

[Correspondence between Oscar Bodansky, A. J. Goldforb, and Meyer Bodansky - May-June 1941]

Description: Letters between Dr. A. J. Goldforb, Oscar Bodansky, and Rose Framer on behalf of Dr. Meyer Bodansky. All of the letters concern Dr. Meyer Bodansky, who at the time was in the hospital recovering from a critical illness. The first letter is from Dr. Bodansky's brother Oscar Bodansky to Dr. A. J. Goldforb, and is dated June 12, 1941. The letter is a response to a previous letter received from Goldforb on behalf of Dr. Meyer Bodansky. The second letter is a handwritten invitation from Dr. Goldforb to Dr. Bodansky to accompany him and his daughter to New York City; it is dated June 7, 1941. The third letter, which is dated May 8, 1941, informs Dr. Bodansky that Dr. Goldforb and his daughter will be in Galveston soon and wish to meet with him. The last letter is from Rose Framer on behalf of Dr. Bodansky; it is dated May 15, 1941. The letter acknowledges the receipt of a previous letter that Dr. A. J. Goldforb sent to Dr. Bodansky.
Date: May 8, 1941
Creator: Bodansky, Oscar, 1901- & Goldforb, A. J.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Oscar Bodansky to Eleanor Bodansky - November 25, 1941]

Description: Letter from Dr. Oscar Bodansky to Eleanor Bodansky, the widow of Dr. Meyer Bodansky, covering some concerns Eleanor has voiced about a contract to publish a fifth edition of her late husband's textbook. As Meyer Bodansky's surviving family, the two are discussing issues involved in the contractual agreement they have already signed.
Date: November 25, 1941
Creator: Bodansky, Oscar, 1901-
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Luther L. Terry, J. K. Cline, and Joseph T. Roberts to Eleanor A. Bodansky and Family - June 19, 1941]

Description: Letter from three member of the Research Council of the Medical Branch of the University of Texas to Mrs. Meyer Bodansky and Family, expressing their condolences at the death of Dr. Meyer Bodansky. The three men note how active Dr. Bodansky was in their area and that he will be missed greatly.
Date: June 19, 1941
Creator: Terry, Luther L.; Cline, J. K. & Roberts, Joseph T.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from George E. Pabinowitz to Eleanor Bodansky - October 21, 1941]

Description: Letter from George E. Pabinowitz to the wife of the late Dr. Meyer Bodansky, dated October 21, 1941. The letter informs Mrs. Bodansky that her late husband is being honored at the University of Texas with a memorial plaque, which was bought with funds raised by the members of Phi Delta Epsilon.
Date: October 21, 1941
Creator: Pabinowitz, George E.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Confirmation Class in Front of Old Church]

Description: Photograph of a group of children in front of an old church in Danevang, Texas. There is a large tree off to the right of the photograph. The children are dressed in formal attire; the girls wear light-colored dresses and the boys wear suits. Accompanying information has provided names, but it cannot be stated with certainty to whom they apply.
Date: 1941
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

1941 Confirmation

Description: Black and white photograph of the confirmation class standing in front of the [Danevang Lutheran Church]. Seven girls and six boys stand arranged in three rows in front of the church building. They are accompanied by an older man, identified as Pastor A.E. Frost on the left. Behind the group, the church doors and two windows are visible. Above the building's doors is the inscription "ANS GAR KIRKE." On the back of the photograph is a note written in Danish.
Date: 1941
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Group of Women

Description: Photograph of a group of women standing in a line in front of what appears to be a two-story wooden house. The land around them is flat and empty, except for a few leafless bushes on the rightmost side of the image. The women have been identified from left to right as Kathyrn Nielsen, Mamie Hansen, Mary Hansen Andersen, Dorothy Andersen Westergaard, Christine Andersen Ingvardsen, and Meta Ingvardsen. They wear dark shoes and knee-length dresses of varying colors, prints, and tailoring.
Date: 1941
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Letter from Ovid Bell to the Dean of the Medical School of the University of North Texas - August 27, 1941]

Description: Letter from the President and General Manager of The Ovid Bell Press, Inc. to the Dean of the Medical School at University of Texas. The letter concerns an order from the school for reprints of of an article by Dr. Meyer Bodansky. Mr. Bell recollects when an order was taken from a professor at the school a year previously, and how he was forced to get a state warrant to eventually pay for the bill. He states that he is willing to give the school a second chance if it is honest and amiable.
Date: August 27, 1941
Creator: Bell, Ovid
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter of Memorial Resolution from the Galveston Club to Dr. Meyer Bodansky's Family - July 9, 1941]

Description: A short letter from the secretary of the Galveston Club Rotary International, informing Mrs. Meyer Bodansky that a copy of the resolution of the Galveston Club Rotary International board is enclosed. Also included is a letter from the Rotary International Galveston Club in Galveston, Texas, to the members of Dr. Meyer Bodansky's family, expressing their condolences and offering a Memorial Resolution for his recent passing on June 14th, 1941.
Date: 1941-07-09/1941-09-29
Creator: Galveston Club
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Boy Scouts Field Day in El Campo, Texas]

Description: Black and white photograph of a large group of boys that make up a chapter of the Boy Scouts of America. According to the title written on the photograph, they are all cub scouts from Wharton County and they are posing for a portrait to commemorate a summer field day. Positioned in front of the side of a wooden cabin, they are arranged in four rows with the first row seated with their legs crossed and the second row seated on a bench. Four adult scout leaders are present; one is sitting on the first row with the boys, one is standing to the left of the group, and two are on the right.
Date: August 23, 1941
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Letter from John Wiley & Sons, Inc. to Dr. Meyer Bodansky - April 30, 1941]

Description: Letter from John Wiley & Sons, Inc. to Dr. Meyer Bodansky, asking Dr. Bodansky to convey to the publisher his plans involving a new edition to a textbook that he is scheduled to produce in manuscript. The publisher ask Dr. Bodansky to also submit a supplementary laboratory manual with the manuscript for the book.
Date: April 30, 1941
Creator: Snyder, John S.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Four Boy Scouts in Front of Log Cabin]

Description: Photograph of Boy Scouts standing before a log cabin with one, open visible window and a bench on the left side of the picture. The child on the leftmost side is wearing light-colored, belted trousers and a tucked-in shirt. The rest of the children are wearing traditional Boy Scout uniforms: pleated shorts, shirts with button-flap pockets, and neckerchiefs. They have been identified, from left to right, as Gunnar Thyssen, Donald Lykke, Carl Hansen, and Lawrence Petersen.
Date: 1941
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

Danish Ladies Aid 40th Anniversary

Description: Photograph of a large group of women standing in rows in front of a house celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Danish Ladies Aid organization of Danevang, Texas. The front row is seated in wooden chairs. They are mostly elderly women, with the exception of a few in the top rows. Although some names have been supplied, they have not been matched properly to specific people in the photograph. They are dressed in conservative apparel.
Date: 1941
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Letter from H. C. Koehler to Meyer Bodansky - January 7, 1941]

Description: Letter to Dr. Meyer Bodansky of the John Sealy Memorial Research Laboratory from H. C. Koehler from the Sales Development Department of the Monsanto Chemical Company. The letter acknowledges a request made by Dr. Bodansky for research data and materials, and also includes a packing list of materials included. Koehler includes advice and a reference to contact concerning Bodansky's research over using dichromate to inhibit algae growth.
Date: January 7, 1941
Creator: Koehler, H. C.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

Scouts in Uniform

Description: Photograph of the Boy Scouts of America and adults standing before a school bus, a car, and a series of buildings to the left. The children are wearing traditional Boy Scout uniforms - neckerchiefs, caps, and shirts with button-flap pockets - with the exception of one on the rightmost side of the picture who is wearing overalls. From left to the right, the children have been identified as Gunnar Thyssen, Carl Hansen, Irvin Wind, Leroy Strarup, Lawrence Petersen, Lawrence Harton, Ray Allenson, Donald Lykke, Lester Wind, Floyd Wind, Kenneth Strarup, and Holger Thyssen. In the back, the adults have been identified, from left to right, as Gertrude Hansen, Mike Hansen, Andrew Hansen, Mamie Hansen, and Jack Hansen. There is a man standing in the very back, barely visible closest to the school bus, who has not been identified.
Date: 1941
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society