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[Letter from F. William Sunderman to Meyer Bodansky - February 1939]

Description: Letter from Dr. F. William Sunderman to Dr. Meyer Bodansky asking him several important questions in response to a decision by the Pennsylvania Medical Education and Licensure Committee to require laboratory work to be overseen by licensed medical doctors. Dr. Sunderman ask Dr. Bodansky for any ideas to facilitate this requirement and whether Dr. Bodansky believes medical doctors are qualified to supervise laboratory experiments.
Date: February 13, 1939
Creator: Sunderman, F. William
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from L. J. Hooker to Meyer Bodansky - June 1939]

Description: Letter from L. J. Hooker to Dr. Meyer Bodansky, accompanying an enrollment form for Dr. Bodansky's daughter to participate in camp at Kamp Karankawa. Mr. Hooker notes that immediate submission of the form with payment is imperative for Dr. Bodansky's daughter to participate.
Date: June 13, 1939
Creator: Hooker, L. J.
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 Meyer Bodansky to John W. Spies - September 13, 1940]

Description: Letter from Dr. Meyer Bodansky to Dr. John W. Spies who are both from the University of Texas School of Medicine. The letter, which is dated September 13, 1940, thanks Dr. Spies for his involvement concerning the grants that Dr. Bodansky applied for. Dr. Bodansky informs Dr. Spies that he will consult him the next time he applies for more grants.
Date: September 13, 1940
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Warren M. Cox, Jr. to Dr. Meyer Bodansky - December 13, 1940]

Description: Letter from Warren M. Cox, Jr. to Dr. Meyer Bodansky concerning some articles about the effects of vitamin D dosages on calcium and phosphorus levels that Dr. Bodansky had written him about recently. Cox goes on to criticize various other studies that have overdosed the rats used in their experiments so the results may be skewed. He includes his own experimental results conducted on rats on the effects of vitamin D on their bodies and briefly discusses the results.
Date: December 13, 1940
Creator: Cox, Warren M., Jr.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Edith M. Bonnet to Mel, May 13, 1958]

Description: Letter from Edith M. Bonnet to Mel saying that she has included a biographical sketch for the American Academy of Pediatrics and that she is thankful for her help. Above the letter, there is a list of Bonnet's professional/educational history.
Date: May 13, 1958
Creator: Bonnet, Edith Marguerite
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and Edward Larson - November 1938]

Description: Two letters between Dr. Meyer Bodansky and Dr. Edward Larson of Phi Beta Pi Fraternity. Dr. Larson compliments Dr. Bodansky on the quality of his recently published book, "Introduction to Physiological Chemistry" and Dr. Bodansky's reply thanks Dr. Larson for his kind words.
Date: 1938-11-13/1938-11-23
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Larson, Edward
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence between B. M. Hendrix, Meyer Bodansky, and Clara Mathis - January 1939]

Description: Letter from Dr. Meyer Bodansky to Dr. B. M. Hendrix, Acting Dean of the University of Texas Medical School, responding to a request for the percentage of royalties Dr. Bodansky has received for his publication of several textbooks. A copy of the letter requesting the royalty information is attached.
Date: January 13, 1939
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Hendrix, B. M.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Meyer Bodansky to E. H. Volwiler - April 1939]

Description: Letter from Dr. Meyer Bodansky to Dr. E. H. Volwiler, requesting new grant money for research fellowships and further research opportunities. Dr. Bodansky outlines three areas (cactus physiology and its effect on human diseases, regulation of fetal and maternal calcium interchange, and the pharmacology of paraldehyde) that he wishes to fund with the new grant money if it should be awarded.
Date: April 13, 1939
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Hemner J. Gordon to Meyer Bodansky - August 13, 1940]

Description: Letter to Dr. Meyer Bodansky from Hemner J. Gordon, dated August 13, 1940. The letter, which is handwritten, is a response to a letter that Dr. Bodansky sent a few days prior. The letter informs Dr. Bodansky that Mr. Gordon is in the process of trying to obtain a copy of the publication in which Dr. Bodansky's research article appeared.
Date: August 13, 1940
Creator: Gordon, Hemner J.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky, John W. Spies, and Paul Nicholas Leech - August-September 1940]

Description: Letters between Dr. Meyer Bodansky, Dr. John W. Spies, and Dr. Paul Nicholas Leech concerning a second grant for a research project. The first letter, which is from Dr. Spies and is dated September 1, 1940, congratulates Dr. Bodansky for earning and receiving a grant for a project. The second letter, which is from Dr. Bodansky and dated August 13, 1940, informs Dr. John W. Spies that the grant which he applied for was granted and received. The third letter, which is from Dr. Bodansky to Dr. Leech is dated August 13, 1940. It acknowledges the receipt of a previous letter, and informs the Dr. Bodansky that it has been referred to the Business Officer of the University of Texas Medical School.
Date: August 13, 1940
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Spies, John W.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT