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[Chui Hsu Yang adjusts stopcock on buret 2]

Description: Photograph of Chui Hsu Yang, a student from Formosa, adjusting the stopcock on a buret, allowing a certain amount of liquid to fall into the Erlenmeyer flask attached beneath it. On the table in front of him is a dropper. His lab coat sleeves are rolled up past his wrists.
Date: June 20, 1961
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Chui Hsu Yang adjusts glass stopper]

Description: Photograph of Chui Hsu Yang, a student from Formosa, adjusting the glass stopper on top of the buret in front of him. Connected to the buret is an Erlenmeyer flask that is filled with a liquid. On the table in front of Yang is a dropper and a beaker filled with a liquid. His lab coat sleeves are rolled up past his wrists.
Date: June 20, 1961
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Chui Hsu Yang adding drops to buret]

Description: Photograph of Chui Hsu Yang, a student from Formosa, working in a biology lab. Yang is adding drops of a liquid into a buret on the stand in front of him. The buret is connected to an Erlenmeyer flask. Yang has the sleeves on his lab coat rolled up past his wrists.
Date: June 20, 1961
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Chui Hsu Yang lifts dropper]

Description: Photograph of Chui Hsu Yang, a student from Formosa, lifting a dropper from the table. It is unclear whether or not it has anything in it. There is a beaker on the table in front of him and an Erlenmeyer flask on a stand, both have a liquid inside. His lab coat sleeves are rolled up past his wrists.
Date: June 20, 1961
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Chui Hsu Yang adjusts stopcock on buret 1]

Description: Photograph of Chui Hsu Yang, a student from Formosa, working with a buret and Erlenmeyer flask that is resting on a stand. His hand is on the stopcock valve to adjust the flow of liquid into the flask. On the table in front of him is a small beaker and other obscured tools. His lab coat sleeves are rolled up past his elbows.
Date: June 20, 1961
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Chui Hsu Yang working in the Biology lab]

Description: Photograph of Chui Hsu Yang, a student from Formosa, working on a biology experiment. He is releasing a liquid from a buret into an Erlenmeyer flask that is sitting on a stand in front of him. On the table is a dropper, and other smaller tools. His lab coat sleeves are rolled up past his wrists.
Date: June 20, 1961
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and Ford K. Hick - August 1940]

Description: Letters between Dr. Meyer Bodansky and Dr. Ford K. Hick, dated August 20, 1940 and August 29, 1940. The second letter, which is from Dr. Hick, commends Dr. Bodansky on the book he published. The letter includes a table of research done by a Master's student who recently graduated and did his thesis over the topic. He informs Dr. Bodansky that the research has not been published. The first letter, which is a response from Dr. Bodansky, thanks Dr. Hick for his congratulations.
Date: August 20, 1940
Creator: Hick, Ford K. & Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letters and Invoices from Various Companies to Dr. Meyer Bodansky - September 20, 1940/February 20, 1941]

Description: Letter from Anheuser-Busch, Inc. to Dr. Bodansky, informing him that they are sending him three yeast samples in order to conduct some experiment using the samples. Letter from E. J. Teeter to Dr. Bodansky, informing him that the Eli Lilly and Company are sending him three 110 Gm. packages of Liver Extract for Dr. Bodansky's continued experimental studies. Letter from H. A. Burnett, Jr. to Dr. Bodansky, informing him of a recent package of Bacto-Beef, a desiccated fresh, lean beef product from Difco Laboratories, which was sent to him for continued experiments. Letter from H. A. Burnett, Jr. to Dr. Bodansky, informing him of a recent package of Bacto-Agar, a product of Difco Laboratories, and also telling him that they will give him some complimentary samples of Bacto-Thromboplastin. Letter from C. R. Lee to Dr. Bodansky, informing him of his recent order of organic chemicals and that their chemical Lecithin is an animal lecithin. Four invoices from The Emulsol Corporation from October 31, 1940 to February 20, 1941, for various products that Dr. Bodansky ordered which include: Emargol, Catol 2, 606, 660-B, Solvit, Monostearin Sulfoacetate. Invoice from Anheuser-Busch, Inc. for Dr. Bodansky for three yeast extract samples.
Date: September 20, 1940
Creator: Anheuser-Busch, inc.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT