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Biographical Notes

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement of Collection

Restrictions

Index terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I: Personal Papers; 1929-2010

Series II: Administrative Papers; 1948-2010

Series III: Business Correspondence; 1963-2007

Series IV: Publications; 1934-2009

Series V: Research; 1933-2003

Series VI: School and Community Research Projects; 1969-2000

Series VII: Teaching Materials; 1976-2007

Series VIII: Student Files; 1963-2005

Series IX: Travel; 1979-1982

Series X: Realia and Ephemera; 1962-2011

Series XI: Audiovisual Materials; 1980-2010

Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library, John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center

Guide to the Thomas Matney papers; 1929-2011.



Creator: creator Thomas Matney.
Title: Thomas Matney papers.
Dates: 1929-2011.
Abstract: The Thomas Matney papers, MS 146, includes materials from 1926 through 2011 relating to Dr. Matney’s research in genetics, Dr. Matney’s teaching materials, and his research as a community activist into the support and well being of at-risk children. Dr. Matney was the first associate dean of the newly formed UT Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences as well as a professor of genetics and environmental science and a student advisor. Professor Matney made important contributions to scientific understanding of cancer-causing agents and the genetic mechanisms that underlie the development of cancer. Mrs. Nancy Matney donated Dt. Matney’s collection of personal and business correspondence, photographs, newspaper articles, pamphlets, diplomas, awards, artwork, a scrapbook, yearbooks, journal articles, abstracts, contracts, applications, research notes and notebooks, lecture notes, audiovisual material, ephemera, and realia to the John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center in January 2011. The collection is 10.5 cubic feet (thirteen boxes).
Identification: MS 146.
Quantity: 10.5 cubic foot (10 boxes).
Location: Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.
Language: The collection is predominantly in English. Some of the materials are in Spanish.
Repository: Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center;  1133 John Freeman Blvd. Houston, Texas 77030-2809.

Biographical Notes

“Dr. Thomas S. Matney was a Houston philanthropist and emeritus professor of genetics and environmental science at The University of Texas Health Science Center and M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. Professor Matney made important contributions to scientific understanding of cancer-causing agents and the genetic mechanisms that underlie the development of cancer. His wide-ranging philanthropic and service activities enhanced the well-being of hundreds of Houston-area children and families.

Thomas Stull Matney was born on September 21, 1928, in Kansas City, Missouri. His family moved to Texas when he was 10 years old. He received bachelor's and master's degrees in biology and chemistry from Trinity University in San Antonio, and the Ph.D. degree in bacteriology from the University of Texas at Austin.

In the 1950s, Matney served as Captain and later civilian Medical Bacteriologist in the U.S. Army Chemical Corps in Fort Detrick, Maryland where he developed protections for chemical and biological weaponry. Dr. Matney moved to Houston to join the Biology Department of the M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute in September of 1962. He became the first associate dean of the newly formed UT Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and a Distinguished Professor Emeritus. He was also a member of M. D. Anderson Steering Committee for Alumni and Faculty.

Dr. Matney was a generous supporter of the University and mentor to many graduate students. He personally financially supported students studying at the UT-Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. He established endowments of The Thomas Stull Matney Professorship in Cancer Genetics and The Thomas Stull Matney Professorship in Environmental and Genetic Sciences, both to support scientific excellence and service to graduate education.

He was married to Glenda Matney nee Oglesby until her death in 1990 and had three children with her. He remarried Nancy Lee Matney.

Dr. Matney's community service activities focused primarily on the well-being of at-risk children. He served as a consultant to the City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department about problems concerned with violence prevention in children. He was a Trustee and raised millions of dollars for Hospitality Apartments, which provides affordable housing for those undergoing long term medical treatment in Houston.

Dr. Matney was a past president of Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church, in Houston. He was also a Past President of the Houston Chapter of National Train Passenger Association as well as other national and local rail road organizations.

Dr. Matney died at the age of 82 on November 28, 2010 after an extended illness.” (1)

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1. “Thomas Matney Obituary,” Houston Chronicle (Houston, TX) December 5, 2010

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Scope and Content Note

The Thomas Matney papers, MS 146, includes materials from 1926 through 2011 relating to Dr. Matney’s research in genetics, Dr. Matney’s teaching materials, and his research as a community activist into the support and well being of at-risk children. Dr. Matney was the first associate dean of the newly formed UT Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences as well as a professor of genetics and environmental science and a student advisor. Professor Matney made important contributions to scientific understanding of cancer-causing agents and the genetic mechanisms that underlie the development of cancer.

This collection contains eleven series: I. Personal Papers; II. Administrative Papers III. Business Correspondence; IV. Publications; V. Research; VI. School and Community Research Projects; VII. Teaching Materials; VIII. Student Files; IX. Travel; X. Realia and Ephemera; and XI. Audiovisual Materials. This collection contains much of the research conducted by Dr. Matney as well as his teaching materials. One of the highlights of this collection is the research proposals and papers from Dr. Matney's time with the Atomic Energy Commission along with a letter from Dr. Schull of the RERF to Dr. Matney when he was ill. Another highlight of the collection is the Temperature Gradient Plate, a device invented by Dr. Matney.

“Dr. Thomas S. Matney was a Houston philanthropist and emeritus professor of genetics and environmental science at The University of Texas Health Science Center and M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. Professor Matney made important contributions to scientific understanding of cancer-causing agents and the genetic mechanisms that underlie the development of cancer. His wide-ranging philanthropic and service activities enhanced the well-being of hundreds of Houston-area children and families.

Thomas Stull Matney was born on September 21, 1928, in Kansas City, Missouri. His family moved to Texas when he was 10 years old. He received bachelor's and master's degrees in biology and chemistry from Trinity University in San Antonio, and the Ph.D. degree in bacteriology from the University of Texas at Austin.

In the 1950s, Matney served as Captain and later civilian Medical Bacteriologist in the U.S. Army Chemical Corps in Fort Detrick, Maryland where he developed protections for chemical and biological weaponry. Dr. Matney moved to Houston to join the Biology Department of the M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute in September of 1962. He became the first associate dean of the newly formed UT Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and a Distinguished Professor Emeritus. He was also a member of M. D. Anderson Steering Committee for Alumni and Faculty.

Dr. Matney was a generous supporter of the University and mentor to many graduate students. He personally financially supported students studying at the UT-Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. He established endowments of The Thomas Stull Matney Professorship in Cancer Genetics and The Thomas Stull Matney Professorship in Environmental and Genetic Sciences, both to support scientific excellence and service to graduate education.

He was married to Glenda Matney nee Oglesby until her death in 1990 and had three children with her. He remarried Nancy Lee Matney.

Dr. Matney's community service activities focused primarily on the well-being of at-risk children. He served as a consultant to the City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department about problems concerned with violence prevention in children. He was a Trustee and raised millions of dollars for Hospitality Apartments, which provides affordable housing for those undergoing long term medical treatment in Houston.

Dr. Matney was a past president of Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church, in Houston. He was also a Past President of the Houston Chapter of National Train Passenger Association as well as other national and local rail road organizations.

Dr. Matney died at the age of 82 on November 28, 2010 after an extended illness.” (1)

The materials in this collection are in good condition with some minor tears and brittle paper. Mrs. Nancy Matney donated Dt. Matney’s collection of personal and business correspondence, photographs, newspaper articles, pamphlets, diplomas, awards, artwork, a scrapbook, yearbooks, journal articles, abstracts, contracts, applications, research notes and notebooks, lecture notes, audiovisual material, ephemera, and realia to the John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center in January 2011. The collection is 10.5 cubic feet (thirteen boxes) and is collection 146.

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1. “Thomas Matney Obituary,” Houston Chronicle (Houston, TX) December 5, 2010

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Arrangement of Collection

This collection is arranged into the following series.
Series I. Personal Papers
Series II. Administrative Papers
Series III. Business Correspondence
Series IV. Publications
Series V. Research
Series VI. School and Community Research Projects
Series VII. Teaching Materials
Series VIII. Student Files
Series IX. Travel
Series X. Realia and Ephemera
Series XI. Audiovisual Materials

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Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Use restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply.

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Index terms

subject Matney, Thomas S.
subject University of Texas Health Science Center.
subject University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center.
subject Community Parenting Resources Program.
subject Houston, Texas.
Genetics.
Temperature Gradient Plate.
Environmental Science.
Correspondence.
Photographs.
Newspaper articles.
Pamphlets.
Diplomas.
Awards.
Artwork.
Scrapbook.
Yearbooks.
Journal articles.
Abstracts.
Contracts.
Applications.
Research notes.
Lecture notes.
Audiovisual materials.
Ephemera.
Realia.
Professor.

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Related Material

Related materials include the Thomas S. Matney Oral History Interview, a part of the Making Cancer Voices History Collection at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Research Medical Library. Consult an archivist for more information.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

The Thomas Matney papers; MS 146; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.

Acquition Information

Mrs. Nancy Lee Matney donated her late husband's papers and other materials to the Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library in January 2011.

Processing Information

The original arrangement of the collection was kept as much as possible.

Accruals

No accruals are expected for this collection.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Personal Papers; 1929-2010

Scope and Content Note: This series contains personal information, including letters, photographs, and the pages of a scrapbook. This series contains Dr. Matney's research notes and genealogical information he compiled while researching his adoption and family tree.
Box folder
1 1 Personal Correspondence; 1956-2005.
2 Adoption and Family Tree: DNA Testing; Folder 1 of 2; 2005-2006.
3 Adoption and Family Tree: DNA Testing; Folder 2 of 2; 2005-2006.
4 Adoption and Family Tree Research; 1929-2005.
5 Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church; 1969-1994.
6 Hospitality Apartments: Human Resources Development Foundation; 2004-2006.
7 Pamphlets; 1988-1995.
8 Scrapbook; Folder 1 of 2; 1939-2004.
9 Scrapbook; Folder 2 of 2; 1946-2003.
10 Photographs; 1948-2009.
11 Tributes to Dr. Matney; December 2010 .
12 Artwork; 1974-2003.
13 Trinity University Alumni Reunion Papers; 1999.
- Corral; 1945.
- Mirage; 1947.
- Mirage; 1948.
- Mirage; 1949.
- Realia; No date.

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Series II: Administrative Papers; 1948-2010

Scope and Content Note: This series contains business correspondence, biographical information, committee papers, and papers for various institutes and societies.
box folder
2 - Ephemera; No date.
- Dissertation: Studies on the Origin of Induced Mutants in Bacteria; June 1958.
1 Diplomas and Awards; 1948-2008.
2 Curriculum Vitae; 1991-1998.
3 Biographical Sketches; 1969-1992.
4 List of Publications and Abstracts; 1974-1993.
5 Dr. Matney's Early Employment File; 1963.
6 Business Correspondence "Precious Letters"; 1961-1996.
7 Dr. Matney's Office Door Decorations; 2000-2007.
8 Evaluations of Professional Activities; 1963-1982.
9 6 Year Review of Dr. Matney at University of Texas Graduate School; 1962-1998.
10 Student Evaluation of Courses and Faculty; 1998-1999.
11 University of Texas at Houston Health Science Center Evaluation; May 1973.
12 Student Mentoring; 1989.
13 Adjunct Professor School of Public Health University of Texas; 2009-2010.
14 Convener of Environmental Science School of Public Health; 1995-1996.
15 Graduate Assistant Position in Environmental Science; 1999.
16 Environmental Science Laboratory Infrastructure; 1999.
17 Adjunct Professor Cross Appointments; June 1999.
18 Faculty Handbook Changes; 1997-1999.
19 A Year in the Professional Life of Dr. Matney; 1988.
20 University of Texas School of Public Health Advisory Committee; 1995-1996.
21 Faculty Affairs Committee; 1963, 1995-1996.
22 Academic Standards Committee: Policies and Procedures; 1980.
23 University of Texas Institutional Biosafety Committee; 1994-1996.
24 University of Texas Health Science Center Committees; 1984-1985.
25 Masters Degree Study and Development Committee in Laboratory Sciences; 1976-1977.
26 M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute: The Carcinogenesis Center Study; 1976-1977.
27 M. D. Anderson Associates; 1984.
28 University of Texas Chancellor's Council; 1999-2007.
29 Southwest Center for Occupational and Environmental Health; 1995.
30 Environmental Mutagen Society; 1969-1976.
31 American Society for Microbiology Texas Branch; 1969-1977.
32 American Veterinary Epidemiology Society; 2001-2005.
33 The Thomas Stull Matney, MD, PhD Endowments; 2002-2009.
34 Institute for Space and Life Sciences; June 2, 1977.
35 South-North Center for Health Studies; 1988.
36 South-North Center for Health Studies Resource Directory; January 1988.
37 Proposal for Institute of Genetics; October 1977.
38 Budget Notebook; 1975-1979.

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Series III: Business Correspondence; 1963-2007

Scope and Content Note: This series contains business correspondence regarding Dr. Matney's position as a professor, his publications, and his correspondence with the Atomic Energy Commission as well as one letter from William J. Schull of the RERF.
box folder
2 39 Professional Correspondence: University Appointments to Professorship; 1966-1999.
40 Professional Correspondence with the University of Texas Health Science Center; 1973-2007.
41 Professional Correspondence with the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center; 1970-1997.
42 Professional Correspondence: Thank You Notes; 1981, 2003.
43 Environmental Sciences Business Correspondence; August 1996.
44 Atomic Energy Commission Correspondence; 1972-1973.
45 Letter from William J. Schull, RERF; May 29, 1991.
box folder
3 - Story of a Graduate School; 1963-2002.
1 Journal Publication Correspondence; 1976-1984, 2007.
2 Correspondence with Dr. Alfred J. Knudson; 1970-1976.
3 Culture Requests; 1974-1977.

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Series IV: Publications; 1934-2009

Scope and Content Note: This series contains Dr. Matney's publications, publications by his first wife, Glenda Oglesby, and a paper published by his student T. C. Hsu, as well as newspaper articles and various pamphlets.
box folder
3 4 Bibliography of Dr. Matney's Published Papers; 1993.
5 Manuscripts of Dr. Matney's Publications; 1971.
6 Publications By Dr. Matney; Folder 1 of 3; 1951-1966.
7 Publications by Dr. Matney; Folder 2 of 3; 1966-1980.
8 Publications by Dr. Matney; Folder 3 of 3; 1981-1993.
9 Publications by Glenda Oglesby; 1949-1954.
10 Publications by T. C. Hsu; 1995.
11 Abstracts and Society Meeting Notes; 1951-1975.
12 Newsletters and Pamphlets; 1973-2009.
13 Obituaries and Memorials; 1980, 1990-2004.
14 Newspapers; 1934-2009.
15 Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Course Catalog; 1995-1997.
16 University of Texas at Houston Convocation Pamphlets; Folder 1 of 2; 1985-1990.
17 University of Texas at Houston Convocation Pamphlets; Folder 2 of 2; 1991-1995.

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Series V: Research; 1933-2003

Scope and Content Note: This series contains Dr. Matney's research notes on radiation effects, molecular genetics, recombination, and other research as well as information on several grants that he received.
box folder
3 18 Genetic Testing and Health Insurance; 1996-1998.
19 American Cancer Society Grant: # ACS-IN-43G Expenditure Reports; 1968.
20 American Cancer Society Grant: A genetic locus for control of DNA replication; 1967-1968.
21 American Cancer Society Grant: Biophysical and Biochemical Studies on the Mechanisms of Genetic Recombination; 1968-1970.
22 National Science Foundation Grant: Sexual Recombination in Bacteria; 1962-1963.
23 National Science Foundation Grant: Recombination in Bacteria; 1965-1968.
box folder
4 1 Atomic Energy Commission: General Information; 1972-1974.
2 Atomic Energy Commission Contract; 1968-1969.
3 Atomic Energy Commission: Renewed Contract and Progress Report; 1971-1972.
4 Atomic Energy Commission Renewed Contract; 1971-1972.
5 Atomic Energy Commission: Renewed Research Proposals; 1975.
6 Research Notes and Rough Drafts; 1971-1976.
7 Haas and Connor Research on Kathon Biocide; 1994-1996.
8 Sequencing Genetics Study; 1999.
9 Research on DNA Replication; 1990-1993.
10 Effects of Radiation Sensitive Mutations on Recombinant Products: Bay V. Nguyen's Research Proposal; 1973.
11 Research Notes and Publication Application for Expression of the Mutagenic Peptide of Herpes Simplex Virus; 1986-1994.
12 Research Notes and Rough Drafts on Genetics; 1955, 1986.
13 Research Notes and Rough Draft Examining Recumbent DNA in E. Coli; 1972.
14 Research Plan and Notes on Recombination and Gene Conversion; 1933, 1969-1972.
15 Molecular Genetics Laboratory Research Notebook; Folder 1 of 2; 1979-1981.
16 Molecular Genetics Laboratory Research Notebook; Folder 2 of 2; 1979-1981.
17 Medical Genetics Laboratory Research Notebook; Folder 1 of 2; 1982-1985.
18 Medical Genetics Laboratory Research Notebook; Folder 2 of 2; 1982-1985.
19 Radiation Effects on Thyroid Cancer and Stem Cell Research; Folder 1 of 2; 1978-2003.
20 Radiation Effects on Thyroid Cancer and Stem Cell Research; Folder 2 of 2; 1978-2003.

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Series VI: School and Community Research Projects; 1969-2000

Scope and Content Note: This series contains Dr. Matney's project notes on various school and community projects he ran around Houston, including the Community Parenting Resources Program and the Houston Adventure Play Association.
box folder
4 21 Vanpooling; 1978, 1994-1995.
22 Hospitality Apartments; 1994-1997.
23 School Lunch Program; 1987-2000.
24 Children's Out of School Coalition; 1994-1996.
box folder
5 1 After School Care Programs; 1995.
2 Spring Branch Redevelopment Association; 1986-1990.
3 Community Projects Binder; 1981-1984.
4 Latch Key Program; 1982-1983.
5 Community Parenting Resources Program Business Documents; 1989-1991.
6 Community Parenting Resources Program Resource Pamphlets; 1989-1991.
7 Community Parenting Resources Program Finances; 1990-1995.
8 Community Parenting Resources Program: Feed Park Project; 1989, 1995.
9 Community Parenting Resources Program Reports of Activities; Folder 1 of 2; 1990-1992.
10 Community Parenting Resources Program Reports of Activities; Folder 2 of 2; 1990-1992.
11 Houston Adventure Play Association; Folder 1 of 3; 1988-1990.
12 Houston Adventure Play Association; Folder 2 of 3; 1987-1989.
13 Houston Adventure Play Association; Folder 3 of 3; 1972-1991.
14 Houston Adventure Play Association: Freed Park Account; 1990.
15 Mark Twain Adventure Playground; 1985, 1995.
16 Feed Park Project Publications; 1983-1990.
17 Feed Park Project: Financial Papers; 1986-1987, 1991.
18 Feed Park Project: Business Correspondence and Papers; Folder 1 of 3; 1983-1989, 1994.
19 Feed Park Project: Business Correspondence and Papers; Folder 2 of 3; 1969-1996.
20 Feed Park Project: Business Correspondence and Papers; Folder 3 of 3; 1986-1997.
21 Cash Receipts; 1994-1997.
22 Letters that Accompanied Fund Reimbursement Requests; 1988-1998.
23 Feed Park Project Transactions; 1995.
24 Rhonda Lewis Nwosu, Community Parks Substance Abuse Counselor; 1996-1997.
25 Carlyn L. Jackson, Community Parks Substance Abuse Counselor; 1996.
box folder
6 1 Adventure Playgrounds Manual; 1989.

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Series VII: Teaching Materials; 1976-2007

Scope and Content Note: This series contains Dr. Matney's lecture notes, diagrams, and pamphlets as well as other class materials.
box folder
6 2 Course Materials Binder; 1985-1995.
3 Genetics Class; Fall 1995.
4 Gene Transfer in Somatic Cell Systems Lecture; March 28, 1995.
5 Course: Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Spring 1996; 1990-1996.
6 Course: Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Spring 2006; 2000-2006.
7 Course: Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Projects; 2007.
8 Environmental Health Lectures; Folder 1 of 3; 1987-1998.
9 Environmental Health Lectures; Folder 2 of 3; 1992-1998.
10 Environmental Health Lectures; Folder 3 of 3; 1994-1998.
11 PCR Applications in Public Health; Folder 1 of 3; 1991-1996.
12 PCR Applications in Public Health; Folder 2 of 3; 1989-1996.
13 PCR Applications in Public Health; Folder 3 of 3; 1995-1996.
14 Summer College Program; 1980.
15 Program in Human and Molecular Genetics; 1996, 2004-2005.
16 Pratica; 1995-1996.
17 Tutorial Laboratory Descriptions; September 1976.
18 Laboratory Manual of Short Term Genetics Tests; 1989.
19 Pamphlets of Professional Organizations to show students; 1977.
20 Fall Meeting of the Texas Branch of the American Society of Microbiology Forms; 1991.

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Series VIII: Student Files; 1963-2005

Scope and Content Note: This series contains Dr. Matney's individual student files often containing resumes of the students and correspondence between the student and Dr. Matney.
box folder
6 21 List of Research Advisors; 2004.
22 Jian-Rong Lu; 1994-2005.
23 Millicent Goldschmidt; 1969-1977.
24 Jack Henderson; October 1996.
25 Monica Smith; 1989-1990.
26 Karen Zscheck; 1986-1989.
27 Mark A Pershouse; 1988.
28 Barbara D. Leinweber; 1989.
29 Richard D. Foulk; 1986-1988.
30 Grant Harrer; 1977-1978.
31 Linda J. Oldham; 1989-1990.
32 Michael J. Wargovich; 1980.
33 Shuwei Yan; 1990-1991.
box folder
7 1 Ellen S. Edwards; 1979-1984.
2 Thomas H. Connor; 1981-1982.
3 Robert DeJournett; 1998-1999.
4 John Heard; 1974-1984.
5 Suneeta Mahagaokar; October 1983.
6 Carol Ann McNeil; 1974-1981.
7 Olatokunbo "Toks" Lawal; October 1993.
8 Elizabeth Ann Bogosian; 1987-1988.
9 Mustafa Ozen; 1997-1999.
10 Margit Inman; 1978-1982.
11 Wendell Taylor; 1998-1999.
12 William C. McDonald; 1963-1976.
13 Roy A. Jenson; 1964-1976.
14 Eugene P. Goldschmidt; 1966-1980.
15 Letters of Recommendation; Folder 1 of 2; 1979-2000.
16 Letters of Recommendation; Folder 2 of 2; 1969-1981.

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Series IX: Travel; 1979-1982

Scope and Content Note: This series contains notes and other papers about Dr. Matney's business and research trips.
box folder
7 17 Colombia Trip; November 1979.
18 Correspondence from Bagota, Colombia; 1980-1981.
19 Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York; 1981.
20 Veteran's Administration Review of Agent Orange; 1982.
21 Mexico Trip; 1979-1980.
22 Peru; 1981.

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Series X: Realia and Ephemera; 1962-2011

Scope and Content Note: This series contains Dr. Matney's Temperature Gradient Plate as well as some oversized photographs of Dr. Matney.
box folder
- - Temperature Gradient Plate; 1962.
box folder
7 23 Temperature Gradient Plate Information; 1969, 2011.
box folder
8 - Gulf Coast Chapter Plaque; 1970.
- Health Science Center Most Valuable Employee Plaque; 1988-1989.
- Distinguished Service Award for the American Society of Microbiology Plaque; 1983.
- Research Award of the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists Research and Education Foundation; 1983.
1 Outdoor Group Photograph; Undated.
2 Institutional Biosafety Committee Plaque; 1995-1997.
3 Professional Portrait of Thomas Matney; 2002.
4 Photograph of Thomas Matney as a children's football coach; 1970.
5 Photograph of a group of people with the Human Genetics Center; 1998.
6 Poster Commemorating Dr. and Mrs. Matney's Membership in the Chancellor's Council; September 1999.

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Series XI: Audiovisual Materials; 1980-2010

Scope and Content Note: This series primarily contains VHS tapes. Many of the items in this series contain guest lectures given to one of Dr. Matney's Health Science classes.
box folder
9 1 Environmental Health Overview, Steele; Copy 1 of 2; February 2, 2000.
2 Environmental Health Overview, Steele; Copy 2 of 2; February 2, 2000.
3 Environmental Health Overview, Steele; February 7, 2000.
4 Environmental Health Overview, Skolnick; April 10, 2000.
5 Overview of Environmental Health, Emery and Morandi; Copy 1 of 2; January 8, 2001.
6 Overview of Environmental Health, Emery and Morandi; Copy 2 of 2; January 8, 2001.
7 Overview of Environmental Health, Hacker; Copy 1 of 2; January 10, 2001.
8 Overview of Environmental Health, Hacker; Copy 2 of 2; January 10, 2001.
9 Overview of Environmental Health, Schroder; Copy 1 of 2; January 17, 2001.
10 Overview of Environmental Health, Schroder; Copy 2 of 2; January 17, 2001.
11 Overview of Environmental Health, Schroder; Copy 1 of 2; January 22, 2001.
12 Overview of Environmental Health, Schroder; Copy 2 of 2; January 22, 2001.
13 Overview of Environmental Health, Schroder; Copy 1 of 2; January 24, 2001.
14 Overview of Environmental Health, Schroder; Copy 2 of 2; January 24, 2001.
15 Overview of Environmental Health, Smolensky; Copy 1 of 2; January 29, 2001.
16 Overview of Environmental Health, Smolensky; Copy 2 of 2; January 24, 2001.
box folder
10 1 Overview of Environmental Health, Smolensky; Copy 1 of 2; January 31, 2001.
2 Overview of Environmental Health, Smolensky; Copy 2 of 2; January 31, 2001.
3 Overview of Environmental Health, Morandi; Copy 1 of 2; February 5, 2001.
4 Overview of Environmental Health, Morandi; Copy 2 of 2; February 5, 2001.
5 Overview of Environmental Health, Stock; Copy 1 of 2; February 7, 2001.
6 Overview of Environmental Health, Stock; Copy 2 of 2; February 7, 2001.
7 Overview of Environmental Health, Schroder; Copy 1 of 2; February 12, 2001.
8 Overview of Environmental Health, Schroder; Copy 2 of 2; February 12 , 2001.
9 Overview of Environmental Health, Matney; Copy 1 of 2; February 14, 2001.
10 Overview of Environmental Health, Matney; Copy 2 of 2; February 14, 2001.
11 Overview of Environmental Health, Davis; Copy 1 of 2; February 21, 2001.
12 Overview of Environmental Health, Davis; Copy 2 of 2; February 21, 2001.
13 Overview of Environmental Health, King; Copy 1 of 2; February 26, 2001.
box folder
11 1 Overview of Environmental Health, King; Copy 2 of 2; February 26, 2001.
2 Overview of Environmental Health, Waring; Copy 1 of 2; March 12, 2001.
3 Overview of Environmental Health, Waring; Copy 2 of 2; March 12, 2001.
4 Overview of Environmental Health, Symanski; Copy 1 of 2; March 14, 2001.
5 Overview of Environmental Health, Symanski; Copy 2 of 2; March 14, 2001.
6 Overview of Environmental Health, Perkins; Copy 1 of 3; March 19, 2001.
7 Overview of Environmental Health, Perkins; Copy 2 of 3; March 19, 2001.
8 Overview of Environmental Health, Perkins; Copy 3 of 3; March 19, 2001.
9 Overview of Environmental Health, Emery; Copy 1 of 2; March 21, 2001.
10 Overview of Environmental Health, Emery; Copy 2 of 2; March 21, 2001.
11 Overview of Environmental Health, Whitehead; Copy 1 of 2; March 26, 2001.
12 Overview of Environmental Health, Whitehead; Copy 2 of 2; March 26, 2001.
13 Overview of Environmental Health, Hacker; Copy 1 of 2; March 28, 2001.
box folder
12 1 Overview of Environmental Health, Hacker; Copy 2 of 2; March 28, 2001.
2 Overview of Environmental Health, Smith; Copy 1 of 2; April 2, 2001.
3 Overview of Environmental Health, Smith; Copy 2 of 2; April 2, 2001.
4 Overview of Environmental Health, Smith; Copy 1 of 2; April 4, 2001.
5 Overview of Environmental Health, Smith; Copy 2 of 2; April 4, 2001.
6 Overview of Environmental Health, Connor; Copy 1 of 2; April 9, 2001.
7 Overview of Environmental Health, Connor; Copy 2 of 2; April 9, 2001.
8 Overview of Environmental Health, Emery; Copy 1 of 2; April 11, 2001.
9 Overview of Environmental Health, Emery; Copy 2 of 2; April 11, 2001.
10 Overview of Environmental Health, Connor; April 14, 2001.
11 Overview of Environmental Health, Delclos; April 18, 2001.
12 Overview of Environmental Health, Carson; April 23, 2001.
box folder
13 1 [Content Unknown]; Circa 1980-2010.
2 [Content Unknown]; Circa 1980-2010.
3 Dean's State of School of Public Health Speech; Fall 1990.
4 Dr. Gary Simpson Manta Virus; Circa 1980-2010.
5 CBS News Genetic Screening; April 23, 1996.
6 Connor II; April 16, 2001.
7 Dr. Steele Tribute; Circa 1980-2010.
8 Environmental Science Overview Radiation Risk Assessment, Dr. Schull; Circa 1980-2010.
9 Environmental Mutagens; March 18, 2002.
10 Steele Lecture Bioterrorism; Copy 1 of 2; April 4, 2000.
11 Steele Lecture Bioterrorism; Copy 2 of 2; April 4, 2000.
12 A Celebration of Life Thomas Stull Matney September 21, 1928-November 28, 2010: Love is my Gift [DVD]; Circa December 2010.

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