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Ludwik Anigstein Papers, 1932-1975

University of Texas Medical Branch

Anigstein, Ludwik,

Microbiology Papers, (1932-1975)



Title: Ludwik Anigstein, Microbiology Papers, (1932-1975)
Identification: MS 27
Repository: Truman G. Blocker, Jr. History of Medicine Collections, Moody Medical Library,  University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 77555-1035, phone (409) 772-2397

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

1891 Born in Warsaw, Poland.
1910-14 Student in medicine, University of Heidelberg, first graduated in Natural Sciences (zoology) with Ph.D. Magna cum laude (Heidelberg, 1913).
1911 Student in Marine Zoology. Station Zoologique Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France.
1915 Graduated in medicine from the Imperial Russian University of Juriev (Dorpat).
1915-18 WWI, Surgeon and Epidemiologist in Russian Army.
1918 Joined staff of State Institute of Hygiene in Warsaw as bacteriologist and parasitologist.
1923 Granted M.D. diploma by the University of Poznan (Poland). Post-graduate training at the London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
1924-39 Member of the Malaria Commission of the League of Nations; participated in collective studies on malaria in Europe, Africa and Asia.
1926-39 Lecturer in parasitology and bacteriology at the State School of Hygiene in Warsaw.
1929-39 Lecturer in parasitology at the University of Warsaw.
1929-31 Research student at the Institute for Medical Research, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya.
1931 Malariologist to Thai Government, Thailand.
1935-36 Health Expert, Government of Liberia.
1938 Delegate to Third International Congress of Tropical Medicine, Amsterdam and Chairman of the Section of Tropical Pathology.
1939 Participated as typhus expert and official delegate in the Sixth Pacific Science Congress, San Francisco.
1940 January Lecturer and research associate of University of California and assigned for virus research to the Department of Bacteriology, Columbia University, N.Y. December Research Associate, UTMB.
1946 June Lecturer on communicable diseases, U.N.R.R.A. Medical Training Mission to Poland. September Professor P.M. & P.H., UTMB.
1950 Consultant, Medical Division, Oak Ridge Institute for Nuclear Studies, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
1955 James W. McLaughlin Faculty Fellowship to study tropical disease in Peru and Brazil.
1956 Elected to Royal Society of Health, London.
1957 Elected to National Academy of Microbiology.
1961 Daniel Kempner Visiting Professor, University of Hamburg.
1970 Appointed professor emeritus, UTMB.
1975 Died, Galveston, Texas.

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SCOPE AND CONTENT

The Ludwik Anigstein Microbiology Papers, (1932-1975), reflect Dr. Anigstein's research activities as a microbiologist. The papers include correspondence with fellow scientists, reprints and other printed material, a scrapbook, photographs and material relating to Dr. Anigstein's various research interests. Most of the material relates to Dr. Anigstein's professional activities rather than the personal and social aspects of his life. The collection is arranged much as it was by Dr. Anigstein. The files are in a single alphabet under subjects and miscellaneous correspondence is interfiled with the subjects. The collection occupies 1.75 linear feet of shelf space and is contained in 4 manuscript boxes.

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Box
1-4 Ludwik Anigstein Papers, 1932-1975
Box Folder
1 2 B, Correspondence 1940-75
3 Bayne-Jones, S. 1944-45
1 Biographical
4 Bullis Fever Correspondence 1943-47
5 Bullis Fever Questionaires
Box Folder
4 3 Bullis Fever Reprints
Box Folder
1 6 Citizenship 1945
7 Contracts 1941-75
8 Credentials
9 D, Correspondence 1940-51
10 F, Correspondence 1939-52
11 Gautier, Raymond 1943-44
12 Heller, George 1947
13 International Health Organization 1959
14 Johnson, Lyndon B. 1949-55
15 K, Correspondence 1966
16 Kahn, Reuben L. 1954-55
17 Kauntze, W.H. 1945-46
18 Koprowski, Hilary 1957, 60
19 L, Correspondence 1932
20 Leake, Chauncey D. 1945-75
21 Lectures
22 Lewthwaite, Raymond 1935-72
23 Liberia 1971-74
24 M, Correspondence 1947, 66
25 Malaria 1947
26 Malaya 1950, 52
27 Manson-Bahr, Philip 1943-45
28 Manuscripts
29 P, Correspondence 1944-50
30 Parker, R.R. 1942-44
Box Folder
2 2 Photographs (family, groups, friends, etc.)
1 Photographs (Ludwik Anigstein)
3 Pijper, Adrianus 1940, 46, 56
4 Projects
5 R, Correspondence 1960
6 Rajchman, Ludwik 1939, 41-42
Box Folder
3 2 Reports on Culture of Rickettsiae and Tropical Typhus 1939
Box Folder
4 4 Reprints, Lewthwaite
1 Reprints, Ludwik Anigstein
2 Reprints, Ludwik Anigstein
5 Reprints, Reticulo-Endothelial Immune Serum (REIS)
6 Reprints, Various Authors
Box Folder
3 3 Rickettsiae
4 Rickettsiae in the U.S.S.R. 1957, 60
1 Rickettsial Research Lab, Daily Log Book 1949-55
Box Folder
2 7 Rocha, Lima, H. da 1954-56
8 S, Correspondence 1940-53
Box Folder
3 5 Sanguinin 1950-64
Box Folder
2 9 Scrapbook
10 Seminars
11 Snyder, J.C. 1942-48
12 Spies, John W. 1939-41
13 Stampar, Audrija 1939-40
14 Steinhaus, Edward A. 1945-50
15 Texas State Guard 1942-47
16 Tropical Diseases in South America 1955
17 Typhus Control
18 United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration 1944-46
19 W, Correspondence 1940-53
20 Zinsser, Haus 1936-40
21 Zoonoses

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