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    W. M. S. Myers, Jr., letter to R. B. Woodward, Indianapolis, Indiana, May 24, 1944 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.6, Research 1935–1973, Box 7, in folder Correspondence, news clippings, etc. 1944, Harvard University Archives).
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    R. B. Woodward, letter to W. M. S. Myers Jr., Cambridge, MA, July 6, 1944 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.6, Research 1935–1973, Box 7, in folder Correspondence, news clippings, etc. 1944, Harvard University Archives).
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    R. B. Woodward, speech entitled “The Life and Scientific Work of William von Eggers Doering” made at the presentation of the Richards Medal to Doering, Cambridge, MA, April 9, 1970 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 10, in folder Doering. Harvard University Archives).
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    W. E. Doering, e-mail to J. I. Seeman, Cambridge, MA, May 18, 2005.
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    R. Weller, letter to R. B. Woodward, Lüneburg, British Zone, Germany, July 24, 1947 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    R. B. Woodward, letter to R. Weller, Cambridge, MA, December 18, 1947 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    R. Weller, letter to R. B. Woodward, Lüneburg, Germany, February 10, 1948 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
  • 74
    P. Rabe, letter to R. B. Woodward, Hamburg, Germany, February 19, 1948 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    R. B. Woodward, letter to P. Rabe, Cambridge, MA, March 16, 1948 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    R. Huisgen, e-mail to J. I. Seeman, Munich, July 24, 2006.
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    G. Stork, e-mail to J. I. Seeman, New York City, February 27, 2006.
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    P. Rabe, K. Kindler, Ber. Dtsch. Chem. Ges. 1918, 51, 13601365.
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    “The Chemistry of the Cinchona Alkaloids”: R. B. Turner, R. B. Woodward in The Alkaloids. Chemistry and Physiology, Vol. III (Ed.: R. H. F. Manske), Academic Press, New York, 1953, pp. 162.
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    Anonymous reviewer for J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1945 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine Syntheses—[Misc. & Final Versions of “Total Synthesis of Quinine]. Harvard University Archives).
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    E. Land, R. B. Woodward, Agreement between Polaroid Corporation and R. B. Woodward Cambridge, MA, June 1, 1942 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.6, Research 1935–1973, Box 7, in folder Polaroid Corporation 1942–1946, Harvard University Archives).
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    E. Land, R. B. Woodward, Agreement between Polaroid Corporation and R. B. Woodward Cambridge, MA, June 1, 1944 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.6, Research 1935–1973, Box 7, in folder Polaroid Corporation 1942–1946, Harvard University Archives).
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    A. B. Lamb and E. H. Land, letter to R. B. Woodward, Cambridge, MA, April 13, 1944 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    F. C. Whitmore, letter to H. N. Davis, Cleveland, OH, May  16, 1944 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    R. B. Woodward, letters to various US chemical and pharmaceutical companies, Cambridge, MA, 1944 and 1945 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    Various US chemical and pharmaceutical companies, letters to R. B. Woodward, Cambridge, MA, 1944 and 1945 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    R. B. Woodward, letter to I. Bram, Philadelphia, PA, February 23, 1945 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    R. B. Woodward, letter to Y. Kobayashi, Cambridge, MA, February 16, 1949 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine [1942–1954]. Harvard University Archives).
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    W. v. E. Doering, Laboratory notebooks New York, 1944 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.8 Early subject files, 1931–1960 (bulk), 1931–1979 (inclusive), Box 31, in folder Quinine Synthesis—Research Notes. Harvard University Archives).
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    L. Pauling, letter to R. B. Woodward, Pasadena, CA, July 21, 1942 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.10 Department and university subject files, Box 5, in folder Correspondence—Chemical, 1942–1949]. Harvard University Archives).
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    R. B. Woodward, letter to L. Pauling, Cambridge, MA, August 3, 1942 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.10 Department and university subject files, Box 5, in folder Correspondence—Chemical, 1942–1949]. Harvard University Archives).
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    L. Pauling, letter to R. B. Woodward, Pasadena, CA, October 5, 1942 (Harvard University. Records of Robert B. Woodward. HUGFP 68.10 Department and university subject files, Box 5, in folder Correspondence—Chemical, 1942–1949]. Harvard University Archives).
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    A. Eschenmoser, e-mail to J. I. Seeman, San Diego, CA, April 3, 2006.
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    “Synthetic Vitamin B12”: R. B. Woodward in Vitamin B12 (Eds.: B. Zagalak, W. Friedrich), Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 1979, pp. 3787.
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    M. E. Bowden, T. Benfey, Robert Burns Woodward and the Art of Organic Synthesis, Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA, 1992.
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    M. Wuonola, telephone conversation with J. I. Seeman, Richmond, VA, June 1, 2004.
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    “Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Natural Products”: R. B. Woodward in Frontiers of Bioorganic Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press, Amsterdam, 1979, pp. 3958.
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