|Title:||American Type Culture Collection records|
|Creator:||American Type Culture Collection|
|Size:||10 boxes (13.5 linear feet)|
|Abstract:||Contains publications from the American Type Culture Collection's history, including the first volumes of the American Type Culture Collection Catalog.|
|Citation:||American Type Culture Collection records, Center for Biological Sciences Archives, Collection 10, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).|
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Not yet arranged; publications have been interfiled by title, then date.
SARCV 1995-15, SARCV 1996-11, SARCV 1997-07, SARCV 1997-23, SARCV 1998-04, SARCV 1998-05; Catalogs, newsletters, and a book were transferred to the archives by ATCC in 1995 and accessioned by Marcia Peri in 1998. Dr. Robert Stevenson deposited 1 cubic foot of A/V material, papers, and reports of the NIH Cancer Virus Program in 1996 which were accessioned by John Beck in 1997. ASM donated further A/V materials in 1997 which are stored with the ATCC collection. Three smaller donations consisting mostly of publications were accessioned in 1997 and 1998.
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American Type Culture Collection
American Type Culture Collection -- Archives
Cultures (Biology) -- Societies, etc.