History of the International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction, 1953-1968 (bulk 1965-1968)
|Taylor, Howard C. (Howard Canning), 1900-
|.5 cubic feet (2 boxes)
|Health Sciences Library
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Obstetrician/Gynecologist. M.D., Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1924. Chairman, dept. of Ob/Gyn,
Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, 1946-1965; founder and first director, International Institute for the Study of Human
Reproduction, 1965-1970. For additional information see finding aid.
Scope and Contents
Taylor's contemporaneous account of the genesis and early history of the Columbia University International Institute for the
Study of Human Reproduction, from its founding in 1965 to the end of 1968. Also included is a brief retrospective account
of the preliminary efforts, 1953-1965, to establish the Institute. The work consists of Taylor's almost daily notes of his
efforts to get the Institute established and operating. The phone calls, conversations, meetings, and correspondence this
required are described in considerable detail. The entries were made on or shortly after the day they occurred. Also included
are copies of correspondence; grant proposals submitted to foundations; and reports of conferences. For additional information
see finding aid.