This small collection contains Dr. Arthur S. Kling's basic biographical and professional information in a few textual documents.
However, a visual history of his scientific work is well represented in photographs and over one thousand 35 mm slides. Contained
are presentations of experimental data, materials for teaching and lectures, and many pictures of non-human primates, who
were his main experimental subjects. There are also many slides from Dr. Kling's extensive travels in Africa and Europe, unfortunately
not identified for place.
Arthur (Art) S. Kling, M.D., was born in Chicago, IL, received a B.S. from Brookfield Zoo in Biology, and the M.D. degree
from the University of Utrecht, Holland. He interned and did his residency at Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. After positions
at Michael Reese and the University of Illinois, Chicago, he moved to Rutgers Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ, in 1968 and
remained there for twelve years.
2 boxes (1.0 linear ft.)
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