Van Tamelen's notebooks from classes at Harvard, 1948-49;
notebooks of Geoffrey V. Parry, research associate in chemistry at Stanford, 1965-66;
and charts from experiments, ca. 1961-66.
Eugene Earle van Tame1en, professor of chemistry, first came to Stanford
in 1962. He received his doctorate from Harvard University in 1950. He was
known for his work in synthesizing natural products and was the recepient of
the Leo Hendrick Baeke1and Award, 1965, the American Chemical Society Award
for Creative Work in Synthetic Organic Chemistry, 1970, and a Guggenheim
Fellowship for the 1973-74 academic year.
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