Collip (James Bertram) Papers

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Title:
Collip (James Bertram) Papers

Physical location:
Ms. Coll. 269

Dates of creation:
1898-1976

Physical Extent:
14 scrapbooks, 20 books, 4 boxes (2 metres)

Biographical Sketch:
James Bertram Collip, 1892 - 1965, co-discoverer of insulin. For more biographical information see: Biography of James Bertram Collip

Scope and Content:
A collection of scrapbooks, bound volumes of offprints and texts related to James Bertram Collip's research career in biochemistry and endocrinology.

Source of title:
Title based on contents of collection

Restrictions on access:
No restrictions

Related groups of
material:

For additional information about Dr. Collip and the discovery of insulin see Best Papers, Manuscript Collection 241; Banting Papers, Manuscript Collection 76; Noble Papers, Manuscript Collection 186 and the Academy of Medicine Collection held at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Source of acquisition:
Material was donated to the library by Dr. Collip's daughter, Dr. Barbara Collip Wyatt in 1989 and 1995.

Accessions:
1989, 1995, 1997

Finding aids:
Detailed finding aid available at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library reference desk.

Arrangement:
The collection arrived at the library in random order and was sorted into the above series by the Library.

Repository:
Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Digitized Items: