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In addition to the core collection, the following are available:

  • Banting's scrapbooks - page images of three scrapbooks, compiled by FG Banting, documenting his career and personal life. Selected items in the scrapbooks have also been individually described and included in the core collection. These items are listed on each scrapbook page.
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First draft of the objectives of the Banting and Best research foundation 27/11/2912
Frederick Grant Banting, 1891-1941
Sir Frederick Banting
Men and books : Memories of a fellow artist, Frederick Grant Banting
The physiology of insulin and its source in the animal body: Nobel lecture delivered at Stockholm on May 26th 1925
Reminiscences of the researches which led to the discovery of insulin
Certificate from collegiate institutes and high schools of Ontario
Nobel Prize medal inscribed to F. G. Banting
Medical discovery proves epoch-making
Medical men gather to discuss recent discovery
Declares Best shares honor
New treatment is certain cure Europe declares
Winners named for Reeve prize
Fondness for mongrel helped to find insulin
Maimed veterans offered selves freely as experimental material
New York excited over new cure for diabetes
To ask province to provide funds for insulin
Fifty Rochesterians saved from death by diabetes through application of remedy perfected by men at Toronto University
N. Y. specialists praise value of discovery

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