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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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Letter to Sir Henry Dale 22/02/1954
Photograph of Charles Best as a young man ca. 1918
Graduation photograph of Charles Best 1921
Belleville scientist makes big discovery wins honor, renown
Co-discoverer of insulin, Dr. J. B. Collip, honored by citizens of Alberta
Dr. J. B. Collip tells story of discovery of diabetes cure
Claim Alberta doctor shares insulin honor
Legislature does honor to Dr. Collip
Dr. Collip is to receive doctor science degree
Banting and Best pay tribute to latest medical discoverer; Collip to distribute extract
Dr. J. B. Collip is honored at Harvard's tercentenary
Edinburgh award goes to Dr. Collip
Dr. James B. Collip is leaving McGill
Letter to Dr. J. B. Collip, Dept. of Physiology, University of Alberta 18/09/1922
Letter to Doctor Tory 25/01/1922

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