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University of Chicago. Department of Physiology. Records
.75 linear feet (2 boxes)
Special Collections Research Center
The Department of Physiology was founded with the establishment of the University of Chicago's first Courses of Instruction in 1892. This collection contains meeting minutes, student grade books, and other administrative material.
Box 1 is open for research, with no restrictions.
Box 2 contains a grade book which documents student grades for the years 1925-1931. This box is restricted until 2011.
When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: University of Chicago. Department of Physiology. Records, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library
The Department of Physiology was founded with the establishment of the University of Chicago's first Courses of Instruction in 1892. Notable faculty in the department have included Franklin C. McLean, Arno B. Luckhardt, Anton Julius Wilson, and the groundbreaking sleep researcher Nathaniel Kleitman.
This collection contains meeting minutes for the years 1936-1958, student grade books for the years 1901-1931, a statement for the Department Fund (a petty cash fund), and a notebook containing descriptive lists of seminars given 1931-1945.
The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:
Carlson, Anton Julius. Papers
Kleitman, Nathaniel. Papers
Lillie, Ralph S. Papers
Luckhardt, Arno B. Papers
McLean, Franklin C. Papers
|Box 1 Folder 1-4|
Staff meeting minutes, 1936-1958
|Box 1 Folder 5|
Department Fund statement, 1961
|Box 1 Folder 6|
Lists of seminars, 1931-1945
|Box 1 Folder 7|
Grade book, 1901-1912
|Box 1 Folder 8|
Grade book, 1912-1919
|Box 2 Folder 1|
Grade book, 1925-1931