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Lerner nee Stuart, Ruth, fl. 1948 (wife of I. Michael Lerner, professor emeritus, Berkeley, California (USA))


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Assortment of items from bound volume, 1949, 1949

Identifier: Coll-1057/3/5/3
Scope and Contents

Contains: a birthday poem to Josephine Peace from Ruth and Michael Lerner (March 1949); a poem titled 'Words and Consequences' addressed to E.H.E Havelock (October 1949); typescript of interview between Greenwood and J.G Penny for 'Farm Forum' (December 1949); reminscences of Greenwood and Russell Greig's tour of Germany (March 1949); report of Greenwood's visit to Canada and the USA (August-September 1949); typescript titled 'Cancer Research in Poultry' and various newspaper clippings.

Dates: 1949

Page mounted with three photographs, c. December 1948

Identifier: Coll-1057/6/2/8
Scope and Contents

Recto: two photographs of Ruth Lerner digging the first sod of the Poultry Research Centre site at King's Buildings, 08 December 1948.

Verso: photograph of Joy Edge in laboratory, captioned: 'Miss Joy Edge, former member of staff, now with the Blood Transfusion Service, Canada.'

Dates: c. December 1948

Page mounted with two photographs, captioned 'The Beginning of the Poultry Research Centre Edinburgh', December 1948

Identifier: Coll-1057/6/2/7
Scope and Contents

The two photographs show Ruth Lerner digging the first sod of the Poultry Research Centre site at King's Buildings on 08 December 1948, with Alan Greenwood and crowd standing by. The caption notes that Ruth Lerner 'of Berkeley, California', is the 'wife of Professor I. Michael Lerner'.

Dates: December 1948

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