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Handwritten letter [this was framed] from Hans Christian Oersted. Typed notes, 'In 1820 Oersted first discovered the magnetic effect of an electric current' and '7 lines, from Copenhagen, dated 4th April 1842. Signed and written in French to M. Macedon...

Handwritten letter [this was framed] from Hans Christian Oersted. Typed notes, 'In 1820 Oersted first discovered the magnetic effect of an electric current' and '7 lines, from Copenhagen, dated 4th April 1842. Signed and written in French to M. Macedonio Mellani on behalf of "La Societe Royale des Sciences Danemarc"'.

James F. Riley

Framed and signed portrait photograph of Professor Ackermann. Typed note on the back, '"Histamine has two grandfathers: Professor Ackermann and Sir Henry Dale" (Sir John Gaddum at Leidum, September, 1962). Professor Ackermann gave me this portrait shor...

Framed and signed portrait photograph of Professor Ackermann. Typed note on the back, '"Histamine has two grandfathers: Professor Ackermann and Sir Henry Dale" (Sir John Gaddum at Leidum, September, 1962). Professor Ackermann gave me this portrait shortly after the Leiden meeting'.

James F. Riley

Framed and signed portrait photograph of J. Erik Jorpes. Typed note on the back, 'J. Erik Jorpes, Stockholm, who on reading the M.S. of my book on 'The Mast Cells' when he visited me in Dundee in 1958 remarked: "This is very good. I am sure that you ar...

Framed and signed portrait photograph of J. Erik Jorpes. Typed note on the back, 'J. Erik Jorpes, Stockholm, who on reading the M.S. of my book on 'The Mast Cells' when he visited me in Dundee in 1958 remarked: "This is very good. I am sure that you are right"'.

James F. Riley

Framed and signed portrait photograph of Alexander Maximow. Typed note on the back, 'Alexander Maximow of St. Petersburg, the greatest of all mast-cell pathologists. I wrote the technical section in the mast cell in Maximow and Bloom's 'Histology' and ...

Framed and signed portrait photograph of Alexander Maximow. Typed note on the back, 'Alexander Maximow of St. Petersburg, the greatest of all mast-cell pathologists. I wrote the technical section in the mast cell in Maximow and Bloom's 'Histology' and Dr. Wm. Bloom gave me this autograph of Maximow for my collection'.

James F. Riley

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