Manuscript Collection No. 68
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Biographical Notes
- Scope and Content Note
- Arrangement of Collection
- Index terms
- Related Material
- Administrative Information
- Detailed Description of the Collection
- Series I: Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Field Agency Committee on Atomic Casualties Division of Medical Sciences National Research Council – Reports; 1951-1956
- Series II: United States Atomic Energy Commission – NYO ; 1979-1994
- Series III: Office of the Air Surgeon – NP; 1951.
- Series IV:Magazine and Newspaper Articles; 1948-1950.
- Series V:Reports Prepared for Director of Defense Nuclear Agency; 1945-1946;1980;1983-1984.
- Series VI:Abstracts and Reprints; 1972-1984.
- Series VII: 406th Medical General Laboratory 1947-1961
- Series X: Ministry of Health and Welfare. Japanese Government; 1946-1958
- Series XII: Cultural and Historical Publications in Japan; 1947-1950.
- Series XIII: Maps;1945-1948. 1947-1950.
- Series XIV: Communications; 1949.
- Series XV: Artifacts; circa 1949.
- Series XVI: National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council; 1947-1958.
- Series XVII: ABCC Publications; 1951-1995.
|Repository:||Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center; 1133 John Freeman Blvd.Houston, Texas 77030-2809.|
|Creator:||Carl F. Tessmer, MD.|
|Title:||Carl F. Tessmer, MD, papers.|
|Quantity:||7.125 linear feet (18 boxes).|
|Abstract:||Dr. Carl Tessmer served as the first Director of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC), NAS-NRC Field Agency, from 1948 to 1951. His archival collection, titled Carl F. Tessmer, MD, papers, relates to the origin and subsequent progress of the ABCC. The bulk of the material in his collection is administrative in nature. Included are semi-annual and annual reports, National Academy of Sciences (NAS) and National Reseearch Committtee(NRC) committee reports, early negotiations, reports from the initial clinical surveys, published scientific reports and correspondence dating from 1947. Approximately, 300 photographs and 15 sets of negatives accompanied Dr. Tessmer’s Collection. The photographs were moved and housed separately with the ABCC photograph collection, and have been cataloged. This collections is 7.125 linear feet (18 boxes).|
|Location:||Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.|
|Language:||The collection is predominantly in English. Some of the materials may include Japanese.|
Carl Frederick Tessmer was born in North Braddock, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1912. He received his higher education at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1933 he received his Bachelor of Science with highest honor. From 1933 to 1935, he studied medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical School and graduated in 1935 with a Doctor of Medicine degree. Dr. Tessmer completed a rotating internship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1936. He served his residency in pathology at Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, 1937. In 1937, he was granted a one year fellowship in pathology, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. On August 21, 1939 he married Maxine Keller. Together they had two sons, Jon and David. Upon the completion of his fellowship Dr. Tessmer accepted a residency in pathology at Queens Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii, 1939-1940.
Dr. Tessmer has had a twenty-three year association with the United States Armed Forces. He served in the United States Army Medical Corps, from 1940-1963 and retired with the rank of Colonel.
During the early 1940s he worked in Laboratory Services in hospitals in Hawaii and Saipan. In 1946, he traveled back to the mainland and the East coast. At the Army Institute of Pathology in Washington, D.C. he served as a pathologist. He also was part of Operation Crossroads with Task Force One on Bikini Island, 1946 and worked for the Naval Medical Research Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, 1947.
In 1948, Dr. Tessmer was appointed the first Director of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Dr. Tessmer’s association with the program began even before its formal inception, he took part in a survey in 1946 which actually established much of the basis for the organization. This was with a distinguished pathologist Dr. Shields Warren, Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School, and this included a significant amount of clinical data on A-bomb survivors, photographs and blood smears. As matters subsequently developed, he came the director of the program in Japan under the auspices of the National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council and Atomic Energy Commission.
The Tessmer family returned to the United States in 1951. For the next three years, 1951-1954, Dr. Tessmer was the Commanding Officer for the Army Medical Research Laboratory in Fort Knox, Kentucky. After attending the Basic Radioisotopes Training Course at the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies in 1954 he was appointed Chief of the Radiation Pathology Branch and Chief of the Basic Science Division for the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. He served as Chief for six years, 1954-1960. Dr. Tessmer returned to Japan in 1960. For the next two years, 1960-1962, he served as the Chief to the Medical General Laboratory (406). Dr. Tessmer travelled to Houston, Texas after a year with the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Washington, D.C., 1962-1963.
Dr. Tessmer has been affliated with the University of Texas for over a decade, 1963-1974. He has served as Chief Pathologist and Professor of Pathology at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute at Houston and Graduate Faculty member at the University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Science at Houston. While teaching at UTGSBS he sponsored four graduate students for the doctoral degree. From 1971-1973 he was the Program Coordinator for the University of Texas Medical School at Houston.
From 1973-1985, Dr. Tessmer was associated with the Olin E. Teague Veterans’ Center, Temple, Texas in several capacities. His appointments were: Chief, Laboratory Service of the Olin E. Teague Veterans’ Center, 1973-1985; Medical Director, Medical Technologist School, Southwest Texas University, 1976-1977; Medical Director, Medical Technician School, Temple Junior College, 1973-1985. Dr. Tessmer’s last academic post was as Professor, Department of Human Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Texas A&M University College of Medicine, College Station, Texas, 1977-1985.
Dr. Tessmer has been very active as a physician, pathologist, adminstrator and professor. He has medical licensure in the states of Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Hawaii, and Texas. He has written forty five publications. Dr. Tessmer is a member or fellow of eleven professional organizations. They are: American Society of Clinical Pathologists (Fellow), College of American Pathologists (Fellow), American Association of Pathologists, Radiation Research Society, Washington Society of Pathologists (President, 1959-1960), International Academy of Pathologists, Texas Medical Association, Texas Society of Pathologists, Texas Society for Electron Microscopy, Member, CAP House of Delegates, Texas, 1971-, Sigma Xi. His expertise has been in high demand. He has served as a consultant to a number of institutes, committees and agencies. They are: Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, Medical Division, 1956, the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Division of Biology and Medicine Advisory Panel, AEC (Californium 252 program), 1968, HEW, Food and Drug Admistration, Radiation Bio-Effects and Epidemiology Advisory Committee, 1972. Dr. Tessmer has had a number of appointments: Diplomate to the American Board of Pathology – Clinical and Anatomic Pathology, 1941, Subcommission on Radiation Pathology, I.C.P.R., 1967-1973, President of the Houston Society of Clinical Pathologists, 1970-1973, Member of the International Commission for Stage Grouping on Cancer and Presentation of Results (I.C.P.R.) (International Society of Radiology), 1973-.
Dr. Tessmer retired from academia in 1985. His sons – Jon F. is a physician in Brownwood, Texas and David P. Lives in Pittsburgh, PA. He continues to communicate with his professional collegues. On October 13, 1992 he married Shizue Murata. They enjoy living in the Texas countryside and traveling.
Scope and Content Note
Dr. Tessmer served as the first Director of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC), NAS-NRC Field Agency, from 1948 to 1951. His archival collection relates to the origin and subsequent progress of the ABCC. The bulk of the material in his collection is administrative in nature. Included are semi-annual and annual reports, NAS and NRC committee reports, early negotiations, reports from the initial clinical surveys, published scientific reports and correspondence dating from 1947. Approximately, 300 photographs and 15 sets of negatives accompanied Dr. Tessmer’s Collection. The photographs have since been moved, housed separately with the ABCC photograph collection, and have been cataloged. This collections is 7.125 linear feet (18 boxes).
Dr. Tessmer’s Collection is essential for researchers studying the history of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission and early radiation medicine. Also available is a taped interview with Dr. Tessmer conducted by Dr. Mary Winkler, which was recorded on December 6, 1985. The collection is open for research. Individuals interested in using the collection should contact the Director of the Historical Research Center or the Coordinator for the ABCC Collections.
The Carl F. Tessmer Collection contains publications from a number of government agencies, military branches and civilian organizations. They clearly illustrate the establishment and association with the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Dr. Tessmer served as the first Director of the ABCC. The papers are predominately administrative and are organized under the issuing agency. The strengths of the collection are the early reports and correspondence dating from 1947 to the mid-1950s. The scientific publications come in the form of abstracts and reprints from the 1970s and 1980s.
Unique to this collection are several maps of Post-War Japan, cultural publications and artifacts. Most of these publications are no longer available in Japan. e.g. Dr. Tessmer donated two lapel pins. The first is a Rotary International pin presented to him at the time he became an honorary member of the Hiroshima Rotary. The second is the ABCC pin. Which was designed to follow the widespread Japanese custom of a lapel pin to show association with a company or institution, and to assist with identification. It is made, incidentally, by one of the traditional Japanese methods of fine metal work. Essentially it involves incising the metal surface and hammering small filaments of gold into the clefts. It incorporates the proper Aesculapian figure. Worthy of note is the fact somewhat later ABCC members were told that the Japanese reacted a little unfavorably to the serpent portion. The concept of the pin was readily accepted by the early Japanese staff. Its subsequent use is unknown.
As stated in the introduction, Dr. Tessmer’s photographs have been rehoused and cataloged as single items and in sets. The bibliographic records and holdings are in a machine readable format. The findings aid for the photographs are the following: traditional card files and computerized bibliographic records in online catalogs. All of the photographs are black and white and most were taken by Mr. Einhorn, photographer for the U.S. Army Signal Corps. These photographs provide a wonderful visual record of the establishment and early activities of the ABCC.
The collection is arranged in sixteen series: I. Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Field Agency Committee on Atomic Casualties Division of Medical Sciences National Research Council – Reports II. United States Atomic Energy Commission – NYO III. Office of the Air Surgeon – NP IV. Magazine and Newspaper Articles V. Reports Prepared for Director of Defense Nuclear Agency VI. Abstracts and Reprints VII. 406th Medical General Laboratory VIII. Office of the Chief Surgeon Far East Command IX. National Research Council X. Ministry of Health and Welfare. Japanese Government XI. ABCC Correspondence and Reports XII. Cultural and Historical Publications on Japan XIII. Maps XIIII. Communications XV. Artifacts XVI. National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council XVII. ABCC Publications
The individual series are arranged under the alpha-numeric code given by the issuing agency, chronologically and alphabetically where applicable. Segments of the collection arrived with an established order. Where possible, the initial organization was retained. Dr. Tessmer wisely saved notes, draft copies, annotated versions and final printings of significant reports. This provides researchers a unique opportunity to explore the various stages for issued reports. His collection did not contain many duplicates or photocopies. All metal hinges, staples, and paper clips were removed. Archival bond was interleaved to keep related documents and attachments together. Where required, documents on acidic paper were photocopied onto archival bond paper and the originals discarded. Some fragile documents were placed in L-velopes to maintain their integrity and to help contain possible contaminants.
The collection includes correspondence with individuals, military officials, government departments and agencies from the United States and Japan, Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Field Agency Committee on Atomic Casualties Division of Medical Sciences National Research Council, Office of the Air Surgeon, National Research Council, United States Atomic Energy Commission, National Academy of Science, Director of Defense Nuclear Agency, 406th Medical General Laboratory, Ministry of Health and Welfare Japanese Government, semi-annual reports, annual reports, quarterly reports, surveys, studies, discussions, magazine and newspaper articles, abstracts and reprints, memoranda, correspondence, interim reports, appendices, standing operating procedures, agency and department publications, travel publications, postcards, maps, telegraphs, programs, score and lyrics, artifacts, conference reports and photographs. There are some documents written in Japanese and a few in both English and Japanese. This is specifically noted in the inventory.
Abbreviations used include: ABCC – Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Assoc – Association COM – Committee NAS – National Academy of Sciences NRC – National Research Council SCAP – Supreme Commander for the Allied Forces Sp – Special
Abbreviations for journal titles include: ACTA HAEMATOL. JPN. – Acta Haematology Japan Acta Obst et Gynaec Jap – Acta Obstetricia et Gynaecologica Japan Amer J Epidem – American Journal of Epidemiology Amer J Public Health – American Journal of Public Health Hum.Genet. – Human Genetics JADA – The Journal of the American Dental Association J Chron Dis. – Journal of Chronic Diseases J NATL CANCER INST. or JNCI – Journal of the National Cancer Institute J RADIAT. RES. – Journal of Radiation Research
I. Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Field Agency Committee on Atomic Casualties Division of Medical Sciences National Research Council – Reports, 3 Boxes These reports are arranged chronologically. Most of the semi-annual reports were issued in two parts – part 1 is research and part 2 is administration. They date from 1 July 1951 through 31 December 1953. Other annual reports, summaries and quarterly reports that make-up this series date from 1950 and 1951. The semi-annual report in folder is accompanied by a handwritten note to C. Tessmer. The cover of the semi-annual report in folder 11 is labelled “corrected” and is accompanied by a typed memorandum from Dr. Frank H. Connell.
II. United States Atomic Energy Commission – NYO, 2 Boxes The publications in this series are files by NYO number. Recorded is the complete title, author and date. In some instance the TIS Issuance Date is given. NYO-4469 in folder 15 is stamped “Unclassified”, initialled and dated 2/21/57. Printed are round table discussions by the survivors, bibliographies, medical examinations and follow-up studies. Included are three growth and development program studies by Earle L. Reynolds.
III. Office of the Air Surgeon, 2 Boxes There are five volumes of reports in this series dated April 19, 1951. They are filed by NP number. Entitled : Medical Effects of Atomic Bomb. The Report of the Joint Commission on the Effects of the Atomic Bomb in Japan. Army Institute of Pathology.
IV. Magazine and Newspaper Articles, 1 Box The three articles filed in this series illustrates the continued interest in the atomic bomb survivors by the general population. The publications are : Life magazine, Empire: the magazine of the Denver Post and The Pittsburgh Press.
V. Reports Prepared for Director of Defense Nuclear Agency, 1 Box These reports are filed alphabetically. They all date from the early 1980s. Of the seven reports field in this series the first four are technical reports and the last three are final reports. Military focus.
VI. Abstracts and Reprints, 1 Box This single box contains 37 separate articles. They are filed alphabetically by title. All date from the late 1970s and the 1980s. The primary topic is the health of the a-bomb survivors and their offspring.
VII. 406th Medical General Laboratory, 1 Box Two public health reports are filed here. One is on the black flies of Japan and Korea.
VIII. Office of the Chief Surgeon Far East Command, 1 Box A published report from the office on parasitic mites is filed here.
IX. National Research Council, 1 Box Memorandum to the Committee on Atomic Casualties are filed here. This committee helped lay the groundwork for the foundation of the ABCC. It was created in 1947.
X. Ministry of Health and Welfare. Japanese Government. 1 Box The Japanese National Institute of Health of Minstry of Health and Welfare formally joined the studies of the ABCC in 1948. A single administrative public health report is filed here.
XI. ABCC Correspondence and Reports, 2 Boxes This is one of the most outstanding series of this collection. Filed here are correspondence and interim reports leading to the establishment of the ABCC – primarily to and from the General Headquarters Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. Discussed is the need for the ABCC, the funding, and continued support. There are letters from Dr. H. Grant Taylor to Dr. Tessmer. Dr. Taylor succeeded Dr. Tessmer as the Director of ABCC. Included are annotated copies of reports issued by Dr. Tessmer as ABCC Director. The first clinical studies by ABCC scientists are filed here. Some are preliminary reports, status surveys – marked not for publications and studies that include letters from the authors and sets of photographs. This is indicated on the inventory. The photographs were sleeved, labelled and left with pertinent correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, or reports.
XII. Cultural and Historical Publications on Japan, 1 Box This series is unique to the collection. Dr. Tessmer has collected tourist information printed in Occupied Japan. Included are guides, postcards, maps, published photographs, booklets. The cities of Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Tokyo and Nikko Shrine are represented.
XIII . Maps, 1 Box Some of the maps were issued by the United States Air Force and others by the Japanese Travel Bureau. All are folded and some have legends in both English and Japanese. This has been noted in the inventory.
XIV. Communications, 1 Box In this series are filed Japanese Telegraphs and materials from the Hiroshima Rotary Club. The Hiroshima Rotary Club conducted a program on September 27, 1949.
XV. Artifacts, 1 Box An ABCC lapel pin and part of a Rotary International lapel pin are boxed in this series. A description of the pins can be found in the second paragraph of the Organization section of this guide.
XVI. National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council, 1 Box, The reports, memoranda, and meeting programs in this series are from the 1950s. Accompanying some of the reports are handwritten notes. The reports are scientific, admistrative and procedural. The provisional analysis of the Tumor Registry Data, committee reports from visits to the ABCC, the Unified Study Program can be found here.
Important subjects: Army Institute of Pathology, Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Field Agency Committee on Atomic Casualties Division of Medical Sciences National Research Council, artifacts, atomic calculations, atomic medicine, congenital and hereditary abnormalities, consanguinity, culture, cytogenetics, Defense Nuclear Agency, 406th Medical General Laboratory, genetics, hematology, Hiroshima, Japan, Japanese Institute of Health. Ministry of Health and Welfare, Nagasaki, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, Office of the Air Surgeon, Office of the Chief Surgeon Far East Command, radiation, Rotary International, SCAP, serology, Tokyo, United States Atomic Energy Commission vital statistics.
Among the authors and correspondents are : H. Grant Taylor, William J. Schull, Paul G. Filmore, Seymour Jablon, Felix E. Moore, R. Keith Cannan, John C. Bugher, James V. Neel, Lowell A. Woodbury, Robert M. Hupsel, Morihiro Ishida, Robert W. Miller, Robert F. Poole , Jr., Neal Tsukifuji, Werner Wells, Wm. Walter Greulich, John J. Lentz Jr., Melvin A. Block, Raisuke Shirabe, T. Fujii, K. Tsuchitori, M. Oishi, Herman E. Pease, Merril Eisenbud, John S. Lawerence, Philip S. Owen, Daniel Noce, Lewis H. Weed, Wataru W. Sutow, Michinori Hamada, Sadahisa Kawamoto, Earle L. Reynolds.
Arrangement of Collection
This collection is arranged into the following series.
The collection is open for research.
Copyright restrictions may apply.
Related materials include the assorted Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) collections located at the McGovern Historical Research Center. Consult an archivist for more information.
The Carl Tessmer, MD, papers; MS 068; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.
Dr. Tessmer donated his papers to the Harris County Medical Archive, now the John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center in the Texas Medical Center Library, in August of 1985 and has made additional contributions in 1986, 1994 and 1995.
The finding aid for this collection was rewritten and updated in January 2011, because several boxes were found to be missing from the collection. The missing boxes are assumed to have been destroyed in the 2001 flood of the HRC archive by Tropical Storm Allison; however there is no obvious record about the missing boxes. Please consult an archivist if you have questions concerning missing boxes. In the course of updating the finding aid, the processor found many documents on thermal copy papers are fading. The processor copied the fading documents and inserted the thermal copy and the newer copy in paper sleeves. This finding aid has been rewritten to more accurately reflect actually order and contents of the collection.
No accruals are expected for this collection.
Detailed Description of the Collection
|Series I: Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Field Agency Committee on Atomic Casualties Division of Medical Sciences National Research Council – Reports; 1951-1956|
|1||1||Semi-Annual Report. 1 July 1951 through 31 December 1951. Part 1 – Research. 1951.|
|2||Semi-Annual Report. 1 July 1951 through 31 December 1951. Part 2 – Administration. July-December 1951.|
|3||Semi-Annual Report. 1 July 1951 through 31 December 1951. Part 1 – Research. (accompanied by a handwritten note to C. Tessmer from ?) July-December 1951.|
|4||Semi-Annual Report. 1 July 1951 through 31 December 1951. Part 1 – Research July-December 1951.|
|5||Semi-Annual Report. 1 January 1952 through 30 June 1952. Part 2 – Administration. 1952.|
|6||Semi-Annual Report. 1 January 1953 through 30 June 1953. Part 1 – Research. 1953.|
|7||Semi-Annual Report. 1 January 1953 through 30 June 1953. Part 2 – Administration. 1953.|
|8||Semi-Annual Report. 1 July 1953 through 31 December 1953. Part 1 – Research. 1953.|
|9||Semi-Annual Report. 1 July 1953 through 31 December 1953. Part 2 – Administration. 1953.|
|2||10||Semi-Annual Report. 1 July 1953 through 31 December 1953. Part 1 – Research. 1953.|
|11||Semi-Annual Report. 1 January 1954 through 30 June 1954. Part 1 – Research. (Cover labelled “Corrected” handwritten. Copy accompanied by typed Memorandum from Dr. Frank H. Connell, dated 7 December 1954.) 1954.|
|12||Semi-Annual Report. 1 January 1954 through 30 June 1954. Part 1 – Research. 1954.|
|13||Semi-Annual Report. 1 January 1954 through 30 June 1954. Part II – Business Administration. 1954.|
|14||Semi-Annual Report. 1 July through 31 December 1951. Part 1 – Research. 1954.|
|15||Semi-Annual Report. 1 January through 30 June 1956. Part 1 – l Report. 1 July through 31 December 1956. Part 1 – Research. 1954.|
|16||Semi-Annual Report. 1 July through 31 December 1956. Part 1- Research. 1956.|
|17||Appendices – Annual Report. 1 January 1950 through December 1950. 1950.|
|18||Interium Report. 1 January through 30 June 1951. 1951.|
|3||19||Summary of Medical Studies on Hiroshima Children Exposed to the Atomic Bomb 1951-1953 by Wataru W. Sutow, M.D. 1951-1953.|
|20||Quarterly Report of the Research Program. 1 July 1950 through 30 September 1950. 1950.|
|21||Quarterly Report of the Research Program. 1 January 1951 through 31 March 1951. 1951.|
|Series II: United States Atomic Energy Commission – NYO ; 1979-1994|
|4||1||NYO-4450 Round table discussion by the survivors of the Nagasaki Medical College relating their personal experience with Atomic bomb victims in Nagasaki. June 7, 1950.; 1950.|
|2||NYO-4451 Report of the Medical Examination on the 78 Hiroshima Patients with Radiation Cataracts. By Paul G. Fillmore. July 20, 1951.; 1951.|
|3||NYO-4452 Bibliography of A-Bomb Material Collected Through April 17, 1952. July 1953 [TIS Issuance Date]; 1952-1953.|
|4||NYO-4453 Bibliography of A-Bomb Material. Supplement – April 18, 1952 through June 30, 1952 Addendum I. By Annabell W. Furman. December 1953 [TIS Issuance Date]; 1952-1953.|
|5||NYO-4455 Refractory Anemia Occurring in Survivors of the Atomic Bombing at Nagasaki, Japan. By Robert D. Lange, Stanley W. Wright, Masanobu Tomonaga, Hirotomi Kunasaki, Shigeru Matsuoka, Haruji Matsunaga. December 1953 [TIS Issuance Date]; 1953.|
|6||NYO-4456 Medical Survey of Atomic Bomb Casualties. By Raisuke Shirabe. April 1953 [TIS Issuance Date] [Nagasaki], Japan; 1953.|
|7||NYO-4458 The Growth and Development Program of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission: Analysis of Body Measurements taken in 1951 on 4,800 Hiroshima children. By Earle T. Reynolds. June 12, 1952; 1951-1952.|
|8||NYO-4459 The growth and development program of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission: Analysis of observations on maturation, body build and posture taken in 1951 on 4,800 Hiroshima Children. By Earle L. Reynolds. Oct. 30, 1952; 1951-1952.|
|9||NYO-4460 Semi-Annual Report – January 1, 1953 through June 30, 1953. Part I – Research; 1953.|
|5||10||NYO-4461 Physical Fitness Studied in Children Exposed to the Atomic Bomb in Hiroshima. By Wataru W. Sutow, Masayuki Ishii, Tonami Mukai, Marvin A. Kastenbaum (with the technical assistance of Misao Usagwa) June 30, 1953; 1953.|
|11||NYO-4462 Hematological, statistical and genetic study of ovalocytosis. By T. Fujii, T. Tsuchitori, M. Oishi. June 30, 1953. 1953.|
|12||NYO-4463 Follow-up studies of Congenital Dysplasia of the Hip Joint. By John W. Wood. June 1953; 1953.|
|13||NYO-4465 Arterial Hypertension in the Japanese. By H. E. Brown. June 30, 1953. 1953.|
|14||NYO-4468 Skeletal Maturation in Healthy Japanese Children, 6 to 19 Years of Age. By Wataru W. Satow, Kenji Ohwada. May 15, 1953. 1953.|
|15||NYO-4469 Adrenal Function, as measured by Thorn Tests, of heavily irradiated Adults seven years after exposure to an Atomic bomb. by Robert D. Lange, Takashi Fujii. June 30, 1953 (stamped “Unclassified”, initialled and dated 2/21/57); 1953.|
|16||NYO-4470 Studies on Skeletal Maturation. By Wataru W. Sutow. May 15, 1953; 1953.|
|17||NYO-4471 Analysis of the Pediatric Medical Examination of Hiroshima “1000-Meter” Children and their Controls. By Wataru W. Sutow. December 31, 1952. 1952.|
|18||NYO-4472 Neurological and Psychometric examination of children exposed In Utero to the atomic bomb in Nagasaki. By Wataru W. Sutow, Michinori Hamada, Sadahisa Kawamoto. December 10, 1953. 1953.|
|19||NYO-4473 The Growth and Development Program of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission: analysis of body measurements and observation taken in 1952 on 4,200 Hiroshima Children. By Earle L. Reynolds. November 15, 1953. 1953.|
|Series III: Office of the Air Surgeon – NP; 1951.|
|6||1||NP-3036 Medical Effects of Atomic Bomb. The Report of the Joint Commission for the Investigation of the Effects of the Atomic Bomb in Japan: Volume I., April 19, 1951. Army Institute of Pathology; 1951.|
|2||NP-3037 Medical Effects of Atomic Bomb. The Report of the Joint Commission for the Investigation of the Effects of the Atomic Bomb in Japan; Volume II., April 19,1951. Army Institute of Pathology; 1951.|
|3||NP-3038 Medical Effects of Atomic Bomb. The Report of the Joint Commission for the Investigation of the Effects of Atomic Bomb in Japan; Volume III., April 19, 1951. Army Institute of Pathology; 1951.|
|7||4||NP-3039 Medical Effects of Atomic Bomb. The Report of the Joint Commission for the Investigation of the Effects of the Atomic Bomb in Japan; Volume IV., April 19, 1951; 1951.|
|5||NP-3040 Medical Effects of Atomic Bomb. The Report of the Joint Commission for the Investigation of the Effects of the Atomic Bomb in Japan; Volume V., April 19,1951; 1951.|
|Series IV:Magazine and Newspaper Articles; 1948-1950.|
|8||1||“The A-bomb’s Children” (Life Magazine, Vol. 8(1) January 2, 1950); 1950.|
|2||“Atomic Test Tube”(Empire- The Magazine of the Denver Post, December 10, 1950; 1950.|
|3||“Hiroshima – 3 Years after Atomic Blast” (Newspaper clipping -The Pittsburgh Press, August 5, 1948); 1948.|
|Series V:Reports Prepared for Director of Defense Nuclear Agency; 1945-1946;1980;1983-1984.|
|8||4||Analysis of Radiation Exposure for Naval Personnel at Operation Ivy; 1983.|
|5||Analysis of Radiation Exposure for Naval Personnel at Operation Sandstone; 1983.|
|6||Analysis of Radiation Exposure, Task Force Razor; 1983.|
|7||Analysis of Radiation, Third Marine Corps Provisional Atomic Exercise Brigade; 1984|
|8||Biological Effects of Initial-Nuclear Radiation based on the Japanese data; 1980.|
|9||Nuclear Casualty Data Summary; 1980.|
|10||Radiation Dose Reconstruction U.S. Occupation Forces in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, 1945-1946; 1945-1946|
|Series VI:Abstracts and Reprints; 1972-1984.|
|8||11||A-Bomb Survivor Studies, Immunity and the Epidemiology of Radiation Carcinogenesis; 1981.|
|12||Abstracts of Papers for the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society(May 1985); 1985.|
|13||Adenoacanthoma(adenosquamous carcinoma) of the Pancreas (Cancer, vol.29(5) May 1985; 1985|
|14||Aging in Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Survivors(American Journal of Pathology, vol.75(1) April 1974); 1974.|
|15||Atomic Bomb Radiation Studies in Japan(Science, vol.192 May 28, 1976 p.845); 1976.|
|16||Autopsy Study of Blast Crisis in patients with Chronic Granulocytic Leukemia, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1949-1960(Cancer, vol. 33(4) April 1974); 1974.|
|17||Autopsy Study of Cerebrovascular Disease in Japanese Men Who Lived in Hiroshima, Japan and Honolulu, Hawaii(Stroke, vol. 10(4) July-August 1979); 1979|
|18||Breast Cancer Incidence Among Atomic Bomb Survivors, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1950-69(Journal of National Cancer Institute, vol. 59(3) September 1977); 1977.|
|19||Breast Cancer Risk from Low-Dose Exposure to Ionizing Radiation: Results of Parallel Analysis of Three Exposed Population of Women (Journal of National Cancer Institite, 65(2) August 1980; 1980.|
|20||Cancer of the Head and Neck in Atomic Bombs Survivor: Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1957-1976(Cancer, vol. 48(10) pp. 2172-2178:1981); 1981.|
|21||Computed Tomography Localizer(Computerized Tomography, vol. 5 pp. 215-220: 1981); 1981.|
|22||Doses to Critical Organs from Dental Radiography(Oral surgery, vol. 41(2)pp.251-260: 1976; 1976.|
|23||Dose to the Active Bone Marrow. Gonads and Skin from Roentgenography and Flouroscopy(Radiology, vol. 101(3) pp. 669-678 December 1971); 1971.|
|24||Earlier Onset of QRS in Anterior Precordial ECG Leads(Circulation, vol. 54(3) September 1976); 1976.|
|25||Estimating Cancer Risks from Low Doses of Ionizing Radiation(Science, vol. 109, September 12, 1980); 1980.|
|26||First-Rib “Fenestrations”(Nippon Acta Radiologica, ol 36(5) May 1976); 1976.|
|27||Frequency of Marriage and Live Birth among Survivors Prenatally Exposed to the Atomic Bomb(American Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 102(2) pp. 128-136: 1975) 1975.|
|28||Genetic Effects of Atomic Bombs(Human Genetics Part A: The Unfolding Genome pp.267-276: 1982; 1982.|
|29||Haemoglobin Hiroshima and the Mechanism of the Alkaline Bohr Effect(Nature New Biology, vol. 232(31) pp.147-149: August 4, 1971); 1971|
|30||In Vitro Life Span and UV Sensitivity in Cells …(Journal of Radiation Research , vol. 23 pp.88-98: 1982); 1982.|
|31||A Longitudinal Study of Blood Pressure in the Japanese(Journal of Chronic Diseases, vol. 31 pp.669-689:1978); 1978.|
|32||Lung Cancer at Autopsy in A-Bomb Survivors and Controls, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1961-1970(Cancer, vol. 33(6) June 1974); 1974.|
|33||Medical and Occupational Radiation Exposure Reported by Self-Administered Questionnaire(Nippon Acta Radiologica, vol.37 (12) December 1977; 1977|
|34||Medical: X-ray Exposure among Hiroshima and Nagasaki A-Bomb Survivors(Acta Nippon Radiologica, vol. 30(10) January 1970); 1970.|
|35||Metastatic Adenocarsinoma in the Uterine Cervix: a report of two autopsy cases(Acta Obstetrica et gynaecologica japonica, vol. 21(1) pp.9-14 1974); 1974|
|36||Mortality in Children Exposed to the A-Bombs While in Utero, 1945-1969(American Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 93: pp.435-442, 1971); 1971.|
|37||Mortality in the Children of Atomic Bomb Survivors and Controls(Genetics vol. 76: 311-326 February 1974; 1974.|
|38||Paracentric Inversion of a Human Chromosome 7(Human Genetics, vol.31: 1-7 1976); 1976.|
|39||Peripheral Lymphocyte Response to PHA and T Cell Population among Atomic Bomb Survivors(Radiation Research. vol. 93(3) March 1983); 1983.|
|40||Radiological Practice in Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Trends from 1964 to 1970(American Journal of Public Health, vol. 65(6) June 1975); 1975.|
|41||Salivary Gland NeoplasmsFollowing Atomic Radiation: Additional Cases and Reanalysis of Combined Date in a Fixed Population, 1957-1970(Cancer vol.35(2) February 1975); 1975.|
|42||Studies of the Mortality of A-Bomb Survivors 6. Mortality and Radiation Dose, 1950-1974(Radiation Research, vol.75:138-201 1978); 1978.|
|43||Studies of the Mortality of A-Bomb Survivors 7. Mortality, 1950-1978: Part 1: Cancer Mortality(Radiation Research, vol. 90: 395-432 1982); 1982.|
|44||Studies of the Mortality of A-Bomb Survivors Report 7. Mortality 1950-1978: Part II. Mortality from Causes other than Cancer and Mortality in Early Entrants(Radiation Research, vol. 91: 243-264 1982); 1982.|
|45||Technical Factors in Dental Radiography in Hiroshima and Nagasaki(JADA, vol. 80(5) February 1974); 1974.|
|46||Thyroid Carcinoma after Exposure to Atomic Radiation(Annals of Internal Medicine, vol.80(5) May 1974); 1974|
|47||Two Cases of Acute Leukemia in Heavily Exposed A-Bomb Survivors Following Radiotherapy for Breast Cancer(Acta Haematologica Japonica, vol. 44(4) July 1980); 1980.|
|Series VII: 406th Medical General Laboratory 1947-1961|
|9||1||The Black Flies of Japan and Korea. May 1, 1955; 1955.|
|2||Professional Report 1960; 1960.|
|Series VIII: Office of the Chief Surgeon – Far East Command; 1952.|
|9||3||Parasitic Mites Found on Small Mammals in Japan and Korea, March 1952; 1952.|
|Series IX: National Research Council; 1947.|
|9||4||Memorandum to: Committee on Atomic Casualties; From: Philip S. Owen, M.D. October 21, 1947; 1947|
|5||Letter: 24 November 1947, To: Major General Daniel Noce. From: Lewis H. Weed, M.D. Radio-Reading Draft. From SCAP To: WAR(MEDDH) 15 October 1947 Letter: 26 October 1947. To: Commanding Officer, Chugoku Military Government Region. From: James V. Neel, M.D.; 1947/|
|6||Memorandum to: Committee on Atomic Casualties. From: Phil A. Owen, M.D. 23 December 1947; 1947.|
|Series X: Ministry of Health and Welfare. Japanese Government; 1946-1958|
|9||7||A Brief Report on Public Health Administration in Japan 1956. 1 September 1956; 1956.|
|Series XI: ABCC Correspondence and Reports 1947-1961.|
|9||8||Letter: Grant Taylor to Carl Tessmer. 24 November 1952; 1952.|
|9||Letter: Grant Taylor to Carl Tessmer 31 March 1953 and Symposium Brochure; 1953.|
|10||Inter-Office Memorandum To: Dr. Taylor From: Dr. Sutow February 22, 1952; 1952.|
|11||Interim Report No. 7 covering the period 30 April to 7 May 1947; 1947.|
|12||Interim Report No. 11 covering the period of 7 June to 17 July 1947; 1947.|
|13||Interim Report No. 12 covering the period 18 July to 18 August 1947; 1947.|
|14||Letters. Subject: Continued Support of the ABCC; 1946-1947.|
|15||Correspondence. General Headquarters Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. ABCC October 1947; 1947.|
|16||Correspondence. General Headquarters Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. ABCC October 1947; 1947.|
|17||Correspondence. General Headquarters Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. ABCC September-November 1947; 1947.|
|18||Correspondence. General Headquarters. Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. ABCC November 1947; 1947.|
|19||Correspondence. General Headquarters Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. ABCC November 1947; 1947.|
|20||Correspondence. General Headquarters Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. ABCC November 1947; 1947.|
|21||Correspondence. General Headquarters Supreme Commander for Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. ABCC November 1947; 1947.|
|22||Correspondence. General Headquarters Supreme Commander for Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. ABCC December 1947; 1947.|
|23||Correspondence. General Headquarters Supreme Commander for Allied Powers. Public Health and Welfare Section. ABCC Decsmber 1947; 1947.|
|24||Correspondence. ABCC c/o Chogoku Militray Government Region APO 317 November-December 1947; 1947.|
|25||Correspondence. ABCC c/o Chugoku Military Government Region APO 317 December 1947; 1947;|
|26||Correspondence. ABCC c/o Chugoku Military Government Region APO 317 December 1947; 1947|
|27||Annual Progress Report. Army Medical Research Laboratory 1 July 1953 to 1 July 1954; 1953-1954.|
|28||Annual Report 1950; 1950.|
|29||Appendices 1-19 to Special Report of the ABCC December 1949 (includes Blue Prints, Maps, Japanese and Press Releases, List of Japanese Consultants); 1949.|
|10||30||Appendices 20-26 to Special Report of the ABCC (December 1949); 1949.|
|31||General Report. ABCC January 1947 and 4 pages of handwritten notes by Carl F. Tessmer at a meeting in NRC before association with ABCC; 1947.|
|32||Special Report of the ABCC (December 1949)(Includes Staff Operating Channels open to ABCC, Organization and Functional Charts); 1949.|
|33||Standing Operating Procedure (November 1961) Medical General Laboratory (406) US Army Medical Command, Japan; 1961.|
|34||Concerning the Study of the Genetic Effects of the Atomic Bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki: James V. Neel 10 June 1947(Stamped “Not for Publication”); 1947.|
|35||Clinical Investigation of Atomic with Particular Reference to Hematology. By John S. Lawrence. The Study of the Surgical Aspect of Atomic Bomb Casualties by Herman E. Pearse. First Report by Special Consultants – Summary Report by Special Consultants, 1947. Additional report by Special Consultants; 1947.|
|36||Concerning the Study of the Genetic Effects of the Atomic Bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and Interim Report No. 5 covering the period 14 March 1947 through 13 Aapril 1947; 1947.|
|37||The Effect of Christianity on Consanguinity in Nagasaki, Japan. By William J. Schull; n. d.|
|38||Fact Book February 1959; 1959|
|39||Hematological, Statistical and Genetic Study of Ovalocytosis. By Fujii, T., Tsuchitori, K., Oishi, M. June 30, 1953; 1953.|
|40||Leukemia in Hiroshima, March 1959; 1959.|
|41||Medical Survey of Atomic Bomb Casualties. Raisuke Shirabe; n. d.|
|42||Physical and Medical Effects of the Atomic Bomb in Hiroshima. By The Hiroshima Research Group of Atomic Bomb Casualty August 1958; 1958.|
|43||Present status of the Leukemia Survey. (Typed on top “This Report is not for Publication”); n. d.|
|44||A preliminary report of observations of burn scars sustained by Atomic Bomb survivors. By Melvin A. Block; n. d.|
|45||Letter – John J. Lentz, Jr. from William Walter Greulich. October 7, 1947 and Report on Preliminary Study of Japanese Children at Kure, Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Sasebo. 1947.|
|46||Scars Remaining in Atomic Bomb Survivors ( A Four Year Follow-up Study) Werner Wells, M.D. and Neal Tsukifuji, M.D. Includes: Letter – Wells to Tessmer, 2 April 1952; Carbon of Paper; set of photographs; 1952.|
|47||Scope November 17, 1950; 1950.|
|48||The Weltmann Serum Coagulation Reaction in Japanese Exposed to Atomic Bomb Radiation in Hiroshima as Compared to Control Cases in Hiroshima and Kure. Submitted by: Robert F. Poole, Jr., M.D. 20 July 1951; 1951.|
|Series XII: Cultural and Historical Publications in Japan; 1947-1950.|
|11||1||Colorful Japan (Tourist Guide); n. d.|
|2||Hiroshima. December 1,1948(Stamped by Hiroshima Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Committee); 1948.|
|3||Hiroshima. Published by Hiroshima Publishing Company n. d.|
|4||Hiroshima Photograph October 1, 1949 by the Hiroshima Peace Society; 1949.|
|5||Hiroshima No. 1(Postcards of Damage. Folder has map and data on A-bombing. Written in Japanese and English) 8 Postcards in a set; n. d.|
|6||Chugoku District No. 2 Issued by Hiroshima Railway Division. Postcards – 5 in a set(2 sets);|
|7||Hiroshima Yesterday and Today. Hiroshima Division, J. G. R. Printed in Occupied Japan; n. d.|
|8||Visitors Guide to Hiroshima City Atomic Bomb Relics; 1949;|
|9||Dawn of MRA in Nagasaki; 1950.|
|10||Nikko Toshogu Shrine (Written in Japanese and English; n. d.|
|11||Nikko Toshogu Shrine. Author and Editor Teizo Morimot. (Written in Japanese and English); 1947.|
|Series XIII: Maps;1945-1948. 1947-1950.|
|11||12||Suburban Areas and Tokyo. U.S. Army Map Service, Far East(DN) 3/59 30 M. Scale 1:60,000 (Includes maps of military bases) (folded); n. d.|
|13||City Map Central Tokyo. June 1948. Scale: 1-25,0000. Prepared under the direction of the Engineer, GHQ by the 64th Engineer Base Topographic Batallion. Compiled in 1948 from aerial photography by USAF 1947. “This MAP has been prepared especially for dependents and allied Military Forces stationed in Tokyo” Introduction to the Tokyo Map. (purple ink on title page); 1948.|
|14||Map of Nagasaki. Nagasaki Prefecture, Kyushu, Japan . Preliminary Uncorrected Edition. RESTRICTED. For use for AAF Air Objective Folder, Sasebo 90, 36. Reproduced by 671st Engr. TOPO. Co. August 1945. Sixth Army Town Plan No. 62 (folded); 1945.|
|15||Map of Hiroshima, 1947. Japan Travel Bureau. Hiroshima. (Color Map, 2 copies, legend in English and Japanese) (folded); 1947.|
|16||Map of Honshu. Black and white map. Printed in Japanese, “Notes” handwritten in colored ink – roads noted and cities recorded in English (folded); n. d.|
|Series XIV: Communications; 1949.|
|11||17||Japanese Telegraphs; n. d.|
|18||Opening address. Mr. Fujino, Chairman Hiroshima Rotary Club. September 27, 1949; 1949.|
|19||Program of the Day. Hiroshima Rotary Club. September 27, 1949; 1949.|
|20||Rotary Song. (Score and lyrics. Printed in Japanese and English); n. d.|
|Series XV: Artifacts; circa 1949.|
|11||21||Plastic box from Clay-Adams, Inc. Inside the box is 1 ABCC pn- black background, circular. Printed in gold is ABCC and the symbol of Aesculapius (serpent wrapped around the staff or wand of Aesculapius) On the back pat. Nos. 238412, 230412. Also 1 attachment piece from the Rotary International Wheel logo and the words Rotary International printed in the blue circle that was given to Dr. Tessmer by the Hiroshima City Rotary; undated|
|Series XVI: National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council; 1947-1958.|
|13||1||NAS and NRC Advisory Committee on the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Twenty-third Meeting, 5 January 1957; 1957.|
|2||Memorandaum. 24 January 1956. From: Dr. Robert W. Miller; 1956.|
|3||Second Conference on Radiation Cataracts under the auspices of the NRC Division of Medical Sciences for the USAEC. Abstracts of Papers. December 8, 1950; 1950.|
|4||NAS-NRC Committee on Atomic Casualty.Twenty-second Meeting, 13 March 1956; 1956.|
|5||NAS-NRC Advisory Committee on the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Twenty-third Meeting, 5 January 1957; 1957.|
|6||IBM Card Count, Microfilm and Material Received; 1956.|
|7||NRC Committee on Atomic Casualties. Fourteenth Meeting 21 November 1951; 1951.|
|8||NRC Committee on Atomic Casualties. Seventeenth Meeting, 21 February 1953; 1953.|
|9||The Unified Study Program proposed for the Adoption by the ABCC and approved in principle by an ad hoc Conference called by the NAS-NRC, November 27,1955; 1955.|
|10||NAS-NRC Advisory Commission on Atomic Casualties, Twenty-fifth Meeting, 27 March 1955 and handwritten notes; 1955|
|11||NRC Committee on Atomic Casualties, Eight Meeting, 20 April 1948; 1948.|
|12||NAS-NRC Committee on Atomic Casualties, Twenty-first Meeting, 26 February 1955; 1955.|
|13||NAS-NRC Committee on Atomic Casualties. Twentieth Meeting, 30 October 1954; 1954.|
|14||NAS-NRC Committee on Atomic Casualties. Nineteenth Meeting, 3 April 1964; 1954.|
|15||NRC. Committee on Atomic Casualties, Eighteenth Meeting, 13, September, 1953; 1953.|
|16||Committee report on visit to Hiroshima and Nagasaki; undated|
|17||Provisional analysis of Tumor Registry Data. Morihiro Ishida, May 21, 1958; 1958.|
|18||NAS-NRC Conference to review Consultant-Committee Report on the Proposed ABCC Aging Program, 5 September 1958; 1958.|
|19||Leukemia in survivors of the Atomic Bombing in Hiroshima by Robert M. Hupsel, M.D. and Lowell A. Woodbury, Ph.D.; undated|
|20||Concerning the Study of the Genetic Effects of the Atomic Bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki by James V, Neel, 10 June 1947; 1947.|
|21||Office Memorandum, To: Dr. John C. Bugher. From Merril Eisenbud. Visit to ABCC November 8-13, 1954. Date of memo: December 21, 1954; 1954.|
|22||Memorandum to: Dr. R. Keith Cannan. From: Seymour Jablon and Felix E. Moore. Subject: Review of the United Program, March-April 1957. Date of Memo: 1, May 1957;|
|Series XVII: ABCC Publications; 1951-1995.|
|14||–||The Radiation Effects Research Foundation; a brief description; 1985.|
|–||Hematology Laboratory Methods; Norma Bishop, Kelichi, Oki and Richard K. Blaisdell, M.D.; undated|
|–||Fact Book: tabular and graphic presentation of ABCC Research Findings (Technical Report Series); undated|
|–||ABCC Publication Manual: 1. Procedures 2. Style Guide (supercedes Technical Report 19-59); undated|
|–||ABCC-JNIH Pathology Studies, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Procedures; undated|
|–||Department of Radiology Organization and Operational Procedures, Hiroshima and Nagasaki(approved March 31, 1975); 1975.|
|–||Research Activity Guidelines; RERF Manual 1-78(approved January 18, 1978); 1978.|
|–||Procedures for writing and processing RERF Scientific Documents: Publication Manual(approved February 9, 1982); 1982.|
|–||ABCC Research Protocols, July 1, 1971- June 30, 1972; 1972.|
|–||Operations Manual for the Detection of Leukemia and related disorders, Hiroshima and Nagasaki; Joseph L. Belsky, M.D., Toranosuke Ishimaru, M.D., M.P.H., Michito Ichimaru, M.D., Arthur Steer, M.D., Haruto Uchino, M.D.(approved April 13, 1972); 1972.|
|–||Symposium of Exposed Survivors, Hiroshima Communications Hospital March 28, 1952; 1952.|
|–||Studies on Skeletal Development in Japanese Children: Roentgenographic indicators of maturity in bones of the foot, ankle, knee and elbow areas. Yasushi Takahaschi, M.D.; 1956.|
|–||Clinical Symposia, vol. 16(1) Janauary-February, March 1962(Survival in Nuclear Warfare); 1962.|
|1||Newsletter-RERF: July, October,November,December 1988; January-February 1989; 1988-1989.|
|2||RERF Update: News and Reviews from the US-Japan, vol. 1(1) Spring 1989; 1989.|
|15||–||ABCC Semi-annual Report, Part 1 : Research, January 1, 1952 thru June 30, 1952; 1952.|
|–||ABCC Semi-annual Report, Part 2: Administration, July 1, 1952 thru December 31, 1952; 1952.|
|–||ABCC Semi-annual Report, Part 1: Research, July 1, 1952 thru December 31, 1952; 1952.|
|–||ABCC Semi-annual Report, Part 1: Research, July 1 thru December 1955; 1955.|
|–||ABCC Semi-annual Report, Part 1: Research, covering period January 1,1954 thru June 30, 1954; 1954.|
|–||ABCC Semi-annual Report, Part 1: Research, January 1 thru June 30, 1957; 1957.|
|–||Interim Report, Part 1: Research, January 1 thru June 1951; 1951.|
|–||ABCC Abstracts from the Semi-annual Reports (on The Ophthalmological Study) July1, 1952 thru December 31, 1952; 1952.|
|–||Estimated Budget – Fiscal Year 1965, July 1,1964 thru June 30, 1965: Program Components; 1965.|
|–||ABCC Annual Report; July 1,1974-March 31, 1975; 1974-1975|
|–||ABCC General Report on the ABCC-JNIH Joint Research Program 1947-1975; 1947-1975.|
|16||–||ABCC Annual Report July 1, 1957-June 30, 1958; 1957-1958.|
|–||ABCC Annual Report, July 1, 1958-June 30, 1959; 1958-1959.|
|–||ABCC Annual Report, July 1, 1959-June 30,1960; 1959-1960.|
|–||ABCC Annual Report, July 1, 1960-June 30, 1961; 1960-1961.|
|–||ABCC Annual Report, July 1, 1961-June 30, 1962; 1961-1962.|
|–||ABCC Annual Report, July 1, 1962-June 30,1963; 1962-1963.|
|–||ABCC Annual Report, July 1,1963-June 30,1964; 1963-1964.|
|–||ABCC Annual Report, July 1, 1964-June 30, 1965; 1964-1965;|
|–||ABCC Annual Report, July 1, 1965-June 30, 1966; 1965-1966.|
|–||ABCC Annual Report, July 1, 1966-June 30,1967; 1966-1967.|
|17||–||RERF Annual Report, April 1, 1989-March 31, 1990; 1989-1990|
|–||RERF Annual Report, April 1, 1990-March 31, 1991; 1990-1991.|
|–||RERF Annual Report, 1 April 1992-March 31, 1993; 1992-1993|
|–||RERF Annual Report, April 1, 1993-March 1, 1994; 1993-1994;|
|–||RERF Annual Report, April 1, 1994-March 31, 1995; 1994-1995.|
|–||Growth and Development of Hiroshima Children Exposed to the Atomic Bomb: three-year study (1951-1953) Earle I. Reynolds, Ph.D.; 1951-1953.|
|–||Human Radiation Injury: the correlation of leukocyte depression with mortality- a re-evaluation of the early effects of the atomic bombs on the Japanese. George J. Jacobs, Ph.D., Frances X. Lynch, Eugene O. Cronkite, M.D. and Victor P. Bond, M. D.. Ph.D.; undated.|
|–||ABCC Technical Reports 1959-75; 1959-75.|
|–||RERF-ABCC Technical Reports 1959-79; 1959-1979.|
|–||RERF-ABCC Technical Reports 1959-1984; 1959-1984.|
|18||–||ABCC Technical Reports 1959-68; 1959-1968.|
|–||ABCC Technical Reports 1959-70; 1959-1970.|
|–||ABCC Technical Reports 1959-71; 1959-1971.|
|–||ABCC Technical Reports 1959-72; 1959-1972;|
|–||ABCC Technical Reports 1959-73; 1959-1973.|
|–||RERF-ABCC Technical Reports 1959-1984; 1959-1984|
|–||Bibliography of Published Papers of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission 1947-1974; 1947-1974.|
|–||Bibliography of Publications Concerning Effect of Nuclear Explosions 1945-1981; 1945-1981.|
|–||Bibliography of Publications Concerning Effect of Nuclear Explosions 1945-1960; 1945-1960.|
|–||Bibliography of Publications concerning Effect of Nuclear Explosions, 1959-1973; 1959-1973.|