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George Beadle, 1914

George Beadle, 1914
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Young George Beadle (1958 winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine), with his father and sister, 1914.
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george beadle, nobel prize, gallery 1, 1914, medicine
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16367. Gallery 16: Telegram sent to Edward Tatum telling him that he, George Beadle and Joshua Lederberg will share the 1958 Nobel Pri
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16401. Gallery 18: 1958 Nobel Prize winners
1958 Nobel Prize winners: (L-R) George Beadle, Edward Tatum (Physiology or Medicine), I. Tamm (Physics), F. Sanger (Chemistry), P. Cherenkov (Physics), I. Frank (Physics), Joshua Lederberg (Physiology or Medicine).
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16409. Gallery 18: Alfred Hershey, 1969
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16400. Gallery 18: 1958 Nobel Prize Telegram
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16369. Gallery 16: Throughout his life, Beadle maintained an interest in agriculture and gardening - the farm boy Nobel Laureate.
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