Correspondents files under the letter K described as 'Assorted Alphabetical Files' covering KEN-KOR, 1980-1995
MS. Bodmer 166
Held in our offsite storage facility
Includes an interview with Walter Bodmer by the ESRC relating to his career and the social and cultural impact of 'new genetics'; correspondence with a letter sent to Mikhail Gorbachev relating to the release of Russian psychiatrist Anatoly Koryagin; discussion notes on meeting between Bronwen Loder and Andreas Klepsch relating to HUGO matters.
- Folder 1: Donald Kennedy, Lorna Kennedy, Sarah Kennedy, Michael Kenward, M. Kenward, Anne Kerr, Dr. David Kerr, Sir, William Kerr-Fraser, Mr. & Mrs. J. Kershaw, Professor Meil Kessel, Anna Kessling, Mr. J. A. Kettle
- Folder 2: Professor Daniel Kevles, Alex Keynan, Professor Rakhim Khaitov, Meera Khan, Dr. S. Khoury, Susan Kiddy, Dr. Susan Kiley, Prof. Kinane, Dr. Tom Kindt, David King, Dr. Ian A. King, Dr. Mary-Claire King, A. Kingsman, Judith E. Kingston, Mr. Jonathan Kipling (FCA), Dipl.-Pol. Thomas Kirbach, Dr. S. Kirkland
- Folder 3: Professor Flemming Kissmeyer-Nielson, Mr. M. Kirwin, Fjoder Kisseljov, Derrick Kleeman, Richard Klein, Andreas Klepsch, A. F. Klima, Dr. William Klitz, Peter T. Klouda, Aaron Klug, Dr. Stella Knight, John F. Knowles, Dr. J. Knowles, Professor E. G. Knox, Prof. Dr. K. L. Komarek, Leuy Kopelouich, Arthur Kornberg, Dr. Max Kornstein
- Folder 4: Pamela Knight, Paul Kiefer, Anna Kessling, Ann Keohane, M. Keogh ( =Res.)
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MS. Bodmer 166