Papers read at the Ariston Club: My Most Famous Student, D. Carleton Gajdusek , 1985, 1996
File — Box: 8, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents
From the Series: This series contains papers, notes, correspondence, brochures, articles, bulletins, offprints,and presentations given by Goodwin. The presentations primarily document papers given to local New London organizations which Goodwin was member. This includes All Souls Church, the Unitarian Universalist Church that Goodwin was affiliated with for many years, and the Ariston Club, an exclusive New London society that fostered scholarly dialogue. These papers range over a variety of topics including overpopulation, local New London history, Goodwin's travels and explorations, and topics of morality and the mind. Goodwin's publication represent much of his published work from 1937 to 2003. This represents his scholarly work on experimental plant morphology, checklists, bulletins and guides produced for the Connecticut College Arboretum, as well as articles written for national organizations like the Nature Conservancy, popular magazines, and newspapers.
- 1985, 1996
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research.
From the Collection: 4.38 Linear Feet (10 Hollinger boxes and 1 half Hollinger box.)