Materials Documenting the Career of Dr. Maurice R. Hilleman

Materials Documenting the Career of Dr. Maurice R. Hilleman

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A group of printed materials documenting the career of Dr. Maurice R. Hilleman. Materials include: Time magazine containing article about Dr. Hilleman’s mumps vaccine; The New Yorker magazine, Dec. 8, 1997, containing special advertising feature article about Dr. Hilleman, “Celebrities of Science – People You Should Know”; Merck World, January 1992, with article and pictures regarding Colin, son of Jeryl Lynn Hilleman, receiving MMR immunization by Dr. R. Buchta; Montana Collegian magazine, issue Autumn 1968, containing article “His Work Keeps Millions Healthy”; The Merck Review, Summer 1969, article about Meruvax rubella vaccine; The Merck Review, Summer 1966, article about new Jeryl Lynn strain of mumps vaccine; Noon Extract, July 18, 1988, article about Dr. Hilleman receiving National Medal of Science from President Ronald Reagan; Medical World News, issue December 2, 1966, “Long-Acting Mumps Shot Forecast for 1967”; The Daily, issue December 17, 1991, newsletter for Merck employees, contains article and pictures regarding Colin, son of Jeryl Lynn Hilleman, receiving MMR immunization by Dr. R. Buchta; The Daily, issue January 13, 2000, newsletter for Merck employees containing article “Merck Medical Advances preserved in National Time Capsule”; Scientific American magazine, issue 1997, containing article “The Induction of Interferon,” authored by Hilleman and Tytell. Supplemental materials, such as photocopied articles from magazine publications, are also included.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
published materials
date made
ca 1960s - 1990s
place made
United States: Pennsylvania, West Point
Measurements
overall, materials, as stored: 11 1/2 in x 8 1/2 in x 1 in; 29.21 cm x 21.59 cm x 2.54 cm
ID Number
2017.3081.14
catalog number
2017.3081.14
nonaccession number
2017.3081
Credit Line
Gift of the Hilleman Family: Lorraine W. Hilleman, Jeryl Lynn Hilleman, and Kirsten Jeanne Hilleman
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National Museum of American History
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