Black leatherette hinged case. Top lined with blue silk. Bottom lined with blue velveteen. A variety of manometers are inside, with glass bulb tops and mercury reservoirs.
01.0002.003.01 - Weskler manometer 11466 (300-350C)
01.0002.003.02 - G.M. Manufacturing Co. (Germany) manometer #6, BSN57778 (250-300C)
01.0002.003.03 - A.H.T. Co. total immersion manometer, No. 3, PTR 5688, 1935
01.0002.003.04 - Eimer & Amend manometer 3281, #5
01.0002.003.05 - Will manometer #1, 94595
01.0002.003.06 - #1 manometer (-1 to 5C)
01.0002.003.07 - Black leatherette case
|Provenance||Used in the laboratory of Dr. Claude S. Hudson (1881-1952), Chief, Division of Chemistry, National Institute of Health (NIDDK). Hudson was a renowned specialist on carbohydrate chemistry, formulating the "lactone rule" about carbohydrate molecules’ shapes, among other achievements, and mentoring many other award-winning scientists. Per conversation with Dr. Kenner Rice, 3/2001: Hudson had a student from Georgetown and as was his custom, he took the student out on the town the night before the student’s boards. The next morning the student, with hangover, was asked about Hudson’s rules. The student said that Hudson’s first rule is that "any drink with gin is a good drink." Whereupon Hudson stood up and shouted "That’s my boy!"|
Sheet 804, Frame 3-4
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NIH (National Institute of Health), Division of Chemistry
NIH; NIDDK, Laboratory of Chemistry
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Creveling, Cyrus R.
Hudson, Claude S.