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Title Chemical keys to an understanding of life processes
Subject Biochemistry ; Nucleic acids; Proteins
Description Twenty Second Annual Frederick William Reynolds Lecture.
Creator Smith, Emil L., 1911-
Publisher Extension Division, University of Utah
Date 1958-01-13
Date Digital 2008-05-29
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Resource Identifier http://content.lib.utah.edu/u?/reynolds,564
Source LD5526.U8 n.s. v.49 no.11
Language eng
Relation Digital reproduction of "Chemical keys to an understanding of life processes," J. Willard Marriott Library Special Collections
Rights Digital Image Copyright University of Utah
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Title Extra Introduction
Description Frederick William Reynolds was an imaginative, alert, and energetic educator. He was born and schooled in Utah. He received his master's degree from Harvard and taught there for two years. From 1902 until his death he was identified with the faculty and administration of the University of Utah. t He organized the Extension Division and was the first Director. He was closely associated with those who organized the National University Extension Association, and served as president in 1922. During World War I he was connected with the United States Bureau of Education. He was at one time president of the National Academy of Visual Education. Di rector Reynolds was founder and manager of the Utah Educational Review. He originated the annual high school day and the Boy Scout "Pow Wow." In 1913 the Utonian was dedicated to him "In recognition of his dominant influence in whatever has been best for the University and the life of its students, and in appreciation of his unfeigned endeavors to promote the 'Utah Spirit.' " Shortly after his death in 1935 his friends and admirers formed the Frederick William Reynolds Association which established in his honor the Reynolds Lectureship. SELECTION COMMITTEE, REYNOLDS ASSOCIATION Sydney W. Angleman Arthur L. Beeley Harold W. Bentley George M. Cannon Delbert M. Draper G. Homer Durham Mrs. J. G. Flandro H. Leo Marshall A. Ray Olpin Willis W. Ritter Dan B. Shields Mrs. Dan B. Shields THE FREDERICK WILLIAM REYNOLDS ASSOCIATION H. Leo Marshall, President Adamson, J. M. Angleman, Sydney W. Backman, Gus Badger, Reva Ballif, J. L., Jr. Barlow, M. C. Barnes, Royal C. Beal, Thomas A. Beeley, Arthur L. Bennett, Harold H. Bennett, John F. Bennett, Richard S. Bennett, Rose W. Bennett, Wallace F. Bennion, Milton Bennion, Samuel O. (Deseret News Publishing Co.) Bentley, Harold W. Bergstrom, Hyrum Brewer, C. P. Btundige, Mrs. D. L. Butler, Lafayette L. Cannon, Geoige M. ChambeTlin, R. V. Champ, Frederick P. Christensen, D. H. Cottam, Walter P. Cowles, LeRoy E. Crabbe, Harriet E. Draper, Delbert M. Driggs, Frank M. Early, Clyde Erickson, E. E. Fellows, George Emory Fitrpatrick, John F. (Tribune Publishing Co.) Flandro, Mrs. J. G. Folland, W. H. Fraser, Mabel Arthur L. Beeley, Treasurer Gadsby, George M. (Utah Power & Light Co.) Galligan, J. J. Gemmell, Belle A. Gibbs, George S. Gibbs, Lauren W. Gibson, J. L. Giles, James A. Goethe, C. M. Gotham, Mrs. A. J. Hampton, Robert R. Harroun, Jessie Hart, Walter Morris Hedger, George A. Hedger, Bess Hintze, F. F. Hoge, Mrs. Enos Holman, Frank E. Horsfall, I. O. Howell, B. R. Howells, Adele Cannon Hughes, Joseph Jensen, A. Ladru Jensen, John Johnson, Marian Lawson, Jane Shields LeCompte, Edward D. Lewis, B. Roland Lewis, Robert S. Marshall, H. Leo Martin, Almira M. D. McPhee, Mary Shields Moffatt, David W. Moorhead, Mary Morris, Thornton D. Moyer, James A. Moyle, Henry D. Musser, Burton W. Neff, S. B. Nelson, Esther Noall, I. S. Mrs. J. G. Flandro, Secretary Ogilvie, Orin A. Pack, Frederick J. Pickering, Mrs. Harold W. Reynolds, Mrs. F. W. Ritter, Willis W. Romney, G. O. Rosenbaum, Mrs. Edward Rosenblatt, Mollie Rosenblatt, Morris Rowe, Alice E. Runzler, W. T. Scott, Almere L. Shields, Dan B. Shields, Mrs. Dan B. Smith, Joseph F. Smith, Mrs. Joseph F. Smirh, Mary B. Stephens, Virginia Bush Thody, Louis A. Thomas, Elbert D. Thomas, Mrs. Edna Harker Thomas, George Tugman, Orin Van Cott, Mrs. Cleo G. Van Cott, Lucy M. Wahlquist, J. T. Wallace, A. C. Wallace, Elen Wallace, Mrs. George H. Wallace, Henry A. Wallace, John M. Wallace, William R. Wallace, William R., Jr. Ware, Florence Ware, Walt-r E. Ware Mrs. Waltet E. Watson, Mrs. Martha J. Widtsoe, Rose H. Winters, Elizabeth B. Young, Levi Edgar
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Source Original Manuscript: Chemical keys to an understanding of life processes by Emil L. Smith.
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Date Created 2008-07-29
Date Modified 2008-07-29
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6c8277g/319844