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- Sydney Brenner Collection
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About this work
This series contains material that belonged to Francis Crick, but was stored with Sydney Brenner's papers after Crick left MRC. The material is divided into 8 subseries: Correspondence, Candidates/Recommendations, Subjects, Photographs, Writings - By Crick, Manuscripts - By Others, Reprints, and Scientific Notes. Of note is a series of correspondence between Crick and Maurice Wilkins dating from the discovery of the Double Helix structure (Correspondence subseries), and a rolled document with sketches of base pairs that contributed Crick's "wobble hypothesis" (Scientific Notes suberies).
Please note that CSHL holds copyright in writings by Brenner that are held within Brenner's archive in the CSHL Library and Archives, but does not hold copyright in Brenner's writings held outside the CSHL Library and Archives. Copyright of material created by persons other than Brenner, published or unpublished, is retained by its original author or rightsholder.
Location of duplicates
A digitised copy is held by the Wellcome Library as part of Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics.
The material is available in the Rare Materials Room subject to the usual conditions of access.Some files have access restrictions which are explained in the item-level catalogue records.