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Myron Rosenblum papers

Identifier: 03-MWalb00399A

Scope and Contents

This collection contains materials related to the career of Myron Rosenblum (1925-2016), Professor of Chemistry at Brandeis from 1958-1997. Documents include notebooks of handwritten class notes, lab notes, award certificates, and correspondence. Also included is a copy of Rosenblum's thesis from his time at Harvard.

Professor Rosenblum received his PhD from Harvard University, working under the chemist Robert Burns Woodward. During his tenure at Brandeis, Rosenblum served as the Charles A. Breskin Professor of Chemistry and was an active researcher, even after his retirement in 1997.

Source: "In Memoriam: Faculty & Staff," Brandeis Magazine, Winter 2016/2017


  • Creation: 1950-2000

Conditions Governing Access

This collection has not yet been reviewed for access and may contain restricted materials. Please contact the University Archives & Special Collections in advance to request access.

Conditions Governing Use

Requests to reproduce or publish material from the collection should be directed to the Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis University.


4 Linear Feet (4 record center boxes)

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Custodial History

These papers were donated to the Archives in one accession by Rachel Rosenblum, widow of Myron Rosenblum, in 2017.

Processing Information

Collection was maintained in the order in which it was received by the archives.

Folder titles appear to be original to the creator.

Myron Rosenblum papers
Kate McNally
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Repository Details

Part of the Brandeis University Repository

415 South St.
Waltham MA

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