Endnotes

  1. Biographical File: Percy Lavon Julian, Howard University Archives, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University (hereinafter cited as "HUA Bio File"), Washington, D.C.
  2. HUA Bio File; Program, "MacMurray College International Scientific Symposium in the honour of Percy Lavon Julian, May 12-13, 1972, Jacksonville, Illinois," Howard University Archives, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University, Washington, D.C. (hereinafter cited as "MacMurray Program"); and W. Montague Cobb, "Percy Lavon Julian," Journal of the National Medical Association 63 (March 1971): 144 (hereinafter cited as "Cobb, JNMA).
  3. HUA Bio File.
  4. Ibid.
  5. Cobb, JNMA, 145.
  6. Bill McAllister, "Julian Time On Stamps," Washington Post, 29 January 1993; and HUA Bio File.
  7. Cobb, JNMA, 144; and MacMurray Program.
  8. HUA Bio File; and MacMurray Program.
  9. MacMurray Program
  10. Jean R. Hailey, "Dr. Percy Julian , Chemist, Dies," Washington Post, 22 April 1975; and MacMurray Program.
  11. HUA Bio File; and MacMurray Program.
  12. George Reasons and Sam Patrick, "They Had A Dream: Dr. Julian-Found Low-Cost Cortisone," Washington Evening Star, 13 December 1969; McAllister, "Julian Time;" and Program, "The Percy L. Julian Science and Mathematics Center, Program of Dedication, October 3, 1980, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana," Howard University Archives, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University, Washington, D.C. (hereinafter cited as "Dedication Program.")                       

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