Series F410-3 - General Correspondence

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General Correspondence

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CA SCNSAB F410-F410-3

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  • 1950-2006 (Creation)

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8.7 m of textual records
10 photographs

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Custodial history

Dr. Abram Hoffer donated these records to the Saskatoon office, Saskatchewan Archives, in 5 accession between 1988 and 2006: -71 (September 15, 1988); S88-77 (October 3, 1988); S94-6 (February 10, 1994); S2003-12 (March 10, 2003); and S2006-47 (October 11, 2006).

Scope and content

This series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence with various individuals, organizations and companies. Included are physicians, scientists, pharmaceutical companies, journal editors and administrators, publishers, medical associations, research institutes, foundations, government agencies, politicians, and colleagues around the world.

These files reflect the full range of Dr. Hoffer's research and medical interests, and his involvement with numerous organizations such as the Academy of Orthomolecular Psychiatry, the Canadian Mental Health Association, the Journal of Orthomolecular Psychiatry, the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, the Journal of Schizophrenia, the Huxley Institute for Biosocial Research, the American Schizophrenia Association/Foundation, the Canadian Schizophrenia Foundation, and Schizophrenics Anonymous. Correspondence includes physicians and lay people writing for advise regarding nutrition, orthomolecular medicine, or asking for referrals to orthomolecular physicians practicing around the world.

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The records in this series are arranged in alphabetical order by surname or corporate name.

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Restrictions on access

These records are subject to access restrictions according to the terms of an agreement with the donor dated November 15, 2006. Please consult reference archivist for assistance.

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see fonds level.

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Other codes: textual: GS180 (S-A 207); S-A 1040; S-A 1095; S-A 1102

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legacy ID F410-s3

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  • English

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