Theodore Hymowitz Papers, 1788-2016 | University of Illinois Archives
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Theodore Hymowitz (1934 - ) was a professor in the Department of Crop Sciences at the University of Illinois from 1967-2004. He is internationally known for his research on guar and soybean genetics, breeding, seed development, and history.
The papers of Theodore Hymowitz consist of his correspondence, reports, research materials, publications, conference papers and programs, personal papers, and digital photographs of his research trips abroad. As of 2016, Professor Hymowitz agreed to donate his collection of research note books to the archives after completing his memoirs.
This collection is arranged into 4 series. Series 1: Personal Papers, organized chronologically; Series 2: Professional Papers, organized chronologically and alphabetically; Series 3: Publications, arranged chronologically; and Series 4: Photographs of International Research and Travel