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Ken Follett Papers: Boxes 144-151 - Whiteout

Materials related to the author Ken Follett. Guide author: Thomas Zantow

Quick Facts

Called “Snowfall” in outline notes in December 2002.

Called “Whiteout” by 1st draft outline in February 2003.

Published in October 2004 by Macmillan, London

Published in Danish as Sneet Inde by J.W. Cappelens Forlag

Published in French as Peur Blanche by Robert Laffont

Published in German as Eisfieber by Lübbe

Published in Italian as Nel bianco by Mondadori

Published in Norwegian as Hvitt på Hvitt by Cappelen

Published in Spanish as En el blanco by Grijalbo

Inventory

World Without End

WHITEOUT
Box 144 - 145 - 146 - 147 - 148 - 149 - 150 - 151
Box 144
(1) Timeline / Handwritten n.d. 1p.
(2) Amalgamated Notes on B Draft n.d. 40pp.
(3) Exterior Photographs of Sites n.d. 8pp.
Some photographs are interfiled within the chapter file folders. Every file folder (except #53) contains handwritten/edited pages.
(4) Chapter #1: Pages 3-21 n.d. 38pp.
(5) Chapter #2: Pages 22-30 n.d. 15pp.
(6) Chapter #3: Pages 31-41 n.d. 39pp.
(7) Chapter #4: Pages 42-48 n.d. 8pp.
(8) Chapter #5: Pages 49-55 n.d. 11pp.
(9) Chapter #6: Pages 56-62 n.d. 10pp
(10) Chapter #7: Pages 63-70 n.d. 11pp.
(11) Chapter #8: Pages 71-81 n.d. 19pp.
(12) Chapter #9: Pages 82-90 n.d. 16pp.
(13) Chapter #10: Pages 91-101 n.d. 15pp.
(14) Chapter #11: Pages 102-109 n.d. 12pp.
(15) Correspondence from Greig Stewart to Follett: Whiteout and ‘Home’ Page 28 January 2004 1p.
(16) Chapter #12: Pages 110-115 n.d. 9pp.
(17) Chapter #13: Pages 116-124 n.d. 13pp.
Box145
Some photographs are interfiled within the chapter file folders. Every file folder (except #53) contains handwritten/edited pages.
(18) Chapter #14: Pages 134-138 n.d. 7pp.
(19) Chapter #15: Pages 139-145 n.d. 12pp.
(20) Chapter #16: Pages 146-154 n.d. 12pp.
(21) Chapter #17: Pages 155-160 n.d. 7pp.
(22) Chapter #18: Pages 161-168 n.d. 14pp.
(23) Chapter #19: Pages 169- 174 n.d. 9pp.
(24) Chapter #20: Pages 176-189 n.d. 24pp.
(25) Chapter #21: Pages 190-193 n.d. 6pp.
(26) Chapter #22: Pages 194-205 n.d. 20pp.
(27) Chapter #23: Pages 206-209 n.d. 5pp.
(28) Chapter #24: Pages 210-214 n.d. 4pp.
(29) Chapter #25: Pages 215-218 n.d. 7pp.
(30) Chapter #26: Pages 219-221 n.d. 6pp.
(31) Chapter #27: Pages 222-227 n.d. 10pp.
(32) Chapter #28: Pages 228-234 n.d. 10pp.
(33) Chapter #29: Pages 235-241 n.d. 9pp.
(34) Chapter #30: Pages 242-248 n.d. 13pp.
(35) Chapter #31: Pages 249-254 n.d. 8pp.
(36) Chapter #32: Pages 255-262 n.d. 11pp.
Box 146
Some photographs are interfiled within the chapter file folders. Every file folder (except #53) contains handwritten/edited pages.
(37) Chapter #33: Pages 263-271 n.d. 13pp.
(38) Chapter #34: Pages 272-279 n.d. 10pp.
(39) Chapter #35: Pages 280-289 n.d. 13pp.
(40) Chapter #36: Pages 290-298 n.d. 10pp.
(41) Chapter #37: Pages 299-308 n.d. 13pp.
(42) Chapter #38: Pages 309-314 n.d. 8pp.
(43) Chapter #39: Pages 315-321 n.d. 11pp.
(44) Chapter #40: Pages 322-328 n.d. 12pp.
(45) Chapter #41: Pages 329-341 n.d. 18pp.
(46) Chapter #42: Pages 342-351 n.d. 15pp.
(47) Chapter #43: Pages 352-357 n.d. 7pp.
(48) Chapter #44: Pages 358-364 n.d. 10pp.
(49) Chapter #45: Pages 365-373 n.d. 11pp.
(50) Chapter #46: Pages 374-379 n.d. 8pp.
(51) Chapter #47: Pages 380-385 n.d. 9pp.
(52) Chapter #48: Pages 386-392 n.d. 12pp.
(53) Chapter #49: Pages 392-400 n.d. 10pp.

Box 147

World Without End

WHITEOUT
Box 144 - 145 - 146 - 147 - 148 - 149 - 150 - 151
The following material accessioned 12/18/2009
Box147
(54) Outline notes and correspondence
Outline notes 1: Snowfall 17 December 2002 6 pp.
Outline: 1st draft 4 February 2003 12 pp.
Outline: 1st draft with handwritten comments 5 February 2003 12 pp.
Outline 1 - Phyllis Grann notes 6 February 2003 1 p.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on outline 6 February 2003 1 p.
Correspondence from Follett to Leslie Gelbman with Gelbman’s reply: ­ Comments on outline 6 February 2003 1 p.
Correspondence from Amy Berkower to Follett: ­Comments on outline 6 February 2003 1 p.
Correspondence from Neil Nyren to Follett: Comments on outline n.d. 1 p.
Summary of comments on outline 1 n.d. 1 p.
Correspondence from Kim Turner to Follett: Comments on outline 10 February 2003 1 p.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on outline 10 February 2003 4 pp.
Correspondence from Imogen Taylor to Follett: Comments on first outline 11 February 2003 1 p.
Notes on 1st draft outline n.d. 4 pp.
Outline 20 March 2003 5 pp.
Outline-2nd draft n.d. 26 pp.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on New Outline 6 May 2003 5 pp.
Outline: 3rd draft 26 May 2003 24 pp.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on outline 29 May 20003 2 pp.
Handwritten notes/outline n.d. 5 pp.
Outline n.d. 4 pp.
Outline: Security and Biosecurity n.d. 3 pp.
Photocopy of police directory n.d. 1 p.
3rd draft outline-with notes 2 June 2003 31 pp.
(55) 1st draft n.d. 138 pp.
(56) Notes and correspondence
Copy editor’s queries n.d. 5pp.
Handwritten note n.d. 1 p.
Rewrite plan n.d. 1 p.
Correspondence from Leslie Gelbman to Follett with Follett’s response: Comments on draft 1 January 2004 1 p.
EF notes on 1st draft n.d. 1 p.
AZ notes on 1st draft n.d. 1 p.
Emanuele’s notes on first draft n.d. 4 pp.
Correspondence from Neil Nyren to Follett: Comments on draft 24 December 2003 2 pp.
Correspondence from Phyllis Grann to Follett: ­Comments on draft 5 January 2004 1 p.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on draft 6 January 2004 3 pp.
Correspondence from Karen Studsrud to Follett: Comments on draft 8 January 2004 2 pp.
Correspondence from Imogen Taylor to Follett: Comments on draft 9 January 2004 5 pp.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on draft 9 January 2004 1 p.
Sandy Ellis: Comments on draft n.d. 11 pp.
Correspondence from Amy Berkower to Follett: Publicity and Comments on draft 9 January 2004 1 p.
Correspondence from Jann Turner to Follett: Comments on first draft 13 January 2004 2 pp.
“West coast of Scotland” 21 January 2004 1 p.
Stirling police interview with ACC Norma Graham and Superintendent Andy Barker 21 January 2004 2 pp.
Correspondence from Daniel Starer to Follett: BSL4 facility visit 22 January 2004 3 pp.
From George Korch: Working in a BSL-4 facility 26 January 2004 4 pp.
Rewrite plan n.d. 1 p.
Correspondence from Neil Nyren to Follett with Follett’s response: Comments on draft 1 April 2004 2 pp.
Correspondence from Leslie Gelbman to Follett with Follett’s response: Comments on draft 1 April 2004 1 p.
Correspondence from Amy Berkower to Follett: Comments on draft 7 April 2004 1 p.
Correspondence from Al Zuckerman to Follett: Comments on draft 6 April 2004 5 pp.
Correspondence from Barbara Follett to Follett: Comments on draft 20 April 2004 3 pp.
Barbara Follett’s notes on first draft n.d. 2 pp.
Amalgamated notes on B draft 26 January 2004 40 pp.
Comments on draft n.d. 6 pp.
(57) Research on viral illness: Biosafety and Emerging Infections: Key Issues in the Prevention and Control of Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers 19 June 2003 14 pp.

Boxes 148-151

World Without End

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Box 144 - 145 - 146 - 147 - 148 - 149 - 150 - 151
Box 148
(58) Research and Correspondence: Security
Correspondence from Daniel Starer to Follett: ­Security finalists 27 June 2003 2 pp.
Mike Bluestone Curriculum Vitae n.d. 2 pp.
Global Design Consulting Ltd. Company information n.d. 8 pp.
Keith M. Crowdy Curriculum Vitae with attached personal letter 6 July 2003 5 pp.
(59) Research and Correspondence: Security
Interview with Mike Bluestone 15 July 2003 2 pp.
Business card: Mike Bluestone n.d.
Mike Bluestone Curriculum Vitae n.d. 2 pp.
BSB Group company pamphlet n.d. 5 pp.
(60) Research and Correspondence: Security
Interview with Keith Crowdy, security consultant 9 July 2003 3 pp.
Handwritten notes n.d. 2 pp.
Article from Cyberpunks.org: “Fingerprint security easily fooled.” 17 May 2002 2 pp.
Article from cctv.com: “Comparison Chart: Speedlan Vs Cisco’s Ai.” 7 August 2003 2 pp.
Keith M. Crowdy Curriculum Vitae
6 July 2003 3 pp.
Keith M. Crowdy personal letter attached to Curriculum Vitae 6 July 2003 3 pp.
(61) Research: Security
Security Management: “Understanding central station design.” July 1998 8 pp.
Security Management: “Alarm design that rings true…” 1 April 2003 5 pp.
Office of Health and Safety: “Laboratory Security and Emergency Response Guidance for Laboratories Working with Select Agents.” 22 May 2003 8 pp.
(62) Research: Security
Business & Company Resource Center: “Experts ask: do you have a false sense of security?” November 2002 4 pp.
Security Management: “Framing an Alarm Design.” January 2000 6 pp.
(63) Research: Security
EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance: “Facility Security: Access Systems.” May 2000 6 pp.
EC&M Electrical Construction& Maintenance: “Facility Security: Intrusion Systems.” July 2000 5 pp.
Security Management: “Raising the Ramparts.” October 1996 5 pp.
(64) Research: Security
Security Management: “Lock in a good key policy.” August 1998 7 pp.
Security Management: “How Smart is Your Setup?” March 2000 4 pp.
IEEE Spectrum: “Smart Cards, Widely Used in Europe, Migrate to United States.” March 2002 2 pp.
(65) Research: Security
Security Management: “Macro securities for microprocessors.” October 1998 7 pp.
Security Management: “Getting a lock on key control.” April 1995 6 pp.
Security Management: “Rising High with Security.” October 1993 4 pp.
(66) Research: Security
Museum Security Network: “Re: Burglars steal artifacts.” 3 September 2000 2 pp.
usnews.com: “Crossed signals: the wireless threat to our electronic infrastructure.” 16 December 2002 4 pp.
NEC Research and Development: “Biometric Personal Identification Technology and Its Applications.” January 2002 8 pp.
(67) Research: Security
New Electronics: “Beating gummy fingers: How hard is it to ‘spoof’ biometric security systems.” 26 November 2002 3 pp.
Journal of Hazardous Materials: “Good and bad examples of siting and building biosafety level 4 laboratories: a study of Winnipeg, Galveston and Etobicoke.” (abstract only) July 2002 1 p.
University of the Sciences in Philidelphia: “Recommended Biosafety Levels for Infectious Agents and Infected Animals.” (webpage) 30 May 2003 3 pp.
(68) Research: Security
Webpage printouts of assorted videos, books, and lock-picking devices 29 April 2003 - 30 May 2003 12 pp.
Amazon.com: Editorial Review for “Biohazard: the Chilling True Story of the Largest Covert Biological Weapons Program in the World…” 17 June 2003 3 pp.
Amazon.com: Editorial Review for “Virus Ground Zero” 17 June 2003 3 pp.
Correspondence from Follett to Keith Crowdy and Crowdy’s response: Biometrics 26 September 2003 2 pp.
(69) Research: Fingerprint, Hand, and Vein Biometrics
findbiometrics.com: “About Fingerprint Scanning.” 2 May 2003 2 pp.
findbiometrics.com:“Fingerprint Identification - What You Need to Know.” 2 May 2003 3 pp.
findbiometrics.com: “Understanding Hand Scanning.” 2 May 2003 3 pp.
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence: “Biometric Identification through Hand Geometry Measurements.” October 2000 4 pp.
Applied Optics: “Near-infrared finger vein patters for personal identification.” December 2002 8 pp.
(70) Research: Iris Scanning Biometrics
findbiometrics.com: “Understanding Iris Recognition.” 2 May 2003 2 pp.
findbiometrics.com: “What is Iris Recognition.” 2 May 2003 2 pp.
Associated Press: “Airport tests out new iris-scanning technology.” 29 November 2002 2 pp.
Proceedings of the IEEE: “Iris Recognition: An Emerging Biometric Technology.” September 1997 16 pp.
EWeek Labs: “An Eye on Biometrics.” 19 November 2001 2 pp.
New York Times: “A Scanner Skips the ID Card and Zeroes In on the Iris.” 15 May 2003 1 p.
New Scientist: “Unmistakable.” 11 August 2001 2 pp.
(71) Research: Voice Biometrics
findbiometrics.com: “Understanding Voice Recognition.” 24 May 2003 1 p.
Communications of the ACM: “Voice Biometrics.” September 2000 11 pp.
(72) Research: Smart Card Biometrics
Smart Card Alliance: “Smart Cards and Biometrics White Paper: Frequently Asked Questions.” May 2002 7 pp.
findbiometrics.com: “Smart Card Use as ID Credentials and Transit Fare Cards Growing.” 24 May 2003 3 pp.
(73) Research: Signature Biometrics
findbiometrics.com: “Understanding Signature Verification.” 2 May 2003 3 pp.
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence: “Visual Identification by Signature Tracking.” February 2003 18 pp.
(74) Research: Facial Recognition Biometrics
findbiometrics.com: “Personalizing Smart Environments: Face Recognition for Human Interaction.” 2 May 2003 3 pp.
findbiometrics.com: “Q&A on Facial Recognition.” 2 May 2003 4 pp.
EDN: “Friend or foe: Face recognition goes to war.” 20 December 2001 4 pp.
IEEE Intelligent Systems: “Argus: The Digital Doorman.” March/April 2001 6 pp.
(75) Research: Various and Miscellaneous Biometric Technologies
findbiometrics.com: “Understanding Multimodal Biometrics Systems.” 2 May 2003 1 p.
Military & Aerospace Electronics: “U.S. Military looks to biometrics for security.” 2 December 2002 10 pp.
Newsbytes News Network: “Military, Private Sector Rush to Adopt High-Tech Security Technology.” 24 September 2002 4 pp.
Computer: “An Introduction to Evaluating Biometric Systems.” February 2000 8 pp.
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications: “Graphics and Security: Exploring Visual Biometrics.” July/August 2002 6 pp.
Dr. Dobb’s Journal: “Biometric Security.” November 2001 3 pp.
IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement: “ECG Analysis: A New Approach in Human Identification.” 3 June 2001 5 pp.
(76) Research: Defeating Biometric Technology
The Register: “Gummi bears defeat fingerprint sensors.” 3 April 2003 2 pp.
Focus: “Fooling Big Brother is easier than advertised.” 15 May 2003 2 pp.
Network World: “Is biometrics ready to bust out? NETWORK SECURITY: Update on biometrics.” 7 October 2002 3 pp.
PC World: “Biometrics not ready for prime time.” 1 December 2002 1 p.
PR Newswire: “SecuGen Announces New Technology to Detect Spoofing of Fingerprint Biometric Systems.” 30 May 2002 2 pp.
PC World: “Biometric Security Barely Skin-Deep…” 1 August 2002 2 pp.
KRTBN Knight-Ridder Tribune Business News: “Biometrics Rapidly Evolve as Technological Means to Identify People.” 15 November 2001 3 pp.
Network Computing Asian Edition: “Fooling biometrics.” 1 September 2002 2 pp.
Economist: “Biometric fact and fiction.” 26 October 2002 2 pp.
Boardwatch Magazine: “Secrets and Lies and the New AES Standard.” December 2000 2 pp.
www.seifried.org: “Biometric authentication.” 1 May 2003 3 pp.
Business 2.0: “On the Pulse of Biometric Security.” 27 February 2003 2 pp.
The Express on Sunday: “Foolproof fingerprints on ID cars? You just need chewy sweets to trick security.” 7 July 2002 2 pp.
MIT Technology Review: “Technology Review - Skin Chips.” 8 August 2002 2 pp.
e-Business Advisor: “Digital dangers: do biometric solutions offer a false sense of security.” 1 September 2002 3 pp.
(77) Research: Biosecurity
Correspondence from Daniel Starer to Follett: Enclosed items regarding BSL4 labs 24 February 2004 1 p.
Chemturion Owners Manual with attached information about ILC Dover Chemturion suit and accessories 15 December 2003 22 pp.
(78) Research: Biosecurity
San Antonio Express-News: “Spacesuits for a biolab ; French company is making customized gear for S.A. scientists.” 13 December 2003 2 pp.
The Boston Globe: “At bioterror labs, a high-risk habitat.” 11 October 2003 3 pp.
hpac.com: “At Biomedical-Research Laboratory, Pressure is on for Safety and Uptime” January 2003 3 pp.
Student Xpress: “Ebola Virus I” November 1999 1 p.
Printout from sas.org: “Biosafety Level 4” 15 December 2003 5 pp.
Research from cdc.gov on Biosafety Level 4 suit 15 December 2003 4 pp.
Research on the ILC Chemturion suit 15 December 2003 3 pp.
Esmagazine.com: “Biosafety Ventilation Systems.” 31 May 2003 7 pp.
(79) Research: Biosecurity/Biosafety Labs
Correspondence between Eric Mossel and Follett: Fan mail/my virus work February 2004 3 pp.
Photographs: BSL4 - Winnipeg n.d. 4 pp.
Canadian Science Center for Human and Animal Health: Follett Tour Agenda 11 February 2004 1 p.
Correspondence from Kelly Keith to Follett: “Welcome to Winnipeg” 10 February 2004 1 p.
Canadian Science Center for Human and Animal Health Outline: Getting into BSL4 11 February 2004 2 pp.
“Science Under Class: Inside a Biosafety Level 4 Lab” n.d. 7 pp.
(80) Research: Biosecurity/Biosafety Labs
Images of VECTOR Laboratories, Novosibirsk, Russia n.d. 6 pp.
Correspondence between Neil McDonald and Keith Crowdy: Defeating a biometric system July 2003 2 pp.
Visit to Health Protection Agency virus lab at Colindale: Contains BSL4 Cabinet Lab outline and images with handwritten notes 18 July 2003 8pp.
(81) Research: Biosecurity/Biosafety Labs
Correspondence from Daniel Starer to Follett: More on labs 25 June 2003 1 p.
Research from cdc.gov on biological safety cabinets 19 June 2003 2 pp.
Primary Containment for Biohazards: Selection, Installation and Use of Biological Safety Cabinets September 2000 2 pp.
Scientific American: “A Plum of an Island.” June 2000 3 pp.
ASHRAE Journal: “Hot Zone Laboratories.” June 1999 4 pp.
ASM News: “Hot Times for Hot Labs.” November 1999 7 pp.
(82) Research: Biosecurity/Biosafety Labs
R&D Magazine: “Biosafety Analysis Takes on Added Importance.” November 2002 3 pp.
Canadian Geographic: “Into the Hot Zone.” September/October 2002 6 pp.
Science: “The Boom in Biosafety Labs.” 26 May 2000 6 pp.
Maclean’s: “The Hot Zones.” 19 December 1994 3 pp.
Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News: “New Labs for World’s Deadliest Germs Often a Hard Sell to Neighbors.” 10 February 2003 5 pp.
(83) Research: Biosecurity/Use and Care of Laboratory Animals
Correspondence from Daniel Starer to Follett: Research material 18 June 2003 1 p.
Research from nap.edu: Design and construction issues, population management, and guidelines for restraint 19 June 2003 5 pp.
Research from cdc.gov: “4th National Symposium on Biosafety.” 19 June 2003 10 pp.
(84) Reasearch: Biosecurity (with attached hand-written note stating “not useful”)
Bioterrorism Week: “CDC guidelines to help labs enforce ‘biosecurity.’” 30 December 2002 2 pp.
Newsweek: “Keeping Track of Toxins.” 23 December 2002 1 p.
Science. “Questioning CDC’s ‘Select Agent’ Criteria.” 4 January 2002 2 pp.
Medical Letter on the CDC & FDA: “Army Anthrax Lab Security Called Lax.” 20 January 2002 2 pp.
Christian Science Monitor: “Campus labs eyed after anthrax scare.” 10 December 2001 3 pp.
Texas Monthly: “Killer Bugs.” June 2001 4 pp.
Time: “A deadly virus escapes.” 5 September 1994 2 pp.
Scientific American: “Facing an Ill Wind.” April 1999 3 pp.
Bioterrorism Week: “Scientists wary of Bush pathogen science plan.” 21 April 2003 2 pp.
(85) Reasearch: Biosecurity (with attached hand-written note stating “not useful”)
Associated Press Newswires: “Scientists say federal bioweapons pus has big risk.” 31 March 2003 2 pp.
KRTBN Knight-Ridder Tribune Business News: “Security Plan for Proposed Davis, Calif., Infectious-Deseases [sic] Lab Unveiled.” 11 February 2003 2 pp.
The San Francisco Chronicle: “Bioweapons proposal worries neighbors / UC Davis seeks funds to study world’s deadliest pathogens.” 5 February 2003 3 pp.
ENR: Engineering News-Record: “High-tech Protection Moves From Lab to Marketplace.” 23 September 2002 2 pp.
Science Now: “French Biosafety Lab Chief Ousted.” 11 July 2000 2 pp.
Science: “Celebrated virus hunters set up shop in France.” 13 March 1998 3 pp.
Chemical Processing: “Designing protection systems for use in hazmat buildings.” October 1996 6 pp.
P/A: “Form Follows Safety.” November 1994 2 pp.
(86) Reasearch: Biosecurity (with attached hand-written note stating “not useful”)
HazMat Transport News: “Bioterrorism Safeguards Raise Questions About Future Research.” 1 June 1998 2 pp.
The America’s Intelligence Wire: “Germ Warfare.” 6 May 2003 9 pp.
Nature: “Pathogen threat spurs research initiatives.” 14 June 2001 2 pp.
“World’s Most Dangerous Germs, Coming to a Campus Near You?” 25 April 2003 10 pp.
“Letter from the Biosecurity Task Force.” n.d. 3 pp.
“A Summary: USDA’s Security Policies and Procedures for Biosafety Level 3 Facilities.” n.d. 5 pp.
CMAJ: The strange world inside Canada’s only level-4 containment laboratory.” 2 November 1999 2 pp.
(87) Research: World Health Organization Biosafety Manual, c.1 2003 51 pp.
(88) Research: World Health Organization Biosafety Manual, c.2 2003 51 pp.
(89) Research: Packaging and Transport
“Transportation of Hazardous Materials: Infectious, Diagnostic, Biological, & rDNA.” 22 May 2003 1 p.
“Guidelines for the Safe Transport of Infectious Substances and Diagnostic Specimens.” World Health Organization. 1997 11 pp.
HazMat Transport News: “CDC Raises Responsibility of Human-Pathogen Shippers.” 25 June 1996 2 pp.
“Packaging and Shipping of Biomedical Material.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office of Health and Safety, Biosafety Branch. 9 March 1995 3 pp.
(90) Research: Mobile Medical Isolation Team
Emerging Infectious Diseases: “Air Evacuation under High-Level Biosafety Containment: The Aeromedical Isolation Team.” April/June 1999 6 pp.
(91) Research: Sundry
Webpage printout: “snowploughs” 28 October 2003 7 pp.
“Aerosol studies” n.d. 1 p.
Box 149
(92) 3rd Draft : Part 1 ; Part 2 ; Part 3 ; Part 4 ; Part 5
29 March 2004 465 pp.
Box 150
(93) Correspondence from Phyllis Grann to Follett: “Herewith, the final fifty pages of WHITEOUT.” 15 April 2004 1 p.
(94) Portion of draft with handwritten edits. n.d. 366 pp.
Box 151
(95) Manuscript page proofs 23 June 2004 395 pp.