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Authorised form of nameKing; Harold (1887 - 1956)
SurnameKing
ForenamesHarold
Dates1887 - 1956
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Llanegan, Caernarvonshire, Wales (24 February 1887)
Death:
Wimbourne (20 February 1956)
ActivityResearch Field:
Organic chemistry, chemotherapy, pharmacology
Education:
DSc
Career:
Chemist, National Institute for Medical Research, Hampstead
Honours:
CBE 1950
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
11/05/1933
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB vol 17 pp 472-474
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1956 vol 2 pp 157-171, plate, by C R Harington
Royal Society codeNA1027
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
GLB/65/22/12Harold King, West Parley, Dorset to Brown12 June 1955
IM/002533King, Haroldnd
GLB/65/22/11Brown to Harold King, West Parley, Dorset8 June 1955
RR/67/48Referee's report by Harold King, on a paper 'Molecular structure in relation to oestrogenic activity: derivatives of 4 :4’-dihydroxydiphenylmethane' by N R Campbell9 September 1940
RR/64/4Referee's report by Harold King, on a paper 'Molecular structure in relation to oestrogenic activity. Compounds without a phenanthrene nucleus' by Edward Charles Dodds and W Lawson5 January 1938
RR/67/417Referee's report by Harold King, on a paper 'Plant pigments in the Galápagos Islands' by T W J Taylor30 April 1940
RR/70/230Referee's report by Harold King, on a paper 'Studies on the antibacterial properties of some basic derivatives of cholane and norcholane' by Maurice Stacey and M Webb to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society10 March 1947
RR/68/29Referee's report by Harold King, on a paper 'Molecular structure in relation to oestrogenic activity: polynuclear analogues of Y:d-di-(4-hydroxyphenyl)-n-hexane (‘hexoestrol’)' by N R Campbell and F W Chattaway26 September 1941
RR/68/428Letter to Arthur James Ewins, regarding a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker16 February 1945
RR/68/429Letter from Arthur James Ewins, regarding a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker20 February 1945
RR/68/425Memoranda, on a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker4 January 1945
RR/68/426Referee's report by Charles Halliley Kellaway, on a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker[1945]
RR/68/427Referee's report by Arthur James Ewins, on a paper 'Experimental chemotherapy of typhus Anti-rickettsial action of p-sulphonamidobenzamidine and related compounds' by Christopher Howard Andrewes, Harold King and James Walker[1945]
RR/70/228Referee's report by Harold King, on a paper 'Studies on the antibacterial properties of the bile acids and some compounds derived from cholanic acid' by Maurice Stacey and M Webb10 March 1947
RR/71/167Referee's report by Charles Halliley Kellaway, on a paper 'Antiplasmodial action and chemical constitution IX. Carbinolamines derived from 6:7-dimethylquinoline' by Harold King and Jean Wright[1948]
RR/70/229Letter from Harold King, on a paper 'Studies on the antibacterial properties of some basic derivatives of cholane and norcholane' by Maurice Stacey and M Webb to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society27 March 1947
RR/64/86Referee's report by Frank Lee Pyman, on two papers 'Antiplasmodial action and chemical constitution Part I. Cinchona alkaloidal derivatives and allied substances' by Arthur Cohen and Harold King, and 'Antiplasmodial action and chemical constitution Part II. Some simple synthetic analogues of quinine and cinchonine' by A D Ainley and Harold King10 December 1937
EC/1933/09King, Harold: certificate of election to the Royal Society
HD/25/21Presentation album for Henry Dale on his retirement from the National Institute for Medical Research 30 September 1942
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