SERIES 3 - BABY TOOTH SURVEY, 1958-1974, FOLDERS
The Baby Tooth Survey series contains correspondence, subcommittee meeting minutes, newsletter, mailings, inventories, budgets, published findings and public service announcements. The series in divided into two subseries: Local Correspondence and Organizational Papers, 1958-1974, arranged chronologically (f.193-222), and Non-Local Correspondence, 1959-1974 (f.223-241), arranged alphabetically according to state and county names.
Oral History interviews with Walter Bauer, Virginia Brodine, Barry Commoner and Sheldon Novick of the CEI, conducted in 1972-1973 are located in the Oral History Project at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
Committee for Environmental Information Records, 1956-1977. State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center-St. Louis University of Missouri-St.Louis - http://www.umsl.edu/~whmc/guides/whm0069.htm
Hevesi, Dennis. Dr. Louise Reiss, Who Helped Ban Atomic Testing, Dies at 90. The New York Times, January 10, 2011.
NLM Hazardous Substances Databank – Strontium, Radioactive
The Oregon State University Libraries Special Collections: The Baby Tooth Survey. Posted on June 1, 2011.