This collection contains documents from the Charles Glen King Papers housed at the US National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division.
Charles Glen King (1896-1995) was a biochemist and prominent investigator in nutrition, best known for his work with vitamin C and hexuronic acid. He was the Scientific Director of the Nutrition Foundation until 1963 and he helped to establish the recommended dietary allowances, the USDA's Plant, Soil and Nutrition Laboratory, the Food and Nutrition Board, and the International Union of Nutritional Sciences.
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