Library honors favorite patron
At one Cornell University library, many people have fond memories of the studious professor emeritus who always sat at the back table, surrounded by books and journals on food chemistry.

Friends and colleagues of Frank A. Lee remember his reputation for being a stereotypical bookworm, often lost in his reading. He would spend such long hours at that table in the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station library that the staff had to tell the night watchman to l…

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