A Second Look at the Double Helix

In his early-age memoir The Double Helix James Watson depicts Francis Crick and himself as the gold medalists in the race to discover the structure of DNA, glorifying the victory over Linus Pauling, downplaying the contributions of other including Erwin Chargaff, Jerry Donohue, and especially Rosalind Franklin. Whose DNA X-Ray diffraction photograph 51 was used to connect the dots. Should Watson make amends?