Lucien Howe papers, 1892-1940 (inclusive),1907-1931 (bulk).


Lucien Howe papers, 1892-1940 (inclusive),1907-1931 (bulk).

Letters of thanks and congratulations to American ophthalmologist Lucien Howe.

2 boxes (.5 linear ft.)

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