Papers of George Wald, 1927-1996

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Papers of George Wald, 1927-1996

Papers of George Wald, 1927-1996

George David Wald, 1906-1997, was a Nobel Prize-winning biologist, Higgins Professor of Biology at Harvard University, and a promoter of progressive political and social causes. These papers document both his life as a scientist and his life as a social activist.

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