Additional papers of Ellen K. Silbergeld, 1982-2001


Additional papers of Ellen K. Silbergeld, 1982-2001

Correspondence, drafts, research notes, conference materials, publications, etc., of Ellen K. Silbergeld, environmental toxicologist and research scientist.

8 linear ft.; (20 file boxes) plus 5 audiotapes


SNAC Resource ID: 6387318

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