Jacob Ellsworth Reighard Papers 1887-1942 1890-1920


Jacob Ellsworth Reighard Papers 1887-1942 1890-1920

The Jacob Ellsworth Reighard collection contains the papers and photographs of a noted professor of zoology, including his research, class lectures and correspondence. Jacob Reighard was responsible for the development of modern zoological teaching and research at the University of Michigan and a national leader in the field of zoology.

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SNAC Resource ID: 6389904

Bentley Historical Library

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