Alexis St. Martin collection 1879 St. Martin, Alexis collection

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Alexis St. Martin collection, St. Martin, Alexis collection, 1879

Alexis St. Martin collection 1879 St. Martin, Alexis collection

This collection is made up of correspondence and newspaper clippings by or related to Alexis St. Martin, a French-Canadian man who underwent medical experimentation and observation after surviving an open stomach wound.

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