Frederick John Wulling papers 1884-1948


Frederick John Wulling papers 1884-1948

This collection contains the papers of Frederick John Wulling, pharmacist, educator and dean of the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy.

6 boxes (6.0 cubic feet)


SNAC Resource ID: 6619251

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