Papers. 1820-1879.


Papers. 1820-1879.

Eleven A.L.S. (182?-1878, mostly from Göttingen) to various correspondents including Meyer, Oersted, and Weber, 4 A.L.S. (1856-1879) in French to various correspondents including Weber and possibly Sénarmont, one A. envelope S., one holograph leaf S.: "Sommer-Semester 1849," and one manuscript leaf: "Dr. Friedrich Wöhler" perhaps written by Dr. F. Hausmann (1852 Oct. 6, Göttingen). Topics of the letters include zirconium, Weber, Leibig, and Fremy ; in German.

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