Laboratory stock book, 1825-1836.


Keating, William Hypolitus, 1799-1840. Laboratory stock book, 1825-1836.

Laboratory stock book, 1825-1836.

First inventory, signed by D. Haswell for Prof. Keating, is dated April 1, 1825; the second, with prices noted, is dated March 1, 1826. The third inventory is dated 1836. Leaves between 2nd and 3rd inventories contain notes by Keating, Patterson, and Bache, concerning disposition of Keating's chemical stock, 1826-1828.

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