Papers, 1894-1961.

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Osterhout, W. J. V. (Winthrop John Van Leuven), 1871-1964. Papers, 1894-1961.

Papers, 1894-1961.

This collection contains correspondence, drafts of papers, the manuscript of an unpublished book, and photographs. Osterhout's interest in the electrophysiology of plants is documented, as well as his professional career at the University of California, Berkeley; Harvard University; and the Rockefeller Institute.

ca. 2500 items (3 linear ft.).

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