[Papers on William Henry Welch] : reprints, letter. [1920 Nov. 5]-1930 Apr. 28.

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Nuttall, George Henry Falkiner, 1862-1937. [Papers on William Henry Welch] : reprints, letter.

[Papers on William Henry Welch] : reprints, letter. [1920 Nov. 5]-1930 Apr. 28.

Letter and reprints discuss honoring Dr. Welch and more specifically celebrating his 80th birthday.

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