Papers from the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Richmond, Va. [manuscript], 1938 December 27-31.


Papers from the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Richmond, Va. [manuscript], 1938 December 27-31.

Papers consist chiefly of press releases of speeches delivered at the meeting or snynopses of speeches; a program from a meeting of the section on medical sciences; a research paper prize announcement ; an announcement of a research grant from the General Education Board to the Mountain Lake Biological Station. The collection also contains a press release from a meeting of the affiliated undergraduate fraternitity Chi Beta Phi Scientific Association, held at Randolph Macon College; and an address to the affiliated National Association of Biology Teachers.

circa 26 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 7936493

University of Virginia. Library

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