Theophil Mitchell Prudden papers, 1872-1925 (inclusive), 1896-1925 (bulk).

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Prudden, T. Mitchell (Theophil Mitchell), 1849-1924. Theophil Mitchell Prudden papers, 1872-1925 (inclusive), 1896-1925 (bulk).

Theophil Mitchell Prudden papers, 1872-1925 (inclusive), 1896-1925 (bulk).

Chiefly correspondence relating to medicine, public health and details on laboratory techniques at the turn of the century.

2 linear ft. (6 boxes, 1 folio)

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