Photographs from the Harvard University Cruft Laboratory Photographic Department, ca. 1937-ca. 1959 / Armond J. Dionne, photographer.


Photographs from the Harvard University Cruft Laboratory Photographic Department, ca. 1937-ca. 1959 / Armond J. Dionne, photographer.

1.7 cubic feet in 5 boxes.


SNAC Resource ID: 8186320

Harvard University Archives.

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