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Thomas Hunt Morgan, 1945

 Thomas Hunt Morgan, 1945
Description:
Morgan, 1945. Morgan has graduated to using the binocular microscope.
Keywords:
thomas hunt morgan, binocular microscope, 1945, gallery 10
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16270. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan at Columbia, 1920
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16266. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan portrait, 1920
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16277. Biography 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866-1945)
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16268. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan at Columbia (2), 1917
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16267. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan at Columbia, 1917
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16265. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan family portrait, ca 1874
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16212. Gallery 6: Hugo de Vries and Thomas Hunt Morgan
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16298. Biography 11: Calvin Blackman Bridges (1889-1938)
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16146. Gallery 1: Thomas Hunt Morgan and daughters, 1920
Thomas Hunt Morgan (1933 winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine for his work on the chromosomal theory of inheritance), with his daughters, Isabel (left) and Lilian (right), 1920.
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