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William Bateson at Cornell, 1921

William Bateson at Cornell, 1921
William Bateson on a visit to Cornell. Also in photo, A.H. Sturtevant, C. Bridges, and R.A. Emerson, 1921.
william bateson, sturtevant, cornell, bridges, emerson, photo, 1921, gallery 5
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