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William Bateson and Wilhelm Johannsen, 1924

William Bateson and Wilhelm Johannsen, 1924
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William Bateson (right) in his garden in Merton, England with Wilhelm Johannsen, 1924.
Keywords:
wilhelm johannsen, william bateson, merton, england, 1924, gallery 5
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