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Gallery 20: Harry Rubin, Max Delbrück, Rene Cohen, Matt Meselson, and Frank Stahl

Gallery 20:  Harry Rubin, Max Delbrück, Rene Cohen, Matt Meselson, and Frank Stahl
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The annual "degree granting" party of Max Delbrück's phage group held in the house shared by Meselson and Stahl at Caltech. (L-R) Harry Rubin, Max Delbrück, Rene Cohen, Matt Meselson, Frank Stahl.
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meselson and stahl, phage group, harry rubin, max delbrück, caltech
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