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Gallery 25: David Baltimore, 1959

Gallery 25:  David Baltimore, 1959
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In 1959, David Baltimore was one of Cold Spring Harbor's first undergraduate research students.
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David Baltimore, Cold Spring Harbor, undergraduate research students
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