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Ivan Wallin

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16654. Biography 30: Ivan Emanuel Wallin (1883 - 1969)
Ivan Wallin was one of the first proponents of the idea that mitochrondria are derived from bacteria.
16647. Higher cells incorporate an ancient chromosome.
DNAFTB Animation 30: Ivan Wallin presents his idea that mitochondria and chloroplasts were once free-living organisms.
11231. "The Investigators," Ivan E. McDougle and assistants (Gwendolyn Watson, Martha Lobingier, Eleanor Harned), in Amherst County, Virginia
"The Investigators," Ivan E. McDougle and assistants (Gwendolyn Watson, Martha Lobingier, Eleanor Harned), in Amherst County, Virginia
11795. "The Moron," Eugenical News (vol. 5), J.E.W. Wallin's clinical definition of feeble-mindedness
"The Moron," Eugenical News (vol. 5), J.E.W. Wallin's clinical definition of feeble-mindedness
11293. Brochure advertising Mongrel Virginians, by Arthur H. Estabrook and Ivan E. McDougle (1)
Brochure advertising Mongrel Virginians, by Arthur H. Estabrook and Ivan E. McDougle (1)
11306. Mongrel Virginians: The Win Tribe, by A.H. Estabrook and I.E. McDougle, introduction of Estabrook's copy with added keys to pseudonyms
Mongrel Virginians: The Win Tribe, by A.H. Estabrook and I.E. McDougle, introduction of Estabrook's copy with added keys to pseudonyms
11387. Interview on race mixing for Mongrel Virginians, by Ivan McDougle and Gwendolyn Watson (April 24, 1924)
Interview on race mixing for Mongrel Virginians, by Ivan McDougle and Gwendolyn Watson (April 24, 1924)
11292. Brochure advertising Mongrel Virginians, by Arthur H. Estabrook and Ivan E. McDougle
Brochure advertising Mongrel Virginians, by Arthur H. Estabrook and Ivan E. McDougle
11388. Interview on race mixing for Mongrel Virginians, by Ivan McDougle and Gwendolyn Watson (April 24, 1924) (1)
Interview on race mixing for Mongrel Virginians, by Ivan McDougle and Gwendolyn Watson (April 24, 1924) (1)
11256. I. McDougle letter to A. Estabrook, about research on mixed race marriages for Mongrel Virginians (5/3/1924)
I. McDougle letter to A. Estabrook, about research on mixed race marriages for Mongrel Virginians (5/3/1924)
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