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Author: University of California, Berkeley. Department of Genetics.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Most of this collection consists of the papers of Ernest B. Babcock, including correspondence to and from him and lecture notes on genetics, 1914-1915. There is also Babcock's diary of 1919 (ca. 300 p.) which includes observations on Europe and France and the battle fields of Verdun and describes the College of Science of the American Expeditionary Force University in Beaune, France, where he taught genetics and
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Genre/Form: Lecture notes
Named Person: William Bateson; William E Castle; J L Collins; Thomas Hunt Morgan; H J Muller; A Franklin Shull; A H Sturtevant; W E Agar; Ernest Brown Babcock; Roy Elwood Clausen; John Merle Coulter; C Leonard Huskins; Knigo Miyabe; M Navashin; George Harrison Shull; Edwin C Voorhies; William Bateson; William E Castle; J L Collins; Thomas Hunt Morgan; H J Muller; A Franklin Shull; A H Sturtevant
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: University of California, Berkeley. Department of Genetics.
OCLC Number: 122624349
Description: approximately 200 items.

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Most of this collection consists of the papers of Ernest B. Babcock, including correspondence to and from him and lecture notes on genetics, 1914-1915. There is also Babcock's diary of 1919 (ca. 300 p.) which includes observations on Europe and France and the battle fields of Verdun and describes the College of Science of the American Expeditionary Force University in Beaune, France, where he taught genetics and botany.

Other correspondence in the collection relates to the Dept. of Genetics, and there is an outline of the course of study for Genetics I, 1915. There are miscellaneous items, such as W.E. Castle's memoranda on genetics study at Harvard, 1901-1915, and observations by W.E. Agar on William Bateson's influence.

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