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|Title: ||Correspondence, April 14, 1936: BBL operations and research|
|Authors: ||Bass, John F. Jr|
|Keywords: ||avian malaria|
Jackson, Chas E.
Breder, Charles Marcus Jr
Egmont Key, Florida
Tampa Bay, Florida
Huff, Clay G.
University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
United States Department of Commerce
United States Bureau of Fisheries
Bell, Frank T.
George, W. C.
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
William Bingham Foundation
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
New York Aquarium
Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Conklin, Edwin Grant
|Issue Date: ||14-Apr-1936|
|Series/Report no.: ||BBL Papers;1A.7d|
|Abstract: ||This letter is part of the correspondence between the Bass Biological Laboratory and various political and governmental figures, particularly at the United States Bureau of Fisheries. These letters include the exchange of data, materials, and information on biological subjects and problems during the 1930s. This letter to Frank T. Bell updates the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries on Bass lab activities and inquires whether the lab's collecting permit needs to be renewed.|
|Description: ||2 p., 8.5 x 11 in.|
|Appears in Collections:||Bass Biological Laboratory Papers|
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