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Title: Telegram, November 2, 1934: Bass fellows and visiting scientists
Authors: Bere, Ruby
Keywords: Venice, Florida
Issue Date: 2-Nov-1934
Series/Report no.: BBL Papers
Abstract: This item is part of a series of letters, telegrams, and notes relating to people who came to do research at the Bass lab. The Bass Biological Laboratory was a fully functioning research laboratory as well as a biological collecting and field station. The lab was located in Englewood, Florida, and operated during the 1930s and 1940s. This telegram to John F. Bass Jr. is from Ruby Bere, who was employed for a time at the lab. Some of Dr. Bere's work involved parasitic copepods.
Description: 1 p., 6.5 x 8 in.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/974
Appears in Collections:Bass Biological Laboratory Papers

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