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The Mendel Newsletter, No. 15

No. 15, March 2006
American Philosophical Society Library

In this issue:

"The Scientific Papers of Francis Crick: A Footnote on Custodial History"
Chris Beckett
The Wellcome Library

"Looking Back on Lancelot's Laughter: The Lancelot Thomas Hogben Papers, University of Birmingham, Special Collections"
James Tabery
University of Pittsburgh

"Book Collection on Human Genetics: Donated to the University of Washington, Seattle"
Arno G. Motulsky

"Genetics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison: A Guide to Some Historical Resources"
Erika Milam
University of Wisconsin, Madison

"H-Eugenics Goes Online"
Aaron Gillette
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

"George Harrison Shull Acquisition at APS"
Charles Greifenstein
American Philosophical Society

"The History of Genetics Online"
Michael R. Dietrich
Dartmouth College