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James J. Lang Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0249
Scope and Contents This collection, measuring .66 linear feet, contains three series of field notes: Series I, housed in 12 acid-free file folders, relates to Notes of a Potato Watcher, covers potato crops, viruses that effect the potato, research into ways to prevent the viruses, genetic engineering of the potato, production, pests, and breeders. File folders follow the format from the table of contents. Note: An abstract written by Professor Lang is included with...
Dates: 1981 - 1998

Emilio Willems Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0504
Scope and Content This .42 linear foot collection consists of one full Hollinger box. It includes two large manuscripts written by Emilio Willems in addition to eight of his articles, three of which are written in English, one of which is written in German and four of which are written in Portuguese. The collection contains several pieces of Willems’s reference materials including newspaper clippings from a Brazilian newspaper and Willems’s notes on works published by others in his field. Also, two full...
Dates: 1940-1967

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