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Third Scarritt Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History


Third Scarritt Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History



Science 83(2140): 13-14



ISSN/ISBN: 0036-8075

PMID: 17810476

DOI: 10.1126/science.83.2140.13

In an appreciative note of the life and work of Harry J. Deuel, Jr. (Science 124, 209 (3 Aug. 1956)), J. Murray Luck wrote that Deuel "was struggling to finish the third and final volume at the time of his death." Grace C.

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