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Biology experiments

University Archives Photograph Collection

Biology experiments

Item Details

coverage
1950-1979
date
2018-11-27T18:25:45Z
2018-11-27T18:25:45Z
2018-11-27 (issued)
description
Black and white photograph shows students working in a laboratory classroom. At center, a man in a dress shirt with two pens in the chest pocket, holding papers in his right hand, stands and bends over a seated man, who also wears a dress shirt, that is sitting and writing. They appear to be having a discussion. Around them, two men are writing and looking down. Microscopes sit on the table.
format
image/jpeg
7 x 9 inches
photographs
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/92855
language
English
relation
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
University Archives Photograph Collection (RG10.1)
Academic Departments, Biology Department (RG16.4)
rights
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Rights Statement
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Please note that the above copyright statement applies to the entire collection, and individual photographs may be subject to an independent copyright status. Please contact ZSR Special Collections & Archives (archives@wfu.edu) to confirm the status of individual photographs in this collection.
source
https://wakespace.lib.wfu.edu/handle/10339/39540
subject
Wake Forest University--Faculty
Wake Forest University--Students
Biology--Study and teaching (Higher)--North Carolina--Winston-Salem
Biology--Experiments
Biological laboratories--North Carolina--Winston-Salem
title
Biology experiments
type
Still Image

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