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Author: British Museum (Natural History)
Title: The history of the collections contained in the Natural history departments of the British museum.. (Volume 1)
Publisher: London : Printed by order of the Trustees
Subject (keywords, tags): Gunther, Albert Carl Ludwig Gottilf, 1830-1914

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I. Libraries. The Department of botany. The Department of Geology. The Department of minerals 1904.--II. Separate historical accounts of the several collections included in the Department of zoology from 1856 to 1895 by Dr. Albert Gunther. 1912


Contributor: University of California Libraries
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