Virginia Carr to Viktor Hamburger, February 27, 1976
Carr, Virginia McMillan
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Carr's thanks for Hamburger's comments on a paper. Alt. name Ginger Carr1 page letter, with Hamburger's notes of 8 pages attached.
Suggested CitationText: "Virginia Carr to Viktor Hamburger, February 27, 1976", 2014-01-13, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/20286
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