Photo of John Philip Trinkaus by T. Charles Erickson, Undated
Erickson, Charles T.
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Photo of John Philip Trinkaus in a lab; description on the back: "Please Credit: T. Charles Erickson, Yale University, Office of Public Information"good condition2 pages
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