The correspondence of Johann Friedrich Blumenbach by Johann Friedrich Blumenbach

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  • Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, -- 1752-1840 -- Correspondence,
  • Physiologists -- Germany -- Correspondence,
  • Physicians -- Germany -- Correspondence

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Statement[edited by] Frank William Peter Dougherty.
GenreCorrespondence
SeriesBrosamen zur Blumenbach-Forschung -- 2.-3. Bd.
ContributionsDougherty, Frank William Peter, 1952-1994, Klatt, Norbert.
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LC ClassificationsQP26.B58 B58 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23157643M
ISBN 103928312200, 3928312235
ISBN 109783928312202, 9783928312233
LC Control Number2008386538

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