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Charles Fuller Baker Field Book, 1923

Baker, C. F (Charles Fuller) 1872-1927
Charles Fuller Baker Field Book, 1923
Data Source:
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This collection is comprised of one specimen list botanical specimens collected by Charles Fuller Baker in Haiti in 1923. The list contains identifications for specimen numbers 1-34 with some specimen numbers omitted.
Botany, Plants
Baker, C. F (Charles Fuller) 1872-1927, Field Book Project (Washington, D.C.)
Field notes, Collection descriptions
Local Number:
SIA Acc. 11-108
Physical Description:
0.11 cu. ft. (0.11 non-standard size boxes)
Full Record:!siarchives&uri=full=3100001~!307005~!0#focus

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