Biostatistics Lab data and correspondence
- 1926 - 1952
Biographical / Historical
On Hooton, the history of physical anthropology, and the "race concept": From Types to Populations: A Century of Race, Physical Anthropology, and the American Anthropological Association Author(s): Rachel Caspari Source: American Anthropologist, Vol. 105, No. 1, Special Issue: Biological Anthropology: Historical Perspectives on Current Issues, Disciplinary Connections, and Future Directions (Mar., 2003), pp. 65-76
- Biostatistics Lab data and correspondence
- Entered into ArchivesSpace by Meg Monroe, 2020
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- EAD ID
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