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1. Guri Johal, Steve Schofield, and Michael Zanis in laboratory Guri Johal, Steve Schofield, and Michael Zanis in laboratory Purdue University--Faculty Purdue University Faculty. Research by this trio of Purdue and USDA-ARS scientists is the first to show that a gene in all grasses, including important grain-producing plants, stops infection by a highly...

2. Lillian M. Gilbreth, standing with two men Lillian M. Gilbreth, standing with two men Gilbreth, Lillian Moller, 1878-1972; Purdue University--Faculty Dr. Lillian M. Gilbreth, Dr. Ralph M. Barnes, Mr. James S. Perkins (Speakers) at first presentation of: The Original Films of Frank B. Gilbreth, The Medinah Club Chicago, Ill. January 18, 1944.

3. Edwin T. Mertz standing with Oliver E. Nelson, Jr. Edwin T. Mertz standing with Oliver E. Nelson, Jr. Purdue University--Faculty; Robes; Edwin T. Mertz- Ag Researchers Honored---Edwin T. Mertz, left, professor emeritus of biochemistry at Purdue University, and Oliver E. Nelson Jr., professor of genetics, University of Wisconsin, were among...

4. A.A. Potter, standing with others A.A. Potter, standing with others Potter, A. A. (Andrey Abraham), b. 1882; Purdue University--Faculty A.A. Potter and faculty (first row, 3rd from left)

5. A.A. Potter awarding students with the W.L. Batt Award A.A. Potter awarding students with the W.L. Batt Award Potter, A. A. (Andrey Abraham), b. 1882; Purdue University--Faculty; Students; Awards A.A. Potter awarding students with the W.L. Batt Award. Eldon L. Knudh, President of the student Branch ASME. Prof. J.M. Cage-School of Electrical Engineering; A.A. Potter; James Bellinger, 2nd prize winner;...

6. A.A. Potter, standing with others A.A. Potter, standing with others Potter, A. A. (Andrey Abraham), b. 1882; Purdue University--Faculty A.A. Potter, first row, 2nd from left. 1931. Photo by J.C. Allen, W. Lafayette, Ind [crossed out].

7. A.A. Potter, standing with others A.A. Potter, standing with others Potter, A. A. (Andrey Abraham), b. 1882; Purdue University--Faculty;Meetings Spec. meeting, 1931. A.A. Potter, first row, right. Photo by J.C. Allen, W. Lafayette, IN [scratched out].

8. A.A. Potter, standing with others A.A. Potter, standing with others Potter, A. A. (Andrey Abraham), b. 1882; Purdue University--Faculty A.A. Potter, first row, second left, ca. 1940s.

9. A.A. Potter, standing with others at ASME council meeting A.A. Potter, standing with others at ASME council meeting Potter, A. A. (Andrey Abraham), b. 1882; Purdue University--Faculty; Meetings; Engineers A.A. Potter, first row center, ASME Council Meeting at Purdue, July 2, 1934. Photo by J.C. Allen and Son, West Lafayette, Indiana. Photocopied Clipping from article states: "Illustrious Engineers Meet...

10. A.A. Potter, standing with others A.A. Potter, standing with others Potter, A. A. (Andrey Abraham), b. 1882; Purdue University--Faculty A.A. Potter, first row, second right, ca. 1940s. Photo by J.C. Allen and Son, West Lafayette, Indiana.

11. Mrs. Harvey Wiley and George P. Larrick, holding book Mrs. Harvey Wiley and George P. Larrick, holding book Purdue University--Faculty Mrs. Harvey Wiley, widow of the famous pure food and drug crusader, and Commissioner George P. Larrick of the United States Food and Drug Administration, consider plans for the celebration of the 50th...

12. Sarah D. Stamps and Elifuraha Saria install equipment in Tanzania Sarah D. Stamps and Elifuraha Saria install equipment in Tanzania Purdue University--Faculty;Graduate students;Scientific equipment;Tanzania;Volcanoes;Oldoinyo Lengai (Tanzania) Purdue University graduate student Sarah D. Stamps and Tanzanian scientist Elifuraha Saria install a global positioning system instrument in the Natron area of Tanzania. The Ol Doinyo Lenga volcano is...
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