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Turner, John Stewart (1908 - 1991)

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Adolph Basser Library, Australian Academy of Science
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Title:John Stewart Turner - Records
Reference:MS 114
Date Range:1977 - 1988
Description:Reprint of 'The development of plant physiology in Australia' by J.S. Turner with related correspondence 1977; materials for 'The history of plant physiology in Australia' and reprints of other papers; correspondence relating to 'Cambridge-Castlemaine, a tribute to John Stewart Turner' two folders 1988 [closed until 1 January 2000].
Quantity:0.15 m
Online Finding Aid: 'Turner, John Stewart - Ms 114', in Listing of Adolph Basser Library holdings, Australian Academy of Science, 1994, http://www.science.org.au/academy/basser/lists/ms114.txt.
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The University of Melbourne Archives
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Title:John Stewart Turner - Records
Date Range:1925 - 1973
Description:Lecture and laboratory notes 1925-36; papers relating to numerous committees and organisations with which he was connected including the CSIR/O 1945-71, the Victorian Department of Agriculture 1948-69, the Australian Society of Plant Physiologists 1957-74, the Institute of Marine Sciences 1968-71, and the Victorian Schools Examinations Board; general correspondence 1944-73 [7 m]. Further Turner correspondence appears in the records of the Botany School 1938-73.
Quantity:7 m
Access:Available for reference
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