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We have attempted to provide outstanding material directly related to the work of Science Service held within our collections. As a function of keeping up-to-date with our on-line research we will frequently include additional research material concerning this collection.

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    random selection of original issues (present viewing condition - "faint")

  • Complimenting research using a photographic reference of the VODER within this Science Service online resource.

    The Harriet Green-Kopp Papers - NMAH Archives #1130
    COLLOQUIUM: June 3, 2008, Mara Mills - Doctoral Candidate, Harvard University; Former Lemelson Fellow, National Museum of American History "A History of the Sound Spectrograph: Deafness, Feedback and Information Theory"
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