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Chemistry Students Get on Train - 1963
Chemistry Students Get on Train - 1963
TitleChemistry Students Get on Train - 1963
Subjectstudents, science, chemistry
DescriptionThis photograph was featured in The Interlude student newspaper volume 36, number 3, page 3 on November 14, 1963. The caption reads "Next stop Ames, Iowa. Chem students (left to right) Mary Lou Shonka, Jean Latz, Betty Loris and Joanne Gaworski, spent 2 days last weekend doing enzyme research at Iowa State University. They are studying the properties of the enzyme porkine phosphorylase under the direction of two members of the bio-chem department at ISU."
DateNovember 14, 1963
Typeimage
FormatTIFF
Languageeng
RightsAll rights held by the University of St. Francis. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, please contact libraryarchives@stfrancis.edu
PublisherDigitized by: Northern Micrographics, Inc. for the University of St. Francis
CollectionSharing Our Past, A Visual History (University of St. Francis)
Identifier00001477.tif
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