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Alfred H. Washburn Papers 1925-1960
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Series 2: Washburn's Reprints [series]:
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Lymphatic Leukemia With Leukopenia in Young Children, 1925
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Splenectomy in Thrombopenic Purpura (Report of Three Cases), 1930
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The Prevention of Heart Disorders in Early Life, 1931
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Blood Pictures in Average Healthy Infants During the First Six Months
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Blood Cells in Healthy Young Infants, 1934
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Respiration in Infancy, Jan. 1935
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Blood Cells in Healthy Young Infants, 1935
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The Significance of Individual Variations, 1936
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The Place of Child Research in Medicine Some Contributions to Medical Thought..., Nov. 16, 1937
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Diverse Attributes of Healthy Children, July 1937
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Size of the Heart in Healthy Children, July 1938
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Child Research in a Medical School, July 1939
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Paranasal Sinuses from Birth to Late Adolescence, Oct. 1940
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Blood Cells in Healthy Young Infants, September, Sep. 1941
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Xanthoma or Chloroma, Feb. 1942
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Presidential Address, Dec. 29, 1949
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Growth: Its Significance in Medicine Viewed as Human Biology, May 1950
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Special Article: Pediatric Potpourri, Aug. 1951
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Symposium on Child Growth and Development, Dec. 1951
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Medicine As Human Biology, Dec. 1953
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Human Growth, Development, and Adaptation, July 1955
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The Child as a Person Developing, Chapter I, July 1957
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The Child as a Person Developing, Chapter II, July 1957
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The Sedimentation of Erythrocytes at an Angle of 45 Degrees, Feb. 1957
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Case Reports: Chloroma or Granuloma, Sep. 1962
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Application of the Jenss Curve to the Observed Patterns..., Dec. 1963
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All Human Beings Start Life as Babies, May 1966
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Plasma Cells in the Circulation in Infants and Children, June 1967
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Influences of Early Development Upon Later Life, Chapter 3 from Relations of Development and Aging