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Prof. V. L. Kellogg

Nature volume 140, page 610 (09 October 1937) | Download Citation



IN the death of Vernon Lyman Kellogg, which took place at Hartford sanitorium (Conn.) on August 8 last, the United States loses an eminent citizen and one who was a leading figure in the scientific life of that country. Born at Emporia, Kansas, in 1867, he graduated at the University of Kansas in 1889 and at Cornell University in 1891. His academic training was primarily as a zoologist and was continued in Paris and in Leipzig.

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