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Trinkaus, John Phillip - Papers

Photo of John Philip Trinkaus kissing his wife, Madeleine Trinkaus, on the cheek
A headshot of John P. Trinkaus. Trinkaus is wearing a white shirt, dark tie, and glasses. He is looking at the camera.
John P. Trinkaus in the laboratory at the MBL. Trinkaus is seated in front of video equiptment, and is smiling at the camera.
John P. Trinkaus (left) standing next to Steve Zottoli (right) in their shared laboratory at the MBL
Letter to Trinkaus telling him about the fellowships that Tickle will apply for.
Letter announcing that Tickle's application for a NATO Research Fellowship was successful.
Letter to Trinkaus about Cheryll Tickle.
Letter to Trinkaus, thanking him for his letter of recommendation for Tickle.
Letter to Trinkaus, asking him if there are any post-doctoral positions available in his lab.
The second notebook of lecture and laboratory notes that John P. Trinkaus took during his time as a student in the Embryology Course in 1939.
Notes from Mary Rawles' lecture. Trinkaus begins his notes with information on "Pigmentation of Birds, Experimental Studies" including information on transplantation experiments
Notes from Mary Rawles' lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes from on transplantation experiments for bird pigmentation from the previous page. Trinkaus gives details about the experimental procedure and pays special attention to the role of the neural crest