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      Robert Cushman Murphy Collection: papers, circa. 1895-1965. 3.35 cubic ft. Naturalist, scientist and environmentalist. Correspondence, typescripts, photographs, negatives, notebooks, journals, book reviews and slides concerning the worldwide travels and natural history studies of the Long Island (N.Y.) naturalist (credit: Special Collections and University Archives, Stony Brook University).

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