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- Williamson & Johnson research notes, 1978-1980
Agricultural experiment stations
Agriculture -- Research
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- Williamson, Ralph E. more info on Williamson, Ralph E.
- Johnson, William H. more info on Johnson, William H.
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- This record contains William H. Johnson’s personal typescript draft copies of a study that he co-authored with Ralph E. Williamson, which was titled “Chemical and Physical Characteristics of Freeze-Dried Tobacco Stalk and Midrib.” This study was carried out at the Tobacco Research Station in Oxford, North Carolina for the Agricultural Research Service under the Science Education Administration of the United States Department of Agriculture. The typescript was submitted to Tobacco Science in 1978 and was published in volume 25 of the journal in 1981. These papers include research and editorial notes, charts, correspondence from Williamson to Johnson, and a form requesting editing and approval of their manuscript from the United States Department of Agriculture.
United States. Department of Agriculture
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Oxford Tobacco Research Station more info on Oxford Tobacco Research Station (Oxford, N.C.)
North Carolina State University. Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering more info on North Carolina State University. Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
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- William H. Johnson Papers, 1941-2005 (Bulk, 1956-1983) (MC00062) held by Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
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