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Fredda Doris Reed (1894–1988): Educator and paleobotanist

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Thomas N. Taylor
Thomas N. Taylor
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January 01, 1995

Fredda D. Reed was one of the first students of Adolph Noé and was responsible for some of the early work on Carboniferous coal-ball plants in North America. As a faculty member for 35 years at Mount Holyoke College, she touched the lives of generations of students through her strong work ethic, tenacity for detail, and unending sense of humor.

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GSA Memoirs

Historical Perspective of Early Twentieth Century Carboniferous Paleobotany in North America

Paul C. Lyons
Paul C. Lyons
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Elsie Darrah Morey
Elsie Darrah Morey
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Robert H. Wagner
Robert H. Wagner
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Geological Society of America
Volume
185
ISBN print:
9780813711850
Publication date:
January 01, 1995

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