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Dame Margaret Blackwood Finding Aid

The University of Melbourne
Blackwood, Margaret (Has associaton with )
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The Dame Margaret Blackwood Finding Aid documents and contextualises the records of Dame Margaret Blackwood, botanist and geneticist. The Finding Aid is the work of the University of Melbourne Archives, where the records are held. It describes the mostly paper-based record collections of Dame Margaret Blackwood. The records come from two separate accessions - numbered A.1988.0025 and A.1989.0050. Blackwood was a botanist and geneticist and Deputy Chancellor of the University of Melbourne.
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