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dc.sourceGarland Allen Collection
dc.titleGraphic of Hamburger Confluence
dc.publisher.digitalArizona Board of Regents
dc.publisher.digitalMarine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.)
dc.description.typePen and ink drawing showing how Viktor Hamburger saw his geographical position in St. Louis, at the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, as symbolic of the confluence of two traditions in his own intellectual development: The neuro-anatomical tradition of Wilhelm His and Santiago Ramon y Cajal on the cellular structure of the nervous system, and the embryological tradition on the development of the nervous system represented by Ross Harrison and Hans Spemann.

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