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    • James Slater, herpetologist in action

    • Biology teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College of Puget Sound--Faculty; College teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Herpetologists--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Slater Museum of Natural History
    • Biology professor James Slater shoots a snake with a movie camera in the roadway south of Jones and Howarth Halls. Todd Hall is visible upper left. Warner Gymnasium and South Hall (the wooden war surplus buildings razed in 2011) are visible top...
    • James Slater, herpetologist in action

    • Biology teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College of Puget Sound--Faculty; College teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Herpetologists--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Slater Museum of Natural History
    • Biology professor James Slater shoots a snake with a movie camera in the roadway south of Jones and Howarth Halls. Todd Hall is visible upper left. South Hall (the wooden war surplus buildings razed in 2011) are visible top right, 1949
    • Professor James R. Slater, 1954

    • Faculty portraits (University of Puget Sound); biology professors (University of Puget Sound); biology professors--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • In 1919 World War I veteran James R. Slater joined the biology faculty of the College of Puget Sound. In 1951 he retired and moved to Florida. Slater missed his old stomping grounds so much he returned to Tacoma and continued his research on the...
    • Professor James R. Slater, 1954

    • Faculty portraits (University of Puget Sound); biology professors (University of Puget Sound); biology professors--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • In 1919 World War I veteran James R. Slater joined the biology faculty of the College of Puget Sound. In 1951 he retired and moved to Florida. Slater missed his old stomping grounds so much he returned to Tacoma and continued his research on the...
    • Professor James Slater grades comparative anatomy exams, 1951

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Biology teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Biology Professor James R. Slater grades final exams in his spring 1951 comparative anatomy class, Howarth Hall. This was Slater's last semester as a full-time member of the faculty. Slater came to the College of Puget Sound in 1919. After 32 years...
    • Professor James Slater grades comparative anatomy exams, 1951

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Biology teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Biology Professor James R. Slater grades final exams in his spring 1951 comparative anatomy class, Howarth Hall. This was Slater's last semester as a full-time member of the faculty. Slater came to the College of Puget Sound in 1919. After 32 years...
    • Professor James Slater grades comparative anatomy exams, 1951

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Biology teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Biology Professor James R. Slater grades final exams in his spring 1951 comparative anatomy class, Howarth Hall. This was Slater's last semester as a full-time member of the faculty. Slater came to the College of Puget Sound in 1919. After 32 years...
    • James R. Slater, 1969

    • Faculty portraits (University of Puget Sound); biology professors (University of Puget Sound); biology professors--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Slater Museum of Natural History (University of Puget Sound)
    • In 1919 World War I veteran James R. Slater joined the biology faculty of the College of Puget Sound. In 1951 he retired and moved to Florida. Slater missed his old stomping grounds so much he returned to Tacoma and continued his research on the...
    • James R. Slater, 1969

    • Faculty portraits (University of Puget Sound); biology professors (University of Puget Sound); biology professors--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Slater Museum of Natural History (University of Puget Sound)
    • In 1919 World War I veteran James R. Slater joined the biology faculty of the College of Puget Sound. In 1951 he retired and moved to Florida. Slater missed his old stomping grounds so much he returned to Tacoma and continued his research on the...

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