Boston Journal of Natural History, Volume 4
Boston Society of Natural History, 1844 - Natural history
"Catalogue of the library": v. 1, p. -512; "Additions to the library": v. 3, p. -522; "Constitution and by-laws": v. 6, 13 p.
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