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The papers are composed of administrative and research files, course materials, and writings, which document Donald F. Poulson's work in the field of developmental genetics and his service on the faculty of Yale University. The papers highlight Poulson's role as first chairman of Yale's Department of Biology.
Chiefly William Procter's records of laboratory and field observations of invertebrates, principally protozoa and various worms, with a notebook of mounted drawings of protozoa. Letters, newspapers clippings on non-scientific matters, and several poems are also in the papers.