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Babcock, James Francislocked

(23 February 1844–19 July 1897)
  • Celia Bergoffen
  •  and Michelle E. Osborn

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Babcock, James Francis (23 February 1844–19 July 1897), chemist, was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the son of Archibald D. Babcock and Fannie F. Richards. James Francis attended the English High School and then the Lawrence Scientific School of Harvard University from 1860 to 1862 but did not graduate. He established an office and chemical laboratory in Boston, holding sessions for the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in rooms connected with his laboratory....

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