Seven colleagues of Wilson have set down their mature estimates of him: Edwin Grant Conklin, Luther P. Eisenhart, George McLean Harper, J. Duncan Spaeth, Robert K. Root, Edward S. Corwin and William Starr Myers.
Originally published in 1946.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- INTRODUCTION, pg. v
- CONTENTS, pg. vii
- A HAPPY FAMILY, pg. 1
- WILSON AND THE PRECEPTORS, pg. 13
- DEPARTMENTAL COLLEAGUE, pg. 19
- WILSON IN MY DIARY, pg. 36
- AS A SCIENTIST SAW HIM, pg. 52
- THE FAR-SEEING WILSON, pg. 62
- WILSON AS I KNEW HIM AND VIEW HIM NOW, pg. 69