New York [and Baltimore]: The American Genetic Association, 1949. Pp.29-56 [28p.], coated paperstock throughout with interspersed plates and a portrait of Lindstrom r.i.p., 10 x 7 inch stapled journal wraps. Shows a touch of foxing, almost none of handling.
"Edward W. Lindstrom-- an appreciation; The human 'Nucleolar chromosome;'' The Greeks had words for six sexes; Calculation of inbreeding coefficients; The Hevea rubber tree for food and oil." Article by Jack Schultz and Particia St. Lawrence, "A Cytological Basis for a Map of the Nucleolar Chromosome in Man" [10p. including plates], sounds like a prototype effort towards genetic mapping.