Gregor Mendel during travel, 1862

Mendel with group from Vienna before the Grand Hotel in Paris en route to London, 1862. Mendel was not scientifically isolated. He traveled and was in contact with other scientists.

mendel, gallery 3, grand hotel,paris, vienna, scientists, london, 1863

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