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Remembering Walt Dalquest, part 2

Ethan Metcalf

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He (Walt Dalquest) meant what he said and no more. You could assume nothing. — Jesse Rogers

Walter Woelber Dalquest, Emeritus Professor of Biology at Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas (Festschrift photo, age 67).

Walter Woelber Dalquest, Emeritus Professor of Biology at Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas (Festschrift photo, age 67).

Walter W. Dalquest and his wife, Rose, came to Midwestern State University in 1952 and retired from full-time service in 1984. Dalquest was one of the most productive scholars in the history of Midwestern. He produced 180 scientific publications, and he continued to work part-time until his death in 2000.

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