Author:Frederic Taber Cooper

Frederic Taber Cooper

Frederic Taber Cooper, Ph.D., was an American editor and writer, born in New York City, he was educated at Harvard University and Columbia University. He was an associate professor of Latin and Sanskrit at New York University (1895-1902).



  1. Louis Pasteur. By Albert Keim, Louis Lumet, Frederic Taber Cooper. Translated by Frederic Taber Cooper. Published by Frederick A. Stokes, 1914.

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