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Finding Aid to the Telford H. Work Papers1938-1990

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by Lloyd S. Williams (History Associates, Inc.)
Processing Completed July 2006; Sept. 2016
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Summary Information
Title: Telford H. Work Papers
Creator: Work, Telford H., 1921-1995
Dates: 1938-1990
Extent: 33.90 linear feet (33 boxes)
Abstract:
The papers of Telford H. Work (1921-1995) highlight international research and teaching in the field of arbovirology and tropical disease. The collection, which spans from 1938-1990, contains material about his education, career, hobbies, and achievements.

Call number: MS C 564
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

Access Restrictions:

Collection is not restricted.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

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Preferred Citation:

Work, Telford H. Telford H. Work Papers. 1938-1990. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 564.

Provenance:

Gift, Martine Work, 1996; 1999; 2011, Accession# 1997-003, 1999-040, 2011-037.

Related films in HAV

A large number of films created by Work documenting his field work were separately donated the NLM's Historic Audiovisual Program.


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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the Telford H. Work Papers1938-1990

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by Lloyd S. Williams (History Associates, Inc.)
Processing Completed July 2006; Sept. 2016
Encoded by Lloyd S. Williams

Descriptive Summary

Work, Telford H., 1921-1995Telford H. Work Papers Dates: 1938-199033.90 linear feet (33 boxes)MS C 564 Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Collection materials primarily in EnglishAbstract:The papers of Telford H. Work (1921-1995) highlight international research and teaching in the field of arbovirology and tropical disease. The collection, which spans from 1938-1990, contains material about his education, career, hobbies, and achievements.Provenance:

Gift, Martine Work, 1996; 1999; 2011, Accession# 1997-003, 1999-040, 2011-037.

Access Restrictions:

Collection is not restricted.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

Work, Telford H. Telford H. Work Papers. 1938-1990. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 564.

Related films in HAV

A large number of films created by Work documenting his field work were separately donated the NLM's Historic Audiovisual Program.

Biographical Note

Dr. Telford Hindley Work was born in Selma, California on July 11, 1921. He received his primary and secondary education from Los Angeles schools. After graduating from high school, Work enrolled at Stanford University. A biology major, he spent much of his time devoted to his studies. While still an undergraduate at Stanford, he began a project studying the nesting habits of the Turkey Vulture. This project, supported by the Stanford Museum of Natural History, lead to his first publication in the journal The Condor in 1942.

Work graduated from Stanford in 1942 with his degree in biology and was accepted at Stanford Medical School, graduating in 1945. Upon graduating, he accepted a position with the U.S. Navy. After basic training, he was assigned to the U.S.S. Monongahela, an oil tanker that traveled from the Middle East to Japan. The time Work spent traveling between the two areas greatly influenced him and ultimately lead to research in the field of tropical medicine. When his service with the Navy was complete, he went to London and enrolled in the London School Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and graduated a year later with his degree in tropical medicine. Upon finishing his degree, he accompanied Sir Phillip Manson-Bahr to Fiji where he spent the next two years studying filariasis and mosquitoes. At the completion of this project, Work returned to the US where he enrolled at John Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, receiving a Master of Public Health in 1952.

Work then accepted an offer from the Rockefeller Foundation to join their arbovirus research program. He spent the first five months working in the laboratory in New York before being assigned to work with Dr. Richard Taylor in Cairo, Egypt. During this time they worked in the small village of Sindbis and were able to isolate both West Nile and Sindbis viruses from birds in the area. This was one of the first times that the role birds have in transmitting arboviruses had been documented.

In 1955, Work was assigned to Poona, India by the Rockefeller Foundation where he served as director of the Virus Research Center and oversaw the building of the facility. He also aided with the investigation of several epidemics including New Delhi hepatitis and Jamshedpur Fever, now known as Reye's Syndrome. In 1957, while working in the Mysore District of India, he isolated the Kyasanur Forest Disease, a hemorrhagic fever transmitted by ticks. His work, along with that of others, proved the relationship of the virus to several other encephalitis outbreaks.

Work returned to the New York Laboratory of the Rockefeller Foundation in 1960. He along with Dr. Taylor, started the Arbovirus Information Exchange newsletter and served as its first editor. Shortly after returning to the US, Work received a Congressional appointment to head the virology section for the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). During his tenure he oversaw several investigations. These included the 1962 outbreak of Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis (VEE) among Seminoles in the Florida Everglades, the 1964 outbreak of Saint Louis encephalitis (SLE) in Texas, and the 1965 VEE outbreaks in the Mid-Atlantic. Along with his team, he was able to isolate the virus, now known as the Everglades virus, from mosquitoes in Everglades National Park. Their investigations and studies lead to the isolation of several other viruses. They also traveled to the former Soviet as part of a joint discussion between the U.S. and the USSR on tick-borne encephalitis.

Work returned to his home state in 1967 when he accepted a position as professor of Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and head of the department. While he devoted himself to sharing his knowledge and experience with future generations, he continued to study tropical diseases both at home and abroad. Taking a sabbatical in 1978, Work and his wife, Dr. Martine Jozan Work, traveled to Australia to investigate an outbreak of Murray Valley Encephalitis in the Kimberley area. Work took another sabbatical in 1988 traveling Argentina during outbreaks of dengue (on the border with Paraguay) and yellow fever (Brazil). Work remained at UCLA until his retirement in 1991.

During his world travels, Work found time to participate in one of his favorite hobbies, photography. Work took a great interest in nature and the flora and fauna that he observed. He photographed and filmed many of the sites he visited. As a member of the Audubon Society, Work presented several lectures using the films he produced. He also contributed many of his photographs and reports to National Geographic Magazine.

As a leading epidemiologist, Work achieved much recognition. He was elected as a member of the American Epidemiological Society in 1962, served as the president of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) from 1969-1970, and as chair of the Epidemiology Disease Control Section of the National Institutes of Health during the 1970s. In 1981, he received the Richard Moreland Taylor Award from the American Committee on Arthropod-Borne Viruses. The award was established in 1966 as a way to recognize dedication and contributions to virology and epidemiology of arthropod-borne viruses is named after Work's colleague, mentor, and friend Dr. Richard Taylor, who was the first to receive the award. Telford H. Work died in his home on February 6, 1995.


Administrative material, correspondence, research files, reports, publications, audiovisual material, pathology slides, and personal items (33.5 l.f.; 1938-1990) document Telford H. Work's international research career in arboviruses, especially West Nile and Yellow fever. Topics documented include his education at Stanford University Medical School, his U.S Naval service, and his career with the Rockefeller Foundation, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and UCLA. His work in tropical medicine lead to the isolation of several viruses, how they are transmitted and by what vectors, and the better understanding of arthropod-borne viruses. The bulk of the material in the collection relates to his research projects for the Rockefeller Foundation, the CDC, and UCLA.

There are several series that might be of significant interest to researchers. The personal series (Series 1) provide some insight about his career motivations, education, his passion for nature and photography, and career highlights. Series 3-6 document the institutions for which he worked during his career and where he made his greatest discoveries. Much of his research carried over from institution to institution, so many of the same topics and research projects can be found in each of these series. For his Rockefeller Foundation career, information about the origins and management of the Virus Research Centre in Pune, India where Work isolated the Kyasanur Forest Disease and his work in Egypt on isolating the West Nile virus can be found in the Correspondence, Rockefeller Foundation, and Pathology Slides series. Much of the actual research activities information is limited to the Rockefeller Foundation series.

Work returned to the U.S. as head of the CDC's Virology Section during the 1960's and focused on tropical diseases as found within the US. His research on various strains of encephalitis is located in Series 5. He completed his active career as professor and department head of the Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of California at Los Angeles. Much of the materials in Series 6 continue to reflect his research activities and less so for his teaching work.

Work's passion for research and nature is combined in his hobby as a photographer and film-maker. Throughout his research and travel he created films in support of his research findings as well as serving as travelogues. The majority of these films were separated to the Historical Audiovisual Collection.

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    MeSH Subjects

    • Arboviruses
    • Dengue
    • Encephalitis Virus, Venezuelan Equine
    • Encephalitis, Japanese B
    • Encephalitis, Saint Louis
    • Encephalitis, Tick-Borne
    • Hemorrhagic Fevers, Viral
    • Kyasanur Forest Disease
    • Tropical Medicine
    • Virology
    • West Nile virus
    • Yellow Fever
    Personal Names

    • Taylor, Richard M. (Richard Moreland), 1887-1981
    Corporate Names

    • Centers for Disease Control (U.S.)
    • Rockefeller Foundation. International Health Division
    • United States. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3
    • University of California, Los Angeles
    • Virus Research Centre (Pune, India)
    Geographic Names

    • Argentina
    • Egypt
    • Florida
    • India
    • Mid-Atlantic Region
    • Texas

    Series Descriptions

    Series 1: Personal, 1938-19842 linear feet
    This series contains includes material on his education at Stanford University, personal notebooks, diaries, correspondence, photographs, and clippings. Items of particular interest here include a notebook from a journalism class at Stanford, information about the Richard Taylor award (he received it in 1981), and information regarding the National Audubon Society.

    11-2 Bio-Bibliography, 1958-197213 Bio-Bibliography, 1972-197314 Curriculum Vitae/1st Arthropod-Borne Virus Information Exchange, 196015 Telford Curriculum Vitae, 1966; 198116 Curriculum Vitae, 198117 Stanford University Grades, 1938-194218 Notes-Life at Stanford, [ca. 1940]19 Stanford Alumni Day, 1968 May 18110 U.S. Navy Officer Service Record, 1945-1970111 Taylor Award presented to Dr. Work by Dr. Charles Calisher (photographs), 1981 Nov 20112 Richard Moreland Taylor Award, 1981113 Trip to Europe [photograph], 1946-1950114 Journalism Notebook (Stanford), 1937-1938115 Personal Notes, [undated]116 Personal Notebooks, 1962-1969117 Personal Notes, 1963118 Lab Conference Notes, 1959-1960119 Staff Conference Notes, 1960-1961120 Nevada Investigation Notebook, 1980-1984121 Expense Account, 1952-1954122 Travel Expenses, 1960123 Diary, 1953124 Diary & Summary, 1953-1960125 Diary, SLE Papers-Final Corrected Copies, 1954126 Diary, 1954-1955127-28 Diary Drafts, 1954-1956129 Tribute to Joseph L. Melnick, 197032 Designs for the Richard Moreland Taylor Medal, [ca. 1966]130-31 Professional Colleagues, 1952-1981132-35 Obituaries, 1955-197021 Research Proposal Draft of A, 196722-3 Indonesia Research Grant Application, 1959-196924 History of American Epidemiological Society, [undated]25 1955 Home Leave, 1954-195526 1957 Home Leave, 1956-195727 June-July Trip, 1959-196028 Professional October, 1957-196029 Rockefeller Foundation (photograph), 1980-1981210 Dr. Richard Taylor Memorial (photographs), 1966; 1981211 Telford Work's File, 1952-1960212 Work's Confidential File, 1959-1962213-14 Clippings, 1962 Aug 23-Sept 25215-16 August to India, 1959-1962217 National Geographic Magazine, 1950-1957218-20 National Audubon Society, 1952-1958221-27 Audubon Screen Tours, 1945-1954228 Notes, 1954-1955 Series 2: Correspondence, 1946-19894.5 linear feet
    This series has been subdivided into seven subseries: individuals, general project, Rockefeller Foundation, publications, job, personal, and general professional. The largest and of particular interest is the individuals subseries. Contained here is the communication between Work and several of his colleagues. Some of the more prominent names include Dr. Richard Taylor and Dr. Hugh Smith.

    Individuals31 Abdulali, Humayun, 1957-196132 Anderson, Dr. Charles R., 1958-196133 Anderson, Dr. Richmond K., 1955-195734 Audy, Dr. Ralph, 195635 Balfour, Dr. M.C., 1955-195736 Berge, Dr. Trygve O., 1961-197437 Bergold, Dr. G.H. (photographs), 1962-196938 Bhatt, Dr. Pravin N., 1958-196939 Blaskovic, Dr. Dionyz, 1961-1969310 Bleitz, Don, 1972311 Bowles, Honorable Chester, 1964312 Breslow, Dr. Lester, 1980313 Burnet, Sir MacFarlane, 1961-1962314 Casals, Dr. Jordi, 1959-1975315 Causey, Dr. Ottis R., 1958-1976316 Chamberlain, Dr. Roy W., 1966-1976317 Chumakov, Dr. Mihkail P., 1961-1971318 Clark, Dr. Gary G., 1972-1976319 Cobb, William C., 1958-1962320 Cockburn, Dr. T. Aidan, 1963321 Cockburn, Dr. W. Chas, 1961-1965322 Coleman, Dr. Philip, 1965-1969323 Davis, Dr. David E., 1960-1965324 Davis, Dr. Dorland J., 1967-1970325 Doherty, Dr. Ralph L., 1961-1973326 Dow, Dr. Richard, 1962-1964327 Downs, Dr. Wilbur, 1959-1973328 Dratvin, Dr. Sergei A., 1964-1973329 Enders, Dr. John, 1964-1965330 Evans, Dr. Alfred S., 1970-1976331 Fadeeva, Dr. Lydia L., 1968-1975332 Feldman, Dr. Roger, 1965-1967333 Felsenfeld, Drs. Ambhan &. Oscar, 1960-1969334 Felsenfeld, Dr. Oscar, 1968-1969335 Fox, Dr. John P., 1962336 French, Dr. Eric L., 1966-1973337 Frothingham, Dr. Thomas, 1963-1975338-39 Gabaldon, Dr. Arnoldo, 1962-1970340 Gaidamovich, Dr. Sophia Ya, 1966-1967341 Gajdusek, Dr. D. Carleton, 1961-1962342 Galindo, Dr. Pedro, 1962-1968343 Gebhardt, Dr. Louis P., 1961-1969344 Gimenez, Dr. Domingo, 1962-1968345 Grant, Dr. Louis S., 1963-1968346 Gresikova, Dr. Milota, 1963-1970347 Halstead, Major Scott B., 1965-1971348 Hammon, Dr. William McD., 1961-1971349 Hardy, Dr. James L., 1964-1969350 Haugen, A. R., 1969-1970351 Hayes, Dr. Jack, 1975352 Hayes, Dr. Richard O., 1962-1975353 Hazeltine, Dr. William E., 1972354 Healy, Dr. George, 1972-1973355 Heins, William A, 1959-1960356 Held, Dr. Joe, 1959-1989357 Henderson, Dr. Brian, 1962-1975358 Henderson, Dr. Jack R., 1962-1963359 Hess, Dr. Archie, 1961-1968360 Hitchcock, James, 1970361 Hogan, Dr. Ralph B., 1965362 Hollinger, Dr. Blaine, 196741-2 Hoogstraal, Dr. Harry (photographs), 1957-197243 Horstmann, Dr. Dorothy M., 196644 Hough, Dr. Victor H., 1969; 197545 Hunter, Dr. George W., 1964-197346 Hurlbut, Dr. Herbert, 1961-196647 Igarashi, Dr. Akira, 197148 Iyer, Dr. C.G.S., 1956-195949 Johnson, Dr. Carl, 1961-1967410 Johnson, Dr. Harald N., 1962-1969411 Johnson, Dr. Karl M., 1963-1972412 Johnson, Ladd,, 1967-1971413 Johnston, Dr. L.A.Y., 1969414 Kafuko, Dr. George, 1967-1968415 Kagan, Dr. Irving, 1967416 Kaiser, Makram, 1962-1963417 Kaiser, Dr. Robert L., 1961; 1967; 1970418 Karabatsos, Dr. Nick, 1976419 Klimenko, Prof. Sergei M., 1970420 Koford, Dr. Carl, 1958-1960421-22 Kokernot, Dr. Robert H., 1959-1973423 Kokko, Dr. U. Pentti, 1967-1973424 Koprowski, Dr. Hilary, 1966-1968425 Kost, Dr. Keith, 1969-1971426 Krugman, Dr. Saul, 1968427 Kurstak, Dr. Edourd, 1976428 Laigret, Dr. Jacques, 1966-1967429 Langmuir, Dr. Alex D., 1963-1968430 Last, Dr. John M., 1975431 LeDuc, James W., 1970-1973432 Lennette, Dr. Edwin H., 1961-1971433 Leschinskaya, Dr. Elena, 1967434 Libikova, Dr. Helena, 1961435 Loison, Dr. Guy, 1971-1972436 Loomis, Dr. Edmond C., 1973437 Lopes, Dr. Oscar S. de Souza, 1960-1966438 Lopez, Dr. Hector Campos, 1973439 Lord, Dr. Rexford D., 1959-1971440 Lvov, Dr. Dimitri K., 1969-1971441 Maguire, Malcolm, 1957-1959442 Manson-Bahr, Sir Philip, 1949-1953443 Marshall, Dr. Ian, 1961-1976444 McClure, Dr. Elliot, 1960-1967445 McCollum, Dr. Robert W., 1970446 McLean, Dr. Donald M., 1960-1971447 Melnick, Dr. Joseph, 1955-1957; 1961-1969448 Mettler, Dr. Norma, 1962-1966449 Meyer, Dr. K.F., 1958; 1962-1970450 Miles, Dr. John A. R., 1961-1970451 Millar, Dr. Jack W., 1962-1966452 Morgante, Dr. Odosca, 1960-1969453 Morrison, Dr. Robert S., 1956; 1960-1964454 Mosely, Dr. James W., 1962-1971455 Murthy, Dr. N.P. Narasimha, 1959-1960456 Nelson, Michael J., 1968457 Pandit, Dr. C.G., 1958-1960458 Parker, Dr. Dorothy, 1958459 Paul, Dr. John R., 1960-1970460 Pavri, Dr. Khorshed M., 1963-1970461 Paynter, Dr. Raymond A., 1965462 Peralta, Dr. Pauline H., 1961-1962463 Peterson, Roger T., 1961-1962464 Pond, Dr. William L., 1961-1966465 Raghavan, Dr. N.G.S., 1970466 Rajagopalan, Dr. P.K., 1957-1967467 Rajan, A.P.S., 1960-1965468 Rammelkamp, Dr. C.H., 1965469 Rantz, Dr. Lowell, 1964470 Rao, Dr. K.N., 1964471 Rao, Dr. R. Lakshmana, 1965472 Rao, Dr. T. Ramachandra, 1961-1969473 Rasad, Dr. Sjahriar, 1967474 Raska, Dr. Karel, 1961-1964475 Rasmussen, Dr. Fred, 1961-1973476 Rau, Urmila, 1967-1971477 Raush, Dr. Robert L., 1965478 Ravindran, Dr. Vijayalakshmi, 1969479-80 Reeves, Dr. William C., 1959-1975481 Rockefeller, David, 1969482 Rosen, Leon, 1964-1970483 Rosicky, Dr. Bohumir, 1962-1965484 Rothenburg, Dr. Morton, 1967485 Rozeboom, Dr. Lloyd, 1967-1969486 Rudnick, Dr. Albert, 1967487 Rusk, Dean, 1969488 Sabin, Dr. Albert B., 1962-1967489 Saenz, Dr. Arturo C., 1960-1974490 Sanmartin, Dr. Carlos, 1958-1965491 Scherer, Dr. William F., 1959-1970492 Schlesinger, Dr. R. Walter, 1963-1964; 1967493 Schneider, Dr. Nathan J., 1960494 Schroeder, Dr. Victor Manuel, 1973-1974495 Semenov, Prof. Boris, 1969496 Shaffer, Morris F., 1969497 Shah, Dr. Keerti V., 1956-196451 Shah, Shri K.K., 197052 Shelokov, Dr. Alexis, 1961-197553 Shope, Dr. Robert E., 1961-197654 Smadel, Dr. Joseph, 1961-196355 Smart, Dr. Keith L., 1966-197156 Smith, Dr. C.E. Gordon, 1960-1962; 1970-197257 Smith, Dr. Hugh H., 1957-197558 Smithburn, Dr. Ken C., 196259 Smorodintsev, Dr. Anatole A., 1941-1966510 Sonenshine, Dr. Daniel E., 1966-1968511 Stamm, Dr. Donald D., 1960-1966512 Stanley, Dr. Neville F., 1962-1977; 1982513 Steele, Dr. James H., 1965-1971514 Sudia, Dr. Daniel, 1967-1976515 Syrucek, Dr. Lubos, 1962; 1965516-31 Taylor, Dr. Richard M., 1954-1974532 Terzin, Alex, 1959-1963533 Theiler, Dr. Max, 1961-1962534 Trapido, Dr. Harold, 1955-1959535 Varma, Dr. M.G.R., 1958-1960536 Velimirovic, Dr. Boris, 1972-1973; 1977537 Vesenjak-Hirjan, Dr. Jelka, 1965-1973538 Vilches, Dr. Antonio M., 1962-1966539 Wehrle, Dr. Paul F., 1967540-41 Weinbren, Dr. Paul, 1954-197161 Williams, Dr. Miles C., 1961-196962 Woodall, Dr. John P., 1962-197063 Woolcock, Dr. John B., 196964 Work, Dr. Telford H., 1960-197565 Young, Dr. Martin D., 1964-197166 Young, Warren & Alix Kerr (Life Magazine), 1964-197067 Letters to Professionals, 1954-196568 East Europe Colleagues, 1959-196069 Eastern Colleagues, 1960-1961 General Project610 Alaska, 1960-1961611 Atlanta, 1960612 Australia, 1956613 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, 1968614 British Honduras, 1947-1966615 Buenos Aires, 1990616 Cairo, 1953-1954617 California, 1958-1959618 India, Personal, 1958-1960619-20 India, Very Important, 1948-1958621 Tampa Bay, 1961-1962 Rockefeller Foundation Project622 Letters, Morrison & Anderson, 1949-1958623 New York, 1950-1955624 NY to Cairo Move, 1952-1953625 Cairo to Poona Move, 1952-1954626 Letters, 1952-1955627 Letters, 1952-1958628 Cairo, 1953-1954629 Acknowledged Correspondence, 1954630 Poona, India, 1954-1955631 Letters, 1954-1955632 Telford Work-Rockefeller Foundation, 1955-1956633 Poona, India, 1955-1957634 Letters, 1955-1957635-36 Rockefeller Letters, 1955-1959637 Personnel, 1956-1957638 India to NY Lab Move, 1957-1958639 Personnel, 1958-1961 Publications640 Publications, General, 1958-1960641 Books, 1959 Job642 Florida Cattle Egrets, 1959643 Virus correspondence, 1953-1956644 U.S. Govt. Memorandum, 1965645 World Around Us (WAU), 1964-1966646 World Around Us (WAU), 1966-1968 Personal647 Family, 1958-1961648 Letters from Telford Work, 1954-1961649-50 Letters Received, 1952-1956651 Personal Letters (photograph), 1957-1960652 Special Letters, 1946-1948; 1989653 Mixed Correspondence, 1955-1961 Professional71 Notes from the Field, 1955-195772 Notes from the Field (C.N. Dandawate), 1955-195773 Notes from the Field (P.K. Rajagopalan), 1955-195774 Field Notes, 1955-195875 Notes from the Field (Ravi Iyengar), 1956-195776 Notes from the Field (B.S. Lamba), 1956-195777 Notes from the Field (F.M. Roderiguez), 1956-195878 Notes to Work in the Field, 1956-195879 Office Letters to Work in the Field, 1956-1958710 1945-1947, 1945-1947711 1947-1956, 1947-1956712 1948, 1948713 1948-1962, 1948-1962714 1952-1958, 1952-1958715 1956, 1956716-17 1956-1971, 1956-1971718 1957, 1957719 1958-1962, 1958-1962720 Summer 1959, 1959 Summer721 January-April 1960, 1960 Jan-April722 1964, 1964723 1965-1966, 1965-1966 Series 3: U.S. Navy Research, 1943-19901 linear foot
    This series contains directories, handbooks, newsletters, clippings, reports, and notes. Work spent his first years as a medical professional serving the Navy. As part of the U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit III, Work traveled on the USS Monongahela, an oil tanker transporting oil between the Middle East and Japan.

    724 Accumulating Data, 1954725 Armed Forces Epidemiological Board, Directory, 1965726 AFEB: Its First Fifty Years, 1990727 Celebration Dinner of the AFEB, program, 1990728 Clinical Aspects, Therapy, and Prophylaxis of Encephalitis, by M. Ya. Turetskiy, 1951729 Military Government Handbook: Marshall Islands, 1943730-31 Navy, 1945-1955732 Newsletters, 1951-1954733 Newspaper Clippings, 1950734 Specimens (notes), 1954735 United Nations Conference, 1945736 U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit III, Report, 1953737 U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit III, 1960; 1966738 U.S.S. Monongahela, 1957-1973739 V-12 Training on Navy Doctors, by Telford Hindley Work, 1946 Sept 1 Series 4: Rockefeller Foundation, 1950-19653.5 linear feet
    This series contains correspondence, photographs, administrative files, reports, research papers/notes, architectural drawings, data, and clippings. The series has also been further divided into three subseries: Egypt, India, and other research. His first major task with the Rockefeller Foundation was being assigned to work in Egypt at the Naval Medical Research Unit no. 3 (NAMRU-3). His work there, along with Dr. Richard Taylor, led to the isolation of the West Nile virus in a local village in the area. The India subseries have been further divided into sub-subseries to highlight the various aspects of his time in the country. The sub-subseries include: Virus Research Centre (VRC), Kyasanur Forest Disease (KFD), Human Serum Data, and general. As director of the VRC, Work not only oversaw the operation of the center, but he also had the responsibility to oversee the construction of the facility. His research into the KFD led to the better understanding of the disease. The third subseries, other research, contains information not specific to the other two including information from his time in the NY laboratory.

    Egypt740 West Nile Virus Data, 1951-195381 West Nile Virus, 1952-195582 West Nile Virus Neutralization Test Record Book, 195483 Indigenous Wild Birds of the Nile Delta, 195484 Indigenous Wild Birds of the Nile Delta, 195585 Ecology of West Nile Virus in Egypt (photographs), 195686 Dr. Work's Accident (photographs), 1953 India87 Maps, 195888-9 Reports & Notes, 1957-1959810 Correspondence, 1957-1963811 Papers, 1959812 Drafts of Special Reports, 1952-1956813 India Sera, 1952-1960Virus Research Centre814 Vellore Personnel, 1951-1956815 VRC-Poona Correspondence, 1957-1964816 Specimens Received at VRC from Irwin Hospital (Delhi), [ca.1955]817 List of VRC Personnel Vaccinated with RSSE Vaccine, [ca.1957]818 List of VRC Personnel Vaccinated with RSSE Vaccine, Group I, 1957819 List of VRC Personnel Vaccinated with 17-D (Yellow Fever) Virus, 1957820 List of VRC Field Personnel Vaccinated at Ullavi with 17-D (Yellow Fever) Virus, 1957821 Virus Research Centre Correspondence, 1958-1960822 New Laboratories, 1956-1957823 Pathology Department at Lucknow (drawing), 1956824 Master Set of Blue Prints, 1953-1954825 Site Plan, Proposed Virus Research Centre (drawing), 1956826 Ground Floor Plan, Proposed VRC (drawing), 1956827 First Floor Plan, Proposed VRC (drawing), 1956828-29 VRC Renovation (photographs; drawings), 1958-1959830 New Building, Virus Research Centre (photographs), 1961831 Modification of Mortuary of Pathology Building of King George Medical College for Virus Lab, [ca.1957]832 Vellore Notes, 1955-1956833 Vellore Serology, 1955-1956834 Vellore Collection Data, 1955835 Vellore Strains, 1957-1958836 Vellore-UBE Mosquito Paper, 1965837 Encephalitis Vellore, 1953-1957838-39 ICMR Meetings, 1950-1955840 ICMR Correspondence, 1954-1958841-42 ICMR Virus Request, 1956Kyasanur Forest Disease843-44 Pathology, 1955-195991 Original Draft-KFD, 1956-195792 Shimoga District Health Office, 1956-195793 KFD Virus Characteristics, 1956-195894 KFD Vaccine-New York, 1956-195895 KFD Paper (Draft), [ca.1956]96 KFD Virus, Human Isolations, 195797 KFD III Clinical Histories, 195798 Kyasanur Forest Investigation, Human Cares, 195799 KFD Investigation, 1957 May-June910 A Pictorial Account of the Discovery and Early Investigation of Kyasanur Forest Disease, by Telford H. Work, [ca.1957]911 Kyasanur Forest Disease III: A Preliminary Report on the Nature of the Infection and Clinical Manifestations in Human Beings, by Telford H. Work, et al, [ca.1957]912-13 KFD Correspondence, 1957-1958914 KFD Cases, 1957-1958915 KFD Epidemiology, Mysore Reports, 1957-1958916 KFD Vaccine-Field, 1957-1958917 KFD Vaccine-Laboratory, 1957-1958918 KFD Vaccine Project, 1957-1958919 KFD Virus Isolation Charts, 1957-1958920 KFD Correspondence & Notes (photographs), 1957-1960921 Kyasanur Forest Disease VII, 1958-1959922-23 KFD Data (photographs), 1958-1961924 Epidemiology of KFD in India (photographs), 1958-1964925 KFD Paper (Ribbon Copy), 1959926 KFD Vaccine Papers, 1961927 Natural Focalization of Hemorrhagic Fevers, by A.A. Avakin & A.D. Lebedev, 1955928 Jap B. Paper, 1955-1956929 Adaptation of Viruses of the Japanese B-West Nile Complex to Monkey Kidney and Chick Embryo Tissue Culture, by P.N. Bhatt & T.H. Work, 1956930 KFD Paper by Narasimha Murthy, 1957-1958Human Serum Data931 Report-G1424, 1955932 Report-G2266, [ca.1955]933 Report-G2464, [ca.1955]934 Report-G3012, [ca.1955]935 Report-G3159, [ca.1955]936 Report-G5139, [ca.1955]937 Report-G5287, [ca.1955]938 Report-G7247, [ca.1955]939 Report-G7441, 1956940 Report-G7481, 1956941 Report-G8049, 1956942 Report-G8142, 1956943 Report-G8335, 1956944 Report-G8924, 1956945 Report-G9044, 1956946 Report-G9473, 1956947 Report-G9601, 1956948 Report-G10051, 1957949 Report-G10310, 1957950 Report-G11185, 1957951 Report-G15534, 1957952 Report-G15578, 1957953 Report-G16146, 1957954 Report-G16283, 1957955 Report-G16310, 1957956 Report-G16919, 1957957 Report-G17266, 1957958 Report-G18345, 1957959 Report-G18374, 1957960 Report-G18491, 1957961 Report-G20217, 1957962 Report-G21759, 1957963 Report-G21760, 1957964 Report-P4081, [ca.1957]965 Report-P4230, [ca.1957]966 Report-P7969, [ca.1957]967 Report-P8640, [ca.1957]968 Report-P9122, [ca.1957]969 Report-P9422, [ca.1957] General970 Translation of Russian Paper, 1958971 Incidence of Antibodies to Four Arthropod Borne Viruses in Residents of Poona, by K.V. Shah, [ca.1957]972 Russian Spring Summer Virus in India, by Telford H. Work, [ca.1957]973 Methods for Production and Testing of Japanese Encephalitis and Russian Spring Summer Encephalitis Mouse Brain Vaccine, [ca.1957]974 Bird Studies (photographs), 1954-1957975 1955 Delhi Jaundice Report, 1956976 Kolaba Field Program, 1955977 Data from Poona, 1955-1958978 Species of Mosquitoes Collected from the Krishna Area, 1956 Aug-Dec979 Data-Serological Collections from Human Beings at Sriaja & Horse at Bang Phra, Jolbari, Thailand, 1956980 Delhi Hepatitis, 1956981 Lab Reports, 1956 Nov-Dec982 Serology, General, 1956101 Monkey Pathology Forms, 1957-1958102-3 Shimoga District History Sheets, 1957-1958104 Data-Antibiotics, [ca.1957]105 List-Publication from Division of Virus Research & Medical Zoology, Institute for Medical Research, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, 1958106 Shimoga Diagnostic Virus Laboratory, 1958107 Khadakvasla Equine Encephalitis, 1958108-9 Data, IG3012-G16146, 1958-19601010-12 Data, II G16283-Turlock II, 1958-19601013 Rainfall Data in Girnar Forests, [ca.1958]1014 Indian Strains, 19591015 Indian Strains: Work Sheets, 1959-19601016 Manuscript Draft: Goat Tick Viruses in India, 19611017-18 Tick-Borne Spring-Summer Encephalitis, 1957-19581019 Laboratory Photographs, [ca.1958]1020 Insurance (Telford Work), 1952-19551021 Draft Letters to Dr. Pandit, 1953-19561022 Jamshedpur Publicity, 19541023 Request Sent-Pending, 19541024 References, 19541025 Mail Orders, 1954-19561026 Requisitions, 1954-19561027 Discussions in Delhi-CGP, 19551028 Baggage Import, 1955-19571029 Work Schedules, 1955-19581030 For RSM, 1955-19591031 Dr. Work's File, 19561032 1958 USA Home Leave, 1956-19571033 Rajendra Hospital, Patiala, 19571034 They Were Sent From God, chapter XV (extract), [undated]32 Photographs, 1956 Other Research1035 Virology, General, 1944-19561036-37 Care & Feeding of Mouse Colony in the DMPH Laboratories, New York (photographs), 1949-19581038-39 WHO Viruses & Birds, 1950-19611040 Rockefeller Foundation-General Information, 1952-1955111-2 Correspondence & Notes, 1954-1956113-4 PL 480 Fund Project: Tick Borne Viruses in Poland (photographs), 1955-1964115 Australia Tour, 1956116 Notes, 1956-1957117 Progress Report, Virus Lab, 1957118 [In Spanish] Report of the Commission of Study, 1958119 Travel, 1958-19601110 Blue Sheets, 1958-19601111 Cosmos & Sal, Letters, 1958-19601112 Collection of Summaries of Papers Published by the Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology in Prague During 1958, 19591113 Rockefeller Institute Memos, 1959-19601114 [In Spanish] Epidemiólogo estadístico, 1959-19611115 WHO Study Group on Arthropod-Borne Viruses, 19601116 Trip to SL USA (photographs), 1960 Jan1117 Maps, Venezuela, 1960-19621118 Group B Reagents Isolation, 1960-19621119 [In Spanish] Gravemente del Strubbles, 19611120 PL 480 Negotiation Forms, 1961-19621121 Field Stations, 19621122-24 Reports & Letters, 1955-1959 Series 5: CDC, 1959-19715 linear feet
    This series contains correspondence, photographs, administrative files, reports, research papers/notes, data, and clippings. The series has been divided into ten subseries: Florida, other US, USSR, Argentina, Venezuela, Caribbean and Latin American, viruses/diseases, tests/data, research papers, and other research. As director of Virology Section for the institution, Work lead several investigation of outbreaks in the US. Each subseries highlight the efforts and work that he performed. It should be noted that some of the information in this series, especially for the Argentina, Venezuela, and Caribbean and Latin America subseries, contain material that are in Spanish. The USSR subseries also contains material that is in Russian.

    Florida1125-26 Arthropod-Borne Viruses in Florida, Big Cypress Seminole Field Study, 1959-19621127 Correspondence, 19601128 Cases, 19621129 Arthropod-Borne Viruses, General File, 1960-19621130 Florida-Yale Strains, Reference Work, 19611131-33 Florida Epidemic Data, 1961-19621134 Virus Isolations of the Bunyamwera Group from Florida Mosquitoes, by Roy W. Chamberlain, 19621135 Symposium on Tampa Bay-St. Louis Encephalitis, 19621136 Pinellas County Serological Survey, 19621137 Tampa Bay Regional Encephalitis Investigations, 1962121-2 Notes & Correspondence, 1962123-4 Correspondence & Reports, 1962-1963125-6 SLE Papers-AJTMH, 1963127-9 Tampa Bay SLE 1962 Publicity, 1962-19631210 Arboviruses in Everglades National Park, 1962-19641211 Encephalitis Diagnostic Studies, 1962-19641212 Florida Encephalitis, 1962-19641213 Birmingham Isolate, Florida, Pittsburg, 19631214 Board of Health Advisory Committee-Encephalitis, 19631215 Memorandum, 1963-19641216 Public Health Officers Conference-Jacksonville, 1963 Feb1217 SLE Florida 1962 Monograph & Papers, 19631218 Pinellas County Survey, 19631219 SLE Paper (Final Drafts)-AJIM & H, 19631220 Serological Evidence of Arbovirus Infection in the Seminole Indians of Southern Florida, 19641221 Clearwater Survey Manuscript, 19641222 Everglades Virus Isolations-Rodents Captured, 19641223-24 Correspondence & Data, 1964-19661225 Everglades National Park, 19661226 Arbovirus Symposium, 1966 Other U.S.1227 EEE-Boston, 19601228 California Encephalitis, 1964-19661229 EEE-Georgia, Notes, 19631230 APHA Southern Branch (Georgia), 1965 April 71231 SLE-Houston Draft, 19641232-33 Houston Report-Encephalitis, 1964-19651234-35 SLE Houston, 1964-1966131 Obscure Disease-Mississippi, 1963132 EEE-North Carolina, 1965133 1964-1965 Ohio Encephalitis, 1966134 Encephalitis-Pennsylvania, 1965135 EEE-South Carolina, 1965136 Utah Survey, 1961-1966137 Utah Sera, 1963-1966138 EEE-Virginia; Maryland, 1965 USSR139 1965 Mission to USSR, 1961-19661310 Dr. Work's USSR File, 1962-19651311-12 Photographs, 19631313 T. Work's Trip to Moscow-Clippings, 19651314 Hemorrhagic Fevers in the Soviet Union, Book II, 19651315 1965 Mission on Hemorrhagic Fevers, 19651316 Hemorrhagic Fever-Soviet Union, 1965-19661317-20 FY 1966 Program Planning, Virology Section, 1948-1969Argentina1321-22 Correspondence, Notes, and Clippings, 1960-19621323Argentina Hemorrhagic Fever, 19621324 [In Spanish] El ministerio de la educación de la nación, universidad nacional de Eva Perón, 19551325 [In Spanish] Enumeración sistemática de los vertebrados de la provincia de Buenos Aires, 19571326 [In Spanish] Universidad Nacional De La Plata, 1958-19611327 [In Spanish] Virosis Hemorrágica Del Noroeste Bonaerense, 19591328 [In Spanish] Provincia De Buenos Aires Gobernacion, 19601329 [In Spanish] Aislamiento Y Tipificatión De Un Virus Tipo Este, 19601330 [In Spanish] Revista de Investigaciones Ganaderas, núm. 8, 19601331 [In Spanish] Le Semana Médica, Tomo 116; 118, 1960-19611332-34 [In Spanish] Z Serie Tecnica (Nueva Serie), no.1; 3-4; 6-20, 1960-19621335 [In Spanish] Centro De Educacion Medica E Investigaciones Clinicas (CEMIC), 1961-19621336 [In Spanish] Observaciones Ecologicas Del Vampiro, Tomo VI, no. 4, 19611337 [In Spanish] Acta Kravsi, 1961 Junio (June)1338 Propagation of Junin Virus, the Etiological Agent of Argentinian Hemorrhagic Fever, in HeLa Cell Cultures, 19611339 Studies with the Etiologic Agent og Argentinian Epidemic Hemorrhagic Fever (Junin Virus), 19621340-41 [In Spanish] Clinica De Salubridad De Campesinos (photographs), 1962-19631342 [In Spanish] Mal De Los Rastrojos: Fiebre Hemorragica Del Noreste De La Provincia De Buenos Aires, 1962141 [In Spanish] Mal De Rastrojos, Notes, 1962; 1964142 Argentine Hemorrhagic Fever Vaccination with Inactivated Junin Virus, 1965143 Brochure-[In Spanish] Asociacion Zuliana De Turismo, [undated]144 [In Spanish] Epidemiologia Del Mal De O Higgins, 1958 Venezuela145-7 Venezuelan Report, 1962-1965148 Venezuelan Morbidity Reports, 1963-1965149 Venezuela Information, [undated]1410 A Review of Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (VEE), 19621411 VEE Data on Guajira Epidemic, 1962-19631412 VEE Notes, 19631413 VEE Report, 19631414 Massive Cerebral Necrosis of the Fetus in Maternal Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (VEE), by Franz Wagner, [ca.1963]1415 VEE Consultation, 1964 Sept 151416-17 VEE Consultation Report, 19641418 VEE Commission, 19651419 Investigations During Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Outbreaks in Venezuela 1962-1964, [ca.1965]1420 VEE-Maps (photographs), [ca.1965]1421 Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis, by Robert E. Kissling & Roy W. Chamberlain, [ca.1965]1422 Outline-Collective Investigation & Research of Enzootic & Epidemic VEE in Venezuela, [undated]1423 [In Spanish] Aislamiento De Virus De Encefalomielitis Equina, 19591424 [In Spanish] Instituto Venezolano De Investigaciones Cientificas, 1959-19641425 [In Spanish] Republica De Venezuela (photographs), 1963-19641426 [In Spanish] Ministerio De Sanidad Y Asistencia, 1963-19651427 [In Spanish] El Brote De Encefalitis Equina Venezolana, 19641428-29 [In Spanish] Informe Sobre La Encefalitis Equina Venzolana En Venezuela (photographs), 1964 Sept 15-241430 [In Spanish] Instituto Nacional De Higiene: Informe De Las Actividades Del Semestre, 19641431 [In Spanish] Encefalitis Venezolana Y Otras Arbovirosis, 1964-19651432 [In Spanish] Ministerio De Sanidad Y Asistencia Social, 1964-1965 Caribbean & Latin America1433 University of West Indies-Reports, 1958-19661434 Caribbean Encephalitis, 1962-19631435 Jamaica Consultation, 1960-19711436 South American Tour in Connection with 7th International Congresses on Tropical Medicine & Malaria, 19631437 Bolivian Hemorrhagic Fever, 1962-19651438-39 Panama Canal Study Commission, 1965-1967 Viruses/Diseases1440 Argas Tick Viruses (photograph), 19661441 Cercopithecus Disease, 19671442 Cowbone Ridge Virus, 1965-1967151-2 Encephalitis Surveillance, 1961-1966153 Encephalitis Information, 1963-1971154 Encephalitis Research Center, 1964155-6 Hemorrhagic Fever Delegation, 1956-1968157 Hemorrhagic Fever Information Exchange, 1964158 Hemorrhagic Fevers-Notes, 1965159-10 Hemorrhagic Fever Mission, 1964-19661511 Jamshedpur Fever/Reyes Syndrome, 19661512 Smallpox Fiasco, 19651513 Yellow Fever, 1965 Tests/Data1514 DITD Field Operations-Arid Zones, Entomological Data, 1955; 19681515 Arbovirus Unit Summaries, 1962-19631516 Tabrel Reports, 1962-19631517 Arboviruses Isolated from Birds, 19641518-19 Human Data-Dengue Investigations, 19641520 Tests & Evaluations, 19641521 Data, 19651522 Vellore PL 480 Enterovirus Project Results, 1965-19661523 Data-Incidence of Viral Hepatitis, Active Duty Army Personnel in Specified Areas, 1967 Research Papers1524 Arthropod-Borne Virus Research Unit of the Department of Bacteriology, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 1961-19621525 Tabulation of the Survey of State and Territorial Laboratories, 1962 June 11-161526 Non-Human Vertebrates as Obligate Hosts for Anthropod-Borne Viruses, by Telford H. Work, 19621527 Arboviruses Isolated from Argas Ticks in Egypt: Quaranfil, Chenuda, and Nyamanini, by R.M. Taylor, et al, 19651528 Relationship of Birds and Arboviruses, by Donald D. Stamm, 19651529 Birth of a New Division, by T.H. Work, 19661530 Dengue Fever in A Puerto Rican Community, by John M. Neff, et al, 19661531 Structural Differences Among Arboviruses, by G.H. Bergold, et al (photographs), 19661532 Biologic and Immunogenic Properties of Langet TP-21 Virus, by A.A. Smorodintsev, et al, [undated] Other Research1533 FY 1962 Health Program, 19611534 RESA Constitution & Correspondence, 1962-19641535 Communicable Disease Center-Atlanta, 1962-19711536-38 CDC 1965 Data,, 1964-19661539 State & Territorial Lab Directors (photographs), 1964-19661540 CDC Virology Section, 1965-19671541 CDC Correspondence, 1966161 WHO Study, 1956162 PAHO Report, 1962-1963163 International Activities/Participants, Charts, 1965-1966164 SLE Clippings & Notes, 1959-1966165 Arbovirus Vaccination, 1960-1962166 Arbovirus Writings, Drafts, 1960-1965167 Letters of Recommendation, 1960-1965168 North Arcot District (India), 1960-196632 North Arcot District (India) Map, [ca.1965]169 Course File, 1961-19661610 VRP 55 Germfree Products, 1962-19661611 Article for Natural History Magazine by Dr. Stamm, 19631612 2nd Meeting of the FAO/OIE Expert Panel on Tick-Borne Diseases of Livestock, 19631613 India-Kyasanur Forest Disease IV, 19631614 LBCF Manuel, 1963-19641615 USDA Equine Serology, 1963-19661616 Eastern India in 1954-1955 Group B, Anthropod-Borne Virus Antibodies in Residents, 19641617 Flight Log Notes, 19641618 Clippings, 19641619 Notes, 19641620 Arbovirus Impingement on the Natural History of Man, by Telford H. Work (w/ correspondence), 19641621 Cranbrook Institute of Science, 1964-19651622 H5-Correspondence & Notes, 1964-19661623 NAMRU-4 Events, 19651624 Epidemiology Summary (Foreign), 1965-19661625 Suggested Priority List for Reagent Production, 19661626 Interbranch Seminar on Prevention & Control of Arbovirus Encephalitis, 19661627 Vellore, India Christian Medical College & Hospital-Annual Report Enterovirus Laboratory, 19661628 Newspaper Clippings, 19661629 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1966-19671630 Proposal for the Production of Colorado Tick Fever, Seed Virus Pool and Hyperimmune Sera, [undated]1631 Cerebral Disorders in Infants and Children at Batavia: A Record of 1405 Cases, by Dr. W.J.C. Verhaart, 19411632 An Analysis of Mosquito Collections with Special Reference to the Incidence and Prevalence of Culex Vishnui in the Japanese B Encephalitis Infected Localities of North Arcot District, Madras State, India from December 1955 through December 1957, by P.K. Rajagopalan & Telford H. Work, 1965 Series 6: UCLA, 1961-19904 linear feet
    This series contains correspondence, photographs, administrative files, reports, meeting minutes, research papers/notes, and clippings. The series has been divided into seven subseries: personal, Australia, Mexico, viruses/diseases, tests/data, research papers, and other research. Work served as professor and head of the Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases department at the university. Some of the material in the Mexico subseries is in Spanish.

    Personal1633 Certificate-EPI Study Section, 19751634 Certificates-American Public Health Association; Texas Branch American Society for Microbiology, 1958; 19711635 Transfer from CDC, 1959-19701636 SPH Student Photographs, 1967-19831637-38 UCLA Academic Senate, 1961-19721639-40 Memos & Academic Policy, 1970-19801641-42 Correspondence, 19731643 Correspondence, 19871644-47 Mail, 1965-1977171-3 Important Mail, 1970-1978174 Minutes-Epidemiology Faculty Meeting, 1978-1980175 Minutes-Epidemiology Faculty Meeting, 1979-1984176 [In Spanish] Informes Reuniones Anuales, 1980-1985177 [In Spanish] Reunion De Directores De Salud Animal De Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Paraguay Y Uruguay, Sobre Encepfalitis Equina, 1989178 [In Spanish] III Reunion Annual De Sanidad Animal, [undated] Australia179 Sabbatical, 19781710 Correspondence, 19821711 Murray Valley Encephalitis, 1965-19751712-13 Working Group on Australian Encephalitis, 1976-19781714 Clippings-Philip Brachman, 1977-19781715 The Kimberley: A Summary of Its Natural resources and Development, 19771716 MVE Kimberley's Clinical, 1977-19781717 Tropical Medicine Western Australia, 1978-19791718 Arboviruses Western Australia, 1978-19791719-20 Arbovirus Data-Australia Sabbatical, 19781721 Germicidal Paint, 1978-19791722 Appendixes, 19801723 Australian Arbovirus Encephalitis in Western Australia, 19811724 Purari Paper, 1964-19791725 Papua New Guinea-Tomi Petr, 1977-19791726 Papua New Guinea Study, 19781727 Vector Mosquitoes and Human Arbovirus Infections of the Purari River Drainage Gulf Province of Paupa Niuguini, by Telford H. Work, et al, 19781728 Purari River (WABO) Hydroelectric Scheme Environmental Studies, Vol. 8: Viral and Parasitic Infections of the People of the Purari River and Mosquito Vectors in the Area, ed. M. Alpers, 1980 Mexico1729 VEE, 19711730 Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Epidemic Investigations: A Confidential Report on VEE Virus, Vector and Host Ecology Studies in Texas and Mexico, 19711731 [In Spanish] Encefalitis Equina Venezolana en Mexico, 19721732 Newspaper Clippings, 1971181 VEE in Mexico-Threat to U.S., 1971-1972182 VEE Reports & Note, 1971-1972183 VEE Vaccine, 1972184 VEE Mexico Surveillance, 1972-1973185 VEE Isolation Laboratory, 1972186 Mexico VEE Data (photographs; slides), 1972187 VEE Correspondence, 1972-1973188 VEE DITD Vaccination, 1973189 Mosquito Transmission of Arboviruses at the Mexican Border, 19731810 Historical Evolution of Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis: Inferences as to Its Future Occurrence, by Telford H. Work, 19741811 U.S.-Mexico Border Health Association, 1974-1976 Viruses/Diseases1812 Arbovirus Encephalitis, [ca.1970]1813 Arboviruses-JBE, WN Complex, 19701814 California Encephalitis Virus Transmission, [ca.1970]1815 Encephalitis Threat, 19731816 Hemorrhagic Fevers (notes), [undated]1817 Influenza Epidemiology Information (w/gaps), 1941-19901818 On the Japanese B-West Nile Virus Complex, or An Arbovirus Problem of Six Continents, by Telford H. Work, 19711819 Myxoviruses, [ca.1977]1820 Rocky Mt. Lab Trip, 1969-19701821 Rubella, 1964-19731822 St. Louis Encephalitis (SLE) Virus, [ca.1970]1823 Scrub Typhus, 19891824 Small Pox, 1972-19801825 Tick-Borne Encephalitis in Russia (poster), 19651826 Unconventional Viruses, 1964 Tests/Data1827-28 Department of Health, Education & Welfare, National Institutes of Health-Division of Research Grants, Epidemiological & Disease Control Study Section Minutes, 1971 April 21-231829-37 Study Section, 1971-19741838 Data Collected, 1972191-2 Haemgglutination & Inhibition-Test, 1978193 Synopsis, [undated] Research Papers194 Report of a Consultant to the Medico-Ecology Program of the Atlantic-Pacific Interoceanic Canal Studies Commission, by Telford H. Work, 1967 April195 VI Predictions and Plans for the Future of Arbovirus Vaccines, by Telford H. Work, 1969196 Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance: The Continuing Assessment of Health in a Population, by Telford H. Work, 1971197-8 Pan-American Health Organization Manuscript, 1971 Sept199 Ecodynamics Series, no. 72-1: Ecology Studies in Western Utah, 19711910 Monthly Comparison of 1973 Light-Trap Collections of Culex Tarsalis Mosquitoes in a Focus of Western Equine and St. Louis Encephalitis Virus Transmission, by Gary G. Clark, Telford H. Work, & John L. Moss, 19741911 Studies of Methods for Reducing Mosquito Populations in the Vicinity of the Yuma Proving Grounds, Arizona, in Relation to Irrigation, Wildlife Habitat, and Vector-Borne Diseases, 1974 Dec1912 Tropical and Subtropical Mosquitoes of Importance to California, by Telford H. Work, 19751913 Vector Mosquitoes and Human Arbovirus Infections of the Purari River Drainage, by Telford H. Work & Martine Jozan, [ca.1979]1914 Arboviruses of North America, by Telford H. Work, [ca.1980]1915 The Unknown Viruses, by Virus Research Centre, Poona, India, 1981 May 181916 Review and Assessment of the Environmental Surveillance Program at Dugway Proving Ground (c.1), 19841917 Review and Assessment of the Environmental Surveillance Program at Dugway Proving Ground (c.2), 19841918 Ecological Evidence of SLE Virus Transmission in Southern California, by Telford H. Work, et al (draft), 19851919 Clinical Venezuelan Encephalomyelitis Infection of Man, by Telford H. Work (draft), 19871920 Comments on the Review of the University of California Center for Research on Biological Control, by Telford H. Work, [ca. 1987] Other Research1921 DITD: Insectary Information (drawings), 1966-19701922 AFEB Directory, 1966-19711923 Tropical Medicine, chapters 1-3, 1966-19761924 Evaluation of the Effect of Fresh Serum Factor in the Neutralization of Dengue Viruses, by Kalyan Banerjee, 19671925 Gulf Coast Project: Serological Studies on Arboviruses in Louisiana, 19671926 Species Codes, Leg Band Sizes, & AOU # of North American Birds, 19671927 Teheran Abstracts, 1967-19681928 Reports, 1967-19711929 DITD Field Operations: Santa Cruz Island, 1967-19761930 Christian Medical College (Vellore, India), 19681931 ASTM&H Committees, 1968-19691932 DITD Field Operations: Arid Zone-Salton Sea, 1968-19711933 Travel Request-Dr. Roger Detels, 1968-19731934 Foreign Program, 1968-19731935 California Mosquito Control Association, 1968-19751936 Ecology & Epidemiology Div.-Schedule of Studies, 19691937 NIH Proposal Review, Epidemic of Dengue Virus Infection in West Africa, 19691938 Thomas Francis, Jr. Fund, University of Michigan, 19691939 USSR, 19691940 VEE-Venezuela, 19691941 The President's Message, 19701942 Lecture on Global Epidemiology-Stanford University Medical School, 1970 April 16-171943 DITD Wister State Refuge Finney Lake, 1970-19711944 Third International Conference on Comparative Virology, 1970-19711945 Wild Monkey Capture-Release-Recapture Program, 19711946 Reports & Correspondence, 1971-19781947 Deprivation of Students (Breslow/Clark/Detels), 1971-19781948 Communicable Disease Unit, LAC-USC Medical Center/1st Year Medical Students, 19721949 Chinese Medicine & Public Health-NIH Washington, DC (photograph), 1972 March 15201 Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, NIH, 1973-1974202 Fall 1973 Lecture, University Wide Center-Biological Control, 1973-1975203 Publications: Karl F. Meyer/James H. Steele, 1974-1976204 LA School of Public Health, 1975205 Review of International Center for Biological Control UCB & VCI, 1975 April 14-15, 1970-1975206 H.A. Standfast, 1977207 Techniques & Equipment, 1978208 Operations Guide, 1978209-10 County of Los Angeles-Dept. Health Services, 1983-19852011 Bellagio Center, 1984-19852012 Dugway Proving Ground Biological Warfare, Notes, 19842013 SLE Research Proposals, 19852014 Vaccine Procedures USAMRIID, 1987-19892015 Delhi Hepatitis: Eli Delhic Papers, 19882016 Report & Correspondence-Maiztegui, 1988-19892017Argentina Caraballa, Guadalupe, 19902018 Roche Laboratories, 1990 Series 7: Reports and Research Papers, 1953-19811.75 linear feet
    This series has been divided into three subseries: annual, research papers, and general. The annual reports subseries contain various reports from his various career appointments. Research papers are comprised of written reports that were either meant for various publications and/or presentations. Most of which were written by Work.

    Annual Reports2019 United States Naval Research Unit, No. 3, 19532020 Egypt, 19532021 Report from the Director, Poona, India, 19552022 Krishna Godavari Field Area, Zoology, 1955-19562023 Report of the Director, Poona, India, 19562024 Report of the Director (c.2), 19562025 Report to the Director, 1956-19572026 Report of the Director, 19572027 Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 19582028 United States Army Medical Unit, 19582029 Belem Virus Laboratory (Brazil), 19592030 1959 Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 19602031 Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 19602032 Virology Section (CDC), 1962-19642033 University of the West Indies, 1963 July 31-August 1 1964 Arbovirus Studies, [ca.1965]2034 WHO Regional Reference Lab, 19662035 1967 Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 1968211 1968 Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 1970212 Arbovirology Unit July 1969-June 1970, 1969-1970213 Studies on Arthropod-Borne Viruses (U) Annual Progress Report, 1971214-5 Department of Microbiology, University of Western Australia, 1973-1981216 Progress Report, 1974-1975217 Yale Arbovirus Research Unit, 1975 Research Papers218 Preliminary Studies on the Infection of Culcine Mosquitoes with Viruses Isolated in South India, 1956219 Summary of Preliminary Report of Investigations of the Virus Research Centre of an Epidemic Disease Affecting Forrest Villagers and Wild Monkeys of Shimoga District, Mysore, 19572110 Investigation of Arthropod-Borne Virus Diseases: California, 19572111 Kyasanur Forrest Disease III: A Preliminary Report on the Nature of the Infection and Clinical Manifestations in Human Cases, By Telford H. Work, et al, 19572112 Reports of the Osteuropa-Institute of the Free University Berlin, No. 28, Medical Series: Virus Encephalitides in the Soviet Union and in Central Europe, 19572113 Kyasanur Forest Disease Tables & Charts, 1957-19582114 Kyasanur Forrest Disease, General, 1957-19582115 The Infection of Haemaphysalis Spinigera with G 11338 by Feeding and the Transmission of the Virus by the Bite of an Infected Tick, 19582116 Report on Studies of Anthropod-Borne Virus Infection in Jamaica-West Indies (1956 to date), [ca.1959]2117 WHO-Study Group on Anthropod-Borne Viruses, 19602118 Report on Studies of Anthropod-Borne Virus Infection in Jamaica-West Indies (August 1962-July 1963), [ca.1964]2119 Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (1st draft), 19642120 Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis, 19642121 Preliminary-Collection Trip East of Venezuela, 19642122 Report on the Catalogue of the Arthropod-Borne Viruses of the World, by R.M. Taylor, editor, 1965 March2123 Report on Studies of Anthropod-Borne Virus Infection in Jamaica-West Indies (August 1964-July 1965), [ca.1966]2124 Technical Report-Arthropod-Borne Virus Studies of the Bonneville Basin, April 1, 1969-March 3, 1970, 1970 Sept2125-26 Arbovirus Progress Reports, UWA Department of Microbiology, 1976-19782127 Mosquito Investigation No. 2: Shire of Wanneroo, by Andrew Blair, 1978 Aug2128 A Means of Identifying the Common Mosquitoes of the Perth Metropolitan Area, 1978 Sept2129 Viral Central Nervous System and Enteric Disease in Southern Nevada, 1980 Summer2130 Isolations of St. Louis Encephalitis Virus from Post-Mortem Tissues of Human Cases in 1962 Florida Epidemic, 1981 General2131-32 Interim Reports, 1955-19562133 Reports to the Field, 1955-19572134 Run Reports, 1955-19602135 Madras State, 19562136 Pasteur Institute of Southern India, Coonoor, 19562137 Virus Research Centre, Poona, India, [ca.1957]2138 Japanese B Encephalitis, [ca.1957]2139 Rockefeller Foundation, Confidential Monthly, 1957 Dec 1221 Mysore KFD, 1958222 European Tour,, 1958 Sept-Oct223 Serological Report on Convalescents & Contacts, [ca.1958]224 VRC Monthly Reports, 1958-1959225 Report from Dr. G.H. Bergold, 1964226 Reports, No. 15, 1967 March227 Special Report-Catalogue of Arthropod-Borne Viruses of the World, 1968 March228 Annual Report on Catalogue of Arthropod-Borne Viruses of the World by Subcommittee for Exchange Information, 1971229 Correspondence on the Discovery and Original Investigations on Kuru: Smadel-Gajdusek Correspondence, 1955-1958, 1975 Series 8: Conferences, 1957-19792.75 linear feet
    This series contains correspondence, photographs, research papers/notes, proceedings, and ephemera. The series has been divided into four subseries: lectures, American Committee on Arthropod-Borne Viruses (ACAV), Armed Forces Epidemiological Board-Commission on Viral Infections (AFEB-CVI), and other. The lectures subseries contains information about the various lectures Work presented at various institutions including Stanford and Harvard Medical School. Work was a member of both the ACAV and AFEB-CVI. Both these subseries contain material regarding the various conferences and meeting the groups held. The other subseries contains material about other conferences, symposium, and meetings that Work attended and/or presented during his medical career.

    Lectures2210 University of Texas Medical School, 1968 March 202211 Stanford University, 1968 Nov 262212 Harvard Medical School, 1968 Dec 182213 UC-Davis, 1969 Feb 132214-15 1969 Regents' Lecturer for Fall Quarter (C.G. Pandit), 1960-19702216 1973 Feb 8 VEE Presentation, 1973-19792217 Nutritional Diseases, [undated] American Committee on Anthropod-Borne Viruses (ACAV)2218-19 Minutes, 1961-1963, 19662220-21 Committee on Serological Reagents, 1961-19662222 Relation of Birds to Anthropod-Borne Viruses, Atlanta, 1962 Feb 16-172223 Executive Meetings, 1963, 1966-19682224-26 Committee on Information Exchange, 1964-19682227 Open Meetings, 1965-19682228 NIH, 1966 May 12-132229 International Advisory Committee, 19662230-31 Catalog Publication, 1966-19682232 Catalogue Publication Registration, 19712233 Subcommittee on Birds & Other Vertebrates, 1968 March2234 Subcommittee Meeting, 1969-19702235 Arbovirus Catalogue Questionnaire, 1969-19702236 Memorandum, 1975-19782237-38 R.M. Taylor Award (photographs), 1965-1966231 R.M. Taylor Award-Moscow, 1966232 R.M. Taylor Award (photographs), 1967233 R.M. Taylor Award, 1968 Armed Forces Epidemiological Board-Commission on Viral Infections234 Washington, DC, 1961 Oct 26-27235 Washington, DC, 1962 March 8-9 & Oct 24-25236 Washington, DC, 1963 March 11-12237 Washington, DC, 1963 Oct 10-11238-10 Washington, DC, 1964 March 16-172311 Washington, DC, 1964 Oct 15-162312 Washington, DC, 1965 March 18-19 & Oct 14-152313 Washington, DC, 1966 March 21-22 & Oct 13-142314 Washington, DC, 1968 March 21-23 & Oct 22-232315 Washington, DC, 1969 Oct 22-232316 General, 1964-19662317 Minutes, 19662318 Progress Reports, 1966-19672319 Dengue Task Force, 1966-19702320 Revised Operating Procedures, 1967 Jan 202321 Final Report on Ecology of Powassan Virus, 19672322 Catalog of Registered Viruses, 1967 Dec2323 Agenda of Meetings, 1967 Other2324 WHO: Proceedings of Informal Meeting on Arthropod-Borne Viruses, 1958 September2325 WHO: Virus Meetings,, 1958; 1962-1963 19672326 WHO: Scientific Group on Birds as Disseminators of Arthropod-Borne Viruses, Geneva, 1959 March 9-142327-33 WHO: Inter-Regional Seminar on Mosquito-Borne Hemorrhagic Fevers, Bangkok, Thailand, 1964 Oct 19-26241-3 Gould House Meetings, 1958-1962244 Conference on Animal Disease & Human Health, 1957245 Eight Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Pathologists, 1957246 Proceedings of the Ninth Pacific Science Congress, 1957247-9 Proceedings of the Conference on Kyasanur Forest Disease (photographs), 1957 Aug 29-312410 Rockefeller Foundation, 1957-19582411 American Society of Tropical Medicine: Mend Symposium, 1958-19592412 ASTMH, Los Angeles, 1960 Nov2413 Symposium on the Biology of Viruses of the Tick-Borne Encephalitis Complex, 19602414 Industrial Council for Tropical Health, Harvard School of Public Health, 1960 July 20-222415 Tashkent Conference (photographs), 1960-19632416 American Public Health Association, Detroit, 19612417 American Society of Tropical Medicine (Atlanta), 19612418 HAI Antibodies of Man and Animals in the Serological Epidemiology of Tick-borne Encephalitis (TE) Complex Virus Infections, 19612419 Arbovirus Immunization Symposium-Smadel, 19622420 Diagnostic Reagents Manufacturers, Agenda, 19622421 Proceedings of Seventh International Congresses on Tropical Medicine & Malaria (Rio De Janeiro), 1963 Sept 62422 Proceedings of Seventh International Congresses on Tropical Medicine & Malaria, 19642423 Counterinsurgency, Ft. Bragg, NC, 1964 April 20-222424 NIAID Arbovirus Committee, 1965-19662425 Proceedings of Symposium held in Tokyo at the 11th Pacific Congress, 1966 Aug 23-252426 Arbovirus Committee, Second Mailing List, 1966 May2427 APHA, Miami, 1967 Oct 23-282428 18th Annual Southwestern Conference on Diseases in Nature Transmissible to Man, 1968 April 25-262429 Workshop: "Virus Diseases Which Impede Colonization of Non-Human Primates", 1968 May 22-242430 First International Conference for Virology, Helsinki, Finland, 1968 July 14-202431 Section A.5.1.1-3: 8th International Congress, Teheran, 1968 Sept 7-152432 1968 Synopsis of Catalogue of Arthropod-Borne Viruses of the World, 19692433 Trans-Gulf Migrants & Epizootology of Arboviruses in North America, Novosibirsk, USSR, 1969 July 20-272434 Viral-Rickettsial Registry Committee, Boston, 1970 April2435 20th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, Boston, 19712436 First Bi-National Meeting, Mexico, 1971 Aug2437 Seminar for Public Health Education, 1974 June 27-282438 Potential Role of Birds in the Epidemiology of Arbor Viruses, 1974251 California Mosquito Control Association, Stockton, California, 1972 Jan 30-31-Feb 1-2252 Proceedings-Forty-Forth Annual Conference of the California Mosquito Control Association, Inc., 1976 Jan 25-28253 Proceedings of West Africa Conference, 1976 April 11-15254-5 John E. Fogarty International Center, 1977-1978256 Proceedings, [undated] Series 9: Arthropod-Borne Virus Information Exchange, 1958-19772.75 linear feet
    This series contains correspondence, papers, and notes. The series has been divided into four subseries: drafts, final edition, correspondence, and general. The Arthropod-Borne Virus Information Exchange was the newsletter that Work and Dr. Richard Taylor started in 1960. Work served as the first editor of the newsletter. The drafts subseries contains material sent in by various individuals for addition in the newsletter. The final edition subseries is the actual newsletter produced and distributed subscribers. The correspondence subseries highlights the communication between individuals and the newsletter concerning addition of their work in the newsletter.

    Drafts257-8 Catalogue File I, 1960-1963259-10 Catalogue File II, 1961-19622511-12 Catalogue File III, 1962-19632513-14 Catalogue File IV, 1961-19632515-16 Catalogue File V, 1962-19652517-18 Catalogue File VI, 1964-1966 Final Copy2519 No. 2-3, 1960-19612520 No. 4-5, 1961-19622521 No. 6-7, 1962-19632522 No. 8-9, 1963-19642523 No. 10-11, 1964-19652524 No. 12-13, 1965-19662525 No. 14,, 1966261 No. 15 (2 copies), 1967262 No. 16,, 1967263 No. 17 (2 copies), 1968264 No. 18, 1968265 No. 19, 1969 Correspondence266 ACAV Information Exchange, 1960-1962267 ACAV Information Exchange, 1963-1965; 1972-1973268 Submission Correspondence, 1965269 Addressee Correspondence, 1967-19682610 Correspondence, No. 19, 19692611 Correspondence, No. 20, 1969-19702612 Correspondence, No. 22, 1971 General2613 Catalogue Strain Submission Reproductions, 1961-19622614 Pending Submissions, 19652615 Revisions to List as of December 1965, 19662616 Submissions, No. 13, 1965-19662617 Submissions, No. 14, 1965-19662618-19 Contributions, No. 14, 1965-19662620 Replies from Participants, No. 14, 19662621 Participants, 1967 Dec 12622-23 Submissions (originals), No. 19, 19692624-25 Copies & Lists of Contributors, No. 19, 1968-19692626-27 Submissions (original), No. 20, 1969-19702628 Acknowledgements, No. 20 & 21, 1969-1971271-2 Submissions (photocopies), No. 22, 1971273 Acknowledgements, No. 22, 1971274 No. 22 & 23, Acknowledgements, 1971275 Submissions (originals & photocopies), No. 23, 1971276 Forth Quarter, Issue No. 52, 1974277 First Quarter, no. 53, 1975278 Second Quarter, no. 58, 1976279 Third Quarter, no. 63, 19772710 Catalogue, 1958-19602711 Original Forms Catalogue Strains, 1959-19602712 Catalogue Instructions, 1960-19662713 History of the Catalogue, 1960-19712714 Registration of Tickborne Encephalitis Viruses, 1961-19622715 International Review, 19652716-17 Arbovirus Encephalitis, 19662718-19 Catalog Publication, 1967-19682720 Catalog Publication, 1969-19702721 Catalog Operation, 1967-19692722 Catalog Participants Lists, 1968-19712723 Vol. 19, No. 6, part 2 of 2, 1970 Nov2724 Catalogue Key Code, [undated] Series 10: Publications, 1945-19831.25 linear feet
    This series contains excerpts, clippings, correspondence, and copies of articles and published works. The series has been divided into six subseries: USSR, India, Rockefeller Foundation, CDC, UCLA, and other. While material Work produced for publication is contained in this series, not all work is his. The USSR subseries contains material that is in Russian. The India subseries contains material that was published in India including some Indian journals. The next three subseries contain published material either by Work or his colleagues and related to where he was during the time they were published.

    USSR2725-31 Russian Literature, 1949-19702732 Articles in Russian Periodicals (English translations), 1950 India281 Excerpt, Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, 1957 May 11282 Reprints from: Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, vol. 13, no. 12, 1959 Dec; vol. 20, no. 5, 1966 May283 Reprint from: Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol. 48, no. 3, 1960 May284 Indian Research Fund Association and Indian Council of Medical Research, 1911-1961: Fifty Years of Progress, 1964285 Journal of Indian Medical Profession, vol. 10, no. 11, 1964286 Prof. Khanolkar Felicitation Volume (book), 1963 Rockefeller Foundation287 Jamshedpur Fever: A Preliminary Report, by Najib Khan, Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, vol. 8, no. 9, pp 597-609 [reprint], 1954 Sept288 Studies on the North American Arthropod-Borne Encephalitis: Equine Encephalitis in Louisiana, by Robert E. Kissling, et al, American Journal of Hygiene, vol. 62, no. 3 [reprint], 1955 Sept289 Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis in Wild Birds, by R.W. Chamberlain, et al, American Journal of Hygiene, vol. 63, no. 3, pp 261-273,[reprint], 1956 May2810 Newsletter: The Rockefeller Foundation, 1958-19612811 Immunity in Group B Arthropod-Borne Virus Diseases, by Sidney E. Grossberg & William F. Scherer, American Journal of Hygiene, vol. 69, no.1, pp. 60-67 [reprint], 1959 Jan2812 Virological Epidemiology of the 1958 Epidemic of Kyasanur Forest Disease, by Telford H. Work, F.R. Roderiguez, & P.N. Bhatt, American Journal of Public Health, vol. 49, no. 7, pp. 869-874 [reprint], 1959 July CDC2813 Tickborne Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers, by Telford H. Work, from: Diseases Transmitted From Animals To Man (5th Ed.), ed. By Thomas G. Hull, Chapter 39, pp. 823-835 [reprint], 19632814 Tick-borne Viruses: A Review of an Arthropod-borne Virus Problem of Growing Importance in the Tropics, by Telford H. Work, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 29, pp. 59-74 [reprint], 19632815 Arbovirus Impingement on the Natural History of Man, by Telford H. Work, from: Occupational Diseases Acquired From Animals [reprint], 19642816 Isolation of St. Louis Encephalitis Viruses from Mosquitoes in the Tampa Bay Area of Florida During the Epidemic of 1962, by Richard P. Dow, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 462-468 [reprint], 1964 May2817 Serological Evidence of Arbovirus Infection in the Seminole Indians of Southern Florida, by Telford H. Work, Science vol. 145, no. 3629, pp. 270-272 [reprint], 1964 July 172818 Epidemic St. Louis Encephalitis in Houston, 1964: A Cooperative Study, Journal of the American Medical Association, vol. 193, no. 2, pp. 139-146 [reprint], 1965 July 122819 Arboviruses Isolated from Argas Ticks in Egypt: Quarsnfil, Chenuda, and Nyamanini, by R.M. Taylor, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 76-86 [reprint], 19662820 Fatal Viral Encephalitis Following 17D Yellow Fever Vaccine Inoculation: Report of a Case in a 3-Year-Old Child, A Joint Statement, Journal of the American Medical Association, vol. 198, no. 6, pp. 671-672 [reprint], 1966 Nov 72821 A Current Appraisal of Hemorrhagic Fevers in the USSR, by Jordi Casals, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 15, no. 8, pp. 751-764 [reprint], 19662822 Arbovirus Infections of Laboratory Workers, by R.P. Hanson, et al, Science, vol. 158, no. 3806, pp. 1283-1286 [reprint], 1967 Dec 82823 St. Louis Encephalitis in McLeansboro, Illinois, 1964, by Robert H. Kokernot, et al, Journal of Medical Entomology, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 255-260 [reprint], 19672824 St. Louis Encephalitis Vector Studies in Houston, Texas, 1964, by W.D. Sudia, et al, J Med Entomol, vol. 4, no. 1. pp. 32-36 [reprint], 1967 April 25 UCLA2825 An Analysis of Mosquito Collections, by P.K. Rajagopalan & Telford H. Work, Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol. 57, no. 8, pp. 1409-1419 [reprint], 1969 Aug2826 Bhanja Virus: A New Arbovirus from Ticks Haemaphysalis Intermedia Warburton and Nuttall, 1909, in Orissa, India, by Keerti V. Shah & Telford H. Work, Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol. 57, no. 5, pp. 793-798 [reprint], 1969 May2827 Gumbo Limbo, A New Group C Arbovirus from the Florida Everglades, by B.E. Henderson, et al, American Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 89, no.2, pp. 227-231 [reprint], 19692828 Isolation of Ganjam Virus from a Human Case of Febrile Illness, by C.N. Dandawate, et al, Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol. 57, no. 6, pp. 975-982 [reprint], 1969 June2829 Mahogany Hammock Virus, A New Guama Group Arbovirus from the Florida Everglades, by P.H. Coleman, S. Ryder, & T.H. Work, American Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 89, no. 2, pp. 217-221 [reprint], 19692830 Sakhalin Virus-a New Arbovirus Isolated from Ixodes (Ceratixodes) Putus Pick. 1878 Collected on Tuleniy Island, Sea of Okhotsk, D.K. Lvov, et al, Archiv für diegesamte Virusforschung, [vol.] 38, pp. 133-138 [reprint], 19722831 Virological Studies of Avian Hosts in the Houston Epidemic of St. Louis Encephalitis, 1964, by Rexford D. Lord, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 662-671 [reprint], 1973 Sept2832 [Review] A Field of Virology by Telford H. Work, Science, vol. 182, pp. 273-274, 1973 Oct 192833 Mosquito Transmission of Arboviruses at the Mexican Border in the Imperial Valley, California, 1972, by David Bown & Telford H. Work, Mosquito News, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 381-385 [reprint], 1973 Sept2834 Ecological Investigations of Vertebrate Hosts of Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis Virus in South Florida, by Rexford D. Lord, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 116-123 [reprint], 1973 Jan2835 UCLA Research on encephalitis viruses in Southern California, by Telford H. Work, UCLA School of Public Health Newsletter [reprint], 1976 Winter2836 Stanford MD, vol. 23, no. 1 (2 copies), 1982 Fall2837 Human Arborvirus Infections of the Purari River Lowlands, by T.H. Work & M. Jozan, from: The Purari-Tropical Environment of a High Rainfall River Basin, ed. T. Petr, Chapter 6, pp. 517-529 [reprint], 1983 Other2838 [In Spanish] Relaciones entre estados climáticos y la ecología de algunos roedores de campo (Cricetidae), [by] Jorge A. Crespo, Revista Argentina de Zoogeograffia, vol. IV, no.3, pp 137-144, 19452839 [In Spanish] Ecologia De Una Comunidad De Roedores Silvestries En El Partido De Rojas, Provincia De Buenos Aires, [by] Jorge A. Crespo, Revists del Museo Aregentino De Ciencias Naturales, [vol.] 1, no. 3, pp. 79-134, 19662840 The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, 19602841 Articles form Science, 1962-19642842 The Rockefeller Foundation: A Condensed Record of Activities From 1923-1963, 1963 May2843 Viral Diseases, pp. 83-102, [ca.1965]2844 Western Australia Arbovirus Newsletter, 19812845 Photocopies of journal articles, 1955-19722846 Latency and Viral Ecology, by Sir Christopher H. Andrewes w/ Introduction of Andrewes by Telford. H. Work, National Cancer Institute, Monograph No. 20: Viruses of Laboratory Rodents, [undated]2847 Chapter 1: Virus Diseases in the Tropics, by Telford H. Work, [unknown publication], (w/list of contributors to publication), pp. xv-xxix; 1-14, [undated]2848 Brochure-Publication Order List for National Geographic Society, [undated] Series 11: Audiovisual2849 Disc Recordings (6 phonographs), [undated]2850 Reel-to-Reel Audiotape, [undated]2851 16mm Film, Dr. Goddard Interview with Dr. Raska, WHO TV-887 [undated]2852 16mm Films, List, 1942-1988 Series 12: Pathology Slides, 1955-1962311 N.P. 900 (Languir monkey from Shimoga District received on 29.3.57) viscera-10 sections, brain-7, 1957312 N.P. 926 1st human p.m. [post mortem] case from Mysor; 20 sections (viscera-10, brain-10), [1957]313 Frozen sections: N.P. 977 - W493 (3 sections); N.P. 908 - W504 (3 sections); N.P. 976 - 2nd human p.m. case from Mysor (7 sections), [1957]314 [Kushua?] monkey vaccine LN [Baupaline?], [undated]315 W20 rabies slides, [undated]316 NP A 83 (PR 236) [lung, kidney, spleen, heart muscle, liver, brain], [c.1962]317 Tissues in paraffin, M11 Govind-swamy Pachamma, [1955-1956]318 A-6712 Petron, Leslie Jean. Seven parafin sections of formalin fixed brain tissue. Path Dx encephalitis consistent with post vaccinal enc. (yellow fever vaccine D 17 strain), [undated]319-10 [Unidentified slides] 2 envelopes, [undated] Series 13: Other, 1925-19862.5 linear feet
    This series contains photographs, correspondence, reports, and clippings. Material in this series could not easily fit into any of the other series, but are important to the collection. Perhaps of special interest to researchers would be the catalog of registered viruses. There is an alphabetical listing of then known viruses (ca.1974) as well as registration cards containing information on these viruses.

    2853 The Australian Epidemics of an Acute Polio-Encephalomyelitis (X Disease): Its Clinical Description, Its Histological Lesions, and Its Transmission to Monkeys, Sheep, a Calf, and a Horse (photocopy), [ca.1925]2854-56 Russian Translations, 1954-19582857 Reports-China, 1954-19722858 Field Trips, 1952-19552859-61 1960 Florid Field Trip, 1958-1960291-2 Site Visit-Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, 1973-1974293 Registered Viruses, A-C, [ca.1974]294 Registered Viruses, D-J, [ca.1974]295 Registered Viruses, K-M, [ca.1974]296 Registered Viruses, N-S, [ca.1974]297 Registered Viruses, T-Z, [ca.1974]298 Alphabetized List of Viruses, [undated]299 Report of Laboratory Acquired Arbovirus Infections, [undated]2910 Alphabetical Listing of Viruses Registered as of Dec 31, 1972 & Dec 31, 1973, [1973- 1974]2911 Arbovirus Names, by the American Committee on Arthropod-Borne Viruses, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 18, no. 5, pp. 731-734 [reprint], 1969 Sept2912 Changes & Revision for Cards, Abstracts, Etc., 1966-19742913 Catalogue Registration for Arboviruses, [undated]2914 Key to Keypunches, 19652915-23 Virus Registration Cards (Old), [ca. 1971]2924-26 Virus Registration Cards (New), [ca.1977]2927 Neurotropic Virus Infections, ed. A.A. Smorodintsev, 19542928 Personnel, 1954-19562929 Press & Clippings, 1955-19562930 Reprint Requests, 19572931 Hepatitis (Mosley Correspondence), 1957-19612932 Diary of M.G.R. Varma (Bangkok), [ca.1958]2933 Virus Diagnostic Laboratory Bangalore Financial Statement, [ca.1958]2934 Encephalitis Publicity, 1959; 1964-19652935 Swedish Sera HAI, 1960301-2 Hepatitis Information & Reports, 1960-1963303 Reports & Notes, 1964-1981304 Evaluation of Dengue Virus Vaccine,, [ca.1965]305 Dept. of the Army, Dugway Proving Ground, 1968306 Waverly Press, Inc., 1968307 Craig Lecture (Dr. C.G. Pandit), [ca.1968]308 Diseases Surveillance (Spanish Translation), 1971309 Associated reprints, 1960-19633010 Notes (Lord & Maxfield), 1960-19663011 VEE Vaccines, 1964-19863012 Project: Communicable Diseases & Immunology, [ca.1969]3013 Vaccination Program for Laboratory Personnel, [undated]3014 Williams/Wilkins & Allen Press Proposals, [undated]3015 Desoxycholate Technique, [undated] Series 14: Photographs, 1940s-1970s
    145 pictures of Work and of his field research activities and partners, laboratory environments, and group photographs. Most all were labeled by Martine Work before donation identifying people, events, location, date, and personal remembrances. Others also bear labels contemporary to the original photograph.

    331 Navy, early years, and others, 1940s-1970332 India, 1954-1960333 Russia, 1965-1966334 CDC, 1963-1964335 Egypt, 1953-1955; 1960336 Miscellaneous, 1946-1974337 Itemized photograph inventory

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Administrative material, correspondence, research files, reports, publications, audiovisual material, pathology slides, and personal items (33.5 l.f.; 1938-1990) document Telford H. Work's international research career in arboviruses, especially West Nile and Yellow fever. Topics documented include his education at Stanford University Medical School, his U.S Naval service, and his career with the Rockefeller Foundation, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and UCLA. His work in tropical medicine lead to the isolation of several viruses, how they are transmitted and by what vectors, and the better understanding of arthropod-borne viruses. The bulk of the material in the collection relates to his research projects for the Rockefeller Foundation, the CDC, and UCLA.

    There are several series that might be of significant interest to researchers. The personal series (Series 1) provide some insight about his career motivations, education, his passion for nature and photography, and career highlights. Series 3-6 document the institutions for which he worked during his career and where he made his greatest discoveries. Much of his research carried over from institution to institution, so many of the same topics and research projects can be found in each of these series. For his Rockefeller Foundation career, information about the origins and management of the Virus Research Centre in Pune, India where Work isolated the Kyasanur Forest Disease and his work in Egypt on isolating the West Nile virus can be found in the Correspondence, Rockefeller Foundation, and Pathology Slides series. Much of the actual research activities information is limited to the Rockefeller Foundation series.

    Work returned to the U.S. as head of the CDC's Virology Section during the 1960's and focused on tropical diseases as found within the US. His research on various strains of encephalitis is located in Series 5. He completed his active career as professor and department head of the Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of California at Los Angeles. Much of the materials in Series 6 continue to reflect his research activities and less so for his teaching work.

    Work's passion for research and nature is combined in his hobby as a photographer and film-maker. Throughout his research and travel he created films in support of his research findings as well as serving as travelogues. The majority of these films were separated to the Historical Audiovisual Collection.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Series 1: Personal, 1938-1984 [series]:

    This series contains includes material on his education at Stanford University, personal notebooks, diaries, correspondence, photographs, and clippings. Items of particular interest here include a notebook from a journalism class at Stanford, information about the Richard Taylor award (he received it in 1981), and information regarding the National Audubon Society.

    1 1-2
    Bio-Bibliography, 1958-1972
    1 3
    Bio-Bibliography, 1972-1973
    1 4
    Curriculum Vitae/1st Arthropod-Borne Virus Information Exchange, 1960
    1 5
    Telford Curriculum Vitae, 1966; 1981
    1 6
    Curriculum Vitae, 1981
    1 7
    Stanford University Grades, 1938-1942
    1 8
    Notes-Life at Stanford, [ca. 1940]
    1 9
    Stanford Alumni Day, 1968 May 18
    1 10
    U.S. Navy Officer Service Record, 1945-1970
    1 11
    Taylor Award presented to Dr. Work by Dr. Charles Calisher (photographs), 1981 Nov 20
    1 12
    Richard Moreland Taylor Award, 1981
    1 13
    Trip to Europe [photograph], 1946-1950
    1 14
    Journalism Notebook (Stanford), 1937-1938
    1 15
    Personal Notes, [undated]
    1 16
    Personal Notebooks, 1962-1969
    1 17
    Personal Notes, 1963
    1 18
    Lab Conference Notes, 1959-1960
    1 19
    Staff Conference Notes, 1960-1961
    1 20
    Nevada Investigation Notebook, 1980-1984
    1 21
    Expense Account, 1952-1954
    1 22
    Travel Expenses, 1960
    1 23
    Diary, 1953
    1 24
    Diary & Summary, 1953-1960
    1 25
    Diary, SLE Papers-Final Corrected Copies, 1954
    1 26
    Diary, 1954-1955
    1 27-28
    Diary Drafts, 1954-1956
    1 29
    Tribute to Joseph L. Melnick, 1970
    32
    Designs for the Richard Moreland Taylor Medal, [ca. 1966]
    1 30-31
    Professional Colleagues, 1952-1981
    1 32-35
    Obituaries, 1955-1970
    2 1
    Research Proposal Draft of A, 1967
    2 2-3
    Indonesia Research Grant Application, 1959-1969
    2 4
    History of American Epidemiological Society, [undated]
    2 5
    1955 Home Leave, 1954-1955
    2 6
    1957 Home Leave, 1956-1957
    2 7
    June-July Trip, 1959-1960
    2 8
    Professional October, 1957-1960
    2 9
    Rockefeller Foundation (photograph), 1980-1981
    2 10
    Dr. Richard Taylor Memorial (photographs), 1966; 1981
    2 11
    Telford Work's File, 1952-1960
    2 12
    Work's Confidential File, 1959-1962
    2 13-14
    Clippings, 1962 Aug 23-Sept 25
    2 15-16
    August to India, 1959-1962
    2 17
    National Geographic Magazine, 1950-1957
    2 18-20
    National Audubon Society, 1952-1958
    2 21-27
    Audubon Screen Tours, 1945-1954
    2 28
    Notes, 1954-1955
     
    Series 2: Correspondence, 1946-1989 [series]:

    This series has been subdivided into seven subseries: individuals, general project, Rockefeller Foundation, publications, job, personal, and general professional. The largest and of particular interest is the individuals subseries. Contained here is the communication between Work and several of his colleagues. Some of the more prominent names include Dr. Richard Taylor and Dr. Hugh Smith.

     
    Individuals [subseries]:
    3 1
    Abdulali, Humayun, 1957-1961
    3 2
    Anderson, Dr. Charles R., 1958-1961
    3 3
    Anderson, Dr. Richmond K., 1955-1957
    3 4
    Audy, Dr. Ralph, 1956
    3 5
    Balfour, Dr. M.C., 1955-1957
    3 6
    Berge, Dr. Trygve O., 1961-1974
    3 7
    Bergold, Dr. G.H. (photographs), 1962-1969
    3 8
    Bhatt, Dr. Pravin N., 1958-1969
    3 9
    Blaskovic, Dr. Dionyz, 1961-1969
    3 10
    Bleitz, Don, 1972
    3 11
    Bowles, Honorable Chester, 1964
    3 12
    Breslow, Dr. Lester, 1980
    3 13
    Burnet, Sir MacFarlane, 1961-1962
    3 14
    Casals, Dr. Jordi, 1959-1975
    3 15
    Causey, Dr. Ottis R., 1958-1976
    3 16
    Chamberlain, Dr. Roy W., 1966-1976
    3 17
    Chumakov, Dr. Mihkail P., 1961-1971
    3 18
    Clark, Dr. Gary G., 1972-1976
    3 19
    Cobb, William C., 1958-1962
    3 20
    Cockburn, Dr. T. Aidan, 1963
    3 21
    Cockburn, Dr. W. Chas, 1961-1965
    3 22
    Coleman, Dr. Philip, 1965-1969
    3 23
    Davis, Dr. David E., 1960-1965
    3 24
    Davis, Dr. Dorland J., 1967-1970
    3 25
    Doherty, Dr. Ralph L., 1961-1973
    3 26
    Dow, Dr. Richard, 1962-1964
    3 27
    Downs, Dr. Wilbur, 1959-1973
    3 28
    Dratvin, Dr. Sergei A., 1964-1973
    3 29
    Enders, Dr. John, 1964-1965
    3 30
    Evans, Dr. Alfred S., 1970-1976
    3 31
    Fadeeva, Dr. Lydia L., 1968-1975
    3 32
    Feldman, Dr. Roger, 1965-1967
    3 33
    Felsenfeld, Drs. Ambhan &. Oscar, 1960-1969
    3 34
    Felsenfeld, Dr. Oscar, 1968-1969
    3 35
    Fox, Dr. John P., 1962
    3 36
    French, Dr. Eric L., 1966-1973
    3 37
    Frothingham, Dr. Thomas, 1963-1975
    3 38-39
    Gabaldon, Dr. Arnoldo, 1962-1970
    3 40
    Gaidamovich, Dr. Sophia Ya, 1966-1967
    3 41
    Gajdusek, Dr. D. Carleton, 1961-1962
    3 42
    Galindo, Dr. Pedro, 1962-1968
    3 43
    Gebhardt, Dr. Louis P., 1961-1969
    3 44
    Gimenez, Dr. Domingo, 1962-1968
    3 45
    Grant, Dr. Louis S., 1963-1968
    3 46
    Gresikova, Dr. Milota, 1963-1970
    3 47
    Halstead, Major Scott B., 1965-1971
    3 48
    Hammon, Dr. William McD., 1961-1971
    3 49
    Hardy, Dr. James L., 1964-1969
    3 50
    Haugen, A. R., 1969-1970
    3 51
    Hayes, Dr. Jack, 1975
    3 52
    Hayes, Dr. Richard O., 1962-1975
    3 53
    Hazeltine, Dr. William E., 1972
    3 54
    Healy, Dr. George, 1972-1973
    3 55
    Heins, William A, 1959-1960
    3 56
    Held, Dr. Joe, 1959-1989
    3 57
    Henderson, Dr. Brian, 1962-1975
    3 58
    Henderson, Dr. Jack R., 1962-1963
    3 59
    Hess, Dr. Archie, 1961-1968
    3 60
    Hitchcock, James, 1970
    3 61
    Hogan, Dr. Ralph B., 1965
    3 62
    Hollinger, Dr. Blaine, 1967
    4 1-2
    Hoogstraal, Dr. Harry (photographs), 1957-1972
    4 3
    Horstmann, Dr. Dorothy M., 1966
    4 4
    Hough, Dr. Victor H., 1969; 1975
    4 5
    Hunter, Dr. George W., 1964-1973
    4 6
    Hurlbut, Dr. Herbert, 1961-1966
    4 7
    Igarashi, Dr. Akira, 1971
    4 8
    Iyer, Dr. C.G.S., 1956-1959
    4 9
    Johnson, Dr. Carl, 1961-1967
    4 10
    Johnson, Dr. Harald N., 1962-1969
    4 11
    Johnson, Dr. Karl M., 1963-1972
    4 12
    Johnson, Ladd,, 1967-1971
    4 13
    Johnston, Dr. L.A.Y., 1969
    4 14
    Kafuko, Dr. George, 1967-1968
    4 15
    Kagan, Dr. Irving, 1967
    4 16
    Kaiser, Makram, 1962-1963
    4 17
    Kaiser, Dr. Robert L., 1961; 1967; 1970
    4 18
    Karabatsos, Dr. Nick, 1976
    4 19
    Klimenko, Prof. Sergei M., 1970
    4 20
    Koford, Dr. Carl, 1958-1960
    4 21-22
    Kokernot, Dr. Robert H., 1959-1973
    4 23
    Kokko, Dr. U. Pentti, 1967-1973
    4 24
    Koprowski, Dr. Hilary, 1966-1968
    4 25
    Kost, Dr. Keith, 1969-1971
    4 26
    Krugman, Dr. Saul, 1968
    4 27
    Kurstak, Dr. Edourd, 1976
    4 28
    Laigret, Dr. Jacques, 1966-1967
    4 29
    Langmuir, Dr. Alex D., 1963-1968
    4 30
    Last, Dr. John M., 1975
    4 31
    LeDuc, James W., 1970-1973
    4 32
    Lennette, Dr. Edwin H., 1961-1971
    4 33
    Leschinskaya, Dr. Elena, 1967
    4 34
    Libikova, Dr. Helena, 1961
    4 35
    Loison, Dr. Guy, 1971-1972
    4 36
    Loomis, Dr. Edmond C., 1973
    4 37
    Lopes, Dr. Oscar S. de Souza, 1960-1966
    4 38
    Lopez, Dr. Hector Campos, 1973
    4 39
    Lord, Dr. Rexford D., 1959-1971
    4 40
    Lvov, Dr. Dimitri K., 1969-1971
    4 41
    Maguire, Malcolm, 1957-1959
    4 42
    Manson-Bahr, Sir Philip, 1949-1953
    4 43
    Marshall, Dr. Ian, 1961-1976
    4 44
    McClure, Dr. Elliot, 1960-1967
    4 45
    McCollum, Dr. Robert W., 1970
    4 46
    McLean, Dr. Donald M., 1960-1971
    4 47
    Melnick, Dr. Joseph, 1955-1957; 1961-1969
    4 48
    Mettler, Dr. Norma, 1962-1966
    4 49
    Meyer, Dr. K.F., 1958; 1962-1970
    4 50
    Miles, Dr. John A. R., 1961-1970
    4 51
    Millar, Dr. Jack W., 1962-1966
    4 52
    Morgante, Dr. Odosca, 1960-1969
    4 53
    Morrison, Dr. Robert S., 1956; 1960-1964
    4 54
    Mosely, Dr. James W., 1962-1971
    4 55
    Murthy, Dr. N.P. Narasimha, 1959-1960
    4 56
    Nelson, Michael J., 1968
    4 57
    Pandit, Dr. C.G., 1958-1960
    4 58
    Parker, Dr. Dorothy, 1958
    4 59
    Paul, Dr. John R., 1960-1970
    4 60
    Pavri, Dr. Khorshed M., 1963-1970
    4 61
    Paynter, Dr. Raymond A., 1965
    4 62
    Peralta, Dr. Pauline H., 1961-1962
    4 63
    Peterson, Roger T., 1961-1962
    4 64
    Pond, Dr. William L., 1961-1966
    4 65
    Raghavan, Dr. N.G.S., 1970
    4 66
    Rajagopalan, Dr. P.K., 1957-1967
    4 67
    Rajan, A.P.S., 1960-1965
    4 68
    Rammelkamp, Dr. C.H., 1965
    4 69
    Rantz, Dr. Lowell, 1964
    4 70
    Rao, Dr. K.N., 1964
    4 71
    Rao, Dr. R. Lakshmana, 1965
    4 72
    Rao, Dr. T. Ramachandra, 1961-1969
    4 73
    Rasad, Dr. Sjahriar, 1967
    4 74
    Raska, Dr. Karel, 1961-1964
    4 75
    Rasmussen, Dr. Fred, 1961-1973
    4 76
    Rau, Urmila, 1967-1971
    4 77
    Raush, Dr. Robert L., 1965
    4 78
    Ravindran, Dr. Vijayalakshmi, 1969
    4 79-80
    Reeves, Dr. William C., 1959-1975
    4 81
    Rockefeller, David, 1969
    4 82
    Rosen, Leon, 1964-1970
    4 83
    Rosicky, Dr. Bohumir, 1962-1965
    4 84
    Rothenburg, Dr. Morton, 1967
    4 85
    Rozeboom, Dr. Lloyd, 1967-1969
    4 86
    Rudnick, Dr. Albert, 1967
    4 87
    Rusk, Dean, 1969
    4 88
    Sabin, Dr. Albert B., 1962-1967
    4 89
    Saenz, Dr. Arturo C., 1960-1974
    4 90
    Sanmartin, Dr. Carlos, 1958-1965
    4 91
    Scherer, Dr. William F., 1959-1970
    4 92
    Schlesinger, Dr. R. Walter, 1963-1964; 1967
    4 93
    Schneider, Dr. Nathan J., 1960
    4 94
    Schroeder, Dr. Victor Manuel, 1973-1974
    4 95
    Semenov, Prof. Boris, 1969
    4 96
    Shaffer, Morris F., 1969
    4 97
    Shah, Dr. Keerti V., 1956-1964
    5 1
    Shah, Shri K.K., 1970
    5 2
    Shelokov, Dr. Alexis, 1961-1975
    5 3
    Shope, Dr. Robert E., 1961-1976
    5 4
    Smadel, Dr. Joseph, 1961-1963
    5 5
    Smart, Dr. Keith L., 1966-1971
    5 6
    Smith, Dr. C.E. Gordon, 1960-1962; 1970-1972
    5 7
    Smith, Dr. Hugh H., 1957-1975
    5 8
    Smithburn, Dr. Ken C., 1962
    5 9
    Smorodintsev, Dr. Anatole A., 1941-1966
    5 10
    Sonenshine, Dr. Daniel E., 1966-1968
    5 11
    Stamm, Dr. Donald D., 1960-1966
    5 12
    Stanley, Dr. Neville F., 1962-1977; 1982
    5 13
    Steele, Dr. James H., 1965-1971
    5 14
    Sudia, Dr. Daniel, 1967-1976
    5 15
    Syrucek, Dr. Lubos, 1962; 1965
    5 16-31
    Taylor, Dr. Richard M., 1954-1974
    5 32
    Terzin, Alex, 1959-1963
    5 33
    Theiler, Dr. Max, 1961-1962
    5 34
    Trapido, Dr. Harold, 1955-1959
    5 35
    Varma, Dr. M.G.R., 1958-1960
    5 36
    Velimirovic, Dr. Boris, 1972-1973; 1977
    5 37
    Vesenjak-Hirjan, Dr. Jelka, 1965-1973
    5 38
    Vilches, Dr. Antonio M., 1962-1966
    5 39
    Wehrle, Dr. Paul F., 1967
    5 40-41
    Weinbren, Dr. Paul, 1954-1971
    6 1
    Williams, Dr. Miles C., 1961-1969
    6 2
    Woodall, Dr. John P., 1962-1970
    6 3
    Woolcock, Dr. John B., 1969
    6 4
    Work, Dr. Telford H., 1960-1975
    6 5
    Young, Dr. Martin D., 1964-1971
    6 6
    Young, Warren & Alix Kerr (Life Magazine), 1964-1970
    6 7
    Letters to Professionals, 1954-1965
    6 8
    East Europe Colleagues, 1959-1960
    6 9
    Eastern Colleagues, 1960-1961
     
    General Project [subseries]:
    6 10
    Alaska, 1960-1961
    6 11
    Atlanta, 1960
    6 12
    Australia, 1956
    6 13
    Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, 1968
    6 14
    British Honduras, 1947-1966
    6 15
    Buenos Aires, 1990
    6 16
    Cairo, 1953-1954
    6 17
    California, 1958-1959
    6 18
    India, Personal, 1958-1960
    6 19-20
    India, Very Important, 1948-1958
    6 21
    Tampa Bay, 1961-1962
     
    Rockefeller Foundation Project [subseries]:
    6 22
    Letters, Morrison & Anderson, 1949-1958
    6 23
    New York, 1950-1955
    6 24
    NY to Cairo Move, 1952-1953
    6 25
    Cairo to Poona Move, 1952-1954
    6 26
    Letters, 1952-1955
    6 27
    Letters, 1952-1958
    6 28
    Cairo, 1953-1954
    6 29
    Acknowledged Correspondence, 1954
    6 30
    Poona, India, 1954-1955
    6 31
    Letters, 1954-1955
    6 32
    Telford Work-Rockefeller Foundation, 1955-1956
    6 33
    Poona, India, 1955-1957
    6 34
    Letters, 1955-1957
    6 35-36
    Rockefeller Letters, 1955-1959
    6 37
    Personnel, 1956-1957
    6 38
    India to NY Lab Move, 1957-1958
    6 39
    Personnel, 1958-1961
     
    Publications [subseries]:
    6 40
    Publications, General, 1958-1960
    6 41
    Books, 1959
     
    Job [subseries]:
    6 42
    Florida Cattle Egrets, 1959
    6 43
    Virus correspondence, 1953-1956
    6 44
    U.S. Govt. Memorandum, 1965
    6 45
    World Around Us (WAU), 1964-1966
    6 46
    World Around Us (WAU), 1966-1968
     
    Personal [subseries]:
    6 47
    Family, 1958-1961
    6 48
    Letters from Telford Work, 1954-1961
    6 49-50
    Letters Received, 1952-1956
    6 51
    Personal Letters (photograph), 1957-1960
    6 52
    Special Letters, 1946-1948; 1989
    6 53
    Mixed Correspondence, 1955-1961
     
    Professional [subseries]:
    7 1
    Notes from the Field, 1955-1957
    7 2
    Notes from the Field (C.N. Dandawate), 1955-1957
    7 3
    Notes from the Field (P.K. Rajagopalan), 1955-1957
    7 4
    Field Notes, 1955-1958
    7 5
    Notes from the Field (Ravi Iyengar), 1956-1957
    7 6
    Notes from the Field (B.S. Lamba), 1956-1957
    7 7
    Notes from the Field (F.M. Roderiguez), 1956-1958
    7 8
    Notes to Work in the Field, 1956-1958
    7 9
    Office Letters to Work in the Field, 1956-1958
    7 10
    1945-1947, 1945-1947
    7 11
    1947-1956, 1947-1956
    7 12
    1948, 1948
    7 13
    1948-1962, 1948-1962
    7 14
    1952-1958, 1952-1958
    7 15
    1956, 1956
    7 16-17
    1956-1971, 1956-1971
    7 18
    1957, 1957
    7 19
    1958-1962, 1958-1962
    7 20
    Summer 1959, 1959 Summer
    7 21
    January-April 1960, 1960 Jan-April
    7 22
    1964, 1964
    7 23
    1965-1966, 1965-1966
     
    Series 3: U.S. Navy Research, 1943-1990 [series]:

    This series contains directories, handbooks, newsletters, clippings, reports, and notes. Work spent his first years as a medical professional serving the Navy. As part of the U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit III, Work traveled on the USS Monongahela, an oil tanker transporting oil between the Middle East and Japan.

    7 24
    Accumulating Data, 1954
    7 25
    Armed Forces Epidemiological Board, Directory, 1965
    7 26
    AFEB: Its First Fifty Years, 1990
    7 27
    Celebration Dinner of the AFEB, program, 1990
    7 28
    Clinical Aspects, Therapy, and Prophylaxis of Encephalitis, by M. Ya. Turetskiy, 1951
    7 29
    Military Government Handbook: Marshall Islands, 1943
    7 30-31
    Navy, 1945-1955
    7 32
    Newsletters, 1951-1954
    7 33
    Newspaper Clippings, 1950
    7 34
    Specimens (notes), 1954
    7 35
    United Nations Conference, 1945
    7 36
    U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit III, Report, 1953
    7 37
    U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit III, 1960; 1966
    7 38
    U.S.S. Monongahela, 1957-1973
    7 39
    V-12 Training on Navy Doctors, by Telford Hindley Work, 1946 Sept 1
     
    Series 4: Rockefeller Foundation, 1950-1965 [series]:

    This series contains correspondence, photographs, administrative files, reports, research papers/notes, architectural drawings, data, and clippings. The series has also been further divided into three subseries: Egypt, India, and other research. His first major task with the Rockefeller Foundation was being assigned to work in Egypt at the Naval Medical Research Unit no. 3 (NAMRU-3). His work there, along with Dr. Richard Taylor, led to the isolation of the West Nile virus in a local village in the area. The India subseries have been further divided into sub-subseries to highlight the various aspects of his time in the country. The sub-subseries include: Virus Research Centre (VRC), Kyasanur Forest Disease (KFD), Human Serum Data, and general. As director of the VRC, Work not only oversaw the operation of the center, but he also had the responsibility to oversee the construction of the facility. His research into the KFD led to the better understanding of the disease. The third subseries, other research, contains information not specific to the other two including information from his time in the NY laboratory.

     
    Egypt [subseries]:
    7 40
    West Nile Virus Data, 1951-1953
    8 1
    West Nile Virus, 1952-1955
    8 2
    West Nile Virus Neutralization Test Record Book, 1954
    8 3
    Indigenous Wild Birds of the Nile Delta, 1954
    8 4
    Indigenous Wild Birds of the Nile Delta, 1955
    8 5
    Ecology of West Nile Virus in Egypt (photographs), 1956
    8 6
    Dr. Work's Accident (photographs), 1953
     
    India [subseries]:
    8 7
    Maps, 1958
    8 8-9
    Reports & Notes, 1957-1959
    8 10
    Correspondence, 1957-1963
    8 11
    Papers, 1959
    8 12
    Drafts of Special Reports, 1952-1956
    8 13
    India Sera, 1952-1960
     
    Virus Research Centre [subseries]:
    8 14
    Vellore Personnel, 1951-1956
    8 15
    VRC-Poona Correspondence, 1957-1964
    8 16
    Specimens Received at VRC from Irwin Hospital (Delhi), [ca.1955]
    8 17
    List of VRC Personnel Vaccinated with RSSE Vaccine, [ca.1957]
    8 18
    List of VRC Personnel Vaccinated with RSSE Vaccine, Group I, 1957
    8 19
    List of VRC Personnel Vaccinated with 17-D (Yellow Fever) Virus, 1957
    8 20
    List of VRC Field Personnel Vaccinated at Ullavi with 17-D (Yellow Fever) Virus, 1957
    8 21
    Virus Research Centre Correspondence, 1958-1960
    8 22
    New Laboratories, 1956-1957
    8 23
    Pathology Department at Lucknow (drawing), 1956
    8 24
    Master Set of Blue Prints, 1953-1954
    8 25
    Site Plan, Proposed Virus Research Centre (drawing), 1956
    8 26
    Ground Floor Plan, Proposed VRC (drawing), 1956
    8 27
    First Floor Plan, Proposed VRC (drawing), 1956
    8 28-29
    VRC Renovation (photographs; drawings), 1958-1959
    8 30
    New Building, Virus Research Centre (photographs), 1961
    8 31
    Modification of Mortuary of Pathology Building of King George Medical College for Virus Lab, [ca.1957]
    8 32
    Vellore Notes, 1955-1956
    8 33
    Vellore Serology, 1955-1956
    8 34
    Vellore Collection Data, 1955
    8 35
    Vellore Strains, 1957-1958
    8 36
    Vellore-UBE Mosquito Paper, 1965
    8 37
    Encephalitis Vellore, 1953-1957
    8 38-39
    ICMR Meetings, 1950-1955
    8 40
    ICMR Correspondence, 1954-1958
    8 41-42
    ICMR Virus Request, 1956
     
    Kyasanur Forest Disease [subseries]:
    8 43-44
    Pathology, 1955-1959
    9 1
    Original Draft-KFD, 1956-1957
    9 2
    Shimoga District Health Office, 1956-1957
    9 3
    KFD Virus Characteristics, 1956-1958
    9 4
    KFD Vaccine-New York, 1956-1958
    9 5
    KFD Paper (Draft), [ca.1956]
    9 6
    KFD Virus, Human Isolations, 1957
    9 7
    KFD III Clinical Histories, 1957
    9 8
    Kyasanur Forest Investigation, Human Cares, 1957
    9 9
    KFD Investigation, 1957 May-June
    9 10
    A Pictorial Account of the Discovery and Early Investigation of Kyasanur Forest Disease, by Telford H. Work, [ca.1957]
    9 11
    Kyasanur Forest Disease III: A Preliminary Report on the Nature of the Infection and Clinical Manifestations in Human Beings, by Telford H. Work, et al, [ca.1957]
    9 12-13
    KFD Correspondence, 1957-1958
    9 14
    KFD Cases, 1957-1958
    9 15
    KFD Epidemiology, Mysore Reports, 1957-1958
    9 16
    KFD Vaccine-Field, 1957-1958
    9 17
    KFD Vaccine-Laboratory, 1957-1958
    9 18
    KFD Vaccine Project, 1957-1958
    9 19
    KFD Virus Isolation Charts, 1957-1958
    9 20
    KFD Correspondence & Notes (photographs), 1957-1960
    9 21
    Kyasanur Forest Disease VII, 1958-1959
    9 22-23
    KFD Data (photographs), 1958-1961
    9 24
    Epidemiology of KFD in India (photographs), 1958-1964
    9 25
    KFD Paper (Ribbon Copy), 1959
    9 26
    KFD Vaccine Papers, 1961
    9 27
    Natural Focalization of Hemorrhagic Fevers, by A.A. Avakin & A.D. Lebedev, 1955
    9 28
    Jap B. Paper, 1955-1956
    9 29
    Adaptation of Viruses of the Japanese B-West Nile Complex to Monkey Kidney and Chick Embryo Tissue Culture, by P.N. Bhatt & T.H. Work, 1956
    9 30
    KFD Paper by Narasimha Murthy, 1957-1958
     
    Human Serum Data [subseries]:
    9 31
    Report-G1424, 1955
    9 32
    Report-G2266, [ca.1955]
    9 33
    Report-G2464, [ca.1955]
    9 34
    Report-G3012, [ca.1955]
    9 35
    Report-G3159, [ca.1955]
    9 36
    Report-G5139, [ca.1955]
    9 37
    Report-G5287, [ca.1955]
    9 38
    Report-G7247, [ca.1955]
    9 39
    Report-G7441, 1956
    9 40
    Report-G7481, 1956
    9 41
    Report-G8049, 1956
    9 42
    Report-G8142, 1956
    9 43
    Report-G8335, 1956
    9 44
    Report-G8924, 1956
    9 45
    Report-G9044, 1956
    9 46
    Report-G9473, 1956
    9 47
    Report-G9601, 1956
    9 48
    Report-G10051, 1957
    9 49
    Report-G10310, 1957
    9 50
    Report-G11185, 1957
    9 51
    Report-G15534, 1957
    9 52
    Report-G15578, 1957
    9 53
    Report-G16146, 1957
    9 54
    Report-G16283, 1957
    9 55
    Report-G16310, 1957
    9 56
    Report-G16919, 1957
    9 57
    Report-G17266, 1957
    9 58
    Report-G18345, 1957
    9 59
    Report-G18374, 1957
    9 60
    Report-G18491, 1957
    9 61
    Report-G20217, 1957
    9 62
    Report-G21759, 1957
    9 63
    Report-G21760, 1957
    9 64
    Report-P4081, [ca.1957]
    9 65
    Report-P4230, [ca.1957]
    9 66
    Report-P7969, [ca.1957]
    9 67
    Report-P8640, [ca.1957]
    9 68
    Report-P9122, [ca.1957]
    9 69
    Report-P9422, [ca.1957]
     
    General [subseries]:
    9 70
    Translation of Russian Paper, 1958
    9 71
    Incidence of Antibodies to Four Arthropod Borne Viruses in Residents of Poona, by K.V. Shah, [ca.1957]
    9 72
    Russian Spring Summer Virus in India, by Telford H. Work, [ca.1957]
    9 73
    Methods for Production and Testing of Japanese Encephalitis and Russian Spring Summer Encephalitis Mouse Brain Vaccine, [ca.1957]
    9 74
    Bird Studies (photographs), 1954-1957
    9 75
    1955 Delhi Jaundice Report, 1956
    9 76
    Kolaba Field Program, 1955
    9 77
    Data from Poona, 1955-1958
    9 78
    Species of Mosquitoes Collected from the Krishna Area, 1956 Aug-Dec
    9 79
    Data-Serological Collections from Human Beings at Sriaja & Horse at Bang Phra, Jolbari, Thailand, 1956
    9 80
    Delhi Hepatitis, 1956
    9 81
    Lab Reports, 1956 Nov-Dec
    9 82
    Serology, General, 1956
    10 1
    Monkey Pathology Forms, 1957-1958
    10 2-3
    Shimoga District History Sheets, 1957-1958
    10 4
    Data-Antibiotics, [ca.1957]
    10 5
    List-Publication from Division of Virus Research & Medical Zoology, Institute for Medical Research, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, 1958
    10 6
    Shimoga Diagnostic Virus Laboratory, 1958
    10 7
    Khadakvasla Equine Encephalitis, 1958
    10 8-9
    Data, IG3012-G16146, 1958-1960
    10 10-12
    Data, II G16283-Turlock II, 1958-1960
    10 13
    Rainfall Data in Girnar Forests, [ca.1958]
    10 14
    Indian Strains, 1959
    10 15
    Indian Strains: Work Sheets, 1959-1960
    10 16
    Manuscript Draft: Goat Tick Viruses in India, 1961
    10 17-18
    Tick-Borne Spring-Summer Encephalitis, 1957-1958
    10 19
    Laboratory Photographs, [ca.1958]
    10 20
    Insurance (Telford Work), 1952-1955
    10 21
    Draft Letters to Dr. Pandit, 1953-1956
    10 22
    Jamshedpur Publicity, 1954
    10 23
    Request Sent-Pending, 1954
    10 24
    References, 1954
    10 25
    Mail Orders, 1954-1956
    10 26
    Requisitions, 1954-1956
    10 27
    Discussions in Delhi-CGP, 1955
    10 28
    Baggage Import, 1955-1957
    10 29
    Work Schedules, 1955-1958
    10 30
    For RSM, 1955-1959
    10 31
    Dr. Work's File, 1956
    10 32
    1958 USA Home Leave, 1956-1957
    10 33
    Rajendra Hospital, Patiala, 1957
    10 34
    They Were Sent From God, chapter XV (extract), [undated]
    32
    Photographs, 1956
     
    Other Research [subseries]:
    10 35
    Virology, General, 1944-1956
    10 36-37
    Care & Feeding of Mouse Colony in the DMPH Laboratories, New York (photographs), 1949-1958
    10 38-39
    WHO Viruses & Birds, 1950-1961
    10 40
    Rockefeller Foundation-General Information, 1952-1955
    11 1-2
    Correspondence & Notes, 1954-1956
    11 3-4
    PL 480 Fund Project: Tick Borne Viruses in Poland (photographs), 1955-1964
    11 5
    Australia Tour, 1956
    11 6
    Notes, 1956-1957
    11 7
    Progress Report, Virus Lab, 1957
    11 8
    [In Spanish] Report of the Commission of Study, 1958
    11 9
    Travel, 1958-1960
    11 10
    Blue Sheets, 1958-1960
    11 11
    Cosmos & Sal, Letters, 1958-1960
    11 12
    Collection of Summaries of Papers Published by the Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology in Prague During 1958, 1959
    11 13
    Rockefeller Institute Memos, 1959-1960
    11 14
    [In Spanish] Epidemiólogo estadístico, 1959-1961
    11 15
    WHO Study Group on Arthropod-Borne Viruses, 1960
    11 16
    Trip to SL USA (photographs), 1960 Jan
    11 17
    Maps, Venezuela, 1960-1962
    11 18
    Group B Reagents Isolation, 1960-1962
    11 19
    [In Spanish] Gravemente del Strubbles, 1961
    11 20
    PL 480 Negotiation Forms, 1961-1962
    11 21
    Field Stations, 1962
    11 22-24
    Reports & Letters, 1955-1959
     
    Series 5: CDC, 1959-1971 [series]:

    This series contains correspondence, photographs, administrative files, reports, research papers/notes, data, and clippings. The series has been divided into ten subseries: Florida, other US, USSR, Argentina, Venezuela, Caribbean and Latin American, viruses/diseases, tests/data, research papers, and other research. As director of Virology Section for the institution, Work lead several investigation of outbreaks in the US. Each subseries highlight the efforts and work that he performed. It should be noted that some of the information in this series, especially for the Argentina, Venezuela, and Caribbean and Latin America subseries, contain material that are in Spanish. The USSR subseries also contains material that is in Russian.

     
    Florida [subseries]:
    11 25-26
    Arthropod-Borne Viruses in Florida, Big Cypress Seminole Field Study, 1959-1962
    11 27
    Correspondence, 1960
    11 28
    Cases, 1962
    11 29
    Arthropod-Borne Viruses, General File, 1960-1962
    11 30
    Florida-Yale Strains, Reference Work, 1961
    11 31-33
    Florida Epidemic Data, 1961-1962
    11 34
    Virus Isolations of the Bunyamwera Group from Florida Mosquitoes, by Roy W. Chamberlain, 1962
    11 35
    Symposium on Tampa Bay-St. Louis Encephalitis, 1962
    11 36
    Pinellas County Serological Survey, 1962
    11 37
    Tampa Bay Regional Encephalitis Investigations, 1962
    12 1-2
    Notes & Correspondence, 1962
    12 3-4
    Correspondence & Reports, 1962-1963
    12 5-6
    SLE Papers-AJTMH, 1963
    12 7-9
    Tampa Bay SLE 1962 Publicity, 1962-1963
    12 10
    Arboviruses in Everglades National Park, 1962-1964
    12 11
    Encephalitis Diagnostic Studies, 1962-1964
    12 12
    Florida Encephalitis, 1962-1964
    12 13
    Birmingham Isolate, Florida, Pittsburg, 1963
    12 14
    Board of Health Advisory Committee-Encephalitis, 1963
    12 15
    Memorandum, 1963-1964
    12 16
    Public Health Officers Conference-Jacksonville, 1963 Feb
    12 17
    SLE Florida 1962 Monograph & Papers, 1963
    12 18
    Pinellas County Survey, 1963
    12 19
    SLE Paper (Final Drafts)-AJIM & H, 1963
    12 20
    Serological Evidence of Arbovirus Infection in the Seminole Indians of Southern Florida, 1964
    12 21
    Clearwater Survey Manuscript, 1964
    12 22
    Everglades Virus Isolations-Rodents Captured, 1964
    12 23-24
    Correspondence & Data, 1964-1966
    12 25
    Everglades National Park, 1966
    12 26
    Arbovirus Symposium, 1966
     
    Other U.S. [subseries]:
    12 27
    EEE-Boston, 1960
    12 28
    California Encephalitis, 1964-1966
    12 29
    EEE-Georgia, Notes, 1963
    12 30
    APHA Southern Branch (Georgia), 1965 April 7
    12 31
    SLE-Houston Draft, 1964
    12 32-33
    Houston Report-Encephalitis, 1964-1965
    12 34-35
    SLE Houston, 1964-1966
    13 1
    Obscure Disease-Mississippi, 1963
    13 2
    EEE-North Carolina, 1965
    13 3
    1964-1965 Ohio Encephalitis, 1966
    13 4
    Encephalitis-Pennsylvania, 1965
    13 5
    EEE-South Carolina, 1965
    13 6
    Utah Survey, 1961-1966
    13 7
    Utah Sera, 1963-1966
    13 8
    EEE-Virginia; Maryland, 1965
     
    USSR [subseries]:
    13 9
    1965 Mission to USSR, 1961-1966
    13 10
    Dr. Work's USSR File, 1962-1965
    13 11-12
    Photographs, 1963
    13 13
    T. Work's Trip to Moscow-Clippings, 1965
    13 14
    Hemorrhagic Fevers in the Soviet Union, Book II, 1965
    13 15
    1965 Mission on Hemorrhagic Fevers, 1965
    13 16
    Hemorrhagic Fever-Soviet Union, 1965-1966
    13 17-20
    FY 1966 Program Planning, Virology Section, 1948-1969
     
    Argentina [subseries]:
    13 21-22
    Correspondence, Notes, and Clippings, 1960-1962
    13 23
    Argentina Hemorrhagic Fever, 1962
    13 24
    [In Spanish] El ministerio de la educación de la nación, universidad nacional de Eva Perón, 1955
    13 25
    [In Spanish] Enumeración sistemática de los vertebrados de la provincia de Buenos Aires, 1957
    13 26
    [In Spanish] Universidad Nacional De La Plata, 1958-1961
    13 27
    [In Spanish] Virosis Hemorrágica Del Noroeste Bonaerense, 1959
    13 28
    [In Spanish] Provincia De Buenos Aires Gobernacion, 1960
    13 29
    [In Spanish] Aislamiento Y Tipificatión De Un Virus Tipo Este, 1960
    13 30
    [In Spanish] Revista de Investigaciones Ganaderas, núm. 8, 1960
    13 31
    [In Spanish] Le Semana Médica, Tomo 116; 118, 1960-1961
    13 32-34
    [In Spanish] Z Serie Tecnica (Nueva Serie), no.1; 3-4; 6-20, 1960-1962
    13 35
    [In Spanish] Centro De Educacion Medica E Investigaciones Clinicas (CEMIC), 1961-1962
    13 36
    [In Spanish] Observaciones Ecologicas Del Vampiro, Tomo VI, no. 4, 1961
    13 37
    [In Spanish] Acta Kravsi, 1961 Junio (June)
    13 38
    Propagation of Junin Virus, the Etiological Agent of Argentinian Hemorrhagic Fever, in HeLa Cell Cultures, 1961
    13 39
    Studies with the Etiologic Agent og Argentinian Epidemic Hemorrhagic Fever (Junin Virus), 1962
    13 40-41
    [In Spanish] Clinica De Salubridad De Campesinos (photographs), 1962-1963
    13 42
    [In Spanish] Mal De Los Rastrojos: Fiebre Hemorragica Del Noreste De La Provincia De Buenos Aires, 1962
    14 1
    [In Spanish] Mal De Rastrojos, Notes, 1962; 1964
    14 2
    Argentine Hemorrhagic Fever Vaccination with Inactivated Junin Virus, 1965
    14 3
    Brochure-[In Spanish] Asociacion Zuliana De Turismo, [undated]
    14 4
    [In Spanish] Epidemiologia Del Mal De O Higgins, 1958
     
    Venezuela [subseries]:
    14 5-7
    Venezuelan Report, 1962-1965
    14 8
    Venezuelan Morbidity Reports, 1963-1965
    14 9
    Venezuela Information, [undated]
    14 10
    A Review of Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (VEE), 1962
    14 11
    VEE Data on Guajira Epidemic, 1962-1963
    14 12
    VEE Notes, 1963
    14 13
    VEE Report, 1963
    14 14
    Massive Cerebral Necrosis of the Fetus in Maternal Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (VEE), by Franz Wagner, [ca.1963]
    14 15
    VEE Consultation, 1964 Sept 15
    14 16-17
    VEE Consultation Report, 1964
    14 18
    VEE Commission, 1965
    14 19
    Investigations During Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Outbreaks in Venezuela 1962-1964, [ca.1965]
    14 20
    VEE-Maps (photographs), [ca.1965]
    14 21
    Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis, by Robert E. Kissling & Roy W. Chamberlain, [ca.1965]
    14 22
    Outline-Collective Investigation & Research of Enzootic & Epidemic VEE in Venezuela, [undated]
    14 23
    [In Spanish] Aislamiento De Virus De Encefalomielitis Equina, 1959
    14 24
    [In Spanish] Instituto Venezolano De Investigaciones Cientificas, 1959-1964
    14 25
    [In Spanish] Republica De Venezuela (photographs), 1963-1964
    14 26
    [In Spanish] Ministerio De Sanidad Y Asistencia, 1963-1965
    14 27
    [In Spanish] El Brote De Encefalitis Equina Venezolana, 1964
    14 28-29
    [In Spanish] Informe Sobre La Encefalitis Equina Venzolana En Venezuela (photographs), 1964 Sept 15-24
    14 30
    [In Spanish] Instituto Nacional De Higiene: Informe De Las Actividades Del Semestre, 1964
    14 31
    [In Spanish] Encefalitis Venezolana Y Otras Arbovirosis, 1964-1965
    14 32
    [In Spanish] Ministerio De Sanidad Y Asistencia Social, 1964-1965
     
    Caribbean & Latin America
    14 33
    University of West Indies-Reports, 1958-1966
    14 34
    Caribbean Encephalitis, 1962-1963
    14 35
    Jamaica Consultation, 1960-1971
    14 36
    South American Tour in Connection with 7th International Congresses on Tropical Medicine & Malaria, 1963
    14 37
    Bolivian Hemorrhagic Fever, 1962-1965
    14 38-39
    Panama Canal Study Commission, 1965-1967
     
    Viruses/Diseases [subseries]:
    14 40
    Argas Tick Viruses (photograph), 1966
    14 41
    Cercopithecus Disease, 1967
    14 42
    Cowbone Ridge Virus, 1965-1967
    15 1-2
    Encephalitis Surveillance, 1961-1966
    15 3
    Encephalitis Information, 1963-1971
    15 4
    Encephalitis Research Center, 1964
    15 5-6
    Hemorrhagic Fever Delegation, 1956-1968
    15 7
    Hemorrhagic Fever Information Exchange, 1964
    15 8
    Hemorrhagic Fevers-Notes, 1965
    15 9-10
    Hemorrhagic Fever Mission, 1964-1966
    15 11
    Jamshedpur Fever/Reyes Syndrome, 1966
    15 12
    Smallpox Fiasco, 1965
    15 13
    Yellow Fever, 1965
     
    Tests/Data [subseries]:
    15 14
    DITD Field Operations-Arid Zones, Entomological Data, 1955; 1968
    15 15
    Arbovirus Unit Summaries, 1962-1963
    15 16
    Tabrel Reports, 1962-1963
    15 17
    Arboviruses Isolated from Birds, 1964
    15 18-19
    Human Data-Dengue Investigations, 1964
    15 20
    Tests & Evaluations, 1964
    15 21
    Data, 1965
    15 22
    Vellore PL 480 Enterovirus Project Results, 1965-1966
    15 23
    Data-Incidence of Viral Hepatitis, Active Duty Army Personnel in Specified Areas, 1967
     
    Research Papers
    15 24
    Arthropod-Borne Virus Research Unit of the Department of Bacteriology, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 1961-1962
    15 25
    Tabulation of the Survey of State and Territorial Laboratories, 1962 June 11-16
    15 26
    Non-Human Vertebrates as Obligate Hosts for Anthropod-Borne Viruses, by Telford H. Work, 1962
    15 27
    Arboviruses Isolated from Argas Ticks in Egypt: Quaranfil, Chenuda, and Nyamanini, by R.M. Taylor, et al, 1965
    15 28
    Relationship of Birds and Arboviruses, by Donald D. Stamm, 1965
    15 29
    Birth of a New Division, by T.H. Work, 1966
    15 30
    Dengue Fever in A Puerto Rican Community, by John M. Neff, et al, 1966
    15 31
    Structural Differences Among Arboviruses, by G.H. Bergold, et al (photographs), 1966
    15 32
    Biologic and Immunogenic Properties of Langet TP-21 Virus, by A.A. Smorodintsev, et al, [undated]
     
    Other Research [subseries]:
    15 33
    FY 1962 Health Program, 1961
    15 34
    RESA Constitution & Correspondence, 1962-1964
    15 35
    Communicable Disease Center-Atlanta, 1962-1971
    15 36-38
    CDC 1965 Data,, 1964-1966
    15 39
    State & Territorial Lab Directors (photographs), 1964-1966
    15 40
    CDC Virology Section, 1965-1967
    15 41
    CDC Correspondence, 1966
    16 1
    WHO Study, 1956
    16 2
    PAHO Report, 1962-1963
    16 3
    International Activities/Participants, Charts, 1965-1966
    16 4
    SLE Clippings & Notes, 1959-1966
    16 5
    Arbovirus Vaccination, 1960-1962
    16 6
    Arbovirus Writings, Drafts, 1960-1965
    16 7
    Letters of Recommendation, 1960-1965
    16 8
    North Arcot District (India), 1960-1966
    32
    North Arcot District (India) Map, [ca.1965]
    16 9
    Course File, 1961-1966
    16 10
    VRP 55 Germfree Products, 1962-1966
    16 11
    Article for Natural History Magazine by Dr. Stamm, 1963
    16 12
    2nd Meeting of the FAO/OIE Expert Panel on Tick-Borne Diseases of Livestock, 1963
    16 13
    India-Kyasanur Forest Disease IV, 1963
    16 14
    LBCF Manuel, 1963-1964
    16 15
    USDA Equine Serology, 1963-1966
    16 16
    Eastern India in 1954-1955 Group B, Anthropod-Borne Virus Antibodies in Residents, 1964
    16 17
    Flight Log Notes, 1964
    16 18
    Clippings, 1964
    16 19
    Notes, 1964
    16 20
    Arbovirus Impingement on the Natural History of Man, by Telford H. Work (w/ correspondence), 1964
    16 21
    Cranbrook Institute of Science, 1964-1965
    16 22
    H5-Correspondence & Notes, 1964-1966
    16 23
    NAMRU-4 Events, 1965
    16 24
    Epidemiology Summary (Foreign), 1965-1966
    16 25
    Suggested Priority List for Reagent Production, 1966
    16 26
    Interbranch Seminar on Prevention & Control of Arbovirus Encephalitis, 1966
    16 27
    Vellore, India Christian Medical College & Hospital-Annual Report Enterovirus Laboratory, 1966
    16 28
    Newspaper Clippings, 1966
    16 29
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1966-1967
    16 30
    Proposal for the Production of Colorado Tick Fever, Seed Virus Pool and Hyperimmune Sera, [undated]
    16 31
    Cerebral Disorders in Infants and Children at Batavia: A Record of 1405 Cases, by Dr. W.J.C. Verhaart, 1941
    16 32
    An Analysis of Mosquito Collections with Special Reference to the Incidence and Prevalence of Culex Vishnui in the Japanese B Encephalitis Infected Localities of North Arcot District, Madras State, India from December 1955 through December 1957, by P.K. Rajagopalan & Telford H. Work, 1965
     
    Series 6: UCLA, 1961-1990 [series]:

    This series contains correspondence, photographs, administrative files, reports, meeting minutes, research papers/notes, and clippings. The series has been divided into seven subseries: personal, Australia, Mexico, viruses/diseases, tests/data, research papers, and other research. Work served as professor and head of the Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases department at the university. Some of the material in the Mexico subseries is in Spanish.

     
    Personal [subseries]:
    16 33
    Certificate-EPI Study Section, 1975
    16 34
    Certificates-American Public Health Association; Texas Branch American Society for Microbiology, 1958; 1971
    16 35
    Transfer from CDC, 1959-1970
    16 36
    SPH Student Photographs, 1967-1983
    16 37-38
    UCLA Academic Senate, 1961-1972
    16 39-40
    Memos & Academic Policy, 1970-1980
    16 41-42
    Correspondence, 1973
    16 43
    Correspondence, 1987
    16 44-47
    Mail, 1965-1977
    17 1-3
    Important Mail, 1970-1978
    17 4
    Minutes-Epidemiology Faculty Meeting, 1978-1980
    17 5
    Minutes-Epidemiology Faculty Meeting, 1979-1984
    17 6
    [In Spanish] Informes Reuniones Anuales, 1980-1985
    17 7
    [In Spanish] Reunion De Directores De Salud Animal De Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Paraguay Y Uruguay, Sobre Encepfalitis Equina, 1989
    17 8
    [In Spanish] III Reunion Annual De Sanidad Animal, [undated]
     
    Australia [subseries]:
    17 9
    Sabbatical, 1978
    17 10
    Correspondence, 1982
    17 11
    Murray Valley Encephalitis, 1965-1975
    17 12-13
    Working Group on Australian Encephalitis, 1976-1978
    17 14
    Clippings-Philip Brachman, 1977-1978
    17 15
    The Kimberley: A Summary of Its Natural resources and Development, 1977
    17 16
    MVE Kimberley's Clinical, 1977-1978
    17 17
    Tropical Medicine Western Australia, 1978-1979
    17 18
    Arboviruses Western Australia, 1978-1979
    17 19-20
    Arbovirus Data-Australia Sabbatical, 1978
    17 21
    Germicidal Paint, 1978-1979
    17 22
    Appendixes, 1980
    17 23
    Australian Arbovirus Encephalitis in Western Australia, 1981
    17 24
    Purari Paper, 1964-1979
    17 25
    Papua New Guinea-Tomi Petr, 1977-1979
    17 26
    Papua New Guinea Study, 1978
    17 27
    Vector Mosquitoes and Human Arbovirus Infections of the Purari River Drainage Gulf Province of Paupa Niuguini, by Telford H. Work, et al, 1978
    17 28
    Purari River (WABO) Hydroelectric Scheme Environmental Studies, Vol. 8: Viral and Parasitic Infections of the People of the Purari River and Mosquito Vectors in the Area, ed. M. Alpers, 1980
     
    Mexico [subseries]:
    17 29
    VEE, 1971
    17 30
    Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Epidemic Investigations: A Confidential Report on VEE Virus, Vector and Host Ecology Studies in Texas and Mexico, 1971
    17 31
    [In Spanish] Encefalitis Equina Venezolana en Mexico, 1972
    17 32
    Newspaper Clippings, 1971
    18 1
    VEE in Mexico-Threat to U.S., 1971-1972
    18 2
    VEE Reports & Note, 1971-1972
    18 3
    VEE Vaccine, 1972
    18 4
    VEE Mexico Surveillance, 1972-1973
    18 5
    VEE Isolation Laboratory, 1972
    18 6
    Mexico VEE Data (photographs; slides), 1972
    18 7
    VEE Correspondence, 1972-1973
    18 8
    VEE DITD Vaccination, 1973
    18 9
    Mosquito Transmission of Arboviruses at the Mexican Border, 1973
    18 10
    Historical Evolution of Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis: Inferences as to Its Future Occurrence, by Telford H. Work, 1974
    18 11
    U.S.-Mexico Border Health Association, 1974-1976
     
    Viruses/Diseases [subseries]:
    18 12
    Arbovirus Encephalitis, [ca.1970]
    18 13
    Arboviruses-JBE, WN Complex, 1970
    18 14
    California Encephalitis Virus Transmission, [ca.1970]
    18 15
    Encephalitis Threat, 1973
    18 16
    Hemorrhagic Fevers (notes), [undated]
    18 17
    Influenza Epidemiology Information (w/gaps), 1941-1990
    18 18
    On the Japanese B-West Nile Virus Complex, or An Arbovirus Problem of Six Continents, by Telford H. Work, 1971
    18 19
    Myxoviruses, [ca.1977]
    18 20
    Rocky Mt. Lab Trip, 1969-1970
    18 21
    Rubella, 1964-1973
    18 22
    St. Louis Encephalitis (SLE) Virus, [ca.1970]
    18 23
    Scrub Typhus, 1989
    18 24
    Small Pox, 1972-1980
    18 25
    Tick-Borne Encephalitis in Russia (poster), 1965
    18 26
    Unconventional Viruses, 1964
     
    Tests/Data [subseries]:
    18 27-28
    Department of Health, Education & Welfare, National Institutes of Health-Division of Research Grants, Epidemiological & Disease Control Study Section Minutes, 1971 April 21-23
    18 29-37
    Study Section, 1971-1974
    18 38
    Data Collected, 1972
    19 1-2
    Haemgglutination & Inhibition-Test, 1978
    19 3
    Synopsis, [undated]
     
    Research Papers [subseries]:
    19 4
    Report of a Consultant to the Medico-Ecology Program of the Atlantic-Pacific Interoceanic Canal Studies Commission, by Telford H. Work, 1967 April
    19 5
    VI Predictions and Plans for the Future of Arbovirus Vaccines, by Telford H. Work, 1969
    19 6
    Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance: The Continuing Assessment of Health in a Population, by Telford H. Work, 1971
    19 7-8
    Pan-American Health Organization Manuscript, 1971 Sept
    19 9
    Ecodynamics Series, no. 72-1: Ecology Studies in Western Utah, 1971
    19 10
    Monthly Comparison of 1973 Light-Trap Collections of Culex Tarsalis Mosquitoes in a Focus of Western Equine and St. Louis Encephalitis Virus Transmission, by Gary G. Clark, Telford H. Work, & John L. Moss, 1974
    19 11
    Studies of Methods for Reducing Mosquito Populations in the Vicinity of the Yuma Proving Grounds, Arizona, in Relation to Irrigation, Wildlife Habitat, and Vector-Borne Diseases, 1974 Dec
    19 12
    Tropical and Subtropical Mosquitoes of Importance to California, by Telford H. Work, 1975
    19 13
    Vector Mosquitoes and Human Arbovirus Infections of the Purari River Drainage, by Telford H. Work & Martine Jozan, [ca.1979]
    19 14
    Arboviruses of North America, by Telford H. Work, [ca.1980]
    19 15
    The Unknown Viruses, by Virus Research Centre, Poona, India, 1981 May 18
    19 16
    Review and Assessment of the Environmental Surveillance Program at Dugway Proving Ground (c.1), 1984
    19 17
    Review and Assessment of the Environmental Surveillance Program at Dugway Proving Ground (c.2), 1984
    19 18
    Ecological Evidence of SLE Virus Transmission in Southern California, by Telford H. Work, et al (draft), 1985
    19 19
    Clinical Venezuelan Encephalomyelitis Infection of Man, by Telford H. Work (draft), 1987
    19 20
    Comments on the Review of the University of California Center for Research on Biological Control, by Telford H. Work, [ca. 1987]
     
    Other Research [subseries]:
    19 21
    DITD: Insectary Information (drawings), 1966-1970
    19 22
    AFEB Directory, 1966-1971
    19 23
    Tropical Medicine, chapters 1-3, 1966-1976
    19 24
    Evaluation of the Effect of Fresh Serum Factor in the Neutralization of Dengue Viruses, by Kalyan Banerjee, 1967
    19 25
    Gulf Coast Project: Serological Studies on Arboviruses in Louisiana, 1967
    19 26
    Species Codes, Leg Band Sizes, & AOU # of North American Birds, 1967
    19 27
    Teheran Abstracts, 1967-1968
    19 28
    Reports, 1967-1971
    19 29
    DITD Field Operations: Santa Cruz Island, 1967-1976
    19 30
    Christian Medical College (Vellore, India), 1968
    19 31
    ASTM&H Committees, 1968-1969
    19 32
    DITD Field Operations: Arid Zone-Salton Sea, 1968-1971
    19 33
    Travel Request-Dr. Roger Detels, 1968-1973
    19 34
    Foreign Program, 1968-1973
    19 35
    California Mosquito Control Association, 1968-1975
    19 36
    Ecology & Epidemiology Div.-Schedule of Studies, 1969
    19 37
    NIH Proposal Review, Epidemic of Dengue Virus Infection in West Africa, 1969
    19 38
    Thomas Francis, Jr. Fund, University of Michigan, 1969
    19 39
    USSR, 1969
    19 40
    VEE-Venezuela, 1969
    19 41
    The President's Message, 1970
    19 42
    Lecture on Global Epidemiology-Stanford University Medical School, 1970 April 16-17
    19 43
    DITD Wister State Refuge Finney Lake, 1970-1971
    19 44
    Third International Conference on Comparative Virology, 1970-1971
    19 45
    Wild Monkey Capture-Release-Recapture Program, 1971
    19 46
    Reports & Correspondence, 1971-1978
    19 47
    Deprivation of Students (Breslow/Clark/Detels), 1971-1978
    19 48
    Communicable Disease Unit, LAC-USC Medical Center/1st Year Medical Students, 1972
    19 49
    Chinese Medicine & Public Health-NIH Washington, DC (photograph), 1972 March 15
    20 1
    Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, NIH, 1973-1974
    20 2
    Fall 1973 Lecture, University Wide Center-Biological Control, 1973-1975
    20 3
    Publications: Karl F. Meyer/James H. Steele, 1974-1976
    20 4
    LA School of Public Health, 1975
    20 5
    Review of International Center for Biological Control UCB & VCI, 1975 April 14-15, 1970-1975
    20 6
    H.A. Standfast, 1977
    20 7
    Techniques & Equipment, 1978
    20 8
    Operations Guide, 1978
    20 9-10
    County of Los Angeles-Dept. Health Services, 1983-1985
    20 11
    Bellagio Center, 1984-1985
    20 12
    Dugway Proving Ground Biological Warfare, Notes, 1984
    20 13
    SLE Research Proposals, 1985
    20 14
    Vaccine Procedures USAMRIID, 1987-1989
    20 15
    Delhi Hepatitis: Eli Delhic Papers, 1988
    20 16
    Report & Correspondence-Maiztegui, 1988-1989
    20 17
    Argentina Caraballa, Guadalupe, 1990
    20 18
    Roche Laboratories, 1990
     
    Series 7: Reports and Research Papers, 1953-1981 [series]:

    This series has been divided into three subseries: annual, research papers, and general. The annual reports subseries contain various reports from his various career appointments. Research papers are comprised of written reports that were either meant for various publications and/or presentations. Most of which were written by Work.

     
    Annual Reports [subseries]:
    20 19
    United States Naval Research Unit, No. 3, 1953
    20 20
    Egypt, 1953
    20 21
    Report from the Director, Poona, India, 1955
    20 22
    Krishna Godavari Field Area, Zoology, 1955-1956
    20 23
    Report of the Director, Poona, India, 1956
    20 24
    Report of the Director (c.2), 1956
    20 25
    Report to the Director, 1956-1957
    20 26
    Report of the Director, 1957
    20 27
    Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 1958
    20 28
    United States Army Medical Unit, 1958
    20 29
    Belem Virus Laboratory (Brazil), 1959
    20 30
    1959 Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 1960
    20 31
    Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 1960
    20 32
    Virology Section (CDC), 1962-1964
    20 33
    University of the West Indies, 1963 July 31-August 1 1964 Arbovirus Studies, [ca.1965]
    20 34
    WHO Regional Reference Lab, 1966
    20 35
    1967 Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 1968
    21 1
    1968 Virus Research Centre (Poona, India), 1970
    21 2
    Arbovirology Unit July 1969-June 1970, 1969-1970
    21 3
    Studies on Arthropod-Borne Viruses (U) Annual Progress Report, 1971
    21 4-5
    Department of Microbiology, University of Western Australia, 1973-1981
    21 6
    Progress Report, 1974-1975
    21 7
    Yale Arbovirus Research Unit, 1975
     
    Research Papers [subseries]:
    21 8
    Preliminary Studies on the Infection of Culcine Mosquitoes with Viruses Isolated in South India, 1956
    21 9
    Summary of Preliminary Report of Investigations of the Virus Research Centre of an Epidemic Disease Affecting Forrest Villagers and Wild Monkeys of Shimoga District, Mysore, 1957
    21 10
    Investigation of Arthropod-Borne Virus Diseases: California, 1957
    21 11
    Kyasanur Forrest Disease III: A Preliminary Report on the Nature of the Infection and Clinical Manifestations in Human Cases, By Telford H. Work, et al, 1957
    21 12
    Reports of the Osteuropa-Institute of the Free University Berlin, No. 28, Medical Series: Virus Encephalitides in the Soviet Union and in Central Europe, 1957
    21 13
    Kyasanur Forest Disease Tables & Charts, 1957-1958
    21 14
    Kyasanur Forrest Disease, General, 1957-1958
    21 15
    The Infection of Haemaphysalis Spinigera with G 11338 by Feeding and the Transmission of the Virus by the Bite of an Infected Tick, 1958
    21 16
    Report on Studies of Anthropod-Borne Virus Infection in Jamaica-West Indies (1956 to date), [ca.1959]
    21 17
    WHO-Study Group on Anthropod-Borne Viruses, 1960
    21 18
    Report on Studies of Anthropod-Borne Virus Infection in Jamaica-West Indies (August 1962-July 1963), [ca.1964]
    21 19
    Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (1st draft), 1964
    21 20
    Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis, 1964
    21 21
    Preliminary-Collection Trip East of Venezuela, 1964
    21 22
    Report on the Catalogue of the Arthropod-Borne Viruses of the World, by R.M. Taylor, editor, 1965 March
    21 23
    Report on Studies of Anthropod-Borne Virus Infection in Jamaica-West Indies (August 1964-July 1965), [ca.1966]
    21 24
    Technical Report-Arthropod-Borne Virus Studies of the Bonneville Basin, April 1, 1969-March 3, 1970, 1970 Sept
    21 25-26
    Arbovirus Progress Reports, UWA Department of Microbiology, 1976-1978
    21 27
    Mosquito Investigation No. 2: Shire of Wanneroo, by Andrew Blair, 1978 Aug
    21 28
    A Means of Identifying the Common Mosquitoes of the Perth Metropolitan Area, 1978 Sept
    21 29
    Viral Central Nervous System and Enteric Disease in Southern Nevada, 1980 Summer
    21 30
    Isolations of St. Louis Encephalitis Virus from Post-Mortem Tissues of Human Cases in 1962 Florida Epidemic, 1981
     
    General [subseries]:
    21 31-32
    Interim Reports, 1955-1956
    21 33
    Reports to the Field, 1955-1957
    21 34
    Run Reports, 1955-1960
    21 35
    Madras State, 1956
    21 36
    Pasteur Institute of Southern India, Coonoor, 1956
    21 37
    Virus Research Centre, Poona, India, [ca.1957]
    21 38
    Japanese B Encephalitis, [ca.1957]
    21 39
    Rockefeller Foundation, Confidential Monthly, 1957 Dec 1
    22 1
    Mysore KFD, 1958
    22 2
    European Tour,, 1958 Sept-Oct
    22 3
    Serological Report on Convalescents & Contacts, [ca.1958]
    22 4
    VRC Monthly Reports, 1958-1959
    22 5
    Report from Dr. G.H. Bergold, 1964
    22 6
    Reports, No. 15, 1967 March
    22 7
    Special Report-Catalogue of Arthropod-Borne Viruses of the World, 1968 March
    22 8
    Annual Report on Catalogue of Arthropod-Borne Viruses of the World by Subcommittee for Exchange Information, 1971
    22 9
    Correspondence on the Discovery and Original Investigations on Kuru: Smadel-Gajdusek Correspondence, 1955-1958, 1975
     
    Series 8: Conferences, 1957-1979 [series]:

    This series contains correspondence, photographs, research papers/notes, proceedings, and ephemera. The series has been divided into four subseries: lectures, American Committee on Arthropod-Borne Viruses (ACAV), Armed Forces Epidemiological Board-Commission on Viral Infections (AFEB-CVI), and other. The lectures subseries contains information about the various lectures Work presented at various institutions including Stanford and Harvard Medical School. Work was a member of both the ACAV and AFEB-CVI. Both these subseries contain material regarding the various conferences and meeting the groups held. The other subseries contains material about other conferences, symposium, and meetings that Work attended and/or presented during his medical career.

     
    Lectures [subseries]:
    22 10
    University of Texas Medical School, 1968 March 20
    22 11
    Stanford University, 1968 Nov 26
    22 12
    Harvard Medical School, 1968 Dec 18
    22 13
    UC-Davis, 1969 Feb 13
    22 14-15
    1969 Regents' Lecturer for Fall Quarter (C.G. Pandit), 1960-1970
    22 16
    1973 Feb 8 VEE Presentation, 1973-1979
    22 17
    Nutritional Diseases, [undated]
     
    American Committee on Anthropod-Borne Viruses (ACAV) [subseries]:
    22 18-19
    Minutes, 1961-1963, 1966
    22 20-21
    Committee on Serological Reagents, 1961-1966
    22 22
    Relation of Birds to Anthropod-Borne Viruses, Atlanta, 1962 Feb 16-17
    22 23
    Executive Meetings, 1963, 1966-1968
    22 24-26
    Committee on Information Exchange, 1964-1968
    22 27
    Open Meetings, 1965-1968
    22 28
    NIH, 1966 May 12-13
    22 29
    International Advisory Committee, 1966
    22 30-31
    Catalog Publication, 1966-1968
    22 32
    Catalogue Publication Registration, 1971
    22 33
    Subcommittee on Birds & Other Vertebrates, 1968 March
    22 34
    Subcommittee Meeting, 1969-1970
    22 35
    Arbovirus Catalogue Questionnaire, 1969-1970
    22 36
    Memorandum, 1975-1978
    22 37-38
    R.M. Taylor Award (photographs), 1965-1966
    23 1
    R.M. Taylor Award-Moscow, 1966
    23 2
    R.M. Taylor Award (photographs), 1967
    23 3
    R.M. Taylor Award, 1968
     
    Armed Forces Epidemiological Board-Commission on Viral Infections [subseries]:
    23 4
    Washington, DC, 1961 Oct 26-27
    23 5
    Washington, DC, 1962 March 8-9 & Oct 24-25
    23 6
    Washington, DC, 1963 March 11-12
    23 7
    Washington, DC, 1963 Oct 10-11
    23 8-10
    Washington, DC, 1964 March 16-17
    23 11
    Washington, DC, 1964 Oct 15-16
    23 12
    Washington, DC, 1965 March 18-19 & Oct 14-15
    23 13
    Washington, DC, 1966 March 21-22 & Oct 13-14
    23 14
    Washington, DC, 1968 March 21-23 & Oct 22-23
    23 15
    Washington, DC, 1969 Oct 22-23
    23 16
    General, 1964-1966
    23 17
    Minutes, 1966
    23 18
    Progress Reports, 1966-1967
    23 19
    Dengue Task Force, 1966-1970
    23 20
    Revised Operating Procedures, 1967 Jan 20
    23 21
    Final Report on Ecology of Powassan Virus, 1967
    23 22
    Catalog of Registered Viruses, 1967 Dec
    23 23
    Agenda of Meetings, 1967
     
    Other [subseries]:
    23 24
    WHO: Proceedings of Informal Meeting on Arthropod-Borne Viruses, 1958 September
    23 25
    WHO: Virus Meetings,, 1958; 1962-1963 1967
    23 26
    WHO: Scientific Group on Birds as Disseminators of Arthropod-Borne Viruses, Geneva, 1959 March 9-14
    23 27-33
    WHO: Inter-Regional Seminar on Mosquito-Borne Hemorrhagic Fevers, Bangkok, Thailand, 1964 Oct 19-26
    24 1-3
    Gould House Meetings, 1958-1962
    24 4
    Conference on Animal Disease & Human Health, 1957
    24 5
    Eight Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Pathologists, 1957
    24 6
    Proceedings of the Ninth Pacific Science Congress, 1957
    24 7-9
    Proceedings of the Conference on Kyasanur Forest Disease (photographs), 1957 Aug 29-31
    24 10
    Rockefeller Foundation, 1957-1958
    24 11
    American Society of Tropical Medicine: Mend Symposium, 1958-1959
    24 12
    ASTMH, Los Angeles, 1960 Nov
    24 13
    Symposium on the Biology of Viruses of the Tick-Borne Encephalitis Complex, 1960
    24 14
    Industrial Council for Tropical Health, Harvard School of Public Health, 1960 July 20-22
    24 15
    Tashkent Conference (photographs), 1960-1963
    24 16
    American Public Health Association, Detroit, 1961
    24 17
    American Society of Tropical Medicine (Atlanta), 1961
    24 18
    HAI Antibodies of Man and Animals in the Serological Epidemiology of Tick-borne Encephalitis (TE) Complex Virus Infections, 1961
    24 19
    Arbovirus Immunization Symposium-Smadel, 1962
    24 20
    Diagnostic Reagents Manufacturers, Agenda, 1962
    24 21
    Proceedings of Seventh International Congresses on Tropical Medicine & Malaria (Rio De Janeiro), 1963 Sept 6
    24 22
    Proceedings of Seventh International Congresses on Tropical Medicine & Malaria, 1964
    24 23
    Counterinsurgency, Ft. Bragg, NC, 1964 April 20-22
    24 24
    NIAID Arbovirus Committee, 1965-1966
    24 25
    Proceedings of Symposium held in Tokyo at the 11th Pacific Congress, 1966 Aug 23-25
    24 26
    Arbovirus Committee, Second Mailing List, 1966 May
    24 27
    APHA, Miami, 1967 Oct 23-28
    24 28
    18th Annual Southwestern Conference on Diseases in Nature Transmissible to Man, 1968 April 25-26
    24 29
    Workshop: "Virus Diseases Which Impede Colonization of Non-Human Primates", 1968 May 22-24
    24 30
    First International Conference for Virology, Helsinki, Finland, 1968 July 14-20
    24 31
    Section A.5.1.1-3: 8th International Congress, Teheran, 1968 Sept 7-15
    24 32
    1968 Synopsis of Catalogue of Arthropod-Borne Viruses of the World, 1969
    24 33
    Trans-Gulf Migrants & Epizootology of Arboviruses in North America, Novosibirsk, USSR, 1969 July 20-27
    24 34
    Viral-Rickettsial Registry Committee, Boston, 1970 April
    24 35
    20th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, Boston, 1971
    24 36
    First Bi-National Meeting, Mexico, 1971 Aug
    24 37
    Seminar for Public Health Education, 1974 June 27-28
    24 38
    Potential Role of Birds in the Epidemiology of Arbor Viruses, 1974
    25 1
    California Mosquito Control Association, Stockton, California, 1972 Jan 30-31-Feb 1-2
    25 2
    Proceedings-Forty-Forth Annual Conference of the California Mosquito Control Association, Inc., 1976 Jan 25-28
    25 3
    Proceedings of West Africa Conference, 1976 April 11-15
    25 4-5
    John E. Fogarty International Center, 1977-1978
    25 6
    Proceedings, [undated]
     
    Series 9: Arthropod-Borne Virus Information Exchange, 1958-1977 [series]:

    This series contains correspondence, papers, and notes. The series has been divided into four subseries: drafts, final edition, correspondence, and general. The Arthropod-Borne Virus Information Exchange was the newsletter that Work and Dr. Richard Taylor started in 1960. Work served as the first editor of the newsletter. The drafts subseries contains material sent in by various individuals for addition in the newsletter. The final edition subseries is the actual newsletter produced and distributed subscribers. The correspondence subseries highlights the communication between individuals and the newsletter concerning addition of their work in the newsletter.

     
    Drafts [subseries]:
    25 7-8
    Catalogue File I, 1960-1963
    25 9-10
    Catalogue File II, 1961-1962
    25 11-12
    Catalogue File III, 1962-1963
    25 13-14
    Catalogue File IV, 1961-1963
    25 15-16
    Catalogue File V, 1962-1965
    25 17-18
    Catalogue File VI, 1964-1966
     
    Final Copy [subseries]:
    25 19
    No. 2-3, 1960-1961
    25 20
    No. 4-5, 1961-1962
    25 21
    No. 6-7, 1962-1963
    25 22
    No. 8-9, 1963-1964
    25 23
    No. 10-11, 1964-1965
    25 24
    No. 12-13, 1965-1966
    25 25
    No. 14,, 1966
    26 1
    No. 15 (2 copies), 1967
    26 2
    No. 16,, 1967
    26 3
    No. 17 (2 copies), 1968
    26 4
    No. 18, 1968
    26 5
    No. 19, 1969
     
    Correspondence [subseries]:
    26 6
    ACAV Information Exchange, 1960-1962
    26 7
    ACAV Information Exchange, 1963-1965; 1972-1973
    26 8
    Submission Correspondence, 1965
    26 9
    Addressee Correspondence, 1967-1968
    26 10
    Correspondence, No. 19, 1969
    26 11
    Correspondence, No. 20, 1969-1970
    26 12
    Correspondence, No. 22, 1971
     
    General [subseries]:
    26 13
    Catalogue Strain Submission Reproductions, 1961-1962
    26 14
    Pending Submissions, 1965
    26 15
    Revisions to List as of December 1965, 1966
    26 16
    Submissions, No. 13, 1965-1966
    26 17
    Submissions, No. 14, 1965-1966
    26 18-19
    Contributions, No. 14, 1965-1966
    26 20
    Replies from Participants, No. 14, 1966
    26 21
    Participants, 1967 Dec 1
    26 22-23
    Submissions (originals), No. 19, 1969
    26 24-25
    Copies & Lists of Contributors, No. 19, 1968-1969
    26 26-27
    Submissions (original), No. 20, 1969-1970
    26 28
    Acknowledgements, No. 20 & 21, 1969-1971
    27 1-2
    Submissions (photocopies), No. 22, 1971
    27 3
    Acknowledgements, No. 22, 1971
    27 4
    No. 22 & 23, Acknowledgements, 1971
    27 5
    Submissions (originals & photocopies), No. 23, 1971
    27 6
    Forth Quarter, Issue No. 52, 1974
    27 7
    First Quarter, no. 53, 1975
    27 8
    Second Quarter, no. 58, 1976
    27 9
    Third Quarter, no. 63, 1977
    27 10
    Catalogue, 1958-1960
    27 11
    Original Forms Catalogue Strains, 1959-1960
    27 12
    Catalogue Instructions, 1960-1966
    27 13
    History of the Catalogue, 1960-1971
    27 14
    Registration of Tickborne Encephalitis Viruses, 1961-1962
    27 15
    International Review, 1965
    27 16-17
    Arbovirus Encephalitis, 1966
    27 18-19
    Catalog Publication, 1967-1968
    27 20
    Catalog Publication, 1969-1970
    27 21
    Catalog Operation, 1967-1969
    27 22
    Catalog Participants Lists, 1968-1971
    27 23
    Vol. 19, No. 6, part 2 of 2, 1970 Nov
    27 24
    Catalogue Key Code, [undated]
     
    Series 10: Publications, 1945-1983 [series]:

    This series contains excerpts, clippings, correspondence, and copies of articles and published works. The series has been divided into six subseries: USSR, India, Rockefeller Foundation, CDC, UCLA, and other. While material Work produced for publication is contained in this series, not all work is his. The USSR subseries contains material that is in Russian. The India subseries contains material that was published in India including some Indian journals. The next three subseries contain published material either by Work or his colleagues and related to where he was during the time they were published.

     
    USSR [subseries]:
    27 25-31
    Russian Literature, 1949-1970
    27 32
    Articles in Russian Periodicals (English translations), 1950
     
    India [subseries]:
    28 1
    Excerpt, Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, 1957 May 11
    28 2
    Reprints from: Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, vol. 13, no. 12, 1959 Dec; vol. 20, no. 5, 1966 May
    28 3
    Reprint from: Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol. 48, no. 3, 1960 May
    28 4
    Indian Research Fund Association and Indian Council of Medical Research, 1911-1961: Fifty Years of Progress, 1964
    28 5
    Journal of Indian Medical Profession, vol. 10, no. 11, 1964
    28 6
    Prof. Khanolkar Felicitation Volume (book), 1963
     
    Rockefeller Foundation [subseries]:
    28 7
    Jamshedpur Fever: A Preliminary Report, by Najib Khan, Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, vol. 8, no. 9, pp 597-609 [reprint], 1954 Sept
    28 8
    Studies on the North American Arthropod-Borne Encephalitis: Equine Encephalitis in Louisiana, by Robert E. Kissling, et al, American Journal of Hygiene, vol. 62, no. 3 [reprint], 1955 Sept
    28 9
    Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis in Wild Birds, by R.W. Chamberlain, et al, American Journal of Hygiene, vol. 63, no. 3, pp 261-273,[reprint], 1956 May
    28 10
    Newsletter: The Rockefeller Foundation, 1958-1961
    28 11
    Immunity in Group B Arthropod-Borne Virus Diseases, by Sidney E. Grossberg & William F. Scherer, American Journal of Hygiene, vol. 69, no.1, pp. 60-67 [reprint], 1959 Jan
    28 12
    Virological Epidemiology of the 1958 Epidemic of Kyasanur Forest Disease, by Telford H. Work, F.R. Roderiguez, & P.N. Bhatt, American Journal of Public Health, vol. 49, no. 7, pp. 869-874 [reprint], 1959 July
     
    CDC [subseries]:
    28 13
    Tickborne Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers, by Telford H. Work, from: Diseases Transmitted From Animals To Man (5th Ed.), ed. By Thomas G. Hull, Chapter 39, pp. 823-835 [reprint], 1963
    28 14
    Tick-borne Viruses: A Review of an Arthropod-borne Virus Problem of Growing Importance in the Tropics, by Telford H. Work, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 29, pp. 59-74 [reprint], 1963
    28 15
    Arbovirus Impingement on the Natural History of Man, by Telford H. Work, from: Occupational Diseases Acquired From Animals [reprint], 1964
    28 16
    Isolation of St. Louis Encephalitis Viruses from Mosquitoes in the Tampa Bay Area of Florida During the Epidemic of 1962, by Richard P. Dow, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 462-468 [reprint], 1964 May
    28 17
    Serological Evidence of Arbovirus Infection in the Seminole Indians of Southern Florida, by Telford H. Work, Science vol. 145, no. 3629, pp. 270-272 [reprint], 1964 July 17
    28 18
    Epidemic St. Louis Encephalitis in Houston, 1964: A Cooperative Study, Journal of the American Medical Association, vol. 193, no. 2, pp. 139-146 [reprint], 1965 July 12
    28 19
    Arboviruses Isolated from Argas Ticks in Egypt: Quarsnfil, Chenuda, and Nyamanini, by R.M. Taylor, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 76-86 [reprint], 1966
    28 20
    Fatal Viral Encephalitis Following 17D Yellow Fever Vaccine Inoculation: Report of a Case in a 3-Year-Old Child, A Joint Statement, Journal of the American Medical Association, vol. 198, no. 6, pp. 671-672 [reprint], 1966 Nov 7
    28 21
    A Current Appraisal of Hemorrhagic Fevers in the USSR, by Jordi Casals, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 15, no. 8, pp. 751-764 [reprint], 1966
    28 22
    Arbovirus Infections of Laboratory Workers, by R.P. Hanson, et al, Science, vol. 158, no. 3806, pp. 1283-1286 [reprint], 1967 Dec 8
    28 23
    St. Louis Encephalitis in McLeansboro, Illinois, 1964, by Robert H. Kokernot, et al, Journal of Medical Entomology, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 255-260 [reprint], 1967
    28 24
    St. Louis Encephalitis Vector Studies in Houston, Texas, 1964, by W.D. Sudia, et al, J Med Entomol, vol. 4, no. 1. pp. 32-36 [reprint], 1967 April 25
     
    UCLA [subseries]:
    28 25
    An Analysis of Mosquito Collections, by P.K. Rajagopalan & Telford H. Work, Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol. 57, no. 8, pp. 1409-1419 [reprint], 1969 Aug
    28 26
    Bhanja Virus: A New Arbovirus from Ticks Haemaphysalis Intermedia Warburton and Nuttall, 1909, in Orissa, India, by Keerti V. Shah & Telford H. Work, Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol. 57, no. 5, pp. 793-798 [reprint], 1969 May
    28 27
    Gumbo Limbo, A New Group C Arbovirus from the Florida Everglades, by B.E. Henderson, et al, American Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 89, no.2, pp. 227-231 [reprint], 1969
    28 28
    Isolation of Ganjam Virus from a Human Case of Febrile Illness, by C.N. Dandawate, et al, Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol. 57, no. 6, pp. 975-982 [reprint], 1969 June
    28 29
    Mahogany Hammock Virus, A New Guama Group Arbovirus from the Florida Everglades, by P.H. Coleman, S. Ryder, & T.H. Work, American Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 89, no. 2, pp. 217-221 [reprint], 1969
    28 30
    Sakhalin Virus-a New Arbovirus Isolated from Ixodes (Ceratixodes) Putus Pick. 1878 Collected on Tuleniy Island, Sea of Okhotsk, D.K. Lvov, et al, Archiv für diegesamte Virusforschung, [vol.] 38, pp. 133-138 [reprint], 1972
    28 31
    Virological Studies of Avian Hosts in the Houston Epidemic of St. Louis Encephalitis, 1964, by Rexford D. Lord, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 662-671 [reprint], 1973 Sept
    28 32
    [Review] A Field of Virology by Telford H. Work, Science, vol. 182, pp. 273-274, 1973 Oct 19
    28 33
    Mosquito Transmission of Arboviruses at the Mexican Border in the Imperial Valley, California, 1972, by David Bown & Telford H. Work, Mosquito News, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 381-385 [reprint], 1973 Sept
    28 34
    Ecological Investigations of Vertebrate Hosts of Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis Virus in South Florida, by Rexford D. Lord, et al, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 116-123 [reprint], 1973 Jan
    28 35
    UCLA Research on encephalitis viruses in Southern California, by Telford H. Work, UCLA School of Public Health Newsletter [reprint], 1976 Winter
    28 36
    Stanford MD, vol. 23, no. 1 (2 copies), 1982 Fall
    28 37
    Human Arborvirus Infections of the Purari River Lowlands, by T.H. Work & M. Jozan, from: The Purari-Tropical Environment of a High Rainfall River Basin, ed. T. Petr, Chapter 6, pp. 517-529 [reprint], 1983
     
    Other [subseries]:
    28 38
    [In Spanish] Relaciones entre estados climáticos y la ecología de algunos roedores de campo (Cricetidae), [by] Jorge A. Crespo, Revista Argentina de Zoogeograffia, vol. IV, no.3, pp 137-144, 1945
    28 39
    [In Spanish] Ecologia De Una Comunidad De Roedores Silvestries En El Partido De Rojas, Provincia De Buenos Aires, [by] Jorge A. Crespo, Revists del Museo Aregentino De Ciencias Naturales, [vol.] 1, no. 3, pp. 79-134, 1966
    28 40
    The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, 1960
    28 41
    Articles form Science, 1962-1964
    28 42
    The Rockefeller Foundation: A Condensed Record of Activities From 1923-1963, 1963 May
    28 43
    Viral Diseases, pp. 83-102, [ca.1965]
    28 44
    Western Australia Arbovirus Newsletter, 1981
    28 45
    Photocopies of journal articles, 1955-1972
    28 46
    Latency and Viral Ecology, by Sir Christopher H. Andrewes w/ Introduction of Andrewes by Telford. H. Work, National Cancer Institute, Monograph No. 20: Viruses of Laboratory Rodents, [undated]
    28 47
    Chapter 1: Virus Diseases in the Tropics, by Telford H. Work, [unknown publication], (w/list of contributors to publication), pp. xv-xxix; 1-14, [undated]
    28 48
    Brochure-Publication Order List for National Geographic Society, [undated]
     
    Series 11: Audiovisual [series]:
    28 49
    Disc Recordings (6 phonographs), [undated]
    28 50
    Reel-to-Reel Audiotape, [undated]
    28 51
    16mm Film, Dr. Goddard Interview with Dr. Raska, WHO TV-887 [undated]
    28 52
    16mm Films, List, 1942-1988
     
    Series 12: Pathology Slides, 1955-1962 [series]:
    31 1
    N.P. 900 (Languir monkey from Shimoga District received on 29.3.57) viscera-10 sections, brain-7, 1957
    31 2
    N.P. 926 1st human p.m. [post mortem] case from Mysor; 20 sections (viscera-10, brain-10), [1957]
    31 3
    Frozen sections: N.P. 977 - W493 (3 sections); N.P. 908 - W504 (3 sections); N.P. 976 - 2nd human p.m. case from Mysor (7 sections), [1957]
    31 4
    [Kushua?] monkey vaccine LN [Baupaline?], [undated]
    31 5
    W20 rabies slides, [undated]
    31 6
    NP A 83 (PR 236) [lung, kidney, spleen, heart muscle, liver, brain], [c.1962]
    31 7
    Tissues in paraffin, M11 Govind-swamy Pachamma, [1955-1956]
    31 8
    A-6712 Petron, Leslie Jean. Seven parafin sections of formalin fixed brain tissue. Path Dx encephalitis consistent with post vaccinal enc. (yellow fever vaccine D 17 strain), [undated]
    31 9-10
    [Unidentified slides] 2 envelopes, [undated]
     
    Series 13: Other, 1925-1986 [series]:

    This series contains photographs, correspondence, reports, and clippings. Material in this series could not easily fit into any of the other series, but are important to the collection. Perhaps of special interest to researchers would be the catalog of registered viruses. There is an alphabetical listing of then known viruses (ca.1974) as well as registration cards containing information on these viruses.

    28 53
    The Australian Epidemics of an Acute Polio-Encephalomyelitis (X Disease): Its Clinical Description, Its Histological Lesions, and Its Transmission to Monkeys, Sheep, a Calf, and a Horse (photocopy), [ca.1925]
    28 54-56
    Russian Translations, 1954-1958
    28 57
    Reports-China, 1954-1972
    28 58
    Field Trips, 1952-1955
    28 59-61
    1960 Florid Field Trip, 1958-1960
    29 1-2
    Site Visit-Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, 1973-1974
    29 3
    Registered Viruses, A-C, [ca.1974]
    29 4
    Registered Viruses, D-J, [ca.1974]
    29 5
    Registered Viruses, K-M, [ca.1974]
    29 6
    Registered Viruses, N-S, [ca.1974]
    29 7
    Registered Viruses, T-Z, [ca.1974]
    29 8
    Alphabetized List of Viruses, [undated]
    29 9
    Report of Laboratory Acquired Arbovirus Infections, [undated]
    29 10
    Alphabetical Listing of Viruses Registered as of Dec 31, 1972 & Dec 31, 1973, [1973- 1974]
    29 11
    Arbovirus Names, by the American Committee on Arthropod-Borne Viruses, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 18, no. 5, pp. 731-734 [reprint], 1969 Sept
    29 12
    Changes & Revision for Cards, Abstracts, Etc., 1966-1974
    29 13
    Catalogue Registration for Arboviruses, [undated]
    29 14
    Key to Keypunches, 1965
    29 15-23
    Virus Registration Cards (Old), [ca. 1971]
    29 24-26
    Virus Registration Cards (New), [ca.1977]
    29 27
    Neurotropic Virus Infections, ed. A.A. Smorodintsev, 1954
    29 28
    Personnel, 1954-1956
    29 29
    Press & Clippings, 1955-1956
    29 30
    Reprint Requests, 1957
    29 31
    Hepatitis (Mosley Correspondence), 1957-1961
    29 32
    Diary of M.G.R. Varma (Bangkok), [ca.1958]
    29 33
    Virus Diagnostic Laboratory Bangalore Financial Statement, [ca.1958]
    29 34
    Encephalitis Publicity, 1959; 1964-1965
    29 35
    Swedish Sera HAI, 1960
    30 1-2
    Hepatitis Information & Reports, 1960-1963
    30 3
    Reports & Notes, 1964-1981
    30 4
    Evaluation of Dengue Virus Vaccine,, [ca.1965]
    30 5
    Dept. of the Army, Dugway Proving Ground, 1968
    30 6
    Waverly Press, Inc., 1968
    30 7
    Craig Lecture (Dr. C.G. Pandit), [ca.1968]
    30 8
    Diseases Surveillance (Spanish Translation), 1971
    30 9
    Associated reprints, 1960-1963
    30 10
    Notes (Lord & Maxfield), 1960-1966
    30 11
    VEE Vaccines, 1964-1986
    30 12
    Project: Communicable Diseases & Immunology, [ca.1969]
    30 13
    Vaccination Program for Laboratory Personnel, [undated]
    30 14
    Williams/Wilkins & Allen Press Proposals, [undated]
    30 15
    Desoxycholate Technique, [undated]
     
    Series 14: Photographs, 1940s-1970s [series]:

    145 pictures of Work and of his field research activities and partners, laboratory environments, and group photographs. Most all were labeled by Martine Work before donation identifying people, events, location, date, and personal remembrances. Others also bear labels contemporary to the original photograph.

    33 1
    Navy, early years, and others, 1940s-1970
    33 2
    India, 1954-1960
    33 3
    Russia, 1965-1966
    33 4
    CDC, 1963-1964
    33 5
    Egypt, 1953-1955; 1960
    33 6
    Miscellaneous, 1946-1974
    33 7
    Itemized photograph inventory