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Finding aid to the José Barzelatto papers

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Summary Information
Title: José Barzelatto papers
Creator: Barzelatto, J. (José)
Extent: 11.25 linear feet
Abstract:
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Reprints, reports, some correspondence, newsletters/journals. Barzelatto was active in the Ford Foundation (later Center for Health and Policy) on the issue of health in the face of social change, specifically population control. Materials touch on religious, ethical and policy issues relatd to population control, abortion, sexuality, access to drugs.

Call number: HMD MS ACC 2001-001
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored offsite. Retrievals made last Friday of the month. Contact reesj@nlm.nih.gov for scheduling.

Access Restrictions:

Unprocessed collection. Access is restricted. See Reference Librarian for information regarding access.

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Provenance:

Gift, Ana Maria Michaels, 12/1/2007, Accession 2008-001.


Collection Scope and Content Note

Reprints, reports, some correspondence, newsletters/journals. Barzelatto was active in the Ford Foundation (later Center for Health and Policy) on the issue of health in the face of social change, specifically population control. Materials touch on religious, ethical and policy issues relatd to population control, abortion, sexuality, access to drugs.