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Finding Aid to the Eugene P. Campbell Papers, 1941-1986

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by Francesca C. Morgan and Peter Hirtle
Processing completed 1991
Encoded by Dan Jenkins


Summary Information
Title: Eugene P. Campbell Papers
Creator: Campbell, Eugene Paul, 1907-
Dates: 1941-1986
Extent: 6.9 linear feet (7 boxes and 36 volumes)
Abstract:
Dr. Campbell earned a M.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1933 and a master's in public health from the Pennsylvania School of Public Health in 1942. When the Second World War broke out, he was teaching epidemiology there and wanting to contribute to the war effort, he went to work for the fledgling Institute of Inter-American Affairs (IIAA). The papers date from the 1940s to the 1970s and consist of Campbell's journals and their accompanying photographs, correspondence, reports and papers, and subject files, the bulk of which consists of bound volumes.

Call number: MS C 467
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

Access Restrictions:

Collection is not restricted. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access.

Copyright and Re-use Information

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Preferred Citation:

Campbell, Eugene Paul. Eugene P. Campbell papers. 1941-1986. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD.; MS C 467.

Provenance:

Eugene P. Campbell donated his papers to the National Library of Medicine in 1990. Additions to the memoirs were received and added to the collection in April 1992.

Related Material

Additional materials on the IIAA and its history can be found in the collections of the Columbia Oral History office at Columbia University, where past IIAA officials have deposited transcripts of interviews.


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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the Eugene P. Campbell Papers, 1941-1986

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by Francesca C. Morgan and Peter Hirtle
Processing completed 1991
Encoded by Dan Jenkins

Descriptive Summary

Campbell, Eugene Paul, 1907-Eugene P. Campbell Papers Dates: 1941-19866.9 linear feet (7 boxes and 36 volumes)MS C 467 Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Abstract:Dr. Campbell earned a M.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1933 and a master's in public health from the Pennsylvania School of Public Health in 1942. When the Second World War broke out, he was teaching epidemiology there and wanting to contribute to the war effort, he went to work for the fledgling Institute of Inter-American Affairs (IIAA). The papers date from the 1940s to the 1970s and consist of Campbell's journals and their accompanying photographs, correspondence, reports and papers, and subject files, the bulk of which consists of bound volumes.Collection materials primarily in EnglishProvenance:

Eugene P. Campbell donated his papers to the National Library of Medicine in 1990. Additions to the memoirs were received and added to the collection in April 1992.

Access Restrictions:

Collection is not restricted. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access.

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:

Campbell, Eugene Paul. Eugene P. Campbell papers. 1941-1986. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD.; MS C 467.

Related Material

Additional materials on the IIAA and its history can be found in the collections of the Columbia Oral History office at Columbia University, where past IIAA officials have deposited transcripts of interviews.

Biographical Note

Eugene Paul Campbell is a public health physician and a longtime official of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs, the International Cooperation Administration and the Agency for International Development. He is a passionate advocate of U.S. economic and technological aid to the Third World countries. During his decades of governmental service, he headed cooperative public health programs in Latin and South America and India. He and his colleagues worked closely with government officials and physicians in host countries to improve sanitation, disseminate public health information, install rural health services and eradicate diseases such as malaria, schistosomiasis, and small pox.

Born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1907, Dr. Campbell earned a M.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1933 and a master's in public health from the Pennsylvania School of Public Health in 1942. When the Second World War broke out, he was teaching epidemiology there and wanting to contribute to the war effort, he went to work for the fledgling Institute of Inter-American Affairs (IIAA).

The Institute of Inter-American Affairs was a key element of the Roosevelt Administration's "Good Neighbor" policy toward Latin America, crafted by Assistant Secretary of State Nelson Rockefeller. Although the IIAA was founded in March, 1942, partly in response to the outbreak of the war and to the United States' need for raw materials and allies, its roots can be traced to June 1940. After Franklin D. Roosevelt read a memo by Rockefeller entitled "Hemisphere Economic Policy," he issued an executive order to the Council on National Defense ordering the creation of an Office for the Coordination of Commercial and Cultural Relations between the American Republics. Rockefeller was appointed Coordinator. In 1941 the Office was renamed The Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs and placed within the Executive Office of the President. In March 1942, the IIAA was established under this office to implement bilateral diplomatic agreements made between the United States and most Latin American countries two months before at a Rio de Janeiro meeting of Western Hemisphere Foreign Ministers. Campbell joined the organization one month later.

One of the IIAA's principal objectives was the establishment of cooperative organizations in the health ministries of the host nations' governments that would promote improvements in public health and rural health services, to be jointly funded and staffed by the United States and each of the host governments. These bodies were known as Servicios. To each country with which the US had a bilateral agreement, the US sent a small "field party" comprised of a physician, an engineer, a nurse and an administrator. The chief of field party served as both the Chief IIAA representative to the host country and the Servicio. From 1942 to 1943, Campbell served as the chief of field party in Guatemala, and from 1943 to 1945 the IIAA's field director for Central America and then all of South America, traveling from country to country. With the end of the war in 1945, Dr. Campbell was appointed the IIAA's Chief of Field Party in Brazil.

In 1947, the IIAA became part of the Technical Cooperation Administration and then in 1953 it was absorbed into the Foreign Operations Administration (FOA). Dr. Campbell remained in Brazil until 1955, serving as the IIAA representative to Brazil's Servicio, the Servico Especial de Saude Publica (SESP), and Chief of the IIAA Field Party. An exception among Servicios established by the IIAA, SESP remained in existence even after the bilateral agreement between the US and Brazil had expired. It became a legal part of the Brazilian government, a foundation, funded by the Brazilian Legislature.

In 1955 the FOA ceased to exist and was replaced by the International Cooperation Administration (ICA). At the same, time Dr. Campbell was called back to Washington to serve as deputy chief and then Chief of the ICA's Office of Public Health. In 1961, the ICA became part of the newly established Agency for International Development (AID), at which time Dr. Campbell was transferred to India as Chief of AID's Cooperative Health programs. He returned to Brazil in 1965 as an AID consultant, remaining there until retirement in 1970. Well into the 1970s, however, Campbell continued to travel around the world as a public health consultant and expert.

Additional biographical material on Dr. Campbell may be found in the 1972 Who's Who in America and in his unpublished memoirs located in the subject files of this collection (Series 4). His activities with the IIAA and SESP are also documented in the following two publications donated to the library by Dr. Campbell and found in the library's printed collections: Institute of Inter-American Affairs. Health and Sanitation Division. Newsletter, 1942-1950, and Boletim do S.E.S.P., 1943-59.


The Eugene P. Campbell Papers date from the 1940s to the 1970s and consist of Campbell's journals and their accompanying photographs, correspondence, reports and papers, and subject files, the bulk of which consists of bound volumes. They have been organized into four series.

The first series consists of the twenty-two volumes of what Campbell called his journals (1942-1976) form the centerpiece of this collection. The journals can be described more accurately as business diaries, as they focus mostly on Campbell's professional life. He inserted correspondence, photographs, reports, press releases, newspaper clippings and anything he perceived to be relevant between entries. The journals provide a very comprehensive and useful account of Campbell's career and travels. A chronological index of the journals to 1964 can be found in the back of the last volume of the reports and papers series.

Within the journals series, the photographs accompanying the journals have been arranged into a separate subseries. The contents of the three photo albums and the five boxes of loose photographs were taken mostly during the years Campbell worked in Latin America for IIAA (1942-1955), especially the decade he spent in Brazil (1945-1955). The loose photographs have been filed alphabetically by location or subject.

The six volumes of correspondence contain material dating from the 1940s to the 1960s, comprising the second series. This collection of correspondence is also comprehensive; however, within the volumes the correspondence is often out of chronological order. It contains more material relating to Campbell's personal life than do the journals; there are many letters from friends.

The five bound volumes of reports and papers consist mostly of reprints, publications and unpublished reports. These comprise the third series. A chronological index of the reports and papers on malaria eradication can be found in the back of the last volume of the series.

The subject files consist of the loose material that Campbell did not have bound in volumes. Significant are a few unpublished reports he wrote on foreign aid in the 1960s and the first chapter of his unpublished memoirs.

Index Terms

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    MeSH Subjects

    • International Cooperation
    • Malaria--prevention & control
    • National Health Programs
    • Public Health
    • Schistosomiasis--prevention & control
    • Smallpox--prevention & control
    Corporate Names

    • Brazil. Serviço Especial de Saúde Pública
    • Institute of Inter-American Affairs (U.S.)
    • United States. Agency for International Development
    • United States. Foreign Operations Administration
    • United States. International Cooperation Administration. Office of Public Health
    Geographic Names

    • Brazil
    • India
    • Latin America
    • South America

    Series Descriptions

    Journals, 1941-1976 linear feetJournals, 1941-1976
    A chronological index to each volume is located at the beginning of each volume. The indexes from 1964 and before are consolidated at the end of the last volume in Series 3: Reports and Papers

    BoxFolderVol.11941-1945Vol.21946-1947Vol.31948Vol.41949-1950Vol.51951-1952Vol.61953-1954Vol.71955Vol.81956-1957Vol.91958-1959Vol.101960Vol.111961Vol.121962Vol.131963Vol.141964Vol.151965Vol.161966Vol.171967Vol.181968Vol.191969Vol.201970Vol.211971Vol.221972-1976Photo albums accompanying journals, 1942-1960VolumeContentsVol.23Central AmericaVol.24South AmericaVol.25BrazilLoose photographs, 1941-1971BoxEnvelopeContentsPlaces, 1942-1971BoxFolderContents11Andes, n.d.; 1949; 195412Bolivia, n.d.; 1942-1944; 1949Brazil, 1941-1971BoxEnvelopeContents13Miscellaneous, n.d.14Abaetetuba, Agua Preta, Aimores, Amapa, n.d.; 1946; 1951; 195315Amazon Region, n.d.16Araraquara, Sao Paulo; Areia Paraiba; Bahia, Baixo Guandu, n.d.; 1949-195417Belem, Belem do Para, Belo Horizonte, Benjamin Constant, n.d.; 1946-195421Butantan, Cameta, Canaan Valley, Chonin de Cima, Chovantina (see Xingu), n.d.; 1945-1946; 1950-195322Colatina, Copacabana, Curtitba, n.d.; 1946; 195323Esperanca, Fortaleza, Gameleira, Goiana, Governador Valaderes, Gurupa, Iguacu, Itacoatiara, Januaria, Juiz de Fora, 1943; 1946-1955; 195824Macapa, Manaus, 1943; 1946; 1951-195225Manes, Marasmus, Marilandia, Olinda, Pernambuco; Palmares, Para, Paraiba, Paramauna, Parintins, n.d.; 1946; 1951; 195326Petropolis, Porto Alegre, Porto Velho (Lee Hummel), Recife, Rio Branco, Rio de Janeiro, n.d.; 1946; 1948; 1951-195227Rio Doce Valley, n.d.; 194631Rio Doce Valley, 1948-195332Santarem, Sao Francisco Valley, n.d.; 1946-195233Sao Paulo, Tamandare, Tambau, Tefe, Teresopolis, Tingo, Vila Amazonia, Vitoria, n.d.; 1945-1947; 195134Xingu, n.d.; 1953-1954Abstract: (see also Xingu Indians)35British Guiana, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Europe, n.d.; 1943-1944; 1949; 1951; 195440Ethiopia, 1970-197141France, Guatemala, Honduras, India, n.d.; 1943; 1956; 196442Iran, 195243Iran, 1952 &1956-844Liberia, Malaya, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, n.d.; 1942-1949; 195645Surinam, Switzerland, Trinidad, n.d.; 195446United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam, n.d.; 1944-1947; [196?]People, 1946-1954BoxFolderContents51John and Eleanor Bumstead, Eugene P. Campbell, Eurico Dutra, Milton Eisenhower, Simoes Filho (see William Russell), John Frankel, Dr. French, Ben Gotaas, Hingato family, Trois Johnson, H. Kumna[?], Servulo Lima, n.d.; 1946-1949; 195352Clemente Marianai, Ferry Miles, Ruy Ponde, Jean Rogier, Paul Russell, William Russell, Orlando Silva, Oswaldo Silva, Fred Soper, Clarence Sterling, Tessie Williams, John Yeagley (with wife), n.d.; 1946; 1954Subjects, 1943-1960BoxFolderContents53Brazilian Congress of Hygiene (Rio de Janeiro), canals and dikes, Fourth Armed Forces International Nutrition Conference (1960), health centers on Amazon, hospital construction, infant care classees over radio, n.d.; 1943; 1945; 1947; 196054Institute of Inter-American Affiars (IIAA), n.d.; 194655Launches (Brazil), office parties, orchids, Panama Canal chiefs' meeting, Rio Doce Program (Brazil), n.d.; 1948; 1951; 1954; 195656Servico Especial de Saude Publica (Public Health Special Service), n.d.; 1946; 195257Statue to U.S.-Brazil friendship, undidentified photographs, visitadores, n.d.58Xingu Indians, 1953Correspondence, 1945-1965BoxFolderContentsVol.261945-1946Vol.271947-1948Vol.281949-1950Vol.291951-1953Vol.301955-1959Vol.311960-1965Reports and Papers, 1948-1968BoxFolderVol.321948-1952Vol.331952-1964Vol.34Published, 1943-1963Vol.35Indo-American Technical Cooperation, 1947-1968Vol.36Malaria Eradication, 1956-1963Abstract: (with indexes to journal and reports on malaria eradication, 1941-1964)Subject Files, 1941-1986Brazil, 1950-1971BoxFolderContents61Conferences, 197162General, 1952-197063Maternal and child health proposal, 196964Notebook, 1950-195165Paper: Health and Development: Brazil, 196766Report: "Indicators of Social and Economic Development", 1970BoxFolderContents67Congressional testimony, 195968Correspondence, n.d.; 195369Ethiopia, 1965-1970610Guatemala, 1971611"Health Center Records in Rural Administration" (paper), 1964India (U.S. Agency for International Development), 1963-1964BoxFolderContents612Health center records, 1963613Long-range assistance strategy, 1964BoxFolderContents614Infant and child mortality,1977615Institute of Inter-American Affairs, 1954-1956Abstract: (see Photo albums, Servico Especial de Saude Publica)616International Development Advisory Board, 1953617"Loans as a Development Tool in Health", 1969618Low-cost health delivery services: projects, 1973-1974619Malaria: background materials, 1965-1968620Maps, 1959; 197371Personnel lists, 1946-196472Physical Quality of Life Index (PQLI), 1976-197773Public health conferences (ICA), 1958-196174Reprints (articles by Campbell), 1948-197075Servico Especial de Saude Publica [SESP] (Special Public Health Service, Brazil), 1951-195576South Korea, n.d.; 197577Unidentified footnotes, [not before 1966]78U.S. Agency for International Development participants (list), 197279U.S. Foreign Operations Administration (FOA), 1954Memoirs, 1985-1986
    Campbell, Eugene P. "Memoir of a United States Foreign Assistance Employee, 1942-1975"

    BoxFolderContents710Part I711Part II7121. Diplomatic notes and contracts between Brazil and the United States of America from 1942-1952 in the development of a bilateral cooperative health program. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: S.E.S.P., 1942-19527132. A report on consultation in the Brazil-United States Cooperative Health program, 1942-1955., 1942-19557143. 10 years of cooperative health programs in Latin America: an evaluation, 7154. History of the office of the coordinator of inter-American affairs. Washington : U. S. Government Printing Office, 1947., 19477165. "Institute of Inter-American Affairs Act," P.L. 80-369, 1949, 19497176. TL (transcribed), E.P. Campbell to Col. John D. Yeagley, Rio de Janeiro, 9 Jan. 1946., 19467187. S.E.S.P. field party: personnel lists7198. [awaiting delivery]7209. Menezes Pecanha, Angela Maria de. "A study of Institutional development," 1976., 197672110. "The Brazil-United States Cooperative Health and Sanitation program, 1942-1960 / a review by the Johns Hopkins University team," 1961, 1942-1960; 1961722"IIAA-HWH Panama Conference", n.d.

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    The Eugene P. Campbell Papers date from the 1940s to the 1970s and consist of Campbell's journals and their accompanying photographs, correspondence, reports and papers, and subject files, the bulk of which consists of bound volumes. They have been organized into four series.

    The first series consists of the twenty-two volumes of what Campbell called his journals (1942-1976) form the centerpiece of this collection. The journals can be described more accurately as business diaries, as they focus mostly on Campbell's professional life. He inserted correspondence, photographs, reports, press releases, newspaper clippings and anything he perceived to be relevant between entries. The journals provide a very comprehensive and useful account of Campbell's career and travels. A chronological index of the journals to 1964 can be found in the back of the last volume of the reports and papers series.

    Within the journals series, the photographs accompanying the journals have been arranged into a separate subseries. The contents of the three photo albums and the five boxes of loose photographs were taken mostly during the years Campbell worked in Latin America for IIAA (1942-1955), especially the decade he spent in Brazil (1945-1955). The loose photographs have been filed alphabetically by location or subject.

    The six volumes of correspondence contain material dating from the 1940s to the 1960s, comprising the second series. This collection of correspondence is also comprehensive; however, within the volumes the correspondence is often out of chronological order. It contains more material relating to Campbell's personal life than do the journals; there are many letters from friends.

    The five bound volumes of reports and papers consist mostly of reprints, publications and unpublished reports. These comprise the third series. A chronological index of the reports and papers on malaria eradication can be found in the back of the last volume of the series.

    The subject files consist of the loose material that Campbell did not have bound in volumes. Significant are a few unpublished reports he wrote on foreign aid in the 1960s and the first chapter of his unpublished memoirs.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Journals, 1941-1976 [series]:
     
    Journals, 1941-1976 [subseries]:

    A chronological index to each volume is located at the beginning of each volume. The indexes from 1964 and before are consolidated at the end of the last volume in Series 3: Reports and Papers

    Vol. 1
    1941-1945
    Vol. 2
    1946-1947
    Vol. 3
    1948
    Vol. 4
    1949-1950
    Vol. 5
    1951-1952
    Vol. 6
    1953-1954
    Vol. 7
    1955
    Vol. 8
    1956-1957
    Vol. 9
    1958-1959
    Vol. 10
    1960
    Vol. 11
    1961
    Vol. 12
    1962
    Vol. 13
    1963
    Vol. 14
    1964
    Vol. 15
    1965
    Vol. 16
    1966
    Vol. 17
    1967
    Vol. 18
    1968
    Vol. 19
    1969
    Vol. 20
    1970
    Vol. 21
    1971
    Vol. 22
    1972-1976
     
    Photo albums accompanying journals, 1942-1960 [subseries]:
    Vol. 23
    Central America
    Vol. 24
    South America
    Vol. 25
    Brazil
     
    Loose photographs, 1941-1971 [subseries]:
     
    Places, 1942-1971 [subseries]:
    1 1
    Andes, n.d.; 1949; 1954
    1 2
    Bolivia, n.d.; 1942-1944; 1949
     
    Brazil, 1941-1971
    1 3
    Miscellaneous, n.d.
    1 4
    Abaetetuba, Agua Preta, Aimores, Amapa, n.d.; 1946; 1951; 1953
    1 5
    Amazon Region, n.d.
    1 6
    Araraquara, Sao Paulo; Areia Paraiba; Bahia, Baixo Guandu, n.d.; 1949-1954
    1 7
    Belem, Belem do Para, Belo Horizonte, Benjamin Constant, n.d.; 1946-1954
    2 1
    Butantan, Cameta, Canaan Valley, Chonin de Cima, Chovantina (see Xingu), n.d.; 1945-1946; 1950-1953
    2 2
    Colatina, Copacabana, Curtitba, n.d.; 1946; 1953
    2 3
    Esperanca, Fortaleza, Gameleira, Goiana, Governador Valaderes, Gurupa, Iguacu, Itacoatiara, Januaria, Juiz de Fora, 1943; 1946-1955; 1958
    2 4
    Macapa, Manaus, 1943; 1946; 1951-1952
    2 5
    Manes, Marasmus, Marilandia, Olinda, Pernambuco; Palmares, Para, Paraiba, Paramauna, Parintins, n.d.; 1946; 1951; 1953
    2 6
    Petropolis, Porto Alegre, Porto Velho (Lee Hummel), Recife, Rio Branco, Rio de Janeiro, n.d.; 1946; 1948; 1951-1952
    2 7
    Rio Doce Valley, n.d.; 1946
    3 1
    Rio Doce Valley, 1948-1953
    3 2
    Santarem, Sao Francisco Valley, n.d.; 1946-1952
    3 3
    Sao Paulo, Tamandare, Tambau, Tefe, Teresopolis, Tingo, Vila Amazonia, Vitoria, n.d.; 1945-1947; 1951
    3 4
    Xingu, n.d.; 1953-1954
    3 5
    British Guiana, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Europe, n.d.; 1943-1944; 1949; 1951; 1954
    4 0
    Ethiopia, 1970-1971
    4 1
    France, Guatemala, Honduras, India, n.d.; 1943; 1956; 1964
    4 2
    Iran, 1952
    4 3
    Iran, 1952 &1956-8
    4 4
    Liberia, Malaya, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, n.d.; 1942-1949; 1956
    4 5
    Surinam, Switzerland, Trinidad, n.d.; 1954
    4 6
    United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam, n.d.; 1944-1947; [196?]
     
    People, 1946-1954 [subseries]:
    5 1
    John and Eleanor Bumstead, Eugene P. Campbell, Eurico Dutra, Milton Eisenhower, Simoes Filho (see William Russell), John Frankel, Dr. French, Ben Gotaas, Hingato family, Trois Johnson, H. Kumna[?], Servulo Lima, n.d.; 1946-1949; 1953
    5 2
    Clemente Marianai, Ferry Miles, Ruy Ponde, Jean Rogier, Paul Russell, William Russell, Orlando Silva, Oswaldo Silva, Fred Soper, Clarence Sterling, Tessie Williams, John Yeagley (with wife), n.d.; 1946; 1954
     
    Subjects, 1943-1960 [subseries]:
    5 3
    Brazilian Congress of Hygiene (Rio de Janeiro), canals and dikes, Fourth Armed Forces International Nutrition Conference (1960), health centers on Amazon, hospital construction, infant care classees over radio, n.d.; 1943; 1945; 1947; 1960
    5 4
    Institute of Inter-American Affiars (IIAA), n.d.; 1946
    5 5
    Launches (Brazil), office parties, orchids, Panama Canal chiefs' meeting, Rio Doce Program (Brazil), n.d.; 1948; 1951; 1954; 1956
    5 6
    Servico Especial de Saude Publica (Public Health Special Service), n.d.; 1946; 1952
    5 7
    Statue to U.S.-Brazil friendship, undidentified photographs, visitadores, n.d.
    5 8
    Xingu Indians, 1953
     
    Correspondence, 1945-1965 [series]:
    Vol. 26
    1945-1946
    Vol. 27
    1947-1948
    Vol. 28
    1949-1950
    Vol. 29
    1951-1953
    Vol. 30
    1955-1959
    Vol. 31
    1960-1965
     
    Reports and Papers, 1948-1968 [series]:
    Vol. 32
    1948-1952
    Vol. 33
    1952-1964
    Vol. 34
    Published, 1943-1963
    Vol. 35
    Indo-American Technical Cooperation, 1947-1968
    Vol. 36
    Malaria Eradication, 1956-1963
     
    Subject Files, 1941-1986 [series]:
     
    Brazil, 1950-1971 [subseries]:
    6 1
    Conferences, 1971
    6 2
    General, 1952-1970
    6 3
    Maternal and child health proposal, 1969
    6 4
    Notebook, 1950-1951
    6 5
    Paper: Health and Development: Brazil, 1967
    6 6
    Report: "Indicators of Social and Economic Development", 1970
    6 7
    Congressional testimony, 1959
    6 8
    Correspondence, n.d.; 1953
    6 9
    Ethiopia, 1965-1970
    6 10
    Guatemala, 1971
    6 11
    "Health Center Records in Rural Administration" (paper), 1964
     
    India (U.S. Agency for International Development), 1963-1964 [subseries]:
    6 12
    Health center records, 1963
    6 13
    Long-range assistance strategy, 1964
    6 14
    Infant and child mortality,1977
    6 15
    Institute of Inter-American Affairs, 1954-1956
    6 16
    International Development Advisory Board, 1953
    6 17
    "Loans as a Development Tool in Health", 1969
    6 18
    Low-cost health delivery services: projects, 1973-1974
    6 19
    Malaria: background materials, 1965-1968
    6 20
    Maps, 1959; 1973
    7 1
    Personnel lists, 1946-1964
    7 2
    Physical Quality of Life Index (PQLI), 1976-1977
    7 3
    Public health conferences (ICA), 1958-1961
    7 4
    Reprints (articles by Campbell), 1948-1970
    7 5
    Servico Especial de Saude Publica [SESP] (Special Public Health Service, Brazil), 1951-1955
    7 6
    South Korea, n.d.; 1975
    7 7
    Unidentified footnotes, [not before 1966]
    7 8
    U.S. Agency for International Development participants (list), 1972
    7 9
    U.S. Foreign Operations Administration (FOA), 1954
     
    Memoirs, 1985-1986 [subseries]:

    Campbell, Eugene P. "Memoir of a United States Foreign Assistance Employee, 1942-1975"

    7 10
    Part I
    7 11
    Part II
    7 12
    1. Diplomatic notes and contracts between Brazil and the United States of America from 1942-1952 in the development of a bilateral cooperative health program. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: S.E.S.P., 1942-1952
    7 13
    2. A report on consultation in the Brazil-United States Cooperative Health program, 1942-1955., 1942-1955
    7 14
    3. 10 years of cooperative health programs in Latin America: an evaluation,
    7 15
    4. History of the office of the coordinator of inter-American affairs. Washington : U. S. Government Printing Office, 1947., 1947
    7 16
    5. "Institute of Inter-American Affairs Act," P.L. 80-369, 1949, 1949
    7 17
    6. TL (transcribed), E.P. Campbell to Col. John D. Yeagley, Rio de Janeiro, 9 Jan. 1946., 1946
    7 18
    7. S.E.S.P. field party: personnel lists
    7 19
    8. [awaiting delivery]
    7 20
    9. Menezes Pecanha, Angela Maria de. "A study of Institutional development," 1976., 1976
    7 21
    10. "The Brazil-United States Cooperative Health and Sanitation program, 1942-1960 / a review by the Johns Hopkins University team," 1961, 1942-1960; 1961
    7 22
    "IIAA-HWH Panama Conference", n.d.