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National Library of Medicine

Finding aid to the Fred Lowe Soper Papers1919-1975

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by HMD Staff
Encoded by Eletronic Scriptorium; Elizabeth Suckow



Summary Information
Title: Fred Lowe Soper Papers
Creator: Soper, Fred Lowe, 1893-1977
Dates: 1919-1975
Extent: 30 linear feet (75 boxes, 114 vols.)
Abstract:
Dr. Fred Soper joined the International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation in 1920 and engaged in the hookworm campaigns in Brazil and Paraguay (1920-1927). From 1927-1942 he was Regional Director of the IHD, at Rio de Janeiro, and was active in the study and control of yellow fever and malaria. Dr. Soper was Director of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau for three terms (1947-1959). The collection contains an extensive file of publications, notes, and other data relating to yellow fever and malaria, including Gorgas Memorial Institute and Pan American Sanitary Bureau material.

Call number: MS C 359
Language: Collection materials primarily in English and Portuguese
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

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:

Soper, Fred L. Fred Lowe Soper Papers. 1919-1975. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 359.

Alternate Forms Available:

Portions of the Collection have been digitized and are available at: http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov

Provenance:

Gift from Dr. Soper, 1976-1977.


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National Library of Medicine

Finding aid to the Fred Lowe Soper Papers1919-1975

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by HMD Staff
Encoded by Eletronic Scriptorium; Elizabeth Suckow


Descriptive Summary

Soper, Fred Lowe, 1893-1977Fred Lowe Soper Papers Dates: 1919-197530 linear feet (75 boxes, 114 vols.)MS C 359 Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Collection materials primarily in English and PortugueseAbstract:Dr. Fred Soper joined the International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation in 1920 and engaged in the hookworm campaigns in Brazil and Paraguay (1920-1927). From 1927-1942 he was Regional Director of the IHD, at Rio de Janeiro, and was active in the study and control of yellow fever and malaria. Dr. Soper was Director of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau for three terms (1947-1959). The collection contains an extensive file of publications, notes, and other data relating to yellow fever and malaria, including Gorgas Memorial Institute and Pan American Sanitary Bureau material.Provenance:

Gift from Dr. Soper, 1976-1977.

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:

Soper, Fred L. Fred Lowe Soper Papers. 1919-1975. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 359.

Alternate Forms Available:

Portions of the Collection have been digitized and are available at: http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov

Biographical Note

Dr. Fred L. Soper (1893-1977) was born in Hutchinson, KS. He received his AB in 1914 and his MS in 1916 from the University of Kansas. He received his MD degree from Rush Medical College of the University of Chicago in 1918. Later at Johns Hopkins University, he obtained a CPH in 1923 and a PhD in Public Health in 1925.

Dr. Soper joined the International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation in 1920 and engaged in the hookworm campaigns in Brazil (1920-1922) and Paraguay (1923-1927). From 1927-1942 he was Regional Director of the International Health Division headquartered in Rio de Janeiro, and was active in the study and control of yellow fever and malaria throughout South America. His guiding principles were strict discipline and tenacious commitment to eradicating disease. He developed methods to eradicate the Aedes aegypti mosquito, the urban vector of yellow fever. With the help of his Rockefeller colleague Dr. D.B. Wilson, Soper used a modification of this technique to eradicate the Anopheles gambiae mosquito from Brazil in 1939 and 1940. After its original invasion of Brazil in 1930, this malarial epidemic encompassed an area of over 18,000 square miles and was the worst of its kind in the Americas.

During World War II, Dr. Soper was Consultant on Epidemic Diseases to the Secretary of War (1942-1946). He initially served on the U.S. Typhus Commission and then became head of the Rockefeller Foundation Health Commission Typhus Team in North Africa and Italy (1943-1944). In 1944 he organized a malarial control demonstration in Italy, which provided the first evidence of the value of residual DDT in controlling malaria in the Mediterranean. Also, his revolutionary technique of delousing fully clothed individuals helped end the typhus threat in the civilian populations of North Africa, in British and American troops in Italy, and was used after the war throughout Europe. At the end of the war, and shortly thereafter, he headed yellow fever projects as Regional Director of the International Health Division for Africa and the Middle East, working to eradicate Anopheles gambiae from Egypt. Dr. Soper represented the Rockefeller Foundation at the IX, X, and XI Pan American Sanitary Conferences in 1934, 1938 and 1942.

In 1947, Soper was elected Director of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau (now the Pan American Health Organization) and was re-elected for three terms (1947-59). His involvement helped turn a relatively inactive program into a dynamic and rapidly growing one. He facilitated the Bureau's acceptance of a new role, as Regional Office of the World Health Organization for the Americas. This brought new facility to embark on new campaigns against communicable diseases, as well as bringing together previously independent teams of nurses, dentists, sanitary engineers, veterinarians, and statisticians to international public health work.

Throughout his distinguished career, Dr. Soper served on many international public health commissions. He also published over 120 books and articles. For his life-long contributions to medicine and public health, Dr. Soper received many significant awards, most notably the 1946 Lasker Award.

Honors and Medals

  • Professor Leon Bernard Medal
  • Segwick Memorial Medal
  • National Academy of Medicine, Rio de Janeiro
  • Pan American Medical Society, 1962
  • Walter Reed Medal, 1934 (Awarded in 1972)
  • Fourth International Congresses on Tropical Medicine and Malaria, Washington1948
  • Salus Populi and Brazilian Ordem do Merito Medico
  • Asociacion Fronteriza Mexciana-Estadounidense de Salubridad (ribbon), 1949
  • Consejo Consultivo de la Cuidad de Mexico y Del D.F.
  • Jacobus Bontius 1592-1631 Praedux ille tropical artis medicinae
  • Municipalidad de Lima
  • National Academy of Medicine, Rio de Janeiro, 1929
  • II Congreso Panamericano de Pediatria (Mexico)
  • ICAO, OACI, 1st Assembly Montreal1947
  • Delegate to X Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, Bogota, 1938
  • Pro Salute Novi Mundi, Buenos Aires, 1947
  • Salud: Simbolo de Fraternidad Americana, Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, Santiago, Chile, 1954
  • Tercer Congreso Pan-Americano de Oftalmologia
  • Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, 1950
  • Primera Reunion Interamericana de Tifo, Mexico, D.F., 1945
  • Medals from Dominican Republic
  • Director, Pan American Bureau, 1947-1959
  • Pan American Conference on Sanitation, Caracas, 1946
  • Orden Carlos J. Finlay, 1928
  • U.S. of America Typhus Commission Medal
  • Samuel J. Crumbine Medal, 1964
  • IX Congreso Pan Americano Del Nino Caracas, 1947
  • Louis Pasteur Medal
  • Theobald Smith Medal
  • Colombia Medal
  • Lascarette Award (Mrs. Soper), 1959
  • Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars, 1971
  • Universidad de Antioquia, 1947
  • Lasker Award, 1946
  • Rockefeller Foundation, 1934
  • Congreso Internacional de Microbiologia, 1950
  • American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (50th Anniversary), 1953
  • Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana
  • Organizacion Panamericana de la Salud
  • Primer Congreso Venezolano de salud publica y tercera conferencia de unidades sanitarias, Caracas, 1954
  • Decima Conferencia Interamericana, Caracas, 1954



Biographical data, diaries, correspondence, documents, reprints and printed matter, photographs, certificates and diplomas, and memorabilia.

The collection contains an extensive file of publications, notes, and other data relating to yellow fever and malaria, including Gorgas Memorial Institute and Pan American Sanitary Bureau material.

Index Terms

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    MeSH Subjects

    • Malaria
    • Typhus, Epidemic Louse-Borne
    • Yellow Fever
    Corporate Names

    • Gorgas Memorial Institute
    • Pan American Sanitary Bureau
    • Rockefeller Foundation
    Geographic Names

    • Brazil
    • Paraguay

    Series Descriptions

    Series 1: Personal and Biographical, 1919-197511 Finding Aid, 197812-3 Biographical Data, 1942, 1949-1953, 1959-1968, 1974-197514-5 Bibliography, 1948, 1964-197416 Obituaries and Memorials, 197717 Awards and Medals of FLS, 1955, 197218 Interview with Fred Lowe Soper, 195919 Personnel Forms, 1942-1959, 1970-1971110 U.S. Army Orders, 1943-1946111 Programs, Meetings, Dinners, 1942-1963112 Invitations, 1947-1956, 1962-1968, 1974-1975113 Sympathy Letters - Juliet Soper's Death, 1959, 1968114 Family Correspondence, 1957, 1965-1975115 Harvard - Visiting Lecturer, 1949-1966116 Quotations, Sayings, Curiosities, 1938-1941, 1959-19711 Letters - Retirement from Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Jan. 1959 Dr. Soper's Books2 Ventures in World Health, 19772 Anopheles Gambiae in Brazil, 1941-1943, 19712 Building the Health Bridge, 19702 Hacia La Conquista de la Salud, 19722 The Organization of Permanent Nation-Wide Anti-Aedes Aegypti Measures in Brazil, 19433 Passports and Identity Cards, 1922-196731 U.S. Army Civilian Identification Card, 194432 Passport Photographs, 19673-41 Awards and Certificates, 1937-1974 Awards and Certificates - Correspondence42 Brazil, 194243 Colombia, 195944 Samuel J. Crumbine Award, 196445 Dominican Republic, 196046 Lasker Award, 1946-1954, 1960-196347 Leon Bernard Foundation, 1964-196748 Sedgwick Memorial Medal, 1966-196749 University of Brazil - Honorary Degree, 1963-1964410 University of Kansas - Distinguished Service Awards, 1952, 1958-1964411 Venezuela, 1958-1960412 Walter Reed Award, 1972413 Awards and Honors - Miscellaneous, 1932, 1942-1951, 1959, 1965414-22 Newspaper Clippings re: Fred Lowe Soper, 1915-1967423-24 Book Reviews - World Eradication of Infectious Diseases and The Plague Killers, 196651-2 Programs - Dinners, Graduations, and Honors, 1913-1916, 1951, 1959-196453-4 80th Birthday Celebration, 1973-1974 80th Birthday Letters55 A, 1973-197456 B, 1973-197457 C, Nov.-Dec. 197358 D - E, Nov.-Dec. 197359 F, 1970, 1973510 G - I, 1973-1974511 J - K, Nov.-Dec. 1973512 L - M, Nov.-Dec. 1973513 N - P, Nov.-Dec. 1973514 R, Nov.-Dec. 1973515 S, 1973-1974516 T - Y, Nov.-Dec. 1973517 Thank Yous, 1974-1975518 80th Birthday Photographs, 1973, 1975 Series 2: Diaries, 1919-197574 Index to FLS Diaries (by subject and year), 1932-19426 Diaries, 1921-19286 Notes, 1943-1965 Diaries, Dec. 1919-Dec. 193171 Typed Diary and Yellow Fever Report, 1919-1920, 196572 Original Diary, Mar.-Nov. 192073 Typed Diary and Yellow Fever Report, 1921, 192874 Typed Diary, 1922, 197575 Typed Diary and Yellow Fever Journal, May 1926-Dec. 1927, 1965, 197576 Typed Diary, Yellow Fever Report, and Excerpt of Mario Biao Journal, Dec. 26, 1927-Apr. 192877 Typed Diary and Yellow Fever Memoranda, May-Jul. 192878 Typed Diary and Draft Yellow Fever Report, Aug.-Dec. 192879 Typed Diary, Jan.-Apr. 1929710 Typed Diary and Letters on Yellow Fever, Apr. 30-Jul. 1929711 Typed Diary and Letters on Yellow Fever, Aug.-Dec. 1929712 Typed Diary and Letters on Yellow Fever, Feb.-Jun. 1930713 Typed Diary and Letters on Yellow Fever, Jul.-Aug. 1930714 Typed Diary and Letters to Soper, Sept.-Oct. 1930715 Typed Diary, Nov.-Dec. 1930716 Typed Diary, Jan.-Mar. 1931717 Typed Diary and Excerpt of W.J. Doyle Journal, Apr.-May 1931718 Typed Diary and Excerpts of Yellow Fever Journals, Jun.-Jul. 1931719 Typed Diary and Excerpts of Yellow Fever Journals, Aug.-Sept 1931720 Typed Diary and Excerpts of Yellow Fever Journals, Oct.-Nov. 1931721 Typed Diary and Excerpts of Yellow Fever Journals, Dec. 193181-18 Diaries and Yellow Fever Journal Excerpts, Jan. 1932-Jun. 193591-18 Diaries and Yellow Fever Journal Excerpts, Jul. 1935- Dec. 1939 Diaries, 1940-1944101-12 South American Yellow Fever and Yellow Fever Journals, 1940-Sept. 19421013-18 Typhus and Malaria Work for U.S. Defense Department, Oct. 1942-Dec. 1944 Diaries, 1945-1949111-5 Typhus and Malaria Work for U.S. Defense Department, Jan. 1945-May 1946115-20 Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Jun. 1946- Dec. 1949, 1965-1968121-18 Diaries on Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1950-1957 Diaries, 1958-1975131-3 Pan American Sanitary Bureau, May 1958-Sept. 1959133-9 International Health Consulting, Oct. 1959-196613 Other Diaries1310-12 Burke, Alexander W., Oct. 1927-May 19281313 Davis, William A., Jun.-Nov. 19431314 Knipe, Frederick W., Feb.-Mar. 19451315 Kumm, Henry W., Feb.-Mar. 19451316 Markham, F.S., Oct. 1943-Aug. 1945 Rickard, E.R., Jun. 1930-Sept. 19311317-19 Diary, Aug. 1930-Sept. 19311320 References from Journal, Jun. 26, 1930-Sept. 17, 19311321 Sawyer, Wilbur A., 1930-1934, 1966-19691322 Walcott, A.M., Aug. 1931-Mar. 1932 Series 3: Correspondence, 1922-1976 A - Co141 American Journal of Public Health, 1962-1968142 American Mosquito Control Association, 1957, 1963-1971143 A - Al, 1948, 1959-1976144 Antunes, Paulo, 1957-1975145 Am - And, 1959-1974146 Ant - Au, 1947-1968147 Ba - Bi, 1947-1976148 Bayne-Jones, Stanhope, 1944, 1966-1971149 Blood, Benjamin, 1966-19731410 Bj - Bu, 1944, 1954-19741411 Campbell, Eugene, 1947, 1959-19701412 Building the Health Bridge, A - G, 1970-19721413 Building the Health Bridge, H - W, 1967-19721414 Building the Health Bridge, Reviews, 1970-19711415 Carroll, Mrs. Wallace (Peggy), 1965-19671416 Chagas, Agnes, 1963, 1970-19751417 Christmas Correspondence, 19691418 C - Can, 1942, 1954-19731419 Car - Ch, 1947, 1959-19751420 Cl - Co, 1929, 1947-19761421 Cockburn, T. Aidan, 1962-19671422 Cooper, Donald, 1964-19681423 Cosmos Club, 1959-19751424 Courtois, Ghislain, 1962-1971 Cu - Kerr151 Cuban Medical Association in Exile, 1962-1964152 Cr - Cu, 1947-1950, 1963-1977153 Da - Di, 1947-1954, 1962-1975154 Do - Du, 1933, 1949-1951, 1957-1976, 2003155 Downs, Wilbur, 1954-1975156 E, 1947-1975157 Ferreira, Manuel Jose, 1963-1967, 1973-1974158 F - Fl, 1947-1975159 Farid, M.A., 1947, 1963-19751510 Franco, Odair, 1971-19731511 Fo - Fu, 1951-1952, 1958-19751512 Ga - Gi, 1947-19751513 Galloway, C.B., 1969-19731514 Go - Gr, 1922-1928, 1943-19761515 Hackett, Lewis W., 1939-1940, 1950-19641516 H - He, 1948-1954, 1962-19751517 Hi - Hy, 1947, 1959-19761518 Howard-Jones, Norman, 1971-19731519 Hume, John, 1967-19761520 I, 1954-19751521 Income Tax, 19591522 Insfran, Alejandrina De, 1968-19751523 Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars, 1967-19711524 J, 1947-1948, 1960-1975 K - Ph1525 Kerr, J. Austin, 1939-1974161-3 Kerr, J. Austin (cont'd.)164 K, 1949-1971165 Leake, James P., 1946, 1960-1973166 Lederberg, Joshua, 1970167 Lehrun, Andre J., 1960-1970168 L - Le, 1947, 1954-1976169 Li - Ly, 1938-19741610 Mac - May, 1943-19761611 Mc - Mil, 1949-1953, 1962-19761612 Min - My, 1947-19751613 Myers, J. Arthur, 1962-19711614 National Library of Medicine, 1964-19771615 N, 1943-1948, 1954, 1963-19691616 O, 1950-1952, 1962-19741617 Pa - Ph, 1941, 1947-19751618 Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1958-19591619 Pan American Sanitary Bureau Retirement, 19591620 Pan American Medical Association, 1959-1974 Pi - T171 Pi - Pu, 1947-1950, 1956-1975172 Raska (re: Moscow Conference for Microbiology) - Papers and Russian Correspondents, 1965-1968173 Requests for Republishing Permission, 1968174 Rockefeller, Nelson, 1946-1969175-6 Rockefeller Foundation, 1943-1975177 Q - Rod, 1947-1976178 Rol - Ru, 1923-1926, 1936, 1948, 1955-1973179 Russell, Paul F., 1958-19761710 Rusk, Dean, 1955-19591711 Sa - Sc, 1925, 1935, 1941, 1947-19741712 da Silva, Oswaldo Jose, 1964-19761713 Silva Lima, Durval, 1963-19751714 Se - Sm, 1942-19751715 Stockard, Joe L., 1962-19681716 Stoll, Norman R., 1937, 1971-19751717 Ster - Sto, 1947-1955, 1965-19751718 Strode, George K., 1947-1958, 19651719 Streit, Paul H., 1962-19741720 Sn - Sy, 1947, 1955-19751721 Thatcher, Maurice, 1969-19701722 T, 1948-1975 Tr - Z, Malaria181 Travel, 1953-1954, 1962-1964182 U - V, 1948-1950, 1960-1975183 Walter Reed Memorial Association, 1954, 1960-1967184-5 Watson, Robert Briggs, 1956-1976186-7 Watt, James, 1950-1972188 W - Was, 1948-1974189 Wegman, Myron, 1964-19751810 Weller, Thomas H., 1958-19681811 Williams, Greer, 1963-19671812 Wilson, Robert J., 1971-19761813 World Health Organization, 1964-19731814 Wolman, Abel, 19711815 We - Wright, 1950-19771816 Unidentified Letters, 1942, 1947-1950, 19571817 Y - Z, 1950, 1964-1975 Subject Correspondence, 1948-19741818 Asian Trip - Correspondence, Reports, Lecture, 1958-1959 Malaria Correspondence1819 A - C, 1949-19661820 D - G, 1941-1943, 1956-19641821 H - K, 1956-19701822 L - S, 1946-1949, 1955-19661823 T - Y, 1956-1966191 Pesticides, 1944, 1959-1974192 Smallpox, 1963-1971193-8 Tuberculosis, 1952, 1959-1965 Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1948-1974199 Notes and Papers, 1948-1966, 19741910-11 Annual Report of the Director, 1952-1954, 19571912 Pan American Health Organization, 1947-1955, 1964-19771913 Sanitary Conference, 19621914 Newspaper Clippings, 19471915 Fourth Armed Forces International Nutrition Conference, 19601916 Hylaean Amazon Conference - Notes and Newspaper Clippings, 19471917 Second Pan American Scientific Congress - Notes, 1965-19711918 White House Conference on International Cooperation, 1965-19661919 United Nations, 1945-1949, 1954-19651920 WHO Quarantine Committee - Correspondence, 1954 Series 4: Reprints, Lectures, and Speeches, 1920-1974201-3 Soper Reprints, 1924-1928, 1934-1939211-12 Soper Reprints, 1937-1955221-9 Soper Reprints, 1956-19722210-13 Lectures and Speeches, 1930-19642214 Lecture Notes, 1955-19652215 Harvard Lecture, 19652216 Harvard Lecture Notes, 1963-19652217 Harvard Lecture Notes, 1949 Soper Unpublished Papers231 Index, 1973232-15 Unpublished Papers, 1920-19712316 Mass Campaigns and General Public Health, 1963-19652317 Tuberculosis Papers, 1961-1964 Series 5: Gorgas Memorial Institute and Laboratory, 1920-1976 Gorgas Memorial Institute241 General Data242 Senate Hearings, 1970-1974243-16 Correspondence, 1921-1927, 1953-1954, 1961-1971251-13 Correspondence and Papers, 1971-1974261-3 Correspondence and Papers, 1974-1976264-8 Annual Meetings, 1963-1976269 Health Research Center, 1972 Gorgas Memorial Laboratories2610-11 Annual Reports, 1950-1952, 1964-19732612 Labor Problems, 197326vol.Dr. William C. Gorgas of Alabama and the Panama Canal, 194726vol.Gorgas Memorial Laboratories - Research Work Touching Causes and Prevention of Tropical Diseases, 192826vol.El Laboratorio Commemorativo Gorgas; su historia y su labor, 1975 Series 6: Photographs, 1911-1973, n.d.27 Album 1, 1924, n.d.27 Album 2, 1920-1923, 1934, n.d.27 Album 3, 1950-1951, n.d.271 Photographs, undated272 Medical School Fraternity Photograph, 1918273 Ubiqueteers, 1922-1923274 Miscellaneous Photographs, 1938, 1955, n.d.281 Soper Portraits, 1950, 1965, n.d.282 Soper Boarding Plane, Jan. 1952283 Spraying for Mosquitoes, undated284 Burial in Emergency Cemetery, 1939285 Yellow Fever Vaccination, undated286 Yellow Fever Information Posters, Feb. 1924287 Emergency Cemetery, 1939288 Spraying for Mosquitoes, undated289 Microscopic Inspection for Mosquito Larvae, undated2810 Yellow Fever Service Personnel Photograph, 19372811 Soper Portrait, 19282812 Soper Portrait, undated2813 Soper Portrait, undated2814 Inspection for Mosquito Larvae, undated2815 Malaria Service Personnel, 19392816 Malaria Survivors, 19392817 Soper Portraits, 1954-1955, 1967, n.d.2818-19 Anopheles Gambiae in Brazil, 19392820 Hylea Meeting, Para, Brazil, 19472821 Family Portraits, 1932, n.d.2822 Soper with Colleagues, 1956-1958, 19652823 Yellow Fever Service in Brazil, 1930-19342824 Soper in Rio de Janeiro, 19632825 U.S. Delegation on Environmental Sanitation, Reception, undated2826 Soper at the American Mosquito Control Association Meeting, Atlanta, 19662827 Soper with Courtney and P.C.A. Antunes in Brazil, 19542828 Mrs. Soper Receiving Farewell from the Ladies of the Pan American Health Organization, 19592829 Soper's College Years, 1911-1915, 19232830 Photographs, 1921-19242831 80th Birthday Portrait, 19732832 Executive Committee, PASB, 19472833 Soper at Work, 19552834 Photographs, 1951-19522835 Soper Relaxing, 1934-1935, 19412836 Soper Receiving Various Awards, 1952, 19582837 Staff of Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1947-19582838 Soper Receiving Various Awards, [1950-1960]2839 Soper Speaking, 1953-19652840 Soper Receiving Various Awards, 1942-19442841 Photographs, 1933-19392842 Photographs, 1940-19472843 Soper Portraits, 1954, 1970-19712844 First World Health Assembly, Geneva, 19482845-48 Fourth International Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria, Washington, D.C., 19482849 Reception Pan American Union, 19512850 Soper in the Dominican Republic, 19502851 Meeting of the PASB Executive Committee, Mexico City, 19482852 Celebration of 48th Anniversary of PASB, Washington, D.C., 19502853 Miscellaneous Photographs of Soper, 1926, 1959, n.d.2854 Illustration Photographs for "Ventures in World Health", undated2855 Soper in Rio de Janeiro, 19422856 Miscellaneous Meetings, 1949-19502857 Soper Relaxing, 1955-19592858 Malaria Eradication in South America, undated2859 Illustration Photographs for "Anopheles Gambiae in Brazil, 1939-1940", 19412860 Malaria Service in Brazil, 19392861 South America Photographs, undated2862 Anopheles Gambiae Eradication in South America, 19432863 Yellow Fever Service in Brazil, 1920-1922, 1928-19322864 Yellow Fever Eradication in the Americas, 1930291 Photographs, 1953-1954292 PASB Headquarters, Laboratories, and Institutes, 1965, n.d.293 Ground Breaking Ceremonies of the Pan American Health Organization, Washington, D.C., 1953294 PASB Meeting Washington, D.C., 1955295-7 Meeting of the PASB Directing Council Washington, D.C., 1955298 Soper in Santiago, Chile, 1952-1954299 Jefferson Medical College Centennial Celebration for Finlay, 19552910 Soper in Manila, 19552911 PASO and WHO Meetings Directing Council, 19572912 Ambassador of the Dominican Republic Presenting Check to Soper for PASB, 19572913 Soper in Maracay, Venezuela, 19562914 Photographs, 19572915 Expert Panel on Malaria, Washington D.C., 19602916 Photographs, 1958-19592917 11th World Health Assembly, Minneapolis, 19582918 Soper in Caracas, 19582919 Soper Receiving Check for PAHO Special Malaria Fund, 19572920 Tenth Anniversary Celebration of PASO (PAHO), 19572921 PASO and WHO Meetings Directing Council, 19572922 Photographs, 1963-19662923 Soper's Induction as Member of the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars, 19712924 International Education and Exchange Branch, DHEW, 19602925 Group Photographs, 1930-19662926 Photographs, undated2927 Meeting of PASB Washington, D.C., 19582928 Meeting of PASB Washington, D.C., undated2929 Pan American Sanitary Bureau Meeting, Washington, D.C., undated2930 Group Visiting Remains of Experimental Houses Used in Yellow Fever Studies by Walter Reed, 19522931 Portraits - Antunes, Waldemar; Bevier, George; Carter, H.R.; Chagas, Carlos; Darling, Samuel, ca. 1920-19302932 Portraits - Escobar, Benigno; Gubelich, Andres; Hackett, Louis W., ca. 1920-19302933 Portraits - da Rocha Lima, Henrique; Sawyer, Bernardo; Sawyer, Wilbur A.; Strode, George K., ca. 1920-19302934 Portraits - Wilson, D. Bruce, ca. 1920-19302935 Rockefeller Archive Center Photographs (copies), undated2936 Awards in the Soper Physical Collection, Photographs and Negatives by NLM Photographers, undated Series 7: Daily Files, 1964-1977301 Index, 1965-1967302-19Oct. 1964-Jul. 1967311-19Aug.1967-Aug. 1970321-20Sept.1970-Dec. 1977 Series 8: Material relating to "Adventures in World Health", 1964-1977331 Correspondence and General Information, 1972-1977332 Notes, 1964-1972333-4 Unedited Original - Chapters 1-4, 1972-1975335-16 Edited Copy - Chapters 1-20, 1964-1976 Series 9: Yellow Fever Research, 1916-1976341 Yellow Fever - Bibliographies, undated342-3 Yellow Fever - Africa, 1936, 1953-1973344-7 Aedes Aegypti - Americas, 1923, 1942-1958348-10 Americas, 1937-1941, 1948-19713411 Argentina, 1947-1953, 1965-19673412 Asia, 1965-1971351-2 Bolivia, 1928-1932, 1940-1952, 1965-1973 Brazil353 Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1926-1930, 1939, 1946-1953354 Survey, 1947-1953, 1959355 Forms, 1927-1933, 1947356 Aedes Aegypti Reduction and Eradication Charts, 1931-1941357 Pernamhuco Reports, 1923-1926, 1970358 Rio Grande Do Sul, 1939-1940359 Sao Paulo, 1936, 1952-1953, 1965-1967, 19733510 Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1964-19743511 Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1965-1974, 198036vol. The Organization of Permanent Nation-wide Anti-Aedes Aegypti Measures in Brazil - Manuscript, 194136vol. Studies of Jungle Yellow Fever in Brazil During the Past Ten Years, 194936vol.1 Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1947-1949362 Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1964-197336vol. Cases of Yellow Fever Occurring in Brazil and Liver Diagnosis, Brazil, 1931-194736vol. Yellow Fever Research Service Annual Report, 1941371 British Guiana, 1940, 1948, 1962-1964372 Central America, 1950-1953, 1968373-4 Colombia, 1936-1973375 Costa Rica, 1951-1955, 1965-1966 Cuba37vol.Eradication of Aedes Aegypti Manual of Operations, 193637vol.Campana Anti-Aegypti Manual Para Capataces y Visitadores, 1963376 Yellow Fever in Cuba, 1965-1976377 Ecuador, 1951, 1965-1975378-9 Aedes Aegypti - El Salvador, 1964-19703710 Ethiopia, 1964-19663711 Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, 1952-19563712-13 Mexico, 1949, 1955-19743714 Panama, 1949-1951, 1966-1974381-2Paraguay, 1925, 1945-1953, 1972-1974383 Peru, 1941-1958, 1964-1971384 Surinam, 1969385 Trinidad, 1930, 1948, 1954-1956, 1964-1973386 Uruguay, 1952-1958 Venezuela387 Yellow Fever in Venezuela, 1937, 1950-1958, 1964-1967, 197338vol.Actualidad del Problema de la Fiebre Amarilla, 1937388 Aedes Aegypti, 1962-1966389-13 U.S.A., 1940-1943, 1952-1974391-2 Commission to South America, 1966-1970393 Aedes Aegypti - Correspondence on Eradication, 1961-1965394 Encephalitis, 1951, 1965-1967395 Organisms, 1966-1968396 Jungle, 1941, 1950-1954, 1966-1973397 Extrinsic Incubation Period, 1966-1974399 Epidemiology, 1964-1974398 Virus and Transmission, 1963-19703910 Key Center Epidemiology, 1967-19723911 Pathological Diagnosis, 1934, 1935, 1973-19743912 Aedes Aegypti Eradication and PASB, 1963-19743913 Aedes Aegypti Seminar (WHO, Geneva) - Correspondence and Papers, 1965-1967401-3 Notes, 1966-1976404 Handwritten Notes, 1970405 Miscellaneous Maps and Charts, undated406-8 WHO - Expert Committee on Yellow Fever, 1949-1954, Mar. 197140 PAHO - Cost-Benefit Analysis, 197041 "Seminar on the Ecology, Biology, Control, and Eradication of A.A.", 1965411-4 Conference on Aedes Aegypti Eradication in the Americas, 1967415-6 Source Documents for Study Group on Method for Prevention of Aedes Aegypti (4 folders), 1970421-2 Source Documents for Study Group on Method for Prevention of Aedes Aegypti (4 folders), 1970423 "Notes on Regionalization and Relations with PASB," First World Health Assembly, 1948424 Yellow Fever Conference, Washington, DC, Dec. 1954425 Seminar on Aedes Aegypti, 1965426-9 Seminar on Aedes Aegypti - Papers 1-39, 19654210-11 Mass Campaigns and General Public Health, 1962-1965 Fred Lowe Soper Lectures4212 Correspondence, 1959-19664213 Data, 1960-19654214 Reports, 1962-1964 Yellow Fever collected reprints, reports, monographs, etc.4215-16 Dissertation - "Man as the Host of the Yellow Fever Virus," F.N. Macnamara, 1956431 Reprints collected by FLS, Index 1-225, 1965432-13 Reprints collected by FLS, numbered 1-130, 1935-1942, 1948-1967, 1975441-11 Reprints Collected by FLS, numbered 131-231, 1906, 1914, 1928-19714412 Maps, numbered 1-10, 195845 Monograph Reprints, 1904-194646 Monograph Reprints, 1947-196047 Monograph Reprints, 1962-197548 Manuscripts and Typescripts relating to the Rockefeller Foundation, 1924-1935, 1942-1947, 1965-1973481 Rockefeller Foundation Notes, 1963-196749-503 Miscellaneous Monographs (in Spanish and Portuguese) from 19th and 20th centuries; some items are rare., 1867-1870, 1882, 1893-1906, 1913-1914, 1922, 1930, 1936-1940, 1946-195351 Notes, undated511-2 Hideyo Noguchi, 1965-197351 Monographs on Finlay, 1955513 Finlay and Reed, 1941, 1948-1955, 1961-1973514-5 Reed and Gorgas, 1965-1975516 Louis Pasteur, 1964-1967517-9 George M. Sternberg, 1965-19705110 Commission to Havana, 1879, 1966-19675111 Mississippi, 1878-1905, 19435112 History, 1941, 1952-1955, 1965-1967, 1975521 "Missed Opportunities", 1966-1970522-3 Notes on various subjects, 1964-1976 Series 10: Malaria Research, 1919-1975 WHO - Documents on Malaria524 WHO Meeting on DDT, Geneva, Switzerland, 1970-197152vol. Insecticide Resistance and Vector Control - Seventeenth Report of the WHO Expert Committee on Insecticides, 1970525 Minimum Requirements of Rural Health Services for the Support of Malaria Eradication Programmes, 1962526 Afro Malaria Eradication Year Book #1, 1959527 Report of the Technical Meeting on Malaria Eradication in Africa, 195952vol. Report on the Third Asian Malaria Conference, 1959528 Malaria in the African Region, A Review, 195852vol. Status of Malaria Eradication in the Americas, 1958529 A Longitudinal Study of Natural Malaria Infection in a Group of West African Adults, 1962531-4 Africa, 1959-1972535-7 Brazil, 1930, 1939-1940, 1963-1973538-13 Central America, 1950-1967 Egypt5314 Egypt, 1943-1945, 1964-19695315 Egypt Correspondence, 1944-1945, 1962-196354vol. Malaria in Egypt (Unpublished Manuscript), by J.A. Kerr, 1968541 Haiti and Jamaica, 1963-1964542-3 India, 1947, 1957-1965544-7 Italy, 1945-1953, 1960-1969548 Near East, 1963-1964549-10 Southeast Asia, 1952-19685411 Taiwan, 1957-19635412 United States, 1962-1967551-2 U.S.S.R., 1958-196155 Pan American Sanitary Bureau Reports and Meetings, 1965-197055 Changes in the Pattern of Mortality Following the Eradication of Hyperendemic Malaria from a Highly Susceptible Community, 1970 WHO - Malaria Documents, 1950-1955, 1961-1962553 Drugs, 1962554-5 Eradication, 1950-1955, 1961-1962556 General, 1962557-8 Insecticides, 1961-1962561 Mosquitoes, 1962562 Parasites, 1962563 Drugs, 1963-1965564 Drug Resistance, 1965565-8 Eradication, 1963-1966569 Fluorescent Antibodies, 1964-19665610-11 General, 19635612 Insecticides, 1963-19665613-14 Mosquitoes, 1963-1966571 Parasites, 1963-1966572 Reintroduction, 1966573 Drugs, 1966-1970574 Drug Resistance, 1967-1970575 Eradication, 1967-1973 576 Fluorescent Antibodies, 1967-1970577-8 General, 1966-1971579 Insecticides, 1967-19735710 Mosquitoes, 1966-19715711-12 Parasites, 1966-19705713 Reintroduction, 1967-1968 Collected malaria reprints, reports, monographs, etc.581-15 Reprints, 1899-1964591-2 Reprints, 1965-1968593-11 Reports, 1954-19685912 Reports, undated60 Monograph Reprints, 1917-194561 Monograph Reprints, 1946-195862-63 Monograph Reprints, 1959-1970631-4 Notes, 1943-1975635 Notes, undated636-7 Seminar on the Prevention of Reintroduction of Malaria, Nov. 1966638 Newspaper Clippings, 1939, 1947, 1957-1965639 Eradication Coordination Meetings, 1962-19636310 Meetings, 1955, 1963-19666311 Mosquito Photos and Maps, 1939-1941641-2 Advisory Committee on Malaria Eradication, First Meeting [committee book], 31 Aug. 1965643 Advisory Committee on Malaria Eradication, Second Meeting [committee book], 3 March 1969 Malaria Survey - Use of DDT, 1943-1950644 Belgian Congo, 1948-1949645 Brazil, 1947-1948646 British Guiana, 1948647 Central America, 1946-1950648-9 Cyprus, 1946-19496410 Dominican Republic, 19486411 Greece, 1946-19486412-13 India, 1946-19486414 Italy, 1943-19486415 South Africa, 1948651 Venezuela, 1950652 Countries A - M, 1948653 Countries N - Ph, 1948654 Countries Po - Z, 1948-1949 Series 11: Typhus Research, 1942-1947, 1964-1975655 United States Typhus Commission, 1942-1947656 General, 1964-1975657 Algeria, 1943-1945658 Egypt, 1943-1946659 Iran and Mexico, 1943-19456510 Italy (Manuscripts and Publications), 1943-1945, 19716511 Minutes of Meetings, 1943-1944 Naples, 1943-1945, 1965, 19756512 Part I, 1943-1944, 19756513 Part II, 1944-1945, 19656514 Delousing Service, 1943-1944661-2 Typhus Fever in Naples - Report, 1943-1944663 Typhus Commission - Correspondence and Notes, 1943-1945Map drawer 6 "Typhus in Naples," Life Magazine, Feb. 28, 1994 Series 12: Cholera Research, 1950-197366vol. SEATO Conference on Cholera, 196366vol. The Probable Role of the Hilsa Fish, Hilsa Ilisha (Ham) in Maintaining Cholera Endemicity in India, 195166vol. Report of the Joint Committee in Regard to Control and Eradication of Cholera, 1959664 Correspondence, 1961-1970665-7 Reports and Printed Matter, 1952, 1959-1968668 First Meeting Directing Council, Pakistan - SEATO Research Lab, 1962669 Yaws - Haiti, 1950, 1957, 1967-19736610 International Health, 1954, 1964-197266vol. Pakistan-SEATO Cholera Research Laboratory Annual Progress Report, 19636611 International Health - 2000 A.D. Paper, published by PASB, 1971-1972671 American Public Health Association Section Committee on Disease Eradication Materials, 1963-1967, 1974672-4 FLS - Notes on Eradication, 1963-1973 Series 13: Miscellaneous Publications and Research Materials, 1932-1975675-15 Miscellaneous Publications, nos. 1-120, 1942-1966, 1975681-8 Miscellaneous Publications, nos. 121-193, 1945-1947, 1956-1974689-17 Reviews, nos. 1-46, 1964-1974691 Baker Lecture, 196169 Monographs Collected by FLS, various subjects, 1935-1941, 1959-1964, 1971692Review of Mosquito Work Throughout the World, 1932-194870 Biographical Volumes, 1935-1945, 1952-1956, 1965-196670 Finlay, Carlos J., 1935, 1952-1956, 1965-196670 Cruz, Osvaldo, 1937-194170 de Mendoca, Carlos C., 194070 Chagas, Carlos, 194470 Macedo, Jose M., 194570 Maneco, Ferreira, 1952 Selected Monographs (secondary sources; some with FLS notes), 1907, 1928-1939, 1955, 1962-197371 F.M. Burnet, Viruses and Man, 195571 Marcelo Silva Junior, Gustavo Lessa, Grande Vida-Exemplo, 197371 Miguel Sussina, Un Maestro Lato Sensu, 197271 Aidan Cockburn, M.D., The Evolution and Eradication of Infectious Diseases, 196371 Zeferino Merielles, Febre Amarella; Estudo Clinico, 190771 Oswaldo Cruz, Supplemento das Memorias Instituto, ca. 192871 Ministerio da Saude, Departmento Nacional de Endemias Rurais, Endemias Rurais, Metodos de Trabalho Adotados pelo DNERu, 196871 Smithburn, Durieux, Koerber, Penna, Dick, Coutois, de Souza Manso, Stuart, Bonnel, Yellow Fever Vaccination, 195671 C.B. Symes, et al, Insect Control in Public Health, 196271 Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana, Actas de la Novena Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, 193471 Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana, Actas de la Decima Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, 1939 Series 14: Awards, Honors and Medals, 1928-197472Paraguay Simon Bolivar Medal, undated72 Dominican Republic Merit Medal, undated72 U.S. Typhus Commission Medal, 194572 Conference Medals, 1946-194772 Pasteur Institute Medal, undated72 Pan American Sanitary Bureau Medal, 195972 Sedgwick Memorial Medal, 196672 Walter Reed Medal, 197272 Samuel J. Crumbine Medal, 196472 George Washington University Medal in Tropical Medicine, 194972 Pan American Medical Society Medal, undated73 Rockefeller Foundation Medal, 193473 Johns Hopkins Mark V Medal, undated73 Organizacion Panamericana de la Salud Consejo Directivo Medal, 194773 Conference Medals, 1946-195873 The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Fiftieth Anniversary Medal, 195373 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Freemason Medal, 195773 Johns Hopkins Associates Plaque, undated73 Brazil Order of Medical Merit Medal, undated73 The Johns Hopkins University Society of Scholars Medal, 197173 Brazil National Academy of Medicine Centenary Medal, 192973 Colombia Orden de Boyaca Medal, undated73 Cuba Order of Carlos Finlay Medal, 192873 Masons Medals, undated73 WHO Service Medal, 196573 Sedgwick Memorial Medal, 196673 Brazil National Academy of Medicine Medal, undated73 University of Antioqua Medical Academy Yellow Fever Plaque, 197473 International Prize of Social Medicine, 196774 Lascarette Award, 1959Map drawer 6 Certificates, Diplomas, Photographs Series 15: Audiovisual Materials, 1935-1938, 1948, 1967, 1973-197775 Memorial Gathering for FLS [Audiocassette], 197775 Leon Bernard Foundation Prize Award Ceremony [Reel-to-Reel Audio Tape], 196775 FLS 80th Birthday Celebration [Reel-to-Reel Audio Tape], 197375 Glass photographic slides (Jungle Yellow Fever), 1935-1938, 1948, 1968 Series 16: Volumes1-32 Yellow Fever Reprints33-41 International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation, Collected Papers on Yellow Fever42-46 Collected Yellow Fever Papers47-56 Miscellaneous Volumes on Yellow Fever57-64 Manual of Instructions, National Yellow Fever Service of Brazil65-78 Malaria Reprints79-87 Miscellaneous Volumes on Malaria88-90 Servico de Malaria do Nordeste, Manual de Administracao, parts 1-891 USA Typhus Commission; volume of collected reprints92-95 Excerpts on Yellow Fever from Rockefeller Foundation96-98 Bulletin of the Rockefeller Foundation (vols. 1-6)99-100 Bulletin of the International Board of the Rockefeller Foundation101-109 Miscellaneous Volumes on John D. Rockefeller and the Rockefeller Foundation110 Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Reports of the Director, 1947-1951111 The First 10 Years of the WHO, 1948-1957112 The Second 10 Years of the WHO, 1958-1967113 40 Years of Tropical Medicine Research, A History of the Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive Medicine114 World Eradication of Infectious Diseases, by Harold E. Hinman

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Biographical data, diaries, correspondence, documents, reprints and printed matter, photographs, certificates and diplomas, and memorabilia.

    The collection contains an extensive file of publications, notes, and other data relating to yellow fever and malaria, including Gorgas Memorial Institute and Pan American Sanitary Bureau material.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Series 1: Personal and Biographical, 1919-1975 [series]:
    1 1
    Finding Aid, 1978
    1 2-3
    Biographical Data, 1942, 1949-1953, 1959-1968, 1974-1975
    1 4-5
    Bibliography, 1948, 1964-1974
    1 6
    Obituaries and Memorials, 1977
    1 7
    Awards and Medals of FLS, 1955, 1972
    1 8
    Interview with Fred Lowe Soper, 1959
    1 9
    Personnel Forms, 1942-1959, 1970-1971
    1 10
    U.S. Army Orders, 1943-1946
    1 11
    Programs, Meetings, Dinners, 1942-1963
    1 12
    Invitations, 1947-1956, 1962-1968, 1974-1975
    1 13
    Sympathy Letters - Juliet Soper's Death, 1959, 1968
    1 14
    Family Correspondence, 1957, 1965-1975
    1 15
    Harvard - Visiting Lecturer, 1949-1966
    1 16
    Quotations, Sayings, Curiosities, 1938-1941, 1959-1971
    1
    Letters - Retirement from Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Jan. 1959
     
    Dr. Soper's Books [subseries]:
    2
    Ventures in World Health, 1977
    2
    Anopheles Gambiae in Brazil, 1941-1943, 1971
    2
    Building the Health Bridge, 1970
    2
    Hacia La Conquista de la Salud, 1972
    2
    The Organization of Permanent Nation-Wide Anti-Aedes Aegypti Measures in Brazil, 1943
    3
    Passports and Identity Cards, 1922-1967 [subseries]:
    3 1
    U.S. Army Civilian Identification Card, 1944
    3 2
    Passport Photographs, 1967
    3-4 1
    Awards and Certificates, 1937-1974
     
    Awards and Certificates - Correspondence [subseries]:
    4 2
    Brazil, 1942
    4 3
    Colombia, 1959
    4 4
    Samuel J. Crumbine Award, 1964
    4 5
    Dominican Republic, 1960
    4 6
    Lasker Award, 1946-1954, 1960-1963
    4 7
    Leon Bernard Foundation, 1964-1967
    4 8
    Sedgwick Memorial Medal, 1966-1967
    4 9
    University of Brazil - Honorary Degree, 1963-1964
    4 10
    University of Kansas - Distinguished Service Awards, 1952, 1958-1964
    4 11
    Venezuela, 1958-1960
    4 12
    Walter Reed Award, 1972
    4 13
    Awards and Honors - Miscellaneous, 1932, 1942-1951, 1959, 1965
    4 14-22
    Newspaper Clippings re: Fred Lowe Soper, 1915-1967
    4 23-24
    Book Reviews - World Eradication of Infectious Diseases and The Plague Killers, 1966
    5 1-2
    Programs - Dinners, Graduations, and Honors, 1913-1916, 1951, 1959-1964
    5 3-4
    80th Birthday Celebration, 1973-1974
     
    80th Birthday Letters [subseries]:
    5 5
    A, 1973-1974
    5 6
    B, 1973-1974
    5 7
    C, Nov.-Dec. 1973
    5 8
    D - E, Nov.-Dec. 1973
    5 9
    F, 1970, 1973
    5 10
    G - I, 1973-1974
    5 11
    J - K, Nov.-Dec. 1973
    5 12
    L - M, Nov.-Dec. 1973
    5 13
    N - P, Nov.-Dec. 1973
    5 14
    R, Nov.-Dec. 1973
    5 15
    S, 1973-1974
    5 16
    T - Y, Nov.-Dec. 1973
    5 17
    Thank Yous, 1974-1975
    5 18
    80th Birthday Photographs, 1973, 1975
     
    Series 2: Diaries, 1919-1975 [series]:
    74
    Index to FLS Diaries (by subject and year), 1932-1942
    6
    Diaries, 1921-1928
    6
    Notes, 1943-1965
     
    Diaries, Dec. 1919-Dec. 1931 [subseries]:
    7 1
    Typed Diary and Yellow Fever Report, 1919-1920, 1965
    7 2
    Original Diary, Mar.-Nov. 1920
    7 3
    Typed Diary and Yellow Fever Report, 1921, 1928
    7 4
    Typed Diary, 1922, 1975
    7 5
    Typed Diary and Yellow Fever Journal, May 1926-Dec. 1927, 1965, 1975
    7 6
    Typed Diary, Yellow Fever Report, and Excerpt of Mario Biao Journal, Dec. 26, 1927-Apr. 1928
    7 7
    Typed Diary and Yellow Fever Memoranda, May-Jul. 1928
    7 8
    Typed Diary and Draft Yellow Fever Report, Aug.-Dec. 1928
    7 9
    Typed Diary, Jan.-Apr. 1929
    7 10
    Typed Diary and Letters on Yellow Fever, Apr. 30-Jul. 1929
    7 11
    Typed Diary and Letters on Yellow Fever, Aug.-Dec. 1929
    7 12
    Typed Diary and Letters on Yellow Fever, Feb.-Jun. 1930
    7 13
    Typed Diary and Letters on Yellow Fever, Jul.-Aug. 1930
    7 14
    Typed Diary and Letters to Soper, Sept.-Oct. 1930
    7 15
    Typed Diary, Nov.-Dec. 1930
    7 16
    Typed Diary, Jan.-Mar. 1931
    7 17
    Typed Diary and Excerpt of W.J. Doyle Journal, Apr.-May 1931
    7 18
    Typed Diary and Excerpts of Yellow Fever Journals, Jun.-Jul. 1931
    7 19
    Typed Diary and Excerpts of Yellow Fever Journals, Aug.-Sept 1931
    7 20
    Typed Diary and Excerpts of Yellow Fever Journals, Oct.-Nov. 1931
    7 21
    Typed Diary and Excerpts of Yellow Fever Journals, Dec. 1931
    8 1-18
    Diaries and Yellow Fever Journal Excerpts, Jan. 1932-Jun. 1935
    9 1-18
    Diaries and Yellow Fever Journal Excerpts, Jul. 1935- Dec. 1939
     
    Diaries, 1940-1944 [subseries]:
    10 1-12
    South American Yellow Fever and Yellow Fever Journals, 1940-Sept. 1942
    10 13-18
    Typhus and Malaria Work for U.S. Defense Department, Oct. 1942-Dec. 1944
     
    Diaries, 1945-1949 [subseries]:
    11 1-5
    Typhus and Malaria Work for U.S. Defense Department, Jan. 1945-May 1946
    11 5-20
    Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Jun. 1946- Dec. 1949, 1965-1968
    12 1-18
    Diaries on Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1950-1957
     
    Diaries, 1958-1975 [subseries]:
    13 1-3
    Pan American Sanitary Bureau, May 1958-Sept. 1959
    13 3-9
    International Health Consulting, Oct. 1959-1966
    13
    Other Diaries [subseries]:
    13 10-12
    Burke, Alexander W., Oct. 1927-May 1928
    13 13
    Davis, William A., Jun.-Nov. 1943
    13 14
    Knipe, Frederick W., Feb.-Mar. 1945
    13 15
    Kumm, Henry W., Feb.-Mar. 1945
    13 16
    Markham, F.S., Oct. 1943-Aug. 1945
     
    Rickard, E.R., Jun. 1930-Sept. 1931 [subseries]:
    13 17-19
    Diary, Aug. 1930-Sept. 1931
    13 20
    References from Journal, Jun. 26, 1930-Sept. 17, 1931
    13 21
    Sawyer, Wilbur A., 1930-1934, 1966-1969
    13 22
    Walcott, A.M., Aug. 1931-Mar. 1932
     
    Series 3: Correspondence, 1922-1976 [series]:
     
    A - Co [subseries]:
    14 1
    American Journal of Public Health, 1962-1968
    14 2
    American Mosquito Control Association, 1957, 1963-1971
    14 3
    A - Al, 1948, 1959-1976
    14 4
    Antunes, Paulo, 1957-1975
    14 5
    Am - And, 1959-1974
    14 6
    Ant - Au, 1947-1968
    14 7
    Ba - Bi, 1947-1976
    14 8
    Bayne-Jones, Stanhope, 1944, 1966-1971
    14 9
    Blood, Benjamin, 1966-1973
    14 10
    Bj - Bu, 1944, 1954-1974
    14 11
    Campbell, Eugene, 1947, 1959-1970
    14 12
    Building the Health Bridge, A - G, 1970-1972
    14 13
    Building the Health Bridge, H - W, 1967-1972
    14 14
    Building the Health Bridge, Reviews, 1970-1971
    14 15
    Carroll, Mrs. Wallace (Peggy), 1965-1967
    14 16
    Chagas, Agnes, 1963, 1970-1975
    14 17
    Christmas Correspondence, 1969
    14 18
    C - Can, 1942, 1954-1973
    14 19
    Car - Ch, 1947, 1959-1975
    14 20
    Cl - Co, 1929, 1947-1976
    14 21
    Cockburn, T. Aidan, 1962-1967
    14 22
    Cooper, Donald, 1964-1968
    14 23
    Cosmos Club, 1959-1975
    14 24
    Courtois, Ghislain, 1962-1971
     
    Cu - Kerr [subseries]:
    15 1
    Cuban Medical Association in Exile, 1962-1964
    15 2
    Cr - Cu, 1947-1950, 1963-1977
    15 3
    Da - Di, 1947-1954, 1962-1975
    15 4
    Do - Du, 1933, 1949-1951, 1957-1976, 2003
    15 5
    Downs, Wilbur, 1954-1975
    15 6
    E, 1947-1975
    15 7
    Ferreira, Manuel Jose, 1963-1967, 1973-1974
    15 8
    F - Fl, 1947-1975
    15 9
    Farid, M.A., 1947, 1963-1975
    15 10
    Franco, Odair, 1971-1973
    15 11
    Fo - Fu, 1951-1952, 1958-1975
    15 12
    Ga - Gi, 1947-1975
    15 13
    Galloway, C.B., 1969-1973
    15 14
    Go - Gr, 1922-1928, 1943-1976
    15 15
    Hackett, Lewis W., 1939-1940, 1950-1964
    15 16
    H - He, 1948-1954, 1962-1975
    15 17
    Hi - Hy, 1947, 1959-1976
    15 18
    Howard-Jones, Norman, 1971-1973
    15 19
    Hume, John, 1967-1976
    15 20
    I, 1954-1975
    15 21
    Income Tax, 1959
    15 22
    Insfran, Alejandrina De, 1968-1975
    15 23
    Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars, 1967-1971
    15 24
    J, 1947-1948, 1960-1975
     
    K - Ph [subseries]:
    15 25
    Kerr, J. Austin, 1939-1974
    16 1-3
    Kerr, J. Austin (cont'd.)
    16 4
    K, 1949-1971
    16 5
    Leake, James P., 1946, 1960-1973
    16 6
    Lederberg, Joshua, 1970
    16 7
    Lehrun, Andre J., 1960-1970
    16 8
    L - Le, 1947, 1954-1976
    16 9
    Li - Ly, 1938-1974
    16 10
    Mac - May, 1943-1976
    16 11
    Mc - Mil, 1949-1953, 1962-1976
    16 12
    Min - My, 1947-1975
    16 13
    Myers, J. Arthur, 1962-1971
    16 14
    National Library of Medicine, 1964-1977
    16 15
    N, 1943-1948, 1954, 1963-1969
    16 16
    O, 1950-1952, 1962-1974
    16 17
    Pa - Ph, 1941, 1947-1975
    16 18
    Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1958-1959
    16 19
    Pan American Sanitary Bureau Retirement, 1959
    16 20
    Pan American Medical Association, 1959-1974
     
    Pi - T [subseries]:
    17 1
    Pi - Pu, 1947-1950, 1956-1975
    17 2
    Raska (re: Moscow Conference for Microbiology) - Papers and Russian Correspondents, 1965-1968
    17 3
    Requests for Republishing Permission, 1968
    17 4
    Rockefeller, Nelson, 1946-1969
    17 5-6
    Rockefeller Foundation, 1943-1975
    17 7
    Q - Rod, 1947-1976
    17 8
    Rol - Ru, 1923-1926, 1936, 1948, 1955-1973
    17 9
    Russell, Paul F., 1958-1976
    17 10
    Rusk, Dean, 1955-1959
    17 11
    Sa - Sc, 1925, 1935, 1941, 1947-1974
    17 12
    da Silva, Oswaldo Jose, 1964-1976
    17 13
    Silva Lima, Durval, 1963-1975
    17 14
    Se - Sm, 1942-1975
    17 15
    Stockard, Joe L., 1962-1968
    17 16
    Stoll, Norman R., 1937, 1971-1975
    17 17
    Ster - Sto, 1947-1955, 1965-1975
    17 18
    Strode, George K., 1947-1958, 1965
    17 19
    Streit, Paul H., 1962-1974
    17 20
    Sn - Sy, 1947, 1955-1975
    17 21
    Thatcher, Maurice, 1969-1970
    17 22
    T, 1948-1975
     
    Tr - Z, Malaria [subseries]:
    18 1
    Travel, 1953-1954, 1962-1964
    18 2
    U - V, 1948-1950, 1960-1975
    18 3
    Walter Reed Memorial Association, 1954, 1960-1967
    18 4-5
    Watson, Robert Briggs, 1956-1976
    18 6-7
    Watt, James, 1950-1972
    18 8
    W - Was, 1948-1974
    18 9
    Wegman, Myron, 1964-1975
    18 10
    Weller, Thomas H., 1958-1968
    18 11
    Williams, Greer, 1963-1967
    18 12
    Wilson, Robert J., 1971-1976
    18 13
    World Health Organization, 1964-1973
    18 14
    Wolman, Abel, 1971
    18 15
    We - Wright, 1950-1977
    18 16
    Unidentified Letters, 1942, 1947-1950, 1957
    18 17
    Y - Z, 1950, 1964-1975
     
    Subject Correspondence, 1948-1974 [subseries]:
    18 18
    Asian Trip - Correspondence, Reports, Lecture, 1958-1959
     
    Malaria Correspondence [subseries]:
    18 19
    A - C, 1949-1966
    18 20
    D - G, 1941-1943, 1956-1964
    18 21
    H - K, 1956-1970
    18 22
    L - S, 1946-1949, 1955-1966
    18 23
    T - Y, 1956-1966
    19 1
    Pesticides, 1944, 1959-1974
    19 2
    Smallpox, 1963-1971
    19 3-8
    Tuberculosis, 1952, 1959-1965
     
    Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1948-1974 [subseries]:
    19 9
    Notes and Papers, 1948-1966, 1974
    19 10-11
    Annual Report of the Director, 1952-1954, 1957
    19 12
    Pan American Health Organization, 1947-1955, 1964-1977
    19 13
    Sanitary Conference, 1962
    19 14
    Newspaper Clippings, 1947
    19 15
    Fourth Armed Forces International Nutrition Conference, 1960
    19 16
    Hylaean Amazon Conference - Notes and Newspaper Clippings, 1947
    19 17
    Second Pan American Scientific Congress - Notes, 1965-1971
    19 18
    White House Conference on International Cooperation, 1965-1966
    19 19
    United Nations, 1945-1949, 1954-1965
    19 20
    WHO Quarantine Committee - Correspondence, 1954
     
    Series 4: Reprints, Lectures, and Speeches, 1920-1974 [series]:
    20 1-3
    Soper Reprints, 1924-1928, 1934-1939
    21 1-12
    Soper Reprints, 1937-1955
    22 1-9
    Soper Reprints, 1956-1972
    22 10-13
    Lectures and Speeches, 1930-1964
    22 14
    Lecture Notes, 1955-1965
    22 15
    Harvard Lecture, 1965
    22 16
    Harvard Lecture Notes, 1963-1965
    22 17
    Harvard Lecture Notes, 1949
     
    Soper Unpublished Papers [subseries]:
    23 1
    Index, 1973
    23 2-15
    Unpublished Papers, 1920-1971
    23 16
    Mass Campaigns and General Public Health, 1963-1965
    23 17
    Tuberculosis Papers, 1961-1964
     
    Series 5: Gorgas Memorial Institute and Laboratory, 1920-1976 [series]:
     
    Gorgas Memorial Institute [subseries]:
    24 1
    General Data
    24 2
    Senate Hearings, 1970-1974
    24 3-16
    Correspondence, 1921-1927, 1953-1954, 1961-1971
    25 1-13
    Correspondence and Papers, 1971-1974
    26 1-3
    Correspondence and Papers, 1974-1976
    26 4-8
    Annual Meetings, 1963-1976
    26 9
    Health Research Center, 1972
     
    Gorgas Memorial Laboratories [subseries]:
    26 10-11
    Annual Reports, 1950-1952, 1964-1973
    26 12
    Labor Problems, 1973
    26 vol.
    Dr. William C. Gorgas of Alabama and the Panama Canal, 1947
    26 vol.
    Gorgas Memorial Laboratories - Research Work Touching Causes and Prevention of Tropical Diseases, 1928
    26 vol.
    El Laboratorio Commemorativo Gorgas; su historia y su labor, 1975
     
    Series 6: Photographs, 1911-1973, n.d. [series]:
    27
    Album 1, 1924, n.d.
    27
    Album 2, 1920-1923, 1934, n.d.
    27
    Album 3, 1950-1951, n.d.
    27 1
    Photographs, undated
    27 2
    Medical School Fraternity Photograph, 1918
    27 3
    Ubiqueteers, 1922-1923
    27 4
    Miscellaneous Photographs, 1938, 1955, n.d.
    28 1
    Soper Portraits, 1950, 1965, n.d.
    28 2
    Soper Boarding Plane, Jan. 1952
    28 3
    Spraying for Mosquitoes, undated
    28 4
    Burial in Emergency Cemetery, 1939
    28 5
    Yellow Fever Vaccination, undated
    28 6
    Yellow Fever Information Posters, Feb. 1924
    28 7
    Emergency Cemetery, 1939
    28 8
    Spraying for Mosquitoes, undated
    28 9
    Microscopic Inspection for Mosquito Larvae, undated
    28 10
    Yellow Fever Service Personnel Photograph, 1937
    28 11
    Soper Portrait, 1928
    28 12
    Soper Portrait, undated
    28 13
    Soper Portrait, undated
    28 14
    Inspection for Mosquito Larvae, undated
    28 15
    Malaria Service Personnel, 1939
    28 16
    Malaria Survivors, 1939
    28 17
    Soper Portraits, 1954-1955, 1967, n.d.
    28 18-19
    Anopheles Gambiae in Brazil, 1939
    28 20
    Hylea Meeting, Para, Brazil, 1947
    28 21
    Family Portraits, 1932, n.d.
    28 22
    Soper with Colleagues, 1956-1958, 1965
    28 23
    Yellow Fever Service in Brazil, 1930-1934
    28 24
    Soper in Rio de Janeiro, 1963
    28 25
    U.S. Delegation on Environmental Sanitation, Reception, undated
    28 26
    Soper at the American Mosquito Control Association Meeting, Atlanta, 1966
    28 27
    Soper with Courtney and P.C.A. Antunes in Brazil, 1954
    28 28
    Mrs. Soper Receiving Farewell from the Ladies of the Pan American Health Organization, 1959
    28 29
    Soper's College Years, 1911-1915, 1923
    28 30
    Photographs, 1921-1924
    28 31
    80th Birthday Portrait, 1973
    28 32
    Executive Committee, PASB, 1947
    28 33
    Soper at Work, 1955
    28 34
    Photographs, 1951-1952
    28 35
    Soper Relaxing, 1934-1935, 1941
    28 36
    Soper Receiving Various Awards, 1952, 1958
    28 37
    Staff of Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1947-1958
    28 38
    Soper Receiving Various Awards, [1950-1960]
    28 39
    Soper Speaking, 1953-1965
    28 40
    Soper Receiving Various Awards, 1942-1944
    28 41
    Photographs, 1933-1939
    28 42
    Photographs, 1940-1947
    28 43
    Soper Portraits, 1954, 1970-1971
    28 44
    First World Health Assembly, Geneva, 1948
    28 45-48
    Fourth International Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria, Washington, D.C., 1948
    28 49
    Reception Pan American Union, 1951
    28 50
    Soper in the Dominican Republic, 1950
    28 51
    Meeting of the PASB Executive Committee, Mexico City, 1948
    28 52
    Celebration of 48th Anniversary of PASB, Washington, D.C., 1950
    28 53
    Miscellaneous Photographs of Soper, 1926, 1959, n.d.
    28 54
    Illustration Photographs for "Ventures in World Health", undated
    28 55
    Soper in Rio de Janeiro, 1942
    28 56
    Miscellaneous Meetings, 1949-1950
    28 57
    Soper Relaxing, 1955-1959
    28 58
    Malaria Eradication in South America, undated
    28 59
    Illustration Photographs for "Anopheles Gambiae in Brazil, 1939-1940", 1941
    28 60
    Malaria Service in Brazil, 1939
    28 61
    South America Photographs, undated
    28 62
    Anopheles Gambiae Eradication in South America, 1943
    28 63
    Yellow Fever Service in Brazil, 1920-1922, 1928-1932
    28 64
    Yellow Fever Eradication in the Americas, 1930
    29 1
    Photographs, 1953-1954
    29 2
    PASB Headquarters, Laboratories, and Institutes, 1965, n.d.
    29 3
    Ground Breaking Ceremonies of the Pan American Health Organization, Washington, D.C., 1953
    29 4
    PASB Meeting Washington, D.C., 1955
    29 5-7
    Meeting of the PASB Directing Council Washington, D.C., 1955
    29 8
    Soper in Santiago, Chile, 1952-1954
    29 9
    Jefferson Medical College Centennial Celebration for Finlay, 1955
    29 10
    Soper in Manila, 1955
    29 11
    PASO and WHO Meetings Directing Council, 1957
    29 12
    Ambassador of the Dominican Republic Presenting Check to Soper for PASB, 1957
    29 13
    Soper in Maracay, Venezuela, 1956
    29 14
    Photographs, 1957
    29 15
    Expert Panel on Malaria, Washington D.C., 1960
    29 16
    Photographs, 1958-1959
    29 17
    11th World Health Assembly, Minneapolis, 1958
    29 18
    Soper in Caracas, 1958
    29 19
    Soper Receiving Check for PAHO Special Malaria Fund, 1957
    29 20
    Tenth Anniversary Celebration of PASO (PAHO), 1957
    29 21
    PASO and WHO Meetings Directing Council, 1957
    29 22
    Photographs, 1963-1966
    29 23
    Soper's Induction as Member of the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars, 1971
    29 24
    International Education and Exchange Branch, DHEW, 1960
    29 25
    Group Photographs, 1930-1966
    29 26
    Photographs, undated
    29 27
    Meeting of PASB Washington, D.C., 1958
    29 28
    Meeting of PASB Washington, D.C., undated
    29 29
    Pan American Sanitary Bureau Meeting, Washington, D.C., undated
    29 30
    Group Visiting Remains of Experimental Houses Used in Yellow Fever Studies by Walter Reed, 1952
    29 31
    Portraits - Antunes, Waldemar; Bevier, George; Carter, H.R.; Chagas, Carlos; Darling, Samuel, ca. 1920-1930
    29 32
    Portraits - Escobar, Benigno; Gubelich, Andres; Hackett, Louis W., ca. 1920-1930
    29 33
    Portraits - da Rocha Lima, Henrique; Sawyer, Bernardo; Sawyer, Wilbur A.; Strode, George K., ca. 1920-1930
    29 34
    Portraits - Wilson, D. Bruce, ca. 1920-1930
    29 35
    Rockefeller Archive Center Photographs (copies), undated
    29 36
    Awards in the Soper Physical Collection, Photographs and Negatives by NLM Photographers, undated
     
    Series 7: Daily Files, 1964-1977 [series]:
    30 1
    Index, 1965-1967
    30 2-19
    Oct. 1964-Jul. 1967
    31 1-19
    Aug.1967-Aug. 1970
    32 1-20
    Sept.1970-Dec. 1977
     
    Series 8: Material relating to "Adventures in World Health", 1964-1977 [series]:
    33 1
    Correspondence and General Information, 1972-1977
    33 2
    Notes, 1964-1972
    33 3-4
    Unedited Original - Chapters 1-4, 1972-1975
    33 5-16
    Edited Copy - Chapters 1-20, 1964-1976
     
    Series 9: Yellow Fever Research, 1916-1976 [series]:
    34 1
    Yellow Fever - Bibliographies, undated
    34 2-3
    Yellow Fever - Africa, 1936, 1953-1973
    34 4-7
    Aedes Aegypti - Americas, 1923, 1942-1958
    34 8-10
    Americas, 1937-1941, 1948-1971
    34 11
    Argentina, 1947-1953, 1965-1967
    34 12
    Asia, 1965-1971
    35 1-2
    Bolivia, 1928-1932, 1940-1952, 1965-1973
     
    Brazil [subseries]:
    35 3
    Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1926-1930, 1939, 1946-1953
    35 4
    Survey, 1947-1953, 1959
    35 5
    Forms, 1927-1933, 1947
    35 6
    Aedes Aegypti Reduction and Eradication Charts, 1931-1941
    35 7
    Pernamhuco Reports, 1923-1926, 1970
    35 8
    Rio Grande Do Sul, 1939-1940
    35 9
    Sao Paulo, 1936, 1952-1953, 1965-1967, 1973
    35 10
    Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1964-1974
    35 11
    Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1965-1974, 1980
    36 vol.
    The Organization of Permanent Nation-wide Anti-Aedes Aegypti Measures in Brazil - Manuscript, 1941
    36 vol.
    Studies of Jungle Yellow Fever in Brazil During the Past Ten Years, 1949
    36 vol.
    Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1947-1949
    36 2
    Yellow Fever in Brazil, 1964-1973
    36 vol.
    Cases of Yellow Fever Occurring in Brazil and Liver Diagnosis, Brazil, 1931-1947
    36 vol.
    Yellow Fever Research Service Annual Report, 1941
    37 1
    British Guiana, 1940, 1948, 1962-1964
    37 2
    Central America, 1950-1953, 1968
    37 3-4
    Colombia, 1936-1973
    37 5
    Costa Rica, 1951-1955, 1965-1966
     
    Cuba [subseries]:
    37 vol.
    Eradication of Aedes Aegypti Manual of Operations, 1936
    37 vol.
    Campana Anti-Aegypti Manual Para Capataces y Visitadores, 1963
    37 6
    Yellow Fever in Cuba, 1965-1976
    37 7
    Ecuador, 1951, 1965-1975
    37 8-9
    Aedes Aegypti - El Salvador, 1964-1970
    37 10
    Ethiopia, 1964-1966
    37 11
    Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, 1952-1956
    37 12-13
    Mexico, 1949, 1955-1974
    37 14
    Panama, 1949-1951, 1966-1974
    38 1-2
    Paraguay, 1925, 1945-1953, 1972-1974
    38 3
    Peru, 1941-1958, 1964-1971
    38 4
    Surinam, 1969
    38 5
    Trinidad, 1930, 1948, 1954-1956, 1964-1973
    38 6
    Uruguay, 1952-1958
     
    Venezuela [subseries]:
    38 7
    Yellow Fever in Venezuela, 1937, 1950-1958, 1964-1967, 1973
    38 vol.
    Actualidad del Problema de la Fiebre Amarilla, 1937
    38 8
    Aedes Aegypti, 1962-1966
    38 9-13
    U.S.A., 1940-1943, 1952-1974
    39 1-2
    Commission to South America, 1966-1970
    39 3
    Aedes Aegypti - Correspondence on Eradication, 1961-1965
    39 4
    Encephalitis, 1951, 1965-1967
    39 5
    Organisms, 1966-1968
    39 6
    Jungle, 1941, 1950-1954, 1966-1973
    39 7
    Extrinsic Incubation Period, 1966-1974
    39 9
    Epidemiology, 1964-1974
    39 8
    Virus and Transmission, 1963-1970
    39 10
    Key Center Epidemiology, 1967-1972
    39 11
    Pathological Diagnosis, 1934, 1935, 1973-1974
    39 12
    Aedes Aegypti Eradication and PASB, 1963-1974
    39 13
    Aedes Aegypti Seminar (WHO, Geneva) - Correspondence and Papers, 1965-1967
    40 1-3
    Notes, 1966-1976
    40 4
    Handwritten Notes, 1970
    40 5
    Miscellaneous Maps and Charts, undated
    40 6-8
    WHO - Expert Committee on Yellow Fever, 1949-1954, Mar. 1971
    40
    PAHO - Cost-Benefit Analysis, 1970
    41
    "Seminar on the Ecology, Biology, Control, and Eradication of A.A.", 1965
    41 1-4
    Conference on Aedes Aegypti Eradication in the Americas, 1967
    41 5-6
    Source Documents for Study Group on Method for Prevention of Aedes Aegypti (4 folders), 1970
    42 1-2
    Source Documents for Study Group on Method for Prevention of Aedes Aegypti (4 folders), 1970
    42 3
    "Notes on Regionalization and Relations with PASB," First World Health Assembly, 1948
    42 4
    Yellow Fever Conference, Washington, DC, Dec. 1954
    42 5
    Seminar on Aedes Aegypti, 1965
    42 6-9
    Seminar on Aedes Aegypti - Papers 1-39, 1965
    42 10-11
    Mass Campaigns and General Public Health, 1962-1965
     
    Fred Lowe Soper Lectures [subseries]:
    42 12
    Correspondence, 1959-1966
    42 13
    Data, 1960-1965
    42 14
    Reports, 1962-1964
     
    Yellow Fever collected reprints, reports, monographs, etc. [subseries]:
    42 15-16
    Dissertation - "Man as the Host of the Yellow Fever Virus," F.N. Macnamara, 1956
    43 1
    Reprints collected by FLS, Index 1-225, 1965
    43 2-13
    Reprints collected by FLS, numbered 1-130, 1935-1942, 1948-1967, 1975
    44 1-11
    Reprints Collected by FLS, numbered 131-231, 1906, 1914, 1928-1971
    44 12
    Maps, numbered 1-10, 1958
    45
    Monograph Reprints, 1904-1946
    46
    Monograph Reprints, 1947-1960
    47
    Monograph Reprints, 1962-1975
    48
    Manuscripts and Typescripts relating to the Rockefeller Foundation, 1924-1935, 1942-1947, 1965-1973
    48 1
    Rockefeller Foundation Notes, 1963-1967
    49-50 3
    Miscellaneous Monographs (in Spanish and Portuguese) from 19th and 20th centuries; some items are rare., 1867-1870, 1882, 1893-1906, 1913-1914, 1922, 1930, 1936-1940, 1946-1953
    51
    Notes, undated
    51 1-2
    Hideyo Noguchi, 1965-1973
    51
    Monographs on Finlay, 1955
    51 3
    Finlay and Reed, 1941, 1948-1955, 1961-1973
    51 4-5
    Reed and Gorgas, 1965-1975
    51 6
    Louis Pasteur, 1964-1967
    51 7-9
    George M. Sternberg, 1965-1970
    51 10
    Commission to Havana, 1879, 1966-1967
    51 11
    Mississippi, 1878-1905, 1943
    51 12
    History, 1941, 1952-1955, 1965-1967, 1975
    52 1
    "Missed Opportunities", 1966-1970
    52 2-3
    Notes on various subjects, 1964-1976
     
    Series 10: Malaria Research, 1919-1975 [series]:
     
    WHO - Documents on Malaria [subseries]:
    52 4
    WHO Meeting on DDT, Geneva, Switzerland, 1970-1971
    52 vol.
    Insecticide Resistance and Vector Control - Seventeenth Report of the WHO Expert Committee on Insecticides, 1970
    52 5
    Minimum Requirements of Rural Health Services for the Support of Malaria Eradication Programmes, 1962
    52 6
    Afro Malaria Eradication Year Book #1, 1959
    52 7
    Report of the Technical Meeting on Malaria Eradication in Africa, 1959
    52 vol.
    Report on the Third Asian Malaria Conference, 1959
    52 8
    Malaria in the African Region, A Review, 1958
    52 vol.
    Status of Malaria Eradication in the Americas, 1958
    52 9
    A Longitudinal Study of Natural Malaria Infection in a Group of West African Adults, 1962
    53 1-4
    Africa, 1959-1972
    53 5-7
    Brazil, 1930, 1939-1940, 1963-1973
    53 8-13
    Central America, 1950-1967
     
    Egypt [subseries]:
    53 14
    Egypt, 1943-1945, 1964-1969
    53 15
    Egypt Correspondence, 1944-1945, 1962-1963
    54 vol.
    Malaria in Egypt (Unpublished Manuscript), by J.A. Kerr, 1968
    54 1
    Haiti and Jamaica, 1963-1964
    54 2-3
    India, 1947, 1957-1965
    54 4-7
    Italy, 1945-1953, 1960-1969
    54 8
    Near East, 1963-1964
    54 9-10
    Southeast Asia, 1952-1968
    54 11
    Taiwan, 1957-1963
    54 12
    United States, 1962-1967
    55 1-2
    U.S.S.R., 1958-1961
    55
    Pan American Sanitary Bureau Reports and Meetings, 1965-1970
    55
    Changes in the Pattern of Mortality Following the Eradication of Hyperendemic Malaria from a Highly Susceptible Community, 1970
     
    WHO - Malaria Documents, 1950-1955, 1961-1962 [subseries]:
    55 3
    Drugs, 1962
    55 4-5
    Eradication, 1950-1955, 1961-1962
    55 6
    General, 1962
    55 7-8
    Insecticides, 1961-1962
    56 1
    Mosquitoes, 1962
    56 2
    Parasites, 1962
    56 3
    Drugs, 1963-1965
    56 4
    Drug Resistance, 1965
    56 5-8
    Eradication, 1963-1966
    56 9
    Fluorescent Antibodies, 1964-1966
    56 10-11
    General, 1963
    56 12
    Insecticides, 1963-1966
    56 13-14
    Mosquitoes, 1963-1966
    57 1
    Parasites, 1963-1966
    57 2
    Reintroduction, 1966
    57 3
    Drugs, 1966-1970
    57 4
    Drug Resistance, 1967-1970
    57 5
    Eradication, 1967-1973
    57 6
    Fluorescent Antibodies, 1967-1970
    57 7-8
    General, 1966-1971
    57 9
    Insecticides, 1967-1973
    57 10
    Mosquitoes, 1966-1971
    57 11-12
    Parasites, 1966-1970
    57 13
    Reintroduction, 1967-1968
     
    Collected malaria reprints, reports, monographs, etc. [subseries]:
    58 1-15
    Reprints, 1899-1964
    59 1-2
    Reprints, 1965-1968
    59 3-11
    Reports, 1954-1968
    59 12
    Reports, undated
    60
    Monograph Reprints, 1917-1945
    61
    Monograph Reprints, 1946-1958
    62-63
    Monograph Reprints, 1959-1970
    63 1-4
    Notes, 1943-1975
    63 5
    Notes, undated
    63 6-7
    Seminar on the Prevention of Reintroduction of Malaria, Nov. 1966
    63 8
    Newspaper Clippings, 1939, 1947, 1957-1965
    63 9
    Eradication Coordination Meetings, 1962-1963
    63 10
    Meetings, 1955, 1963-1966
    63 11
    Mosquito Photos and Maps, 1939-1941
    64 1-2
    Advisory Committee on Malaria Eradication, First Meeting [committee book], 31 Aug. 1965
    64 3
    Advisory Committee on Malaria Eradication, Second Meeting [committee book], 3 March 1969
     
    Malaria Survey - Use of DDT, 1943-1950 [subseries]:
    64 4
    Belgian Congo, 1948-1949
    64 5
    Brazil, 1947-1948
    64 6
    British Guiana, 1948
    64 7
    Central America, 1946-1950
    64 8-9
    Cyprus, 1946-1949
    64 10
    Dominican Republic, 1948
    64 11
    Greece, 1946-1948
    64 12-13
    India, 1946-1948
    64 14
    Italy, 1943-1948
    64 15
    South Africa, 1948
    65 1
    Venezuela, 1950
    65 2
    Countries A - M, 1948
    65 3
    Countries N - Ph, 1948
    65 4
    Countries Po - Z, 1948-1949
     
    Series 11: Typhus Research, 1942-1947, 1964-1975 [series]:
    65 5
    United States Typhus Commission, 1942-1947
    65 6
    General, 1964-1975
    65 7
    Algeria, 1943-1945
    65 8
    Egypt, 1943-1946
    65 9
    Iran and Mexico, 1943-1945
    65 10
    Italy (Manuscripts and Publications), 1943-1945, 1971
    65 11
    Minutes of Meetings, 1943-1944
     
    Naples, 1943-1945, 1965, 1975 [subseries]:
    65 12
    Part I, 1943-1944, 1975
    65 13
    Part II, 1944-1945, 1965
    65 14
    Delousing Service, 1943-1944
    66 1-2
    Typhus Fever in Naples - Report, 1943-1944
    66 3
    Typhus Commission - Correspondence and Notes, 1943-1945 [subseries]:
    Map drawer 6
    "Typhus in Naples," Life Magazine, Feb. 28, 1994
     
    Series 12: Cholera Research, 1950-1973 [series]:
    66 vol.
    SEATO Conference on Cholera, 1963
    66 vol.
    The Probable Role of the Hilsa Fish, Hilsa Ilisha (Ham) in Maintaining Cholera Endemicity in India, 1951
    66 vol.
    Report of the Joint Committee in Regard to Control and Eradication of Cholera, 1959
    66 4
    Correspondence, 1961-1970
    66 5-7
    Reports and Printed Matter, 1952, 1959-1968
    66 8
    First Meeting Directing Council, Pakistan - SEATO Research Lab, 1962
    66 9
    Yaws - Haiti, 1950, 1957, 1967-1973
    66 10
    International Health, 1954, 1964-1972
    66 vol.
    Pakistan-SEATO Cholera Research Laboratory Annual Progress Report, 1963
    66 11
    International Health - 2000 A.D. Paper, published by PASB, 1971-1972
    67 1
    American Public Health Association Section Committee on Disease Eradication Materials, 1963-1967, 1974
    67 2-4
    FLS - Notes on Eradication, 1963-1973
     
    Series 13: Miscellaneous Publications and Research Materials, 1932-1975 [series]:
    67 5-15
    Miscellaneous Publications, nos. 1-120, 1942-1966, 1975
    68 1-8
    Miscellaneous Publications, nos. 121-193, 1945-1947, 1956-1974
    68 9-17
    Reviews, nos. 1-46, 1964-1974
    69 1
    Baker Lecture, 1961
    69
    Monographs Collected by FLS, various subjects, 1935-1941, 1959-1964, 1971
    69 2
    Review of Mosquito Work Throughout the World, 1932-1948
    70
    Biographical Volumes, 1935-1945, 1952-1956, 1965-1966 [subseries]:
    70
    Finlay, Carlos J., 1935, 1952-1956, 1965-1966
    70
    Cruz, Osvaldo, 1937-1941
    70
    de Mendoca, Carlos C., 1940
    70
    Chagas, Carlos, 1944
    70
    Macedo, Jose M., 1945
    70
    Maneco, Ferreira, 1952
     
    Selected Monographs (secondary sources; some with FLS notes), 1907, 1928-1939, 1955, 1962-1973 [subseries]:
    71
    F.M. Burnet, Viruses and Man, 1955
    71
    Marcelo Silva Junior, Gustavo Lessa, Grande Vida-Exemplo, 1973
    71
    Miguel Sussina, Un Maestro Lato Sensu, 1972
    71
    Aidan Cockburn, M.D., The Evolution and Eradication of Infectious Diseases, 1963
    71
    Zeferino Merielles, Febre Amarella; Estudo Clinico, 1907
    71
    Oswaldo Cruz, Supplemento das Memorias Instituto, ca. 1928
    71
    Ministerio da Saude, Departmento Nacional de Endemias Rurais, Endemias Rurais, Metodos de Trabalho Adotados pelo DNERu, 1968
    71
    Smithburn, Durieux, Koerber, Penna, Dick, Coutois, de Souza Manso, Stuart, Bonnel, Yellow Fever Vaccination, 1956
    71
    C.B. Symes, et al, Insect Control in Public Health, 1962
    71
    Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana, Actas de la Novena Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, 1934
    71
    Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana, Actas de la Decima Conferencia Sanitaria Panamericana, 1939
     
    Series 14: Awards, Honors and Medals, 1928-1974 [series]:
    72
    Paraguay Simon Bolivar Medal, undated
    72
    Dominican Republic Merit Medal, undated
    72
    U.S. Typhus Commission Medal, 1945
    72
    Conference Medals, 1946-1947
    72
    Pasteur Institute Medal, undated
    72
    Pan American Sanitary Bureau Medal, 1959
    72
    Sedgwick Memorial Medal, 1966
    72
    Walter Reed Medal, 1972
    72
    Samuel J. Crumbine Medal, 1964
    72
    George Washington University Medal in Tropical Medicine, 1949
    72
    Pan American Medical Society Medal, undated
    73
    Rockefeller Foundation Medal, 1934
    73
    Johns Hopkins Mark V Medal, undated
    73
    Organizacion Panamericana de la Salud Consejo Directivo Medal, 1947
    73
    Conference Medals, 1946-1958
    73
    The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Fiftieth Anniversary Medal, 1953
    73
    32nd Degree Scottish Rite Freemason Medal, 1957
    73
    Johns Hopkins Associates Plaque, undated
    73
    Brazil Order of Medical Merit Medal, undated
    73
    The Johns Hopkins University Society of Scholars Medal, 1971
    73
    Brazil National Academy of Medicine Centenary Medal, 1929
    73
    Colombia Orden de Boyaca Medal, undated
    73
    Cuba Order of Carlos Finlay Medal, 1928
    73
    Masons Medals, undated
    73
    WHO Service Medal, 1965
    73
    Sedgwick Memorial Medal, 1966
    73
    Brazil National Academy of Medicine Medal, undated
    73
    University of Antioqua Medical Academy Yellow Fever Plaque, 1974
    73
    International Prize of Social Medicine, 1967
    74
    Lascarette Award, 1959
    Map drawer 6
    Certificates, Diplomas, Photographs
     
    Series 15: Audiovisual Materials, 1935-1938, 1948, 1967, 1973-1977 [series]:
    75
    Memorial Gathering for FLS [Audiocassette], 1977
    75
    Leon Bernard Foundation Prize Award Ceremony [Reel-to-Reel Audio Tape], 1967
    75
    FLS 80th Birthday Celebration [Reel-to-Reel Audio Tape], 1973
    75
    Glass photographic slides (Jungle Yellow Fever), 1935-1938, 1948, 1968
     
    Series 16: Volumes [series]:
    1-32
    Yellow Fever Reprints
    33-41
    International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation, Collected Papers on Yellow Fever
    42-46
    Collected Yellow Fever Papers
    47-56
    Miscellaneous Volumes on Yellow Fever
    57-64
    Manual of Instructions, National Yellow Fever Service of Brazil
    65-78
    Malaria Reprints
    79-87
    Miscellaneous Volumes on Malaria
    88-90
    Servico de Malaria do Nordeste, Manual de Administracao, parts 1-8
    91
    USA Typhus Commission; volume of collected reprints
    92-95
    Excerpts on Yellow Fever from Rockefeller Foundation
    96-98
    Bulletin of the Rockefeller Foundation (vols. 1-6)
    99-100
    Bulletin of the International Board of the Rockefeller Foundation
    101-109
    Miscellaneous Volumes on John D. Rockefeller and the Rockefeller Foundation
    110
    Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Reports of the Director, 1947-1951
    111
    The First 10 Years of the WHO, 1948-1957
    112
    The Second 10 Years of the WHO, 1958-1967
    113
    40 Years of Tropical Medicine Research, A History of the Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive Medicine
    114
    World Eradication of Infectious Diseases, by Harold E. Hinman