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Faye Glenn Abdellah Papers 1952-2004
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Malaria, Brazil [subseries]:
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Doctor Castro examining for splenomegaly, May, 1939
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Bar and sign halting motorists from the A. gambiae area, May, 1939
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A few "Gambiae doctors" and friends, June, 1939
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The Potengy river near Natal, R.G.N., June, 1939
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The Pirangy river, June, 1939
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Doctor M. A. Barber in Aracaty, Ceara, June, 1939
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167 Anopheles gambiae and 21 culex recovered from mud house, July 5, 1939
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Joao Gomes, aged 10 years, ill with malaria and kala azar, July 6, 1939
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Joao Gomes, improving under treatment, [July 6, 1939]
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The home of Joao in the caranuba forest, [July 6, 1939]
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Typical A. gambiae infested village of the sertao, July, 1939
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The Jagauribe river at Iguatu, Ceara, July, 1939
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Pools in the bed of the Banabuihu river in Ceara, July, 1939
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Measuring out paris green, July, 1939
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A. gambiae breeding places, 1939
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A puddle breeding A. gambiae, 1939
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Pool in the bed of the Potengy river, 1939
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A. gambiae love these open small pools, 1939
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Additional stagnant pools in the bed of the Potengy river, 1939
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The heat of the sun does not elevate the water temperature sufficiently. . ., 1939
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Water will disappear later in the dry season, 1939
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A muddy pool remaining in creek bottom near Russos, Ceara, 1939
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Seepage water commonly creates ideal breeding places, 1939
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Shaded pool in the caranuba forest near Russos, Ceara, which supported A. gambiae, 1939
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Ferry landing at Aracaty, Ceara, showing the Jarauribe river, 1939
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Dusting a pond with paris green to destroy possible breeding, 1939
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A paris green duster with dermatitis caused by contact with chemical, [1939]
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The feet of the same man as above, [1939]
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Doctor Barber searching for larvae, [1939]
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Doctor Barber dusting water containing Anopheline larvae with paris green in a special demonstration, 1939
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Doctor Barber drinking the water after dusting with paris green, [1939]
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Cars and trucks coming from A. gambiae area undergo disinfestations, [1939]
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Ready to commence spraying with pyrethrum-kerosene mixture, [1939]
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Doctors Wilson and Damasceno inspecting hut, [1939]
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Cars and trucks are thoroughly sprayed inside and out, [1939]
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Pump and sprayer are employed for boat and house work, [1939]
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An average six room adobe hut is sprayed for ten minutes, [1939]
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Two autos of the anti-gambiae service in Rio Grande de Norte, undated
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Home of the anti-gambiae laboratory in Aracaty, Ceara, undated
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Two typical boys of the gambiae country, undated
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Typical adobe hut of the gambaie country, undated
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Typical A. gambiae infested village in the caranuba section, undated
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A case of A. gambiae malaria, undated
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Taking a blood smear in Lagoa de Arroz, undated
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Men such as the one shown are emplyed to distribute atebrine and quinine to the sick, undated
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The principal means of transportataion in the dry sections of northeast Brazil, undated
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"Servicio de Malaria do Nordeste," directed by the Rockefeller Foundation, undated