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Edward Robinson Baldwin Papers 1895-1933
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Chiefly correspondence; some articles, translations, and printed matter. Correspondence is with physicians and pertains to tuberculin diagnoses and treatment. Correspondents include John F. Anderson, D. M. Appel, Walter C. Bailey, Vincent Y. Bowditch, Lawrason Brown, Harold W. Dana, E.A. de Schweinitz, S.H. Gilliland, Walter A. Griffin, Reid Hunt, Theodore Janeway, Herbert Maxon King, Arnold Knapp, Robert Koch, Walter Leich, John E. Loveland, George Mannheimer, Charles E. North, Edwards A. Park, H.D. Pease, Theobald Smith, and Henry F. Stoll. Contains translations of "Further examinations of the proteins of the tuberculin," by Kuhne, and "Some observations on tuberculosis and especially upon toxic properties of its bacillus," by Sergio Pansini.

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