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History of Medicine Finding Aids

Calvin Walter Schwabe Papers 1944-1992
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Series III: Photographs, 1939 [series]:
 
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]
2 6
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]
2 6
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
2 6
Men such as the one shown are emplyed to distribute atebrine and quinine to the sick, undated
2 6
The principal means of transportataion in the dry sections of northeast Brazil, undated
2 6
"Servicio de Malaria do Nordeste," directed by the Rockefeller Foundation, undated
 
Yellow Fever Control Measures [subseries]:
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Waterfall north of Carangola, February, 1939
2 7
Dr. Silveira and Dr. Hoering in conference, February, 1939
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Typical mountain country near Carangola, February, 1939
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Train awaiting a track at Porciuncula, February, 1939
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A sprig of "fat grass", February, 1939
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Milk being delivered at Manhaussu, February, 1939
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Patent medicine poster, February, 1939
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An everyday scene in Manhuassu, February, 1939
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A poster on the door of a coffee mill, February, 1939
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Oxen pulling a cart, February, 1939
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Typical Laginha country, February, 1939
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Preparing to ford the Jose Pedro river, February, 1939
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Near Laghina, February, 1939
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The leading hotel of Laginha, February, 1939
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Kitchen staff of the Hotel Braga, February, 1939
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Kitchen of the Hotel Braga, February, 1939
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Delivering milk in Laginha, February, 1939
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Doctors Silveira and Musa instructing pharmacist in use of viscerotome, February, 1939
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A coffee-corn field near Laginha, February, 1939
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Doctors with horses, ready to proceed to next case, February, 1939
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Farming on mountainside, February, 1939
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Examining patient in the fifth day of yellow fever, February, 1939
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A typical view, February, 1939
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Doctors Musa, Silveira and Hargett, February, 1939
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Patient in the sixth day of yellow fever, February, 1939
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Delivering wood for the cook-stove in Laginha, February, 1939
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The Laginha road, February, 1939
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A few physicians of the medical staff enjoy a game at the noon hour, undated
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Doctor Servulo-Lima, director, of the Brazilian Yellow Fever Service, undated
2 8
The laboratory of the Brazilian Yellow Fever Service in Rio de Janeiro, undated
2 8
Doctor Henrique A. Penna, in charge of vaccine preparation, and his staff, undated
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Doctor Joao Soares da Silveira, Director of the "Central Region", undated
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Doctors Milton Pessoa de Mello and Manoel Ferreira Neves, undated
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Doctor Carlos Mourao Ratton, undated
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The chief inspector of Bello Horizonte, undated
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Some of the 57 house-to-house inspectors, undated
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Part of the mosquito control force lined up for their monthly pay, undated
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Employees of the control service getting paid, undated
2 8
Another view of the laboratory, undated
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Back porch of the Yellow Fever Service headquarters in Bello Horizonte, undated
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Entrance to the Yellow Fever Service headquarters in Bello Horizonte, undated
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A few of the cages harboring mice in the laboratory, undated
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Mouse cages are sterilized with cresol solution, undated
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Yellow fever vaccine is prepared in dust proof air-conditioned room, undated
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Sealing and labeling ampoules of vaccine, undated
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Eggshell cap cut loose by acetylene flame to remove embryo, undated
2 8
Removing infective embryos for vaccine preparation, undated
2 8
A sterile forcep for every embryo, undated
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Egg in position for cutting cap with flame, undated
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Filtration of vaccine is no longer practiced, undated
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Embryos are ground with glass balls and Alundun, undated
2 8
Transferring embryo-serum mixture to centrifuge bottles, undated
2 8
The finished vaccine, undated
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Filling ampoules with vaccine, undated
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Dragging rosewood logs out of the forest near Laginha, undated
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Friends and neighbors of Joao Carlos, undated
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Road repairs, undated
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The road from Laginha, undated
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A "Pau d'Arco" tree along the Jose Pedro river, undated
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Landemi Marmel in front of his home, undated
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Drawing blood from Landemi for virus isolation, undated
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The home of Landemi Marmel, undated
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A doorway in Landemi's home, undated
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Monkeys are common in forest near Landemi's home, undated
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Monkey jungle not far from where Landemi worked, undated
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Landemi holding his arm after blood was drawn, undated
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Near Landemi's home, undated
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Jungle near Landemi's home, undated
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Another view of Landemi's place, undated
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Another doorway of Landemi's home, undated
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Sebastiao Jose Sobeira ill in bed with yellow fever, undated
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Sebastiao's home, undated
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Jovelina Maria Ferreira, undated
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The home of Jovelina, undated
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Jungle near Jovelina's home, undated
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Forest cabin near Jovelina's home, undated
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Bringing Jovelina to the autopsy house, undated
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The autopsy house, undated
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Mosquito breeding near Jovelina's home, undated
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Capturing mosquitoes near Jovelina's place, undated
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Corn and coffee fields, undated
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Another view of Jovelina's home, undated
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A boy on trail near Jovelina's place, undated
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Jungle near Jovelina's home, undated
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Coffee mill serving as autopsy house, undated
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Bringing Ernesto to the coffee mill, undated
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Ernesto delivered to the coffee mill, undated
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A view near the coffee mill, undated
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Ernesto Cuiostomo Pampais, aged 13, undated
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Casket awaiting Ernesto, undated
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Bello Horizonte, undated
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Avenue in Bello Horizonte, undated
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Mailman in Bello Horizonte, undated
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Avenida Affonso Pena in Bello Horizonte, undated
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Delivering milk, undated
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One of many beautiful churches, undated
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Swimming pool, undated
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One of the many palms, undated
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A couple of boys at home, undated
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Birds in birdcages, undated
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Backyard of the Yellow Fever Service headquarters in Bello Horizonte, undated
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Aedes Aegypti search squad, undated
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Equipment carried by house-to-house inspectors, undated
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District map on the wall of a district headquarters, undated
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Flag of the district inspector at the gate, undated
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House with notices posted by inspector, undated
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Block numbers stenciled for service employees, undated
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Examining a grease trap, undated
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Culex breeding in a water trough, undated
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A special water container made of clay, undated
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Pile of scrap metal, undated
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Clay water jug typical in Brazil, undated
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Water containers often found in houses, undated
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Birdcages, undated
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Typical backyard scene in a better class home, undated
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Inspecting a hole in a papaya tree for breeding, undated
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Building under construction, undated
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Pool of water in the base of a tree, undated
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Concrete wash tub, undated
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Rubbers found in yard, undated
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Inspector breaking holes in a basin, undated
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Stone wall, a hideout for scorpions, undated
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Bamboo stumps are often breeding grounds, undated
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Inspector pouring oil in to a grease trap, undated
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Posting a notice on an uninhabited house, undated
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Sampling a stegomyia focus, undated
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A toilet flush box, undated
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Toilet sealed with old paper and oil, undated
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Sealed water tank, undated
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Oil used to end culex focus in bathtub, undated
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Two water tanks, undated
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A typical scene, undated
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Pool of water unsuitable for stegomyia but favorable for culex, undated
2 10
Tank of anti-larvivirous minnows, undated
2 10
Catch-basin sprayed to control stegomyia and culex breeding, undated
2 10
Vases and urns filled with sand at cemetery, undated
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Moist sand supports flowers and plants, undated
2 10
Standard method of carrying ship's water, undated
2 10
Boat loaded with coconuts, undated
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Bucket dredge on ship not in use, undated
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Typical Brazilian coaster, undated
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Inspecting rainwater collections for breeding, undated
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Inspecting a barge just after a rain, undated
2 10
Boats with produce coming to market, undated
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Inspector on horse, undated
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Farmhouse in Lagoa de Arroz, Ceara, undated
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Typical well in the country, undated
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Searching for country stegomyia, undated
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Standard means of water storage, undated
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Dry dung kept handy for anti-mosquito smudge making, undated
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[untitled], undated
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Special inspector and his helper, undated
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Draining the juice from a papaya tree, undated
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Trash found by inspectors hidden in lot, undated
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Sewer line man-hole, undated
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Typical vacant lot, undated
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Searching for hidden foci, undated
2 10
Trash perforated and buried by hidden foci squad, undated
2 10
Equipment carried by a capture inspector, undated
2 10
Capture inspector at work, undated
2 10
Zone Inspector Joaquim Janaurio de Souza, undated
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Lantern slides box indexes, undated
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Lantern slides (2 boxes), undated