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Lamport, Harold, 1908-1975 / [1925-1979] Title: Harold Lamport Papers 1925-1979
Abstract: Correspondence, laboratory notebooks, research manuscripts, reprints, reports, aviation industry publications, photographs, slides, newsclippings, and artifacts document the distinguished medical research career of Harold Lamport, best known for his groundbreaking work in hemodynamics and the improvement of antigravity flight suits, iron lung devices, and high-frequency sound wave devices for fragmenting kidney and gall stones.
Latimer, Thomas S. (Thomas Sargent), 1839-1906 / [1861-1900] Title: Private and official papers of U.S. Army and Confederate Army medical officers: Thomas S. Latimer 1861-1900
Abstract: The collection combines official documents and correspondence relating to certain Union and Confederate surgeons during the Civil War (1861-65), the immediate post-war period (1866), and the Spanish- American War (1898).
Lawrence, Pope A. / [1924-1983] Title: Pope A. Lawrence Papers 1924-1983
Abstract: The collection documents the varied research and policy-making career of this environmental health specialist with the U.S. Department of Heath, Education and Welfare and the Public Health Service. His papers contain a wealth of primary source research materials and scientific data related to: environmental and industrial hygiene; radon activity; use of beryllium as a rocket propellant; uranium mining; and toxicological, biological and chemical weapon systems.
Lawson, George B., 1879- / [1915-1931] Title: George B. Lawson papers 1915-1931
Abstract: Contains a draft paper on yellow fever by Lawson with annotations by Robert P. Cooke; reprint of "The inside history of a great medical discovery," by Aristides Agramonte (1915), with signed note by the author; and letters written to Lawson by Mrs. Warren G. Jernegan. Warren G. Jernegan was a volunteer in the yellow fever experiments in Cuba.