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Title: Michael Heidelberger Papers
Creator: Heidelberger, Michael, b. 1888
Dates: 1901-1990 (bulk 1940-1975)
Extent: 22 linear feet (38 boxes)
Abstract:Michael Heidelberger (1888-1991) is known as one of the founders of quantitative immunochemistry, and in the course of his career studied, among others, bacterial polysaccharides (particularly pneumococcal), as well as the immunochemistry of proteins, antibodies, and antigens. The papers deal primarily with Heidelberger's career as a teacher, researcher, and active member of the scientific community.
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Title: Earle Milford Rice Papers
Creator: Rice, Earle Milford, 1891-
Dates: 1926-1941
Extent: 0.63 linear feet (2 boxes)
Abstract:Maps, graphs, charts, reprints, and photographs documenting Rice's cholera and malaria research in India during the 1930s. Also included are some biographical material and clippings relating to his work in South Carolina.
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Title: Henry Rose Carter Papers
Creator: Carter, Henry Rose, 1852-1925
Dates: 1899-1968
Extent: 0.42 linear feet (2 boxes)
Abstract:Primarily reprints of articles by Carter and others on the epidemiology of yellow fever and malaria. Also contains some correspondence and notes.
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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.
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Title: Louis L. Williams Papers
Creator: Williams, Louis Laval, 1889-1967
Dates: 1910-1970
Extent: 9.2 linear feet (21 boxes + 5 oversize items)
Abstract:Correspondence, photos and slides, reports, notes, reprints, and printed matter. Material pertains chiefly to the study and control of malaria, particularly in China, India, Puerto Rico, and U.S. military camps.
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Title: Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive Medicine Records
Creator: Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive Medicine
Dates: 1899-1992
Extent: 43.75 linear feet (48 boxes + oversize)
Abstract:The Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive Medicine, Incorporated (GMITP) was founded in 1921 and was named after William C. Gorgas. Gorgas was a U.S. Surgeon General and was known throughout the world as the conqueror of the mosquito and the malaria and yellow fever it transmits. His pioneer efforts in halting an epidemic of yellow fever enabled the United States to complete the Panama Canal. Its mission was to create a health education program to train researchers in tropical health, disease, and medicine and to establish a research institute focusing on tropical and preventative medicine in Panama.
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Title: Mason V. Hargett Papers
Creator: Hargett, Mason V.
Dates: 1932-1986 (bulk 1938-1946)
Extent: 3.75 linear feet (4 boxes)
Abstract:Mason V. Hargett contributed greatly to the field of tropical medicine with his work on the yellow fever vaccine, first with the Rockefeller Foundation in Brazil and then at the USPHS Rocky Mountain Laboratory in Montana. Hargett's research facilitated the introduction of a yellow fever vaccine produced without human serum.
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Title: Wilbur A. Sawyer Papers
Creator: Sawyer, Wilbur A. (Wilbur Augustus), 1879-1951
Dates: 1879-1995
Extent: 4.2 linear feet
Abstract:Sawyer is best known for his role in developing a vaccine for yellow fever and working to eradicate the disease as a public health threat whle working for the Rockefeller Foundation's West Africa Yellow Fever Commission.
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Title: Eugene P. Campbell Papers
Creator: Campbell, Eugene Paul, 1907-
Dates: 1941-1986
Extent: 6.9 linear feet (7 boxes and 36 volumes)
Abstract:Dr. Campbell earned a M.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1933 and a master's in public health from the Pennsylvania School of Public Health in 1942. When the Second World War broke out, he was teaching epidemiology there and wanting to contribute to the war effort, he went to work for the fledgling Institute of Inter-American Affairs (IIAA). The papers date from the 1940s to the 1970s and consist of Campbell's journals and their accompanying photographs, correspondence, reports and papers, and subject files, the bulk of which consists of bound volumes.
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Title: Wojciech Antoni "Al" Krotoski papers
Creator: Krotoski, Wojciech A.
Extent: Extent: 13.9 Linear Feet (12 boxes)
Abstract: Personal papers related to career PHS Officer Krotoski's research on malaria and other tropical diseases, primarily from his duty station at National Hansen's Disease Center in Carville, La., especially his work on the discovery of the hypnozoite form of malaria in 1980. Contents include photomicroscopy slides/prints with accompanying lab notebook inventory; travel and teaching slides esp. from foreign research projects in China, Marshall Islands; publication files; research and administrative correspondence; conference presentations; research subject files.
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