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Louis L. Williams Papers 1910-1970
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Box | Folder Title
 
Series 1: Personal and Biographical, 1916-1960s [series]:
1
Photos of colleagues (3 white envelopes)
1
Photos and Biographical Data, J.A.A. LePrince
1
Meetings, group photographs, 1929-1964
1
Photographs of L.L. Williams, 1916-1950s
Map Drawer 12 3
L.L. Williams publicity headshot
1
Biographical Data
1
Obituaries and memorials
Map Drawer 12 1
Diplomas, certificates, and awards
Map Drawer 12 2
Clippings and articles
 
Series 2: Correspondence, 1927-1962 [series]:
1
1927-1930
1
1938-1941
1
1942
1
1943
1
1944-1945
1
1946-1952
1
1953-1956
1
1957-1958
1
1959-1962
 
Series 3: Gorgas Memorial Institute, 1941-1970 [series]:
1
Gorgas Memorial Institute, 1954-1960
1
Correspondence, 1963-1967; 1970
1
Draft Prepared For Board of Consultants, Bureau of Malaria, First Meeting, August 23, 1941
1
Gorgas Memorial Institute
1
Gorgas Memorial Institute, 1961
1
Gorgas Memorial Institute, 1962
1
Gorgas Memorial Institute, 1963
1
Congressional Record Proceedings and Debates of the 88th Congress, Second Session, January 28, 1964
1
Gorgas Memorial Institute, 1964
1
Gorgas Memorial Institute (2 folders), 1965
1
Gorgas Memorial Institute, 1966
2
Tropical Medicine Association of Washington
2
Tropical Medicine Association of Washington Membership, 1956-1959
2
Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1955
 
Series 4: Reprints and Lectures, 1921-1964 [series]:
2
Examination Questions
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1921-1929
2
Papers-Index (Nos. 1-5), 1936
2
Papers-Index (Nos. 6-8), 1934-1935
2
Papers-Index (Nos. 9-13), 1931-32
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1931-1940
2
Reprints, lectures, etc. (2 folders), 1941
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1941-1942
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1943
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1944-1945
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1946-1948
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1950-1954
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1954
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1955-1957
2
Reprints, lectures, etc., 1960-1964
2
Drafts and outlines (4 folders)
2
Lecture notes (4 folders)
2
Lecture note cards (4 white envelopes)
2
Experiment on Malaria Treatment with Atabrine, Plasmochine and Quinine at Catano, Puerto Rico, August 1937
 
Series 5: Field Research, 1913-1942 [series]:
 
California [subseries]:
12
California, 80-82 (photograph prints), 1937
12
California, 83-85 (photograph prints), 1937
12
California, enlargements (2 folders) (photograph prints), 1937
 
Puerto Rico [subseries]:
12
Puerto Rico 104-112 (photograph prints) (9 folders), 1938
12
Without numbers (Puerto Rico; Florida?) (photograph prints), 1938
 
China [subseries]:
3
China (Correspondence -- Ferrell), Diary of Dr. Sweet, 1940
3
China (Correspondence -- Lindsay, Sweet, Balfour), 1939-1940
3
China (Correspondence), 1939-1940
3
China -- Chefang (Correspondence), 1940
3
China (Correspondence), 1940
3
Malaria Work, 1941
3
Dr. Yen Correspondence, 1939-1940
3
China (Correspondence -- Balfour, Telfer, Yen), 1939-1940
3
H. J. Bush -- Correspondence, 1939-1940
3
China (Correspondence), 1941
3
China (Correspondence), 1941-1942
3
China (Surveys, Articles), 1934-1940
3
China (Lab. Notes), 1939-1940
3
China (Reprints)
3
Surveys and Reports (3 folders)
3
Official Papers, 1939
3
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine, January 1941, Vol. 21, No. 1
3
Lecture Malaria on the Burma Road
3
Clippings
3
Report To Surgeon General -- China Trip, 1939-1940
3
China -- Burma (Correspondence -- Parran), 1939-1940
3
China (Travel Orders, Miscellaneous), 1940
3
China (Maps, etc.), (2 folders)
3
China (Invitations, etc.)
3
China -- Burma -- Lecture (Malaria)
3
Department of State, Washington, DC, (Enclosure), 1941
4
China (Malaria Research Center letter copy book), 1939-1940
4
China (accounts book; diary pages), October 1939
4
China photographs (10 white envelopes)
 
India, League of Nations Malaria Commission, 1929 [subseries]:
4
India (Clippings)
4
India (Invitations, Etc.)
4
India photographs (2 envelopes)
4
Outline tour programme of Malaria Commission, League of Nations, during their visit to India (version 1), 1929-1930
4
Outline tour programme of Malaria Commission, League of Nations, during their visit to India (version 2), 1929-1930
4
"Call from a remote village, to the members of the League of Nations' Malaria Comission", Nov. 1, 1929
4
"The story of the mosquito", by B.S. Chalam, 1929
4
India (travel diary), 1929
4
Report on Certain Features of Malaria in the Island of Salsette by Major J. L. Marjoribanks, M.D., D.P.H., I.M.S., Deputy Sanitary Commissioner, Western Registration Districs, Bombay, 1913
4
India (Essay; Correspondence)
4
League of Nations, Health Organization, Malaria Commission, note on malaria research and prevention in India, 1929
4
Bombay tour programme, reports, general program information, 1929
4
Bombay inspections arranged for the Malaria Commission (schedule, notes, reports, data forms), 1929
4
Report of the Bhamo Malaria Committee, 1929
Map Drawer 12 4
Map of India with Williams' handwritten travel course outline for his Malaria Commission tour, 1929
Map Drawer 12 4
League of Nations Lettre de Mission (certificate), 1929
Map Drawer 12 4
Malaria Commission welcome message, Commissioners of the Birnagar Municipality, Bengal (broadside), 1929
Map Drawer 12 4
Anti-malaria control efforts letters and reports, Director of Public health, United Provinces, India (broadside), 1928
 
Series 6: Larvicide Programs, 1941-1942 [series]:
5
WPA Larvicide Program correspondence (6 folders)
5
State Programs [subseries]:
5
Alabama
5
Arkansas
5
Florida (3 folders)
5
Georgia (4 folders)
5
Louisiana (2 folders)
5
Mississippi
5
North Carolina
5
South Carolina
5
Tennessee
5
Texas
5
Larvicide -- (Meeting Atlanta)
5
Santee-Cooper (2 folders)
5
Photo prints - Santee-Cooper, June 1942
5
Photo prints -- Pinopolis Basin, June 1942
5
Extended Malaria Control
 
Series 7: Malaria Control in War Areas program, 1942-47 [series]:
6
PHS Malaria Control in War Areas Medical Director correspondence (3 folders), 1942
6
War area etc. erradication programs notes, articles, etc. (4 folders), 1942-1943
6
General erradication programs articles, 1946-1947
6
Malaria Control in War Areas, Federal Security Agency, U.S. Public Health Service, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942
6
Malaria Control in War Areas, Federal Security Agency, U.S. Public Health Service, Atlanta, Georgia, 1943-1944
6
Reprints, A Case of Falciparum Malaria"
6
Malaria Control in War Areas correspondence (5 folders)
6
Treatment of Malaria (3 folders)
6
Malaria in Army Camps and Blood Survey in War Areas
6
Malariometry
6
Malaria Investigations -- Memphis, Tennessee (2 folders)
6
District Offices
6
Handbook of DDT Residual Spray Operations, Malaria Control in War Areas, The Extended Malaria Control Program, Federal Security Agency, U.S. Public Health Service, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1945. Public Health Engineering Abstracts, November 1945 Vol. XXV, No. 11.
6
DDT Material (6 folders)
6
Impounded Water (2 folders)
6
Impounded Water, Photos (white envelope)
6
Manual For The Microscopical Diagnosis of Malaria In Man -- Aimee Wilcox (2 folders)
 
Series 8: Subject Files and Research Articles, 1910-1958 [series]:
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Studies of Malaria in Panama by Walter V. Brem, M.D., Proc. Canal Zone Med. Assoc., Mount Hope, C.A. 3 (prt.1):7-28, 1910.
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A Review of the Malaria Incidence on The Canal Zone, by Henry Hanson, A.M., M.D.
7
Tropical Medicine and Hygiene News, Official Bulletin of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Editor William B. DeWitt, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda 14, Maryland, Vol. 13, Febuary 1964, No. 1.
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Tropical Medicine and Hygiene News, Official Bulletin of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Editor Colvin L. Gibson, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, Vol. 15, December 1966, No. 6.
7
Malaria in the Upper Mississippi Valley, Bull. Hist. Med. (supp. 4): p. 1-142, 1945.
7
Manual for the Microscopic Diagnosis of Malaria, Second Edition, Pan American Health Organization, Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Regional Office of the World Health Organization, 1963.
7
Clinical Excerpts, Vol. 15, 1941, No. 2.
7
Malaria Lessons on its Cause and Prevention for Use in Schools, by H. R. Carter, Senior Surgeon, United Public Health Service, Supplement No. 18, to the Public Health Report, (Revised by Med. Dir. L. L. Williams, Jr., June 28, 1943.
7
U.S. Treasury Department Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Secretary, Public Health Service, Thomas Parran, Surgeon General, A Guide to the Identification of the Common Mosquitoes of the Southeastern United States, by W. H. W. Komp Sanitary Engineer, United States Public Health Service, Reprint No. 836, From the Public Health Reports Vol. 38, No. 20, May 13, 1923 (Pages 1061-1080) (Revised 1936).
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Population Bulletin, Population Reference Bureau, Inc., Vol. XIV, March 1958, No. 1.
7
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Lines, Malaria Control, A Demonstration of its Value to Railroads Based on Experience of the St. Louis Southwestern Railway Lines, 1917-1920.
7
Manual for the Microscopical Diagnosis of Malaria in Man, by Aimee Wilcox, National Institutes of Health, Bulletin No. 180, Second Edition, Federal Security Agency, Public Health Service, Second Edition, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington,DC, 1946 (2).
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Manual for the Microscopical Diagnosis of Malaria in Man, by Aimee Wilcox, National Institutes of Health, Bulletin No. 180 (Revised), Second Edition, Federal Security Agency, Public Health Service, Second Edition, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington,DC, 1950.
7
Manual for the Microscopical Diagnosis of Malaria in Man, by Aimee Wilcox, Laboratory of Parasite Chemotherapy, National Instituteof Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, 14, Maryland U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, U.S. Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1960 Edition.
7
The Rockefeller Foundation A Review for 1943, by Raymond B. Fosdick, President of the Foundation, New York, 1944.
7
Guide for the Reports on the Aedes aegypti Eradication Campaign in theAmericas, Miscellaneous Publications, No. 49, Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Regional Office of the World Health Organization, Washington, D.C., 1960.
7
A Guide to the Identification of the Common Mosquitoes of theSoutheastern United States, by W. H. W. Komp, Reprint No. 836,From the Public Health Reports, Vol. 38, No. 20, May 18, 1923,Pages 1061-1080, (Revised 1941).
7
Manual for the Microscopical Diagnosis of Malaria in Man, 1960 Edition, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service
7
Yellow Fever in the Caribbean, by Dr. Fred L. Soper, Reprint from the Bulletin of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Vol. 32, No. 3, March, 1952
7
Bates, John Pelham. A Review of a Clinical Study of Malarial Fewer inPanama. The Journal of Tropical Medicine and History (London).No. 14, Vol XVI.
7
Editorials, Vol. X, NO. 4, Southern Medical Journal, 1917.
7
White Indians Psycholigical and Physiological Peculiarties of White Children Abducted and Reared by North American Indians, Erwin H. Ackerknecht.
7
An Outbreak of Malaria in California, 1952-1953, Rosemary Brunetti,Roy F. Fritz and Arthur C. Hollister, Jr., Bureau of Acute,Communicable Diseases, California State Department of PublicHealth, Berkeley, California, and Communicable Disease Center,Public Health Service, Atlanta, Georgia; Reprinted from AmericanJournal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Vol 3, No. 5,September, 1954.
7
Malaria and Socio-Economic Conditions in Mississippi, William B. Brierly, Washington, D.C., Repritned from Social Forces, Vol. 23, No. 4, May, 1945.
7
Criteria of Malaria Eradication, Reprinted from Journal of the NationalMalaria Society, Vol. 10, No. 2, June, 1951, pp. 195-196.
7
The Fielding H. Garrison Lecture, Some Observations on Disease inPrehistoric North America, Saul Jarcho, [ Reprinted from Bulletinof the History of Medicine, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1, January-February, 1964]
7
Synoptic Epidemiological Studies of Malaria in El Salvador*, Rene G.Rachou, Gerald Lyons, Milton Moura-Lima, and J. Austin Kerr,Malaria Eradication Branch, Pan American Health Organization,Washington, D.C., Reprinted from American Journal of TropicalMedicine and Hygiene, Vol. 14, No. 1 pp. 1-62, January, 196
7
Cockroaches as Carriers of Giardia Cysts, Reprinted from The Journal ofParasitoilogy, February, 1937, Vol. 23, No. 1, pages 102-103.
7
The Malaria Control Program of the U.S. Public Health Service, Stanley B. Freeborn, Sr. Surgeon U.S. Public Health Service, Reprinted November 18, 1944 from Journal of Economic Entomology 37:\(4):467.
7
Some Epidemiological Characteristics of Malaria in North American AsDetermined by Data Collected Over The Twenty-Year Period1923-1942 by Robert Briggs Watson and Margaret E. Rice (Received for publication December 29th, 1943), Reprinted from The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 40, No. 2, 199-208, September, 1944.
7
Malaria Control at Lake Vera, California, In 1952-1953, Russell E.Fontaine, Harold F. Gray and Theodore Aarons, Bureau of Vector Control, California State Department of Public Health, and Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District, Reprinted from American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Vol. 3, No. 5, September, 1954.
7
Report and Recommendations on Malaria: A Summary*, International Cooperation Administration Expert Panel on Malaria, Reprinted from American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Vol.10, No. 4, pp. 451-502, July, 1961.
7
A Malaria Reconnaissance of the State of Veracruz, Mexico, Jose BustosCastellanos, Lazaro Cerdan Murrieta, Guenther Lassman, andCarmen Ortiz, Reprinted from The American Journal of TropicalMedicine, Vol. 29, No. 1, January, 1949.
7
The Malaria Control Program of the U.S. Public Health Service, StanleyB. Freeborn, Sr. Surgeon U.S. Public Health Service, JointMeeting-American Association Economic Entomologists andEntomological Society of American, Columbus, Ohio, Dec 7, 1943.
7
Effects of Oxygen At Different Pressures on Avian Malaria Infections,Reprinted from The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 34, No. 1,Sec. C, 14-17, July, 1941.
7
Further Studies of Hydroxyethlapocupreine Against Bird Malaria,Reprinted from The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 34, No. 2,Sec. C, 132-139, September, 1941.
7
Mutual Interests of Wildlife Conservation and Malaria Control onImpounded Waters, A. H. Wiebe and A. D. Hess, Tennessee, andWilson Dam, Alabama, Reprinted from The Journal of WildlifeManagement, Vol. 8, October, 1944.
7
Transmission of Malaria Parasites (Plasmodium Cathemerium) From Canaries and Ducks to Fowls, and Their Modification, Reprinted from The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 34, No. 1, Sec. C, 40-46, July, 1941.
7
An Experimentally Derived Method for Determining The Degree of Infection in Avian Malaria, Harry Beckman, From the Department of Pharmacology, Marquette University School of Medicine,Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Reprinted from The American Journal of Tropical Medicine, Vol. 21, No. 1, January 1941.
7
Experimental Attempts To Infect Man With Avian Malaria, by Sol B. McLendon, (Received for publication June 15th, 1942), Reprinted The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 37, No. 1, 19-20, January, 1943
7
Studies on Induced Quartan Malaria in Negro Paretics, 1. PeriodicPhenomena of the Asexual Cycle by Martin D. Young, Trawick H.Stubbs and G. Robert Coatney, (Received for publicationNovember 14th, 1939) Reprinted from The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 31, NO. 2, Sec. C, 51-59, March, 1940.
7
Studies on Haemoproteus Sacharovi of Mourning Doves and Pgeons, withNotes on H. Maccallumi by G. Robert Coatney and Evaline West, (Received for publications June 20th, 1939), Reprinted from The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 31, No. 1, Sec C, 9-14, January 1940.
7
Mammalian Toxoplasma in Erythrocytes of Canaries, Ducks, and Duck Embryos, Fruma Wolfson, From the Department of Protozoology, School of Hygience and Public Health, the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, received for publication, February 4, 1941, Reprinted from The American Journal of Tropical Medicine, Vol. 21, No. 5, September, 1941.
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Erythrocyte Counts and Hemoglobin Concentration in Normal Female Canaries, Martin D. Young, Department of Protozoology, School of Hygiene and Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University, Reprinted from The Journal of Parasitology, August, 1937, Vol. 23, No. 4, pages 424-426.
7
The Effect of Colchicine on Bird Malaria, Reprinted from The Journal of Parasitology, October 1939, Vol. XXV, No. 5, pages 446-447.
7
Some Blood Parasites from Montana Birds, Reprinted from The Journal of Parasitology, April 1940, Vol. 26, No. 2, pages 158-160.
7
Studies on Plasmodium Relictum in the Pigeon. I. Periodic Phenomena of the Asexual Cycle by G. Robert Coatney (Received for publication June 26th, 1939), Reprinted from The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 31, No., 1, Sec. C, 15-18, January, 1940.
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Course of Infections with the 3H2 Strain of Plasmodium cathemerium in Canaries. Harry Beckman. From the Department of Pharmacology, Marquette University School of Medicine, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, reprinted from Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1942, 50, 90.
7
Exo-Erythrocytic Schizogony Associated with the Wood-Thrush Strain of Plasmodium Cathemerium in Relation to the Species of the Host by Fruma Wolfson, (Received for publicatin August 31st, 1939).
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Morphological Differences in Plasmodium Relictum in Canaries and Ducks (An as Busch as Domentica), Reprinted from The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 30, No. 3, Sec. C, 123-124, November 1939
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Successful Cultivation of Avian Plasmodia in Duck Embryos by Fruma Wolfson, Reprinted from The American Journal of Hygiene, Vol. 32, No. 2, Sec. C, 60-61, September, 1940.
7
Immunity to Superinfection with Sporozoites in Two Strains of Plasmodium Cathemerium, Reprinted from The Journal of Parasitology, December, 1939, Vol. 25, No. 6, pages 510-511. Publications of the National Institues of Health Laboratory, Columbia, South Carolina, Volume I, 1931-1950
7
Methods of Controlling Mosquitoes and Malaria Prepared by: The Staff of the Section of Malaria Investigations, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Public Health Service.
7
Mosquitoes, Malaria and the War In the Pacific by Edward Philpot Mumford, Oxford University and Stanford University, Reprinted from Science, August 28, 1942, Vol. 96, No. 2487, pages 191-194.
7
The Eradication of Malaria, E.J. Pampana, M.D., D.T.M. & H., Reprinted from Journal of the American Medical Womens Association, Vol. 7, No. 7, July 1952.
7
Malarious Area of the United States 1882, 1912, 1932, 1934-1935. Bruce-Chwatt, O.B.E., M.D., M.P.H., D.T.M. & H. (Malaria Service, Medical Department, Nigeria British West Africa). Reprinted from the British Medical Journal, January 23, 1954, vol. I, p. 169.
7
Problems of Malaria Control in Tropical Africa by Leonard J. Bruce-Chwatt, O.B.E., M.D., M.P.H., D.T.M.&H. (Malaria Service, Medical Department, Nigeria British West Africa). Reprinted from the British Medical Journal, January 23, 1954, vol. I, p. 169.
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Plasmodium vivas Transmitted from Man to Monkey to Man, Martin D. Young, James A. Porter, Jr., Carl M. Johnson, Reprinted from Science, August 26, 1966, Vol. 153, No. 3739, pages 1006-1007.
7
Communicable Disease Center Malaria Surveillance. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, 1964 Annual Summary.
7
Communicable Disease Center Malaria Surveillance. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, 1965 Annual Summary.
7
Bulletin Communicable Disease Center, July, August, September 1946. Federal Security Agency, U.S. Public Health Service, Atlanta, GA.
7
Bulletin Communicable Disease Center, July, August, September 1947. Federal Security Agency, U.S. Public Health Service, Atlanta, GA.
7
Journal of the National Malaria Society, Vol. 10, No. 2, June, 1951.
7
The Present Status of the Anti-Malarial Drugs Cholorquine, Pyrimethamine (Daraprim), and Primaquine by G. Robert Coatney, Ph.D., Reprinted from Industry and Tropical Health, Second Conference, ca, 1953.
7
Sparta Child Health Demonstration A Review of the Organization, Plans, Activities, and Accomplishments by T.F. Abercrombie,.D.,Director, Georgia Department of Public Health. (Read at the Sixth District Medical Society, July 26, 1941, Sparta, GA.
7
Eoornis Pterovelox Gobiensis, Augustus C. Fotheringham. London, The Buighleigh Press, 1928.
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Malaria Reprints Issued from Field Headquarters, Investigations of Malaria, United States Public Health Service, Wash, DC, Vol. I Book I Reprints #105-717, 1914-1935
8
Malaria Reprints Issued from Field Headquarters, Investigations of Malaria, United States Public Health Service, Wash, DC, Vol. I Book II Reprints #736-1709, 1914-1935
9
1957 Annual Report Dieldron Study Project, Compiled by Travis E. McNeel, 1957
9
Final Report, Dieldron Study Project, Compiled by Travis E. McNeel (2 folders), 1956-1958
8
Dieldron study slides, 1957-1958
9
Dieldron study, description [item list] of transparencies taken illustrating phases of the work
 
Series 8: Photographs, 1917-1942 [series]:
9
Photograph album, Millington, Tennessee (flood control operation), 1917-1918
9
Leica contact sheets rolls nos. 32, 63, 21, 68, 90, 107, 133, 75, 26, 53, 67, 55, 97, 156, 155, 110, 109, 104-106, 11, 3, 1, 98, 94, 25, 24, 31, 93, 54, 108, 158-187. Includes photos of family, office staff, work travel, 1933-1940
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Puerto Rico, Negatives 111-113 (3 white envelopes), 1938
10
China-Burma highway lectures slides 1-117 (glass lantern slides, 3 negative cans, misc. Chinese business cards) (housed in blue box)
10
Burma Road negatives (3 rolls)
10
Burma Road negatives (red box)
10
Indo China railroad scenes negatives (1 roll)
10
White Negative Sleeves
10
India 1A-65, 73-100, 102-127 (individually sleeved negatives)
10
India, miscellaneous loose negatives
10
Negatives, India
10
Pinopolis area negatives (1 roll)
10
Leica roll 157 (China)
11
China, Burma Road (photograph prints), Box 4, (3 white envelopes)
12
China notes, Box 4 (2 ring notebooks)
11
Photos (Miscellaneous) (Ship Island; Macon, Ga.; Florida)
11
Index to slides for various lectures
11
Index to Lantern Slides (Puerto Rica, Chna, Burma, U.S.)
11
Index to lantern slides in 4 wooden boxes and 2x2 Kodachrome slides (China, Burna, India)
11
China lantern slides (envelopes 1-3)
11
Misc. lantern slides (6 envelopes)
13-16
Lantern slides, China, Burna, India (4 wood boxes)
17
Lantern slides, China (1 wood box)
18-19
Lantern slides, 4x5 Kodachrome (China; U.S.?) (2 wood boxes)
20
Projector slides, glass (India?) (1 metal box)
21
Malaria control in war areas, copies of photographs on index cards
OS 1
Scrapbook, India trip, 1929
Map Drawer 12 3
PHS Area Inspector cartoon, 1942
Map Drawer 12 3
Delegates to the 3rd Pan American Conference (Washington, DC), 11 April 1936