"Prevalence of Pellagra in China" - manuscript Report of case of Pellagra in Honolulu March 6, 1918" Pellagra and Typhoid in Richmond, Virginia 1909-1916 - table Pellagra reported by the Louisiana State Board of Health - 1918 Cases of Pellagra, 1907 - 1921

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 55
Identifier: 06

Scope and Contents note

"Prevalence of Pellagra in China" - manuscript Report of case of Pellagra in Honolulu March 6, 1918 "Pellagra and Typhoid in Richmond, Virginia 1909-1916 - table Pellagra reported by the Louisiana State Board of Health - 1918 Cases of Pellagra reported from Maryland 1907-1917 Table of "Registration States and Non-Registration States 1914-1921" Pellagra reported in Mississippi 1915-1919 Mississippi State Board of Health Statistics 1914-1917 Pellagra in 1921 in U.S.A. - report "South Resents Federal Alarm Over Pellagra" - The New york Times, July 27, 1921 Letter from Charles H. Stoll to the President of the U.S. in response to The New York Times article 7-27-21

Dates

  • 1907 - 1921

Creator

Notes about Access to this Collection

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Extent

From the Collection: 8.39 Cubic Feet (22 Hollinger (letter) boxes and 1 Hollinger (Legal) box.)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Location:

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Repository Details

Part of the Eskind Biomedical Library Manuscripts Collection Repository

Contact:
Eskind Biomedical Library
2209 Garland Ave.
Nashville TN 37232


 

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