Ridlon, J.R. "Pellagra" no. 353, July 28, 1916Goldberger, J. "The Transmissibility of Pellagra" no. 376, Nov. 17, 1916Sydenstricker, E., et al. "Disabling Sickness Among the Population of 7 Cotton-Mill Villages of South Carolina in Relation to Family, 1916 - 1920

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 60
Identifier: 07

Scope and Contents note

Ridlon, J.R. "Pellagra" no. 353, July 28, 1916 Goldberger, J. "The Transmissibility of Pellagra" no. 376, Nov. 17, 1916 Sydenstricker, E., et al. "Disabling Sickness Among the Population of 7 Cotton-Mill Villages of South Carolina in Relation to Family Income" no. 492, Nov. 22, 1918 Goldberger, J. et al. "A Study of the Relation of Family Income and Other Economic Factors to Pellagra Incidence in 7 Cotton-Mill Villages of South Carolina in 1916" no. 621, Nov. 12, 1920 Wheeler, G.A. "Pellagra in the Mountains of Yancey County, N.C." no. 619, Oct. 22, 1920 Sullivan, M.X. "Biochemical Studies of the Saliva in Pellagra" no. 526 May 16, 1919 Goldberger, J. "Pellagra: Its Nature and Prevention" no. 461, Apr. 5, 1918 Goldberger, J., et al. "A Study of the Relation of Diet to Pellagra Incidence" no. 587, Mar, 19, 1920. Public Health Reports 35(28) July 9, 1920 35(46) Nov. 12, 1920 35(25) June 18, 1920 31(46) Nov. 17, 1916 n.d. Mar. 19, 1920

Dates

  • 1916 - 1920

Creator

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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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