A Atwater, W.O. "Dietetics in Relation to Hospitals for the Insane" 1904 (2 copies) Adler, Herman M. "The Experimental Production of Lesions Resembling Pellagra" 1913 Alsberg, Carl L. "Agricultural Aspects of the Pellagra Problem in the United St, 1895 - 1917

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 1
Identifier: 08

Scope and Contents note

A Atwater, W.O. "Dietetics in Relation to Hospitals for the Insane" 1904 (2 copies) Adler, Herman M. "The Experimental Production of Lesions Resembling Pellagra" 1913 Alsberg, Carl L. "Agricultural Aspects of the Pellagra Problem in the United States." 1909 Alessandrini, Guilio. "Sulla Pellaga in Italia" 1910 Alessandrini, Guilio, "Contributo Nuovo Alla Etiologia e Patogenesi." 1913 Abt, Isaac A. "Individual Prophylaxis in Children's Hospitals" 1912 Atwater, W.O. "Dietary Studies...Food of the Negro in Alabama" 1897 Atwater, W.O. "Dietary Studies in Chicago in 1895 and 1896" 1898 Adams, G.S. "Pellagra, with Report of Cases" 1915 Atwater, W.O. "Dietary Studies in New York City in 1895 and 1896" 1898 (2 copies) Atwater, W.O. "Dietary Studies in New York City in 1896 and 1897" 1902 Anderson, Paul V. "Pellagra, with a Report of Two Cases with Necropsy" 1911 Antonini, G. "Occorre conoscerei meglio" 1917

Dates

  • 1895 - 1917

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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Repository Details

Part of the Eskind Biomedical Library Manuscripts Collection Repository

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