L Langworthy, C.F. "Dietary Studies of Groups, Especially in Public Institutions" 1902 Lavinder, C.H. "The History of Pellagra" 1915 Lavinder, C.H. "Pseudo-Pellagra" 1912 Lane, John E. "Perleche" 1917 Lloyd, James H. "Goethe's Reference to, 1902 - 1927

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 15
Identifier: 08

Scope and Contents note

L Langworthy, C.F. "Dietary Studies of Groups, Especially in Public Institutions" 1902 Lavinder, C.H. "The History of Pellagra" 1915 Lavinder, C.H. "Pseudo-Pellagra" 1912 Lane, John E. "Perleche" 1917 Lloyd, James H. "Goethe's Reference to Pellagra" 1912 Lavinder, C.H. "The Diagnosis of Pellagra" n.d. Lavinder, C.H. "Pellagra" 1927 Lustberg, Sam R. "The Breast Fed Pellagrin: Relation to the Avitaminoses" 1922 (2 copies) Lavinder, C.H. "Notes on the Prognosis & Treatment of Pellagra" 1909 Lavinder, C.H. "The Aetiology of Pellagra" 1909 (2 copies) Lee, Roger I. "A Case of Pellagra That Had Not Been Outside of New England for Eighteen Years" 1912 Lavinder, C.H. "The Prevalence of Pellagra in the United States" 1909 Long, J.D. "Pellagra" 1910 Lewis, Edward. "Pellagra" 1926

Dates

  • 1902 - 1927

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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