T Tizzoni, Guido. "Richerche Batteriologiche sulle Psicosi Pellagrose" 1917 "Pellagra Number 2" - Illinois State Board of Health 1909 "Pellagra Number 3" - Illinois State Board of Health 1909 Tucker, Beverley R. "The Diagnosis of Pellagra" wit, 1909 - 1933

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 22
Identifier: 08

Scope and Contents note

T Tizzoni, Guido. "Richerche Batteriologiche sulle Psicosi Pellagrose" 1917 "Pellagra Number 2" - Illinois State Board of Health 1909 "Pellagra Number 3" - Illinois State Board of Health 1909 Tucker, Beverley R. "The Diagnosis of Pellagra" with Report of Doubtful Cases" 1911 Tizzoni, Guido. "Streptobacillus Pellagrae" 1915 Tucker, Beverley R. "Pellagra in its Relation to Neurology and Psychiatry" 1912 Tucker, Beverley T. "A Discussion of Pellagra with Remarks on Sixty-Six Cases Occuring Outside of Institutions" 1911 Turner, Roy H. "Erythrocytes in Pellagra" 1933 Tucker, Beverley R. "Pellagra, with the Analytical Study of Fifty-Five Non-Institutional or Sporadic Cases" 1911 Tscherkes, L. "Pellagra in Ukraina" 1929 Tscherkes, L. "Zur Klinik Der Pellagra" 1933 Thompson-McFadden Pellagra Commission "Pellagra" 1914

Dates

  • 1909 - 1933

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

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