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Communicable Diseases

 Subject
Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Earl Baldwin McKinley Correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: MS C 87
Abstract

Chief correspondent is Bailey K. Ashford.

Dates: 1927-1935

John Shaw Billings Papers at New York Public Library [microform]

 Collection
Identifier: MS Film 25
Abstract

When John Shaw Billings left the Army in 1895 to become first a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and shortly thereafter the director of the New York Public Library, he took with him many of his personal and professional papers.

Dates: 1854-1913

Joshua Lederberg Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS C 552
Abstract

Lederberg won the 1958 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Edward Tatum and George Beadle "for his discoveries concerning genetic recombination and the organization of the genetic material of bacteria." He was professor of genetics at Stanford University, president of Rockfeller University, and public servant to presidents, national groups, and governmental organizations.

Dates: 1904-2008

Scrapbooks of clippings on diseases and work of the U.S. Public Health Service

 Collection
Identifier: MS C 139
Abstract

Newspaper clippings pertaining to the work of the U.S. Public Health Service.

Dates: 1876-1914

Theodor Rosebury Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS C 634
Abstract

Professional and personal correspondence, lecture notes and examinations, writings and drafts, subject files and clippings, and documentation of his involvement with the Pugwash Conferences on Science & World Affairs illuminate Theodor Rosebury's professional life as a professor of dentistry, bacteriologist, author of popular books relating to medicine, and conscientious citizen.

Dates: 1919-2006

U.S. Army Medical Corps Lecture Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS C 26
Abstract

Lectures, talks, and statements on various medical subjects given by U.S. Army Medical Corps officers

Dates: 1942-1945