Eugene Opie Papers

Mss.B.Op3

Date: Circa 1919-1971 | Size: 37 Linear feet, 37 linear feet

Abstract

Eugene Opie spent most of his career as a pathologist at the Rockefeller Institute engaged in research on the influenza, tuberculosis, blood diseases, poliomyelitis, and viruses. His work at Washington University, St. Louis, is documented, as are his efforts to alleviate tuberculosis in Jamaica, among Philadelphia schoolchildren, and in New York City. The Opie collection contains correspondence, notebooks, lab notes from his days at Rockefeller, articles, reprints, and photographs. Opie's long interest in China is reflected in material on the American Bureau for Medical Aid to China, the United China Relief, and Chinese medicine in general. There is also significant documentation on the International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation, the Henry Phipps Institute of the University of Pennsylvania, the Milbank Memorial Fund, and other institutions. There are also reports of approximately 300 clinical autopsies performed at the Base Hospital, Camp Pike, Ark., of soldiers who died in the flu epidemic of 1918. Also there are notes of Opie's course in pathology at the University of Pennsylvania.

Background note

The pathologist Eugene Lindsay Opie specialized in the pathologic physiology of viral and bacterial diseases, including tuberculosis, influenza, and poliomyelitis. His career can conveniently be divided into roughly ten year increments. From 1894-1904 he was a graduate student and faculty member at Johns Hopkins; from 1904 to 1910, he was at Rockefeller Institute; from 1910 to 1923 at the medical school of Washington University; from 1923 to 1932 at the Henry Phipps Institute and University of Pennsylvania; and from 1932-1938 at Cornell.

A graduate of the first class of Johns Hopkins' medical school in 1897, Opie developed an interest in medical research while still a student. Under the wing of William Henry Welch, Opie began to investigate sections of pancreatic tissue, discovering that the Islands of Langerhans were absent in diabetics, thus opening the door for an understanding of the origins of the disease. After graduation, he served with the army during the Spanish American War, but returned to Hopkins to take up a faculty appointment as assistant in bacteriology under Welch and pursued his promising work in diabetes. Growing out of his brief military experience, he conducted research into the life cycle of malarial parasites in birds. He married Gertrude Lovat Simpson (d. 1909) in 1902, with whom he had four children. Following her death, he married her sister, Margaret Elizabeth.

Opie's stint at the fledgling Rockefeller Institute (1904-1910) saw his research in tuberculosis begin to gel, and when he moved to the medical school at Washington University (1910-1923), he was actively engaged in studying the pathological physiology of tuberculosis. His career was once again diverted by war, when Opie volunteered for medical duty in France, but as he had during the Spanish American War, Opie made extensive use of his exposure to the extreme disease environment of warfare. In addition to his continuing studies on tuberculosis, Opie worked on largely epidemiological studies of pneumonia and trench foot, and while at Camp Pike, Ark., he performed autopsies on hundreds of soldiers who had died in the flu epidemic of 1918.

In 1923, Opie assumed the directorship of the Henry Phipps Institute in Philadelphia and began teaching at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, continuing work on the epidemiology of tuberculosis. He is particularly noted for his study of tuberculosis in Jamaica, determining that Jamaicans of African descent were more susceptible to the disease than African Americans. During this period, too, he developed a close working relationship with the Peking Union Medical School in Peking, China, and

Opie left Philadelphia for New York City to assume the chair of pathology at Cornell Medical School and to be come chief pathologist at New York Hospital. He "retired" in 1938, but attached himself to the Rockefeller Institute where he continued working until 1970. His research in immunology and carcinogenesis continued well into his nineties. He received the laurels of his profession, including the Weber-Parkes Prize from the Royal College of Physicians (1945), the Banting Medal from the American Diabetes Association (1946), and the Gold Headed Cane from the Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (1960).

Scope and content

The Eugene Opie Papers contain correspondence, lab notes, publications, and photographs stemming from Opie's profession life as a research pathologist, educator, and medical school administrator. The collection is strongest for documenting Opie's laboratory work and his work with professional organizations and institutions. There is very little personal correspondence and even the professional correspondence is sparse.

For the forty years beginning shortly after the turn of the century, tuberculosis was one of Opie's major areas of research interest. The collection contains approximately 1.5 linear feet of laboratory notes and reports on tuberculosis, and tuberculosis appears as in folders such as "United China Relief" and "Jamaica."

Materials related to the Rockefeller Institute and Rockefeller University from the late 1930s to 1960s are concerned primarily with administrative and educational matters. The same can be said for the 2 boxes of items on the University of Pennsylvania. Of greater interest are: 1) an 11 page letter from Opie to Theodore Ingalis on Opie's recollections of Phipps Institute, 1923-1932; and 2) Opie's remarks (2 pp.) on eugenics.

Although biographical articles and obituaries of Opie have paid little attention to his work in China, the collection contains 2.5 linear feet of materials on United China Relief and 0.5 linear feet on the American Bureau for Medical Aid for China. While these consist primarily of printed matter such as minutes of meetings, procedure, newsletters, and documents concerned with accounting and administration, there are some items of special interest, including the large manuscript charts providing details on the mode of infection of tuberculosis patients who died.

Other subjects and individuals represented by significant holdings include Jamaica, Cornell University, W. Ekhart, H. Howard, A. Kohlberg, National Tuberculosis Association, P. Putnam, Washington University, and the U.S. Army Autopsies.

Finally, the collection includes approximately 100 typescripts of Opie's articles, plus bibliographic card files for studies related to encephalitis, viruses, and polio.

Collection Information

Provenance

Gift of Dr. Opie, 1965, and Mrs. Joseph Hughes, 1972.

Preferred citation

Cite as: Eugene Opie Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Separated material

Photographs have been removed to photographic storage. Biopsy specimens from Opie's Lab, ca.1920s, are stored separately in the subbasement stairwell.

Related material

Johns Hopkins University also contains a collection of papers for Eugene Opie.

Physiology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics Note

AuthorFormatDateLanguage
Du Vigneaud, Vincent, 1901-1978Correspondence (1 item)1946English
Van Slyke, Donald D. (Donald Dexter), 1883-1971Correspondence (4 folders)1929-1945English

Indexing Terms


Corporate Name(s)

  • American Bureau for Medical Aid to China
  • Cornell University--Faculty
  • Henry Phipps Institute
  • Johns Hopkins University. Medical School--Faculty
  • Milbank Memorial Fund
  • National Tuberculosis Association
  • Rockefeller Foundation. -- International Health Division.
  • Rockefeller Institute
  • United China Relief
  • University of Pennsylvania.
  • University of Pennsylvania. Medical School--Faculty
  • Washington University. Medical School--Faculty

Genre(s)

  • Articles
  • Laboratory notes
  • Notebooks
  • Photoprints

Personal Name(s)

  • Aronson, Joseph D.
  • Aub, Joseph Charles, 1890-1873
  • Bachman, George W.
  • Barker, Lewellys F. (Lewellys Franklin), 1867-1943
  • Bessey, Otto A.
  • Brinton, Ward
  • Cohn, Alfred E. (Alfred Einstein), 1879-1957
  • Cornell, Walter Stewart, 1877-1969
  • Ekhart, Walter
  • Ferrell, John A. (John Atkinso
  • Flahiff, Edward
  • Flexner, Simon, 1863-1946
  • Howard, Hector Holdbrook, 1873
  • Isaacs, Joyce
  • Kohlberg, Alfred
  • Menkin, Valy
  • Opie, Eugene L. (Eugene Lindsay), 1873-1971
  • Putnam, Persis
  • Robinson, George Canby, 1878-
  • Russell, Frederick Fuller, 187
  • Sawyer, Wilbur A. (Wilbur Augustus), 1879-1951
  • Stevens, Helen K.
  • Warren, Andrew J.
  • Washburn, Benjamin Earle, 1885
  • Wells, Clifford W.

Subject(s)

  • Autopsy.
  • China -- Medicine
  • Epidemiology
  • Eugenics
  • Influenza -- Epidemiology
  • Influenza -- Research
  • Jamaica -- Medicine
  • Medicine -- China
  • Medicine -- United States
  • Pathology
  • Poliomyelitis
  • Tuberculosis -- Jamaica
  • Tuberculosis -- New York (N.Y.)
  • Tuberculosis -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Medical care


Detailed Inventory

Correspondence
  

Processing information: The following is an alphabetical listing of the papers of Dr. Opie. Where possible, I have retained the breakdown Dr. Opie wished: i.e.: Washington University, contains correspondence to and from Dr. Opie during the period he was in Saint Louis; Jamaica, contains correspondence to and from Dr. Opie during the time he was studying tuberculosis in Jamaica, etc. In addition to this listing, several boxes of laboratory cards (d.r. means domestic rabbit), photographs, reprints, and some notebooks are available.

Abbott, Pat
  box 1
Abel, John Jacob
  box 1
ABMAC - Conference materials. See also: United China Relief, and: American Bureau for Medical Aid to China)
  box 1
Abrev, Manuel
  box 1
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
  box 1
Adami, J G
  box 1
Adelphi, Jamaica
  box 1
Adoption of standards of the best medical schools of western Europe by those of the U.S.
  box 1
Ahern, J J
  box 1
Alabama State Board of Health, tuberculosis research unit, Lee County.
  box 1
Alabama Tuberculosis study.
  box 1
Alexander, Mrs. James K.
  box 1
Allen, Frederick M
  box 1
Amberson, J Burns
  box 1
American Academy of Tuberculosis Physicians
  box 1
American Association for Cancer Research
  box 1
American Society for Experimental Pathology
  box 1
American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  box 1
American Association of Pathologists
  box 1
American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists
  box 1
American Association of University Professors
  box 1
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China, Inc. (see also: United China Relief, and: ABMC.)
  box 1
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Board of Directors
  box 1
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Bulletin.
  box 1
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Executive Committee.
  box 2
American Bureau for Medical Aid for China Meeting of Medical Committee
  box 2
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Mecial Personnel
  box 2
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Minutes of Board of Directors
  box 2
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Minutes of Executive Committee
  box 2
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Minutes of sub-committee on civilian medical service.
  box 2
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Minutes of sub-committee on medical education.
  box 2
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Reports to executive committee
  box 2
American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Tentative program for the study of vitamins.
  box 2
American College of Physicians.
  box 2
American Diabetics Association.
  box 2
American Epidemiological Society.
  box 2
American Institute of Biological Sciences.
  box 2
American Journal of Clinical Pathology.
  box 2
American Journal of Pathology
  box 2
American Journal of Public Health
  box 2
American Medical Association
  box 2
American Men of Medicine
  box 2
American Philosophical Society
  box 2
American Philosophical Society. Committee on Senior Physiologists
  box 2
American Public Health Association.
  box 2
American Society for Experimental Pathology
  box 2
American Standards Association.
  box 2
American Surgical Association
  box 3
Analyses of tuberculosis findings in Smith village, Hannah Town, Jamaica
  box 3
Anderson, R S
  box 3
Angevine, Murray
  box 3
Angrist, Alfred
  box 3

Other Descriptive Information: For Biopsy Specimens, ca. 1920's, from Opie's lab see the boxes in the subbasement stairwell (on Fifth St.) From Rockefeller Univ. Med. School, Sept. 1980.

Animal Welfare Institute
  box 3
Annual report of the Tuberculosis Programme in Jamaica during 1937
  box 3
Anti-Tuberculosis League of Jamaica
  box 3
Anti-vivisection
  box 3
Apartment living (New York City)
  box 3
Archibald, Reginald M
  box 3
Arkansas Tuberculosis Association
  box 3
Armand-Delille, P F
  box 3
Army Medical Museum
  box 3
Aronson, Joseph D
  box 3
Arterio-sclerosis
  box 3
Articles:
  box 3
Acromegaly
  box 3
Addison's disease
  box 3
Adrenal Cortex
  box 3
Adrenal - virilism
  box 3
Allergic inflammation
  box 3
Anemia-congenital forms
  box 3
Arrest of mitosis by Colchicine
  box 3
Arsenic
  box 3
Banti's disease and nodular cirrhosis
  box 3
Basophile adenoma of pituitary
  box 3
Blood destruction - anemia
  box 3
Blood formation
  box 3
Blood letting
  box 3
Blood platelets - megakaryocytes
  box 3
Blood vessels at sight of inflammation
  box 3
Blood - volume
  box 3
Calcification
  box 3
Carbon tetrachloride
  box 3
Cellular respiration phosphatase
  box 3
Chloroform
  box 3
Coagulation of blood
  box 3
Comparative Pathology, Inflammation in embryo significance
  box 3
Death
  box 3
Disease accompanying lesions of the posterior lobe of the pituitary
  box 3
Disturbance of iron metabolism
  box 3
Disturbance of vascular system
  box 3
Edema of lungs
  box 4
Embolism
  box 4
Epidemiology of tuberculosis
  box 4
Gigantism with hyperpituitarism
  box 4
Glands - fat of milk
  box 4
Heat - skin burns
  box 4
Hemorrhage
  box 4
Histamine and serotonin
  box 4
Histiophagocytosis
  box 4
Hypertension with tumors of adrenal medulla
  box 4
Hypopituitarism with destructive lesions (Simonds disease)
  box 4
Immunity
  box 4
Inflammation - in relation to special tissues; cornea, cartilage, nervous system, bone, heart, etc.
  box 4
Inflammation - vascular changes, etc.
  box 4
Injury caused by light
  box 4
Intoxification of intestinal obstruction.
  box 4
Irradiation - radioactivity
  box 4
Ischaemia
  box 4
Jaundice
  box 4
Leucocytes
  box 4
Light
  box 4
Melanin
  box 4
Mercuric Chloride
  box 4
Necrosis
  box 4
Necrosis of liver
  box 4
Necrosis of pancreas
  box 4
Necrosis - phosphorus
  box 4
Obstruction of inferior vena cara
  box 4
Ovaries - Pituitary
  box 4
Pancreas
  box 4
Parathyroid
  box 4
Pathological cytology - cytoplasm
  box 4
Pathological cytology - nucleus
  box 4
Peripatetic eduction of a pathologist
  box 4
Pernicious anemia
  box 4
Pituitary
  box 4
Pituitary - cytology
  box 4
Pituitary - diabetes insipidus
  box 4
Plan for the study of the epidemology of tuberculosis in relation to control of the disease
  box 4
Plan for the study of the epidemology of tuberculosis
  box 4
Polymorphonuclear leucocytosis
  box 4
Prolian
  box 4
Protein manuscript
  box 5
Rheumatic fever
  box 5
Schwartzman reaction
  box 5
Sclerosis of the mesenteric arteries of rats and its relation to longevity and inheritance
  box 5
Serious inflammation
  box 5
Shydroxtryptomine (SHT)
  box 5
Spirochetes - course
  box 5
Starvation
  box 5
Statement of the nature and outcome of research work of Dr. Opie
  box 5
Syphilis - congenital
  box 5
Syphilis - experimental
  box 5
Syphilis - frequency
  box 5
Syphilis immunity
  box 5
Syphilis of nervous system
  box 5
Syphilis - pathogenesis
  box 5
Syphilis - S. pallida
  box 5
Thrombosis
  box 5
Thymus
  box 5
Thyroid
  box 5
Toxicity of organic agents
  box 5
Traumatic shock
  box 5
Tuberculosis
  box 5
Uranium
  box 5
Vascular changes of inflammation
  box 5
Vitamin deficiency
  box 5
Vitamins and deficiency
  box 5
Water
  box 5
Xanthomatosis
  box 5
X-rays
  box 5
Asociacion General Antituberculosa de Puerto Rico
  box 5
Association of American Physicians
  box 5
Association of Military Surgeons of the United States
  box 5
Association of tuberculosis clinics of greater New York
  box 5
Association of University Medical Schools
  box 5
Atlee, John L
  box 5
Atwater, R M
  box 5
Aub, Joseph C
  box 5
Auerbach, Murray A
  box 5
Augustine, A. E.
  box 5
Austria - tuberculosis
  box 6
Bachman, George W
  box 6
Bachman, G.W. Report on visit to north-west.
  box 6
Bachman, G.W. Report on condidtion in two group armies at Ichang front
  box 6
Bacteria
  box 6
Baehr, George
  box 6
Baitsell, George A
  box 6
Baker, J N
  box 6
Baldwin, Edward R
  box 6
Balfour, L C
  box 6
Bang, Frederik B
  box 6
Barach, Joseph H
  box 6
Bardeen, Charles Russell
  box 6
Bardeen lecture
  box 6
Barker, Lewellys F
  box 6
Barker, M A
  box 6
Barlow, Nathan
  box 6
Barnes Hospital
  box 6
Barnett, Robert W
  box 6
Barnwell, John
  box 6
Barock, J H
  box 6
Barr, David
  box 6
Barrett, Edward C
  box 6
Barzilai, Gemma
  box 6
Battershill, W D
  box 6
Bauer, John T
  box 6
Bay View Asylum
  box 6
Bayless, William A
  box 6
Bayne-Jones,
  box 6
BCG (Calmette) vaccine
  box 6
Beal, George J
  box 6
Bean, William B
  box 6
Beard, Mary: "Nursing needs."
  box 6
Bearn, Alexander G
  box 6
Becker, Walter
  box 6
Beeuwkes, Henry
  box 6
Begg, Charles F
  box 6
Bell, Howard H
  box 6
Bell, Whitfield Jenks, Jr.
  box 6
Belou,Pedro
  box 6
Benditt, Earl P
  box 6
Bensley, R R
  box 6
Berens, Conrad
  box 6
Berger, A L
  box 6
Bergmann, Max
  box 6
Berkson, Joseph
  box 6
Bernard, Léon
  box 6
Bernard, Leon: The onset of tuberculosis in man Abstract
  box 6
Bernecker, Edward
  box 6
Bessey, Otto A
  box 6
Bessey, O. A. Building program for N.Y.C. Public Health Center
  box 6
Bigelow, George H
  box 6
Bishop, E L
  box 6
Bixby, W K
  box 6
Blackfan, Kenneth D
  box 6
Blaisdell, Richard K
  box 6
Blake, Francis G
  box 6
Blakiston Company
  box 6
Blood Bank Army Medical Administration
  box 6
Blood, effects of light upon. Reports
  box 6
Bloom, William
  box 6
Blumer, George
  box 6
Boardman, Mabel T
  box 7
Boisliniere, Louis C
  box 7
Boisliniere, L.C. Realdus Columbus of Cremona
  box 7
Bondurant, Eugene D
  box 7
Boston City Hospital
  box 7
Bowen, Ellen
  box 7
Bowers, John Z
  box 7
Bowman, Henry Adelbert: The Color-top method
  box 7
Boyce, Thomas K
  box 7
Boyd, William
  box 7
Boyle, Patricia A
  box 7
Bragdon, Floyd H
  box 7
Brakeley, George A
  box 7
Branwood, A Whitley
  box 7
Brauer, Ralph W
  box 7
Brink, Frank, Jr.
  box 7
Brinton, Ward
  box 7
British Association for the Advancement of Science
  box 7
British Medical Association
  box 7
Brodie, Donald M
  box 7
Brödel, Max
  box 7
Bronk, Detlev W
  box 7
Brookings,
  box 7
Brooks, Barney
  box 7
Brooks, Howard L
  box 7
Broome, John D
  box 7
Broquet, Charles
  box 7
Brown, Thomas Richardson.
  box 7
Brown, J L
  box 7
Brown, Wade. Study of dwarfs, etc.
  box 7
Brown, William Paul
  box 7
Brucellosis
  box 7
Bryner & Company
  box 7
Buck, Pearl S
  box 7
Bunting, C H
  box 7
Burch, G E
  box 7
Burck, Hans Christian
  box 7
Burk, Dean
  box 7
Burlingham, Charles C
  box 7
Burlingham, David(?)
  box 7
Burlingham, Robert
  box 7
Burroughs, Wellcome & Company
  box 7
Burrows, M T
  box 7
Burwell, C Sidney
  box 7
Cabot, Richard C
  box 7
Cadogan, Helen
  box 7
Cahan, Alvin M. Primary carcinoma of the pancreas
  box 7
Cahill, Kevin M
  box 7
Calhoun, J Ellwood
  box 7
California Academy of Medicine
  box 7
Calmette, D A
  box 7
Calvo, Dr. Agglutination of TB treated colloidon pellets
  box 7
Campbell, Charles I
  box 7
Cambell, Editha C
  box 7
Campbell, Glen
  box 7
Canadian National Railways: finances
  box 7
Canat, Eyup
  box 7
Cancer Research
  box 7
Cancer Research Fund: board of directors
  box 7
Cancer Research Fund: U.of Pa.
  box 7
Cancer Research Institute
  box 7
Cannan, R Keith
  box 7
Cannon, Paul R
  box 7
Cannon, Walter B
  box 7
Carcinogins
  box 7
Carey, Cornelius J
  box 7
Carley, Paul S
  box 7
Carnegie Corporation of New York
  box 7
Carr, Francis C., & Co.
  box 7
Carroll, Douglas
  box 7
Carter, Edward C
  box 7
Carter, William S
  box 7
Casals, Dr. TB study. Dissociation experiment in vitro.
  box 7
Cattell, J McKeen
  box 7
Cave, Henry W
  box 7
Cawthon, Kathleen S
  box 7
Cecil, Russell L
  box 7
Central Laboratory
  box 7
Central States Pediatric Society
  box 7
Century Association
  box 7
Chadwick, Henry D
  box 7
Chadwick Clinic results: tuberculosis
  box 7
Chapman, R A
  box 7
Charts - Operations on dogs
  box 7
Chelsea Hotel
  box 7
Chesney, Alan M
  box 7
Children
  box 7
Childs, Jane Coffin, Memorial Fund
  box 7
China
  box 8
China Institute Bulletin
  box 8
China Medical Board of New York, Inc.
  box 8
China - Medicine, etc.
  box 8
Chinese medicine, notes
  box 8
China News Service
  box 8
Chinese Theater - synopsis of plays
  box 8
Christie, Arthur C
  box 9
Chronic infection - Rheumatoid arthritis, etc.
  box 9
Chronic infection studies
  box 9
Cirrhosis of the liver
  box 9
Citizens Preparedness Parade
  box 9
Clark, E R
  box 9
Clark, Paul F
  box 9
Clark, R Lee, Jr.
  box 9
Clarke, Donald C
  box 9
Clarke, Hans T
  box 9
Clarkson, Catherine
  box 9
Clinical notes
  box 9
Clinical Society of Maryland
  box 9
Clough, Harry D
  box 9
Cofman, Victor
  box 9
Cohen, Lord, of Birkenhead
  box 9
Cohn, Alfred E
  box 9
Colby, Helen Opie
  box 9
Colby, Robert L
  box 9
Cole, Dean B
  box 9
Cole, Lewis Gregory
  box 9
Cole, Rufus Ivory
  box 9
Colebrook, Leonard
  box 9
College of Physicians of Philadelphia
  box 9
Colligative properties of solutions
  box 9
Collins, Henry
  box 9
Colorado Foundation for Research in Tuberculosis
  box 9
Columbia University
  box 9
Columbia U. Agreement between Columbia and Public Health Research Institute
  box 9
Committee on Medical Research
  box 9
Commonwealth Fund
  box 9
Communism
  box 9
Congdon, C C
  box 9
Congress of American Physicians and Surgeons
  box 9
Congresso Italiano di Fisiologia, [Tenth]
  box 9
Consultation chest service for private physicians
  box 9
Conway, Herbert
  box 9
Cooper, David
  box 9
Cooper, Eleanor S
  box 9
Cori, Carl F
  box 9
Cornell, Walter S
  box 9
Cornell University
  box 10
Cornell Univ. Medical College
  box 10
Cornell Univ. Med. College. Council
  box 10
Cornell Univ. Med. College. Dept. of Pathology.
  box 10
Cornell Univ. Med. College. Dept. of Pathology - Budget
  box 10
Cornell Univ. Med. College. Dept. of Pathology - Reports
  box 10
Cornell Univ. Med. College. Farrand, Livingston
  box 10
Cornell Univ. Med. College - Library
  box 10
Cornell Univ. Med. College. Pediatrics
  box 10
Cornell Univ. Med. College. Pharmacology
  box 10
Corner, George Washington
  box 10
Cornet and Zeibig Trust
  box 10
Cornman, Oliver P
  box 10
Cort, W W
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Cory, Richard A S
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Cotzias, George C
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Councilman, W T
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Cowdry, E V
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Cox (George S.) Fund for Medical Research
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Crawford, Bryce, Jr.
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Crawford, Porter J
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Cruchley, I J
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Cruchley, I.J. Tuberculosis tests
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Critcher, Katherine G
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Cullahan, Robert
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Cumming, Hugh S
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Cummings, Frank B
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Curran, Jean A
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Curtis, Joseph C
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Cushing, Harvey
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Cutler,
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Cyclopedia of Medicine
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Dahl, Lewis K
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Dakin, H D
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Dannenberg, Arthur M., Jr.
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Dannenberg, Marion L
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Daoust, Roger
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Davis, Herbert L
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Dean, H R
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Davis, L J
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Dawson, M Henry
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Dawson, Percy M
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Dean, Rollin C
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Definition and Pharmacology of Inflammation
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De Forest, Gideon K
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De Gara, Paul F
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Deitrick, John E
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Denham, Sir Edward. Report of the Nutrition Committee, Jamaica.
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De Schweinitz, George E
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Deyrup, Ingrith J
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Diabetes mellitus
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Diagrams
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Dick, D A T
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Diethelm, Oskar
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Dillon, S J S
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Dinkins, Eugenie S
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Dinkins, Henry
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Di Pallo, Polly
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Diptheria
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Doane, Joseph C
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Dochez, Alphonse Raymond
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Dock, George
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Dock, William
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Doggett, R L S
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Doisy, E A
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Dolman, C E
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Dominquez, Rafael
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Doolittle, S E
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Dormer, B A
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Drinker, Cecil D
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Drolet, G J
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Du Bois, Eugene F
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Du Bos, René
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Duckett Jones Memorial Award
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Dumbries, Jamaica
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DuMond, Jesse W M
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Dungal, Niels
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Dunning, Henry S
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Du Pont, Irenée
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Durham, E K
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Dustin, Pierre
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Du Vigneaud, Vincent
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Dysentery
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Easton, Ernest D
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Edison, Thomas
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Edwards, Herbert R
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Edwards, Joshua L
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Eisenstadt Health Center
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Ekhart, Walter
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Ekhart, W. District of Eisenstadt, Distribution
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Ekhart, W. Family graphs, Eisenstadt
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Ekhart, W. Reports of tuberculosis dispensary in Eisenstadt
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Ekhart, W. Tables of Eisenstadt Clinic
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Ekhart, W. Translations of files of Eisenstadt Clinic
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Ekhart, W. Tuberculosis in the Bergenland of Austria
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Ekhart, W. Die Tuberkulose im Bergenland Statistische Daten.
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Elden, Harry R
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Electrolytes notes
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Elliman, Doublas L., & Company
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Elliott, Jabez H
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Elliot, R C
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Elmer, Walter G
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Emergency Medical Service Training School
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Emerson, Haven.
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Emerson, Kendall
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Empire Conference on care and aftercare of tuberculosis
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Engelbreth-Holm, J
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England
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Engler, E A
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Episcopal Hospital Chest Clinic
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Erlanger, Joseph
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Ernst, Edwin C
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Eshleman, F
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Evans, Milton
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Ewing, James
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Experiments
  
Experiments no. 2
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Experiments no. 3
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Experiments no. 4
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Fan, J H
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Farley, David L
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Farrand, Livingston
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Fatty degeneration - necrosis
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Federal Bureau of Investigation
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Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
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Feminist Movement
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Ferrell, John A
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Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company
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Fike, Winston
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Fischel, Walter
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Fischel, Washington E
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Flahiff, Edward W.
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Flahiff, E.W.: Annual report of activities in Jamaica during 1939
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Family graphs
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Jamaican diary
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Protective inoculation for tuberculosis, Jamaica
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Report, cumulative, of tuberculosis studies in Jamaica
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Report on tuberculosis studies in Jamaica,
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Semi-Annual report on vaccination studies in Jamaica
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Tuberculosis in Jamaica, Reports
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Vaccination studies in Jamaica
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Fletcher, F. B.
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Flexner, Helen Thomas
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Flexner, Simon
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Flinn, Waldo R
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Foley, M P
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Forbus, Wiley D
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Forchheimer, Frederick
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Forkner, Claude E
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Fox, Herbert
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Francis, Thomas
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Frank Tourist Company
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Fraser, Peter
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Freund, Ernst
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Freund, Jules
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Freund, Jules. Sensitization and antibody formation with increased resistance to tuberculosis infection induced by heat killed tubercule cells.
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Friedenwald, Julius
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Fuller, Anna, Fund
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Funk, Ian C
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Fulton, John
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Furth, Jacob
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Gallagher, Constance
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Garrison, Fielding H
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Gass, R S
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Gasser, H S
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Gates, Thomas S
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