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Master List of Personal Names: "Who's Who" on the Philip S. Hench Walter Reed Yellow Fever Collection Web Site

Each category of information is delimited by a pipe symbol (|) according to the following format: Last Name, First Name Middle Name | Additional information; Other names; etc. | Authority Source

KEY : (date) = Reference Date(s) to place the person and their position/function in time
Local Source = Form of name created from orginal document(s)
LC = Library of Congress
[date] = Date the name was added to the list
 


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Abbot, William Richardson |Opened and taught at the Charlottesville Institute attended by Reed; Was born 1839 -; not sure if the same as Prof. Abbott | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Abbott, A.C. |Bacteriologist, "M.D., Dr. P.H., Sc.D. (1860-1935), the Pepper Professor of Hygiene and Director of the Laboratory of Hygiene at the University of Pennsylvania, was hired as the course director. A. C. Abbott was one of the three founding fathers of the Society of American Bacteriologists" -- from web page: http://www.intra.dental.upenn.edu/direct/stu_res/VJBSRS/History.html, full name is: Alexander Crever | Local Source [5/31/2002]

Abbott, Gen.|General Abbott (some military person) | Local Source [9/12/2000]

Abbott, Prof. | Professor at the University of Virginia | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Abbott, [s.n.] | See document 00916034; not sure if this is any of the other listed Abbotts | Local Source [9/11/2001]

Abel, Dr. | Doctor in Louisville (1939) | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Abel, Walter | Actor who played Walter Reed in "Yellow Jack," 1946 | Partial LC Authority [5/31/2002] Full LC is: Abel, Walter, 1898-1987.

Abercrombie, John William | (1866-1940) Alabama State Senator 1896-1898; University of Alabama President 1902-1911; United States Congressman 1913-1917; Superintendant of Education 1920-1926 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Abercrombie, [s.n.] | SEE ABERCROMBIE, JOHN WILLIAM

Acheson, Dean | Secretary of State, United States (January 21, 1949-January 20, 1953); see: http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAacheson.htm | Partial LC Authority [8/21/2001] Full LC is: Acheson, Dean, 1893-1971.

Acker, Dr. | Physician, 1919 | Local Source [5/31/2002]

Acker, Mollie Flint |South Bend, Indiana (1924); markup has Mollie "Heink" Acker which is not correct |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Acton, H. W. |Author; Physician? |Local Source [11/14/2001]

Adams, E.S. | Major General, Adjutant General, The Adjutant General's Office, War Department, United States; | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Adams, Maud | Unidentified (1901) | Local Source [5/31/2002]

Adamson, Estelle |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Adamson, William C. |Congressman from Georgia, United States; served from March 4, 1897, until December 18, 1917; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=A000051 |Partial LC Authority [11/6/2001] Full LC is: Adamson, William Charles, 1854-1929.

Adler, Luther | Actor who portrayed Jesse Lazera in "Yellow Jack," 1946 | Partial LC [5/31/2002] Full LC is: Adler, Luther, 1903-1984.

Agostini, Dr. | Physician, Cuban sanitation, 1908 | [3/20/2001]

Agramonte, Aristides |A doctor; born June 3, 1866 and died August 17, 1931; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Agramonte, Eduardo | Father of Aristides Agramonte, died 1872? | [3/20/2001]

Agramonte, Frances F. | Wife of Aristides Agramonte | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Agramonte, Mrs. | SEE AGRAMONTE, FRANCES F. Wife of Aristides Agramonte | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Ahrendts, J. L. |Representative, John Wyeth & Brother Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1942) |Local Source [9/3/2001]

Ainsworth, Frederick Crayton | United States Major General |Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000] Full LC is: Ainsworth, Frederick Crayton, 1852-1934.

Ainsworth, [s.n.] | MIGHT BE THE SAME AS FREDERICK CRAYTON AINSWORTH |1905 U.S. Army Medical Officer | Local Source [3/20/2001]

Alabama State Board of Health | Compiled hatching sheet, Coosa River (1915) | Full LC Authority [6/6/2002]

Alberti, Steward | Worked with Reed at Fort Apache | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Albertini, A. Diaz | Cuban Physician; Director of Finlay Institute in Havana; full name is Antonio Diaz Albertini, however he prefered signing his name as "A. Diaz Albertini [8/17/2001] | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Albertini, Antonio Diaz | SEE ALBERTINI, A. DIAZ |

Albertini, Dr. | SEE ALBERTINI, A. DIAZ | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Alden, C. H. | Colonel (1928) | Local Source [6/2/2002]

Alden, Dr. | Physician (1899) | Local Source [6/2/2002]

Alderman, Edwin Anderson | Former University of Virginia President |Partial LC Authority [10/5/2000] Full LC is: Alderman, Edwin Anderson, 1861-1931.

Aleck, [s.n.] | In Letter from Jefferson Randolph Kean to Walter Reed, January 15, 1902 | Local Source [6/2/2002]

Alexander, Martha | Worked for the Journal of the History Medicine and Allied Sciences (1951) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Allen, [s.n.] | Relationship unknown; (1940) | Local Source [12/6/2001]

Allerry, P. | SEE TILLERY, P. A. |

Allery, P. | SEE TILLERY, P. A. |

Allison, William B. | United States Representative to Congress 1863-1871 and Senator 1873-1908 from Iowa |Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000] Full LC is: Allison, William B. (William Boyd), 1829-1908.

Allmand, Dorothy | Librarian, United States Marine Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland (1919) | Local Source [12/6/2001]

Almeyda, Jose Ramos | Relationship unknown (1907) | Local Source [1/15/2002]

Alspaugh, Edna |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Alvare, Dr. | SEE ALVARE, IGNACIO |

Alvare, Ignacio | Cuban physician, Havana; helped Hench with research on Camp Lazear, 1940 | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Alvarez, Dositeo | Discharged case of yellow fever (1908) | Local Source [6/2/2002]

Alvarez, Jacinto Mendez | Volunteer in the Yellow Fever Experiments, 1900, 1901 | [3/20/2001]

Alvarez, Joaquin Maria | Cuban Physician; identified site of cemetery | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Amador, R.A. | Physician and Post Sanitary Officer at Camp Columbia, Cuba, 1900; full name is Raoul A. Amador; possibly the same person as Raoul A. Amador, Chargé d'Affaires of the Republic of Panama at Paris; ?President of the Republic of Panama | [3/20/2001]

Amador Guerrero, Manuel | President of Panama (First) | Partial LC Authority [6/11/2002] Full LC is: Amador Guerrero, Manuel, 1883-1909.

Ament, Lytton G. |New York (1929); full name is Lytton Gray Ament | Local Source [10/29/2001]

American Society of Tropical Medicine | Corporate author for a program flyer | Full LC Authority [6/12/2002]

Ames, Azel |Physician? (1904) |Partial LC Authority [10/12/2001] Full LC is: Ames, Azel, 1845-1908.

Ames, Jessie Daniel |Wife of Roger Post Ames |Partial LC Authority [10/4/2000] Full LC is: Ames, Jessie Daniel, 1883-1972.

Ames, Roger Post | Physician, U.S.Army Medical Corps, Cuba, takes care of Yellow Fever patients ; A major ; congressional gold medal recipient; born April 7, 1868 and died November 14, 1914 | In LC [10/2/2000]

Amesse, J. W. | Physician, Cuban Sanitation, 1908 | [3/20/2001] [J.W. added 10/17/2001]

Andreu, Dr. | SEE ANDREU, JOSE R. |

Andreu, Jose | SEE ANDREU, JOSE R. |

Andreu, Jose R. | Cuban physician; worked with Hench on Lazear Memorial; full name is Jose Raimundo Andreu | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Andrew, A.P. | Officer, Ambulence Service, France, 1917 | [3/20/2001]

Andrew, [s.n.] |SEE ANDREW, A. P.

Andrus, David L. | Physician; Son of John H. Andrus | Local Source [8/15/2001]

Andrus, Dr. | SEE ANDRUS, DAVID L. |

Andrus, John A. | SEE ANDRUS, JOHN H. | Volunteer in Yellow Fever Experiments | [3/20/2001]

Andrus, John H. | Army private; yellow fever volunteer; full name John Hewitt Andrus born October 7, 1879 and died May 1, 1942; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Andrus, Mrs. | Wife of John H. Andrus? | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Andrus, S.C. | SEE ANDRUS, SETH C. |

Andrus, Seth C. | Father of John H., 1928 | [3/20/2001]

Angles, Eduardo | Physician, Marianao, Havana, Cuba during Yellow Fever experiments | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Anmach, James | Army Private, United States; did household work for Reed's at Camp Apache | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Annie, Miss | Local Source [9/6/2000]

Anthony, Daniel R. | United States Representative from Kansas, served May 23, 1907 - March 8, 1929.; name also varies as Daniel Read Anthony, Jr.; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=A000261 |Partial LC Authority [11/03/2000] Full LC is: Anthony, Daniel Read, 1870-1931.

Antonetti, R. |Leutenant Governor of Ivory Coast, from 1918-1924; full name is: Raphaël-Valentin-Marius Antonetti (b. 1872 - d. 1938) (1922) | Local Source [4/27/2001] [1/17/2002]

Appleton, D. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Ara, A. Perez |Physician, Havana, Cuba (1941)| Local Source [8/30/2001]

Arces, Julian | Peruvian physician, denied existence of Yellow Fever in Peru | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Archinard, Dr. | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Armstrong, Donald B. |Physician, Vice-President, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York City; see: http://www.metlife.com/Companyinfo/History/Docs/tuber.html |Partial LC Authority [8/29/2001] Full LC is: Armstrong, Donald B.(Donald Budd), b. 1886

Armstrong, Dr. | SEE Armstrong, Donald B.| From the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, N.Y. | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Armstrong, George E. | Major General, United States Army; lived 4 August 1900-9 June 1979 ; served as Surgeon General of the United States Army 1 June 1951-31 May 1955 | Local Source [6/7/2001]

Armstrong, Gloster | SEE Armstrong, H. G. |

Armstrong, H. G.| H.M.'s Consul General, British General Consulate (1923); name also varies as Gloster Armstrong| Local Source [12/7/2001]

Arnett, George W. | Friend of P.S. Hench; from Trenton, New Jersey; married to Annabel (1940)| Local Source [8/29/2001]

Arnold, W. F. | Physician [1907] | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Arthur, Lindsley |Malaria Field Agent, Georgetown County Malarial Control, State Board of Health of South Carolina, Division, Malaria Co-Operative Work (1923) |Local Source [11/15/2001]

Artigas, Francisco Argilagos |Physician?, National Pharmaceutical Association, Havana, Cuba (1941) |Local Source [11/19/2001]

Ascanio, Hugo |Physician, Havana, Cuba (1942) |Local Source [8/30/2001]

Ash, Col. | Curator, Army Medical Museum (1940) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Ashburn, P. M. | Physician; Colonel, Medical Field Service School | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Ashburn, P. M. (Percy Moreau), 1872-1940.

Atkinson, Dr. | Doctor that Jesse Lazear knew | Local Source [10/25/2000]

Audouard, [s.n.] | French Yellow Fever Researcher, 19th century | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Aujay, Capt. | Officer, Liason between the Ambulence Service and the French Army, France, 1917 | [3/20/2001]

Aunt Alice | Relationship unknown; referred by Jesse Lazear | Local Source [10/26/2000]

Aunt Kate | Sister to Jesse Lazear??? | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Avery, S. D. |Secretary, Medical Association of the Isthmian Canal Zone (1925)|Local Source [11/16/2001]

Avila, Manuel | Physician, Delegado Sanitario Especial, Panuco, Veracruz (1923)| Local Source [12/7/2001]

Babcock, Mrs. Albert | (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Baekeland, L.H. | President of the American Chemical Society, 1924; Inventor of Bakelite | Partial LC Authority [3/20/2001] Full LC is: Baekeland, L.H. (Leo Hendrick), 1863-1944.

Bailey, Mildred |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Bair, M.Z. | Chief Sanitation Engineer, Arkansas Board of Health | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Baker, Chauncey B. | General, United States Army, Sanitary Officer in Havana | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Baker, James D. | Headmaster of Ruston Acadmey in Cuba | Local Source [6/5/2001]

Baker, Newton Diehl | Secretary of War : 1916-1921; see biographical information: http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/books/Sw-SA/Baker.htm | Partial LC Authority [6/12/2002] Fulle LC is: Baker, Newton Diehl, 1871-1937.

Balch, [s.n.] | Worked with Gorgas in the Canal Zone, 1905 | [3/20/2001]

Baldwin, Col. | SEE BALDWIN, T. A. |

Baldwin, General | United States Army General. Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/24/2000]

Baldwin, T. A.. | Colonel; May be same as General Baldwin; United States Army, Commanding Officer of Camp Columbia, Cuba, 1901, Colonel of 7th Calvary (1900); his first name may be Theodore (?) | [3/20/2001]

Balfour, Andrew |Physician, The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Cavendish Square, London (1921); held several positions at Welcome Institutions (1924) | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Balfour, Dr. | SEE BALFOUR, ANDREW | Believed to be the same as Andrew Balfour; Physician, Mayos (1939) | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Ballou, William H. |Physician, New York, New York (1922) | Local Source [12/10/2001]

Banister, W.B. | Officer, United States Army Medical Corps; pallbearer at Walter Reed's funeral, 1902 | [3/20/2001]

Barber, Charles W. |Brigadier Genera, 29th Division (1917); Colonel, Infantry, Chief of Staff, United States Army (1918) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Barber, M.A. | United States Public Health Service Worker; Yellow Fever research work for the International Health Board in Africa | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Barbour, W. Warren | United States Senator for New Jersey; served 1931-1937 and 1938-1943 | Partial LC Authority [3/20/2001] Full LC is: Barbour W. Warren (William Warren), 1888-1943.

Barker, Lewellys Franklin | Physician; Professor at Johns Hopkins | Partial LC Authority [4/27/2001] Full LC is: Barker, Lewellys F. (Lewellys Franklin), 1867-1943.

Barnet, Dr. | Physician, Cuban Sanitation, 1908 | [3/20/2001]

Barnett, E.R. | Author of a history of Las Animas Hospital (with Guiteras) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Barnett, James M. | Physician, Albany, Georgia | Local Source [8/31/2001]

Barret, Claudia |Young Student, Charlotte, North Carolina (1924) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Barret, Harvey P. |Position unknown, The New Charlotte Sanatorium, Charlotte, North Carolina (1918) |Local Source [11/12/2001]

Barret, Nannie Mason | Friend of Laura Carter's (19--) | Local Source [12/7/2001]

Barrett, N. M. |Yellow Fever Patient (1905) | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Barrier, Ethel | United States Public Health Service Lab Worker | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Barringer, Paul B. | Relationship unknown | Partial LC Authority [10/13/2000] Full LC is: Barringer, Paul B. (Paul Brandon), 1857-1941.

Barry, Gen. | SEE BARRY, THOMAS H.| United States Army, Cuba, 1908 | [3/20/2001]

Barry, Thomas H. | Brigadier-General, United States Army, Cuban Pacification (1908), The Army of Cuban Pacification Medal NO. 1 was presented to Major General Thomas H. Barry on June 1, 1909 according to: http://foxfall.com/csm-army-cpm.htm (cited 5 June 2002), later becomes Major General | Local Source [6/5/2002]

Barstad, John Peter | Claimed to be a Yellow Fever volunteer; Truby denied he was | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Bash, Louis Hermann | 29th Quartermaster General (February 3, 1934-March 31, 1936); lived 1872-1952; see biographical information at: http://www.qmfound.com/MG_Louis_Bash.htm | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Bass, C.C. | United States Public Health Worker; President of the American Society of Tropical Medicine | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Bates, A. E. |Paymaster General, United States Army, War Department, Washington, D.C. (1900) |Partial LC Authority [10/12/2001] Full LC is: Bates, A. E. (Alfred Elliott), 1840-1909.

Bates, Lewis B. |Chief of Laboratory, Board of Health Laboratory, Health Department, Canal Zone, The Panama Canal (1921) |Local Source [11/13/2001]

Batistia, Col. | SEE BATISTIA Y ZALDIVAR, FULGENCIO |

Batista, Fulgencio | SEE BATISTA Y ZALDIVAR, FULGENCIO | Colonel in Cuba and President in 1940 | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Batistia y Zaldivar, Fulgencio | Colonel in Cuba; Dictator, 1933-1940; President, 1940-1944; Assumed power, 1952-1959 | Partial LC Authority [4/27/2001] Full LC is: Batista y Zaldâivar, Fulgencio, 1901-1973.

Bauer, Dr. | Physician, Yellow Fever Research in West Africa, before 1928 | [3/20/2001]

Bauer, Louis H. |Physician; Promulgated the first civil aviation medicine regulations for U.S. civil airmen on December 31, 1926, see:http://www.asma.org/Publication/abstract/v72n1/v72n1p62.html; President of the American Medical Association (1952-1953) |Partial LC Authority [9/7/2001] Full LC is: Bauer, Louis H. (Louis Hopewell), 1888-1964.

Bauvallet, Dr. |Physician; Post of Bassam (1923) | Local Source [11/14/2001]

Bavaard, Dr. | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Bay, J. Christian |Librarian, The John Crerar Library, Chicago (1941) | Partial LC Authority [8/29/2001] Full LC is: Bay, J. Christian (Jens Christian), 1871-1962.

Beach, F. H. |Captain, 7th Cavalry, Acting Adjutant | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Beach, George C. |General, Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D.C. (1948) | Local Source [9/5/2001]

Beach, Lansing H. |Major General; Chief of Engineers, United States Army (10 FEB 1920 - 18 JUN 1924 per http://www.wood.army.mil/MUSEUM/History/en_chief.htm) | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Bean, William B. |Physician; Departmentof Internal Medicine, University Hospitals, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (1951) |Partial LC Authority [9/6/2001] Full LC is: Bean, William Bennett.

Beaulac, Willard L. | Beaulac, Willard Leon (1899-1990) -- also known as Willard L. Beaulac -- of Pawtucket, Providence County, R.I. Born in Pawtucket, Providence County, R.I., July 25, 1899. Served in the U.S. Navy during World War I; Foreign Service officer; U.S. Ambassador to Paraguay, 1944-47; U.S. Ambassador to Colombia, 1947-51; U.S. Ambassador to Cuba, 1951-53; U.S. Ambassador to Chile, 1953-56; U.S. Ambassador to Argentina, 1956-60. Died in 1990.| from the political graveyard website, http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/beaty-bechtold.html | Local Source [7/31/2001]

Beaulac, Mrs. | Wife of Willard L. Beaulac | Local Source [8/15/2001]

Beaumont, William| Army Physician, United States; "Father of Gastric Physiology"; "Father of American Physiology"; see: http://www.james.com/beaumont/dr_life.htm, http://www.system.missouri.edu/upress/spring1996/horsman.htm, and http://www.fortcrawfordmuseum.com/drbmt.html| Partial LC Authority [8/21/2001] Full LC is: Beaumont, William, 1785-1853.

Beauperthuy, Louis-Daniel | Physician; Yellow Fever Pioneer | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Beato, Manuel Perez |Physician, Vibora, Havana, Cuba |Full LC Authority: Perez Beato, Manuel.

Beeuwkes, Henry | Colonel, United States Army Medical Corps; Physician | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Beeuwkes, [s.n.] | SEE BEEUWKES, HENRY | Researcher with the Rockefeller Foundation, Yellow Fever work in West Africa, 1927 | [3/20/2001]

Bell, Agrippa Nelson | Worked in maritime sanitation; first to use steam | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Bell, Alexander Graham |Partial LC Authority [10/6/2000] Full LC is:Bell,Alexander Graham, 1847-1922.

Bell, L. C. | SEE BELL, LANDON C. |

Bell, Landon C. |General Counsel, The Colleton Cypres Company, (1916) | Local Source [11/6/2001]

Bellevue Medical Center, New York University |Used as Corporate Author |Name used from local source [7/30/2002] LC entry is: New York University. Medical Center.

Benigno, Antonio | Spanish Volunteer in the Yellow Fever Experiments | Local Source [4/3/2001]

Benis, Jose Maria |President, del Comite Ejecutivo (1902) | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Benitoa, Antonio Perez |From Havana, Cuba (1948) | Local Source [9/5/2001]

Benjamin, Mary A. | Editor, "Walter R. Benjamin:" Autograph Letters and Historical Documents (1939) | Full LC [8/28/2001]

Bennett, Dr. | Local Source [4/18/2000]

Bennett, George A. | Physician; Dean, Jefferson Medical College (1952) | Local Source [12/7/2001]

Benson, Jr., Otis O. |Colonel, Medical Corps; Chief, Medical Research Division, Office of the Air Surgeon (1948)| Local Source [9/4/2001]

Berkeley, Jr., Francis L. |Curator of Manuscripts, Divisio of Rare Book and Manuscripts, Alderman Library, University of Virginia (1947) | Partial LC Authority [9/5/2001] Full LC is: Berkeley, Francis L. Francis Lewis), 1911- .

Berkson, Joseph | Physician (1940) | Local Source [12/7/2001]

Berry, George P. | Physician; Was dean of the Harvard School of Medicine; Born 1898-; Sent representative to Camp Lazear Dedication; full name is George Packer Berry | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Bettmann Archive |Used as Corporate Author; located in New York, New York, 1948| Local Source [8/7/2002]

Bettmann, Otto L. |Ph.D.; Director, The Bettmann Archive: Pictorial History and Research (1948) | Local Source [9/5/2001] Full LC is: Bettmann, Otto.

Bevan, Arthur | American Forester; President, Virginia Academy of Science, 1946-1947 (?) | Partial LC Authority [4/27/2001]Full LC is: Bevan, Arthur, 1888-1968.

Beveridge, Wilfred W. G. |Director, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, England (1928) | Local Source (9/7/2001)

Beverly, Edward P. | Physician, involved with public health work (1921) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Beyer, George | Physician; first reported particular mosquito type | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Beyer, [s.n.] | Involved with Yellow Fever Experiments | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Beyers, Captain |Relative of Roger Post Ames |Local Source [10/5/2000]

Biddle, Colonel | SEE BIDDLE, JAMES STOKES | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Biddle, James Stokes | Colonel, United States Naval Officer; Camp to inspect Hospital at Fort Apache; see: http://www.virtualology.com/jamesstokesbiddle/| Partial LC Authority [8/20/2001] Full LC is: Biddle, James Stokes, b. 1818.

Billings, Dr. |Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Binley, Henry |(1928) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Binnie, J.F. | Officer, U.S. Army Medical Corps, operated on Kean's son Robert in 1914 | Local Source [4/3/2001]

Binnie, Mrs. | Wife of J.F. Binnie | Local Source [4/3/2001]

Birmingham, Henry P. | Colones, United States Army Medical Corps, Acting Surgeon General 1915-1916 | Local Source [4/3/2001]

Bishop, Joseph B. |Secretary, Isthmian Canal Mission (1912) | Partial LC Authority [10/17/2001]Full LC is: Bishop, Joseph Bucklin, 1847-1928.

Black, Col. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/19/2000]

Black, William M. | Major General and Chief of the Army Corps of Engineers from March 7 1916-October 31, 1919, advisor to the Cuban Department of Public Works, he modernized Havana's sanitary system| Full name is William Murray Black, 12/8/1855-9/24/1933 | Local Source [4/3/2001]

Blackburn, [s.n.] | An American associated with the Panama Canal work | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Blackford, Staige D. |Physician, University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville, Virginia (1947) |Partial LC Authority [9/4/2001] Full LC is: Blackford, Staige D. (Staige Davis), 1898-1949.

Blackwood, N. J. | Surgeon (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Blair, [s.n.] | Involved with experiments in British Guyana | Local Source [4/4/2001]

Blake, Henry A. | Governor of the Bahamas, 1886; Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador, 1887-1889; He subsequently served as governor of Jamaica, Hong Kong, and Ceylon; full name is Blake, Sir Henry Arthur; lived 1840-1918; see: http://www.heritage.nf.ca/govhouse/governors/g55.html | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Blake, S. F. |Botanist, Bureau of Plant Industry, United States Department of Agriculture (1929); see: http://www.nybg.org/bsci/libr/Blake.htm| Local Source [10/29/2001] Full LC is: Blake, S. F. (Sidney Fay), 1892-1959.

Blakely, Dalmar R. |Hostess House, Walter Reed General Hospital, Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C. (1943) | Local Source [1/16/2002]

Blanchard,[s.n.] | A professor |Local Source [10/2/2000]

Blanton, Wyndham B. |Physician, Richmond, Virginia |Partial LC Authority [8/30/2001] Full LC is: Blanton, Wyndham Bolling, 1890-1960.

Blatchford, Gen. | Commanding the Line of Communications, United States Army, France, 1917 | Local Source [4/4/2001]

Blincoe, Anita Clayton |Daughter of Laura Blincoe | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Blincoe, James William | Walter Reed's brother-in-law | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Blincoe, Laura | SEE BLINCOE, LAURA REED | Walter Reed's sister; married to James Blincoe | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Blincoe, Laura Reed | Walter Reed's sister; married James Blincoe | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Blincoe, Lemuel Soule |Brother? or Brother-ion-law of Anita Clayton Blincoe |Local Source [11/19/2001]

Bliss, Raymond W. | Surgeon General, United States Army (1 June 1947-31 May 1951); lived 12 May 1888-12 December 1965 Per http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/Bliss.htm | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Bliss, Tasker Howard | U.S. Brigadier General | Partial LC Authority [10/18/2000] Full LC is: Bliss, Tasker Howard, 1853-1930.

Bliss, Theodore L. | Physician, Ohio; married to Elizabeth Kelley Bliss | Local Source [12/7/2001]

Blondel, Dorothy |Correspondance Secretary, George Washington High School, The City of New York, Department of Education (1930) |Local Source [10/29/2001]

Blue, Rupert | Physician; Public Health Service Surgeon General, served January 13, 1912-March 1, 1920; see: http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/history/bioblue.htm | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Boada, Fernando | Sculptor, Cuban; made medallions and plaques for the Camp Lazear Memorial | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Boldridge, F.M. | Health Officer, Chester, South Carolina (1921) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Bolduan, [s.n.] |Physician (1919) | Local Source [11/12/2001]

Bonham, Eleanor M. | (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Bonzi, H. A. |Chiclaye, Peru (19??) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Booth, Carolyn H. | Also known as Mrs. Henry W. Booth (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Booth, E. E. |Chief of Staff, American Expeditionary Forces, Headquarters Services of Supply (1919) |Local Source [6/5/2002]

Borden, Daniel L. | Physician; |Partial LC Authority [8/21/2001] Full LC is: Borden, Daniel L., 1887-1969.

Borden, H.G. | SEE BORDEN, WILLIAM C. | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Borden, Maj. | SEE BORDEN, WILLIAM C.| Local Source [4/4/2001]

Borden, William C. | Doctor and United States Major; Operating surgeon and commanding officer at Washington Barracks Hospital; Treated Reed for Appendicitis (1902); His (O'Reilly's) only notable contribution was the monograph on military surgery which appeared in the fourth edition of W. W. Keen's American Textbook of Surgery (1903), in which he collaborated with Major William C. Borden. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Borrell, Jose | President, Rotary Club de La Habana (1949) |Local Source [12/10/2001]

Bost, Helen |Relationship unknown, Nebo, North Carolina (1923) |Local Source [11/14/2001]

Boyd, Allen R. | Executive Assistant, Library of Congress (1936) | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Boyd, Mark F. |Director, Field Studies of Malaria in [Brazil], Rockefeller Commission (1924) |Partial LC Authority [11/15/2001]Full LC is: Boyd, Mark F. (Mark Frederick), 1889-1968.

Bozaard, Dr. | Doctor that Jesse Lazear knew | Local Source [10/25/2000]

Bowman, Jane | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Bradley, [s.n.] | United States Army Medical Corps,l France, 1917 | Local Source [4/4/2001]

Bradshaw, R. G. |Secretary, Virginia Alpha Chapter, Alpha Omega Alpha, Department of Medicine,University of Virginia (1947) | Local Source [9/4/2001]

Brancht, Frances |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Brandstadt, Wayne G. | Editor-in-Chief of the "United States Armed Forces Medical Journal." | Local Source [8/15/2001]

Brandt, Mr. | Worked for Lazear managing rental properties? | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Brandt, Mrs. | Worked for Lazear managing rental properties? | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Brechemin[?], [s.n.] | Involved with Canal Zone, 1906 | Local Source [4/4/2001]

Brewer, Edwin P. |Captain, United States Army, 7th U.S. Cavalry; 1899 Military Orders | Local Source [10/10/2001]

Brewer, Melvin D. | Alumni Secretary, Washington and Jefferson Colege (1940) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Brick, Abraham Lincoln | A Congressman; Indiana representative; served March 4 1899-April 7,1908 | Partial LC Authority [10/6/2000] Full LC is: Brick, Abraham Lincoln,1860-1908.

Bridges, C.H. | Major General; Adjutant General; War Department (1930) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Briggs, Mrs. Walter | SEE BRIGGS, MARGARET LAZEAR |

Briggs, Margaret Lazear | Daughter of Jesse W. Lazear; Used the names Margaret Lazear, Mrs. Walter Briggs, Mrs. W.D. Briggs; Peggy Lazear Briggs | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Briggs, Peggy Lazear | SEE BRIGGS, MARGARET LAZEAR |

Briggs, Thomas Lazear | Grandson of Jesse Lazear; Peggy's son? | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Briggs, Walter De Blois |Son-in-law of Dr. Jesse Lazear (1934); Married to Margaret (Peggy) Lazear | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Brill, G. Meredith |Managing Editor: "The Pharos", Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (1948) | Local Source [9/4/2001]

Brooke, Gen. | SEE Brooke, Roger; General, United States Army, Cuban operations (1899)| Local Source [4/4/2001]

Brooke, R.H. | Chief Clerk, Office of the Surgeon General, War Department,United States (1941) | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Brooke, Roger | Brigadier General, The Medical Field Service School, Carlisle Barrakcs, Pennsylvania (1940) | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Brooks, E.C. | Capatain, in Havana | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Brooks, George E. |Teacher in Farmville, Virginia? (1860)| Local Source [10/23/2000]

Brooks, Harlow | Physician, New York City; wrote to S.S. Goldwater | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Brown, Earl I. |Major, United States Army; U.S. Engineer Corps., Bell Building, Mongomery, Alabama (1915) | Local Source [11/6/2001]

Brown, Oren Britt |Friend of Walter and Mrs. Reed, Dayton, Ohio (1931) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Bruce, Philip A. | SEE BRUCE, PHILIP ALEXANDER |

Bruce, Philip Alexander |Dr. (Ph.D.?) LL.B., LL.D. ; Care Alumni Association, University of Virginia (1922) |Partial LC Authority [11/14/2001] Full LC is: Bruce, Philip Alexander, 1856-1933.

Brumby, Dr. | SEE BRUMBY, WILLIAM M. |

Brumby, William M. | Physician; friend of Ames an wrote paper on Ames; see Texas Department of Health History at: http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/print/TT/mdt40.html | Local Source [8/20/2001] Full LC is: Brumby, W. M.

Bruns, H.D. | Alabama malaria fighter | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Bryant, Mr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Brown, Miss | Employed by Laura Carter to finish her father's book | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Brumfield, W.A. | Physician; Virginia State Board of Health | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Bullard, John R. | Civilian yellow fever volunteer in 1900, 1901, 1928; born July 5, 1872 and died September 18, 1944; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Bullock, Helen Duprey |Chief, Historical Research |Partial LC Authority [9/7/2001] Full LC is: Bullock, Helen Claire Duprey, 1905- .

Burmeister, L. |Captain, United Fruit Company Steamship Service, Medical Department (Report of Death Document, 1923)| Local Source [6/5/2002]

Burnett, Frank C. | Brigadier General, United States War Department (1937) | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Bushnell, George E. |Relationship unknown; writes to Gorgas from Fort Baryard (1906) | Local Source [12/10/2001]

Bustinza, F. |PhD.?; Laboratorio de Fisiologia Vegetal (Jardin Botanico), Madrid, Spain |Local Source [9/6/2001]

Butcher, Jr., Howard |Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Butler, Dan B. | Wants to meet with Hench regarding recognition of Pinto | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Butler, Marion |United States Senator who served 1895-1901 representing North Carolina, lived 1863-1938 | Local Source [4/4/2001]

Butler, Senator | REPLACE WITH BUTLER, MARION |United States Senator, visits Cuba in 1900 | Local Source [4/4/2001]

Butsch, Janet |Wife of William Butsch; friend of the Hench's | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Butsch, William | Husband of Janet Butsch; friend of the Hench's | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Byam, Colonel | SEE Byam, Eber C. | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Byam, Eber C. | Colonel, Twenty-fourth Iowa Infanty, United States Civil War; Sent a copy of "The Practice of Medicine in the Tropics" to Carter | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Byam, W. |Major (1919), Lieutenant Colonel (1920) |Local Source [11/12/2001]

Byrd, J. L. |Physician, Health Officer of Cristobal and Colon (1923) |Local Source [11/15/2001]

Byrne, C. B. |Relationship unknown; may be same as Dr. Byrne (1893)|Local Source [1/16/2002]

Byrne, Dr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Byron, Dr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Caballero, Enrique | Physician; Public Health Worker (1921) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Cabarrouy, Gustavo | Member ("patron) of Cuban Camp Lazear Memorial Committee (1952-1953)

Cabell, Dr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/19/2000]

Cabell, James C. | Physician | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Cabrera, Julia Lomas | Cuban; helped Hench with Camp Lazear research (1940); Neice of Mrs. Rojas; Cousin of Maria Theresa Rojas [8/22/2001] | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Cabrera, Lidia | SEE CABRERA, LYDIA | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Cabrera, Lydia | ? Nurse/Companion or Neice to Maria Teresa [1]; there is a Lydia Cabera Award for Cuban Historical Studies; name may also appear as "Lidia Cabrera"; see the Lydia Cabrera Collection at: http://www.library.miami.edu/chcdigital/finding.html | Local Source [4/11/2001]

Cage, Hazel |Huntington, Indiana (1952) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Caldas, Dr. | Brazilian scientist, investigating yellow fever immunization in Cuba 1901 | Local Source [4/4/2001]

Caldwell, Bert W. | Physician; Rockefeller Foundation; Mexican Yellow Fever Commission (1921) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Calver, Homer N. |Executive Secretary, The American Public Health Association, New York City, New York (1924) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Campbell, Dorothy |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Canby, Col. | Officer, United States Army, acquaintance of Truby and the Keans, 1923 | Local Source [4/4/2001]

Canby, Mrs. | Wife of Colonel Canby, 1923 | Local Source [4/4/2001]

Canseco, Victor Diez | Peruvian Physician; Official in Yellow Fever campaign | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Capina, Pedro Nel | President of Peru | Local Source {4/27/2001]

Carbonell Ponce, Felipe | Cuban Physician; associated with establishing Camp Lazear Memorial (1942) | Local Source [4/27/2001] , [1/16/2002]

Carde, [s.n.] |Inspection General, des Services Sanitaires et Medicaux (Dakar, 1923) |Local Source [12/10/2001]

Cardenas, J. Gil | Physician; involved in Peruvian Yellow Fever Campaign (1921) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Cardenas, Pedro Machado de |Physician (1942) |Local Source [1/18/2002]

Cardenas, Raul de | Vice President of the Republic of Cuba (1948; docuement 04231011) | Local Source [6/5/2001]

Cardenas, [s.n.] | SEE Cardenas, Raul de |

Carey, Frank | Reporter, Associated Press; Wrote article on Reed in 1950 | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Carrier, Gene |from Cuba (1953) | Local Source [1/18/2002]

Carling, Mrs. Samuel T. | Provides information to Robin Lampson for a biography of Gorgas, 1937 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Carnegie, Mr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/18/2000]

Carr, G. Jameson | Physician; General Director of the International Health Board, Yellow Fever Commission in Brazil;l Department of Public Health (1925); name varies as G. J. Carr | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Carroll, George | Son of James Carroll; name also appears as George I.H. Carroll | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Carroll, Mrs. George | Wife of George Carroll | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Carroll, Harry M. |Lawyer, Donna, Texas (1926) |Local Source [10/19/2001]

Carroll, James | Physician; Major in the United States Army; born June 5, 1854 and died September 16, 1907; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Carroll, Jennie | Mrs. James Carroll | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Cartaya, Dr. | Cuban physician in the National Department of Sanitation, 1908 | Local Source [4/5/2001]

Carter, Edward Champe | Son (2nd) of Henry Rose Carter; name also appears as Ed or Ned | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Carter, Emma Coleman | Mother of Henry Rose Carter | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Carter, Henry | Son of Henry Rose Carter |SEE CARTER, JR., HENRY ROSE | Local Source [1/29/2002]

Carter, Henry Rose | Physician; Assistant Surgeon General (commissioned by special act of Congress in 1915), Public Health Service; Univeristy of Virginia graduate in Civil Engineering (1873); U.S. Marine Hopsital [12/23/2000] | Partial LC Authority [10/2/2000] Full LC is: Carter, Henry Rose, 1852-1925.

Carter, J.C. | Assistant Sanitary Engineer, United States Public Health Service | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Carter, Laura | Daughter of Henry Rose and Laura Eugenia Hook Carter SEE CARTER, LAURA ARMISTEAD; note that name transcription varies |

Carter, Laura A. | Wife of Henry Rose Carter; name also appears as Laura Sr, Laura Eugenia Hook Carter; died in 1920; Some of these entries should be CARTER, LAURA EUGENIA HOOK; note that there may be great variation in how this name has been referenced |

Carter, Laura Armistead | Daughter of Henry Rose and Laura Eugenia Hook Carter; other/married name is Mrs. E. R. Stitt| Local Source [4/27/2001]

Carter, Laura Eugenia Hook | Wife of Henry Rose Carter | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Carter, [s.n.] (Henry Rose?) | SEE CARTER, HENRY ROSE

Carter, Jr., Henry Rose | Name appears as Ed, Eddy, Ned (as a baby), Henry | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Cartwright, George | Colonel or Major General; Assistant to the Head of the United States Quartermaster Department; died of Yellow Fever; full name is George S. Cartwright [8/20/2001] | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Cartwright, Sra. [Senora] Alfredo | Newspaper clipping [in Spanish], El Telegrafo, Guayaquil, Ecuador, July 6, 1916 | Local Source [6/2/2002]

Carulla, Dr. | Physician, Cuban Sanitation | Local Source [4/5/2001]

Casas, Manuel | Yellow Fever patient | Local Source [4/5/2001]

Cascorrcelos, A. B. |Department of Public Health, Mexico (1922) | Local Source [11/14/2001]

Cassidy, Helen | Corresponded with Hench regarding article for "mayovox" | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Castillo, Pablo Ruiz | Yellow Fever volunteer | Local Source [4/5/2001]

Castillo, Pedro A. |Physician, Vedado, Cuba (1952)| Local Source [9/7/2001]

Castro, Juan D. | Cuban Official (1940's?) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Caswell, William | SEE CASWELL, JR., WILLIAM W. |

Caswell, Jr., William W.| Correspondent of Hench, took part in Camp Lazear dedication ceremony | Local Source [6/5/2001]

Cattell, J. McK. | SEE CATTELL, JAMES MCKEEN | Editor of the Journal of Science, 1925 | Local Source [4/5/2001]

Cattell, James McKeen | Psychologist, Publisher, and Editor; see: http://www.indiana.edu/~intell/jcattell.html | Partial LC Authority [4/5/2001] Full LC is: Cattell, James McKeen, 1860-1944.

Cavassa, Nicolas | SEE CAVASSA, NICOLAS E. |

Cavassa, Nicolas E. |Physician; involved in Yellow Fever Campaign; Guadalupe (Guadelupe), Peru (1921); name varies as Nicoles E. Cavassa | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Caverico, Charles | (1910) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Celli, [s.n.] | Physician or Scientist with a lab in Rome; pioneered use of quinine (1902-1914) | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Cervantes, Enrique |Physician; Editor, Medicas [journal],"America Clinica", Inter-American Division, The New York Academy of Medicine | Local Source [8/31/2001]

Cespedes, Pres. | SEE DE CESPEDES, CARLOS MANUEL Cuban President (c.1933?) |

Chaille, [s.n.] | SEE CHAILLE, STANFORD E. |A doctor; who worked in New Orleans; drew up table that Kelly used. |

Chaille, Stanford E. | Physician; was Head of Yellow Fever Commission (1879-1880); see: http://virtualmuseumofhistory.com/stanfordemersonchaille/ | Partial LC Authority [4/27/2001] Full LC is: Chaille, Stanford E. (Stanford Emerson), 1830-1911.

Chaille, Stanford L. | SEE CHAILLE, STANFORD E. |

Chapin, Elizabeth |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Chapman, George E. |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Chapman, Helen |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Charles Scribner's Sons |Used as Corporate Author; book vendor; see: http://www.galegroup.com/scribners/about.htm | Full LC Authority [7/24/2002]: Charles Scribner's Sons

Chavez, Camilo |Colonel, Cuban Army Airforce, Marianao, Cuba | Local Source [9/4/2001]

Chickering, Dr. | Physician, International Health Foundation (1923) | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Chisholm, Colin | Scotish writer on Yellow Fever | Partial LC Authority [4/27/2001] Full LC is: Chisholm, Colin, 1755-1825.

Chrisman, R.B. | Involved with the Camp Lazear dedication | Local Source [6/7/2001]

Christensen, Emmy L. | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Christian, Henry A. |Physician, Brookline, Massachusettes (1948) | Local Source [12/12/2001]

Chrystie, Mrs. Percival | (1907) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Church, Dr. | Physician, Cuban Sanitation, 1908 | Local Source [4/5/2001]

Church, Martha | Wife of William Church | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Church, William | Husband of Martha Church| Local Source [8/29/2001]

Claibourne, W. S. |Reverend; Secretary, The DuBose Memorial Church Training School, Monteagle, Tennessee (1925) | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Clark, G. Glenwood |Assistant Professor, English and Journalism, College of William & Mary, Williamburg, Virginia (1952) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Clark, Herbert C. | Head of the Gorgas Institute | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Clark, Hubert Lyman | Researcher; contracted Yellow Fever in 1887 on a Johns Hopkins research trip to Jamaica | Partial LC Authority [4/27/2001] Full LC is: Clark, Hubert Lyman, 1870-1947.

Clark, Jerome | Captain, Finance Department, Pay & Mileage Division (1939?) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Clark, [s.n.] | United States Public Health Service Drainage Engineer (1918-1920'S) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Clarke, Taliaferro | United States Public Health Service; research in trachoma and pediatric hygiene | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Clemons, Harry | Librarian (10th one) at the University of Virginia from 1927-1950| Partial LC Authority [10/13/2000] Full LC is: Clemons, Harry, 1879-1968.

Cline, W.G. | United States Public Health employee (1917) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Cobb, J. O. |Physician, United States Marine Hospital, Chelsea, Massachusettes (1925) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Coello, Carlos |Physician; Acting Assistant Surgeon, The United States Public Health Service; Yellow Fever Public Health Work in Guyaquil, Ecuador (1923); name also appears as Carlos V. Coello and Carlos O. Coello| Local Source [4/27/2001]

Cohn, A.E. | Co-author with Noguchi on paper: on the heart and yellow fever in animals | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Colby, John | ? | Local source [8/17/2001]

Colby, Newell, R. | Camp Columbia volunteer (1900) | Local Source [4/27/2001]

Colcord, Mabel |From the Library of Bureau of Entymology and Plant Quarantine, Department of Agriculture (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Coles, Charles H. |Chief of Photo Division, The American Museum of Natural History, New York City, New York (1948) | Local Source [9/3/2001] [fixed 10/16/2001]

Colete, Honorato | Sub-Chief, Cuban Ministry of Public Works; interested in Camp Lazear | Local Source [5/10/2001]

College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University |Used as Corporate Author | Local name used [7/30/2002] LC entry is: College of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New York.

Colman, Ronald | American actor; Born February 9, 1891, in Richmond, Surrey, England and Died May 19, 1958, in San Ysidro, Montecito, CA; see: http://www.mdle.com/ClassicFilms/FeaturedStar/star58.htm | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000] Full LC is: Colman, Ronald, 1891-1958.

Comstock, Charles W. | |Local Source [12/12/2001]

Conant, Franklin Story | Researcher? from Johns Hopkins; died of Yellow Fever on research trip to Jamaica (1897) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Conat, Mabel L. | Librarian; Chief, Reference Department, The Public Library, Detroit Michigan (1940); The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) President (1942-1943)| Local Source [8/29/2001]

Connal, A. |Physician; Medical Research Institute, Yaba, West Africa (1923) |Local Source [11/14/2001]

Connor, M.E. | SEE CONNOR, MICHAEL E. |

Connor, Michael E. | Physician; involved with Yellow Fever work in Ecuador, Peru (1921) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Coogle, C.P. | Assistant Sanitary Engineer, United States Public Health Service (1924) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Cook, Claude M. | Acting Hospital Steward, was in charge of quarantine, Camp Lazear | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Cook, Lottie | Nurse, United States Army; Hired to work with yellow fever patients in Cuba (1900); possibly lived 1865-1936 (?) [8/22/2001]| Local Source [8/17/2001]

Cook, Robert P. | SEE COOKE, ROBERT P. | Physician; cited as Robert Page Cook in the documents; appears also as Cooke, Robert P. |

Cooke, Mr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/12/2000]

Cooke, Mrs. Robert P. | Wife of Robert P. Cooke | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Cooke, Robert P. | United States Army medical doctor, Yellow Fever Experiment volunteer, Cuba 1900; full name is Robert Powell Page Cooke October 12, 1874- October 27, 1943; was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor | Local Source [4/5/2001]

Cooksley, F.A. |Librarian, Rochester Academy of Medicine, Rochester, New York (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Coolidge, Calvin | United States President, 1923-1929; Massachusetts Governor, 1919-1921 | Partial LC Authority [5/1/2001] Full LC is: Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933.

Copeland, Royal S. | United States Senator for New York; served 1923-1938 | Partial LC Authority [10/3/2000] Full LC is: Copeland, Royal S. (Royal Samuel), 1868-1938.

Corder, Everett |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Correspondent to the Journal of the American Medical Association | "Regular Correspondent," specific name unknown (1922), see record number 03063022 | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Cornell, V. H. |Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army; associated with the American Registry of Pathology, National Research Council | Partial LC Authority [8/28/2001] Full LC is: Cornell, Virgil H.(Virgil Heath), 1890-1954.

Cornwall, Luther M. | Bookseller: Luther M. Cornwall, Co. | Local Source [10/10/2001]

Cornwell, Dean | Painter, "Conquerors of Yellow Fever" | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Coroalles, [s.n.] | Brother of Elida Moran | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Corrigan, John P. | Worked under Hanson with Rockefeller Yellow Fever Commission in Peru (1921) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Corrigan, Joseph A. | Sanitary inspector; had Yellow Fever in 1905 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Cose, John | American? seaman who contracted Yellow Fever mysteriously (1922) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Councilman, [s.n.] | Professor at Hopkins?, 1906 | Local Source [4/5/2001]

Cousin Ellen | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Cousin Harry | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Cousin Jess | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Coville, Frederick V. |Botanist, United States Department of Agriculture, corresponded with Mrs. Reed (1929) | Partial LC Authority [5/1/2001] Full LC is: Coville, Frederick V. (Frederick Vernon), 1867-1937.

Covington, Albert W. | Army private; yellow fever volunteer; see also Covington, A.W., full name is Albert Wall Covington July 1 1877 - April 20, 1934; was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Cowley, R.F. |Associated with the Clinical Lab of Dr. Alberto Recio (Havana, Cuba) (1940) | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Cox, [s.n.] | Johnson City, Tenn. Judge involved in popularizing "Walter Reed" | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Cox, Wesley, C. | Physician (M.D., F.A. C. P.); Major, Medical Army Corps, United States; gave a lecture on Walter Reed in 1935 | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Craig, [s.n.] | Physician?; suggested to Gorgas as Chief of Laboratory, Canal Zone Department of Health, 1936 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Crain, Darrell C. | Physician, Washington, D.C.; acquaintance of P.S. Hench (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Crain, Earl T. | Involved with the Camp Lazear dedication | Local Source [6/7/2001]

Crane, J.W. | Alumni Director, Medical School, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada (1941) | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Creek, R. H. | SEE CREEL, RICHARD H. |

Creel, R. H. | SEE WITH CREEL, RICHARD H. |

Creel, R. H. |Assistant Surgeon General, United States; Wrote Outbreak and Suppression of Plague in Porto Rico. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1913 (see http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/booksdocs/spanam/gillett3/bib.htm); full name is Richard H.. Creel | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Crenshaw, John L. |Physician; St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester Minnesota (1938); Alumnus of the University of Virginia | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Crenshaw, [s.n.] | SEE Crenshaw, John L. |

Cresne, Ralph N. |Physician, State Health Officer, State Board of Health, Jacksonville, Florida (1920) |Local Source [11/12/2001]

Croasdale, Bill |N.W. Ayer & Sons, Inc., New York, New York (1953) | Local Source [12/14/2001]

Croll, J.M. | Public Health patient who died of Yellow Fever in Puerto Rico (1916) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Crook, General | Relationship unknown(1870's-1880's) | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Cross, Dr. | Died of Yellow Fever in Mexico (1921) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Cross, H. M. | Employee of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, New York (1940) | Local Source [7/24/2002]

Crossby, [s.n.] | Major and Surgeon, U.S.A. (1902)| Local Source [10/11/2001]

Crowell, M.B. | Editor, Thomas Nelson & Sons publishers | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Cruse, Thomas | Second Lieutenant, 6th U.S. Cavalry; friend of Walter Reed's at Fort Apache | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Cruz, Oswaldo | Physician; responsible for sanitary work agains yellow fever in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, 1909; see: http://www.sjsu.edu/depts/Museum/oswald.html | Partial LC Authority [4/9/2001] Full LC is: Cruz, Oswaldo, 1872-1917.

Cuaron, Alfredo | Physician; worked on Yellow Fever campain in Mexico (1922) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Cudlipp, J.S. | Secretary to the General Manager, United Fruit Company | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Cullen, Dr. |Howard A. Kelly's contact |Local Source [10/12/2001]

Cullom, Shelby M. | United States Senator (1883-1913) and Representative (1873-1874) from Illinois; | Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000] Full LC is: Cullom, Shelby M. (Shelby Moore), 1829-1914.

Cullom, [s.n.] | SEE CULLOM, SHELBY M. |

Cumming, Dr. | SEE CUMMING, HUGH S. |from Susan's list [4/9/2001]

Cumming, Hugh S. | Surgeon General of the Public Health Service; served March 3, 1920-January 31, 1936 | Partial LC Authority [10/3/2000] Full LC is: Cumming, Hugh S. (Hugh Smith), 1869-1948.

Cumming, Hugh Smith | SEE Cumming, Hugh S.|

Cumming, James G. |Lieutenant Colonel, United States Medical Corps, Army Medical School, Washington, D. C. (1920) | Local Source [11/13/2001]

Cumpston, J. H. L. |Director-General of Health, Commonwealth of Australia (1925) |Partial LC Authority [11/16/2001] Full LC is: Cumpston, J. H. L. (John Howard Lidgett), 1880-1954.

Cunningham, A.B. | Landowner and landlord, Brunswick County, Virginia (1917) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

Cunningham, Hugh |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Curie, Marie | Scientist | Partial LC Authority [10/13/2000] Full LC is: Curie, Marie, 1867-1934.

Curjel, Dagman F. |Author; Physician? |Local Source [11/14/2001]

Curl, [s.n.] | Works with Gorgas in the Canal Zone | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Curry, D. P. | Physician, worked in the Panama Canal Zone as Acting Chief Health Officer (1922) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Cushing, Harvey |Surgeon-in-Chief, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston Massachusetts (1925); Physician/Surgeon, Baltimore Maryland (1907) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Dabney, A.S. |Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army (1938)| Local Source [8/28/2001]

Dabney, M. Y. |Editor, Journal of the Southern Medical Association (1923) | Local Source [12/10/2001

Daly, James | Secretary Entertainment Committee, St. Paul Minnesota (1901)| Local Source [10/11/2001]

Dampf, Alfons |Physician?, Escuela Nacional De Sciencias, Mexico | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Dalzell, John | United States Representative from Pennsylvania; served March 4 1887- March 3, 1913. Instrumental in getting Annuity Bill passed for Lazear-Carroll Widows (1908); see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=D000016 | Partial LC Authority [11/03/2000] Full LC is: Dalzell, John, 1845-1927.

Daniel, May |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Daniel, W.M. | REPLACE WITH DANIEL, WALTER M. |

Daniel, Walter M. | United Fruit Company, Havana Division, Havana, Cuba (1923) | Local Source [12/12/2001] [1/17/2002]

Danziger, Alfred |From New Orleans, Lousiana (1942); Acquaintance of P.S. Hench | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Darling, Samuel Taylor |Pathologist, worked with the Rockefeller Foundation International Health Board in the early 1900's and with the United States Public Health Service in the 1920's. | Partial LC Authority [5/1/2001] Full LC is: Darling, Samuel Taylor, 1872-1925.

Darnall, C.R. | A general referred to in 1930 letter United States | Local Source [10/4/2000]

Dart, Raymond O. |Brigadier General/Colonel, Medical Corps Director, Army Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. (1948) | Local Source [9/4/2001]

Davenport, Frederick Morgan | United States Congressman for New York; served March 4, 1925-March 3, 1933 | Partial LC Authority [10/3/2000] Full LC is: Davenport, Frederick Morgan, 1866-1956.

Davenport, [s.n.] | SEE DAVENPORT, FREDERICK MORGAN |

Davis, Gen. | ?Governor of Canal Zone, 1905 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Davis, H. A. | SEE DAVIS, HARRY A.

Davis, Harry A. | Major, United States Army; associated with the Army Medical Mueseum; name may also appear as H. A. Davis(1940) | [12/12/2001]

Davis, Horace W. |Pittsfield, Massachusetts (1940) |Local Source [12/13/2001]

Davis, John Staige |Professor, Anatomy, University of Virginia (1893-19??); President, Medical Society of Virginia (1924)| Partial LC Authority [8/22/2001] Full LC is: Davis, John Staige, 1866-1933.

Davis, Miss | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Davis, W.B. | Officer, United States Army Medical Corps., Sanitary Officer for Havana | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Davis, William T. | Physician; full name is William Thornwall Davis | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Davison, Wilburt C. |Office of the Dean, School of Medicine, Duke University, North Carolina (1931) |Local Source [10/29/2001]

Dawson, Lord | President, Royal College of Physicians, 1931-19?? | Local Source [5/1/2001]

De Cardenas, Pedro Machado |Havana, Cuba (1941) | Local Source [8/31/2001]

De Cardenas, Raul | Vice President, Cuba (1948) | Local Source [8/22/2001]

De Castro, Raimundo | Involved with Camp Lazear dedication; Alumnus of Columbia University [8/22/2001] | Local Source [6/7/2001]

De Cespedes, Carlos Manuel | President of Cuba | Partial LC Authority [4/27/2001]Full LC is: Câespedes y Quesada, Carlos Manuel de, 1871-1939.

De Kruif, Paul | Author of Microbe Hunters and play "Yellow Jack" with Sidney Howard | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000] Full LC is: De Kruif, Paul, 1890-1971.

De Lamar, Henry | Camp Columbia volunteer (1900) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

de Long, Chaley L. | Patient with a fever chart | Local Source [8/20/2001]

de Niedman, W.F. | Army Physician, Cuba (ca 1898), corresponded with Kean (1929) | Local Source [5/1/2001]

de Schweinitz, E.A. | A doctor | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Dean, E. R. | ? (1907) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Dean, William H. | Army private; yellow fever volunteer 10/9/2000; full name William Hanaford Dean born January 6, 1877 and died May 3, 1928; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Dean-Throckmorton, Jeanette | Medical Librarian | Local Source [10/12/2001]

DeCoursey, Elbert | Pathologist; Army Officer; b. 04/12/1902, d. 12/04/1994, US Army, Major General, Res: San Antonio, TX, Plot: V 0 185, bur. 12/07/1994 (http://www.interment.net/data/us/tx/bexar/ftsamnat/d/ft_sam_d05.htm); see also: http://www.uky.edu/Alumni/TextOnly/alumnihall/decourseyE.htm | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Deek, Mr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Deek, Mrs. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Deeks, W.E. | SEE DEEKS, WILLIAM E. | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Deeks, William E. |Physician; Manager, Medical Dept., United Fruit Company (1925); name varies as W. E. Deeks | Local Source [11/15/2001]

del Barrio, P. |Superintendant, Hospital Santo Tomas, Panama (1909) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

del Valle, J. A. Lopez | SEE LOPEZ DEL VALLE, JOSE A. (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Deland, Margaret | SEE DELAND, MARGARET WADE CAMPBELL |

Deland, Margaret Wade Campbell | American author; also appears as Deland, Margaret | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000] Full LC is: Deland, Margaret Wade Campbell, 1857-1945.

Delaney, M. A. |Associated with The Field Artillery School, Station Hospital, Fort Sill, Oklahoma (1925) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Delgado | SEE DELGADO, [S.N.] |

Delgado, Abelardo | Son of Claudio Delgado | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Delgado, Claudio | Father of Abelardo Delgado | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Delgado, Dolores Alonso viuda de | Wife of Claudio Delgado | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Delgado, [s.n.] | Carlos J. Finlay's assistant | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Denby, Edwin |United States Congressinal Representative from Michigan; served March 4, 1905-March 3, 1911; lived 1870-1929 | Partial LC Authority [5/2/2001] Full LC is: Denby, Edwin, 1870-1929.

Denno, S. J. | Physician with Standard Oil Company (1922-1923) | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Denny, Mr. | Introduced H.R. Bill 13639 regarding pension for Mabel H. Lazear to Congress (1901) | Local Source [6/6/2002]

Derby, George |Managing Editor, James T. White & Co., New York, New York (1915) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Devereux, [s.n.] | Commanding Ambulance Service, France, 1917 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Derivaux, R.C. | Vanderbilt Professor | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Dewey, J. O. |Author; Physician? |Local Source [11/14/2001]

DeWitt, Calvin | U.S. Colonel; Assistant Surgeon General (1902) | Local Source [10/19/2000]

DeWitt, Dr. | POSSIBLY SAME AS DEWITT, CALVIN | Physician; United States Army Medical Corps., Cuba, 1900 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Diaz, Alva | Physician, involved with Public Health of Yellow Fever work in Peru (1921) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Dick, Charles | United States Congressman from Ohio, served 1898-1904 and United States Senator from Ohio, served 1904-1911; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=D000302 |Partial LC Authority 11/03/2000] Full LC is: Dick, Charles, 1858-1945. Full name is Charles William Frederick Dick.

Dickinson, Robert L. | Physician, Brooklyn, New York | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Dickson, John | Managing Editor, The National Cyclopedia of American Biography | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Dieterich, Dr. | Worked on International Health Board, leptospira experiments (1923) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Dieterich, [s.n.] | REPLACE WITH DIETERICH, DR. | Worked on International Health Board, leptospira experiments (1923) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Dimock, Mrs. Edward J. |from Manhasset, Long Island, New York (1941) | Local Source [1/18/2002]

Direccion de Salubridad |Lima, Peru (1921) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Director of Public Health |Lima, Peru (1921) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Dirk, Senator | United States Senator - same as Everett MicKinley Dirksen (1896-1969)?? | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Dodge, Col. | Chief paymaster in Cuba; recovered from Yellow Fever (1900) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Dodge, Douglas R. |Physician, Las Encimas Sanitarium, Pasadena, California | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Dominguez, Panchon | Physician, Cuba; fervent defender of Finlay; could be variant of Francisco Domingues Roldan |Local Source [8/22/2001]

Dominguez Roldan, Alfredo | SEE DOMINGUEZ [ROLDAN], FRANCISCO |

Dominguez [Roldan], Francisco | Cuban physician; biographer of Finlay; lived 1864-1942; named varies as Francisco Dominguez Roldan; he mainly goes by Francisco Dominguez| Local Source [4/9/2001]

Dominguez, Tecla Boffil viuda de |from Marinao, Havana, Cuba (1942) | Local Source [1/21/2002]

Donally, A. H. | Physician; SAME AS H.H. DONALLY??? |

Donnally, H.H. | Physician; involved with Reed Memorial (1907) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Donnally, [s.n.] | SEE DONNALLY, H.H. |

Doty, Alvah H. |(1928) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Dougherty, Jr., T. H., |of the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1935) | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Dowling, Oscar |Physician; President and Executive Officer, Louisiana State Board of Health (1917) | Local Source [11/7/2001]

Downing, Charles | Captain, Q.M.R.C. (1918) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Doyle, Capt. | Officer, Ambulance Service, France, 1917 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Driscoll, Daniel L. | Infected with yellow fever by Ames at Ft. McIntosh (Texas) | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Driscoll, Mary G. |Aunt of P.S. Hench; also known as "Auntie Gie" | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Dublin, [s.n.] | United States Public Health Service Statistician (1918) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Duffield, M. P. | From Hardsocg Manufacturing Company (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Dunn, L.H. | SEE DUNN, LAWRENCE H. |

Dunn, Lawrence H. | Researcher with Rockefeller Foundation regarding Yellow Fever work done in West Africa, 1927 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Dunshie, J. F. | Physician (1901) | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Duque, Dr. | Cuban physician, defender of Finlay | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Dutcher, Maj. | Physician, San Juan PR Military Hospital (1916) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Early, Jubal | SEE EARLY, JUBAL ANDERSON |

Early, Jubal Anderson | Civil War personage associated Reed as a child | Partial LC Authority [8/20/2001] Full LC is: Early, Jubal Anderson, 1816-1894.

Eastman, Dr. | Doctor that Jesse Lazear knew | Local Source [10/25/2000]

Echeverria, J. R. | SEE ECHEVERRIA, JOSE R. | Physician, Havana, Cuba (1952) | Local Source [12/13/2001]

Echeverria, Jose R. |Physician; took part in Camp Lazear dedication ceremony as a University of Maryland graduate as was Carroll (1952) | Local Source [6/5/2001

Echeverria Rafael T. | Major, United States Surgeon, Sanitary Officer and Army Officer in Cuba (1900); played a part in rental of Camp Lazear site; found in Hench correspondence | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Echeverria, Rafael F. | SEE ECHEVERRIA RAFAEL T. | Major, United States Surgeon, Sanitary Officer and Army Officer in Cuba (1900); played a part in rental of Camp Lazear site; found in Hench correspondence | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Eckman, James |Dr. (?M.D. or Ph.D.); Head of Editorial Department (?University of Virginia) (1951)| Local Source [12/13/2001]

Editor | New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Edmunds, Major | United States Army; died of Yellow Fever in Cuba (1900) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Edmunds, Mrs. | Wife of Major Edmunds; recovered from Yellow Fever (1900) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Edmundson, Frank |Physician, Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh (1941) | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Edsall, David L. | Physician; Dean of the Harvard University Medical School, 1924 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Edward, Major | Died of Yellow Fever in Cuba; Kean visited him | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Edwards, [s.n.] | Acquaintance of Gorgas, 1906 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Elchinger, Charles F. |Purser, United Fruit Company Steamship Service, Medical Department (Report of Death Document, 1923); name appears as Chas. F. Elchinger| Local Source [6/5/2002]

Eliot, Charles William | President of Harvard University; served 1869-1909 | Partial LC Authority [10/19/2000] Full LC is: Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926.

Eliot, Chas W. | SEE ELIOT, CHARLES WILLIAM

Elizalde, Rafael H. |? (1916) | Local Source [11/7/2001]

Elliot, Charles A. | Physician | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Ellis, Col. | Colonel in United States Army. Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/24/2000] Same as a Horace Ellis (1896) ???

Elmore, Vincent M. | Involved with the Camp Lazear dedication | Local Source [6/7/2001]

England, Thomas M. | Army private; yellow fever volunteer; full name Thomas Marcus England born October 14, 1876 and died July 23, 1943; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Ennis, T. James |Manager, Hotel Nacional de Cuba, Havana (1947) | Local Source [9/4/2001]

Ernst, Harold C. | Harvard University Medical School, Boston (1908) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Esmey, Kindall |Student, Woodrow Wilson Junior High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Espinosa y G. Caceres, Luis |Physician; Director de la Division de Relaciones, Medicas y Sanitarias Panamericanas, Instituto Finlay, La Habana, Cuba (1945) | Local Source [12/13/2001]

Ezdorf, R. H. von | SEE VON EZDORF, RUDOLPH H.

Fairchild, Jr., D.S. | Leutenant Colonel, United States Medical Corps; Secretary to Surgeon General? | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Fallon, John |Physician; Surgeon; Fallon Clinic, Worcester, Massachusetts (1942)| Local Source [9/3/2001]

Farshish, P. | (1910) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Fatcher, Dr. | Doctor. Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/24/2000]

Fauntleory, [s.n.] | Quarantine Officer, San Juan, Columbia | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Felt, John P. |Relationship unknown (1923) | Local Source [12/13/2001]

Feraud, Beranger | French Physician; wrote book on Yellow Fever | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Ferguson, [s.n.] | Civilian Clerk employed by the United States Army, in Cuba, died of Yellow Fever (1900) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes, Gonzalo | 16th Century Explorer; Writer on the West Indies | Partial LC Authority [5/7/2001] Full LC is: Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes, Gonzalo, 1478-1557.

Fernandez, Felix E. | Physician, Havana, Cuba | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Fernandez, Fernando Lopez | Director, Las Animas Hospital (1948) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Fernandez, Nicanor | Volunteer in Yellow Fever Experiments, 1900, 1901 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Ferrell, John A. |Physician; Member, National Malaria Commision (1924); Officer of the International Health Board? | Partial LC Authority [5/2/2001] Full LC is: Ferrell, John A. (John Atkinson), 1880-1965.

Ferrer, Bartolome | Rented part of San Jose Farm (1905) | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Ferris, Dr. | Wrote 1923 report of cases of yellow fever in Ouidah, West Africa | Local Source [6/7/2002]

Figueroa, Estanislao Pardo | President, Academy of Medcine in Lima, Peru (1919 - 1921) | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Finlay, Carlos E. | Physician; Son of Carlos J. Finlay | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Finlay, Carlos J. | Cuban Physician; a lieutenant; name also appears as Carlos Juan Finlay; lived 1833-1915; biographical information can be found at: http://www.finlay-online.com/welcome/whowasdrfinlay.htm; | Partial LC Authority [10/3/2000] Full LC is: Finlay, Carlos Juan,1833-1915.

Finlay, Carlos Juan | SEE FINLAY, CARLOS J. |

Finlay, Frank | Son of Carlos Finlay | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Finlay Institute |Institute concerned with public health in Cuba; see http://www.finlay-online.com/finlayinstitute/| Local Source [7/24/2002]

Fishback, Dorothy |Student, Woodrow Wilson Junior High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Fishback, Mary | Assistant, Reference Department, Indianapolis Public Library (1940) | Local Source [12/13/2001]

Fishbein, Morris | Physician; Editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association from 1924 to 1949 ( as per http://social-sciences.uchicago.edu/fishbein/people/morris.htm); Editor of Hygeia (1941) | Partial LC Authority [8/22/2001] Full LC is: Fishbein, Morris, 1889-1976.

Fisher, H. C. |Chief Health Officer (1919) | Local Source [12/17/2001]

Fisher, L.M. | Association Sanitary Engineer, Publich Health Service (1921) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Fisher, [s.n.] | United States Army Medical Corps., 1917 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Flannagan, Roy K. | Physician; Virginia State Board of Health (1917) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Fleming, Bradford | Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Fletcher, C. C. |Associate Chemist, Soil Fertility Investigations, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, United States Department of Agriculture (1929) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Flexner, Simon | Physician; Professor, Johns Hopkins University, 1902; Member, Rockefeller Foundation International Health Board (1917-1919); biographer of W.H. Welch | Partial LC Authority [4/9/2001] Full LC is: Flexner, Simon, 1863-1946.

Folk, Levi | SEE FOLK, LEVI E. | Volunteer in the Yellow Fever Experiments | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Folk, Levi E. | Army private; yellow fever volunteer; full name Levi Everett Folk born February 7, 1870 and died February 9, 1936; congressional gold medal recipient |Local Source [10/4/2000]

Foltz, Capt. | Officer, Second Calvary, United States Army, Cuba, 1901 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Fontaine, Katherine |Young student, Portsmouth, Virginia (1924) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Fontaine, Louise | (1924) | Local Source [12/13/2001]

Fontleroy, Dr. | Captain, United States Army Medical Corps, Advisor to the Sanitary Dept. of Cuba, 1908 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Forbes, Alice |Mother of Wallace W. Forbes who was a yellow fever experiment survivor; Chicago, Illinois (1942)| Local Source [8/31/2001]

Forbes, Mrs. | SEE Forbes, Alice (1942) |

Forbes, Wallace | SEE FORBES, WALLACE W. | Volunteer with the Yellow Fever Experiments | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Forbes, Wallace W. | Army private; yellow fever volunteer; full name Wallace Wellington Forbes born September 25, 1878 and died in 1948; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Force, Edith R. |Science Department, Wilson Junior High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Forns, Alberto Recio | Cuban Physician (1944); came from a List from Michael; believed to be different person from Dr. Alberto Recio (9/3/2001) | Local Source [5/17/2001]

Fors, Alberto J. | (1941) | Local Source [12/13/2001]

Forth, Stubbins | Researcher, Yellow Fever; mentioned in Laura Wood book | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Forwood | SEE FORWOOD, WILLIAM H.

Forwood, [s.n.] | SEE FORWOOD, WILLIAM H. |

Forwood, William H. | United States Army Surgeon General; served 8 June-7 September 1902; full name is William Henry Forwood; lived 1838-1915; see: http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/Forwood.htm | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Fosdick, Harry Emerson | American Minister, NYC Riverside Church; orator; worked with Peabody to publicize Reed (1920's) |Partial LC Authority [10/6/2000] Full LC is: Fosdick, Harry Emerson, 1878-1969.

Foster, J.G. | Assistant Sanitary Engineer, United States Public Health Service (1924)| Local Source [5/2/2001]

Fowler, George | On General Lee's staff in 1899 | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Fox, Carroll | Assistant Surgeon, United States Public Health Service (1920's) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Franck, Lillie W. |Wife of William R. Franck, Washington, D.C. (1948) | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Franco, Roberto | Physician; President, National Academy of Medicine, Columbia (1923) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Franklin, Maj. | Officer, Ambulance Service, France, 1917 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Fransway, Arlyne C. | George E.Armstrong's Secretary | Local Source [8/15/2001]

Freeman, Douglas | (1914) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Freer, Harry L. |Chief Clerk, Office of the Chief of Engineers, War Department, United States Army P1941) | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Freire, Domingos | Bacteriologist, Brazil | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Freire, Dr. | SEE FREIRE, DOMINGOS | Accomplished work in bacteriology before 1907 | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Freyberg, R. H. |Physician, Rheumatology, Ann Arbor, Michigan (1941) |Partial LC Authority [12/13/2001] Full LC is: Freyberg, Richard H., ßd 1904-.

Fricks, L.D. | SEE FRICKS, LUNSFORD D. |

Fricks, Lunsford D. | Physician, Public Health Service Administrator (1920's) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Froes, J.A.G. | Author, etiology of Yellow Fever (1923) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Frost. Dr. | SEE FROST, WADE HAMPTON A doctor | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Frost, Mrs. | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Frost, Susan |Young Student, Baltimore,Maryland |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Frost, W.H. | SEE FROST, WADE HAMPTON |

Frost, Wade H. | SEE FROST, WADE HAMPTON |

Frost, Wade Hampton | Physician, Epidemiologist, was on faculty at Johns Hopkins University, edited Carter's manuscript, (1928); name varies as Wade H. Frost and W. H. Frost | Partial LC Authority [4/9/2001] Full LC is: Frost, Wade Hampton, 1880-1938.

Frothingham, Louis Adams | United States Congressman; Representative from Massachusetts; served March 4, 1921 - August 23, 1928 | Local Source [10/6/2000]; lived 1871-1928.

Frye, G. | (19??) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Fuchs, A.W. | Sanitary Engineer; United States Publich Health Service (1924) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Fuente, Jose | Spanish volunteer in the Yellow Fever Experiments | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Fulton, John S. | Physician; Secretary, State Board of Health of Maryland (1907) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Furbash, [s.n.] | Gorgas wanted him to work in the Canal Zone | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Furnas, Joseph C. | Author, wrote article in Saturday Evening Post about John J. Moran | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Gage, E.H. | Involved in Malaria control work (1921-1923) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Galbreath, R.S. |Physician, Huntington, Indiana (1941); friend of P.S.Hench's | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Garcia, Pablo Isaac |The Alabama Photo Studios, Habana, Cuba (1941) | Local Source [12/14/2001]

Gardiner, J. S. |Bureau of the Public Health Service, Treasury Department (1925) | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Gatewood, Charles B. |Captain, 6th U.S. Cavalry, Fort Apache |LC Authority [8/20/2001] Full LC is: Gatewood, Charles B.

Gawne, J. O. |Bureau of Construction and Repair, Navy Department, Washington, D.C. (1926) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Gawne, Mrs. | Neice of Jesse Lazear; gave Hench access to Lazear letters | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Geddings, Henry Downes | Physician; with the Public Health Sevice; attached Reed's paper (1900) | Partial LC Authority [5/2/2001] Full LC is: Geddings, Henry Downes, 1859-1913.

Geiger, J.C. | Assistant Epidemiologist, United States Public Health Service (1919) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Georgia. State Board of Health | used as "author" for general documents emanating from this office (e.g. 00901003)| Full LC Authority [6/6/2002]

Gere, Herbert |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Geronimo | Chased by Reed in 1878 | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Geronimo, 1829-1909.

Getman, F. H. | Ph.D., Department of Chemistry, Stamford High School (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Gibson, John M. |Writer/Researcher?; Department of Public Health, State of Alabama (1951); Gibson wrote four books and more than 45 articles on subjects including military and medical history. Titles include: "Physician to the World: the Life of General William C. Gorgas," "Soldier in White: the Life of General George Miller Sternberg," "Soldiers of the Word: the Story of the American Bible Society," and "Those 163 Days: a Southern Account of Sherman’s March from Atlanta to Raleigh." | Partial LC Authority [9/6/2001] Full LC is: Gibson, John M. (John Mendinghall), 1898-1966.

Giddings, Dr. | Researcher; United States Public Health Service studying Sanarelli's bacillus, 1898, 1928 | Local Source [4/10/2001] MIGHT BE THE SAME AS GEDDINGS, SEE ALSO GEDDINGS, HENRY DOWNES.

Gilchrist, H.L. | SEE GILCHRIST, HARRY L. |

Gilchrist, Harry L. | Major General, United States Army; participated in Carroll's typhoid experiment (1904) | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Gill, C. A. |Physician?/Researcher, author of (1923) |Local Source [11/15/2001]

Gill, Robert S. |Treasurer, The Williams & Wilkins Company, Baltimore, Maryland (1941) | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Gillan, Mrs. | Nurse at the Army Yellow Fever Hospital, Cuba, 1900, 1934 | Local Source [4/10/2001] Her first name might be Delia.

Gillen, Mrs. | SEE GILLAN, MRS. |

Gilman, Daniel C. | SEE GILMAN, DANIEL COIT |

Gilman, Daniel Coit | First President of Johns Hopkins University, served May 1875-August 1901; name also appears as D. C. Gilman | Partial LC Authority [4/10/2001] Full LC is: Gilman, Daniel Coit, 1831-1908.

Gilman, [Daniel Coit?] | SEE GILMAN, DANIEL COIT |

Gilman, Dr. | SEE GILMAN, DANIEL COIT President of John Hopkins University, 190? | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Gilman, John Abbott| 1907 | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Gilman, Son & Co. | (1903) |Local Source [10/12/2001]

Ginty, Lt. | United States Army, Cuba, 1901 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Glennan, A. H. |Acting Surgeon General (1915), Bureau of the Public Health Service, Treasury Department, Office of the Surgeon General | Local Source [11/6/2001]

Goddard, Calvin H. |Associated with H. R. Carter (1923) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Godfrey, Guy Charles Moore | Colonel; United States Army Surgeon; accused of incompetence in Yellow Fever cases by Reed; committed suicide according to Philip Showalter Hench (letter to Thomas J. Michie, dated February 27, 1942); name varies as Guy C.M. Godfrey| Local Source [5/2/2001]

Goethals, George W. | Engineer (Panama Canal) | Partial LC Authority 10/9/2000] Full LC is: Goethals, George W. (George Washington),1858-1928.

Goethals, George Washington | SEE GOETHALS, GEORGE W. |

Goldbacher, N. V. | | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Goldberger, Dr. | Researcher?, United States Public Health Service | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Goldberger, Mrs. | She received money; her husband gave life in research of spotted fever. | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Goldthwait, [s.n.] | United States Army Medical Corps, Washington, 1917 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Goldwater, S.S. |Physician; Mount Sinai Hospital; NY Commissioner of Hospitals (1944); "Pioneer of modern hospital administration; see: http://www.mssm.edu/library/services/archives_collections/director-his.shtml | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Gomez, Federico | Cuban; Bestov Products Worker, Marianao (1941)| Local Source [8/30/2001]

Gomez, Ramon | Yellow Fever patient who traveled on the U.S.S. Julia to San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1908 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

[Gona?] Garcia, Pablo | The Alabama Photo Studios (1941) | Local Source [12/14/2001]

Gonzales, Eladio | Brother of Garrido and Juan; Owner of Camp Lazear site when memorial was built; purchased land from Adran Macia | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Gonzales, Garrido | Brother of Eladio and Juan; Owner of Camp Lazear site when memorial was built; purchased land from Adran Macia | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Gonzales, Juan | Brother of Eladio and Garrido; Owner of Camp Lazear site when memorial was built; purchased land from Adran Macia | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Gonzalez, Adolfo | Physician, Havana, Cuba | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Gonzalez, Francisco | Mayor of ?; Unveiled plaque for Lazear at Camp Lazear Dedication | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Gooch, Robert C. | Chief of the Book Service, The Reading Rooms, The Library of Congress,United States (1941)| Local Source [8/30/2001]

Good, James W. |Secretary of War (1929); United States Representative from Iowa (1909-1921); Full name is James William Good; lived 1866-1929; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=G000275 | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Goodale, Capt. | Quartermaster at Camp Columbia, 1900, 1930 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Goodwin, [s.n.] | United States Army Medical Corps, Washington, 1917 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Gordon, [s.n.] | Public Health Administrator General of San Jacinto, Peru (1921) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Gorgas, Aileen | Daughter of William and Marie Gorgas | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Gorgas, Marie A. | SEE GORGAS, MARIE D.

Gorgas, Marie D. | Mrs. William Crawford Gorgas; appears also as Gorgas, Mrs.; wrote book William Crawford Gorgas, his life and work with Burton J. Hendrick | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000] Full LC is: Gorgas, Marie D. (Maried Doughty), ????-1929.

Gorgas, Mary G. | Sister of William Crawford Gorgas | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Gorgas, William Crawford | Surgeon General of the United States Army; served 16 January 1914-3 October 1918; see: http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/Gorgas.htm | Partial LC Authority [10/2/2000] Full LC is: Gorgas, William Crawford,1854-1920.

Gould, Alice Bache | (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Gould, George M. | Philadelphia Physician | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Gouzien, Dr. | Physician/researcher; wrote article on Yellow Fever diagnosis | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Gouzien, [s.n.] | REPLACE WITH GOUZIEN, DR. |Local Source [5/2/2001]

Grable, [s.n.] | LOOKS LIKE THIS COULD BE GREBLE...SEE GREBLE, EDWIN ST. JOHN Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/18/2000]

Graham, [s.n.] | Patient of Lambert's ; name varies as "Grayham" | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Graham, Wallace H. | United States General; White House Physician 1945-1953 | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Grant, III, Ulysses Simpson | SEE GRANT, U.S.

Grant, U.S. |Third Ulysses S. Grant; President of the National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Grant, U. S. (Ulysses S.), 1881-1968.

Grant, Ulysses S. | President, United States (1869-1877); General (1843-54, 1861-68); Interim Secretary of War, 1867-68; see: http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/ug18.html, http://www.lib.siu.edu/projects/usgrant/ and http://www.mscomm.com/~ulysses/ | Partial LC Authority [8/22/2001] Full LC is: Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885.

Grau San Martin, Ramon | President, Cuba, 1933-34, 1944-48; Professor of medicine at the Univ. of Havana; see: http://www.library.miami.edu/chc/rep_grau.html and http://www.encyclopedia.com/printablenew/19595.html | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Grau San Martâin, Ramâon, 1887-1969.

Gray, C. S. | Trust Officer, "Lazear and Orr" (1904) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Gray, Mrs. | Was in Cuba; knew Truby | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Gray, [s.n.] | The Family as a whole is mentioned (1940) | Local Source [12/14/2001]

Greathouse, Charles A. | Appears as an Indiana Congressman, but accoding to the United States Congressional Website there is no Greathouse | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Greble, Edwin St. John | Major General, United States Army; see: http://www.arlingtoncemetery.com/e-greble.htm | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Greble, Maj. | SEE GREBLE, EDWIN ST. JOHN

Greene, Francis V. |General, U.S. Army (1899); NYPD Commissioner, January 1, 1903 - January 1, 1904 |Partial LC Authority [10/10/2001] Full LC is: Greene, F. V. (Francis Vinton), ßd 1850-1921.

Gridley, Marion E. | Secretary of the Awards Committee for the Walter Reed Society |Partial LC Authority [8/21/2001] Full LC is: Gridley, Marion Eleanor, 1906- .

Griffitts, Dr. | SEE GRIFFITTS, T.H.D. |

Griffitts, H.D. | SEE GRIFFITTS, T.H.D. |

Griffitts, T.H.D. | Physician; United States Public Health Service, Assistant Epidemiologist; worked with Carter | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Griswold, Bessie M. | Washington, D. C.; other name is Mrs. Arthur S. Griswold (1950) | Local Source [12/14/2001]

Griswold, Mrs. Arthur S. | SEE GRISWOLD, BESSIE M.

Grody, Margaret E. |Student at the Harlem Evening High School; wrote essay on "A Hero," dated April 11, 1927| Local Source [7/30/2002]

Grosvenor, Gilbert |Editor, "National Geograhic Magazine", Washington, D.C. (1946) |Partial LC Authority [9/3/2001] Full LC is: Grosvenor, Gilbert Hovey, 1875-1966.

Grote, Carl A. |County Health Officer, Jasper, Alabama (1915) |Local Source [11/6/2001]

Grubbs, S. B. |Surgeon, United States Public Health Service, Office of Medical Officer in Charge, United States Quarrantine Station, Staten Island, New York (1924) | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Gruenberg, Benjamin C. |Physician; member of Peabody's Yellow Fever Committee (1920's) | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Gruenberg, Benjamin C. (Dr.) | SEE GRUENBERG, BENJAMIN C. |

Grunsky, Carl Ewald | Civil Engineer 1855-1934; see: http://www.calacademy.org/research/library/special/bios/Grunsky.htm | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Grunsky, [s.n.] | SEE GRUNSKY, CARL EWALD

Guell, Gonzalo | Subsecretario de Estado, Vice-Canciller Secretario General de la Orden, Habana, Cuba (1953) | Local Source [12/14/2001]|

Guildstrand, [s.n.] | American public health worker (Peru, 1921) | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Gunn, Selskar M. | Director, International Health Board in Paris (1922) | Local Source [8/22/2001]

Guiteau, Charles | Assassin of U.S. President James Abram Garfield (July 2, 1881); see: http://gulib.lausun.georgetown.edu/dept/speccoll/cl133.htm |Partial LC Authority [8/22/2001] Full LC is: Guiteau, Charles Julius, 1841-1882.

Guiteras, Juan | Physician (1907) | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Guiteras, Ramon | (1907) See document number 02929003| Local Source [6/11/2002]

Guthrie, J. Birney |Physician, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana | Local Source [11/14/2001]

Hackett, Dr. | SEE HACKETT, LEWIS W. |

Hackett, Lewis W. | Ph.D. Researcher; International Health Board of the Rockefeller Foundation; lived 1902-1962; see also: http://www.rockefeller.edu/archive.ctr/rf_lwh.html | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Hagedorn, Hermann | Author of biography of Leonard Wood | Partial LC Authority [4/10/2001] Full LC is: Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882-1964.

Hagedorn, [s.n.] | SEE HAGEDORN, HERMANN

Hagood, Rivers, and Young | Charleston, South Carolina (1916) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Haig, I. T. |Chief, Division of Forest Management Research, Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture (1940) | Partial LC Authority [8/29/2001] Full LC is: Haig, Irvine T. (Irvine Theodore)

Hall, Francis C. | Physician, Boston, Massachusetts (1942) | Local Source [12/14/2001]

Hall, Mrs. John A. | (1907) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Hall, Mrs. John Randolph | (1907) |Local Source [10/12/2001]

Hallett, Maj. | Officer, Ambulance Service, France | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Hallock, Grace T. | Author of a biographical sketch of Walter Reed | Partial LC Authority [4/10/2001] Full LC is: Hallock, Grace T. (Grace Taber), b. 1893.

Halverson, Wilton L. | Physician; Director of Public Health, Department of Public Health, State of California, San Francisco, California; President, American Public Health Association, San Francisco, California (1952) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Hamann, August | Father if Paul Hamann | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Hamann, Paul | Army private; yellow fever volunteer; born February 14, 1876 and died January 1, 1933; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Hamer, P. M. |Chief, Division of Reference, National Archives, United States | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Hamlin, E. B. | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Hanberry, James L. | Army private; yellow fever volunteer; full name James Lanard Hanberry born December 12, 1875 and died February 26, 1961; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/4/2000]

Hanberry, James E. | SEE HANBERRY, JAMES L.

Hanberry, James F. | SEE HANBERRY, JAMES L.

Hanna, Lt. | Aide-de-Camp of Leonard Wood (Cuba, 1900), resigned and returned to the United States | Local Source [5/2/2001]

Hanney, John Francis | Yellow Fever Patient (1923) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Hannon, Mr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/12/2000]

Hanson, Henry | Physician; involved with public health work in Ecuador, Peru (1921) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Harbold, Robert P. | Quartermaster Major, United States Army (1919) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Harder, Elbert |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Hardy, A. S. |(1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Harper, J. B. |Major, Finance Department, United States Army (1930)| Local Source [10/11/2001]

Harper, J. E. |Chief, Division of Appointments, Office of the Secretary, Treasury Department, Divison of Appointments (1916) | Local Source [11/6/2001]

Harris, H.A. | Physician; Yellow Fever public health work in Mexico (1922-1923) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Harris, [s.n.] | On 1918 telegram to the Depot Quartermaster | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Harrison, Mrs. | Knew Reed at Fort Apache | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Harrison, Russel | SEE Harrison, Russell B. | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Harrison, Russell B. | Son of United States President Benjamin Harrison; for biographical sketch see: http://www.indianahistory.org/library/manuscripts/collection_guides/m0387.html | Partial LC Authority [8/27/2001] Full LC is: Harrison, Russell B. (Russell Benjamin), 1854-1936.

Harrison, William C. | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Harrison, William G. | Professor of Medical History, Vanderbilt University Medical School, 1929; full name is William Groce Harrison; to see his memoris go to: http://www.uab.edu/historical/MC008.htm | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Harrison, William Groce | SEE HARRISON, WILLIAM G.

Harrold, Mrs. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/12/2000]

Hart, John W. |From Winthrop Products, Inc., New York City, New York (1942) |Local Source [9/3/2001]

Hart, Joseph D. |Associated with the Observer Publishing Company, Washington, Pennsylvania (1940)| Local Source [8/29/2001]

Hartzell, John B. | Physician (Dr. ?), Detroit, Michigan (1940) | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Harvard, Dr. | SEE HAVARD, H.O. | Colonel with the Yellow Fever Commission in Cuba; considered for Surgeon General in 1902 |

Harvard Medical School| Called School of Medicine or Medical School in 1950's; see: http://www.hms.harvard.edu/about/history.html |Full LC [7/24/2002]

Harvard University | Used as Corporate Author | Full LC [7/24/2002]

Harvey, Gwen |Program Director, WCCO TV, Radio City, Minneapolis, Minnesota (1953) | Local Source [12/14/2001]

Harwick, H.J. |Sent memorandum P.S. Hench; relationship unknown |Local Source [8/30/2001]

Harwood, C. S. | Assistant Medical Officer, Stanns Creek, British Honduras (1924) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Haskins, Arthur | Died of Yellow Fever at Pinar del Rio (1900) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Hausheer, W. C. |Physician (1922) | Local Source [11/14/2001]

Havard, H.O. | Chief Surgeon of the Division (Camp Columbia), United States Army Medical Corps., Cuba, 1900 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Hawkins, [Gen. or Ger.?] A. | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Hawley, P. R. |Major, Medical Corps, Executive Officer, Headquarters Army Medical Center (1932) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Hay, James | United States Representative to congress from Virginia; served from March 4, 1897, until his resignation on October 1, 1916; introduced bill to give Emilie L. Reed a pension; lived 1856-1931; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=H000382 | Full LC: Hay, James [8/21/2001]

Hay, Representative | SEE HAY, JAMES |

Hayes, Paul | Colonel; Chief Medical Consultant, Department of the Army, Office of the Surgeon General, Washington, D.C. (1953) | Local Source [1/21/2002

Hayne, Theodore | Worked with Carter on sanitary projects in Carolinas, Virginia | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Haynes, James A. |Physician/Researcher? (1915) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Hazlehurst, G.H. | Chief Sanitary Engineer, Alabama (1923) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Heard, James D. |Physician, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1942) |Local Source [9/3/2001]

Hearn, Lafcadio | Writer | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000] Full LC is: Hearn, Lafcadio,1850-1904.

Hedgpath, Cecil |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Heger, Dr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/12/2000]

Heilbron, Bertha L. |Assistant Editor, Minnesota History; Minnesota Historical Society (1942) |Partial LC Authority [9/3/2001] Full LC is: Heilbron, Bertha L. (Bertha Lion), 1895-1972.

Heiser, Victor G. |Physician; Director for the East, The Rockefeeler Foundation International Board, Yellow Fever Commission (1916) Associated with the International Board in the Phillipines, Asia; Full name is Victor George Heiser | Local Source [5/3/2001][11/15/2001]

Hemmeter, John. | Partial LC Authority [10/3/2000] Full LC is: Hemmeter, John C. (John Conrad), 1863-1931.

Hemphill, W. Edwin |Head, History Division, Virginia State Library (1951) |Partial LC Authority [9/6/2001] Full LC is: Hemphill, William Edwin, 1912-

Hench, Atcheson Laughlin | Brother of Philip Hench | Partial LC Authority [10/2/2000] Full LC is: Hench, Atcheson Laughlin,1891-1974.

Hench, Clara John Showalter | Mother of Philip Showalter Hench | Local Source [1/21/2002]

Hench, George |Husband of Nadine Hench (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Hench, Jacob Bixler | Father of Philip Showalter Hench | Local Source [1/21/2002]

Hench, John | SEE HENCH, JOHN BIXLER |

Hench, John Bixler| Son of Philip Showalter Hench, born ca 1942 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Hench, Kahler | SEE HENCH, PHILIP KAHLER |

Hench, Mary |Wife of Philip Showalter Hench; full name is Mary Genevieve Kahler Hench| Local Source [10/6/2000] [1/17/2002]

Hench, Mary Showalter | Son of Philip Showalter Hench and Mary Hench | Local Source [1/21/2002]

Hench, Mrs. J.B. | Mother of Philip Showalter Hench | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Hench, Nadine | Cousin of Philip Hench (1908) | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Hench, Philip Kahler | Son of Philip Showalter Hench? | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Hench, Philip Showalter |Physician, Mayo Clinic; Awarded Nobel Prize with Edward C. Kendall and Tadeus Reichstein for the isolation of and first clinical use of cortisone (1950)see: http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1950/ and http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1950/hench-bio.html |Partial LC Authority [4/5/2000] Full LC is: Hench, Philip Showalter,1896-1965.

Hench, Susan Kahler |Daughter of Philip Showalter Hench (1940) |Local Source [11/5/2001]

Henderson, David Bremner | United States Representative from Iowa; Speaker of the House 56th and 57th Congresses; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=H000478 and http://clerkweb.house.gov/histrecs/history/members/henderson/archives.htm | Partial LC Authority [4/10/2001] Full LC is: Henderson, David Bremner, 1840-1906.

Henderson, Mr. | SEE HENDERSON, DAVID BREMNER

Hendrick, Burton J. | SEE HENDRICK, BURTON JESSE

Hendrick, Burton Jesse | Also appears as Hendrick, B.J.; wrote William Crawford Gorgas, his life and work with Marie D. Gorgas (1924) | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000] Full LC is: Hendrick, Burton Jesse, 1870-1949.

Henry Rose Carter's Secretary | Name unidentified (see record number 00823007) | Local Source [6/6/2002]

Henry Young & Sons |Liverpool, England (1921) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Hepburn, Capt. | Had yellow fever same time as Kean | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Hepburn, David |Dr., Anatomy Department, Edinburgh University (1890) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Hepburn, Dr. | SEE HEPBURN, DAVID |Professor at Edinburgh. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Hepler, Clara |Office of Medical Officer in Charge, Public Health Service, Treasury Department, United States (1917) | Local Source [11/7/2001]

Hernandez, Dr. | Studied under Noguchi | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Herrera, H. |Comandante, Peru (1921) |Local Source [11/13/2001]

Herrera y Tordesillas, Antonio de |Historical figure mentioned in document # 01220001 |Partial LC Authority [11/13/2001] Full LC is: Herrera y Tordesillas, Antonio de, d. 1625.

Heutig, Mrs. | Knew Reed at Fort Apache | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Hewitt, Richard M. | Physician, Mayo Clinic | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Hidinger, L.L. | President, Morgan Engineering Company | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Hildebrand, James | Army private; yellow fever volunteer born April 2, 1862 and died March 4, 1935; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Hildebrand, Samuel F. | United States Public Health Service worker or Bureau of Fisheries, Georgia, Alabama (1924) | Partial LC Authority [5/3/2001] Full LC is: Hildebrand, Samuel F. (Samuel Frederick), 1883-1949.

Hill, William N. | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Hines, Frank T. | Veterans' Administration (1936) |Partial LC Authority [1/21/2002] Full LC is: Hines, Frank T. (Frank Thomas), 1870-196

Hinkle, Thornton M |Lawyer, Cincinnati, Ohio (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Hinshaw, E.H. | SEE HINSHAW, EDMUND H.

Hinshaw, Edmund H. | United States Congressional Representative from Nebraska; served March 4, 1903-March 3, 1911. Instrumental in getting Annuity Bill passed for Lazear-Carroll Widows (1908); see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=H000639 | Local Source [11/03/2000] Full name is Edmund Howard Hinshaw, 1860-1932.

Hirschman, Milton | Employee of Luther M. Cornwall Co. (1941) | Local Source [10/10/2001]

Hodges, Fletcher |Physician, Indianapolis, Indiana; Rebecca Andrews Hodges (wife) (1948)|Local Source [1/17/2002]

Hoff, Dr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Hoffman, Frances A. |Friend of Laura Carter's (1925?) | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Hoffmann, W.H. | German who wrote on Yellow Fever Pathology (1923); part of Finlay Institute (Havana, 1942); first name Wilhelm (?) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Hogue, Margeris |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Hollander, Herbert S. |Managing Editor, The Ullman Feature Service (1931) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Hollingsworth, William Y. | Physician, United States Public Health Service, United States Marine Hospital, New Orleans (1922) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Holman, W.L. | Professor of Bacteriology, Department of Pathology and Bacteriology, University of Toronto, Canada | Local Source [8/31/2001]

Holmes, May Rose | Supervising Nurse, Ward 3, Columbia Post Hospital (1900) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Holmes, Sherlock | Fictional Character; Mentioned in a Hench Lecture (1955) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Hope, Miss | Relationship unknown | Local Source [4/18/2000]

Horner, H. H. |Superintendent, The Birmingham Water Works Company, Birmingham, Alabama (1916) | Local Source [11/6/2001]

Horr, Edward F. | Captain; wrote Columbia Barracks Sanitary Reports (1901) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Horton, Bayard T. |Physician, United States; lived 1895-1980; Associate of Hench's; received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Virginia (1922); worked at the Virginia Hospital (1923-1925); "The John Horsley Memorial Prize, University of Virginia : Second Award, 1929, to Bayard Taylor Horton, B. S., M. D"; for biographical information see: http://www.whonamedit.com/doctor.cfm/1504.html | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Hough, Neva Pauline | Ralph Hutchison's Secretary, Washington & Jefferson College (1940) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Houillon, Dr. |Physician; Chief Physician of the first class of the T.C., Head of the Health Service of the Ivory Coast (1923) | Local Source [11/14/2001]

Houle, E.C. | Physician; Yellow Fever Public Health work in Mexico (1922-1923) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Houssay, Bernardo A. | Professor of Physiology, Buenos Aires; 1947 Nobel Prize recipient, see: http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1947/press.html |Partial LC Authority [10/16/2000] Full LC is: Houssay, Bernardo A. (Bernardo Alberto), 1887-1971.

Houssay, Prof. | SEE HOUSSAY, BERNARDO A. | Professor of Physiology, Buenos Aires |

Houston, Mabel | Girlfriend and then wife to Jesse Lazear | Local Source [10/23/2000] | SEE LAZEAR, MABEL H.

Houston, Nellie | Relative of Mabel Houston | Local Source [10/26/2000]

Houston, Martha P. | Mother to Mabel Houston Lazear | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Houston, Mrs. | SEE HOUSTON, MARTHA P.| Mother to Mabel Houston Lazear | Local Souce [10/23/2000]

Houston, William J. | Father to Mabel Houston Lazear | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Howard, Cecil | Sculptor; Canadian-American; sculpted bust of Walter Reed which is at the NYU Hall of Fame; lived 1888-1956; see: http://dsc.gc.cuny.edu/part/practice/ekemel_list.html | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Howard, H.H. | International Health Board, Director for the West Indies (1924) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Howard, L.O. | Professor; Entymologist; Studied mosquitoes | Partial LC Authority [10/6/2000] Full LC is: Howard, L.O. (Leland Ossian), 1857-1950.

Howard, Leland Ossian | SEE HOWARD, L.O. |

Howard, Lucy T. |Daughter of L.O. Howard From Washington, D.C. (1946); |Local Source [9/3/2001]

Howard, Mrs. L.O. | Wife of Leland Ossian Howard | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Howard, Mrs. Sidney Coe |Wife of Sidney Coe Howard (1942)|Local Source 1/21/2002]

Howard, Sidney Coe |Playwrite who wrote "Yellow Jack" which was performed at the Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania; see: http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/A0824343.html | Partial LC Authority [5/3/2001] Full LC is: Howard, Sidney Coe, 1891-1939.

Howard, Sydney | SEE HOWARD, SIDNEY COE | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Howland, R. B. |New York, New York (1922) |Local Source [12/12/2001]

Hoyt, Avery S. |Acting Chief of Bureau, Bureau of Entymology and Plant Quarantine, Agricultural Research Administration, United States Department of Agriculture (1944) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Hudson, Dr. | Physician, Yellow Fever Research in West Africa (before 1928) | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Hudson, N. Paul |Physician; Secretary-Treasurer, Department of Bacteriology, Ohio State University | Full LC Authority [8/27/2001] Hudson, N. Paul.

Hufford, A.R. | Physician, Grand Rapids, Michigan | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Hull, Cordell | U.S. Secretary of State; served 1933-1944 | Partial LC Authority [10/16/2000] Full LC is: Hull, Cordell, 1871-1955.

Hume, Edgar Erskine | Leutenant-Colonel; United States Medical Corps; in charge of the United States Army Medical Library (1934?); for biographical information see: http://www.arlingtoncemetery.com/eehume.htm | Partial LC Authority [5/3/2001] Full LC is: Hume, Edgar Erskine, 1889-1952 .

Hume, Maj. | SEE HUME, EDGAR ERSKINE | Officer in charge of the United States Army Medical Library | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Humphrey, Charles Frederick | Brigadier General, 22d Quartermaster General (April 1903-July 1907); lived 1844-1926; see biographical information at: http://www.qmfound.com/BG_Charles_Humphrey.htm | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Humphrey, Gen. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Humphrey, James Ellis | Researcher/Botanist, Johns Hopkins; died of Yellow Fever in 1897 on research trip to Jamaica | Partial LC Authority [5/3/2001] Full LC is: Humphrey, James Ellis, 1861-1897.

Hunt, [s.n.] | "Writing 4 books with Peabody" | Local Source [10/4/2000]

Hunter, David | General (Civil War; West Virginia); lived 1802-1886; see http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USACWhunter.htm and http://web.vmi.edu/archives/civil%5Fwar/hrmiller.html and http://web.vmi.edu/archives/civil%5Fwar/hunter.html | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Hunter, General | SEE HUNTER, DAVID |

Hunter, Thomas H. | Physician; Dean of the University of Virginia School of Medicine (1953) | Partial LC Authority [8/16/2001] Full LC is: Hunter, Thomas H. (Thomas Harrison), 1913-1997.

Hurd, Henry M. |Physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital (1904); full name is Henry Mills Hurd ; The First Superintendent of the Johns Hopkins Hospital |Partial LC Authority [10/12/2001] Full LC is: Hurd, Henry M. (Henry Mills), 1843-1927.

Hurley, Patrick J. | United States Secretary of War (1929-1933); see; http://www.britannica.com/eb/article?eu=42529 and http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/books/Sw-SA/Hurley.htm | Partial LC Authority [5/3/2001] Full LC is: Hurley, Patrick J. (Patrick Jay), 1883-1963.

Hutchinson, Amory H. |Full name is Amory Hare Hutchinson | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Hutchinson, J.C. | Physician, Brooklyn Surgeon; Mentor of Walter Reed | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Hutchinson, Joseph | ?Same as J.C. Hutchinson | Local Source [8/17/2001]

[Hutchison?], Harriet |"Mr. Hutch" refers several times to Harriet -- his wife? | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Hutchison, Ralph C. | SEE HUTCHISON, RALPH COOPER

Hutchison, Ralph Cooper | President of Washington and Jefferson College | Partial LC Authority [10/17/2000] Full LC is: Hutchison, Ralph Cooper, 1898-1966.

Ibanez, F. Marti | SEE Marti Ibanez, F. |

Ide, A.W. |Physician; friend of P.S. Hench (1940) | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Iglesias, Alfredo |Physician; Worked on the International Health Board, leptospira experiments in Mexico (1923-24) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Iglesias, Dr. | Used when we can't tell which "Iglesias" is being referred to (e.g. see 01106001) |Local Source [6/7/2002]

Iglesias, Luis J. |Physician, Havana, Cuba |Local Source [8/30/2001]

Ijams, Colonel | Assistant Administrator, Veterans' Administration (1936) | Local Source [1/21/2002]

Ireland, Elizabeth L. | Mrs. Merritte Weber Ireland | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Ireland, Merritte W. | Surgeon General of the United States Army; served 5 October 1918-31 May 1931; also appears as Ireland, Merritte W. and Ireland, M.; see: http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/Ireland.htm | Partial LC Authority [10/3/2000] Full LC is: Ireland, M.W. (Merritte Weber), 1867-1952.

Ireland, M. W. | SEE IRELAND, MERRITTE W. |

Ireland, Mr. | SEE IRELAND, M.W. |

Ireland, William W. |Surgeon; Major, United States Army? (1908) | Local Source [1/16/2002]

Ireland, Mrs. | Wife of M.W. Ireland | Local Source [10/4/2000]

Ives, Dr. | Physician, United States Army Medical Corps., Cuba, 1900 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Jackson, Harry Frederick | Army patient cared for by James Kissinger when Kissinger was hospital attendant. | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Jackson, Laura Grace |Also known as Mrs. Harry Frederick Jackson ; (1907) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Jacobson, Arthur C. |Physician; "Medical Times", New York City, New York (1949) | Partial LC Authority [5/6/2001] Full LC is: Jacobson, Arthur C. (Arthur Clarence), 1872-1958.

James, Col. | Scientific Researcher, known as "bench man" | Local Source [5/3/2001]

James, Dr. | Local Source [10/2/2000]

James T. White & Co. (New York City) |Publisher of The National Cyclopedia of American Biography (1931?)| Local Source [6/10/2002]

Jean, Sally L. |Health Education Consultant, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Jefé de Sanidad | Chief Sanitary Officer in Havana Cuba, specific name not known (1908) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Jefferson Medical College |Used as Corporate Author; founded in 1824; see: http://www.tju.edu/jmc/home/index.cfm | Full LC [7/24/2002]

Jenner, Edward | Doctor; discovered vaccination again smallpox; see: http://www.sc.edu/library/spcoll/nathist/jenner.html and http://www.jennermuseum.com/ | Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000] Full LC is: Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823.

Jennings, S. L. |Lieutenant Colonel, United States Airforce; Chief Photographic Records & Services Division, Office of the Air Adjutant General (1948) | Local Source [9/4/2001]

Jernegan, N. May | Wife of Warren G. Jernegan | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Jernegan, Warren G. | Army private; yellow fever volunteer; last name varies with also appearing as Jernagan???; fulle name Warren Gadsden Jernegan born July 8, 1872 and died February 5, 1919; congressional gold medal recipient| Local Source [10/4/2000]; more information added [10/13/2000]

Joffre, Gen. | Head of the French Mission to Washington, 1917 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Johnson, Andrew | United States President; served 1865-1869; see: http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/aj17.html | Partial LC Authority [10/12/2000] Full LC is: Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875.

Johnson, Dr. | (1918) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Johnson, H.A. | Librarian? (1940)| Local Source [8/29/2001]

Johnson, J. H. |Physician (1911) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Johnson, Louis | Colonel, Clarksburg, West Virginia (1942) | Local Source [1/21/2002]`

Johnson, Lucius W. | Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Johnson, [s.n.] | Physician; Board member of the University of Alabama (1919) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Jones, Clarence Porter | Virginian involved in restoring Reed homeplace | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Jones, Col. | Officer, United States Army [Medical Corps.?], France 1917 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Jones, Harold W. | Colonel, United States Army Medical Corps; Librarian and Director, Army Medical Library, The War Department (1936-1944); lived 1877-1958; see: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/tour/portraits3.html; President of the Medical Library Association (1939-1941) | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Jones, Jr., Huston |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Jones, Percy | Served with Kean in the United States Ambulance Service with the10/13/2000]

Jordan, Harvey | SEE JORDAN, HARVEY E.

Jordan, Harvey E. |M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D.; Eugenicist; Dean, University of Viginia School of Medicine (1940-1949); full name is Harvey Ernest Jordan; lived 1878-1963| Local Source [5/3/2001]

Jordan, Harvey Ernest | SEE JORDAN, HARVEY E.

K[?], W. W. | Surgeon, Chief Quarantine Officer (1916), San Juan Puerto Rico | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Kahler, Mrs. |Friend of Philip Showalter Hench (1948)|Local Source [1/21/2002]

Kahn, Julius |United States Representative from California; served March 4, 1899-March 3, 1903 and March 4, 1905-1924; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=K000003 | Partial LC Authority [10/12/2001] Full LC is: Kahn, Julius, 1861-1924.

Kahn, Morton C. | Professor of Public Health at Cornell (1940's); friend and supporter of Carlos E. Finlay | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Kain, F. B. |Secretary, James T. White and Company Publishers (1915)|Local Source [1/21/2002]

Kane, Emma G. |Principal, Lazear School, Oakland, California (1914) |Local Source [10/12/2001]

Kane, Thomas | U.S. army nurse who cared for yellow fever volunteers | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Kane, [s.n.] | Associated with the Virginia Malaria Bureau | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Karshner, Clyde F. |Physician, Grand Rapids, Michigan (1927) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Kean, Adelaide Prescott | Stepmother of Jefferson Randolph Kean | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Kean, Cornelia | SEE KEAN, CORNELIA KNOX |

Kean, Cornelia Knox | Second Wife of Jefferson Randoph Kean, married March 24, 1919 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Kean, Jefferson Randolph | Physician; Major in the United States Army; Chief sanitary officer of Havana; alumnus of the University of Virginia Medical School, Class of 1883; descendent of President Thomas Jefferson Married Louise Young; Also appears as JR Kean | Partial LC Authority [10/2/2000] Full LC is:Kean, Jefferson Randolph, 1860-1950.

Kean, Louise | SEE KEAN, LOUSE YOUNG

Kean, Louise Young | First Wife of Jefferson Randolph Kean (1877-1915), married October 10, 1894; cited as Louise Hurlburt Young Kean in the documents | Local Source [10/3/2000]

Kean, Martha | Daughter of Jefferson Randolph and Louise Young Kean | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Kean, Robert | SEE KEAN, ROBERT H. |

Kean, Robert H. | Son of Jefferson Randolph and Louise Young Kean | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Keating, John McLeod | Author, wrote "A History of the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878...", appears as J.M. Keating | Full LC is: Keating, John McLeod, 1830-1906 [5/30/2002]

Keefer, Chester S. |Physician, Evans Memorial Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts (1948) |Partial LC Authority [9/4/2001] Full LC is: Keefer, Chester S. (Chester Scott), 1897- .

Keeling, Hal R. |From North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana |

Keen, W. W. |SEE KEEN, WILLIAM W. (1903, 1907, 1908) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Keen, William W. | Surgeon; see biographical information at: http://www.collphyphil.org/FIND_AID/hist/histwwk6.htm | Partial LC Authority [6/12/2002] Full LC is Keen, William W. (William Williams), 1837-1932.

Kellogg, Dr. | Physician?; (1929); file # 03221001| Local Source [8/31/2001]

Kellogg, George A. |Advertising Director, John Wyeth & Brother, Inc. (1941); writes from Jersey City, New Jersey; published "Conquerors of Yellow Fever" illustrations (1940's); | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Kellogg, John |Son of George A. Kellogg (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Kellogg, Robin |Son of George A. Kellogg (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Kelly, Howard A. | A doctor | Partial LC Authority [10/2/2000] Full LC is: Kelly, Howard A. (Howard Atwood),1858-1943.

Kelly, William D. | From Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (1938) | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Kemp, [s.n.] | Assistant to Mr. Norton, Ambulance Service Unit, France, 1917 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Kendall, Edward C. | Physician; Awarded Nobel Prize with Philip Showalter Hench and Tadeus Reichstein for the isolation of and first clinical use of cortisone (1950); worked at the Mayo Clinic; see: http://www.cbhr.ca/pub-awa/can-bchr/1950.htm , http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1950/kendall-bio.html http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1950/ | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Kendall, Edward C. (Edward Calvin), 1886-1972.

Kenealy, J.N. | Sent Moran's address to Hewitt | Local Souce [5/10/2001]

Kennedy, Elijah R. |Insurance Agents (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Kennedy, Foster | Physician, New York City; see: http://www.whonamedit.com/doctor.cfm/1181.html |Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Kennedy, Foster, 1884-1952.

Kent, Charles W. |Ph.D.; School of English Literature, University of Virginia (1905) |Partial LC Authority [10/12/2001] Full LC is: Kent, Charles William, 1860-1917.

Kernan, Gen. | General, Commanding the line of communications, France, 1917 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Kerr, J. W. | SEE KERR, JOHN W. | [10/29/2001]

Kerr, John W. |Bureau of The Public Health Service, Treasure Department, Washington, D.C. (1915); name also appears as J.W. Kerr | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Kerr, R. W. |Major, Medical Corps, Executive Officer; Army Medical Center, Washington, D. C. (1927) |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Keys, Thomas E. |Librarian, Mayo Clinic Library; (1946) | Partial LC Authority [1/16/2002] Full LC is: Keys, Thomas E. (Thomas Edward), 1908-

Kibler, J. Luther |(1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Kidwell, Mrs. | Associated with the United States Government Printing Office

Kimball, H. F. | 1907 | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Kindrick, Thelma |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

King, A.F.A. | Physician; Officer, Washington Academy of Sciences (1908) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

King, Capt. | Captain of the Cavalry, later become Superintendant of Yellow Stone Park, 1905 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

King, William F. | Physician; General Chairman, American Public Health Association (Indinanapolis Convention, 1933); Name varies as "Wm. F. King" | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Kings County Hospital Alumni Association | (1906) | Local Source [6/11/2002]

Kirby, Charles |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Kirk, Dr. | SEE KIRK, NORMAN T.

Kirk, Norman T. | Physician, Surgeon General of the United States Army 1943-1947; see: http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/Kirk.htm |Partial LC Authoirty [1/28/2002] Full LC is: Kirk, Norman T. (Norman Thomas), 1888-1960.

Kirk, Robert H. | Comptroller, The Rockefeller Foundation (1917) | Local Source [11/7/2001]

Kissinger, Ida E. | Mrs. John Kissinger | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Kissinger, Mrs. | SEE KISSINGER, IDA E. |

Kissinger, John R. | full name John Richard Kissinger born July 25, 1877 and died July 13, 1946; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Kitchens, Retha | United States Public Health Services lab worker (Memphis, 1924) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Kleberg, Rudolph |Lawyer (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Kligler, I. J. |Malaria Research Unit, Department of Health, Haifa, Palestine (1925) |Partial LC [11/16/2001]Full LC is: Kligler, Israel J. (Israel Jacob), 1889- .

Klotz, Oskar | Researcher with the Rockefeller Foundation, Yellow Fever work in West Africa | Partial LC Authority [4/10/2001] Full LC is: Klotz, Oskar, 1878- .

Knapp, [s.n.] | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Kniesley, [s.n.] | ? | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Knox, P.C. | SEE KNOX, PHILANDER C.

Knox, Philander C. | Instrumental in getting Annuity Bill passed for Lazear-Carroll Widows (1908). Knox, Philander Chase (1853-1921) of Pittsburgh, Pa. Born in Brownsville, Pa., May 6, 1853. U.S. Attorney General, 1901-04; U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, 1904-09, 1917-21; U.S. Secretary of State, 1909-13; delegate to Republican National Convention from Pennsylvania, 1920. Died October 12, 1921. Interment at Washington Memorial Cemetery, Valley Forge, Pa. | Partial LC Authority [11/03/2000] Full LC is: Knox, Philander C. (Philander Chase), 1853-1921.

Knutson, Harold | U.S. Congressman from Minnesota; served March 4, 1917-January 3, 1949 | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000] Full LC is: Knutson, Harold,1880-1953.

Kober, Dr. | SEE KOBER, GEORGE M. | Local Source [10/19/2000]

Kober, George M. |Physician; "July 1874, was appointed acting assistant surgeon, U.S. Army,then post surgeon at Alcatraz Island in California ; next appointment was post surgeon at Fort McDermott until July 1877. He participated infield expeditions in northeastern Nevada against the Indians, 1875; in Idaho concerning the Nez Perce Indian tribe; and was in charge of the field hospital at Kamiah on the Clearwater, Idaho, from July to October 1877. Dr.Kober was then post surgeon at Fort Coeur d'Alene from November 1877 to November 1870; at Fort Klamath, Oregon until June 1880; and at Fort Bidwell, California from 1882 to 1888. In late 1888, Dr. Kober returned to Georgetown University when he was appointed as professor of state medicine, and then as professor of hygiene in 1890.. In August of the latter year, he was elected a member of the tenth International Medical Congress. He returned briefly to For Bidwell in December 1890, but established permanent residence in Washington by 1894. Dr. Kober became Dean of the Georgetown School of Medicine in 1901, in which capacity he served until 1928, marking the longest tenure in the history of the deanship at the time. From 1916 until his death, he was a member of the consultant staff at virtually every hospital in the Washington area. See: http://gulib.lausun.georgetown.edu/dept/speccoll/cl75.htm and http://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/manuscripts/ead/kober.html |Partial LC Authority [10/10/2001] Full LC is: Kober, George M. (George Martin),1850-1931.

Koch, Robert | Researcher; Carlos Finlay associated with; birth and death dates believed to be 1807-1871 | Local Source [8/16/2001]

Komp, W.H.W. | United States Public Health Service Sanitary Engineer | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Kosslow, Elizabeth S. | Author (popular piece on Walter Reed) | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Krauss, Willliam A. | Physician; Surgeon, United States Public Health Service (Memphis, 1924) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Kriesley, Pvt. | Private at Camp Columbia in 1900? | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Kudo, R. | Japanese Scientist (1922) | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Kyle, Mary B. | Second wife to Lemuel S. Reed | Local Source [10/12/2000]

La Garde, Dr. | SEE LA GARDE, LOUIS A. |

La Garde, Louis A. | U.S. Army Surgeon | Partial LC Authority [10/19/2000] Full LC is: La Garde, Louis A. (Louis Anatole), 1849-1920.

La Roche, Rene | French Physician; Yellow Fever Researcher; see: http://www.collphyphil.org/FIND_AID/hist/histlr2.htm | Partial LC Authority [5/3/2001] Full LC is: La Roche, R. (Rene), 1795-1872.

Ladd, Maj. | Officer, United States Army, Division Headquarters, Cuba, 1900 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

LaGarde, Louis A. | SEE LA GARDE, LOUIS A. | Officer, United States Army Medical Corps., worked with Gorgas in the Canal Zone | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Lage, Guiellermo | Doctor, 1940 at Finlay Institute | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Laine, Dr. | Physician, Cuba, 1900; Leonard Wood's attending Physician | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Lake, Dorothy M. | Assistant in Education, The American Museum of Natural History, New York; full name is Dorothy Morris Lake; married to Harold G. Lake; lived 1917-October 16, 2000 | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Lamb, D. S. |Physician | Partial LC Authority [9/7/2001] Full LC is: Lamb, Daniel Smith, 1843-1929.

Lambert, Gustaf E. | Involved with the Yellow Fever experiments; born December 31, 1874 and died August 1962;congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [4/9/2001]

Lambert, Gustav | SEE LAMBERT, GUSTAF E. |

Lambert, Gustus E. | SEE LAMBERT, GUSTAF E. | Involved with the Yellow Fever experiments | Local Source [10/5/2000]

Lambert, Mrs. | Wife of Gustaf E. Lambert | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Lambert, [s.n.] | Authority over sanitation work in the Canal Zone, position unknown. | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Lamborn, Charles C. |Treasurer, National Savings and Trust Company, Washington, D. C. (1924) |Local Source [11/15/2001]

Lampner, Harold | Involved with the Camp Lazear dedication | Local Source [6/7/2001]

Lampson, Robin | Author who wrote "Death loses a pair of wings: the epic of William Gorgas and the conquest of yellow fever, a novel in cadence(1939) | Partial LC Authority [10/13/2000] Full LC is: Lampson, Robin, 1900-.

Lappage, Eleanor |Secretary to Dr. Spies (1952) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Lastra, Jose Elias Olivella | Cuban Physician (1953); Minister of Health and Human Services in Cuba [8/24/2001[ | Local Source [5/17/2001]

Latimer, Caroline | Physician; Author of "Youth's Companion Reed story"; name verified in letter from her to C.C. Sweitzer | Local Authority [10/2/2000]

Latimore, Caroline | SEE LATIMER, CAROLINE | Physician; Author of "Youth's Companion Reed story" | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Latimore, Dr. | SEE LATIMER, CAROLINE | Female doctor, same as Caroline Latimer??? | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Lavinder, Claude H. |Surgeon, United States Public Health Service; also known as C. L. Lavinder and C. H. Lavinder |Local Source [11/12/2001]

Law, Frank F. | President, Wyeth Company; Associated with commissioning of the Cornwell painting | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Lawrence, Annie | Emilie L. Reed's sister. SEE ANNIE VAUGHAN

Lawrence, Emilie | Mrs. Emilie L. Reed | SEE REED, EMILIE LAWRENCE

Lawrence, Emilie B. | Also known as Emilie Lawrence, Miss Lawrence, Turnip-top, Miss Gouty, Oomsay. B = Blackwell. She later becomes Emilie Lawrence Reed. | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Lawrence, John Vaughan | Emilie L. Reed's father | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Lawrence, Hannah R. | Known as Mrs. Lawrence and Hannah Rea Lawrence | Local Source [10/12/2000]

Lawrence, Mrs. | "Mother" (to Emilie Reed) | Local Source [9/6/2000] SEE LAWRENCE, HANNAH R.

Lawson, George B. | Physician (1940) | Local Source [1/29/2002]

Lawton, Gen. | Military Governor of a Province in Cuba, 1989 | Local Source [4/10/2001]

Lazear, Catherine E. | SEE SETH, CATHERINE E.; Aunt of Jesse W. Lazear; ("Aunt Kate" in the documents)| Local Source [5/3/2001] [1/22/2002]

Lazear, Charles Clayland | Brother of Jesse Lazear | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Lazear, Charlotte C. |Mother of Jesse W. Lazear; She remarries and later becomes Charlotte Clayland Sweitzer (~1920); Aunt of Alexander L. Seth and Grandmother of William Houston Lazear; full name is Charlotte Clayland Pettigrew Lazear | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Lazear, Houston |Son of Jesse W. Lazear(1900)| Local Source [1/21/2002]

Lazear, James B. | Uncle of Jesse Lazear | Local Source [5/3/2001]

Lazear, Jessie | Grandfather of Jessie W. Lazear married to Frances Burbridge | Local Source [1/22/2002]

Lazear, Jesse T. |Lawyer, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1904); full name is Jesse Thomas Lazear, whose father is Thomas C. Lazear | Local Source [1/22/2002]

Lazear, Jesse W. | Physician; full name is Jesse William Lazear born May 2, 1869 and died September 25, 1900; congressional gold medal recipient; see genealogy at: http://etext.virginia.edu/healthsci/reed/public/images/004/00456005.jpg; Hall dedicated to him: http://www.washjeff.edu/departments/chemistry/home%20page.html | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Lazear, John M. | Cousin of Jesse Lazear | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Lazear, Leatha | Prepared a booklet on the history of the Yellow Fever Experiments | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Lazear, Mabel H. | Wife of Jesse W. Lazear (1896); Full name is Mabel Houston Lazear; appears as Mabel Houston (before she was married) | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Lazear, Mabel M. | SEE LAZEAR, MABEL H. |Wife of Jesse W. Lazear |

Lazear, Margaret | REPLACE WITH BRIGGS, MARGARET LAZEAR | Daughter of Jesse Lazear |

Lazear, Mrs. Houston | Wife of Houston Lazear (1952)| Local Source [1/21/2002]

Lazear, Thomas C. |Lawyer; Son of Jesse T. Lazear (1908); full name is Thomas Clay Lazear | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Lazear, William Houston | Son of Jesse W. Lazear. Also known as "Buster" and "Houston" | Local Source [10/24/2000]

Lazear, William L. | Father of Jesse W. Lazear; died in 1880 when Jessie W. was 11 years old| [5/4/2001]

Lazier, Wilbur A. |Director of Chemical Research and Development, Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc. (established 1849), Manufacturing Chemists, Brooklyn, New York (1952) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Leahy, Dr. | Doctor in Boston(1939) | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Leake, James P. |Retired Medical Director, National Institute of Health, United States Public Health Service, Federal Security Agency, Bethesda, Maryland(1946) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Leathers, W. S. |Physician, State Health Officer, Mississippi (1923) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Leavitt, D. E. |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Leavitt, Dave |Sent a Walter Reed Sanitary Report, found at Station Hospital, Fort Robinson, Nebraska to P.S. Hench; Full name is "Milo David Leavitt, Jr." (1947) |Local Source [9/3/2001] [1/22/2002]

Leavitt, Jr., Milo David |SEE LEAVITT, DAVE |

Lebredo, Dr. | SEE LEBREDO, MARIO J. |

Lebredo, Mario G. | Physician, Cuban sanitation, defender of Finlay; Full name is Mario Garcia Lebredo; Los doctores Emilio Martínez y Mario García Lebredo, publicaron en 1905, un caso de Enfermedad de Weil diagnosticado desde el punto de vista clínico-epidemiológico. Cinco años más tarde se reportó un brote epidémico de la Enfermedad de Weil entre los trabajadores que construían el alcantarillado de La Habana, según comunicación oral realizada en 1921 por los doctores Juan Guiteras, Mario G. Lebredo y William H. Hoffmann a la Academia de Ciencias Médicas, Físicas y Naturales de La Habana. See: http://bvs.sld.cu/revistas/spu/vol26_1_00/spu05100.htm [8/24/2001] | Local Source [4/11/2001]

Lebredo, Mario J. | SEE Lebredo, Mario G. |

Lee, Fitzhugh | A general, United States Army, Seventh Corps, Cuban operations. | Local Source [10/2/2000] Might be the same name as: Lee, Fitzhugh, 1835-1905, which is in LC Authority file.

Lee, Mrs. | Wife of Fitzhugh Lee; In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/24/2000]

Leidelin, Harold |Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Yellow Fever Bureau, University of Liverpool (1915) |Local Source [11/6/2001]

Leikind, Morris C. |Chief, Division of Historical Research, Medical Museum, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. (1951) | |Partial LC Authority [1/21/2002] Full LC is Leikind, Morris C. (Morris Cecil), 1905-

LeMan, Lloyd D. | Major, Signal Corps, Office of the Chief Signal Officer, War Department, United States (1942) | Local Source [8/31/2001]

Lemon, W.S. |Physician; Associated with the Mayo Clinic | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Lenner, [s.n.] | Unveiled plaque for Carroll at Camp Lazear Dedication | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Leon, Estela Agramonte Rodriguez | Daughter of Aristides Agramonte; Referred to as "Miss Agramonte", even though she was married; name varies as "Estella" and as Estela Agramonte de Rodriguez Leon| Local Source [5/4/2001]

LePrince, Joseph A. | Physician; full name is: Joseph Albert Augustin LePrince, 1875-?; provided information to Robin Lampson for a biography of Gorgas; Sanitary Engineer with the United States Public Health Service | Local Source [4/11/2001]

LePrince, Joseph Augustine | SEE LEPRINCE, JOSEPH A. |

LeRoy y Cassa, Jorge |Physician; Jefe de Demografia Sanitaria Nacional, Havana, Cuba (1927) |Partial LC Authority [9/7/2001] Full LC is: Le-Roy y Cassa, Jorge, 1867-1934.

Lewis, James H. | SEE Lewis, James Hamilton |

Lewis, James Hamilton | United States Senator from Illinois (1913-1919; 1931-1939); House Representative from Washington (1897-1899); see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=L000284 | Partial LC Authority [8/17/2001] Full LC is: Lewis, James Hamilton, 1863-1939.

Lewis, Nellie | Roger Post Ames' Nurse (Cuba, 1900); also known as "Winifred Lewis?" [8/17/2001] | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Lewis, Senator | SEE LEWIS, JAMES HAMILTON |

Lewis, Sinclair | American author | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000] Full LC is: Lewis, Sinclair,1885-1951.

Lhotka, Charles L. |Chief, Civics and Documents Department, The Chicago Public Library | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Lincoln, Abraham | United States President; served 1861-1865 | Partial LC Authority [10/13/2000] Full LC is: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.

Linson, John H. |Surgeon, United States Public Health Service (1923); name also varies J. H. Linson |Local Source [11/15/2001]

Lippard, Vernon W. | Physician; Dean of the Yale University School of Medicine | Partical LC Authority [8/21/2001] Full LC is: Lippard, Vernon W., 1905- .

Lippitt, W.F. | Physician; Director of Sanitation, San Juan PR Military Hospital (1916) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Lister, Joseph | Doctor; discovered antiseptic surgery | Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000] Full LC is: Lister, Joseph, Baron, 1827-1912.

Livermore, William R. | Major General, United States Army; was on General Lee's staff in 1899 | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Lodge, Henry Cabot |United States House Representative (1887-1893) and Senator (1893-1924 ); (1935) see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=L000393 | Partial LC Authority [1/22/2002] Full LC is: Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924.

Logan, Leatha |From Marian, Indiana (1943) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Logan, R. Elwood | On staff of the American Museum of Natural History (1940) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Lombard, M.S. | Physician, United States Public Health Service (Alabama, 1922) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Long, John D. | Assistant Surgeon General (1922) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Longfellow, Mr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Lopez del Valle, Dr. | SEE Lopez del Valle, Jose A. | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Lopez del Valle, Jose A. | Physician, Cuban sanitation, defender of Finlay | Local Source [4/11/2001]

Lopez del Valle, [s.n.] | SEE LOPEZ, DEL VALLE, JOSE A. | Physician; Acting Assistant Surgeon, San Juan PR Military Hospital |

Lopez, Guillermo Garcia |Physician, Havana, Cuba (1951) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Lopez, Julian Zunzunegui | In Hench letters. Was 7 years old at time of yellow fever experiments. Owned/rented? land around Camp Lazear; lived on part of the Rojas farm, rented by his father from the Rojas family | Local Source [11/3/2000] edited [8/29/2001]

Love, Albert E. | SEE LOVE, ALBERT G. |

Love, Albert G. | Lt. Colonel, United States Medical Corps. ; Associated with the Walter Reed Memorial Association | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Low, George G. |Secretary, Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, London, England (1917) | Local Source [11/7/2001]

Lowdermilk, W.H. | Bookseller: W.H. Lowdermilk, Co. | Local Source [10/10/2001]

Lower, Margaret H. |Vice Chairman, Army Medical Center, Walter Reed General Hospital, The Memorial Chapel (1930) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Ludlow, Gen. | SEE LUDLOW, WILLIAM |

Ludlow, Miss | Physician; Entymologist for Army Medical Museum (1925) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Ludlow, [s.n.] | SEE LUDLOW, WILLIAM |

Ludlow, William | Major General, United States Army, Cuban operations | Local Source [4/11/2001]

Lundeen, Ernest |Representative, United States from Minnesota (1917-19, 1933-37); Senator, United States from Minnesota (1937-1940); see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=L000514 | Partial LC Authority [8/29/2001] Full LC is: Lundeen, Ernest, 1878-1940.

Lutz, Adolpho | A doctor | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Lyman, [s.n.] | United States Army Medical Corps, Position unknown | Local Source [4/11/2001]

Lynch, Delia A.. |Physician?; full name is Dr. Delia A. Lynch; Wanted to see Dr. A. S. Pinto recognized for yellow fever work (1942) | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Lyons, Bertha L. | Assistant to Director of Hall of Fame at New York University | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Lyster, Dr. | SEE LYSTER, THEODORE C.

Lyster, Theodore C. | Physician; United States Army/Airforce? General during WWI; Member of the Rockefeller Foundation International Health Board's Yellow Fever Commission (1916) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Lyster, Winifred | Also known as Mrs. Henry F. Lyster (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Maass, Clara Louise |Nurse, RN; lived 1876-1901; see: http://www.nursingworld.org/hof/maascl.htm and http://www.stamponhistory.com/people/maass.html | Local Source [10/2/2000]

MacArthur, Douglas |United States General, World War II; Aide to President Theodore Roosevelt, 1906-1908; see: http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/books/cg&csa/MacArthur-D.htm | Partial LC Authority [8/17/2001] Full LC is: MacArthur, Douglas, 1880-1964.

MacDonald, John T. |Physician, Miami, Florida (1948) | Local Source [9/5/2001]

MacDonald, William |From Rochester, Minnesota (1954) | Local Source [1/21/2002]

Machado, Manuel | Peruvian Public Health Yellow Fever Worker in Peru (1921) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Machado de Cardenas, Pedro |Physician; Jefe de Redaccion y Administrado, Revista de la Sanidad Militar, Havana, Cuba (1941)|Local Source [1/21/2002]

Macia, Adrian | Owner of Camp Lazear (formerly San Jose Farm )infected clothing shack which Hench wanted to buy. | Local Source [11/03/2000]

Macia, Mr. | SEE MACIA, ADRIAN |

MacLachlan, Maude |"The Record", Central High School , Syracuse, New York (1927) |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Macphail, N. P. | Medical Superintendant, United Fruit Company, Quirigua, Guatemala (1923) | Local Source [1/14/2002]

Magill, Mrs. | Runs boardinghouse in Edinburgh. Jesse Lazear's landlady. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Magoon, Charles E. |Judge; Governor of the Canal Zone; Provisional Governor of Cuba (1907) | Partial LC Authority [10/2/2000] Full LC Local Source is: Magoon, Charles Edward, 1861-1920.

Maguire, John |From New York City, New York | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Mahon, Anna | Teacher or Student?; on stationary is: Harlem Evening High School for Women, Board of Education, The City of New York (1927) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Malagon, Javier |Researcher (Ph.D.); Secretario, Instituto Panamericano de Geografia e Historia, Mexico (1952) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Malaret, Blanca |Secretary to Dr. Saladrigas, Instituto Finlay, Cuba (1941) | Local Source [1/14/2002]

Malloch, Archibald | Librarian, New York Academy of Medicine | Partial LC Authority [5/15/2001] Full LC is: Malloch, Archibald, 1887- .

Mallock, Dr. | SEE MALLOCH, ARCHIBALD | Librarian, NY Academy of Medicine

Malone, Dorotha |Student, Woodrow Wilson Junior High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Mandel, Walter J. |Acting Deputy Collector, Treasury Department, St. Paul, Minnesota (1952) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Mann, Kathleen |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Mansai, Patrick | Sir Patrick Mansai, authority on tropical diseases living in late 19th century -- could not verify |Local Source [10/23/2000]

Mansfeld, A.S. von | SEE Mansfelde, A. S von |

Mansfelde, A.S. von | Physician from Nebraska who tried to increase Lazear pension | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Manson, Patrick | Tropical disease authority; sometimes carried the title of "Sir" | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000]Full LC is: Manson, Patrick, Sir, 1844-1922.

Manson, Patrick (Sir) | SEE MANSON, PATRICK |

Manson, R.H. | Physician; with F.J. (or F.P.) Kress Box Company (1917) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

March, Peyton Conway | General, United States Army; see biographical information at: http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/books/cg&csa/March-PC.htm | Partial LC Authority [6/12/2002] Full LC is: March, Peyton Conway, 1864-1955.

Marietta, S.M. | General, United States Army | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Marrux, Garcia | Cuban Minister of Health (1941) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Marsh, Charles S. |Captain, Corps of Engineers, Engineer Production Plant, United States Army (1941) | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Marshall, Mary Louise | Librarian, School of Medicine, The Tulane University of Louisiana (1941), Library Director (1929-1959). See: http://www.tulane.edu/~matas/marshall.html | Partial LC Authority [1/14/2002] Full LC is: Marshall, Mary Louise, 1893-1986.

Marshall, [s.n.] | Public Health Official (North Carolina, 1916) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Marti Ibanez, F. |Physician; Medical Director, Winthrop Products, Inc., New York City, New York ;name varies as F. Marti Ibanez and Felix Marti Ibanez |Partial LC Authority [9/3/2001] Full LC is: Marti-Ibanez, Felix, 1915-1972.

Martin, Henry| Caretaker, University of Virginia; former Thomas Jefferson slave; lived 1826-1915 | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Martin, Senator | SEE MARTIN, THOMAS S. |

Martin, Thomas S. | United States Senator from Virginia; served 1895-1919; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=M000200 |Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000]Full LC is: Martin, Thomas S. (Thomas Staples), 1847-1919.

Martinez H., J. |Merida, Yucatan, Mexico (1932) |Local Source [11/15/2001]

Martinez, Jose | Volunteer in the Yellow Fever Experiments, 1900, 1901 | Local Source [4/11/2001]

Martinez, [s.n.] | SEE MARTINEZ, JOSE |

Marvin, H.P. | Physician | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Mason, Charles F. |Physician; Major, Surgeon, United States Army (1905) |Partial LC Authority [10/12/2001] Full LC is: Mason, Charles Field, 1864-1922.

Mason, Robert J. | Involved with the Camp Lazear dedication | Local Source [6/7/2001]

Mason, [s.n.] | United States Army [Medical Corps] | Local Source [4/11/2001]

Mason, [s.n.] | Senator (Maryland, 1907) - however official congressional website does not confirm this | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Matas, Rodolfo | New Orleans doctor | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Mattingly, L.H. | Chief of Division, Property Accounts Division, Office of Auditor for the Island of Cuba (1901) | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Maus, Louis M. | On General Lee's staff in 1899 | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Maus, L. Mervin (Louis Mervin), 1851-1939.

Matas, Rudolph | SEE MATAS, RODOLFO |

Maupin, Dr. | SEE MAUPIN, S.

Maupin, S. | Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy at the University of Virginia; served 1854-1865 | Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000]Full LC is: Maupin, S. (Socrates), 1808-1871.

Maxcy, Kenneth F. | Assistant Surgeon, United States Public Health Service (Southern United States, 1924) | Partial LC Authority [5/4/2001] Full LC is: Maxcy, Kenneth Fuller, 1889- .

Maya, Thomas J. | Wrote article in 1905 supporting yellow fever transmission by clothing | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Mayer, Edgar |Physician, New York City, New York (1943) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Mayer, Williard D. |Physician; Detroit, Michigan (1951) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Maynard, Harry Lee | United States Representative from Virginia served March 4, 1901-March 3, 1911; Proposed bill for pension; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=M000283 | Lived 1861-1922 | Local Source [4/12/2001]

Maynard, Mr. | SEE MAYNARD, HARRY LEE |

Mayne, Bruce | Pysician, United States Public Health Service (1920's) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Mayo Clinic Library | Used as Corporate Author ; library of the Mayo Clinic, named Mayo Clinic Library (in 1947 document) and is currently called Mayo Medical Libraries or Mayo Foundation Libraries; established in 1907; see: http://www.mayo.edu/medlib/medlib.html | Local Source [7/24/2002]

Mayo Foundation |Used as Corporate Author; established in 1919; see: http://www.mayoclinic.org/ | Full LC [7/24/2002:]: Mayo Foundation

Mazzuri, Paul | Physician; Assisted Ames with care of Yellow Fever Patients | Local Source [5/4/2001]

McAlpin, Gen. | Officer; United States Army | Local Source [4/12/2001]

McAlpin, Mrs. | ?Wife of General McAlpin | Local Source [4/12/2001]

McCan, [s.n.] | Wrote biographical sketch of Reed's life after his death and before 1927 | Local Source [4/12/2001]

McCaw, W.D. | SEE MCCAW, WALTER D. |

McCaw, Walter D. | Officer, United States Army Corps; Author | Partial LC Authority [10/13/2000]Full LC is: McCaw, Walter D. (Walter Drew), 1863-1939.

McCallan, May | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

McCallan, Professor | Professor. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

McCaw, Walter Drew | SEE MCCAW, WALTER D.

McClain, A.V. | Assistant to the President, Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania (1940) | Local Source [8/29/2001]

McClure, [s.n.] | Acquaintance of Howard A. Kelly | Local Source [4/23/2001]

McComas | SEE MCCOMAS, LOUIS E. |

McComas, Louis E. | United States Representative and Senator from Maryland, served as Representative from March 4, 1883-March 3, 1891, and the Senate from March 4, 1899 until March 3, 1905; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=M000351 | Partial LC Authority [5/4/2001] Full LC is: McComas, Louis E. (Louis Emory), 1846-1907.

McConnell, J.C. | Camp Columbia volunteer (1900) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

McConnell, [s.n.] | Kean writes of him to Sternberg, 1900 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

McCord, Miss | Worked with Lena Warner in Cuba | Local Source [8/17/2001]

McCoy, Adolphus E. |Student, Woodrow Wilson Junior High School Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

McCoy, Frank R. |Major General, United States Army, appointed to Manchuria, 1930; see: http://www.rootsweb.com/~pamchs/house.htm | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000] Full LC is: McCoy, Frank Ross, 1874-1954.

McCoy, G. W. |Surgeon; Director, Hygienic Laboratory, United States Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. (1923) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

McCubbin, W.A. |Bureau of Entymology and Plant Quarantine, United States Department of Agriculture | Local Source [8/29/2001]

McCulloch, [s.n.] | Involved with Panama Canal work | Local Source [5/4/2001]

McCullough, [s.n.] | Gorgas wants him to work in the Canal Zone, 1905 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

McCutchen, Mary I. S. M. |Also known as Mrs. Charles McCutchen [1907] |Local Source [10/15/2001]

McDermott, G.A. | Publisher, wanted to publish Hench's book on Reed | Local Source [5/10/2001]

McDonald, Angus | Wrote article about mosquitoes | Local Source [5/4/2001]

McEwan, E.F. | Friend of P.S. Hench, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1941) | Local Source [8/30/2001]

McEwen, Currier | Physician and Dean at New York University College of Medicine (1953); corresponded with Hench after Camp Lazear dedication | Local Source [8/16/2001]

McFarland, Ross A. |Division of Research, George F. Baker Foundation, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University (1948); see: http://www.libraries.wright.edu/special/manuscripts/aeromed.html |Partial LC Authority [9/4/2001] Full LC is: McFarland, Ross Armstrong, 1901-1976.

McFadden, [s.n.] | Son of a scientist who worked with Ronald Ross in London before WWI, 1917 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

McGuffey, William Holmes | Professor of Philosophy; Taught at the University of Virginia (1845-1873); Ordained a Presbyterian Minister (1829) See McGuffey Papers at: http://www.lib.muohio.edu/mcguffey/| Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873.

McGunnegle, James | Captain, Q. M. C., Adjutant (1918) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

McKee, Dr. | Reed corresponded with him while at Fort Apache to remove Alberti | Local Source [8/20/2001]

McKenna, F. A. | Manager, Hotel Nacional Habana de Cuba (1941) | Local Source [1/14/2002]

McKenna, William J. |Clerk of New York County (1892); name appears as Wm J McKenna | Local Source [6/5/2002]

McKinley, William | United States President; served 1897-1901. First appears in Lazear letters as a presidential candidate. |Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000]Full LC is: McKinely, William, 1843-1901.

McKnight, Virginia Harley | Physician (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

McLean, Donald H. | Representative from New Jersey, United States Congress (March 4, 1933-January 3, 1945); see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=M000545; full name is Donald Holman McLean | Local Source [8/28/2001]

McNeill, A.P. | Superintendant?, F.P. Kress Box Company (1917) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

McPherson, Augusta C. | Wife of Dorsey M. McPherson | Local Source [8/20/2001]

McPherson, Dorsey M. |Worked with Reed at Fort Apache | Local Source [8/20/2001

McPherson, Rev. | Officiated at Lazear's funeral | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Mead, S. C. |Secretary, The Merchants' Association of New York (1907) | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Medina, Garcia | SEE MEDINA, PABLO GARCIA |

Medina, P. Garcia | SEE MEDINA, PABLO GARCIA |

Medina, Pablo Garcia | Director, National Hygiene (Columbia, 1923); Full name is Pablo Garcia Medina | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Meehan, Col.|(1935)|Local Source [1/17/2002]

Meitin, Antonio Garcia | Architect of Camp Lazear Monument (1952-1953)

Melier, Charles | French Physician; wrote book on an Epidemic at St. Nazaire | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Mellon, Andrew | REPLACE WITH MELLON, ANDREW W. | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Mellon, Andrew W. | United States Secretary of the Treasury; served 1921-1932 Partial LC Authority [10/3/2000] Full LC is: Mellon, Andrew W. (Andrew William), 1855-1937.

Meloan, Alice |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Mendelsohn, Isador W. | Associate/Assistant Sanitary Engineer, United States Public Health Service [8/24/2001]

Mendoza, Ricardo | Physician with Public Health Yellow Fever work in Peru (1921) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Mercer, Lt. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/12/2000]

Merchants'Association of New York | sent telegram to Mabel H. Lazear (1908) | Full LC Authority [6/6/2002]

Merrill, O. C. |Executive Secretary, Secretary of the Treasury (1920) |Local Source [11/13/2001]

Messer, Richard | Chief Engineer, Virginia Board of Health |Local Source [8/24/2001]

Metcalf, [s.n.] | Commanding Ambulance Service Sections, France, 1917 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

Michie, Maj. | SEE MICHIE, ROBERT E. LEE | [4/24/2001]

Michie, P. E. Lee | SEE MICHIE, ROBERT E. LEE | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Michie, Phil | Brother of Thomas J.Michie; worked at the Mayo Clinic | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Michie, Robert E. Lee | Major, United States Army under General Fitzhugh Lee; name also appears as R.E. Lee Michie and Major Michie; from Albemarle County, Virginia | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Michie, Thomas J. | Brother of Philip Michie |Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Michie, Thomas Johnson, b. 1867-. (I think this is Thomas Johnson -- ???)

Milanes, Fernando | Physician, Cuban; Official who supported Reed's contributions to yellow fever conquest (1941) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Miles, Nelson Appleton | General, United States Army, visits Cuba in 1900, see: http://www.arlingtoncemetery.com/namiles.htm and http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/books/cg&csa/Miles-NA.htm, lived 1839-1925 | Full LC is: Miles, Nelson Appleton, 1839-1925 [5/30/2002]

Miles, Gen. |SEE MILES, NELSON APPLETON | General, United States Army, visits Cuba in 1900 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

Miles, Mrs. | Wife of General Miles | Local Source [4/24/2001]

Miller, Dr. | West Africa Yellow Fever (1920's) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Miller, Frederick A. | With the International Board work in Columbia; same as Dr. Miller? | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Miller, Mrs. |Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Miller, [s.n.] | Relationship unknown, War Department, Office of the Surgeon General (1917) | Local Source [1/14/2002]

Milligan, Rhett |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Millis, Walter | Author of "The Martial Spirit" concerning Leonard Wood, 1932 | Partial LC Authority [4/24/2001] Full LC is: Millis, Walter, 1899-1968.

Minor, James F. |President, Albemarle County Historical Society, Charlottesville, Virginia (1948) | Local Source [9/5/2001]

Minturn, Robert S. |Full name Robert Shaw Minturn (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Miranda, Luis Rudolf | Sub-Secretary of State, Marianao, Havana, Cuba (1940) | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Mitchel, Captain | May be same as E. W. Mitchel (1920) |Local Source [1/14/2002]

Mitchel, E. W. | (1921) | Local Source [1/14/2002]

Mitchell, Miss | Friend of Lawrence T. Royster and acquaintance of Mrs. Reed. Local Source [10/5/2000]

Mitchell, S. Weir | Physician; specialized in Neurology; born February 15, 1829 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and died January 4, 1914 | Partial LC Authority [8/16/2001] Full LC is: Mitchell, S. Weir (Silas Weir), 1829-1914.

Mitten, [s.n.] | | Local Source [10/10/2001]

Mohler, Henry K. | Dean of Jefferson Medical School (1939) | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Moersch, [s.n.] |Friend of Philip Showalter Hench (?); also used for the family named as a whole (1940) | Local Source [12/19/2001]

Monroe, Willys M. | Physician, International Health Board, New York, New York (1923) | Local Source [12/14/2001]

Montgomery, Robert | Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (1938)| Local Source [8/28/2001]

Moore, H. F. |Deputy Commissioner, Bureau of Fisheries, Department of Commerce, Commissioner of Fisheries, Washington, D.C. (1916) |Local Source [11/6/2001]

Moore, Mr. | Friend of...; not sure if the same as "Johnnie" Moore | Local Source [9/6/2000]

Moore, [s.n.] | Worked in Camp Lazear | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Moorman, Lewis J. |Physician; Medical Director, Farm Sanitorium, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (1946) |Partical LC Authority [9/3/2001] Full LC is: Moorman, Lewis Jefferson, 1875- .

Morales, Dolores | Sra. Rojas' Niece; Remembered Camp Lazear as a child | Local Source [10/18/2000]

Morales, Ygnacio | Sra. Rojas' Nephrew | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Moran, Elida | Wife of John J. Moran | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Moran, John J. | Volunteer in the Yellow Fever Experiments, Last survivor of Cuban yellow fever mosquito experiment; born March 15, 1876 and died September 29, 1950; congressional gold medal recipient | Partial LC Authority [10/13/2000] Full LC is: Moran, John J. (John Joseph), 1876-1950.

Moran, Manuel Guiterrez | Volunteer in the Yellow Fever Experiments | Millis, Walter, ßd 1899-1968

Moran, Mrs. | Wife of John J. Moran | SEE MORAN, ELIDA

Morejos, A. |Physician, Department of Health, Cuba (1908) | Local Source [1/14/2002]

Morgan, G. E. | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Morgan, S. S. |Chairman, The Maryland Branch of the Shut-In Society; Also known as Mrs. W. D. Morgan and Mrs. William Dallam Morgan (1907)| Local Source [10/12/2001]

Morin, John M. | United States Representative from Pennsylvania; lived 1868-1942; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=M000961| Local Source [1/21/2002]

Morris, F. H. |Auditor, Treasury Department, U.S.A. (1900) | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Morris, John S. | Worked at Camp Columbia | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Morris, Josephine Ames |Sister of Roger Post Ames; Wife of Will Morris | Names varies as Mrs. W. A. Morris, Mrs. Will Morris | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Morris, Mrs. W.A.| SEE Josephine Ames Morris | Sister of Roger Post Ames; name varies as Mrs. Will Morris (1942)| Local Source [8/17/2001]

Morris, Robert | Acquaintance of Gorgas, Canal Zone, 1906 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

Morris, [s.n.] | Same as Robert Morris?; Young man known to Gorgas, Canal Zone, 1906 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

Morris, Will |Husband of Josephine Ames | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Morrison, W.Z. | Uncle of P.S. Hench; also known as "Uncle Billy" (1940) | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Moseley, Benjamin | Physician | Partial LC Authority [6/7/2002] Full LC is: Moseley, Benjamin, 1742-1819.

Moya, [s.n.] | Physician, Cuban Secretary of Health (1940) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Mudd, Sydney Emanuel | United States Representative for the House from 1858-1911 and 1885-1924; lived 1858-1911; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=M001059 | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Mudd, [s.n.] | SEE MUDD, SYDNEY EMANUEL |

Muench, H. |Physician, Ankylostomiasis Commission (1923) | Local Source [1/14/2002]

Muller, Henry R. | Physician; Worked on International Health Board, leptospira experiments (1923) | Local Source [5/4/2001]

Munroe, Charles E. |Professor, George Washington Univeristy (1907) |Partial LC Authority [5/4/2001] Full LC is: Munroe, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1849-1938.

Munson, E. L. |Secretary Editor, Association of Military Surgeons, Army Medical Museum, Washington, D. C. ; Brigadier General; Munson General Hospital (Michigan?) named after him . |Partial LC Authority [11/6/2001] Full LC is: Munson, Edward L. (Edward Lyman), 1904-1947.

Murphy, Miss |(1907) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Murphy, P. F. | Physician, Port Medical Officer, United Fruit Company, New Orleans, Louisiana (1922) | Local Source [12/17/2001]

Murphy, William | SEE MURPHY, WILLIAM P.

Murphy, William P. | Physician, Pathologist; friend of Hench; received "The Order of Finlay" honor; received the 1934 Nobel Prize "for their discoveries concerning liver therapy in cases of anaemia"; see: http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1934/; lived 1892-1987 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Murran, Alicilla M. |Science Teacher (?), North High School, Omaha, Nebraska [1927?] |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Murray, Alexander | SAME AS DR. MURRAY?, Physician, United States Army Medical Corps, seeking position in Panama, 1906 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

Murray, Dr. | Physician known to Gorgas, Canal Zone, 1906 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

Murray, Mrs. | Wife of Alexander Murray, 1906 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

Murry, Mrs. | SEE MURRAY, MRS. |

Narbona, Oscar M. |Manager, Hotel Varadero Internacional (1951), Varadero, Cuba |Local Source [9/6/2001]

Neal, [s.n.] | Hospital Steward who took care of mosquitoes used for the yellow fever experiments according to John J. Moran | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Neary, William | Patient with a fever chart | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Neate, John S. | Sargeant, Camp Columbia Hospital Steward; Reed's lab assistant | Problem: first name lacking in many references, so may also appear as "Sgt. Neate," "Steward Neate," or "Neate, [s.n.]," may also be misspelled as "Neal" or "Neale" | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Nelson, Robert F. |Director of Publicity, Virginia State Chamber of Commerce; name also appears as R. F. Nelson | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Nettles, T. D. | Local Manager, United Fruit Company (1922) | Local Source [1/14/2002]

Newton, B. R. |Assistant Secretary, Bureau of the Public Health Service, Treasury Department, Office of the Surgeon General (1916) |Local Source [11/6/2001]

Nichols, H. J. |Army Medical School, Washington, D.C. (1919) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Nichols, [s.n.] | Worked on International Health Board, leptospira experiments (1923) | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Nixon, P. I. |Physician; President, The Texas State Historical Association (1947) |Partial LC Authority [9/4/2001] Full LC is: Nixon, Pat Ireland, 1883-1965.

Noble, R. E. | SEE NOBLE, ROBERT E. |

Noble, Robert E. |Brigadier General; Librarian, Library of the Surgeon General (1923); United States Army Medical Corps, works with Gorgas in Canal Zone | Local Source [4/24/2001][11/15/2001]

Noboa, Carbo | Ecuadorean Physician (1923) | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Noguchi, Dr. | SEE NOGUCHI, HIDEYO |

Noguchi, Hideyo | Japanese physician and medical researcher who died in Africa of yellow fever | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000]Full LC is: Noguchi, Hideyo, 1876-1928.

Nogueira, Pedro | Physician, Marianao Health Unit (Cuba, 1941) | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Nolte, Helen Crone |Walter Reed was a cousin of her Maternal Grandfather (1931) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Norman, W. W. |From the Norman Remington Company, Baltimore, Maryland (1922) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Norris, Dr. | Doctor that Jesse Lazear knew | Local Source [10/25/2000]

Norton, Rupert |Physician; Assistant Superintendant, Johns Hopkins Hospital (1914) |Local Source [10/12/2001]

Norton, [s.n.] | Ambulance Service Unit, France, 1917 | Local Source [4/24/2001]

Norwood, Mrs. | Friend of Mrs. Reed. | Local Source [10/4/2000]

Nott, Josiah C. | Yellow Fever Theorist | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Nouel, Auguste A. |Physician; Acting Assistant Surgeon, U.S.A., Pinar del Rio Barracks, Cuba | Local Source [10/10/2001]

Novey, Dr. | Professor at Johns Hopkins? |Local Source [10/2/2000]

Novy, [s.n.] | SEE NOVEY, DR. |

Noyes, Col. | Colones, United States Army, Cuba, 1901 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Nutt, John Joseph | New York Physician | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Obregon, Alvaro | President of Mexico, 1920-1924 | Partial LC Authority [5/7/2001] Full LC is: Obregâon, Alvaro, 1880-1928.

Oemler, Marie C. | (1928); full name is Marie Conway Oemler | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Old, H.N. | Assistant Sanitary Engineer, United States Public Health Service (Georgia, 1924) | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Oliver, Dr. | Helped get Yellow Fever bill passed; Baltimore; associated with with John Hopkins | Local Source [10/4/2000]

Olivari, [s.n.] | Peruvian Yellow Fever worker with Hanson (1921-1922) | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Oliver, Dr. | Baltimore Physician associated with Johns Hopkins | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Olsen, William | U.S. army private; yellow fever volunteer; born August 27, 1874 and died September 10, 1932; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Operti, Albert | Artist of Camp Lazear painting | Local Source [5/7/2001]

O'Reilly, R.M. | SEE O'REILLY, ROBERT M.

O'Reilly, Robert M. | Surgeon General of the United States Army; served 7 September 1902-14 January 1909; Chairman of the Red Cross from February 1906-December 1906; see: http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/O'Reilly.htm | Partial LC Authority [10/3/2000]Full LC is: O'Reilly, Robert M. (Robert Maitland), 1845-1912.

Orr, Charles P. | Cousin of Jesse Lazear | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Orr, Charley | SEE Orr, Charles P. ; In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Orue, Francisco | Mayor of Marianao (1953); unveiled Lazear Medallion at dedication | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Osgood, L. | [1907?] | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Osler, William | Physician; Professor at Johns Hopkins University, 1902 | Partial LC Authority [10/6/2000] Full LC is: Osler, William, 1849-1919.

Osornio, Enrique | Mexican Physician; Sub-director, Rockefeller Foundation that sponsored Yellow Fever Commission (1921) | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Otis, Charles E. | Lawyer, St. Paul, Minnesota (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Oviedo y Valdez, Goncalo Fernando | SEE Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes, Gonzalo |

Owen, Jr., John A. |President, Virginia Alpha Chapter, Alpha Omega Alpha, University Station, Department of Medicine, University of Virginia, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Virginia Hopsital, Charlottesville, Virginia (1947); document also shows him as Librarian at Alderman Library | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Owen, Mr. | Possibly John A. or Robert L.?; introduced 1910 Senate Bill to provide a memorial statue and tablet in honor of the members of the Yellow Fever Commission | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Owen, Robert | Oklahoma Senator, United States; served 1907-1925; published biographical sketches of Walter Reed | Partial LC Authority [4/25/2001] Full LC is: Owen, Robert Latham, 1856-1947.

Owen, William O. |Medical Researcher (1923) |Partial LC Authority [1/17/2002] Full LC is: Owen, William O. (William Otway), 1854-1924.

Packard, Arthur W. |From New York City, New York (1947) | Local Source [9/4/2001]

Page, Capt. | Aide-de-Camp to Leonard Wood; died of Yellow Fever (Cuba, 1900) | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Palmer, Capt. | Officer, United States Army, Cuba, 1901 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Parcell, L. Evans |Sent pictures of diorama to Hench; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Pardinas, Jesus | Created yellow fever chart | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Pareja, Wenceslao | Physician; Director of Health in Guayaquil, Ecuador | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Parker, Charles | Hospital Steward, Las Animas Hospital, 1900 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Parker, George | Mississippi Board of Health (Malaria Work, 1922) | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Parker, [s.n.] | Headed Yellow Fever Experiments in Vera Cruz, Mexico (1903) | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Parran, Thomas | Surgeon General of the Public Health Service, Apr. 6, 1936 - Apr. 5, 1948 | Partial LC Authority [4/25/2001] Full LC is: Parran, Thomas, 1892-1968.

Parrau, [Robert] | SEE PARRAN, THOMAS |

Parsons, H.S. |Chief, Periodical Division, The Library of Congress, United States (1941) | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Pascual, Alfredo Nunez | Worked for Havana Newspaper | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Paton, Stewart |Physician (1900) |Partial LC Authority [10/12/2001] Full LC is: Paton, Stewart, 1865-1942.

Patron, Dr. | Physician?; Helped Mabel Lazear in pension efforts; associated with Johns Hopkins? | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Patterson, Robert U. | United States Surgeon General, served 1 June 1931-31 May 1935, lived 16 July 1877-5 December 1950; full name is Robert Urie Patterson; see: http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/Patterson.htm | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Patterson, [s.n.] | Officer who died of yellow fever in Cuba | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Paul, John R. |Physician?; Associated with the Section of Preventive Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut | Local Source [5/6/2001]

Peabody, Betty | SEE PEABODY, ELIZABETH| Local Source [10/4/2000]

[Peabody?], Clara |? 1929 |Local Source [10/29/2001]

Peabody, James E. | Worked to publicize Reed (1920's) | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Peabody, Elizabeth | Daughter of James E. Peabody who was instrumental in Congressional Campaign to honor heroes of 1900; appears also as Betty Peabody| Local Source [5/7/2001]

[Peabody?], George |? 1929 |Local Source [10/29/2001]

Peabody, Mrs. | SEE PEABODY, MRS. JAMES E. | Local Source [10/4/2000] |

Peabody, Mrs. James E. | Wife of James E. Peabody; also known as Peabody, Mrs. James E. | Local Source [5/7/2001]

[Peabody?], Richard |? 1929 |Local Source [10/29/2001]

Peace, Miss | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Peak, Mayme Ober | Also known as M.O.P. |Local Source [1/14/2002]

Peddicord, Harper | Physician, Redwood City, California (1935) | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Pedroso, Martin Javier | First husband of Sra. Rojas; owned San Jose property | Local source [5/7/2001]

Pemberton, Anne |Name also appears as Mrs. J. deJ. Pemberton; From Rochester, Minnesota (19XX) | Local Source

Pemberton, Mrs. J. deJ. | SEE PEMBERTON, ANNE (1942) |Local Source [1/21/2002]

Pena, Dr. | Acquaintance of Kean's from Cuba, 1900 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Penhallow, D. P. |Surgeon; Physician; full name is Dunlap Pierce Penhallow (1925) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Penhallow, Sarah D. |Mother of Dunlap Pierce Penhallow and wife of David Pierce Penhallow; full name is Sarah A. Dunlop Penhallow |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Penrose, Mary L. | Also known as Mrs. Clement B. Penrose [1907] | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Peraza, Fermin |Director, Anuario Bibliografico Cubano (1946) | Partial LC Authority [1/14/2002] Full LC is: Peraza Sarausa, Fermin, 1907-1969.

Perez Beato, Manuel |Physician (1940) |LC Authority [1/18/2002]

Perez de los Reyes, Rudolfo |Member/Patron of Cuban Camp Lazear Memorial Committee (1952-1953) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Perez, Jose Rodriguez | SEE RODRIGUEZ PEREZ, J. F. | Librarian, Finlay Institue (1941) | Local Source [8/23/2001]; corrected [10/18/2001]

Perkins, George C. |Senator, United States from California who served 1893-1915 ; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=P000232 | Partial LC Authority [11/5/2001] Full LC is: Perkins, George C. (George Clement), 1839-1923.

Perkins, Maj. | In charge of the Military Division of the Red Cross, France 1917 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Perkins, R. T. |Physician, Tulane University, New Orlean, Louisiana | Local Source [11/14/2001]

Perlitt, J. J. |Gerente, Banco Mercantil Americano del Peru Piura (1921) |Local Source [11/13/2001]

Perrin, Dr. | Wrote Yellow Fever article | Local Source [5/7/2001]

Perry, H. G. |Registrar, Vital and Mortuary Statistics, The State Board of Health of Alabama, Montgomery, Alabama (1915) |Local Source [11/12/2001]

Perry, J. C.[or J. G.?] |Acting Surgeon General, Office of the Surgeon General, Bureau of the Public Health Service, Treasury Department, Washington, D. C. (1918). Hard to deciper from the signature whether it is a "C" or "G." | Local Source [11/12/2001]

Perry, [s.n.] | Worked with Gorgas in the Canal Zone, 1905 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Pershing, Gen. | SEE PERSHING, JOHN J. |

Pershing, John J. | General, United States Army, see: http://www.mit.edu/activities/c12abn/files/pershing.html | Partial LC Authority [4/25/2001] Full LC is: Pershing, John J. ßq (John Joseph), 1860-1948.

Persons, Col. | Officer, Ambulance Service, France | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Petain, Gen. | SEE PETAIN, PHILIPPE |

Petain, Philippe | General, French Army; see: http://gi.grolier.com/wwii/wwii_petain.html | Partial LC Authority [4/25/2001] Full LC is: Petain, Philippe, 1856-1951.

Peters, William E. | Professor, University of Virginia; Instructor of Walter Reed | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Peters, William E. (William Elisha), 1829-1906.

Peters, William Elisha | SEE PETERS, WILLIAM E. |

Peterson, Maj. | SEE PETERSON, MATTHEW |

Peterson, Matthew | Chief Commissary Officer, United States Army, Cuba; died of Yellow Fever, 1900 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Peterson, Matt (Maj.) | SEE PETERSON, MATTHEW |

Peterson, Mrs. | Wife of Major Matthew Peterson; killed herself after being diagnosed with Yellow Fever | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Pettman, F. E. |Physician, The Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Board, New York City, New York (1923)| Local Source [1/17/2002]

Pew, J. Howard | President of Sun Oil Company and John J. Moran's boss | Partial LC Authority [10/17/2000]Full LC is: Pew, J. Howard (John Howard), 1882-1971.

Phalen, James M. | Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army; Editor of the "Military Surgeon: Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States" | Local Source [8/15/2001]

Phalon, James M. | SEE PHALEN, JAMES M. |

Phillips, John W. | Physician; American Sanitary Commission (Panama, 1905) | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Phillips, R. Hart | Correspondent, New York Times, in Cuba; helped Hench | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Phillips, R. Hart (Ruby Hart).

Phillips, [s.n.] | SEE PHILLIPS, JOHN W. |

Pickett, I.W. | Worked with the Rockefeller Yellow Fever Commission (Peru, 1921) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Pierce, C. C. |General; Chairman of the Board, Bureau of the Public Health Service, Office of the Surgeon General, Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. (1920); 1921 Assistant Surgeon General | Local Source [11/14/2001]

Pierce, Dr. | Physician; inspected Yellow Fever work in Mexico (1923); not sure if this is the same person as C. C. Pierce | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Pilcher, James | Surgeon's Assistant; Fort Custer, Montana (c1885) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Pillsbury, E.S. | San Francisco lawyer who helped Mabel Lazear get pension | Partial LC Authority [5/9/2001] Full LC is: Pillsbury, E. S. (Evans Searle), b. 1839.

Pinto, A .S. | U.S. army doctor; yellow fever volunteer at Camp Columbia; name might also be Pinto, Alva Sherman or Pinto, Albert or Pinto, Alvin S.??? | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Pinto, A. Sherman | SEE PINTO, A.S. |

Pinto, Albert | SEE PINTO, A.S. |

Pinto, Alvin S. | SEE PINTO, A.S. |

Plato | Writer | LC Authority [10/10/2000]

Pogliotti, Dino Francisco | SEE POGOLOTII, DINO FRANCISCO |

Pogolotti, Dino Francisco | Brother of Luis Pogolotti; purchased San Jose farm (Camp Lazear) in 1910; owned with his brother part of San Jose farm (Camp Lazear site) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Pogolotti, Luis | SEE POGOLOTTI, LUIS B. |

Pogolotti, Luis B. | Land owner in Cuba including Camp Lazear; helped Hench with Camp Lazear research (1940) | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Ponce, Felipe Carbonell | SEE CARBONELL, FELIPE PONCE |

Pool, [s.n.] | Made visit to Canal Zone, 1906 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Pope, Alton S. |Physician, Chicago (1927) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Porter, Joseph Y. |Physician; State Health Officer; State Board of Health of Florida (1904) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Porthier, Oliver L. | SEE POTHIER, OLIVER L. |

Postell, William D. |Librarian, Agramonte Memorial Library, Louisiana State University, New Orleans, Louisiana (1941); Director of the LSU Medical School Library in 1959-1974, see: http://www.tulane.edu/~matas/postell.html | Partial LC Authorioty [9/3/2001] Full LC is: Postell, William Dosite, 1908-1982.

Pothier, Oliver L. | Physician involved with Yellow Fever work (Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1903) and (West Africa, 1920's)

Pou, James H. |Lawyer, General Practice, Raleigh, North Carolina (1915) |Partial LC Authority [11/6/2001] Full LC is: Pou, James H. (James Hinton), 1861-1935.

Presedo, Becente | Yellow Fever volunteer | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Presedo, Beciente | SEE PRESEDO, BECENTE |

Presnell, James F. |Physician, Acting Assistant Surgeon, U.S.A., Pinar del Rio Barracks, Cuba (1900) | Local Source [10/10/2001]

Presno, Dr. | SEE PRESNO, JOSE A. |Cuban Physician; President of the Academy of Sciences | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Presno, Jose A. | Physician; Minister of Public Health and Sanitation, Havana, Cuba; President of the Cuban Academy of Sciences (1952) | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Presno Bastiony, Jose Antonio, 1876-1953.

Price, Curtis E. | Physician; Surgeon (Fort Custer, Montana, 1885) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Price, Marshall L. | Full name is Marshall Langton Price (1907) | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Priestley, [s.n.] | Friend of Philip Showalter Hench (?); use also for the family group name (1940) |Local Source [12/19/2001]

Procter, [s.n.] | Head of U.S. Military Affairs Commission (59th Congress) | Local Source [10/9/2000] | SEE PROCTOR, REDFIELD.

Proctor, Redfield | United States Senator from Vermont 1891-1908 and Head of Committee on Miliary Affairs for the 59th Congress | Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000]Full LC is: Proctor, Redfield, 1831-1908.

Proctor, [s.n.] | SEE PROCTOR, REDFIELD |

Pruneda, Alfonso |Physician; Secretary General of the Department of Public Health, Mexico |Local Source [11/14/2001]

Purdy, Theodore M. |Editor, Trade Books, D.Appleton-Century Company, New York City, New York (1948) | Local Source [9/5/2001]

Pyle, N. W. |From Minneapolis, Minnesota (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Pym, William | Military Surgeon; Superintenant of British Naval Hospitals; lived 1772-1861; see: http://www.otway.com/family/2308.html |Local Source [5/9/2001]

Quayle, Daniel |Former "line" employee of H. R. Carter (1924) | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Queen Victoria | British Monarch from 1837-1901; lived 1819-1901 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Quinn, S. J. | Deputy Collector in Charge, Bureau of Customs, Treasury Department, St. Paul, Minnesota (1952) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Quiroz, Dr. | Peruvian Physician; involved with the Yellow Fever Campaign (1921) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Raeder, John M. | United States Army Private; Nurse in Panama (1905) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Rafferty, Ogden | Major, United States Army Medical Corps., 1908 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Rake, Paul F. | From Jefferson Medical College (1952) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Ramos, Domingo | SEE RAMOS, DOMINGO F. |

Ramos, Domingo F. | Physician; Director of Cuban Sanitation, 1936 | Local Source [10/18/2000]

Ramos, Dr. | SEE RAMOS, DOMINGO F. Secretary of Defense of Cuba | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Ramsey, George H. |Friend? of Laura Carter's (1930) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Randall, Colonel |United States Army, Columbia Barracks (1899) | Local Source [6/10/2002]

Randin, J. |Physician, Acquaintance of P.S. Hench {1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Randolph, F.F | Employee, Oxford University Press, Oxford Medical Publications, New York (1940) | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Rankin, Fred | SEE RANKIN, FRED W. |

Rankin, Fred W. | Physician, Clinical Professor of Surgery at the University of Louisville; President of AMA (1942-12 | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Rankin, Fred W. (Fred Wharton), 1886-1954.

Ransdell, Joseph E. | U.S. Representative and Senator from Louisiana; served 1913-1931 | Partial LC Authority [10/6/2000]Full LC is: Ransdell, Joseph E. (Joseph Eugene), 1858-1954.

Ransdell, Sen. | SEE RANSDELL, JOSEPH E. |

Ransom, B. H. |Treasurer and Secretary, The American Society of Tropcial Medicine |Partial LC Authority [11/16/2001] Full LC is: Ransom, Brayton Howard, 1879-1925.

Rappleye, Willard C. |Physician; Professor; Dean of the College of Physicians & Surgeons from 1931-1958, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center associated. See: http://cpmcnet.columbia.edu/news/journal/archives/jour_v16n3_0006.html |Partial LC Authority [9/7/2001] Full LC is: Rappleye, Willard C. (Willard Cole), 1892-1976.

Ratcliff, Mrs. | Acquaintance of Carlos Finlay, Havana, 1908 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Rath, Frederick L. | SEE RATH, JR., FREDERICK L. |

Rath, Jr., Frederick L. | Director, National Trust for Historic Preservation (1951); lived 1913-2001 | Full LC Authority [8/23/2001]

Ravenel, Mazyck | SEE RAVENEL, MAZYCK P. |

Ravenel, Mazyck P. | Professor, Bacteriology, University of Pennsylvania, later at University of Missouri | Partial LC Authority [4/25/2001] Full LC is: Ravenel, Mazyck Porcher.

Raymond, F.N. | The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Export Company. Ltd. (San Juan Puerto Rico) | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Read, Florence M. | Assistant Secretary, Rockefeller Foundation's International Health Board (1921) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Recio , Alberto | Havana Physician; Secretary of Sanitation; friend of Agramonte's (1940) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Redd, H. Carter | Cousin of Laura Armistead Carter; handled Laura's finances | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Reder, John M. | Registered Nurse | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Reed, Alice | Reed relative who helped Laura Wood with her book (1940's) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Reed, Annie | Half-Sister to Walter Reed | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Reed, Bettie | Mother of Lemuel Reed?; Walter Reed grandmother? | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Reed, Blossom [Emilie M.] | Daughter of Walter and Emilie Reed | Local Source [10/18/2001]

Reed, C.L. | Physician; criticized work of [Sanitary?] Commission under Gorgas (1905) | Local Source [5/9/2001] Same as Reed, Charles A.L.???

Reed, Charles A.L. | Author of a critical report on the sanitation work in the Canal Zone | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Reed, Christopher | Brother to Walter Reed. Also known Kit Reed. | Local Source [10/12/2000]

Reed, David A. |Chairman, Committee on Military Affairs, United States Senate (1932) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Reed, Emilie | SEE REED, EMILIE M.

Reed, Emilie Lawrence. | Also known as Emilie B. Lawrence, Miss Emily, and Emilie L. Reed Local Source [9/6/2000]. Authority was changed in August 2001 to spell out the "Lawrence" part.[9/11/2001]

Reed, Emilie M. | SEE REED, BLOSSOM [EMILIE M.] | Daughter of Walter & Emilie Reed; also named Emilie with a middle name of Mabel/Mable? and nickname of Blossom. Also known as Miss Annapolis and Miss Lumpkin. Married 1917-1920 to "Cook." | Local Source [10/4/2000]

Reed, Fannie |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Reed, J.C. | SEE REED, JAMES C.

Reed, James | SEE REED, JAMES C.

Reed, James C. | Minister, Virginia Conference, M. E. Church, South; Walter Reed's older brother. Also known as Jimmie Reed. ; Full name is James Clayton Reed | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Reed, James Clayton | SEE REED,JAMES C. |

Reed, Landon | Mrs. Lawrence Reed; Walter Reed's Daughter-in-Law | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Reed, Laura | Walter Reed's sister. SEE BLINCOE, LAURA REED

Reed, Lawrence [Walter L.] |Major General; Son of Walter and Emilie Lawrence Reed; Also known as Laurie and Darboy; name also varies as: Walter L. Reed | Partial LC Authority [10/13/2000]Full LC is: Reed, Walter, L. [10/23/2000]

Reed, Lemuel S. | Father of Walter Reed; first wife is Pharaba W. Reed; second wife is Mary B. Kyle. Also known as Pa. | Local Source [10/12/2000] Full name is Lemuel Sutton Reed [10/17/2000]

Reed, Mary | Lemuel Reed's second wife. Also known as Ma, Grandma Reed, and Ma Reed.; full names is Mary Byrd Kyle Reed | Local Source [8/28/2000]

Reed, Mary Byrd Kyle | SEE REED,MARY |

Reed, Pharaba W. | Walter Reed's mother; first wife to Lemuel S. Reed | Local Source [10/12/2000] Full name is Pharaba White Reed [10/17/2000]

Reed, Thomas | SEE REED, THOMAS WALK | [8/17/2001]

Reed, Thomas Walk | Walter Reed's brother; Merchant and Farmer | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Reed, W. O |Major, G. S. (1918) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Reed, Walter |Also known as Lt. Walter Reed, Mantee, Mr. Priggie, Walter Reed, M.D., Bolus.; congressional gold medal recipient; see: http://www.wramc.amedd.army.mil/welcome/history/ and http://wrair-www.army.mil/welcome/reedHistory.htm | Partial LC Authority [4/5/2000]Full LC is: Reed, Walter, 1851-1902

Reed, Walter L. | DECISION WAS MADE TO USE REED, LAWRENCE [WALTER L.] 6/13/2001 and to add the bracketed part on 10/18/2001 | Major General, Walter Reed's son | Partial LC Authority [10/13/2000]Full LC is: Reed, Walter, L.

Reeve, Roy M. | Photographer with the Army Medical Museum (1940) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Reilly, [s.n.] | Patient of Lambert's; Commissary Sergeant | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Remsen, Ira | Professor and President (1901-1912) at The Johns Hopkins University; see: http://www.jhu.edu/~gazette/2000/sep1100/11remsen.html | Partial LC Authority [5/31/2002] Full LC is: Remsen, Ira, 1846-1927.

Repetti, Mrs. George |Broadmoor, Colorado (1947) |Local Source [1/21/2002]

Repp, Mrs. R.M. | Friend of P.S. Hench |Local Source [8/29/2001]

Reyes, Jorge | Peruvian Public Health Inspector (Yellow Fever Campaign, 1921) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Reynolds, Charles R. | United States Army; Surgeon General from 1 June 1935-31 May 1939; lived 28 July 1877-2 December 1961 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Reynold, Frederick P. | Physician; Medical Secretrary, The New York Academy of Medicine, Committee on Medical Education | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Reynolds, Gen. | SEE REYNOLDS, CHARLES R. |

Reynolds, General | SEE REYNOLDS, CHARLES R. |

Rhoads, M. A.|Secretary to Mr. Keeling, Keeling & Company, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana (1948) | Local Source [9/5/2001]

Ribas, [s.n.] | Headed Yellow Fever experiments (Sao Paolo, Brazil, 1901) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Rice, Lee |Physician, American National Building, Galveston, Texas (1923) |Local Source [11/16/2001

Rice, Paul North |Librarian; Chief of the Reference Department, The New York Public Library (1940) | Partial LC Authority [8/29/2001] Full LC is: Rice, Paul North, 1888-1967.

Rice, Thurman B. |Department of Public Health, Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, Indiana(1948) |Partial LC Authority [9/5/2001] Full LC is: Rice, Thurman B.(Thurman Brooks), b. 1888.

Richards, B. M. |Department of Public Health, Mexico (1923) |Local Source [11/15/2001]

Richards, W. S. |Disbursing Clerk, Office of the Secretary, Treasury Department (1910) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Richardson, George O. | American Public Health Worker (Peru, 1921) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Richardson, Louisa C. |Secretary(?), Harvard University Medical School (1925) | Local Source [1/15/2002]

Richmond, Vena | Nurse (Camp Columbia); served with Truby (1900) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Ricketson, Jr., Oliver G. | Researcher/worker, yellow fever work | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Riley, Muryle |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Ritchey, Richard B. |Mercersburg, Pennsylvania (1932) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Rittenhouse, B. F. | (1907) |Local Source [10/12/2001]

Ritter, Dr. | SEE RITTER, WILLIAM EMERSON

Ritter, William E. | SEE RITTER, WILIAM EMERSON |

Ritter, William Emerson | Doctor; National Research Council in Washington, D.C.; same as a "Dr. Ritter" mentioned earlier???; also known as Ritter, William E. | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000]Full LC is: Ritter, William Emerson, 1856-1944.

Riva, Isabel |From the Office of Malarial Investigation (1918) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Rixey, [s.n.] | United States Army Medical Corps. | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Roberts, Hugo | Physician, Cuban, sanitation work in Havana, 1908 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Roberts, Mary N. |From the "American Journal of Nursing" (1946) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Robertson, Alvin | Clerk of the Circuit Court of Baltimore City (1885-1897) | Local Source [6/5/2002]

Robertson, H. McG. | Surgeon, United States Public Health Service (1920's) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Robinson, Henry M. | From New York City, New York; friend/acquaintance of Hench's (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Robinson, William Duffield | Physician (1925) | Local Source [1/15/2002]

Roche, Bessie G. | Secretary(?) for Frederick F. Russell | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Rockefeller Foundation |used as "author" of a voucher from the Rockefeller Foundation (see document 01004025, dated 1922) | Full LC Authority [6/7/2002]

Rodriguez, Cesar | SEE Rodriguez Exposito, Cesar| Involved with Camp Lazear Dedication | Local Source [8/21/2001]

Rodriguez, Estela Agramonte | See last name of Leon; Daughter of Aristides Agramonte; name varies as "Estella" | Local Source [10/18/2000]

Rodriguez Exposito, Cesar | Historian, Cuban Department of Health (1952); Secretary, Patronato Pro-Conservacion de la Caseta de los Trabajos Comprobatorios del Descubrimiento de Finlay (1952)| Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Rodriguez Exposito, Cesar, 1904- .

Rodriguez, Pedro Capote |Introductor de Embajadores, Ministerio de Estado, Habana, Cuba (1953) ||Local Source [1/21/2002]

Rodriguez Perez, J.F. |Director, de la Seccion de Publicaciones, Cientificas y Biblioteca, Instituto Finlay, Habana Cuba; Communicated with Hench regarding the history of Military Hospital #1 (1941) | Local Source [8/17/2001]; took hyphen out [10/18/2001]

Rogers, Edith Nourse | Elected as a Republican to the Sixty-ninth Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, John Jacob Rogers; reelected to the Seventieth and to the sixteen succeeding Congresses and served from June 30, 1925, until her death in Boston, Mass., September 10, 1960; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=R000392 | Local Source [10/3/2000] 1881-1960.

Rogers, H. W. |Lieutenant Colonel, D. P. M. Gen., U.S.A., Post Paymaster | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Rogers, Mrs. | Same as Edith Nourse Rogers??? | Local Source [10/9/2000]

Rojas, Ignacio |Land owner of Camp Lazear site (supposedly) | Local Source [10/17/2000]

Rojas, Lidia | Daughter? of Ignacio Rojas | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Rojas, Maria Teresa | Daughter of Ignacio Rojas; uses names: Teresa, Titina, Tina, and Miss Rojas | Local Source [4/23/2001]

Rojas, Maria Teresa Loma viuda de | Wife of Ignacio Rojas | Local Source [4/23/2001]

Rojas, Miss | SEE ROJAS, MARIA TERESA | Daughter of Ignacio Rojas who rented land to Reed | Local Source [11/03/2000]

Rojas, Mrs. | SEE Rojas, Maria Teresa Loma viuda de | Wife of Ignacio Rojas | Local Source [11/03/2000]

Rojas, Theresa | SEE ROJAS, MARIA TERESA |

Rojas, Tina | Relationship unknown | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Roldan, Francisco Dominguez | SEE DOMINGUEZ [ROLDAN], FRANCSICO | Champion of Dr. Finlay | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Roldan, Miguel |Stormville, New York (1953) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Roley, Richard | Advertising Manager at Wyeth; connected with the Cornwell Painting | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Rolff, Carlos |Assistant Treasurer, Office of the Treasurer, Island of Cuba (1900) | Local Source [10/10/2001]

Romero, Raquel |From Havana, Cuba (1944) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Romeu y Jaime, Domingo | Consul of El Salvador? (1941) | Local Source [1/15/2002]

Roper, Crosby | Husband of Larua Wood | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Roper, Laura Wood |Author of "Walter Reed, a Doctor in Uniform" (a children's book), 1943 | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Roper, Laura Wood, 1911- .

Ropes, James H. | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Roosevelt, Theodore | President of the United States from 1901-1909 l Partial LC Authority [11/03/2000]Full LC is: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.

Root, Elihu | U.S. Secretary of War from 1905-1909; U.S. Senator from New York, served 1909-1915 | Partial LC Authority [10/9/2000]Full LC is: Root, Elihu, 1845-1937.

Root Sr., Elihu | SEE ROOT, ELIHU

Root, Secretary | SEE ROOT, ELIHU

Rose, June | Neice of Wallace Forbes; visited by Hench (1942) | Local Source [1/15/2002]

Rose, Mona | Neice of Wallace Forbes; visited by Hench (1942); from Chicago, Illionis| Local Source [5/9/2001]

Rose, Wickliffe | "Original Trustee of the Rockefeller Foundation (1913-1928), Executive Secretary of the Rockefeller Sanitary Commission (1910-1915), Director of the International Health Board (1915-1923), and President of the General Education Board and the International Education Board (1923-1928)" -- from http://www.rockefeller.edu/archive.ctr/rf_wr.html; The Rockefeller Founation funded Henry Rose Carter's work; Rose lived 1862-1931 |Partial LC Authority [4/23/2001] Full LC is: Rose, Wickliffe, 1862-1931.

Rosenau, M. J. |Department of Preventive Medicine and Hygiene, Medical School, Harvard University (1924) |Partial LC Authority [11/16/2001]Full LC is: Rosenau, M. J. (Milton Joseph), 1869-1946.

Rosenau, Myra F. |Friend of Laura A. Carter (1925) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Ross, Dr. | Physician; Head of one of the Cuban United States | Local Source [5/9/2001 Same as John W. Ross??

Ross, John W. | Major, United States Navy; Physician associated with the Yellow Fever experiments in Cuba |Local Source [5/9/2001]

Ross, Ronald | Malaria & Mosquitoes: Abstract of a Discourse Delivered Before the Royal Institute of Great Britain on March 2nd 1900(1900?); Instructions for the Prevention of Malarial Fever: for the Use of Residents in Malarious Places(1900); Report of the Malaria Expedition of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Medical Parasitology(1900); Wrote Mosquito Bridges(1901); Malarial Fever: its Cause, Prevention and Treatment, Containing Full Details for the use of Travellers, Sportsmen, Soldiers, and Residents in Malarious Places(1902); The Best Antimalarial Organization for the tropics(1909); The Prevention of Malaria(1910); Malaria, Influenza and Denque(1905); Researches on Malaria(1905); Yellow Fever in the Old World(1911); A Case of Malarial Fever, Showing a True Parasitic Relapse, During Vigorous and Continuous quinine Treatment(1912); A Summary of Facts Regarding Malaria: Suitable for Public Instruction(1912); Malarial Fever: How it is Caused and How it May Be Prevented(1913?); Correspondence Concerning a Petition Presented to the Honourable House of Commons(1913); Copies of Letters from Sir Patrick Manson (1899 and 1900) and General Gorgas (1914) to Sir Ronald Ross Regarding His Discovery of the Connection Between Malaria and Certain Mosquitoes in 1897-1899(1914); Memoirs: with a full Account of the Great Malaria Problem and its Solution(1923); The Mode of Infection in Malaria: Three More Ross-Manson Letters, 1989(1929) | Partial LC Authority [10/6/2000]Full LC is: Ross, Ronald, 1857-1932.

Ross, Ronald (Sir) | SEE ROSS, RONALD |

Ross, [s.n.(Ronald?)] | SEE ROSS, RONALD|

Rossiter, P. S. | Reported on Yellow Fever outbreak in Havana in 1899; initials might be "R.S"....? | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Roth, Frederick L. | Director of Nate Trust for Historic Preservation | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Roux, [s.n.] | A professor; Pasteur Institute | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Rovensky, [s.n.] | Relationship unknown | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Rowe, George H. |Board of Directors, The Williams & Wilkins Company, Baltmore (1941) | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Rowe, H. J. |National Legislative Council, North Dakota | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Rowe, Rev. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Rowe, [s.n.] |The Director General Office, Pan American Union, Washington, D. C. (1925) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Royster, Lawrence T. |Physician; Department of Pediatrics, University of Virginia Hospital (1930) |Partial LC Authority [9/4/2001] Full LC is: Royster, Lawrence T. (Lawrence Thomas), 1874-1953.

Rubicam, Raymond | Wrote radio script of the Yellow Fever Commission; Advertising Executive| Partial LC Authority [6/12/2002] Full LC is: Rubicam, Raymond, 1892-1978.

Rucker, William C. | Chief Quarantine Officer, Panama Canal Zone (1920's) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Ruffner, E. L. |Lieutenant Colonel, Station Hospital, Fort Banks, Massachusettes (1924) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Ruiz, Juan | Cuban man who lived in Camp Lazear Building No. 1 and who became its caretaker | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Rumbaugh, Anne |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Rush, Benjamin | Physician, Philadelphia | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813.

Russell, Colonel | SEE RUSSELL, FREDERICK F. |International Health Board, New York, New York (1922) | Local Source [11/14/2001]

Russell, Frederick F. |Physician; Director of Public Health Laboratories, The Rockefeller Foundation Intrernational Health Board (1922); involved with the South American Yellow Fever work; President of the Rockefeller Foundation (?); name appears as F. F. Russell | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Russell-Leonard, Thomas M. |Assistant Director of Medical Services, C.D. (1922) | Local Source [6/7/2002]

Ryan, [s.n.] | Patient cared for by Lambert | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Rynearson, [s.n.] | Friend of Philip Showalter Hench (?) (1940) | Local Source [12/19/2001]

Sabatini, J. A. |Sergeant; (1947)|Local Source [1/21/2002]

Sabatini, Mrs. J. A. |Wife of SergeantJ.A. Sabatini; (1947)|Local Source [1/21/2002]

Sacasa, Carlos F. |Physician, Las Encinas Sanitarium, Pasadena, California (1941) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Safford, W. E. |Economic Botanist, Bureau of Plant Industry, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (1923) |Partial LC Authority [11/15/2001] Full LC is: Safford, William Edwin, 1859-1926.

Saili, Aubrey |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Sainz, Arturo | Public Health worker (Peru, 1921) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Saladrigas, Dr. | SEE SALADRIGAS, ENRIQUE |

Saladrigas, Enrique | Physician, Cuban; Minister of Health (1952) | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Salas, Manuel | Brother of Willaim Salas; owned a radio station with brother and broadcasted a program in support of Camp Lazear Memorial (1948) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Salas, William | Brother of Manuel Salas; owned a radio station with brother and broadcasted a program in support of Camp Lazear Memorial (1948) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Sambon, Louis Westenra | Physician; taught at London School of Tropical Medicine (1919) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Sambon, [s.n.] | SEE SAMBON, LOUIS WESTENRA |

Sanarelli, Dr. | SEE SANARELLI, GIUSEPPE |

Sanarelli, Giuseppe | Italian Bacteriologist; early yellow fever researcher, proposed that yellow fever was caused by "bacillus icteroides"(35-45) | Local Source [10/12/2000]

Sanford, Edward T. |Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C. (1907) |Partial LC Authority [10/15/2001] Full LC is: Sanford, Edward Terry, 1865-1930.

Sawyer, W.A. | SEE SAWYER, WILBUR A. |

Sawyer, Wilbur A. | Relationship unknown (1939); Director of the International Health Division, Rockefeller Foundation-can't validate at website http://www.rockfound.org/; successor to Frederick F. Russell | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Scannell, E.J. | International Health Board, Yellow Fever work (Mexico, 1920's) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Schellberg, Leonard | Husband of Louise Shellberg | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Schellberg, Louise | Wife of Leonard Schellberg | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Schereschewsky, J. W. |Assistant Surgeon General, United States Public Health Service (1918) |Local Source [11/12/2001]

Schermer, [s.n.] | Worked with Gorgas in the Canal Zone, 1905 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Schnurr, Dorma | SEE Schnurr, Dorma V. |

Schnurr, Dorma V. | Secretary of Hench's (1940's) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Schobinger, George | Dwight P. Robinson & Company, Inc. Rio de Janeiro (1922) | Local Source [12/17/2001]

Schuler, [s.n.] | SEE SCHULER, HANS |

Schuler, Hans | Sculptor; Made bust of Walter Reed that is in the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Schuman, Henry | Publisher; desired to publish Hench's book on Reed | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Schumann, Lucila | SEE SCHUMANN, LUCILA |

Schumann, Lucilla | Florist, made wreaths for Camp Lazear Ceremony for Hench| Local Source [8/20/2001]

Schwegmann Jr., George A. |Director, Photoduplication Service, The Library of Congress (1941) | Local Source [8/30/2001] [1/17/2002]

Schweitzer, Mrs. C.C. | Mother of Jesse Lazear | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Schwieger, John D. | Involved with the Yellow Fever Experiments | Local Source [10/5/2000]

Scott, Edward | Reporter, Havana Post, wrote "accurate" (according to Hench) story on the Camp Lazear Memorial (1953) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Scott, Gen. [Winfield?} | United States Army; 1916 | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Scott, Hugh | SEE SCOTT, HUGH L. |

Scott, Hugh L. | General; Adjutant to Leonard Wood; served as Chief of Staff of the United States Army from 16 Nov 1914 - 21 Sep 1917 | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Sculler, Carl | German Officer (1918) | Local Source [5/31/2002]

Secretary to Howard A. Kelly | Personal name unknown (1922); see document number 03063009 | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Seeley, Morris Monroe | American Public Health Worker (Peru, 1921) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Seguin, [s.n.] | Physician; Head of the Health Service in French Sudan (1923) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Seidelin, Dr. | Physician, investigated causative agent of yellow fever | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Sellard, Dr. | Physician; investigated causative agent of yellow fever and infectious jaundice | Local Source [4/25/2001]

Senter, Orestes A. B. |(1907) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Serpa Novoa, Roberto | Physician, Bucaramanga, Colombia; assisted with yellow fever work | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Serpa Novoa, Roberto, 1888-1959.

Serpa, Roberto | SEE Serpa Novoa, Roberto |

Seth, Alexander L. | | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Seth, Catherine E. | Aunt of Jesse W. Lazear (Aunt Betty in the documents); sister of Thomas C. Lazear; full name is Catherine Elizabeth Lazear Seth | Local Source [1/22/2002]

Seth, Frances B. | Cousin of Jesse Lazear | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Seth, Joe | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Seth, Miss | Relationship unknown. Same as Frances B. Seth???| Local Source [5/15/2001]

Seward, Blanton P. |Department of Surgery, Lewis-Gale Hospital, Roanoke, Virginia (1931) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Sexton, Anna M. |Librarian, Department of Health, Albany, New York (1941) | Local Source [8/30/2001]

Seymour, Flora Warren |Author, On Board of Indian Commissioners(1927) |Partial LC Authority [10/19/2001] Full LC is: Seymour, Flora Warren, 1888-1948.

Shafter, [Gen.?] | SEE SHAFTER, WILLIAM R. |

Shafter, William R. | A general | Local Source [10/2/2000] Might be the same name as: Shafter, William Rufus, 1835-1906, which is in LC Authority file.

Shakespeare, Edward O. | Author; Report on the Origin and Spread of Typhoid Fever in U.S. Military Camps During the Spanish War of 1898(1904); Member of Typhoid Fever Board | Partial LC Authority [10/10/2000]Full LC is: Shakespeare, Edward O. (Edward Oram), 1846-1900.

Shannon, Dr. | Yellow Fever researcher (c.1890's) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Sharpe, Mr. | Relationship Unknown | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Shaw, Edwin C. |Akron, Ohio (1919) | Local Source [11/12/2001]

Shaw, F.R. | Assistant Sanitary Engineer, United States Public Health service (Louisiana, 1924) | Local Source [5/9/2001]

Shaw, [s.n.] | United States Army [Medical Corps?], 1917 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Sheppard, Morris | United States Senator from Texas, served 1913-1941; United States Representative from Texas, served November 15, 1902, to February 3, 1913; lived 1875-1941 | Partila LC Authority [4/26/2001] Full LC is: Sheppard, Morris, 1875-1941.

Sheppard, Senator | SEE SHEPPARD, MORRIS |

Sheridan, Philip Henry | United States General | Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000]Full LC is: Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888.

Sherman, John P. R. | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Shimer, [s.n.] | United States Army Medical Corps, Canal Zone, 1906 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Shonts, Walker | Worked with the United States Army Medical Corps, 1905 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Shouts, [s.n.] | [Congressional Committee?] Chairman, oversaw Canal Zone, 1906 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Shuell, Lawrence | Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Sigerist, Henry E. |Physician; Medical Historian; Institute of the History of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland; see: http://support.jhsph.edu/sph/sphheros.cfm?detail=50 | Partial LC Authority [8/29/2001] Full LC is: Sigerist, Henry E.(Henry Ernest), 1891-1957.

Siler, J.F. | Lieutenant, Colonel, United States Army ; name varies as Joseph F. Siler |Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Siler, J. F. (Joseph Franklin), 1875-1960.

Siler, Lt. Col. | SEE SILER, J.F. |Lieutenant, Colonel, United States Army | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Siler, [s.n.] | SEE SILER, LT. COL. |

Simmons, Robert G. | SEE SIMMONS, ROBERT GLENMORE |

Simmons, Robert Glenmore | U.S. Congressman from Nebraska; served March4 1923-March3, 1933 | Local Source [10/10/2000] (b1891-d1969)

Simon, Sidney R. |Office of the Secretary and Treasurer, The American Society of Tropical Medicine, Rochester, New York (1919) | Local Source [11/12/2001]

Simpson, June | Wife of Walter M. Simpson; colleague/friend of P.S.Hench | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Simpson, Walt | SEE Simpson, Walter M. |

Simpson, Walter M. |Physician; Director, Kettering Institute for Medical Research, Dayton, Ohio; Husband of June Simpson; friend of P.S.Hench; full name is Walter Malcolm Simpson, born 1895 | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Sitjar, [s.n.] | Wrote about Yellow Fever | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Skinner, Colonel | United States Army; Hospital Center, Am. E. F. (1919) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Skinner, J. O. | Physician; Superintendent, Columbia Hospital for Women, Washington, D.C. [1907] | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Sleeper, [s.n.] | Sent volunteers overseas to the Ambulance Service in France, 1917 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Slocum, Capt. | Officer, United States Army [Medical Corps?], Cuba, 1901 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Slocum, Mrs. | Wife of Captain Slocum, Cuba, 1901 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Smart, Col. | Relationship unknown(1902) | Local Source [10/23/200]

Smith, Austin | Physician; Editor of JAMA; Though not used, his middle name is Edward.| Partial LC Authority [6/5/2001] Full LC is: Smith, Austin, 1912-

Smith, George H. |General Passenger Agent, New Orleans & Northeastern Railroad Company; Alabama and Vicksburg Railway Company; Vicksburg, Shreveport, & Pacific Railway Company (1905) |Local Source [10/12/2001]

Smith, H. M. |Commissioner, United States Bureau of Fisheries, Department of Commerce (1919) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Smith, Jack | | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Smith, Jackson | American associated with Panama Canal work (1908) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Smith, Jno [John] H. |Acting Executive Secretary, The Panama Canal, Canal Zone, Executive Department (1923) | Local Source [11/15/2001]

Smith, Louise F. | Also known as Mrs. Gilbert Smith, Co-President of FIM (Fundacion de Investigaciones Medicas) in Cuba | Local Source [6/7/2001]

Smith, Lucian | Physician, trained under Connor in Mexico (1924); name may vary as Lucian C. Smith (hard to decipher on the 1924 letter0 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Smith, Luther Ely |Attorney and Counselor, Saint Louis, Missouri; friend of Jefferson Randolph Kean (1942)|Partial LC Authority [9/3/2001] Full LC is: Smith, Luther Ely, 1873-1951.

Smith, Major | United States Army (1900) | Local Source [6/11/2002]

Smith, Theobald | Researcher, Microbiologist; Pioneer of American Bacteriology; worked with tick as transmitter of Texas fever; see: http://www.nerc.com/~tss/ and http://www.nerc.com/~tss/tedsmith.htm | Partial LC Authority [8/16/2001] Full LC is: Smith, Theobald,1859-1934.

Smith, Theobald H. | SEE SMITH, THEOBALD |

Smith, William F. |Isthmian Canal Commission (1905); Full name is William Fawcett Smith | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Smittle, Jack |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

[s.n.], Ada | Kean relative, 1917 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

[s.n.], Alice | Aunt to Philip S. Hench (1940) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

[s.n.], Alex | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

[s.n.], Benigno | Spanish yellow fever voluntees | Local Source [10/17/2000]

[s.n.], Burke | Uncle to Philip S. Hench (1940) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

[s.n.], Charles | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

[s.n.], Clarissa | Relationship unknown; ?Same as Mrs. Morgan Jones of New York City | Local Source [11/5/2001]

[s.n.], Dick | Had case of experimental yellow fever in Carroll's experiments, 1901 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

[s.n.], Ellen | Sister Ellen to who?? | Local Source [9/6/2000]

[s.n.], Fernandez | Spanish yellow fever volunteer | Local Source [10/17/2000]

[s.n.], Frances | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

[s.n.], George | [Relative of Louise Kean?], Cuba, 1901 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

[s.n.], Gertrude | Maid or Nanny. In Lazear letters.; friend of Laura Carter | Local Source [10/24/2000]

[s.n.], Had | Friend of Philip S. Hench (1940) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

[s.n.], Haring | Schoolmate and roommate. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

[s.n.], Irving | Actor. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

[s.n.], Jack | (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

[s.n.], Jim | Acquaintance of Morris C. Leikind (1951) | Local Source [1/22/2002]

[s.n.], Laura | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

[s.n.], Lida | Friend or family member of Dr. and Mrs. Philip S. Hench (1941) | Local Source [1/22/2002]

[s.n.], Lulu | Friend of Philip S. Hench (1940) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

[s.n.], Lytt | Relationship unknown. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

[s.n.], Martinez | Spanish yellow fever volunteer | Local Source [10/17/2000]

[s.n.], Molly | [Relative of Louise Kean?], Cuba, 1901 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

[s.n.], Myron | Cousin (from Washington, D. C.) of Laura Carter (1931) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

[s.n.], Nellie | Sister to Mabel Houston Lazear??? In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

[s.n.], Nicoll | Schoolmate. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

[s.n.], Norris |Schoolmate to Jesse. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

[s.n.], Presedo | Spanish yellow fever volunteer | Local Source [10/17/2000]

[s.n.], Sam |Uncle of Philip S. Hench and Atcheson Hench; Union Tanning Company, Greenbrier Tannery, Marlinton, West Virginia (1940) |Local Source [1/17/2002]

[s.n.], Sue | Friend of Philip S. Hench (1940) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

[s.n.], Susan |Signed 1925 telegram to Laura Carter |Local Source [8/7/2002]

[s.n.], Susie | Apache Indian girl who had lived with the Reed's from 1878-1887/1890? | Local Source [5/10/2001]

[s.n.], Terry | Actor. In Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/23/2000]

[s.n.], Thomas | Relationship unknown. Maybe son of Aunt Kate? Maybe relative of Jesse Lazear? | Local Source [10/26/2000]

[s.n.], Thorton | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

[s.n.], Victoria | Indian chased by Fort Apache personnel with Geronimo | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Snidow, Herman W. |Director, Malaria Investigations November 1916 | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Snow, John |Physician (Epidemiology and Anesthesiology); Author; Lived 1813-1858 ; see: http://www.ph.ucla.edu/epi/snow.html and http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dbmd/snowinfo.htm | Local Source [9/10/2001]

Sonntag, Charles G. | U.S. Army Private; yellow fever volunteer; full name Charles Gustave Sonntag born November 20, 1872 and died February 19, 1937; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Sontag, [s.n.] | Relationship unknown Same as Charles G. Sonntag? | Local Source [10/13/2000]

Soper, Fred L. | Director of the Pan American Health Organization (known then as Pan American Sanitary Bureau) in 1947, 1950, and 1954; see: http://www.paho.org/English/PAHEF/soper.htm | Partial LC Authority [8/16/2001] Full LC is: Soper, Fred Lowe (1893-1977).

Sorenson, Harold | Major, Quartermaster Corps., United States Army (1919) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Sosa, Don Antonio | SEE SOSA, ANTONIO |

Sosa, Antonio | Name of tennant from Rojas' farm when Reed rented Camp Lazear land | Local Source [5/10/2001] |

Sosa, [s.n.] | SEE SOSA, ANTONIO |Name of tennant when Reed rented Camp Lazear land | Local Source [11/03/2000] |

South Carolina. Supreme Court. | used as "author" for opinions, laws set in motion, etc. (see 00930001) | Full LC Authority [6/7/2002]

Spielmacher, Earl |Staff Photographer, The Grand Rapids Camera Shop, Inc., Michigan (1940) |Local Source [1/17/2002]

Spies, Tom | SEE SPIES, TOM D. |

Spies, Tom D. | Physician; worked in U.S. and Cuba; involved with Camp Lazear | Local Source [6/7/2001]

Spinden, Herbert Joseph | Expert on Mayan history (1921) | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Spinden, Herbert Joseph, 1879-1967.

Spooner, Mary L. | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Spratling, [s.n.] | Worked with Gorgas in the Canal Zone, 1905 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Springer, Adolph F. | Played a minor role in Camp Lazear experiments | Local Source [5/10/2001]

St. Martin, Alexis | Patient with permanent hole in stomach; operated on by William Beaumont (1820's); mentioned in Hench's speech, document #04801001 | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: St. Martin, Alexis, 1797?-1880.

Standlee, Mary | Historian, Army Medical Center; name also appears as Mrs. Earle Standlee(1951) | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Standlee, Mrs. Earle | SEE STANDLEE, MARY |

Standley, Frank |Office of the Special Assistant to the Secretary, The Secretary of State, Department of State, United States Government (1948) | Local Source [9/4/2001]

Stark, Alexander N. | A doctor; U.S. Army Major; full name is Stark, Alexander Newton | Local Source [10/3/2000]

Stark, Alexander Newton | SEE STARK, ALEXANDER N. |

Stark, Mary | Wife of Alexander N. Stark | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Stark, Mary (Mrs. Alexander Newton) | SEE STARK, MARY |

Stark, Mrs. | SEE STARK, MARY |

Stelle, [s.n.] | Assisted Mr. Norton, Ambulance Service Unit, France, 1917 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Sternberg, George Miller |Physician; Surgeon General of the United States Army from May 30, 1893 - June 8, 1902; Member of the Yellow Fever Commission; see http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/Sternberg.htm | Partial LC Authority [10/2/2000] Full LC is: Sternberg, George Miller,1838-1915.

Stevens, John F. | One of the Chief Engineers in the Panama Canal Zone; see biography at: http://www.czbrats.com/Builders/stevens.htm and http://designbuild.construction.com/MasterBuilders/0801MB.asp |Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Stevens, John F. (John Frank), 1853-1943.

Stewart, A. A. | Captain, Quartermaster Corps. (1918) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Stewart, C. Morton |President of the Trustees, The Johns Hopkins University (1897)| Local Source [6/5/2002]

Stewart, N. P. | Physician (1907) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Stewart, P. M. |Public Health Service, Treasury Department, United States (1925) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Stewart, W. B. | SEE Stewart, W. Branks |

Stewart, W. Branks |Director/Head, Department of Medical Art and Photography, School of Medicine, Louisiana State University (1941); name varies as W. B. Stewart [9/3/2001] | Local Source [8/31/2001]

Stiles, Charles W. | SEE STILES, CHARLES WARDELL

Stiles, Charles Wardell | Parasitologist; Assistant Surgeon General; Stiles and Albert Hassall founded the U.S. National Parasite collection in 1892 (see: http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/np/systematics/animalpar.htm); professor of helminthology at the Army Medical School in 1898; "a Leader in the Fight to Eradicate the Hookworm" (see: http://voteview.uh.edu/entrejdr.htm (go to bottom of page); lived 1867-1941 | Partial LC Authority [8/24/2001] Full LC is: Stiles, Charles Wardell, 1867-1941.

Stiles, Virginia |Friend of Laura Carter (1925)|Local Source [11/16/2001]

Stimpson, W.G. |Physician; Acting Surgeon General, Bureau of the Public Health Service (1915), Treasury Department, Office of the Surgeon General |Partial LC Authority [11/6/2001] Full LC is: Stimpson, W. G. (William Gordon), 1865-1940.

Stimson, A.M. | Assistant Surgeon General (1923) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Stirling, H.V. | Director of Finance, Veteran's Administration (1937) | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Stitt, Admiral | SEE STITT, EDWARD R. |

Stitt, Mrs. E. R. | Wife of Edward R. Stitt; full name is Laura Armistead Carter SEE CARTER, LAURA ARMISTEAD | Local Source [1/21/2002]

Stitt, Edward R. | Admiral, United States Navy; married Laura Armistead Carter; Surgeon General of Navy?; associated with Gorgas; full name is Edward Rhodes Stitt; United States Naval Hospital Library is named after Edward Rhodes Stitt; received an honorary degree from the University of Pennsylvania (STITT, Edward Rhodes, Sc.D., 1924) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Stokes, Adrian | Physician; Researcher in yellow fever in West Africa for the Rockefeller Foundation; Died in Lagos c1927 | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Stone, [s.n.] | A Captain | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Strandlee, Mrs. | An associate of Mrs. Kean and Hench? | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Straub, [s.n.] | Worked with Gorgas in the Canal Zone, 1905 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Streit, Paul H. | Physician and Major General, United States Army Medical Department; Armstrong recommended him to be the United States representative for the Camp Lazear Ceremonies; Commanding General of the Walter Reed Hospital (1952) | Local Source [6/7/2001]

Strobel, Benjamin B. | Researcher on Yellow Fever in South Carolina (1840's) | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Strobel, Benjamin B., 1803-1849.

Strobel, [s.n.] | SEE STROBEL, BENJAMIN B. |

Strode, George K. | Wrote book on Yellow Fever which Hench declined to review | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Strong, Richard A. |Department of Tropical Medicine, Harvard University Medical School (1925) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Stubbs, A.R. | Member, Mexican Yellow Fever Campaign (1920's?) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Sturgis, Dr. | Physician, United States Army Medical Corps, Camp Columbia, Cuba, 1899 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Sturgis, Helen M. | Also known as Mrs. Purdy H. Sturgis (19??) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Sturgis, Mrs. | Wife of Dr. Sturgis | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Suarez, Peter W. |American Car and Foundry Export Company, New York City, New York (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Suarez, Varona | Physician; associated with the Cuban government | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Suarez-Solis, Angel | Owner of house thought to have housed yellow fever victims seen by Dr.Finlay | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Sueido, [s.n.] | Yellow fever case in Havana, 1908 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Sullivan, Mark | Author; American historian; Author of Book Chapter on Gorgas and Yellow Fever | Partial LC Authority [10/10/2000] Full LC is: Sullivan, Mark, 1874-1952.

Sullivan, [s.n.] | Yellow fever patient of Lambert's | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Superintendent of Walter Reed Hospital, The |Tacoma Park, Washington, D.C. (1922) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Susie | SEE [S.N.], SUSIE |

Sutherland, Charles | Physician, Surgeon General of the United States Army from December 23, 1890-May 29, 1893; lived May 29 1829 - May 10 1895. See: http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/Sutherland.htm | Local Source [1/29/2002]

Sutter, Georgia S. |President, Women's Auxiliary of Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania (1940); also known as Mrs. Carleton A. Sutter | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Sutton, J. V. |Chief Claim Agent, Southern Power Company (1921); Wateree Power Company, Charlottee, North Carolina (1922) | Local Source [11/14/2001]

Sweet, E. A. | Surgeon, Public Health Service, Honolulu (1923) | Local Source [12/14/2001]

Sweeney, Ray |Wrote memorandum to Hal Keeling (1948) | Local Source [9/5/2001]

Sweet, E. A. | Office of Medical Officer in Charge, Honolulu Quarantine, Treasury Department, United States Public Health Service (1923) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Sweitzer, Charlotte C. | Jessie Lazear's mother; full name is Charlotte Clayland Sweitzer | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Sweitzer, Mrs. | SEE SWEITZER, CHARLOTTE C. |

Symington, Mr. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/26/2000]

Symington, Mrs. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/26/2000]

Symons, Lt. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/12/2000]

Taft, Secretary [s.n. (William Howard?)] | SEE TAFT, WILLIAM H. |

Taft, [s.n.] | SEE TAFT, WILLIAM H. |

Taft, William H. | United States Secretary of War, served 1904-1908 | Partial LC Authority [4/26/2001] Full LC is: Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930.

Tamayo, Diego | Physician, Cuban Sanitation, deceased by 1927 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Tansey, William A. |Physician, Newark, New Jersey (1929) |Local Source [10/29/2001]

Tapia, Luis G. | Physician, Yellow Fever Campaign (Peru, 1921) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Tasker, A. N. |Major, Medical Corps, United States Army; Army Medical Museum and Library, Office of the Surgeon General, War Department, Washington, D.C. (1922) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Tate, Paul L. | Clerk, Columbia Barracks Hospital (1900-1901) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Taylor, John R. | Las Animas Hospital Clerk; yellow fever volunteer | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Taylor, [s.n.] | in picutre with Finlay, Agramonte, Albertini, etc.; may be John R. Taylor? | Local Source [8/17/2001]

Teller, Henry | United States Senator from Colorado, served 1876-1882; 1885-1897; 1897-1901; 1901-1909; lived 1830-1914 | Partial LC Authority [4/26/2001] Full LC is: Teller, Henry Moore, 1830-1914.

Teller, Senator | SEE TELLER, HENRY |

Templeton, Alexander M. | Lawyer; Washington, Pennsylvania (1927) | Local Source [10/11/2001]

Thayer, Dr. | SEE THAYER, William S.

Thayer, William S. |Physician at Johns Hopkins; Visited L.O. Howard in 1900 as did Jesse Lazear; Wrote Medical Ethics: a lecture to the Fourth Year Class of the Johns Hopkins Medical School, May 27, 1929; full name is William S. Thayer; see: http://www.med.jhu.edu/medarchives/sgml/thayer.html |Partial LC Authority [10/10/2000] Full LC is: Thayer, William Sydney, 1864-1932.

Thayer, W. S. | SEE THAYER, William S. |

Thibault, Dr. | Physician from Arkansas; investigated malaria paraisites | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Thomas, Dr. | Experimented with pryethrum for exterminating mosquitoes before 1909 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Thomas, G. W. | (19??) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Thomas, John | Public Health Worker (Peru, 1921) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Thomas, Pride J. |Physician, Wilmington, North Carolina; full name is Pride Jones Thomas (1905) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Thomases, Jerome | National Archives Building, Washington, D.C. | Local Source [9/3/2001]

Thomason, H.D. | Captain, United States Army Medical Corps, Special Commissioner, Sanitary Department of Santiago [di Cuba] | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Thompson, L. C. D. |On cablegram announcing Carter's death (1925) | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Thompson, Rudolph E. |? (1924) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Thorne, Frank | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Thorpe, J.E.S. | General Superintendant, Tallahassee Power Company; first President of Nantahala Power Plant, opened in 1941; full name is John Edward Stirling Thorpe; died in 1950 (see: http://www.nantahalapower.com/glenville.html)| Local Source [8/24/2001]

Thurlow, Oscar G. | Design Engineer, Alabama Power Company (1915); letters mostly indicate OGT, signature unclear but looks like Thurlow and Thurlow is referenced in letter number 01110001; "Oscar" was confirmed via phone call from the Alabama Power Company (6/6/2002) | Local Source [6/5/2002]

Thurlow, [s.n.] | SEE THURLOW, OSCAR G. (1915) | Local Source [10/29/2001]

Tibbie, Miss | Friend of... | Local Source [9/6/2000]

Tidel, Alton P. | SEE Tisdel, Alton P.| Local Source [8/28/2001]

Tilden, Evelyn B. |Secretary to Dr. Hideyo Noguchi (1923) |Local Source [1/17/2002]

Tillery, P. A. |Assistant General Manager, Carolina Power & Light Company, Raleigh, North Carolina (1915) |Local Source [11/6/2001]

Tillisch, Jan H. |Physician; Clinical Section, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota (1948) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Tilson, John Q. | U.S. Representative from Connecticut and Floor Leader; served 1925-1931 | Partial LC Authority [10/10/2000] Full LC is: Tilson, John O. (John Quillin), 1866-1958.

Tingle, Jedediah | "The American Trust Company," Brooklyn, New York (1927)|Partial LC Authority [11/5/2001] Full LC is: Tingle, Jedediah, 1862-1928.

Tisdel, Alton P. |Superintendant of Documents, United States Government Printing Office (1937) |Partial LC Authority [8/28/2001] Full LC is: Tisdel, Alton P., 1879-1945.

Tisdell, Alton P. | SEE Tisdel, Alton P. |

Tocantins, Leandro M. | ? | Partial LC Authority [6/7/2001] Full LC is: Tocantins, Leandro M. ßq (Leandro Maues),1901-1963.

Tocantins, Leonardo | SEE Tocantins, Leandro M. |

Toepper, C. G. |Librarian and Military Officer; Assistant to the Librarian, Army Medical Library, War Department (1940)|Partial LC Authority [8/29/2001] Full LC is: Toepper, C. G. (Charles G.), 1874-1942.

Torbett, J. W. | Physician; see: http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/TT/fto48.html | Partial LC Authority [12/12/2001] Full LC is: Torbett, J. W. (John Walter), 1871-1949.

Torney | SEE TORNEY, GEORGE H.

Torney, Dr. | SEE TORNEY, GEORGE H. |

Torney, George H. | Physician; United States Army Surgeon General, served 14 January 1909-27 December 1913; lived 1 June 1850-27 December 1913; full name is George Henry; see: http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/Torney.htm | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Townsend, Carolyn | Friend of Laura Carter's (1928) | Local Source [11/16/2001]

Trask, Assistant Surgeon-General | (1916) | Local Source [11/6/2001]

Trout, Hugh H. |Physician; Surgical Department, Jefferson Hospital, Roanoke, Virginia; name varies as Hugh H. Trout, Sr. | Local Source [9/5/2001]

Truby, Albert E. |Officer, United States Army Medical Corps | Partial LC Authority [10/2/2000] Full LC is: Truby, Albert E. (Albert Ernest),1871-1954.

Truby, Barbara | Daugter of Albert E. and Bonnie Truby, 1923 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Truby, Bonnie | Wife of Albert E. Truby | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Truby, Elizabeth | Daughter of Albert E. and Bonnie Truby | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Truby, Mrs. | SEE TRUBY, BONNIE |

Truman, Harry S. |President, United States, 1945-1953 |Partial LC Authority {5/10/2001] Full LC is: Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.

Turner, Thomas | Patient with yellow fever chart | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Turrill, [s.n.] | Relationship unknown | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Turner, Wm. | Professor of Anatomy at Edinburgh. In Lazear letters | Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000] Full LC is: Turner, Wm. (William), Sir, 1832-1916.

Tyler, Mrs. | (1914) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Ulio, J. A. |Adjutant General, United State Army (1919) | Partial LC Authority [10/19/2001] Full LC is: Ulio, James Alexander, 1882-1958.

Uma, Rev. Padre | Possible experimental yellow fever case produced during Carlos Finlay's experiments | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Uncle Tom | Brother to Jesse Lazear | Local Source [10/23/2000]

United States. Congress. House | | Full LC Authority [6/11/2002]

United States. Congress. Senate | | Full LC Authority [6/11/2002]

United States. Dept. of the Treasury | Used as "author" for general memos emanating from this office (e.g. 00822047) | Full LC Authority [6/6/2002]

United States. Public Health Service | Used as "author" for general memos emanating from this office (e.g. 00820001) | Full LC Authority [6/6/2002]

United States. Public Health Service. Office of Medical Officer in Charge | Used as "author" for general memos emanating from this office (e.g. 01102035) | Local Source [6/7/2002

United States. Public Health Service. Office of the Surgeon General | Used as "author" for general memos emanating from this office (e.g. 00811033) | Full LC Authority [6/6/2002]

University of Maryland | Academic Day Program Flyer (1908); 1807 the College of Medicine founded in Baltimore was re-chartered in 1812 as the University of Maryland and is presently (2002) the University System of Maryland | Local Source [6/12/2002]

University of Maryland, School of Medicine |Used as Corporate Author |Name used from local source [7/30/2002] LC form is: University of Maryland at Baltimore. School of Medicine.

University of Virginia, School of Medicine |Used as Corporate Author | Full LC Authority [7/30/2002]: University of Virginia. School of Medicine

Updegraff, Gertrude B. |Friend of Mrs. Walter Reed (1931)| Local Source [10/29/2001]

Upsher, Alfred P. |Physician(?), Life Extension Institute, New York City, New York (1927) | Local Source [10/22/2001]

Usher, Robert J. |Librarian, The Howard Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University, New Orleans, Lousiana (1941) | Full LC Authority [8/30/2001]

Valderrama, Esteban | Painter, Mural depicting Finlay, Reed, Lazear, Carroll at a meeting | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Valdivieso, Julio | Physician, Bucaramanga, Columbia (1923); assisted with yellow fever work | Local Source [8/23/2001]

van Beuren, Jr., Frederick T. | Physician; Associate Dean, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons (1930) |Local Source [10/11/2001]

Van Ezdorf, [s.n.] | SEE VON EZDORF, RUDOLPH H.| "Past Assistant Surgeon" | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Van Scoy, Lela B. | Companion of Louise Wood at the Camp Lazear Dedication | Local Source [8/23/2001]

Vanneril, Josens | Secretario Campala (1921) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Vasconcelos, Angel Brioso | Mexican Physician; Sub-director, Rockefeller Foundation-sponsored Mexican Yellow Fever Commission, 1921 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Vaughan, Annie | Sister to Emilie L. Reed. Also known as Miss Annie, Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs. Annie Vaughan

Vaughan, John N. | Relationship unknown | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Vaughan, John R. | "Vaughan & Barnes": Cotton Merchants and Bankers, established 1872 (1903) |Local Source [10/11/2001]

Vaughan, Mrs. |?Maybe Emilie L. Reed's sister?, Mary Lawrence Vaughan? | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Vaughan, Victor C. | Author of Experimental Studies on the Causation of Typhoid Fever with special reference to the outbreak at Iron Mountain, Mich.: Preliminary Report(1887); Typhoid Fever Board | Partial LC Authority [10/10/2000] Full LC is: Vaughan, Victor C. (Victor Clarence), 1851-1929.

Vaughn, Emmett I. | Physician with the Rockefeller Foundation-sponsored Mexican Yellow Fever Commission, 1921 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Vedder, [s.n.] | Associate editor of the National Cyclopedia of American Biography | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Vega, M. L. |Physician (1921) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Veldee, M. V. |Assistant Surgeon, United States Public Health Service (1923)|Partial LC Authority [11/15/2001] Full LC is: Veldee, M. V. (Milton Victor), 1890-

Veracruz, M. |? |Local Source [11/14/2001]

Vergara, Jose Randin |Physician, Havana, Cuba (1941) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Vergne, Col. | French Army Medical Corps (Peru, 1921); involved in Yellow Fever work | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Victoria | SEE [S.N.], VICTORIA |

Viets, Henry R. |Physician; Editor, Bulletin of the Medical Library Association | Partial LC Authority [8/30/2001] Full LC is: Viets, Henry R. (Henry Rouse), 1890-

Vinal, Gen. | Military Attache, Washington, 1917 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Vincent, George E. | President of the Rockefeller Foundation from 1917-1929; lived from 1864-1941 | Partial LC Authority [4/26/2001] Full LC is: Vincent, George E. (George Edgar), 1864-1941.

Virgil | Writer | LC Authority [10/10/2000]

Voegtlin, Carl |Pharmacologist; first Director of the National Cancer Institute (1938); lived 1879-1960; see: http://rex.nci.nih.gov/wlcm/NCI_History/html/voegtlin.htm |Local Source [1/17/2002

Voegtlin, Silian |Wife of Carl Voegtlin |(1925?) |Local Source [11/16/2001]

von Ezdorf, R.H. | SEE VON EZDORF, RUDOLPH H. |

Von Ezdorf, Rudolph H. | Physician; Assistant Surgeon in Cuba with Yellow Fever work (1903); Surgeon, United States Marine Hospital (1915); later did public health work in the United States | Local Source [5/10/2001]

W. A. Herron & Sons |Realestate Agents, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1899) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Wainwright, J. Mayhew | SEE WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN MAYHEW |

Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew | United States Congressman for New York; served March 4, 1923-March 3, 1923; lived 1864-1945 | Local Source [10/3/2000]

Walcott, Alan | Physician; involved in Yellow Fever Public Health Work (1921-1922) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Walker, Admiral | United States Navy; did not support Gorgas' sanitation work [in the Canal Zone, 1905?] | Local Source [4/26/2001].

Walker, J. Carter |Associated with Woodberry Forest School, Woodberry Forest, Virginia (1925) | Local Source [9/7/2001]

Walker, John G. |Chairman, Isthmian Canal Commission (1904)| Local Source [10/12/2001]

Wallace, Edward P. | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Wallace, [s.n.] | Oversaw work of Gorgas in the Canal Zone, 1905 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Wallach, Sidney | Owned a PR Firm ("Sidney Wallach Associates" -- Public Relations, Magazine Management, Campaign Publicity) that wanted to mount a Reed publicity campaign (1950) | Partial LC Authority [8/23/2001] Full LC is: Wallach, Sidney, 1905-1979.

Walsh, David I. | United States Senator for Massachusetts; served 1919-1925 and 1926-1947 | Partial LC Authority [10/3/2000] Full LC is: Walsh, David I. (David Ignatius), 1872-1947

Walsh, [s.n.] | Massachusetts Senator | SEE WALSH, DAVID I.

Walsh, Th. J. | SEE WALSH, THOMAS JAMES |

Walsh, Thomas James | United States Senator from Montana, served 1913-1933; lived 1859-1933 | Partial LC Authority [4/26/2001] Full LC is: Walsh, Thomas James, 1859-1933.

Walter Reed Memorial Association | Corporate author of documents concerning Walter Reed and his work (1902?); variant form: The Walter Reed Memorial Association| Local Source [6/11/2002]

Wanstrom, R. C. |Physician/Researcher? |Local Source [11/16/2001]

Ward, George S. | Private, United States Army; volunteer in Carroll Typhoid Experiment (1904) | Local Source [10/2/2000]

Waring, Col. | United States Army in Cuba 1898; involved with sanitation work; died of Yellow Fever in 1898 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Warner, Lena | SEE WARNER, LENA A. |

Warner, Lena A. | Nurse with the Yellow Fever Commission work in Cuba, 1902; lived 1869-1948 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Warren, A. J. |Physician; Director of the Rockefeller Foundation (1952) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Warren, Francis E. | United States Senator from Wyoming; served 1890-1893 and 1895-1929 | Partial LC Authority [10/19/2000] Full LC is: Warren, Francis E. (Francis Emroy), 1844-1929.

Warthen, Harry J. |Physician; Chairman, Section on the History of Medicine, Richmond Academy of Medicine, Richmond, Virginia (1951) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Wasdin, Dr. | SEE WASDIN, EUGENE |

Wasdin, Eugene | Researcher; United States Public Health Service, studied Sanarelli's bacillus, 1989; attacked Reed's paper (1900) | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Wasdin, Eugene, 1869-1911.

Wasdin, [s.n.] | SEE WASDIN, EUGENE |

Waters, James F. |Author, The Court of Missing Heirs, Radio Program, New York City, New York(1941) |Local Source [1/17/2002]

Waterson, [s.n.] |(1912) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Watson, James E. | U.S. Representative to Congress from Indiana, served March 4, 1895-March 3, 1897 and March 4 1899-March 3, 1909; U.S. Senator from Indiana, served 1916-1933. | Partial LC Authority [10/10/2000] Full LC is: Watson, James E. (James Eli), 1864-1948.

Watson, Malcolm | Physician, concerned about sanitation and Yellow Fever in Africa; wrote: Watson, Sir M. (1953) African Highway: The Battle for Health in Central Africa. London: John Murray.; lived 1873-1955 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Watson, R. A. |Worker, Frame & Company, New York City, New York (1907) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Watson, Roy |President and General Manager, The Kahler Corporation, Rochester, Minnesota (1951) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Weatherwalk, Edward | SEE WEATHERWALKS, EDWARD

Weatherwalks, Edward | U.S. Army Private; yellow fever volunteer; born July 16, 1874 and died October 21, 1916; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Weatherwalks, Lucy | Wife of Edward Weatherwalks | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Webster, R. S. | SEE WEBSTER, ROYAL S. |

Webster, Royal .S. | Divisional Engineer, Havana Railroad Division (1940); | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Weedon, Leslie W.|Physician, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat (Tampa, Florida, (1919); wrote to Carter for advice on Yellow Fever prevention in the early 1900's | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Welch, S.W. |Physician; Alabama State Health Officer (1922) | Local Source [5/10/2001] may also appear as S.W. Welsh or Dr. Welsh.

Welch, William | SEE WELCH, WILLIAM H. |

Welch, William H. | Physician; associated with yellow fever heroes bill; Johns Hopkins professor and was also on the Rockefeller International Health Board | Partial LC Authority [10/2/2000] Full LC is: Welch, William Henry, 1850-1934.

Welles, Thomas |Acting Chief, Latin American Division, Secretary of State, Department of State, Washington, D. C. (1920) | Local Source [11/12/2001]

Wells, Lt. | Officer, United States Army, Cuba, 1901 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Wells, Sumner | U.S. Under Secretary of State; served 1937-1943 | Local Source [10/16/2000]

Wertenbaker, [s.n.] | SEE Wertenbaker, William |

Wertenbaker, William | Librarian, University of Virginia, 1826-1831, 1835-1857, 1865-1881; Librarian emeritus, 1881-1882. | Authority from Alderman [8/23/2001] Wertenbaker, William, 1797-1882.

West, Clyde L. | U.S. Army Private; yellow fever volunteer; full name Clyde Llewellyn West born April 5, 1877 and died July 17, 1943; congressional gold medal recipient | Local Source [10/10/2000]

West, James E. |Chief Scout Executive, Headquarters National Council, Boy Scouts of America, New York City, New York (1919) | Partial LC Authorty [11/12/2001] Full LC is: West, James E. (James Edward), 1876-1948.

West, Olin. |Physician; Secretary, American Medical Association (1925) |Full LC Authority [9/7/2001]

Westcott, Mrs. George T. |Wife of George T. Westcott, Manteo, North Carolina (1918) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Wetherspoon, W.W. | Brigadier General; served with McPherson | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Wheeler, Helen | Librarian, Welch Medical Library, Johns Hopkins University (1940) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Wheeler, [s.n.] | Health Officer of Colon, Panama, 1905 | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Wheldon, John |Public Relations Division, New York University, Bellevue Medical Center, New York City, New York (1951) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Whipple, George C. |Professor, Sanitary Engineering (1919) |Partial LC Authority [11/12/2001] Full LC is: Whipple, George Chandler, 1866-1924.

White, Charles S. |Physician, Washington, D.C. (1942) | Local Source [9/3/2001]

White, Christine |?Distant cousin of Walter Reed | Local Source [10/6/2000]

White, Joseph H. | Doctor; In Public Health Service, New Orleans, 1903 | Partial LC Authority [10/6/2000] Full LC is: White, Joseph H. (Joseph Henry), 1855-19??

White, R. O. |Physician (1923) |Local Source [1/17/2002]

White, Thomas J. |?Distant cousin of Walter Reed | Local Source [10/6/2000] OCLC lists: White, Thomas J. (Thomas Justin), 1884-1948 -- is this the same person???

White, W. C. |Board of Aldermen, City of Chester, South Carolina (1921)|Local Source [11/16/2001]

White, William Curtis | Relationship unknown (1925) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

White, Wilbert W. | President, Bible Teachers Training School, New York City, New York (1908) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Whitebread, Charles |Assistant Curator, Division of Medicine, Smithsonian Instititution, United States National Museum, Washington, D.C. (1926) | Local Source [10/19/2001]

Whitmore, Eugene R. | Physician, Army Medical School, Washington, D.C. (1917) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Whittaker, Ralph R. | SEE WHITTAKER, RALPH ROHRER

Whittaker, Ralph Rohrer | Relationship unknown; name varies as Ralph Rohrer Whittaker | Local Source [10/10/2000]

Whyte, Pinckney | SEE WHYTE, WILLIAM PINKNEY |

Whyte, William Pinkney | Senator,United States, from Maryland, served 1868-1869; 1875-1881; 1906-1908; see: http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=W000435 | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Whyte, William Pinkney, 1824-1908.

Wilbur, Ray Lyman | U.S. Secretary of the Interior; served 1929-1933 under President Harding | Partial LC Authority [10/5/2000] Full LC is: Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 1875-1949

Wilbur, [s.n.] | Secretary, Interior Department | SEE WILBUR, RAY LYMAN

Wilder, Sarah Hinds |Portland, Oregon (1915)|Local Source [11/6/2001]

Williams, Col. | Colonel, United States Army (Cuba); Head of the New York City Sanitation Department; died of Yellow Fever in 1898 | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Williams, Marian Walker |Physician, Johns Hopkins (1901) | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Williams, Jr., Louis L. | United States Public Health Service, Treasury Department (1920) Anti-malaria work in Virginia (1920's) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Williams, Jr., L.L. | SEE Williams, Jr., Louis L. |

Williams, Master Sergeant | (1947) |Local Source [1/21/2002]

Williamson, C.C. | Chief, Information Service, Rockefeller Foundation | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Williamson [s.n.] | Physician (1924) | Local Source [12/17/2001]

Williamson, John M. |Physician; Board of Health, City Hall, San Francisco, California (1902); | Local Source [10/12/2001]

Willis, John M. |Colonel, Medical Corps, Carlisle Barracks, Medical Field Service School (1941) | Full LC Authority [8/30/2001]

Willson, Chat Hill |(1907) |Local Source [10/12/2001]

Wilmot, F. M. | (1908) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Wilson, Alexander M. |(1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Wilson, Jennie | 1907 | Local Source [10/15/2001]

Wilson, L. E. | Major, Q. M. R. C. (1918) | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Wilson, Louis B. | Director Emeritus of Mayo Foundation; Knew Reed in the 1890's | Partial LC Authority [8/20/2001] Full LC is: Wilson, Louis B. (Louis Blanchard), 1866-1943.

Wilson, Secretary | Further identification unknown | Local Source [10/23/2000]

Wilson, W.F. |Physician, Lake City, Minnesota (1941) | Local Source [8/31/2001]

Wilson, Jr., Robert |(1916) | Local Source [10/17/2001]

Wingate, George W. |Lawyer, Manhattan, New York City, New York (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Winter, Francis A. | Colonel, United States Army | Local Source [8/7/2002]

Winter, [s.n.] | Chief Surgeon, Line of Communications,United States Army Medical Corps, France. might be the same as Francis A. Winter | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Withington, D.J. |Advertising Manager, John Wyeth & Brother, Inc., Manufacturing Chemists, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1941) | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Wise, James |Full name is James Waterhouse (?) Wise (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Wise, Justine Dorothy | (1907) | Local Source [10/16/2001]

Wolcott, Dr. | SEE WALCOTT, ALAN| Rockefeller Foundation, Yellow Fever work in Africa (1922) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Woldert, Albert |Physician, Tyler Texas (1923) |Partial LC Authority [11/15/2001] Full LC is: Woldert, Albert, 1867-1959.

Wolfert, Dr. | Doctor appearing in 1901 letters | Local Source [10/6/2000]

Woltman, Henry W. |Physician; Neurologist, Associate professor at the Mayo Clinic (1927); Award for Superior Performance in Clinical Neurology named after Henry W. Woltman , Mayo Foundation 1973 lived 1889-1964 | Local Source [8/28/2001]

Wood, [] E. | Was on General Lee's staff in 1988; SAME AS ROBERT E LEE? | Local Source [8/27/2001]

Wood, Frances |The Grand Rapids Public Library , Michigan (1940) |Local Source [1/17/2002]

Wood, H. R. |Master, American Schooner "William E. Burnham", Mobile Quarantine (1922) | Local Source [1/17/2002]

Wood, Laura | SEE ROPER, LAURA WOOD |

Wood, Leonard | Major General; Governor of the Moro Province of the Philippines from 1903-1906 and Governor General of the Philippines from 1921 to 1927Appears in the Lazear letters. See: http://www.armyhistoryfnd.org/armyhist/research/detail2.cfm?webpage_id=72&page_type_id=3 | Local Source [10/2/2000]; might be the same as the LC Authority: Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927?? I believe this to be true as this Wood is a contemporary of General Ainsworth [10/24/2000].

Wood, Louise | Daugher of Leonard Wood? Paper may have name wrong and should have written "Laura"? | Local Source [8/15/2001]

Wood, Mrs. | Wife of Leonard Wood; in Lazear letters. | Local Source [10/24/2000]

Wood, William A. |Acting Chief, Division of Public Liaison, State Department, United States Government, Washington, D.C. (1950) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Woodfall, H.C. | Director, Georgia Board of Health | Local Source [8/24/2001]

Woodring, Harry H. | SEE Woodring, Harry Hines |

Woodring, Harry Hines | Secretary of War, United States, Roosevelt's Cabinet | Partial LC Authority [8/28/2001] Full LC is: Woodring, Harry Hines, 1887-1967.

Woods, Archie S. |Vice President, The John and Mary R. Markle Foundation, New York City (1940) | Local Source [8/29/2001]

Woods, J. G. |Acquaintance of J.E. Peabody; Massachusetts (1935) |Local Source [1/17/2002]

Woodward, Dr. | Physician? | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Woodward, L. O. |Physician, on Ship , Medical Department, S.S. Saramacca (1923) |Local Source [1/17/2002]

Worden, Jr., John E. |Public Information Officer, Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C. (1951) | Local Source [9/6/2001]

Wormley, Dr. | Sold the Lazear-Reed Notebook to the New York Academy of Medicine | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Wranek, Jr., William H. |Director, University News Service, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia (1947); Child Welfare Magazine, Vol. XXIII No. 6, February, 1929: "The Interpreter" by William H. Wranek, Jr.; William H. Wranek, Jr., "The University of Virginia," The School of Military Government First Class Yearbook: May B August 1942, (Charlottesville, Va., University of Virginia, August 1942). Full name is William Hillman and lived 1895-1971 according to Special Collections, Alderman Library, University of Virginia |Local Source [9/4/2001]

Wratten, Bessie C. |Full name is Bessie Cannon Wratten; also known as Mrs. George M. Wratten (1912) |Local Source [10/17/2001]

Wratten, George M. | Friend of the Reed's | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Wright, Boykin |Lawyer, Augusta, Georgia (1915) |Local Source [11/6/2001]

Wright, Boykin, Jr. |Lawyer, Augusta, Georgia (1915) |Local Source [11/6/2001]

Wright, Irving S. |Physician; Medical Researcher;(Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation Award, 1960: Karl Paul Link, Ph.D.; Irving S. Wright, M.D.; and Edgar V. Allen, M.D. Joint award for pioneering the development and use of anticoagulant drugs; see: http://www.laskerfoundation.org/library/prev2.html).|Partial LC Authority [9/3/2001] Full LC is: Wright, Irving S. (Irving Sherwood), 1901- .

Wright, Orville | Inventor (airplane) | Partial LC Authority [5/10/2001] Full LC is: Wright, Orville, 1871-1948.

Wrightson, Maj. | SEE WRIGHTSON, WILLIAM D. |

Wrightson, William D. | Physician and Major United States Army [Medical Corps?], Washington, 1917; Member of the Rockefeller Foundation's International Health Board's Yellow Fever Commission (1916); was also with the United States Sanitary Corps; Husband of Mrs. W.D. Wrightson | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Wrightson, Mrs. W.D. | Daughter of William and Marie Gorgas | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Wylie, H. Boyd | Physician; Dean of the University of Maryland's School of Medicine; died 1939? | Local Source [8/20/2001]

Wyllie, John Cook |Librarian; Curator of Rare Books, Alderman Library (1947); Director, University of Virginia Libraries (1966-1969?) |Partial LC Authority [9/4/2001] Full LC is: Wyllie, John Cook, 1908-1968.

Wyman, Walter | United States Surgeon General of the Public Health Service; served June 1, 1891-November 21, 1911 | Partial LC Authority [10/23/2000] Full LC is: Wyman, Walter, 1848-1911.

Young & Sons | SEE HENRY YOUNG & SONS | [10/19/2001]

Young, John Orr | Wrote radio script of the Yellow Fever Commission; Advertising Executive | Local Source [6/12/2002]

Young, John T. | Volunteer, Campu Columbia (1900) | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Young, Mason | [Brother?] of Louise Young Kean | Local Source [4/26/2001]

Young, Mrs. Mason | Mother of Louise Young Kean and Son-in-law of Randolph Kean(1899)| Local Source [4/26/2001]

Young, Tandy C. |Student, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1927) |Local Source [10/22/2001]

Zunzunegui, Demetrio | Father of Julian; rented land from the Rojas family which included the limestone quarries and lime kilns | Local Source [5/10/2001]

Zunzunegui, Mr. | SEE ZUNZUNEGUI LOPEZ, JULIAN |

Zunzunegui Lopez, Julian | His family rented the land Camp Lazear was located on and lived in Building #1 from 1907-1936 | Local Source [1/29/2002]

 



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