Item Details
Format
Letters (Correspondence)
Date
1916
Collection
Philip S. Hench Walter Reed Yellow Fever Collection circa 1800-circa 1998 bulk 1863-1974
Location
Box-folder 8:3

Letter from W.G. Stimpson to Henry Rose Carter January 13, 1916

Stimpson requests that Carter detail his expenses for reimbursement.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter January 19, 1916

Blue informs Carter that the dates for the lectures on yellow fever and malaria are satisfactory.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter January 20, 1916

Blue orders Carter to proceed to Washington to deliver lectures on yellow fever and malaria.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter January 21, 1916

Blue informs Carter that he has been awarded a permanent commission as Assistant Surgeon-General in the Public Health Service.

Letter from W.G. Stimpson to Henry Rose Carter January 22, 1916

Stimpson sends Carter a copy of a letter to St. Vincent's hospital regarding payment for Carter's treatment there.

Letter from W.G. Stimpson to Superintendent, St. Vincent's Hospital January 22, 1916

Stimpson arranges for Carter to be reimbursed for payment made to St. Vincent's Hospital.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter January 24, 1916

Blue requests that Carter present a paper for the American Society of Tropical Medicine meeting.

Letter from H.F. Moore to Henry Rose Carter January 29, 1915

Moore informs Carter that it is feasible to ship mosquito-eating fish to Alabama. The Bureau of Fisheries will cooperate with the Public Health Service.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter February 2, 1916

Blue orders Carter to proceed to Whitney, North Carolina, to investigate the building of a dam for the reservoir.

Letter from A.H. Glennan to Henry Rose Carter February 4, 1916

Glennan grants Carter a leave of absence.

Letter from J.E. Harper to Henry Rose Carter February 11, 1916

Harper grants Carter a leave of absence.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Laura Eugenia Hook Carter February 6, 1915

Carter reports on his health and his travel plans.

Letter from L.C. Bell to Henry Rose Carter February 16, 1916

Bell expresses his appreciation for Carter's report on a local swamp and mentions a potential mosquito survey for the following summer.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to R.H. von Ezdorf February 16, 1916

Carter discusses anti-mosquito work and mentions the Rockefeller Foundation.

Letter from H.H. Horner to Henry Rose Carter February 29, 1916

Horner discusses a hatchery at Edenton, North Carolina, for the breeding of mosquito-eating fish.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter February 29, 1916

Blue orders Carter to attend a conference on immigrant health inspections.

Letter from E.L. Munson to Henry Rose Carter February 29, 1916

Munson writes that the Association of Military Surgeons wishes to include Carter as an editorial collaborator for the Military Surgeon.

Letter from W.G. Stimpson to Henry Rose Carter March 8, 1916

Stimpson reimburses Carter for his expenses.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter March 17, 1916

Blue instructs Carter to assist power company officials.

Letter from Joseph A. LePrince to Henry Rose Carter April 8, 1916

LePrince details his preparations for summer field work.

Letter from [Henry Rose Carter] to William C. Adamson April 14, 1916

[Carter] discusses a possible bill by Congress thanking Gorgas, Stevens and Goethals for their work.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter April 28, 1916

Blue directs Carter to proceed to the South in order to investigate the relationship between impounded waters and malaria.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter April 28, 1916

Blue orders Carter to participate in the meetings of the National Malarial Committee and the American Society of Tropical Medicine, as well as to continue his investigation of impounded waters.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter April 28, 1916

Blue orders Carter to deliver an address on malaria in Newport News, Virginia.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter May 5, 1916

Blue requests that Carter report to the Public Health Service Bureau for a conference.

Letter from Rupert Blue to Henry Rose Carter May 8, 1916

Blue orders Carter to confer with Dinwiddie County, Virginia, health officials in regards to anti-malarial measures.

Memorandum from [Henry Rose Carter] to Assistant Surgeon-General Trask June 2, 1916

[Carter] outlines the roles of Griffitts, LePrince, and von Ezdorf in work involving impounded waters.

Letter from [Henry Rose Carter] to Landon C. Bell June 5, 1916

[Carter] discusses plans for a mosquito survey.

Letter from Rafael H. Elizalde to Henry Rose Carter July 2, 1916

Elizalde regretfully informs Carter that he was unable to locate any “naranjillas” in the market.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Laura Eugenia Hook Carter July 7, 1916

Carter writes about his journey from Guayaquil, Peru and his future travel plans.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Laura Eugenia Hook Carter July 11, 1916

Carter writes that he has arrived at his destination safely and discusses yellow fever quarantine procedures.

Letter from [Henry Rose Carter] to [Laura Eugenia Hook Carter] July 13, 1916

[Carter] describes his journey and his report for the Rockefeller Foundation.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Laura Eugenia Hook Carter July 21, 1916

Carter describes his trip from Peru to Colombia via the Panama Canal.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Laura Eugenia Hook Carter July 26, 1916

Carter reports that their daughter, Laura A. Carter, has arrived.

Letter fragment to [Henry Rose Carter, Jr.] August 12, 1916

The writer discusses social conditions in South America.

Letter from W.G. Stimpson to Henry Rose Carter September 28, 1916

Stimpson discusses Carter's request for a leave of absence.

Letter from Landon C. Bell to Henry Rose Carter October 5, 1916

Bell gives Carter a status of report on the work in South Carolina.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to [Laura Eugenia Hook Carter] November 1, 1916

Carter writes about the plans to combat yellow fever in Brazil.

Letter from Landon C. Bell to Henry Rose Carter December 18, 1916

Bell sends Carter a subpoena to appear as a witness for the Colleton Cypress Co.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Landon C. Bell December 20, 1916

Carter writes to Bell that he will testify if he can get a leave of absence.

Letter from Joseph A. LePrince to Henry Rose Carter December 22, 1916

LePrince details the past summers' field work in the southern U.S.