Item Details
Format
Letters (Correspondence)
Date
April 1921-May 1921
Collection
Philip S. Hench Walter Reed Yellow Fever Collection circa 1800-circa 1998 bulk 1863-1974
Location
Box-folder 9:7

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Wickliffe Rose April 2, 1921

Carter sends Rose his yellow fever lecture for possible translation into Spanish.

Letter fragment from Henry Rose Carter to Wickliffe Rose April 2, 1921

Carter writes about the funding of yellow fever work in Peru.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Wickliffe Rose April 2, 1921

Carter thanks Rose for a reimbursement check.

Letter from Lunsford D. Fricks to Henry Rose Carter April 15, 1921

Fricks needs to discuss a malaria control program with Carter and encloses a plan for the examination of school children.

Memorandum from Mario G. Lebredo to Henry Rose Carter April 18, 1921

Lebredo informs Carter of his latest research and the International Sanitary Convention of the American Republics meetings.

Letter from Wickliffe Rose to Henry Rose Carter April 20, 1921

Rose thanks Carter for his impressions of the yellow fever situation in West Africa. He sends him an outline of a conference concerning the Yellow Fever Commission report as well as Noguchi's Leptospira icteroides work.

Letter from Joseph A. LePrince to Henry Rose Carter April 28, 1921

LePrince reports on the yellow fever situation in Mexico, where he is conducting mosquito experiments, as well as Griffitts' malaria control work in Alabama.

Letter from Wickliffe Rose to Henry Rose Carter April 28, 1921

Rose inquires about a yellow fever doctor sent to Peru to help Hanson.

Letter fragment from E.W. Mitchel April 30, 1921

Mitchel complains about his problems with the Peruvian government. He encloses a copy of a letter from M.L. Vega regarding his situation.

Letter from M.L. Vega to E.W. Mitchel April 30, 1921

Vega informs Mitchel that he is unable to help Mitchel in regards to the Peruvian government.

Letter from Wickliffe Rose to Henry Rose Carter May 9, 1921

Rose thanks Carter for his letter concerning Drs. Walcott and Beverly.

Letter from D. S. Fairchild, Jr. to Henry Rose Carter May 10, 1921

Fairchild informs Carter that Beverly of Medical Corps is at Langley Field, Virginia.

Letter from J.E.S. Thorpe to Henry Rose Carter May 11, 1921

Thorpe believes that Wolcott is currently in England.

Letter from Michael E. Connor to Henry Rose Carter May 12, 1921

Connor discusses administrative issues related to the yellow fever work in Peru, mentioning Rose, Pareja and Hanson. He believes that Carter should not return to Peru, but rather should stay in the U.S.

Letter from Theodore C. Lyster to Henry Rose Carter May 13, 1921

Lyster reports on the yellow fever situation in Central and South America.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Wickliffe Rose May 13, 1921

Carter recommends Walcott for yellow fever work, although he is inexperienced in mosquito control.

Letter from J.S. Cudlipp to Henry Rose Carter May 13, 1921

Cudlipp provides Carter with Walcott's address in British Guyana.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Wickliffe Rose May 14, 1921

Carter believes that yellow fever is still present in Africa. Carter would be willing to go to Africa as an adviser if he is physically able.

Receipt from the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene to Henry Rose Carter May 10, 1921

Receipt for Carter's Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene subscription.

Letter from Wickliffe Rose to Henry Rose Carter May 18, 1921

Rose thanks Carter for his assessment of the situation in West Africa.

Letter from Henry Hanson to Henry Rose Carter May 20, 1921

Hanson reports on yellow fever work in Peru and comments on his employees, interpersonal issues, funding, and problems with steamship companies.

Letter from Michael E. Connor to Henry Rose Carter May 24, 1921

Connor comments on Hanson's and Pareja's work in Peru. He also discusses issues related to yellow fever work in Mexico.

Letter from Henry Rose Carter to Andrew Balfour May 24, 1921

Carter's subscription to the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene should be in his name, not his son's.

Letter from Richard Messer to Henry Rose Carter May 31, 1921

Messer sends Carter a report of the malaria control committee, which Gage will present at the Boston meeting.