Item Details

Found in Philip S. Hench Walter Reed Yellow Fever Collection circa 1800-circa 1998 bulk 1863-1974

series
Series XII. Houston Academy of Medicine/Texas Medical Center additions
inclusive1900/1966circa 1901-circa 1966
Digital Repository PIDViU-HUSuva-lib:2231435
Boxbox137-138
2 boxes

Series XII. Houston Academy of Medicine/Texas Medical Center additions consists of materials that Philip Showalter Hench created or collected while researching the yellow fever experiments. Items in this series date from around 1901 to around 1966. These materials were originally a part of the Philip S. Hench papers in the John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center at the Texas Medical Center Library, but they were transferred to the University of Virginia in 1991. These items include, but are not limited to the following:

    simple
  • correspondence between Philip Showalter Hench and people connected with the yellow fever experiments including John J. Moran and Walter Reed's children;
  • newspaper clippings relating to the death or commemoration of individuals associated with the yellow fever experiments;
  • photographs of the Camp Lazear Memorial, everyday scenes in Cuba, and John J. Moran;
  • and journal articles, booklets, and other printed matter relating to the yellow fever experiments and its participants.

Materials in this series have been separated and arranged according to their genre (e.g. correspondence, photographs, and reprints).

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Correspondence and printed matter of Philip Showalter Hench relating to the Fourth International Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria 1947-1948

Ceremonies honoring Walter Reed were held at the Fourth International Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria.

Revista de la Sociedad Cubana de Historia de la Medicina April-June 1959

Includes article by Pedro Nogueira, "Una aclaracion a un episodio de la historia de la fiebre amarilla"