Evans, Alice Catherine, 1881-1975

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Dates:
Birth 1881-01-29
Death 1975-09-05

Biographical notes:

Evans was a bacteriologist for the Dept. of Agriculture's Dairy Division beginning in 1910. She discovered the transmission of Bacillus abortus through raw milk and was an forceful advocate for pasteurization.

From the description of Alice Catherine Evans papers, 1923-1975. (National Library of Medicine). WorldCat record id: 319126689

From the guide to the Alice C. Evans Papers, 1923-1975, (History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine)

Alice C. Evans graduated from Cornell University in 1909 and served as a dairy bacteriologist for the United States Department of Agriculture and for the United States Public Health Service.

From the guide to the Alice Catherine Evans papers, 1908-1965., (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library)

Bacteriologist.

Alice C. Evans graduated from Cornell University in 1909 and served as a dairy bacteriologist for the United States Department of Agriculture and for the United States Public Health Service.

From the description of Alice Catherine Evans papers, 1908-1965. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64074350

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  • Milk--Bacteriology
  • Women reformers
  • Dairy microbiology
  • Cattle--Diseases
  • Women
  • Women scientists
  • Dairying
  • Dairy processing
  • Dairy bacteriology
  • Milk
  • Milk hygiene
  • Bacteriology

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