Papers, 1907-1940.

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Sabin, Florence Rena, 1871-1953. Papers, 1907-1940.

Papers, 1907-1940.

This collection includes correspondence, reports, etc., relating principally to medical research (tuberculosis, cancer, lymphatic system, pernicious anemia), writings, and publications. There are abstracts and notes of unpublished scientific papers, and also materials for her biography of Franklin Paine Mall (Johns Hopkins Press, 1934).

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