Papers, 1909-1943.


Papers, 1909-1943.

This collection includes correspondence, diaries, lab notes, and photographs. Documented are Webster's pioneering efforts in epidemiology and his interests in encephalitis, poliomyelitis, rabies, and resistance to infectious diseases.

ca. 2000 items (4 linear ft.).

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Smith, Theobald, 1859-1934 (person)

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