Consists of a cover letter from Rupert Blue to William H. Welch, dated March 18, 1919 and an eleven-page memo. A copy of Blue's "Memorandum relative to the development of national and international programs of public health" was included, intending to inform Welch of Blue's "views in regard to

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Blue, Rupert Lee, 1868-1948. Consists of a cover letter from Rupert Blue to William H. Welch, dated March 18, 1919 and an eleven-page memo. A copy of Blue's "Memorandum relative to the development of national and international programs of public health" was included, intending to inform Welch of Blue's "views in regard to the relation of the Public Health Service with the development of a national health post-war program."

Consists of a cover letter from Rupert Blue to William H. Welch, dated March 18, 1919 and an eleven-page memo. A copy of Blue's "Memorandum relative to the development of national and international programs of public health" was included, intending to inform Welch of Blue's "views in regard to the relation of the Public Health Service with the development of a national health post-war program."

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