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1946-11-22  :
Letter from Jefferson Randolph Kean to Philip Showalter Hench, November 22, 1946
Kean comments on the attempt to add Ames to the Yellow Fever Roll of Honor.
1946-11-00  :
Notes on Gustaf E. Lambert, by Jefferson Randolph Kean, [November 1946]
Kean comments on Lambert's possible inclusion on the Yellow Fever Roll of Honor.
1947-01-09  :
Letter from Gustaf E. Lambert to Philip Showalter Hench, [January 9, 1947?]
Lambert corrects a draft of an interview of Lambert by Hench - conducted on June 21, 1946. He also tries to advance his case for being included in the Yellow Fever Roll of Honor.
1954-04-05  :
Letter from Philip Showalter Hench to Gustaf E. Lambert, April 5, 1954
Hench has recently found four photographs in trunks belonging to the daughter-in-law of James Carroll. He would like Lambert's help in identifying buildings and people in the photographs.
1954-04-20  :
Letter from Gustaf E. Lambert to Philip Showalter Hench, April 20, 1954
Lambert describes some of the buildings and landscape in the photographs Hench sent him. He notes that the group picture was not taken while he was there.
1954-05-00  :
Letter from Gustaf E. Lambert to Philip Showalter Hench, May 1954
Lambert describes buildings at Columbia Barracks, and recollects about the people involved and their roles in the yellow fever experiments.
19**-05-03  :
Letter from Gustaf E. Lambert to Albert E. Truby, May 3, [19--]
Lambert informs Truby that the woman who worked with Warner in caring for Lazear and Carroll died shortly after returning to the U.S.
19**-11-16  :
Letter from Gustaf E. Lambert to Albert E. Truby, November 16, [19--]
Lambert informs Truby that he has tried to gain recognition as a nurse for the experimental yellow fever cases. He explains the reasons why he thinks he should be included.
19**-00-00  :
Letter from Gustaf E. Lambert to Albert E. Truby, [19--]
Lambert thanks Truby for allowing to read his manuscript. He speaks highly of Ames and provides information about Lazear's funeral.
19**-00-00  :
Letter from [Gustaf E. Lambert] to [Albert E. Truby?], [19--]
[Lambert] answers twenty-one questions dealing with the yellow fever experiments at Camp Lazear. He describes how he assisted with the care of the patients, the work of female nurses, his involvement with the sanitary work, and an incident in which he broke quarantine to get Ames' help with his patient, Andrus.
1946-06-21  :
Interview of Gustaf E. Lambert by Philip Showalter Hench, June 21, 1946
Hench interviews Lambert regarding his participation in the care of the yellow fever patients at Camp Lazear. He poses questions concerning buildings at the site as well as people involved in the yellow fever experiments. Lambert believes that Ames should be included on the Roll of Honor.
1951-00-00  :
Envelope from Lutheran Memorial Hospital to Philip Showalter Hench, 1951
This envelope, printed by Lutheran Memorial Hospital, features a drawing of a proposed Clara Maass commemorative stamp.
1951-08-24  :
Envelope with Cuban Clara Maass stamp, August 24, 1951
This is a commemorative first day cover, which features the Clara Maass postage stamp and a drawing of Lutheran Memorial Hospital.
19**-00-00  :
Memorandum from Augusta C. McPherson, [19--]
McPherson describes two photographs; one shows Dorsey McPherson and Cruse in New Mexico, while the other shows them years later in Washington, D.C. They are the two surviving officers of Fort Apache.
19**-00-00  :
Manuscript fragment: My Date with Walter Reed and Yellow Jack, by John J. Moran, [19--]
This partial manuscript of Moran's autobiography describes his early life, military career, service as a sanitary inspector under Gorgas in Panama, marriage, and business ventures. He discusses his relationship with Hench and their search for the actual site of Camp Lazear, as well as the difficulties stemming from the Reed-Finlay controversy. The section of the draft covering the yellow fever experiments is missing.
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