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1935-08-31 [C0402001] :
Report: List of Articles on Yellow Fever and Malaria, by Henry Rose Carter, August 31, 1935
Carter lists twenty-two articles he wrote on yellow fever and malaria. Attached is a handwritten note by Laura Armistead Carter.
1935-02-19 [C0403001] :
Letter from James P. Leake to Laura Armistead Carter, February 19, 1935
Leake identifies items Carter sent to him to photograph.
19**-12-12 [C0404001] :
Letter from Mayme Ober Peak to Laura Armistead Carter, December 12, [19--]
Peak informs Carter of stories she submitted to various newspapers. She is sorry to hear Carter is ill.
1935-05-17 [C0404004] :
Letter from Edward Champe Carter to Laura Armistead Carter, May 17, 1935
Carter congratulates his sister on her upcoming wedding and offers to pay for the flowers. He does not want the bride and groom to visit him in the hospital.
1935-05-25 [C0404006] :
Letter from Edward Champe Carter to Laura Armistead Carter, May 25, 1935
Edward Carter encourages Laura Armistead Carter to visit Harry Leitch in New York.
19**-00-00 [C0405001] :
Notes on the life of Henry Rose Carter, [19--]
This document gives a brief account of Carter's education, work, and achievements.
1938-11-02 [C0406003] :
Letter from T. H. D. Griffitts to Mary Clayborne Carter, November 2, 1938
Griffitts thanks Carter for her letter and enclosures about Henry Rose Carter.
1947-01-01 [C0407001] :
Letter from Henry Rose Carter, Jr., to Mary Clayborne Carter, January 1, 1947
Carter informs his aunt that Leake and Hench are searching for information about Henry Rose Carter. He encloses the letter from Leake.
1946-12-10 [C0407002] :
Letter from James P. Leake to Henry Rose Carter, Jr., December 10, 1946 [Enclosed in C0407001]
Leake requests information about Henry Rose Carter. Leake is assisting Hench in collecting material for his book.
1947-12-09 [C0409001] :
Letter from Philip Showalter Hench to H. Carter Redd, December 9, 1947
Hench asks Redd about Henry Rose Carter's involvement with the Yellow Fever Board.
1947-12-19 [C0409002] :
Letter from H. Carter Redd to Philip Showalter Hench, December 19, 1947
Redd has little additional information to give Hench about Henry Rose Carter.
0000-00-00 [C0410002] :
Report: Anti-Malarial Measures for Farm Houses and Plantations, by [Henry Rose Carter], [n.d.]
[Carter] outlines anti-malarial measures for farmhouses and plantations.
0000-00-00 [C0411001] :
Letter from Henry Rose Carter to William Cabell Bruce, [n.d.]
Carter asserts that Reed laid the foundation for work on yellow fever.
0000-00-00 [C0412001] :
Letter from Laura Armistead Carter to Joseph H. White, [n.d.]
Laura Armistead Carter mentions articles about malaria written by Henry Rose Carter that were translated into Spanish and Portuguese.
0000-00-00 [C0412003] :
Letter fragment from [Laura Armistead Carter], [n.d.]
[Carter] describes Henry Rose Carter's attachment to the University of Virginia.
0000-00-00 [C0413014] :
Typed manuscript: Early Life of Dr. H. R. Carter U.S.P.H. Service from Birth to Entrance U.S. Marine Hospital Service, by [T. H. D. Griffitts], [n.d.]
This manuscript details stories of the young Henry Rose Carter including his mathematic ability, his reaction to the Civil War, and his education.
1931-11-02 [C0415001] :
Script for a talk, by [Laura Armistead Carter], November 2, 1931
[Carter] describes Henry Rose Carter's efforts to complete his book on yellow fever despite suffering continued illness.
19**-00-00 [C0415002] :
Chronology of Cuba regarding yellow fever, [19--]
CThe chronology begins in 1898 with the Spanish-American War and ends in March 1901.
1931-11-23 [C0415023] :
Speech on yellow fever, by [Laura Armistead Carter], [November 23, 1931]
The document outlines the method, findings, and conclusions of the inquiry into the early history of yellow fever.
0000-00-00 [C0415029] :
Report (in Spanish): La Inmunidad de la Fiebre Amarilla, [n.d.]
This is a report on Henry Rose Carter's yellow fever work.
0000-00-00 [C0416001] :
Letter from Virginia Douglas Strachan to Helen [s.n.], [n.d.]
Strachan describes what she believes to be one of the last letters written by Henry Rose Carter as very beautiful.
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