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Contributions of Water Filtration to Improving Water Quality.
Deterioration of typhoid vaccine
Diseases Caused by Water Contact.
Effect of DDT on Antibody Response to Typhoid Vaccine in Rabbits and Man.
Epidemiological Study of an Outbreak of Typhoid Fever Occurring in Covington and Newport, Kentucky, and Adjacent Territory.
I. Report on an outbreak of typhoid fever at Omaha, Nebr. (1909-1910)
Investigation of the pollution of certain tidal waters of New Jersey, New York, and Delaware : with special reference to bathing beaches and shellfish bearing areas /
Report no. 2 on the origin and prevalence of typhoid fever in the District of Columbia (1907)
Report of investigations of the typhoid fever epidemic, Minneapolis, 1935.
Report on Special Sanitary Problems in Connection with the Sanitation of the Extra-Cantonment Zone Around Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Sewage pollution of interstate and international waters : with special reference to the spread of typhoid fever /
Sewage pollution of interstate and international waters with special reference to the spread of typhoid fever : I. Lake Erie and the Niagara River /
Sewage pollution of interstate and international waters with special reference to the spread of typhoid fever : II. Lake Superior and St. Marys River, III. Lake Michigan and the straits of Mackinac, IV. Lake Huron, St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair, and the Detroit River, V. Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River /
Sewage pollution of interstate and international waters with special reference to the spread of typhoid fever : VI. the Missouri River from Sioux City to its mouth /
Sewage Pollution of Interstate and International Waters with Special Reference to the Spread of Typhoid Fever. VI. The Missouri River from Sioux City to Its Mouth.
Standardization of antityphoid vaccine.
Statistics of Waterborne Outbreaks in the United States, 1920-80.
Studies on the survival of B. typhosus in surface waters and sewage
The origin and prevalence of typhoid fever in the Distric of Columbia : (1909-1910) /
The origin and prevalence of typhoid fever in the District of Columbia (1908) /
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