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The Wilbur A. Sawyer Papers

Early Career in California and World War I, 1908-1919: Visuals

[Wilbur A. Sawyer at city hall in Hanford, California, investigating a typhoid epidemic]. April 1914.
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Metadata Record [Sawyer, Wilbur A.]. [Ruby Cunningham opening a dog's head at the California State Hygienic Laboratory]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. June 1912. jpg (63,003 Bytes)
[Ruby Cunningham opening a dog's head at the California State Hygienic Laboratory]. June 1912.
Metadata Record [Wilbur A. Sawyer and Esther Skolfield in the Pasteur Institute of the California State Hygienic Laboratory]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. June 1912. jpg (53,316 Bytes)
[Wilbur A. Sawyer and Esther Skolfield in the Pasteur Institute of the California State Hygienic Laboratory]. June 1912.
Metadata Record [Wilbur A. Sawyer at the California State Hygienic Laboratory]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. June 1912. jpg (55,499 Bytes)
[Wilbur A. Sawyer at the California State Hygienic Laboratory]. June 1912.
Metadata Record [Wilbur A. Sawyer and his staff of the State Hygienic Laboratory in Hanford, California]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. 16 April 1914. jpg (281,163 Bytes)
[Wilbur A. Sawyer and his staff of the State Hygienic Laboratory in Hanford, California]. 16 April 1914.
Metadata Record [Wilbur A. Sawyer at city hall in Hanford, California, investigating a typhoid epidemic]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. April 1914. jpg (41,153 Bytes)
[Wilbur A. Sawyer at city hall in Hanford, California, investigating a typhoid epidemic]. April 1914.
Metadata Record [Wilbur A. Sawyer, daughter Peggy, and Mrs. Calder at the University of California Infirmary]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. [1917?]. jpg (60,982 Bytes)
[Wilbur A. Sawyer, daughter Peggy, and Mrs. Calder at the University of California Infirmary]. [1917?].