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The Fred L. Soper Papers
Biographical Information: Visuals
Learning the Ropes: Hookworm Disease in South America, 1920-1927
Fighting Yellow Fever and Malaria in Brazil, 1928-1942
World War II: Typhus Fever and Malaria in the Mediterranean
Soper and the Pan American Health Organization, 1947-1959
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[Fred Soper and his Alpha Kappa Kappa fraternity brothers at Rush Medical College]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. 1918.
United States Department of State. [Fred L. Soper's United States passport]. Certificate. 1 Image. 3 January 1920.
[A nine year-old Brazilian boy, displaying the hookworms and tapeworms he expelled when treated by the Rockefeller Foundation staff]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. [ca. 1920].
Johns Hopkins University. "'Ubiqueteers' J.H.U. School of Hygiene and Public Health." Photographic Print. 1 Image. [Between 1922 and 1923].
[Fred L. Soper]. Photographic Print. Portrait. 1 Image. 1928.
[Sanitary inspector checking for Aedes aegypti mosquito larvae in Mexico]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. [1930s].
[Yellow fever vaccination in Belem, Brazil]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. [1930s].
Rockefeller Foundation. [Burying a baby in the emergency cemetery in Ceara, Brazil]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. 1939.
[Dusting villagers with louse powder in Esbe Rameses, Egypt]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. 1943.
Lasker Foundation. [Lasker Award statuette]. Award. Photographic Print. 1 Image. 1946.
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