The Wilbur A. Sawyer Papers
- [PP-CAO, the "flying cow" airplane, in Corumba, Brazil]
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- In 1934, Dr. Sawyer made another trip to Brazil to inspect yellow fever control activities, including an investigation of
a puzzling outbreak of the disease in a rural region. In a welcome contrast to earlier visits to South America, Sawyer was
able to travel by plane to more remote areas, rather than by water or on horseback. Sawyer called this aircraft the "flying
cow" in the caption on the back of the photograph.
- NOTE: The original photograph is very light.
- Number of Image Pages:
- 1 (47,670 Bytes)
- 1934-06-15 (June 15, 1934)
- Sawyer, Wilbur A.
- This item is in the public domain. It may be used without permission.
- Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
- Yellow Fever
- Exhibit Category:
- The Yellow Fever Laboratory: Rockefeller Foundation, 1928-1937
- Box Number: 12
- Folder Number: 6
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- Document Type:
- Photographic prints
- Physical Condition:
- Series: Photographs and Motion Pictures, -1951
- SubSeries: Albums, 1913-1951
- Folder: Personal: Waterford, Ca.; Hastings-on-Hudson house; Professional: Rockefeller Foundation offices and laboratories; Rockefeller
Center; African "Gold Coast"; French Equatorial Africa and Belgian Congo yellow fever laboratories (Republic of the
Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo [Zaire]); Zimbabwe; Rhodesia (quarantine camps for miners, malaria control ditches,
mosquito capture squads); South Africa (Cape Town, Pretoria); Nigeria; Morocco (Algiers); Azores; Holland; Germany; Italy;
China (anti-malaria billboard), 1930-1937
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