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The Wilbur A. Sawyer Papers

Title:
[Wilbur A. Sawyer and Keizo Nobechi at a shrine in Nikko, Japan]
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Description:
Sawyer spent January through March of 1937 visiting Rockefeller Foundation project sites in Japan and China. Dr. Nobechi was the liaison between the Japanese government and the Rockefeller Foundation, and accompanied Sawyer during most of his visit to Japan.
Number of Image Pages:
1 (68,840 Bytes)
Date:
1937-01-10 (January 10, 1937)
Creator:
Unknown
Rights:
Courtesy of the National Library of Medicine.
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Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Public Health
Education, Medical
Japan
Exhibit Categories:
The Yellow Fever Laboratory: Rockefeller Foundation, 1928-1937
Biographical Information
Box Number: 12
Folder Number: 7
Unique Identifier:
LWBBHX
Document Type:
Photographic prints
Format:
image/jpeg
image/tif
Physical Condition:
Good
Series: Photographs and Motion Pictures, [1879]-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
Metadata Last Modified Date:
2006-08-07
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