The Wilbur A. Sawyer Papers
- [Wilbur A. Sawyer in Wallace Carroll's newspaper office, Winston-Salem, North Carolina]
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- Dr. Sawyer continued to travel frequently after he retired, often combining trips to public health meetings with family visits.
Journalist Wallace Carroll had married Sawyer's eldest daughter Peggy.
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- 1 (327,353 Bytes)
- 1949-10 (October 1949)
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- Exhibit Categories:
- Post-War Work: UNRRA and Retirement, 1944-1954
- Biographical Information
- Box Number: 13
- Folder Number: 4
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- Document Type:
- Photographic prints
- Physical Condition:
- Series: Photographs and Motion Pictures, -1951
- SubSeries: Albums, 1913-1951
- Folder: Sawyer family and house in Washington, D.C.; family portraits; house in Berkeley, Ca.; Oregon and Yosemite vacation (Mt. Shasta);
China; Mexico; Panama (yellow fever vaccinations); 4th International Congresses on Tropical Disease ephemera; Walter Reed
commemoration meeting (Washington, D.C.), 1945-1951
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