The Fred L. Soper Papers
- [Notecard with photo of the yellow fever laboratory in Rio de Janeiro, and inset photos of rhesus monkeys in lower corners]
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- This notecard was sent to H.H. Smith from Soper as a Christmas card. Rhesus monkeys were the first animals discovered to
be susceptible to yellow fever, and this made it possible to do antibody tests for yellow fever.
- Item is handwritten.
- Number of Image Pages:
- 1 (240,488 Bytes)
- Date Supplied:
- ca. 1938
- Soper, Fred L.
- Smith, H. H.
- Original Repository: Rockefeller Archive Center
- Courtesy of the Rockefeller Archive Center.
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- Exhibit Category:
- Fighting Yellow Fever and Malaria in Brazil, 1928-1942
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- Document Type:
- Letters (correspondence)
- Photographic prints
- Physical Condition:
- Series: Photographs, 1911-1973
- Folder: Photos from the Rockefeller Archive Center
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