Wilbur A. Sawyer - Profiles in Science
Wilbur A. Sawyer
The Wilbur A. Sawyer Papers
Early Career in California and World War I, 1908-1919
From Hookworm to Yellow Fever: Rockefeller Foundation, 1919-1927
The Yellow Fever Laboratory: Rockefeller Foundation, 1928-1937
Controlling Disease during World War II, 1939-1944
Post-War Work: UNRRA and Retirement, 1944-1951
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Yellow Fever Laboratory, Bahia, Brazil
Nurses' House and Central Office of the Yellow Fever Service, Rio de Janeiro
The Central Office of the Yellow Fever Service, Rio de Janeiro
Fred L. Soper and Alexander Burke crossing a bridge to inspect the site of a yellow fe...
Portrait of Mr. Lisboa, village telegraph officer, with Fred L. Soper and Alexander Bu...
Wilbur A. Sawyer and Fred L. Soper after the arrival of the airplane PP-CAO in Cuiaba,...
Group photo after Wilbur A. Sawyer's arrival in Cuiaba, Mato Grosso, Brazil
Wilbur A. Sawyer's caravan and guides on the road to Coronel Ponce, Mato Grosso, B...
Fred L. Soper and Amaral Machado in the doorway of the Health Department building, Bah...
PP-CAO, the "flying cow" airplane, in Corumba, Brazil