Alice Catherine Evans papers. (Archival material, 1908) [WorldCat.org]
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Alice Catherine Evans papers.

Author: Alice Catherine Evans
Publisher: 1908-1965
Edition/Format:   Archival material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Papers of Alice C. Evans, who graduated from Cornell University in 1909 and served as a dairy bacteriologist for the United States Department of Agriculture and for the United States Public Health Service.
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Named Person: Carrie Chapman Catt; Paul De Kruif; Marie Dressler; Elmer Verner McCollum; Veranus A Moore; Henry Morgenthau; Béla Schick; Theobald Smith; Luther L Terry; Martha Van Rensselaer; Hans Zinsser; Luther L Terry; Carrie Chapman Catt; Paul De Kruif; Henry Morgenthau; Theobald Smith; Martha Van Rensselaer; Béla Schick; Hans Zinsser; Elmer Verner McCollum; Veranus A Moore; Luther L Terry; Marie Dressler
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Catherine Evans
OCLC Number: 64074350
Language Note: Collection material in English.
Notes: Physical Description note: Correspondence, scientific speeches, articles, and reports.
Description: .7 cubic feet.
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Papers of Alice C. Evans, who graduated from Cornell University in 1909 and served as a dairy bacteriologist for the United States Department of Agriculture and for the United States Public Health Service.

Collection consists of correspondence, scientific speeches, articles, and reports by Alice C. Evans and others; original and revision of her memoirs; clippings, photographs, programs, and official invitations. Also, copies of extracts from Evans' correspondence with Theobald Smith (1925) concerning their disagreement about the possibility of human infection through bovine organisms; correspondence pertaining to her participation in the First and Second International Congresses for Microbiology (1930-36) and the First through Fourth Inter-American Congresses on Brucellosis (1948-57) and to her research on brucellosis and other diseases and the problem of human infection through the milk of animals, conducted during her years as dairy bacteriologist for the USDA and as a bacteriologist for the U.S. Public Health Service; and letters from Carrie Chapman Catt, Paul de Kruif, Marie Dressler, Elmer V. McCollum, Veranus A. Moore, Henry Morgenthau Jr., Bela Schick, Luther Terry, Martha van Rensselaer, Hans Zinsser, and others in medicine, science, or public life.

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