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D. A. R. Meeting Called Off 1918
D. C. Deaths Fall To 65 In Today's Influenza Report 1918
D. C. nursing survey begun 1918
D. C. Red Cross activities 1918
D. C. Schools End Sessions In Fight Against Epidemic 1918
D. C. Schools Will Reopen Tomorrow 1918
Dallas Influenza Situation Shows Much Improvement 1918
Dallas Nurse Dies After Fighting Influenza Epidemic 1918
Dallas Nurses Asked To Report Without Delay 1918
Dallas Public Schools To Reopen This Morning 1918
Dallas Public Schools Will Reopen Tomorrow 1918
Dally With An Epidemic 1918
Damn the Kaiser! 1918
Dance Ban Is Lifted 1919
Dance To Help Flu Orphans 1919
Danger From "Flu" Stops Recital For School Children 1919
Danger Grows As Influenza Grips The City 1919
Danger Of Flu Not Yet Passed 1918
Danger Of Influenza Epidemic Is Remote 1918
Danger of Letting Up Too Soon in Fight on Influenza 1918
Danger Of New Flu Wave Gone 1918
The Danger Period 1918
Danger Period From Epidemic Believed Over 1918
A Dangerous Health Board Head 1918
Dare Not Lift The Ban On Public Meetings Yet 1918
Darn the dean! 1918
Data To Aid In Fighting Influenza Spread Sent To 4,000 Units Of Red Cross 1918
Date For Fair Cannot Be Set 1918
Date Of Lifting Ban Remains In Doubt 1918
Dates For Postponed Meet 1918
David A. Anderson Dies At Camp Dix, New Jersey 1918
David [Last Name?], Officer, Material School for the Pay Corps, Princeton, NJ, to Braisted, 18 October 1918 1918
Davidson Advises Miners On How To Avoid Influenza 1918
The Day Among Local Theaters 1918
The Day Nursery Gives Reception 1918
Day Nursery Open This Afternoon 1918
Day Of Fasting and Prayer 1918
Day's "Flu" Report Shows Five Cases 1919
Day's Death List From Influenza 16 1918
Day's Deaths at Dix Are 74; New Cases 1,074; Total 5,781 1918
Day's Deaths Of Influenza Are Reported As 14 1919
Day's Flu Cases Reach 276 Total 1918
Day's Flu Total Takes Big Slump 1918
Day's Grip Record Low, Pneumonia Also Falling 1918
Day's Grip Toll In Albany Hits 21 1918
Day's Grippe Toll in Boston is 191 1918
Day's Grippe Toll is Reduced to 98 1918
Day's Health Report Shows 17 'Flu' Cases 1919
Day's Influenza And Pneumonia Death List 343 1918
Day's Influenza Death Toll 289 1918
Day's Report Shows 13 Cases Of 'Flu' 1919
Day's Toll From Influenza Is 32 1918
Days of Influenza at Gordon Numbered 1918
Dayton Schools To Re-open Monday 1918
DC Red Cross activities 1918
Dead At Camp Sherman 1918
Dead From Influenza, 7 1918
Deaf School Will Not Reopen Because Of Flu 1919
Deans' Council Meeting, University of Utah 1918
Death An Hour Recorded In Epidemic Thru Denver 1918
Death Claims 10 More Influenza Victims In City 1918
Death Here From Spanish Influenza 1918
Death In City Reported Due To Influenza 1918
Death List Increases 1918
Death List Is Flu Barometer 1918
Death List Normal; Seven New Flu Cases 1919
Death List Still Grows 1918
Death March In Camps Heard For Disease Victims 1918
Death Rate At Camp Sherman Falling Rapidly 1918
Death Rate Decreases As Epidemic Subsides 1918
Death Rate Falls 1919
Death Rate For Boston Takes Rise 1918
Death Rate For Past Week Drops 1919
Death Rate For Past Year High 1919
Death Rate For The Month Increased 1918
Death Rate For Week Decreases 1919
Death Rate for Week in Newark Higher Than Last Week's Figure 1918
Death Rate Forges Ahead Of Birth Rate 1918
Death Rate From Influenza High 1919
Death Rate From Influenza Light 1918
Death Rate Grows In Foggy Weather 1919
Death Rate Here In Epidemic Not High 1918
Death Rate Here Lowest In U. S. 1919
Death Rate Higher On Account Of Influenza 1919
Death Rate In D. C. Largest Of Record 1918
Death Rate In Dallas Shows Large Decrease 1919
Death Rate In Flu Low In Oakland 1919
Death Rate in Omaha Next to Lowest in United States 1918
Death Rate Increases 1919
Death Rate Increases 1919
Death Rate Increases 1918
Death Rate Is Double That Of Last Year 1918
Death Rate Is Low 1919
Death Rate Is Now Declining 1918
Death Rate Less 1918
Death Rate Light 1919
Death Rate Low From Influenza In Local Attack 1918
Death Rate Low Per 1,000 Cases At Cantonment 1918
Death Rate Lower Here Cases Fewer 1918
Death Rate Lower Than Corresponding Week In 1918 1919
Death Rate Mounts As Cases Decrease 1919
Death Rate Normal 1918
Death Rate Of Epidemic On Increase 1918
Death Rate Of Epidemic Still High 1918
Death Rate Of Influenza Is Remarkably Low 1918
Death Rate Sent Upward By "Flu" 1919
Death Rate Stationary In Epidemic 1918
Death Rate Still Holds Low Figure; Epidemic Waning 1919
Death Rate Still Lower 1919
Death Rate Takes Big Jump In City 1919
Death Rate Takes Drop 1918
Death Rate Up 300 Per Cent 1918
Death Record For Month Smashed 1918
The Death Report 1918
Death Reported From Influenza 1919
Death Statistics For November Compiled 1918
Death Sweeps Whole Island 1918
Death Toll At Camp Increases 1918
Death Toll At Elkins Heavy 1918
Death Toll At Field Now 32 1918
Death Toll From Flu 39 In 24 Hours 1918
Death Toll From Influenza Is 215 1918
Death Toll From Influenza Shows a Marked Falling Off 1918
Death Toll Grows 1918
Death Toll Grows From Influenza 1918
Death Toll In Epidemic Still Heavy 1918
Death Toll In Epidemic Takes Drop 1918
Death Toll Is Felt 1919
Death Toll Mounts High as Dread Malady Spreads; Influenza Strikes Abroad 1918
Death Toll Of 12 In City From Epidemic; Decrease In New Cases Is Reported 1918
Death Toll Of Epidemic Still Heavy 1918
Death Toll Of Influenza Is On Decline 1918
Death Toll Stationary In Epidemic 1918
Deaths And New Cases Of Influenza Grow In Day 1918
Deaths At Army Camps Decreasing Say Authorities 1918
Deaths At Camp From Influenza Now Number 166 1918
Deaths At Camp Reach Sixty-Five 1918
Deaths At Grafton 1918
Deaths At Ohio Camp 1059 During Epidemic 1918
Deaths Attributable To Influenza 1918
Deaths, Births Show Increase 1919
Deaths By 'Flu' Show Decrease 1918
Deaths Climb to 79; Day's New Cases 1,501 in Grippe Epidemic 1918
Deaths Continue to Increase but Number of Cases Are Fewer 1918
Deaths Decrease 1919
Deaths Decrease During December 1919
Deaths During Last Week 1919
Deaths During Last Week 1919
Deaths During Week 1919
Deaths For The Week 1918
Deaths For Week Outnumber Births 1918
Deaths from "Flu" Here Showing Steady Decrease 1918
Deaths From "Flu" In Three Cities 1918
Deaths from "flu" less 1918
Deaths from 'flu' eleven 1918
Deaths From Flu And Pneumonia 67 1918
Deaths From Flu In County Number 659 1918
Deaths From Flu In State Exceed 8,000 1919
Deaths From Grip Fewer 1919
Deaths From Influenza And Pneumonia In Week 1918
Deaths From Influenza In County Number 243 1918
Deaths From Influenza Show Decrease Of 14 1918
Deaths From the War and Flu 1919
Deaths From War and From Disease 1918
Deaths In 15 Days Of Influenza, 872 1918
Deaths in Boston 1918
Deaths In County 130 For November 1918
Deaths In Day Total Seventeen 1918
Deaths In Epidemic On Decline At Last 1918
Deaths In January Outnumber Births 1919
Deaths In St. Paul Last Year 3,676 1919
Deaths In Washington County 1918
Deaths Increase as Flu Subsides 1918
Deaths Last Week 1919
Deaths Last Week Exceed 1917 Record 1918
Deaths Last Week In City From Grip 192 1918
Deaths Of Forty-Two Are Reported To City Health Authorities In Single Day 1918
Deaths Of Grip Show Increase 1919
Deaths Of Influenza Increase Slightly 1918
Deaths Of Influenza Reach Record Mark 1918
Deaths Of Influenza Total Five In Day 1918
Deaths Of Last Week 1919
Deaths Of Last Week 1918
Deaths Of Last Week 1919
Deaths Of Last Week 1919
Deaths Of Last Week 1918
Deaths Of Soldiers Decrease 1918
Deaths Run High; Epidemic Checked 1918
Deaths Set Record As Epidemic Breaks 1918
Deaths Show Drop Of 93 For Week 1918
Deaths To A New Record 1918
Deaths Total 899 1918
December 1, 1918 1918
December 1, 1918 1918
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December 10, 1922 1922
December 11, 1918 1918
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December 12, 1918 1918
December 13, 1917 1917
December 18, 1918 1918
December 18, 1919 1919
December, 1917 1917
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December 1917 1917
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December, 1918 1918
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December 1922 1922
December 20, 1917 1917
December 27, 1917 1917
December 4, 1919 1919
December 5, 1918 1918
December 6, 1917 1917
December 6, 1918 1918
Decide Today On Flu Ban Lifting 1918
Decided Decline In 'Flu' Cases Shown 1919
Decided Drop in Number of Deaths 1918
Decided Falling Off In Influenza Epidemic Monday 1918
Decided Increase in "Flu" in State 1918
Declare Milk Here Needs Protection 1918
Declare Reports Of 'Flu' At Harbor Much Exaggerated 1918
Declares Influenza Entered at Boston 1918
Decline in "flu" cases 1919
Decline In 'Flu' Cases Expected 1919
Decline In Cases Increase In Deaths 1918
Decline In Death Rate Quite Marked 1918
Decline In Deaths Is Apparent Here 1918
Decline In Influenza 1918
Decline In Influenza Rapid Here 1918
Decline In New 'Flu' Cases 1918
Decline In New Cases Seen In Flu Reports 1918
Decline Is Shown In Influenza Cases 1919
Decline Is Shown In Influenza Cases 1919
Decline Noted in Malady Cases 1918
Decline Of Flu Expected Soon 1918
Decline Of Plague Cheers Officials 1919
Decline Shown In Influenza Cases 1919
Decline Shown In Influenza Cases 1919
Decline Shown In Influenza Cases 1919
Decline To Lift Ban 1918
Decrease In "Flu" Case Report May Be Result Of Holiday 1919
Decrease In "Flu" Cases Continues 1918
Decrease In 'Flu' Shown By Report 1919
Decrease In Cases In Army Camps 1918
Decrease in Cases Now Looked For 1918
Decrease In Cases Of Influenza Here 1918
Decrease In Deaths 1919
Decrease In Deaths 1919
Decrease in Deaths 1918
Decrease In Deaths From Grip 1918
Decrease In Deaths From Grip 1919
Decrease In Disease Cases 1918
Decrease In Epidemic 1918
Decrease in Flu 1919
Decrease In Flu Cases 1919
Decrease In Flu Encouraging To Health Officers 1918
Decrease In Grip Scourge 1918
Decrease in Influenza 1918
A Decrease In Influenza 1918
Decrease In Influenza Cases 1918
Decrease In Influenza Cases 1918
Decrease In Influenza Cases Here Continues 1918
Decrease In Influenza Here 1918
Decrease In New Cases 1918
Decrease In New Cases Influenza Shown By Report 1918
Decrease In New Flu Cases Noted 1918
Decrease In Number Of Influenza Cases 1919
Decrease In Spread of Plague 1918
Decrease Is Shown In Influenza Cases 1918
Decrease Is Shown In Influenza Here 1918
Decrease Is Shown in New Flu Cases 1918
Decrease Noted In Death Rate From Influenza 1918
Decrease Noted In Influenza Report 1919
Decrease Noted In Report On Influenza Situation 1918
Decrease of 11 in Epidemic Deaths 1919
Decrease Past Week In D. C. Death Record 1919
Decrease Reported in Cases of "Flu" 1918
Decrease Shown From Last Week's Average 1918
Decrease Shown In Deaths From Influenza In D. C. 1918
Decrease Shown In Influenza Deaths 1919
Decrease Shown In Malady Cases 1918
Decrease Shown in New Plague Cases 1918
Decreased Number of New Influenza Cases Reported 1918
Decreases in Deaths and New Cases 1918
Defeating Pneumonia (How To Keep Well) 1918
Defeating The Grippe 1918
Defense Council Meets 1918
Defer Action On Order To Wear 'Flu' Masks 1918
Defer Action On Reopening Order 1918
Defers Action On Lifting The Ban 1918
Defers Meeting Because Of Flu 1918
Defies Health Order 1919
Definite Health Habits For Children 1918
Defy "Flu" Rule; Arrested 1918
Defying Dowling, War Fund Hustlers To Have Luncheon 1918
Delaware Town Closes Schools 1918
Delay Action On 'Flu' Resolution 1918
Delay For Night Schools 1918
Delay Health Campaign 1918
Delay Red Cross Meet 1918
Delayed Flu Reports Responsible For Big Raise In New Cases 1918
Delays in reports swell grip figures 1918
Demand For "Flu Remedy" Keeps Long Line Waiting 1918
Demand for Nurses Never So Urgent 1918
Demobilizing Student Army Training Corps At University Of Utah 1918
Democrats Begin Active Campaign 1918
Democrats Shy At "Flu" 1918
Demurrer Sustained In "Flu" Mask Case 1918
Denham Is Closed Till Ban Is Lifted 1918
Denies Spanish Influenza Has Reached Camp 1918
Dentists To Help In Flu Situation 1918
Denver Again Closed Tight In Determined Effort To Halt Spread Of Influenza 1918
Denver Churches Prepare Outdoor Services Sunday 1918
Denver Closes Churches And Theaters 1918
Denver Deaths Decrease Almost 500 For Month 1919
Denver 'Flu' Death Rate Exceeds Army Which Stood As Highest Thru Country 1918
Denver Goes Maskless Sunday As Plague Steadily Declines 1918
Denver Has New Ambulance For Use Of Local Red Cross 1918
Denver Influenza Death Rate Lower Than in Other Cities 1918
Denver Men Held As Violators of Ute Quarantine 1918
Denver Physicians Begin Work to Forestall Disease 1918
Denver Public Schools Will Not Open Today 1918
Denver Record Declared Good 1918
Denver Remedy Used Thru Nation To Prevent 'Flu' 1918
Denver's First Death From 'Flu' Reported 1918
Denver Schools Open Monday In Districts Free of Influenza 1918
Denver Schools Open, Many Pupils Absent 1918
Denver Shut Tight To End 'Flu' 1918
Denver Slams Quarantine On Again; 109 Deaths In 11 Days; People Must Mask 1918
Denver Theaters Open; Long Ban Is Removed For Delighted Crowds 1918
Denver Will Lift 'Flu' Epidemic Ban On Monday Morning 1918
Department of Health Warning 1918
Department of Hygiene and Preventative Medicine Influenza Epidemic Survey, University of Utah 1920
Department of Public Safety Annual Report Sub-Department of Health To the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1917 1917
Department of Public Safety Annual Report Sub-Department of Health To the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1918 1918
Department of Public Safety Annual Report Sub-Department of Health To the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1919 1919
Department of Public Safety Annual Report Sub-Department of Health To the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1920 1920
Department of Public Safety Annual Report Sub-Department of Health To the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1922 1922
Department Report Shows Increase In Death Rate 1918
Department Stores May Be Urged To Close 1918
Department Stores Return to 8:30 - 5:30 Hours Tomorrow 1918
Departments in Which Opening Hours Change 1918
Departure Of 475 Men Delayed By Influenza 1918
Departure Of Men Cancelled Because Of Outbreak Of Influenza 1918
Deplores Epidemic Fear 1918
Describes Cure Used For Grippe 1918
Deseret Gymnasium Fighting Epidemic 1918
The Detachment Medical Department [1918]
Detailed Report Of Work Done During Year By Red Cross Chapter 1918
Details Of New Order To Stamp Out Influenza 1918
Development and Mortality of "Flu" in Present Week Shown Graphically 1918
Diary 12 (September 4 - 21, 1918), Military Inspection Trips 1918
Diary, George A. Robertson, MD 1918
Did a Great Work Fighting Influenza 1918
Did The Influenza Plague Really Come From China? 1918
Dies Of Flu At Base Hospital 1918
Diet Kitchen Closes After Today's Work 1918
Diet Kitchen Closes Tonight 1918
Diet Kitchen Continues Work 1918
Diet Kitchen Has Proved Big Work 1918
Diet Kitchen Is Busy Center 1918
Diet Kitchen Is Giving Much Help 1918
Diet Kitchen Is In Need Of Milk 1918
Diet Kitchen Roll Of Honor 1918
Diet Kitchen Very Busy 1918
Diet Kitchen Yet Short Of Milk 1918
Diet Kitchen's Splendid Work 1918
Difference As To Clinic Location 1918
Digest of Instructions From National Red Cross Influenza Committee Regarding The Coordination Of The Activities Of The United States Public Health Service State And Local Health Departments American Red Cross, Its Chapters And Branches In The Suppression Of The Epidemic Of Spanish Influenza [1918]
Directions For Making [Gauze Masks] 1918
Directions for Physicians When Treating Influenza 1918
Dirty Streets and the Spread of Disease 1918
'Disappearance' Caused By Flu 1918
Discher Family Correspondence, October - November 1918 1918
Discover Serum For Influenza 1918
Discuss Change in Hours of Carmen in Epidemic 1918
Discuss Closing Of Every Saloon In Whole State 1918
Discuss Closing Public Places At Conference 1918
Discuss flu epidemic 1918
Discuss Influenza Epidemic 1918
Discuss Lifting Of Epidemic Ban 1918
Discuss Opening of Hospital For Influenza Patients 1919
Discuss Plans To Fight The Grip Epidemic 1918
Discussed Influ Situation 1919
Disease and Death Rate Show Effect of Grip Outbreak Here 1918
Disease At A Standstill 1918
'Disease At A Standstill' 1918
Disease At Camps Under Control Say Authorities 1918
Disease Exacts Heavy Toll At Camp Sherman 1918
Disease Exacts Toll of Death 1918
Disease Flare-Up Noted 1919
Disease In Big Decline 1918
Disease Is Improving 1918
Disease List Increases 1919
Disease Peril Rouses Whole City To Fight 1918
Disease Reported Normal 1918
Disease Shows No Decrease In City 1918
Disease Spreads Over Nation 1918
Disease Strikes Naval Camps 1918
Disease Takes Big Toll 1919
Disease Under Control 1918
Disease Waning In New Orleans But Not In State 1918
Diseases In School (How To Keep Well) 1918
Disguised with Flu Masks Fair Patrons Flock to Big Show 1918
Disinfecting After Influenza 1918
Disinfecting Statement (Charleston, South Carolina) 1918
Disinfection Of Cars To Prevent Influenza 1918
Dismiss 15 Schools To Prevent Grip 1918
Dispatch, addressed to Bracken, Secretary, State Board of Health, with draft 1918
Dispatch, addressed to Dr. Wilmer Krusen 1918
Dispatch, addressed to Max C. Starkloff 1918
Dispatch addressed to Oscar Dowling, from W. C. Braisted 1918
Dispatch addressed to R. G. Denig, Carnegie Company 1918
Dispatch, addressed to W H Garward, from Braisted 1918
Dispatch addressed to W. B. Collins, from Braisted 1918
Dispatch from "Bumed" to Naval Station, Mare Island, CA 1919
Distant Nurses Responding To S. O. S. Praise Mrs. Perry And Her Workers 1918
Distress Calls To Nurse Influenza 1918
Distressing Scenes Witnessed During Epidemic Of Influenza Described To I. V. N. A. Board 1918
District Attorney Ray Ill With Influenza 1918
District Chapter Fights Influenza 1918
District Court Attaches Wear Plague Masks 1918
District Court Opens Monday 1918
District Nurses Do Great Work In Fighting Epidemic 1918
District Of Columbia 1918
District Plan Aiding Women 1918
District Rallies Of War Work Drive Postponed By "Flu" 1918
District services gets flu hospital 1919
District Unit At Meade Hit Lightly By Epidemic 1918
Division Circular Letter No. 54 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, April 1, 1920 1920
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, April, 1918 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, August 1, 1920 1920
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, August, 1918 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, December 1, 1919 1919
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, December 1, 1920 1920
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, December, 1918 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, February 1, 1919 1919
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, February 1, 1920 1920
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, February, 1918 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, January 1, 1919 1919
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, July 1, 1920 1920
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, July, 1918 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, June 1, 1919 1919
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, June 1, 1920 1920
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, June, 1918 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, March 1, 1920 1920
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, March, 1918 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, May 1, 1919 1919
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, May 1, 1920 1920
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, May, 1918 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, November 1, 1919 1919
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, November 1, 1920 1920
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, October 1, 1919 1919
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, October, 1918 1918
Division Of Health Department of Public Welfare of Dayton, Ohio, September 1, 1920 1920
Dixie Academy Will Resume Work Monday 1918
Do Animals Contract Influenza? 1919
Do It Today! 1918
Doctor Appeals To State Health Board 1918
Doctor bids for blood to save "flu" patients 1918
Doctor Gives Life Fighting Influenza 1918
Doctor Holds 'Flu' Not Germ Disease 1918
Doctor In Fire Zone Ill With Influenza 1918
Doctor, In Stripes, Is 'Flu' Hero; Pardoned 1919
Doctor Probers Ask Aid 1918
Doctor Says Go To Bed Early As Preventative Of Influenza 1918
Doctor Tells How To Avoid The Grip 1918
Doctors act to get more nurses by short course 1919
Doctors Advise Immediate Order For Compulsory Wearing of Masks To Stamp Out Influenza Plague 1918
Doctors Advise Parents To Keep Children Out of School 1918
Doctors Advise That All Indoor Meetings Be Stopped for Time 1918
Doctors advised to give no medications to depress vital forces of patients 1918
Doctors And Nurses Will Be Mobilized 1918
Doctors Approve Closing Schools 1918
Doctors Approve School Closing During Epidemic 1918
Doctors Are Mobilized 1918
Doctors Are Not Doing Their Duty 1918
Doctors Asked To Report Flu 1918
Doctors Battle with Influenza 1918
Doctors Beg For Nurses, Men And Women Alike 1918
Doctors Called to LaGrange to Fight 'Flu' 1918
Doctors Can't Attend All 1918
Doctors Confer On "Flu" Crisis 1918
Doctors Disagree On Mask As A Preventative For Flu 1918
Doctors Discuss 'Flu' Here 1918
Doctors Form Volunteer Band To Battle Influenza Epidemic 1918
Doctors' Gathering in Chicago Fails to Find Influenza Organism 1918
Doctors Give Aid To City Flu Fight 1918
Doctors Here Must Report Influenza 1918
Doctors Hold Up Reports 1918
Doctors Hopeful Influenza Spread Has Been Checked 1918
Doctors Keep Up Flu Vigilance 1918
Doctors May Use Plague Vaccine 1918
Doctors Meet Tonight To Discuss Influenza 1918
Doctors Of Richmond Are Overworked As Seldom In History; 2,000 Grip Cases 1918
Doctors, Officials Discuss Influenza 1919
Doctors Oppose Long Schedule 1918
Doctors Out To Bar Influenza Spread In Cal 1918
Doctors Plan To Stamp Out 'Flu' 1919
Doctors Plead Guilty to Not Reporting "Flu" Cases 1918
Doctors' Probe Feb. 21 1919
Doctors' Reports Show Conditions Are Much Better 1918
Doctors Say Flu Is Not Alarming In City 1919
Doctors Say Nature Best Flu Physician 1918
Doctors Say Spread of Influenza Epidemic in City is Decreasing 1918
Doctors Start Probe Of Profiteering 1918
Doctors Stemming Influenza Spread, Says Hassler; Health Chief Urges Full Precautions 1918
Doctors take nurses' fight to Springfield 1919
Doctors Think Influenza Situation Here Continues To Improve; The Figures 1918
Doctors To Aid Flu Probe 1919
Doctors To Confer On Local Epidemic 1918
Doctors Urge Use Of Serum 1918
Doctors Urged to Report Cases 1918
Doctors Warned Not To Neglect Reporting Contagious Diseases 1918
Doctors Work Night And Day Caring For Influenza Cases; 1 Nurse Dead; 100 Others Ill 1918
Dodge Cases On Decrease 1918
Does Not Believe That Governor Has Influenza 1918
Does Planet Jupiter Exert Some Influence On Influenza Epidemic? 1918
Doesn't Fear Recurrence Of Influenza Epidemic 1918
Doffs Mask To Talk To Hobby 1918
Dog Show Is Postponed Because Of Influenza 1918
Doing Everything to Check Spread of the Epidemic 1918
Doings Of The D. A. R. 1918
Don Quixote up to date, edited by Julia's dupe 1918
Don't Close The Schools 1918
Don't Crowd Elevator, Is Anderson's Order 1918
Don't Crowd; Open Windows Among Do's and Don'ts 1918
Don't Dally With Influenza 1918
Don't Expect Flu Return 1918
Don't Expect Further Ban 1918
Don't Fall A Victim To Flu! Ten Rules for Saving Yourself and Others 1919
Don't Favor Closing Order 1919
Don't Flee! It's Flu Veil 1918
Don't Forget To Wear Mask While Celebrating! 1918
"Don't Get Scared," Is Warning Given People of City 1918
'Don't Get Scared,' Is Warning Given To People By Red Cross 1918
'Don't Kick! Help!' Says Health Man 1918
Don't Kiss the Babies; It Means Influenza 1919
Don't Lift Ban, U. S. Orders 1918
"Don't Open!" Is Drastic Command 1918
Don't Relax Precautions Says Hassler 1918
Don't Spit 1918
Don't Worry About The Grip 1918
"Don't" Placarded For Dinner Orders 1918
Double Deaths From "Flu" 1918
Dowling Gives Warning of Influenza's Return 1918
Dowling Hopes To See Decline In State's Sick 1918
Dowling Is Advertising for Doctors and Nurses 1919
Dowling Makes Report On Influenza Cases 1918
Dowling Opposes Partial Closing As Useless Move 1919
Dowling Talks On Influenza Masks 1918
Dowling To Make Influenza Survey 1919
Down Go Out Flu Figures 1918
Down With Weeds A Health Slogan 1918
Downward Trend of Epidemic in Boston 1918
Dozen 'Flu' Cases Shown In Report 1919
Dr. A. J. Gannon Is Removed By Health Board 1918
Dr. A. J. Gordon Dies 1918
Dr. A. T. Chambers Dead 1918
Dr. A. T. Chambers Pneumonia Victim 1918
Dr. Abercrombie Empowered to Act in 'Flu' Situation 1918
Dr. Aiken To Take Charge In State 1918
Dr. Baer Flu Cure Given To Public By Him 1918
Dr. Bascom Resigns From Health Board 1919
Dr. Beatty Explains Sales Restrictions 1918
Dr. Beatty Makes Plain His Position On Mask Question 1918
Dr. Blake Orders General Closing 1918
Dr. Bower Discusses Spanish Influenza 1918
Dr. Brown Appeals to Public To Aid Those Now in Need 1918
Dr. Buteau Gives Advice On "Flu" 1918
Dr. C. St. Clair Drake Tells Just How to Make Face Masks and Also How They Should Be Worn 1918
Dr. Carnes Discusses Influenza Situation 1918
Dr. Carnes Reports Epidemic Has Passed 1918
Dr. Carnes Warns Against Influenza 1918
Dr. Copeland Finds Serum Cure For Grip 1918
Dr. Copeland Has Influenza 'Well In Hand' 1918
Dr. Copeland Sees End Near in Epidemic 1918
Dr. Crosby Gives Out Health Bills 1918
Dr. Crosby New Health Officer 1918
Dr. Crosby To Keep Health Office Job 1918
Dr. Crosby To Quit Health Bd. Position 1919
Dr. Currie Has Fluey 1918
Dr. Douglas Treats 2000 Patients for Influenza on Tour 1918
Dr. Dowling Gives Statement On The Health Situation 1918
Dr. Dowling Makes Statement On The Health Situation 1918
Dr. Dowling Maps Epidemic's History 1918
Dr. Dowling Says That Epidemic Has Reached Its Crest 1918
Dr. Evans Explains Use Of Vaccine As Influenza, Pneumonia, Protection 1918
Dr. Evans' Advice On Influenza 1918
Dr. Flannagan Resigns As City Health Officer 1919
Dr. G. W. Middleton Submits Open Letter On "Flu" Situation 1918
Dr. Gowans Advises Teachers Be Paid 1918
Dr. Gowans Favors Paying Teachers In Full 1918
Dr. Gowans Improved 1918
Dr. Gram Denies Closing Order Included Stores; Says Report Was Error 1918
Dr. Gram Denies Many Flu Cases Went Unreported 1919
Dr. Gram Explains His Efforts Preventing Spread Of Influenza 1918
Dr. Gram Says Experts Agreed On Flu Masks 1918
Dr. Gram Seeks To Keep City Free Of Spanish Grip 1918
Dr. Gram Urges City To Guard Public Health 1918
Dr. Gram Would Give Up Hospital In "Old Central" 1918
Dr. Green Writes History Of "Flu" 1919
Dr. H. R. Simons Succumbs 1918
Dr. Hale To Keep Record Of Health Conditions 1918
Dr. Hassler Again To Insist Upon Revival of Masks 1918
Dr. Hassler Commended For Masking 1919
Dr. Hayne Will Remain 1918
Dr. Hutchinson Finds Influenza Serum For City 1918
Dr. John Dill better look out for these chaps! 1918
Dr. Jordan Issues Order Against Opening Caskets 1918
Dr. Kennedy Makes Report in Influenza 1918
Dr. Kennedy Says He Will Enforce Laws on Disease Reports 1919
Dr. Knott Speaks Of Influenza Outlook 1918
Dr. Lankester Returns To Fight Epidemic Here 1918
Dr. Leary's Serum Sent to San Francisco in a Hurry 1918
Dr. Looks For Slackening Of Influenza In Week 1918
Dr. Lulu Peters Returns to L. A. Wearing 'Flu' Mask 1918
Dr. Lulu Peters, 'Flu' Victim, Gives Don'ts For Others 1918
Dr. M'Bride Warns Against Influenza 1918
Dr. Macadam Now 'Daddy' To Well Babies 1918
Dr. Manning Seeks to Find Cause of Spread of the Spanish "Flu" 1918
Dr. Manning To Remove Skip Row Rule On Monday 1918
Dr. Mather Says Influenza Situation Is Now Improving 1918
Dr. Michael F. Fallon Says Civilian Doctors Of Worcester Earn Everlasting Gratitude 1918
Dr. Middleton On Influenza Epidemic 1918
Dr. Morgan Again Warns The Public 1918
Dr. Morgan Encouraged Over Decline Of Flu 1918
Dr. Morgan Issues An Influenza Warning 1918
Dr. Morgan Says Cold Will Not Affect Flu 1918
Dr. Morgan Urges Greatest Caution 1918
Dr. Moss Alarmed 1918
Dr. Newell To Aid 1918
Dr. Patton's Address Is Cancelled Because of Flu 1918
Dr. Paul Tells Of Methods Suggested To Stamp Out "Flu" 1918
Dr. Phinizy Calhoun Now Major in Army 1918
Dr. Robin To Get Flu Fight Data 1918
Dr. Roby Tells How Influenza May Be Treated 1918
Dr. Royer Refuses To Lift Influenza Ban Here Sunday 1918
Dr. Ruhland Issues New Influenza Warning 1919
Dr. Slack To Hold Church Services 1918
Dr. Staniland, Chief 1919
Dr. Sumner Awaits Advice Of Dr. Blue 1918
Dr. Sumner Sticks Up For Nose Spray 1918
Dr. Tennant Comes To Assist In Fight Against Influenza 1918
Dr. Tuttle Spoils Plan Of Seattle People For Dance 1918
Dr. W. S. Sadler Tell How To Avoid The 'Flu' 1918
Dr. William Bagot Ill With Influenza 1918
Dr. Woodward Calls for Nurses' Aids 1918
Dr. Woodward Confident Worst of Contagion Over 1918
Dr. Woodward Tries Verse in Influenza Campaign 1919
Dr. Wyland Agrees To Care For The Epidemic Orphans 1918
Draft And 'Flu' Hit Election Systems 1918
Draft Board Meeting Delayed By Epidemic 1918
Draft Boards Guard Against Influenza 1918
Draft Boards Receive New And Important Regulations Dealing With Classification 1918
Draft Doctors in Malady War 1918
Draft Halts In Effort To Stop Spread Of Influenza 1918
Draft of "Analysis Of The Course Of Epidemics In Army Camps, The Causative Factors And The Measures Of Control" 1918
Draft of letter to Dr. Leonard G. Sanford, from: Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University Medical School 1918
Draft of telegram, to: Fricks, from: Surgeon General Blue 1918
Draft of telegram, to: Medical Officer in Charge, from: Surgeon General Blue 1919
Draft of telegram, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: T. B. Beatty 1919
Draft of telegram, to: T. B. Beatty, from: Surgeon General Blue 1919
Draftees May Meet Wearing Flu Masks 1918
Draftees To Wear Influenza Masks 1918
Drama and Music: All Theaters Closed Until Oct 7 - Plans for the Future 1918
Drastic Action In Fighting The "Flu" 1918
Drastic Action Not The Rule Of All Sanitary Authorities 1918
A Drastic Ban Is On 1918
Drastic City Closing Ban May Be Lifted Saturday 1918
Drastic Influenza Ban Due In St. Paul Today 1918
Drastic Measures Considered To Stop Rapid Spread Of "Flu" 1918
Drastic measures to fight epidemic (a. k. a. City fights grippe with severe steps) 1918
Drastic Order By Board Of Health 1918
Drastic Order To Combat Flu 1918
Drastic Regulations 1918
Drastic Rules To Combat Influenza 1918
Drastic Rulings For Operation Of Cars Framed 1918
Drastic Step Against Flu Obeyed Here 1918
Drastic steps taken to fight influenza here 1918
Drastic Steps To Check Influenza 1918
Drastic Steps To Oust Flu 1919
Drastic Warning Issued New 'Flu' Epidemic Is Near 1918
Dread Malady Sweeps Camps 1918
Dreaded Spanish Influenza Claims Eight At Niagara 1918
Dressings For Motor Students 1918
Drilled In Flu Masks 1918
Drilling Operations Have Almost Stopped 1918
Drink Proprietors Call Closing Discriminating 1918
Drinking Places Must Keep Clean To Remain Open 1918
Drive Against Influenza In K. C. Is Now On 1918
Drive All Night; Women Race Flu 1918
Drive for Influenza Victims 1919
Drive To Halt Plague In Colorado Believed Meeting With Success 1918
Drop Again Shown in Influenza Here 1918
Drop in Cases of Influenza 1918
Drop in Cases of Influenza 1918
Drop In Death Rate 1919
Drop In Death Rate 1918
Drop in Epidemic Deaths in Boston 1918
Drop In Influenza Cases 1919
Drop in influenza cases 1919
Drop in the Number of Influenza Cases 1919
Drop of 18 In Deaths From Grip 1919
Drug Clerks Overtaxed 1918
Drug Distributors Work Hard to Check Grippe 1918
Drug, Gauze Famine To Be New Menace 1918
Drug Market Receives Big Boost From "Flu" 1918
Druggists Are Flu Busy 1918
Dry Weather To Kill "Flu" 1918
Drys To Cite Flu Ban Differences 1918
Ducks Available For Stricken Homes 1918
Due To Influenza Epidemic 1918
Dull Times Brightened by Cupid's Activities 1918
Dunn Says "Flu" Is Under Control 1918
During The Influenza Epidemic Aunt Trudy Smyser Chased Poor Old Uncle Ben Simmons Off The Car For Sneezing 1918

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