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Hagerstown 1918
Hagerstown Provides Beds 1918
Hakes Appeals for Cars for Nurses 1918
Half Day's Session In School Tomorrow 1918
Hallowe'en Events Should Be Tempered 1918
Hallowe'en Ideas Give Needed Cheer 1918
Hallowe'en Is Observed At Post 1918
Hallowe'en revels lack the spirit of previous affairs 1918
Halloween Celebration In Dallas Unusually Rough and Boisterous 1918
Halloween Frolic Not Entirely Ruled Out 1918
Halloween Fun Should Be Curtailed 1918
Halloween Ghosts Are Noisiest That Ever Pestered Birmingham 1918
Halloween Parties Barred 1918
Halloween Parties Taboo As Flu Spreads Thru City 1918
Halloween Passes Quietly Owing to the Influenza Ban Placed on Gayeties 1918
Halt All Except Urgent Meetings, Health Proposal 1918
Halt Entrance To "U" 1918
Halt Meetings To Combat Epidemic 1918
Halt! Orders Are Issued To Stamp Out Disease at Chillicothe Camp 1918
Halt Renewal Of Influ Here 1918
Halts Draft Call, Due To Epidemic 1918
Hamlin Put In Charge Of Flu Epidemic 1918
Hancock 1918
Handling of Influenza Situation and Critics Of Health Board Discussed 1918
Handwritten letter, to: Governor W. L. Harding, from: Albert Emmons 1918
Harbor Building Halts 1918
Hard Drive to Stop Spread of the Epidemic 1918
Hard School Grind Starts Tomorrow 1918
Harford Schools To Reopen 1919
Harmony Is Sought By Health Officials 1918
Harrisonburg Has Blaze 1918
Harry L. Bradshaw Dies, a Victim of Spanish 'Flu' 1918
Hartwell Opposes Using Old Central High As Hospital 1918
Harvard Classes Reopen Today 1918
Has 2,500 "Flu" Cases 1918
Has clearing house plan for influenza 1918
Has Spanish 'Flu' Invaded St. Paul? 1918
Hassler Calls For Volunteers 1919
Hassler Urges Churches and Theaters Close 1918
Hassler Warns City Against Carelessness In Wearing Of Masks As New Cases Decline 1918
Hassler Will Fight Repeal Of Mask Law 1919
Have A Little Sense 1918
Have Many Volunteers 1918
Have Spanish Influenza 1918
Have You Got Your "Flu" Mask? 1918
Have You Influenza? 1918
Have You the Flu? Here's How to Tell 1918
Have Your Gas Mask Ready; Spanish 'Flu' Hits East 1918
Having Health, Keep It 1919
Havoc Wrought By The Epidemic Of Influenza 1919
He's Whole Fire Company All The Rest Have The Flu 1918
Headquarters For Auto Owners Changed 1918
Headquarters Of School Children For Red Cross Work 1918
Headway of the Epidemic Checked 1918
Health Agent Dies From Influenza 1919
Health And School Authorities Confer 1918
Health and the War 1918
Health Announcement 1918
Health Authorities Believe Influenza Near End Of Run 1918
Health authorities guarding against influenza's spread 1919
Health Authorities Inspect Buildings of Liberty Fair 1918
Health Authorities To Debate Book Circulation 1918
Health Ban Exempts War Fund Campaign 1918
Health Ban Lifted About Fifty Per Cent 1918
Health Ban Lifting May Be Fixed Monday, If Abatement Prevails 1918
Health Ban Put on Lodges; Committees Allowed to Meet 1918
Health Ban Still On 1918
Health Before Politics 1918
Health Bill Lands On Rocks In House 1919
Health Board Abandons Its Tent On Green 1918
Health Board Acts To Check Influenza 1918
Health Board Asks Aid As Flu Alarms 1918
Health Board Asks Isolation Of Flu 1918
Health Board Ban Cleans Grid Slate; Golf and Tennis Surviving Sports 1918
Health Board Ban Extended 1918
Health Board Cancels Ban Except Rules for Children 1918
Health Board Closes All Churches and Theatres 1918
Health Board Closes Lid Tight To Check Epidemic 1918
Health Board Closes Public Meeting Places 1918
Health Board Employees To Get Increases 1919
Health Board Fights Typhoid Fever Cases 1918
Health Board Fixes Hours Of Business 1918
Health Board Found No Reason To Change Its Closing Order 1918
Health Board Giving Battle To Influenza 1918
Health Board Grateful 1919
Health Board Guarding Pupils Of All Schools 1918
Health Board Hears Of 82 New Flu Cases 1919
Health Board Hints Opening, Delays Action 1918
Health Board Is Given Two Weeks More Of Closed Meeting Places 1918
Health Board Issues Call For Nurses And Physicians 1918
Health Board Lifts Ban And Worcester Is Itself Again 1918
Health Board Lifts The Closing Order In Its Entirety 1918
Health Board May Act Today 1918
Health Board May Lift Ban 1918
Health Board Meeting 1919
Health Board Mobilizes To Meet Influenza 1918
Health Board Not To Close Schools 1918
Health Board Opposed To Roosevelt Meeting 1918
Health Board Orders Masks 1918
Health Board Orders Masks As Grip Grows 1918
Health Board Orders Public Places Closed 1918
Health Board Raises All Flu Restrictions 1918
Health Board Report On Relief Work 1918
Health Board Reports Influenza On Increase 1918
Health Board Rulings For Fighting Influenza 1918
Health Board Statistics 1919
Health Board Takes Joy Out Of Sneeze 1918
Health Board Tells How to Halt Epidemic 1919
Health Board To Lift Restrictions 1918
Health Board To Observe Holidays 1918
Health Board To Organize 1919
Health Board Will Determine General Policy 1918
Health Board Will Lift Influenza Ban On Monday 1918
Health Board Will Quarantine Spanish Influenza Cases Here 1918
Health Boards Are Stirred By Order 1918
Health Boards Ban Artillerymen Parade 1919
Health Boards Lift Influenza Ban; Salt Lake Churches Will Open Tomorrow 1918
Health Boards Making Fight On Influenza 1918
Health Bulletin No. 1 1918
Health Bulletin, Newark and Influenza, 1918 1919
Health Bureau Denies Spanish 'Flu' Report 1918
Health Bureau Requests New Motor Ambulance 1918
Health Bureau Will Be Clearing House 1918
Health Campaign To Be Conducted By Dr. Barker 1918
Health Chief Tells City Situation 1918
Health: City department gives Christmas advice to avoid "flu" and other ills 1918
Health Comes First 1919
Health Commission Says Flu Situation Shows Improvement 1918
Health Commissioner Announces All But Essential Business Will Be Closed Tomorrow; City Takes Action to Check Influenza 1918
Health Commissioner Copeland's rules for combating influenza epidemic 1918
Health Commissioner Issues A Warning 1918
Health Commissioner Replies To Assertions Of Dr. Hutchinson 1918
Health Commissioners Order More Closing Restrictions for City 1918
Health Committee Red Cross Active 1918
Health Condition In City Better 1918
Health Condition In Portland Is Almost Normal 1918
Health Conditions Are Much Improved; 272 Cases Reported 1918
Health Conditions Good 1918
Health Conditions Good 1919
Health Conditions Greatly Improved 1918
Health Conditions Normal 1918
Health Conditions Show Improvement 1919
Health Council To Act On Influenza 1918
Health Courses To Begin Again 1918
Health Department and City Officials Recommend the Use of Gauze Masks in Public Places 1918
Health Department Assures Grip Need Cause No Alarm 1919
Health Department Evolves Definition of the Word Music 1918
Health Department Has No Influenza Serum 1918
Health Department Has Situation Under Control 1918
Health Department Issues Circular About Influenza 1918
Health Department Men Want More Pay 1918
Health Department Notice to the Undertakers of Boston. 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of April, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of April, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of April, 1919 1919
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of August, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of August, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of August, 1919 1919
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of December, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of December, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of February, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of February, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of February, 1919 1919
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of January, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of January, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of January, 1919 1919
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of July, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of July, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of July, 1919 1919
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of June, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of June, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of June, 1919 1919
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of March, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of March, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of March, 1919 1919
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of May, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of May, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of May, 1919 1919
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of November, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of November, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of October, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of October, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of October, 1919 1919
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of September, 1917 1917
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of September, 1918 1918
Health Department Of The City Of San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics For The Month Of September, 1919 1919
Health Department Permits War Drive Canvass, Meeting 1918
Health Department Urges Wearing Of Gauze Masks as Precautionary Measure Against Spread of Influenza 1918
Health Department Will Try To Check Spread Of Disease 1918
Health Department's Official Influenza Closing Regulations 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For April, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For April, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For April, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For April, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For April, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For April, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For August, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For August, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For August, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For August, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For August, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For August, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For December, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For December, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For December, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For December, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For December, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For December, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For February, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For February, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For February, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For February, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For February, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For February, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For January, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For January, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For January, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For January, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For January, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For January, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For July, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For July, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For July, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For July, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For July, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For July, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For June, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For June, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For June, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For June, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For June, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For June, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For March, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For March, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For March, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For March, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For March, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For March, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For May, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For May, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For May, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For May, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For May, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For May, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For November, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For November, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For November, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For November, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For November, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For November, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For October, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For October, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For October, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For October, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For October, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For October, 1922 1922
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For September, 1917 1917
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For September, 1918 1918
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For September, 1919 1919
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For September, 1920 1920
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For September, 1921 1921
Health Department, City of St. Louis, State of Missouri, United States of America, Statement of Vital Statistics, Reported Cases of Certain Communicable Diseases, Coroner's Inquests, Local Meteorology, Etc. For September, 1922 1922
Health Dept. Wants To Retain Old High School As Hospital 1918
Health Don'ts During Epidemic 1918
Health Edict Banishes Santa 1918
Health Education Measures Are Attacked 1919
Health Has Been Restored 1918
Health Heads Await Returns On Influenza 1918
Health Heads Sure Influenza Danger Has Fully Passed 1918
Health High Grade In Trade Districts 1918
Health Hints 1918
Health In City Gauges Limit Of Camp Quarantine 1918
Health In City Good 1919
Health Inspection In The Schools 1918
Health Inspector To Enforce Order 1918
Health Insurance Concerns Not Affected By Influenza Epidemic 1918
Health Is As Valuable As Property 1919
Health Lid May Go Off At Once 1918
Health Machinery Shown Up By Flu Officials Say 1918
Health Man Warns Against Weather 1919
Health Measures In "Flu" Cases Being Planned 1919
Health Measures Taken Are Timely 1919
The Health Meeting 1918
Health Meeting Is Held and Everyone Wears Gauze Masks 1918
Health Meeting Is No Relief In Flu, Dr. Bullock Says 1918
Health News -- Issued by the United States Public Health Service (For Immediate Release) 1918
Health Of Camp Excellent 1918
Health Of City Continues To Show Big Improvement 1918
Health of City Is Much Improved 1919
Health Of City Much Improved 1919
Health Of School Children Watched 1918
Health Of Troops Better 1919
Health Office Asks Dance Restrictions 1919
Health Office Gets Reports of 67 Flu Cases 1918
Health Office Refuses Permit To Open Church 1918
Health Office Reports Decrease In Influenza 1919
Health Office Scents Retreat Of Influenza 1918
Health Officer Closes Theater That Breaks Law 1918
Health Officer Estimates 400 Influenza Cases Here 1918
Health Officer Explains Order 1918
Health Officer Knocks "Flu"; Anti-Flu Family Takes Hand 1919
Health Officer Lauds Red Cross 1918
Health Officer Makes New Rules 1918
Health Officer Orders Doctors To Report Cases Of Influenza 1918
Health Officer Sautter Praised Albanians 1918
Health Officer Says Flu Wanes 1918
Health Officer Says Influenza Has Spent Force 1918
Health Officer Visits Stores 1918
Health Officer Visits Theaters 1918
Health Officer Warns 1918
Health Officer Warns Police 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's Report 1918
Health Officer's View Of Influenza Remedies 1918
Health Officers Adopt Measures To Stop Epidemic 1918
Health Officers Ask Federal Aid To Fight Disease 1918
Health officers find influenza epidemic waning 1918
Health Officers Get No Assistance 1919
Health Officers Instruct Public 1918
Health Officers Not Favoring Quarantine 1918
Health Officers Proposed For Schools 1918
Health Officers Release 48 From Ships Sick List 1918
Health Officers Silent On "Cure" 1918
Health Officers To Meet 1918
Health Officers' Power Assailed Before Council 1919
Health Officers' Reports 1918
Health Official Is Opposed To Holding Proposed Celebration 1919
Health Officials And Council Confer Over Flu Situation 1919
Health Officials Ban Flu Masks 1918
Health Officials Begin Fight Against The "Flu" 1918
Health Officials Confer on Drastic Closing Order 1918
Health Officials Decide On Plan For Raising Plague Quarantine 1918
Health Officials Have A Tight Grip On The Flu Germ 1918
Health Officials Here Believe Peak In Epidemic Reached 1918
Health Officials Hit For Method In Granting Children Permits 1918
Health Officials In Command 1918
Health Officials Obey Or Lose Out 1918
Health Officials Pleased With Outlook 1918
Health Officials Still Battling With Disease 1918
Health Officials Sure Epidemic In Dallas On Wane 1918
Health Order No. 4 1918
Health Order Won't Hinder Loan 1918
Health Ordinance On Closing To Be Re-Enacted Today 1918
Health Outlook Improves 1919
Health Pamphlets Delivered By Scouts 1918
Health Placarding 1919
Health Plans Win Support 1919
Health Proclamation 1918
Health Proclamation 1918
Health Reforms Are Advocated By Official 1919
Health Regulations to Be Observed 1918
Health Report Of City Of Birmingham 1918
Health Report Shows 21 'Flu' Cases 1919
Health Report Tomorrow 1918
Health Reports From Over State Are Encouraging 1918
Health Reports Reveal Decrease of Influenza 1919
Health Rule Halts Visitors 1918
Health Rule On Flu Likely For 10 Days 1918
Health Rules 1918
Health Rules Bar Bulletins On Election 1918
Health Service Asks For Reserve 1918
Health Service to Eradicate 'Flu;' Call for Doctors 1918
Health Situation Is Not Much Improved 1918
Health Situation Is Theme Of Bulletin 1919
Health Stations Planned 1919
Health Survey In Schools Completed 1918
Health Survey Of New Orleans Now Being Made 1918
Health Talks: Are You Coming Down Soon? 1918
Health Talks: Beware the Barrage 1918
Health Talks: Complications and Fatality of Influenza 1919
Health Talks: Complications and Fatality of Influenza 1919
Health Talks: Infection in Stores 1919
Health Talks: Inspection and Immunity 1919
Health Talks: Isolation is Vexation 1919
Health Talks: Prevention of the Great Indoor Plague 1918
Health Talks: The Catching Cold Delusion and the Flu 1918
Health Talks: The Flim Flam Flu 1919
Health Talks: The Flu Still Flickers 1919
Health Talks: The Health Authorities in a Quandry 1919
Health Talks: The New Influenza 1918
Health Talks: Virulence of Disease Germs 1919
Health Talks: Virulence of Disease Germs 1919
Health Talks: Virulence of Influenza 1918
Health Talks: Virulence of Influenza 1918
Health Talks: Weather and Climate 1919
Health Warning Is Given Voters 1918
Health Work To Be Done In Schools 1919
"Healthiest City" Claim Of Chicago To Be Combated 1919
Healthy Worcester Little Affected By Spanish Influenza 1918
Hearing On Local Flu Quarantine 1918
Heart Trouble Leads "Flu" 1918
Heated Cars Not Against Influenza Regulations 1918
Heating Measure Is Flu Safeguard 1919
Heaviest Day's Toll Claimed By Epidemic of Influenza; Disease Slowly Sweeping Westward 1918
Heavy Cut In L. A. Flu Cases Reported 1919
Heavy Death Toll In York 1918
Heavy Decrease Again Shown In Flu Cases 1918
Heavy Decrease Shown in New Influenza Cases 1919
Heavy increase in influenza cases reported for yesterday 1918
Heavy Influenza Toll 1919
Heavy Nurse Enrollment 1918
Heavy Rain Aids Influenza Fight 1918
Heavy Toll At Lynchburg 1918
Heavy Toll At Lynchburg 1918
Heavy Toll In Crisfield 1918
Heavy Toll Is Taken By "Flu" 1918
Heavy Toll Paid To New Disease 1918
Heavy Vote Looked For; Flu No Bar 1918
Height Of Grave Epidemic At Newport Reached 1918
Held By Influenza, Actors Toil To Eat 1918
Help Check the Epidemic 1918
Help For Cumberland 1918
Help For Railway Employees 1918
Help Stop Influenza Epidemic, Individual Responsibility Great 1918
Help Stop The Flu 1918
Help Stop This Epidemic (Spanish) Influenza 1918
Help Stop This Epidemic (Spanish) Influenza 1918
Help The Elks Clean Up The 'Flu' 1918
Help The Nurses 1918
Help To Keep 'Flu' Out Of Cleveland 1918
Help Wanted to Stop Flu 1918
Help! Women called upon to volunteer for first aid work in stemming epidemic 1918
Help! Women! 1918
Helped to Fight Epidemic 1918
Helping To Fight The "Flu" 1918
Helps Fight Influenza 1918
Henrico Churches And Schools Not Open Next Week 1918
Henry T. Chickering Correspondence, 1918 1918
Henry Whitaker Correspondence, October 1 - 4, 1918 1918
Herbert M. Hughes Is Called By Death 1918
Here Are Exact Facts About The Influenza And Its Toll In City, State, Nation, World 1919
Here Are Rules For Fighting Flu Given By Oakland Health Officer 1918
Here Are Symptoms of Spanish Influenza 1918
Here Is Head Of L. A. Health Dept., Taken At His Desk 1918
Here Is Text of City Mask Ordinance; Violation Incurs Fine or Imprisonment 1918
Here's a Movie Show the Health Order Didn't Close 1918
Here's All The Facts On The Influenza Epidemic Here 1918
Here's Doug's Liberty Joy Dance 1918
Here's Germ That Causes It All 1918
Here's How To Curb Ravages Of Influenza 1918
Here's How to Make Masks; Foil Germs 1918
Here's Once Kissing Didn't Start Trouble 1919
Here's The Anti-Flu Mask You Are Advised To Wear 1918
Hermosa Schools Close 1918
Heroes Of Science 1918
Heroic In "Flu" Fight 1918
Heroic Nurse Dies 1918
Hertz to Resume Rehearsals When Embargo Is Ended 1918
Hey Kids, Schools Open Tomorrow 1918
High Football Practice Resumes Today 1918
High Mark In Deaths From Grip 1919
High Mark Reached In Influenza 1919
High Praise For Staggered Plan 1918
High Pressure System Problem Still Unsolved 1918
High School Cadets To Continue Drills 1918
High School Contests Will Be Played Today 1918
High School Elevens to Be Given Privilege of Resuming Grid Practice 1918
High School Games Off But U. B. Will Tackle Navy Team 1918
High School Reopens Its Doors This Morning 1918
High School Students! Here Are Your Lessons For This Week! 1918
High School Students! Here Are Your Lessons For This Week! 1918
High School Students! Here Are Your Lessons For This Week! 1918
High School Students! Here Are Your Lessons For This Week! 1918
High School Tilts Puts Off A Week 1918
High School To Close For One Week To Help Complete Quarantine 1919
High School's Opening Is Tomorrow 1918
High Schools Are Planning To Open Season Saturday 1918
High Schools Resume; Enrolments Increased 1919
High Schools To Graduate 272 In Portland Friday 1919
High Schools to Resume Schedule in Near Future 1918
High Schools Will Open Next Thursday Morning 1918
High Wind Tears Through Orleans, Aiding Influenza 1918
Higher Death Rate 1918
Higher Death Rate In 1918 1919
Higher Death Rate Is Shown For Week 1918
Highest Death Rate At Camp Sherman 1918
Hill Football Hit Hard; Post Under Quarantine 1918
Hints For Relief Of Epidemic Cases 1918
Hints to halt the "flu" 1918
Hiram Schumacher Correspondence 1918
Hirshberg Men Get Good Orders in Spite of 'Flu' 1918
His Toll 1918
History Of Detroit Chapter, American Red Cross, Detroit, Michigan to June 31, 1919. With Short Sketch of Michigan Branch Prior to Formation of Detroit Chapter [1918]
History of Public Health Nursing in Chicago, 1883 - 1920 1947
History of Recent Epidemic of Influenza 1918
A History of the Boston Metropolitan Chapter of the American Red Cross 1919
History of the Sanitary Department [1918]
A History of the Utah Public Health Association, 1918 - 1968 1968
History Spokane Chapter American Red Cross by Marguerite Serruys, Chapter Historian [1918]
History, Symptoms And Treatment Of Spanish Influenza 1918
Hit Blow At Santa Claus 1918
Hit Influenza Germ on Head by Spraying Nose and Throat Thoroughly 1918
"Hit Influenza When It Comes" 1918
Hogs Held Immune To Influenza Germ 1919
Hold Confiscation Of Liquor Proper 1918
Hold Of Epidemic Tightened 1918
Hold Open Air Mass 1918
Hold Quarantine To See Results Serum May Give 1918
Hold Services Against Ban: Arrested By Police 1918
Hold Up $22,000 In Health Bills 1919
Holds Influenza Is At Its Crest 1918
Holiday Flurry In Influenza Reports 1918
Holmes Will Case Is Submitted To Court 1918
Holy Cross Is Placed Under Quarantine 1918
Home Care Of Sick In Epidemic Urged 1918
Home Care Urged For Grippe Victims 1918
Home Demonstration Classes Called Off Due To Plague Ban 1918
Home For Flu Orphans 1919
Home Guards Called To Prevent Crowding In Street Or Store 1918
Home Life for Childhood: Annual Report, 1918 1918
Home Mask Making Urged 1918
Home Methods Urged To Fight Epidemic 1918
Home Nurses Big Help In Epidemic 1918
Home Nursing Care In Influenza (Minnesota Department of Health) [1918]
Home Nursing Course Opened 1918
Home Project Work In Church Schools Is Being Considered 1918
Home Service Work Has Been Increased 1918
Homes Affected By Plague Visited 1919
Homes For Grip Orphans Asked 1918
Homicides At High Record For A Week 1918
Honey and the Flu 1918
Hope Epidemic Has Reached Height Here 1918
Hope For Grid Game Now Dead 1918
Hope In Cold Wave 1918
Hope Influenza Has Been Checked 1918
Hope Influenza Has Done Worst 1918
Hope To Lift Influenza Ban In L. A. Wednesday 1918
Hope To Play Sunday 1918
Hope To Prevent New "Flu" Outbreak 1918
Hope To Stamp Out 'Flu' In Few Days 1918
Hopeful Outlook In Matter of Epidemic 1918
Hopeful Sign In Epidemic 1918
Hopeful View of Grippe Situation 1918
Hornady Outlines Precautions For Combatting "Flu" 1918
Horse Race Fraud Coming To Trial After "Flu" Delay 1919
Horses Also Have A Form Of "Flu" 1918
The Hospital 1919
The Hospital 1919
Hospital And Physicians Reports Give Further Proof Of Reduction In Epidemic 1918
Hospital Building Information 1918
Hospital Cases Of Flu Show Big Decrease Daily 1918
Hospital Discharges Last Flu Patient 1918
Hospital Discharges Thirty More Patients 1918
Hospital Employees To Be Required To Wear Masks 1918
Hospital Full, Police Worried 1918
Hospital Head Is Stricken Down 1918
Hospital Here For Pneumonia Cases 1918
Hospital Is Closed By Mild Influenza; University Opening May Be Postponed 1918
Hospital Is Planned As Health Safeguard 1918
Hospital Masks First In Red Cross Labors 1918
Hospital Plan To Relieve Sickness 1918
Hospital Quarantined 1918
Hospital Ready For Grippe Patients 1918
Hospital's Side Given 1918
Hospital Track Put on Fore River Private Tracks 1918
Hospital Will Close Tomorrow 1918
Hospital, With 15 Nurses Ill, Is Closed To Epidemic Cases 1918
Hospitals Able To Handle All Influenza Cases 1918
Hospitals Are Jammed As Denver Fights 'Flu' 1918
Hospitals block care of "influ" cases 1918
Hospitals Closed To All Visitors 1918
Hospitals for "flu" patients planned 1918
Hospitals Full; Patients Wait 1918
Hospitals Given Supply Of Whiskey 1918
Hospitals Have Only Few Flu Cases Left 1918
Hospitals Here Caring For 168 Influenza Cases 1918
Hospitals In Open Air To Fight Epidemic 1918
Hospitals May Get Condemned Liquor 1918
Hospitals Quarantined To Bar Influenza Spread 1918
Hospitals Report Disease Near End 1918
Hospitals Told To Be Ready At Once 1918
Hospitals too few 1918
Hospitals Unable To Admit All Grip Cases 1918
Hostess May Be Appointed 1918
Hotels Hard Hit By Flu 1918
Hours Changed For Retail Stores 1918
House Is Warned Of Incoming Workers 1918
House To House Grippe Epidemic Canvass 1918
House-To-House Canvass For Women Nurses 1918
House Votes To Give Aid In Fight On Influenza 1918
Housefly Carrier Of Spanish Flu 1918
Householders, Workers and Nurses Told How to Check Influenza 1918
Houses Can Now Be Quarantined 1918
Housewives Will Be Taught How To Care For The Sick 1918
"How Dry I Am" To Be Tune in Boston 1918
How Influenza Acts 1918
How Red Cross Aids in Fight Against Epidemic 1918
How Red Cross Gave Aid In "Flu", Epidemic 1918
How Shall We Face The Crisis? 1918
How Teachers May Note Presence Of Maladies 1918
How The Theaters Lifted The Flu Lid 1918
How They Look In Their Influenza Masks 1918
How to Avoid Catching 'Flu,' What to Do If You Get It, Told Here 1918
How To Avoid Catching Grippe 1918
How to Avoid Grip 1918
How to Avoid Grip 1918
How To Avoid Influenza 1918
How To Avoid Influenza 1918
How To Avoid Influenza 1918
How to Avoid Spanish Influenza Is Told by Surgeon General Blue 1918
How to Avoid Spanish Influenza; First Symptoms; First Treatment 1918
How to Avoid the "Flu" 1918
How To Avoid The Flu 1919
How To Avoid The Grip 1918
How To Check Spanish Influenza 1918
How To Combat Influenza 1918
How To Deal With Spanish Influenza 1918
How To Dodge "Flu" 1918
How to Fight Against Influenza 1918
How to Fight Against Influenza 1918
How To Fight Flu 1918
'How to Fight Flu.' By Woods Hutchinson 1918
How To Fight The "Flue" 1918
How To Get Rid Of Influenza 1918
How To Handle The Flu 1918
How To Keep From Getting 'Flu' What Care to Take If You Have It 1918
How To Keep From Getting Influenza 1918
How To Keep From Getting Influenza 1918
How To Keep From Getting Influenza 1918
How To Keep From Getting Influenza/ What To Do If You Have Influenza 1918
How to Keep from Getting Influenza/ What to Do if You Have Influenza 1918
How to Lessen Winter Toll of Contagious Diseases 1918
How To Make "Flu" Work For Liberty Loan 1918
How To Make Influenza Face Mask 1918
How to Make Mask to Balk "Flu" Germs 1918
How To Make Your Own Mask 1918
How to nurse "flu" victims 1918
How To Prevent "Flu" 1918
How To Prevent "Flu," Told By Health "Boss" 1918
How To Prevent Epidemic 1918
How to Prevent Grippe 1918
How To Prevent Influenza's Spread Is Topic Discussed 1918
How to Prevent Sickness 1918
How to Save Babies From Influenza 1918
How To Strengthen Our Personal Defence Against Spanish Influenza [1918]
How to Tell Influenza From a Cold 1918
How To Ward Off Spanish Influenza 1918
How To Wear Mask And Beat Influenza 1918
How "Y" Huts Aid Boys "Over There" 1918
How You Can Avoid Spanish Plague 1918
How YOU Can Help Fight Flu 1918
How You Feel When You Have the Flu 1919
Hudson Valley Zone, October 20, 1918 To October 26, 1918 1918
Humphreys To Check Spread Of Influenza 1918
Hunches On Flu By Waggoner 1918
Hundred Ill Of Influenza In Milwaukee 1918
Hundred In Toils For Not Having Mask 1918
Hundred Sixty New Flu Cases 1918
Hundreds Ill In Albany With Grip 1918
Hunt For Head Of Flu Torn Family 1918
Huntington, W. Va 1918
Hurry Call For Doctors To Fight "Flu" Epidemic 1919
Hurry Call Is Issued For Influenza Masks 1919
Hurty Urges Drastic Steps to Curb "Flu" in Indiana 1918
Husband and Wife Victims of Flu 1918
Hyde Park Conference on Grippe 1918
Hydroplanes To Race Saturday 1918
Hygienic Measures Aid Influenza Fight 1919

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