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L. A. 'Flu' Ban Removal Up For Action Tomorrow 1918
L. A. Acts to Keep Out Influenza Plan To Bar Epidemic Favored 1918
L. A. Beats Flu; City Close to Normal 1919
L. A. Flu Cases Drop 876 In Week 1918
L. A. Health Normal, Officials Declare 1919
L. A. Unites In Final Drive On Malady 1918
L. D. S. U. Continues Study Work by Mail 1918
L. D. S. U. Notes 1919
L. D. S. U. Will Reopen Next Monday 1919
L. D. S. University Will Lift 'Flu' Ban 1919
"L" December Loss Is Cut to $149,903 1919
Labor Board Will Meet 1918
Labor Convention Opens 1918
Labor Leader Objects To Power Wielded By Health Board 1918
Labor Loan Workers Set Out Circulars 1918
Labor Offers Anderson Support In Flu Fight 1918
Labor Union Meetings Are To Be Resumed 1918
Lack Of Nurses Serious 1918
Lack Substitutes In City Schools 1918
Lacking Red Cards, They Are Nervous 1918
Lake Boat Brings Influenza Victims 1918
Lake Camp Free From Disease 1918
Lamar and Rankin Force All Escape Attack by 'Flu' 1918
Landlords And Influenza 1918
Landlords Of Cold Houses Face Arrest 1918
Landlords Without Authority to Oust Tenants with "Flu" 1918
Large Classes Suspended At University By Dr. Day 1918
Large Increase In Influenza Deaths 1919
Large Increase In New Cases 1918
Large Increase Of Flu Reported 1918
Large Woman Dies of Flu 1918
Larger Base Hospital Planned For Camp Lee 1918
Larkin Says City Is Clean 1918
Last 24 Hours See No "Flu" Deaths Reported 1919
Last Of Flu Ban Is Lifted By Mayor 1918
Late Influenza Cases Are Reported Mild 1918
Late Reports Helped Make Grippe Epidemic Serious 1918
Latest News From South Of Tehachepi's Top - Big Problem Beach Harbor 1918
Latest News From South Of Tehachepi's Top - Commission Ousts Black 1918
Latest News From South Of Tehachepi's Top - Quarantine To Be More Rigid 1918
Latest News From South Of Tehachepi's Top - Rodman Plays No Favorites 1919
Latest News From South Of Tehachepi's Top - Venice Lifts Quarantine 1918
The latest official report 1918
Latest Reports Give New Hope In Flu Situation 1918
Laud Simon's Plan 1918
Laundrymen Hear Advice On Influenza Treatment 1918
Laurel Lifts "Flu" Ban 1918
Law In Force Till Passing Of Influenza 1918
Laws for Betterment Of Public Health Urged 1919
Laws Passed For Better Health 1918
Leaders To Confer On Flu Masks For City 1918
Learns Influenza Postpones Meeting 1918
Lectures Postponed 1918
Legislation Gossip Gives Way To 'Flu' 1919
Legislature May Yet Flee The Flu 1919
Lemon Sucking Now Hailed By Science As Influenza Cure 1918
Lend Your Motor To The District Nurses For Day 1918
Lengthen School Term Three Weeks 1919
Less Alarming Flu Situation Is Reported 1918
Less Flu Cases Reported Today 1919
Less "Flu" At Auto School 1918
Less "Flu" At Easton 1918
Less Influenza Among Soldiers 1918
Less Influenza At Mines 1918
Less Influenza In Camps 1918
Less Influenza In Charleston 1918
Less Influenza In City 1918
Less Influenza In City, Reports To Bureau Show 1918
Less Influenza Than For Weeks 1918
Less Influenza Than Week Ago 1918
Less Influenza, Keep Ban On 1918
Less Influenza, States Holland 1918
Less New Influenza Cases And Deaths Are Reported 1918
Less New Influenza Cases And Deaths Are Reported 1918
Less Than 1,000 Votes Cast Here 1918
Less Than 100 Influenza Cases For Past Two Days 1918
Less Than 200 Ill With 'Flu' In L. A. 1919
Less Than Fifty New Flu Cases 1918
Lessening Of Epidemic Indicated In Reports 1919
The Lesson Spanish "Flu" Has Given Denver 1918
Lessons From An Epidemic 1919
Lessons From The "Flu" 1919
Lessons of Churchless Sabbath 1918
Let Recoveries Too Be Reported 1918
Let's Not Lose Our Grip 1918
Let Youngsters Pick Cotton While Eluding the Spanish "Flu" 1918
Letter, addressed to Blue, mailed from Baltimore Customs House 1918
Letter, addressed to Chairman of the Influenza Committee, or Chairman of the Chapter, of Red Cross Chapters, from: Stockton Raymond 1918
Letter, addressed to Chapter Committees on Spanish Influenza [1918]
Letter, addressed to Dr. J. R. Thompson, Merrill, Iowa 1918
Letter addressed to F. F. Russell, September 27, 1918 1918
Letter, addressed to F. H. Schott 1919
Letter addressed to O. R. West, November 29, 1918 1918
Letter, addressed to Roy E. Cubbage, from Rupert Blue 1918
Letter, addressed to Roy E. Cubbage, from Surgeon General Blue 1918
Letter, addressed to Rupert Blue, from Surgeon in Temporary Charge at Baltimore Quarantine station 1918
Letter, addressed to W. C. Braisted, from chairman of Influenza Committee, with enclosed telegram 1918
Letter, addressed to: Chief of Naval Operations, Washington 1918
Letter, addressed to: W. Frank Persons 1918
Letter, from Henry S. Drinker, Jr., Director Philadelphia Division, Four Minute Men 1918
Letter from R.I. Rees, Brig. General to: Commanding Officers SATC, 12/2/18 re: demobilization day 1918
Letter from Ramona Wilcox Cannon to her husband 1918
Letter, from Rupert Blue, to Tuttle, in response to a telegram from Tuttle 1918
Letter from Rupert Blue, to Witte, in response to telegram from Witte 1918
Letter, from: A. Emerson Palmer, Secretary, Board of Education, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, October 26, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Admiral Fullam, to: Admiral Fullam, October 23, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Admiral W. C. Braisted, to: Bureau of Navigation, December 21, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Admiral W.F. Fullam, to: Admiral Braisted, October 12, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Admiral W.F. Fullam, to: Admiral Braisted, October 30, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Charles Fiske, to: Admiral W.C. Braisted, January 11, 1919 1919
Letter from: Charles Lynch, to: Colonel Richard Slee, May 26, 1920 1920
Letter, from: Charles Norris, Chief Medical Examiner, to: Charles L. Craig, Comptroller, October 17, 1918 1918
Letter from: Colonel Charles Lynch, to: Colonel Richard Slee, May 13, 1920 1920
Letter, from: Commandant, Mare Island, to: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, September 27, 1918 1918
Letter, from: D. C. Howard, to: Honorable George Holden Tinkham 1918
Letter, from: Dr. George Rothganger, to: Admiral Braisted, November 9, 1918 (with two enclosed letters from Barendt (President, San Francisco Board of Health), dated November 1, 1918 and November 7, 1918, respectively) 1918
Letter, from: Dr. T.D. Tuttle, to: Surgeon General Blue, January 22, 1919, with enclosed newspaper clipping 1919
Letter, from: Dr. Woods Hutchinson, to: Dr. Merritte Ireland, November 10, 1918 1918
Letter, from: F.F. Russell, to: Dr. Woods Hutchinson, November 16, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Finance Committee, re: appropriation of $5,900 for influenza treatment [1918]
Letter, From: Florence Virginia Doud 1918
Letter, from: George Holden Tinkham, to: William C. Gorgas (with enclosed telegram from Eugene Kelley) 1918
Letter, from: George Rothganger, 12th Naval District, San Francisco, to: Admiral W.C. Braisted, October 11, 1918 1918
Letter, from: George W. Lane, to: Surgeon General, U. S. Navy, January 22, 1919 1919
Letter, from: Health and Sanitation Committee, re: Councilman Olsen's "clean-up day" 1918
Letter, from: Hon. J. E. Sanchez, to: Hon. Julius Gunter, November 10, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J. S. Bestar, Secretary to Royal S. Copeland, MD, Health Commissioner, to: Frances W. Rokus, Executive Secretary to Mayor John F. Hylan, November 1, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J. S. Bestar, Secretary to Royal S. Copeland, MD, Health Commissioner, to: Frances W. Rokus, Executive Secretary to Mayor John F. Hylan, November 2, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J. S. Bestar, Secretary to Royal S. Copeland, MD, Health Commissioner, to: Grover A. Whalen, Secretary to Mayor John F. Hylan, October 25, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, November 12, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, November 15, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, November 20, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, November 4, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, October 18, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, October 18, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, October 22, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, October 23, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, October 25, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, October 26, 1918 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, October 27, 1918 (with enclosed letter addressed to C.H. Gardener, U.S. Public Health Service) 1918
Letter, from: J.W. Tappan, to: Surgeon General Blue, October 30, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Joseph Haag, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, September 24, 1918 1918
Letter, from: L.M. Koehler, to: Committee on Education and Special Training, November 10, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Mayor John F. Hylan, to: Royal S. Copeland, MD, October 10, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Mayor John F. Hylan, to: Royal S. Copeland, MD, October 14, 1918, with attached note from Mayor Hylan's Executive Secretary Frances W. Rokus regarding nursing shortage in Pottsville, Pennsylvania 1918
Letter, from: Mayor John F. Hylan, to: Royal S. Copeland, MD, October 19, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Mayor John F. Hylan, to: Royal S. Copeland, MD, October 21, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Mayor John F. Hylan, to: Royal S. Copeland, MD, October 22, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Mayor John F. Hylan, to: Royal S. Copeland, MD, October 24, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Mayor John F. Hylan, to: Royal S. Copeland, MD, October 29, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Mayor John F. Hylan, to: Royal S. Copeland, MD, September 26, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Mrs. Robert E. Morriss, to: Justice Walter I. McCoy, October 10th, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Mrs. Robert E. Morriss, to: Justice Walter I. McCoy, October 26th, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Public Health Service, to: G.M. Corput, January 11, 1919 1919
Letter, from: R. J. Caldwell, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, October 7, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Rear Admiral McCormick, Mare Island Navy Yard, to: U.S. Navy Surgeon General Braisted, May 13, 1920 1920
Letter, from: Rear Admiral McCormick, Mare Island Navy Yard, to: U.S. Navy Surgeon General Braisted, May 24, 1920 1920
Letter, from: Receivingship San Francisco, to: Secretary of the Navy, Washington, November 15, 1918 1918
Letter from: Richard Slee, to: Colonel Charles Lynch, Surgeon General's Office, May 18, 1920 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Calvin D. Van Name, President of the Borough of Richmond, November 4, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Grover Whalen, Secretary to Mayor John F. Hylan, October 12, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Grover Whalen, Secretary to Mayor John F. Hylan, October 28, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, October 10, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, October 18, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, October 2, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, October 24, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, October 29, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, September 20, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, September 25, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: Mayor John F. Hylan, September 27, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: National Association of the Motion Picture Industry, December 17, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, MD, to: New York City physicians, October 9, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, to: Frances W. Rokus, Executive Secretary to Mayor John F. Hylan, October 7, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Royal S. Copeland, to: Miss Frances W. Rokus, Executive Secretary to Mayor John F. Hylan, October 4, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Secretary to the Governor, to: Hon. J. E. Sanchez, November 10, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Senior Surgeon L.L. Williams, to: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery via Commandant of Mare Island Navy Yard, September 25, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Simon Flexner, to: William Braisted, December 15, 1919 1919
Letter, from: Simon Flexner, to: William Braisted, December 18, 1919 1919
Letter, from: State Board of Health, to: Hon. Julius C. Gunter, November 6, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Stimpson, Assistant Surgeon General, to: Watkin Ree, January 6, 1919 1919
Letter, from: Stockton Raymond 1918
Letter, from: Surgeon General Blue, "Authorized assume charge...," December 13, 1918 1918
Letter, from: Surgeon General Blue, to: Carter Glass, Secretary of the Treasury, "Replying to your letter of March 11th," April 2, 1919 1919
Letter, from: Surgeon General Blue, to: Carter Glass, Secretary of the Treasury, "With reference to a letter from the Secretary of Commerce," April 1, 1919 1919
Letter, from: Surgeon General Blue, to: Mr. Knapp, February 1, 1919 1919
Letter, from: Surgeon General Blue, to: Sam Rogers, April 26, 1919 1919
Letter, from: Surgeon General Blue, to: T.D. Tuttle, February 3, 1919 1919
Letter, from: Surgeon General, U. S. Navy, to: George W. Lane, January 28, 1919 1919
Letter, from: U.S. Navy Surgeon General Braisted, to: Rear Admiral McCormick, Mare Island Navy Yard, June 8, 1920 1920
Letter, from: W. C. Braisted, to: Martin D. Foster, October 28, 1918 1918
Letter from: W.S. MacLaren (contract Surgeon SATC) to Acting Surgeon General, October 22, 1918 re: Local Facilities for caring for sick students 1918
Letter, from: Watkin Ree, to: Surgeon General Blue, January 6, 1919 1919
Letter, from: William Braisted, to: Simon Flexner, December 17, 1919 1919
Letter, from: William Braisted, to: Simon Flexner, December 19, 1919 1919
Letter, from: William C. Redfield, March 11, 1919 1919
Letter from: William J. Mayo, to: Colonel F. B. Lund, Allentown, PA, November 9, 1918 1918
Letter, Re: Measures for the control of influenza in the District of Columbia 1918
Letter, "Replying to your request for information regarding our influenza epidemic," March 13, 1919 1919
Letter, "Service does not recommend quarantine against influenza," September 25, 1918 1918
Letter, "The Red Cross is fighting influenza tooth and nail." 1918
Letter, To "Several County Councils", From: S. J. Brandenburg 1918
Letter, To All Organizations, 152 1918
Letter, To All Organizations, 153 1918
Letter, to Chairman, War Council, American Red Cross 1918
Letter to Dr. Nicholl, Jr., with Present Status Of Knowledge In Regard To Epidemic Influenza 1918
Letter, to Hon. Josephus Daniels, from Woods Hutchinson 1918
Letter to Members 1918
Letter to Miss Armenia E. Young 1918
Letter to Mr. Walling, with attached correspondence, dated 10/11/18 1919
A: Letter To Person Organizing Hospital [1918]
Letter to Secretary of War "regarding doctors for the mining communities and especially in the region of Allentown, Pennsylvania," from United States Fuel Administrator 1918
Letter, To: F. W. Porterfield, From: Governor W. L. Harding 1918
Letter, to: "Medical Officer in Charge," U. S. Quarantine Station, Gallops Island, Boston, MA, from: Surgeon General Blue 1918
Letter, To: "My Dear Sisters" 1918
Letter, To: Advisory Committee on Building Construction, From: Royal S. Copeland 1918
Letter, to: Albert Emmons, from: Governor W. L. Harding 1918
Letter, to: Assistant Surgeon General W. G. Stimpson, from J. O. Cobb 1918
Letter, To: Barbara Bartlett, From: U. S. Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington 1918
Letter, to: Beatty, from: Surgeon General Blue 1919
Letter, To: Board of Education, Minneapolis, MN, From: Commissioner of Health 1918
Letter, To: Board of Supervisors, San Francisco, From: James Rolph, Jr., Mayor 1918
Letter, to: C. Hampson Jones, January 21, 1919 1919
Letter, To: Captain Morrison Shafroth, From: John F. Shafroth 1918
Letter, to: Chairman of the City Council, Los Angeles, from: Gerald O' Rourke 1918
Letter, To: Charles E. Smith, From: O. McDaniel 1918
Letter, To: Chas. H. Whitman, From: H. L. Rockwood 1918
Letter, to: City Council of the City of Los Angeles (citizens protesting the conversion of the Mt. Washington Hotel into an influenza hospital) [1918]
Letter, to: City Council of the City of Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council of the City of Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council of the City of Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council of the City of Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner, re: Communication 2198 from Dr. Jas. H. Shults 1918
Letter, to: City Council of the City of Los Angeles, from: Thomas Booker Reed 1918
Letter, to: City Council, from: Musicians Mutual Protective Association 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles from: City Attorney 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles from: Western Aseptic Furniture Co. 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Acting Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: affiliated entertainment unions 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: City Attorney 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: City Attorney 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Finance Committee 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Finance Committee 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Finance Committee 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Fred H. Solomon (Solomon's Penny Dance De Luxe) 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Health Commissioner Powers 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Health Committee 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: J. B. Brown Jr. 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: John R. Haynes 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner, with attached bill addressed to the Los Angeles Health Department, sent by Women's Club in San Pedro 1919
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Mayor 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Merchants and Manufacturers Association 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Mrs. S. E. [unreadable] 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: President, Church Federation of Los Angeles 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Secretary and Chief Examiner, Civil Service Commission of the City of Los Angeles 1918
Letter, to: City Council, Los Angeles, from: Theater Owners Association, Inc 1918
Letter, To: Commandant Harry George, From: Mayor James Rolph, Jr. 1918
Letter, To: Commanding General, Western Department, San Francisco, CA, From: Harris 1918
Letter, To: Commanding Officer, Vancouver Barracks, Washington, From: Military Police, Vancouver Barracks, Washington, re: enlisted men who broke quarantine and visited Portland, Oregon 1918
Letter, To: Commission of Public Safety, From: H. M. Bracken 1918
Letter, to: Currie, U. S. Quarantine Station, Gallops Island, Boston, MA, from: Public Health Service 1918
Letter, to: David E. Rouse, from: J. W. Schereschewsky 1919
Letter, to: Department of Civilian Relief, National Headquarters, American Red Cross, from: G. P. Wyckoff 1919
Letter, To: Dr. Arthur H. White, From: Mayor James Rolph, Jr. 1918
Letter, To: Dr. Clark, From: Jane A. Delano 1918
Letter, To: Dr. E. P. Lyon, From: H. M. Bracken 1918
Letter, to: Dr. E. R. Peterson, from: John H. McCandless 1923
Letter, To: Dr. G. H. Sumner, From: Governor W. L. Harding 1918
Letter, to: Dr. H. L. Rockwood, from: Theodore Miller 1919
Letter, To: Dr. Henry Suzzallo, regarding health conditions at the Student Army Training Corps Unit, University of Washington 1918
Letter, To: Dr. Henry Suzzallo, University of Washington, From: A. S. Elford, Chairman, Washington State Executive Committee 1918
Letter, To: Dr. Herman Biggs, From: Alfred F. Hess 1918
Letter, To: Dr. Herman Biggs, From: J. R. Phelps 1918
Letter, To: Dr. Herman M. Biggs, From: Charles-Edward Amory Winslow 1918
Letter, To: Dr. John W. Morey, Division Manager, American Red Cross, Mountain Division 1918
Letter, to: Dr. L. M. Powers, from: City Clerk, Los Angeles, California 1918
Letter, To: Dr. MacCallum, From: William H. Welch, MD 1918
Letter, To: Dr. Prudden, Rockefeller Institute (Same letter to Simon Flexner) 1918
Letter, To: Dr. Simon Flexner, From: Dr. Rufus Cole 1918
Letter, To: E. G. Anderson, From: James Rolph, Jr. 1918
Letter, To: E. M. Cassady, From: Governor W. L. Harding 1918
Letter, To: Editor, People's Safety Valve, From: John A. Britton 1918
Letter, To: Employees of Department of Health, City of New York, From: Royal S. Copeland 1919
Letter, to: F. W. Reynolds, Object: "To report the progress made by the Bureau of Public Health and Preventive Medicine" 1919
Letter, to: Finance Committee & City Council, Los Angeles from: Los Angeles Settlement House 1918
Letter, to: Fred H. Solomon, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: G. M. Corput, from: Perry, Public Health Service (in reply to a telegram) 1919
Letter, To: Gas Defense Division 1918
Letter, to: General Manager, American Red Cross, from: Secretary of the Navy 1918
Letter, To: George A. Ashley, From: James Rolph, Jr. 1918
Letter, To: George L. Baker (Mayor, Portland, Oregon), regarding the mandatory use of masks, with response 1919
Letter, To: George L. Baker, From: "Doc" 1919
Letter, To: George Luis Baker regarding influenza quarantine (with response) 1918
Letter, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: Dr. J. R. Thompson 1918
Letter, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: E. M. Cassady 1918
Letter, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: F. W. Porterfield 1918
Letter, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Assistant Secretary of the Navy) 1918
Letter, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: Guilford H. Sumner (with enclosed press clippings) 1918
Letter, to: Governor W. L. Harding, from: Guilford Sumner 1918
Letter, to: Governor W. L. Harding, from: Harry Lamoreux (with letter from Dr. Johnson, from November 2, 1918 enclosed) 1918
Letter, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: L. M. Young 1918
Letter, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: Rev. G. Giglinger 1918
Letter, To: Guilford H. Sumner, From: Dr. J. R. Thompson 1918
Letter, to: H. F. Smith, from: Surgeon General Blue 1919
Letter, To: H. W. Libby, From: H. M. Bracken 1918
Letter, To: H. Wittkopp, From: James Rolph, Jr. 1918
Letter, To: Harry Pratt Judson, President of the University of Chicago, From: Lawrence Litchfield, MD 1919
Letter, to: Health & Sanitation Committee, Fire Department, Police Department, Board of Public Works, and Health Commissioner, from: City Clerk, re: "Clean-up Day" resolution, with attached agenda 1918
Letter, to: Health Commissioner from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: Health Commissioner Powers and First Church of Christ, Scientist, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: Health Commissioner Powers, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: Health Commissioner Powers, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: Health Commissioner Powers, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, To: Henry A. Christian, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, From: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University 1918
Letter, To: Henry P. Davison, From: C. D. Stimson 1918
Letter, to: Henry White, from: W. A. Harris 1918
Letter, To: Hon. Goodrich, From: B. F. Bourne 1918
Letter, to: Hon. Josephus Daniels, from: [unnamed] Acting Vice-Chairman, Boston Chapter, American Red Cross 1918
Letter, To: J. A. Mahurin, From: James Rolph, Jr. 1918
Letter, to: J. B. Deacon, from: D. H. Holbrook, Re: Report on Influenza Preparedness 1919
Letter, to: J. Byron Deacon, from: Chairman, Preparedness Committee, Re: Preparedness 1919
Letter, to: J. Byron Deacon, from: Manager, Mountain Division, American Red Cross, Re: Influenza 1919
Letter, to: J. O. Cobb, from: W. G. Stimpson 1918
Letter, To: J. W. Bell, M.D., From: Board of Education, Minneapolis, MN 1918
Letter, To: J. W. Trask, From: Charles-Edward Amory Winslow 1918
Letter, to: James L. Fieser, from: Stockton Raymond 1918
Letter, to: James L. Fieser, from: Stockton Raymond 1919
Letter, To: James Rolph, Jr., Mayor, From: William C. Hassler 1918
Letter, To: James Rolph, Jr., Mayor, From: William C. Hassler and Arthur H. Barendt 1918
Letter, To: John B. Garrison, MD, From: Royal S. Copeland 1918
Letter, To: John Franklin Shafroth, From: Captain Morrison Shafroth 1918
Letter, To: Joseph A. Warren, From M. Nicholl 1918
Letter, To: Julius C. Gunter, From: Bureau of Conservation, American Red Cross Mountain Division 1918
Letter, To: Julius C. Gunter, From: Bureau of Conservation, American Red Cross Mountain Division 1918
Letter, To: Julius C. Gunter, From: Erlo E. Kennedy 1918
Letter, To: Julius C. Gunter, From: John W. Morey 1918
Letter, to: L. M. Powers, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: L. M. Powers, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: L. M. Powers, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: L. M. Powers, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: L. M. Powers, from: D. D. Brooks 1918
Letter, to: L. M. Powers, Health Commissioner, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, To: L. M. Young, From: Governor W. L. Harding 1918
Letter, To: Lewis Clark, From: Secretary to the Governor (W. L. Harding) 1918
Letter, to: M. G. Scheitlin, from: Fred E. Hamlin, with enclosed Gulf Division Bulletin of November 1, 1918 1918
Letter, to: M. G. Scheitlin, from: J. F. Doherty 1918
Letter, To: M. P. Goodner (Executive Secretary, Washington State Council of Defense) 1918
Letter, To: Margaret Ball, From: Esther Richards 1918
Letter, To: Marion M. Jackson, From: Royal S. Copeland 1918
Letter, To: Mary Parsons, From: an unnamed associate of Lillian Wald 1919
Letter, to: Matthias Nicoll, Jr., from: Acting Director, Civilian Relief 1918
Letter, To: Max G. Winkel 1919
Letter, To: Mayor George L. Baker, From: Walter Taylor Sumner, Bishop of Oregon 1918
Letter, To: Mayor James Rolph, Jr., From: Health Officer William Hassler, MD 1918
Letter, To: Mayor James Rolph, Jr., From: Joseph P. Walsh 1918
Letter, To: Mayors, Health Officers, and Local Boards of Health, Re: Spanish Influenza 1918
Letter, to: Miss Boardman, Re: Reports on Influenza Epidemic Relief Work 1919
Letter, To: Mr. Arthur J. Dodge, From: W. G. Evans 1918
Letter, to: Mr. Fieser, from: J. L. F. 1919
Letter, to: Mr. Wyckoff, from: J. Byron Deacon 1919
Letter, to: N. P. Olsen, from: City Clerk 1918
Letter, to: N. P. Olsen, from: Woods Hutchinson 1918
Letter, to: Percy H. Clark, from: George Filmer 1918
Letter, To: Peter G. Gerry, From: John Franklin Shafroth 1918
Letter, To: President and Board of Directors, Philadelphia Housing Association, From: Robert D. Dripps, Executive Secretary 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow 1920
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, From: Bertram Ball 1919
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, From: Chairman of the Committee, American Public Health Association 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, From: G. W. McCoy, Director of Treasury Department 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, From: John Howland (War Department) 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, From: Marian Scott 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, From: Mary Laird, R. N. 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, From: Surgeon General Blue 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, From: The Training Camp For Nurses At Vassar College 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University Medical School 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: B. R. Rickards, Assistant to Deputy Commissioner 1919
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: Chairman of Committee on Statistical Study of the Influenza Epidemic 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: Dr. Nicholl 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: Dr. Nicholl, New York State Department of Health 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: Henry A. Christian, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: Matthias Nicoll, Jr., Deputy Commissioner of Health 1919
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: New York State Department of Health 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: Victor G. Heiser, International Health Board 1918
Letter, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University, From: Victor Heiser, International Health Board 1918
Letter, To: Professor H. B. Mills, From: Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Yale University Medical School 1918
Letter, to: Rev. W. A. Scullen, from: Rev. William D. Hickey [1918]
Letter, To: Reverend Father G. Giglinger, From: ? 1918
Letter, To: Roy E. Mattoon 1918
Letter, To: Royal S. Copeland, From: John B. Garrison, MD 1918
Letter, To: Royal S. Copeland, From: William H. Dieffenbach, MD 1918
Letter, To: Sergeant Armstrong, From: Beatrice Williams 1918
Letter, To: Sergeant Armstrong, From: Earlee (?) A. Griffin 1918
Letter, To: Sergeant Armstrong, From: Elnora Landes 1918
Letter, To: Sergeant Armstrong, From: Margarette Martin 1918
Letter, To: Sergeant Armstrong, From: Velma Pearl Pritchett 1918
Letter, to: Sister Amadeus, St. John's Hospital, from: Mayor Harry L. Davis 1918
Letter, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: C. Hampson Jones, December 28, 1918 1918
Letter, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: F. W. Reynolds 1919
Letter, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: W. H. Frost [1918]
Letter, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: [unreadable] P. A. Surgeon, U. S. P. H. S. 1919
Letter, to: Surgeon General, from: J.A. Nydegger, October 11, 1918 1918
Letter, to: T. B. Beatty, from: Surgeon General Blue 1919
Letter, To: T. W. Monell, From: John Franklin Shafroth 1918
Letter, To: The Health Committee, From: The Public Health Committee, Board of Education, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1919
Letter, To: The Honorable W. F. R. Mills, Mayor, and The Denver Civic and Commercial Association, From: The Denver Tramway Company 1918
Letter, To: Thomas B. Smith [1918]
Letter, To: Thomas B. Smith, From: Secretary 1918
Letter, To: Tracy Gray Cassidy, From: Clara 1918
Letter, To: United War Work Campaign Supporters, From: United War Work Campaign 1918
Letter, To: Victor G. Heiser, From: Charles-Edward Amory Winslow 1918
Letter, To: W. Frank Persons 1918
Letter, To: W. Frank Persons 1918
Letter, to: W. K. Draper, from: Mrs. Frank V. Hammar (?) (Chairman, St. Louis Chapter, American Red Cross) 1918
Letter, To: W. T. Orcutt, From: H. M. Bracken 1918
Letter, To: Walter Krusen From: Charles-Edward Amory Winslow 1918
Letter, To: Walter Spencer Robertson, From: Elizabeth Rebecca (Robertson) Johnson 1918
Letter, To: Wickliffe Rose, From: Charles-Edward Amory Winslow 1918
Letter, To: William Osler, From: William Halsted 1918
Letter, to: Willoughby Walling, from: J. Byron Deacon 1919
Letter, To: Y. G. Waters, From: Lillian Wald 1920
Letters to Max G. Winkel, May - December, 1918 1918
Letters, To: Tracy Gray Cassidy (October 1918) 1918
Letters, To: William Perrin Nicolson, From: Carolyn Crane Nicolson 1918
Levy May Undertake Flannagan's Duties 1919
Liberty Day Patriotic Demonstration Given Up To Guard Against Influenza 1918
Liberty Day Programs Affected by Influenza 1918
Liberty Fair Heads Officially Decide to Hold Exposition 1918
Liberty Fair Is Certainty 1918
Liberty Loan Must Be Subscribed In Spite of Influenza Epidemic 1918
Liberty Playhouse Plans Big Show For Post "Flu" Reopening 1918
Libraries To Open Here On Monday 1918
Library Closed to Books 1918
Library Will Not Open Monday 1918
Lid Is Clamped Tight In Final Smash At 'Flu' 1918
Lid Is Tightened Against The Flu 1918
Lid Off At Minneapolis 1918
Lid Off; Theaters Will Open Friday, Schools Monday 1918
Lid On Dance Halls 1918
Lid On Sports Off Saturday 1918
Lid On Tomorrow; Include Schools 1918
Lid Order Affecting Whole City 1918
Lid Tilted At Camp Sherman 1918
Lid To Be Clamped Tightly On Entire City To Fight 'Flu' 1918
Lieut. Bradley Dies Of Influenza 1918
Lieut. J. F. Edwards Influenza Victim 1918
Lieutenant's Wife, Volunteer Nurse At Training Camp, Dies Of Influenza 1918
Life Companies Hard Hit 1919
Life Insurance Boosted By Flu 1918
Life Insurance Company Holds Annual Meeting 1919
Lift Ban On Dancing Some Time This Week 1919
Lift Ban On Theaters 1918
Lift Ban Over Protest 1919
Lift Ban Under Protest 1918
Lift Flu Ban Gradually Is Toledo Plan 1918
Lift Flu Ban Next Monday, Is Plan Of Council 1918
Lift Flu Ban Nov. 10, Latest Outlook At State Capitol 1918
Lift Flu Ban On Monday 1918
Lift Flu Ban; Theaters Open Thursday Night 1918
Lift Flu Order Friday Night, Says Manning 1918
Lift Influenza Lid Here Today 1918
Lift Of "Flu" Ban Is Urged 1918
Lift Quarantine At Army Balloon School 1918
Lift quarantine at Great Lakes; move a surprise 1918
Lift Quarantine at Kings Park Hospital 1918
Lift Quarantine On Hospital Ward 1918
Lift Spokane Flu Ban At Midnight Tonight 1918
Lift State Ban In Kansas 1918
Lift The Influenza Ban 1918
Lift Theatre Ban To Newport Sailors 1918
The Lifted Ban 1918
The Lifted Ban 1918
Lifting Of 'Flu' Ban Now Is Postponed Indefinitely Here 1918
Lifting Of 'Flu' Ban To Be Probed 1918
Lifting Of Ban A Welcome Step 1918
Lifting Of Ban Is Now Assured 1919
Lifting Of Ban Is Still In Abeyance 1918
Lifting Of Ban Is To Be Slow 1918
Lifting Of Ban Left To Local Health Boards 1918
Lifting Of Ban Not In Sight 1918
Lifting of Epidemic Ban in State Expected 1918
Lifting of Flu Ban and Soldier Homecomings Stimulate Social Life 1918
Lifting of Flu Ban Brings Joy To Hearts of Real Estate Men 1918
Lifting Of Flu Ban Monday 1918
Lifting Of Flu Ban Up To The State 1918
Lifting Of Influenza Ban Is Approved by Citizens 1918
Lifting of Influenza Ban Is Promised for Today by Dr. Starkloff 1918
Lifting Of Influenza Ban May Come By This Friday 1918
Lifting The Ban 1918
Lifting the Lid 1918
Lifts Quarantine For One Minute on 100th Birthday of Veteran 1918
Light Precipitation Falls In Southland 1918
Likely To Oppose School Closing 1918
Lillian Wald Correspondence, 1918: New York City 1918
Lillian Wald Correspondence, 1918: Nurses Emergency Council 1918
Lillian Wald Correspondence, 1919: Nurses Emergency Council 1919
Lillian Wald Correspondence, 1919: Red Cross 1919
Lillian Wald Correspondence, January - June, 1919 1919
Lillian Wald Correspondence, July - December, 1918 1918
Lillian Wald Writings & Speeches, 1918 1918
Lillian Wald Writings & Speeches, 1919 1919
Lillian Wald Writings & Speeches, 1922 1922
Limit Expires At Midnight Tonight 1918
Limit Street Car Crowds 1918
A Limited Church Service Tomorrow 1918
Limited Quarantine Controls Services in Spokane Churches 1918
Limited Theater Opening Proposed 1918
Lincoln Man Dies After Illness With Influenza 1918
Lion Hotel Will House Patients With Influenza 1918
Lipovaccine Is Adopted By Army To Avert 'Flu' 1918
A Liquid Diet's in Order These Days 1918
Liquor To Be in Bottles When Sold in Saloons Says Health Board Buyers Not To Drink in Places Patronized 1918
Liquor Used On Order Of Court 1918
Liquor Will Be Apportioned 1918
List Nurses to Aid Fight on Influenza 1918
List Of Nurses At Various Hospitals 1918
Literary Meeting Minutes, Chicago Woman's Club, October 16, 1918 1918
'Little Billie' Has Flu 1918
Little Chance Of Great Lakes Game, Starkloff Thinks 1918
Little Change in Flu Figures Here 1919
Little Change In Health Situation 1918
Little Change in Influenza Status Reported Locally 1918
Little Change In Local Epidemic 1918
Little Change In Situation 1918
Little Change In The Flu Situation 1918
Little Change Noted In Health Situation 1918
Little Change Noted In Influenza Epidemic 1919
Little Girl Laid To Rest At Magnolia 1918
Little Habits by Which Children Endanger Their Lives 1918
Little Influenza Now Prevalent 1919
Little Let-Up In "Flu" 1918
A Little More 'Flu' and Football Will Go Up the Flue 1918
Little Sufferers Gentle Patients 1918
Lives Saved In Recent Epidemic 1919
Loan Center To Be Flu Hospital 1918
Loan Of 12 Autos Asked By Worcester Society For District Nursing That Nurses May Visit Influenza Patients 1918
Loan Your Car To Aid A Guild Nurse 1918
Loaned Cars Aid Fight Against Influenza 1918
Local and Navy Authorities Act to Combat Spread of Influenza 1918
Local Army Posts Guard Against Influenza 1918
Local Authorities Called To Aid War Against Influenza 1918
Local Boards Are To Decide 1918
Local Boards Marking Time Until Influenza Passes 1918
Local Camps Guard Against Influenza 1918
Local Chapter Gets Another Big Check From Red Cross Shop 1918
Local Committee To Combat Flu 1918
Local Death Rate 15.5; Influenza Wiped Out 1919
Local Death Rate Increases Again 1919
Local Deaths Near Normal 1918
Local Elevens To Open Season Today 1918
Local Flu Cases To Be Reported 1918
Local Flu Deaths Are On The Decline 1918
Local Flu Situation 1918
Local "Flu" Situation 1919
Local "Flu" Situation 1919
Local "Flu" Situation 1918
Local "Flu" Situation 1918
Local Gridiron Game Is Finally Defeated By Flu 1918
Local Health Boards Can Isolate Patients 1918
Local Health Regulations To Be Modernized 1918
Local Hospital Bed For Influenza Cases 1918
Local Influenza Situation 1918
Local Man Dies From Influenza 1918
Local Motorists Ready to Enroll 1918
Local Red Cross Has Hands Full 1918
Local Red Cross Rendering Aid 1918
Local Red Cross To Assist In Influenza Epidemic 1918
Local Red Cross Workers Praised 1918
Local Schools To Begin Schedule Friday 1919
Local Situation Is Decidely Better 1918
Local Theaters Emerge From "Flu" Ban In Brand-New Dress 1918
Local Volunteers Are Real Heroines 1918
Lonaconing Hard Hit 1918
Long Hours Come To Flu Nurses 1918
Longer School Day Necessary, Ruling Of Board 1918
Look for Drop Soon in Influenza Cases 1918
Look For Records, Despite Influenza 1918
Look out! "Flu" will lurk about four more years 1918
Looks Brighter at Camp Meade 1918
Loop In Tumult Of Joy At Report Germany Surrenders 1918
The Loop Seems Lonesome With the Theaters Closed 1918
Losing Its Grip on Camp Meade 1918
Loss To Theatres By Closing, $200,000 1918
Lost Time In Public Schools 1918
Lost Twenty-One In Three Weeks 1918
Louisville Is Not Under Quarantine 1918
Louisville Society of Medicine minutes, October 1918 - January 1919 1919
Lovers of Theater Happy When Houses Open Again Monday 1918
Low Death Rate from "Flu" Here 1918
Low Death Rate Is Maintained At The Cantonment 1918
Low Mark Made By Influenza Deaths 1918
Low Mark Made by New Flu Cases Reported 1918
Low Record For "Flu" Cases Made 1918
Lowell General Hospital Trustees Prepare To Care For Grippe Patients 1918
Lowell Guild Work In Epidemic Siege 1918
Lowell Has 169 New Cases Of Influenza 1918
Lowell Has 182 New Cases Of Influenza 1918
Lowell Municipal Council Votes $15,000 to Fight Spanish Influenza Epidemic 1918
Lowell Nurses Asked To Help In Boston 1918
Lowell's Cases From Influenza 1918
Lowell's Contagious Hospital Buildings About To Be Turned Over To City 1919
Lowell's Schools and Theatres Close Down 1918
Lowell Theatre Managers Want Ban On Epidemic Lifted 1918
Lowell Women Make Gas Masks 1918
Lower Death Rate 1919
Lower Death Rate Shows Flu Decline 1918
Lower Death Rate, Higher Case Totals 1918
Lowest Day Record For Flu Cases 1918
Lowest Record of Any Day This Month 1918
Loyal Teachers Give Good Service During Epidemic 1918
Luce, In Camp, Is Ill With Influenza 1918
Lucky Children, Out Of Danger After Hard Siege of the Grippe, Beg to be Allowed to Remain With Doctor and Nurses at Hospital 1918
Ludvig Hektoen Correspondence, October 1918 - July 1919 [1919]
Lutheran Mass Meet Off, Due To Epidemic 1918
Lutherans Postpone Synod 1918
Lynchburg Lifting Ban 1918
Lynchburg Physician Dead 1918
Lynchburg Stores Closed 1918
Lyon Would Close Schools 1918

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