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M'Bride Reports On City's Health 1919
M'Bride Urges Health Crusade 1918
M'Call Back To Fight Grip 1918
A Mad World 1918
Magazine Section 1918
Magazines Wanted For Closed Camps 1918
Magic Cure Man Trapped By Our Lady Policeman 1918
Maj. Crawfis Thanks Public 1918
Major Durant Urges Caution 1918
Major Jackson Winning in Fight on 'Flu' 1918
Make Move to Have Doctors Released 1918
Make New Record In "Flu" Cases 1918
Make Plans to Entertain Southwestern Medicos 1918
Makes Appeal for Aid in Fight Against "Flu" to State Health Board 1918
Makes Influenza Cases Reportable 1918
Makes U. S. Control Airtight 1918
Making Bad Liquor Good 1918
Making Chicago 'Fluless 1918
Making Up Lost Time In The Schools 1918
Maladay Disappearing At South Pasadena 1918
Malady Among Midshipmen 1918
Malady At Zenith 1918
Malady Benefits Theater 1918
Malady Cases Decrease 1918
Malady Continues On The Wane In Salt Lake 1918
Malady Cost $67,298.76 1918
Malady Germs Not Like Flies, Says Sharpley 1918
Malady Grows All Over U. S. 1918
Malady Hangs On 1918
Malady Held Down 1918
Malady Is Again Menacing 1918
Malady On Wane 1918
Malady Reaches America 1918
Malady Shows an Increase 1918
Malady Spends Its Course 1918
Malady Spreads In Eastern Camps 1918
Malady Stalks Among Children 1918
Malady Takes Heavy Toll 1918
Man Bourbons Against Bell 1918
Man Fined $25 as Quarantine Violator 1919
Man Sent to Jail for Spitting on Sidewalk 1918
Man Talks Court Out of 'Mask' Fine 1918
Managers Of Theaters Aid Authorities 1918
Manning Advises Use Of Influenza Masks 1918
Manning Advises Use Of Influenza Masks 1918
Manning Calls Off Meeting Of City Council 1918
Manning Chart Proves Wisdom Of Flu Closing 1918
Manning Fears Return Of "Flu" Epidemic Here 1919
Manning Issues New Spanish Flu Orders 1918
Manning Opposes "Flu" Hospital 1918
Manning Reports Flu Cases Diminishing and City Winning Fight 1918
Manning Says Car Windows Must Be Open 1918
Manning Says City is in No Great Danger of Return of Influenza 1918
Manning Says the "Flu" Epidemic Apparently Dead 1919
Manning Stops All Outdoor Gatherings 1918
Manning Turns Down Theater Men's Request 1918
Manual on War Diseases (How To Keep Well) 1918
Many Applications For "Flu" Whiskey Received By Police 1918
Many Are Giving To Diet Kitchen 1918
Many Articles Were Given By Red Cross 1918
Many Calls For Nurses Received 1918
Many Cases Of "Flu" At Industrial School 1918
Many Cases Of Influenza Have Been Reported More Than Once 1918
Many Children Are Sent Home 1919
Many Churches Cancel or Curtail Services for the Day 1918
Many Churches Shut Tomorrow By Influenza 1918
Many Churches to Resume Prayer Meetings Tonight Following Lifting of Ban 1918
Many College Games In Doubt 1918
Many Coming To Visit Sick 1918
Many Complain Of Flu Fees 1919
Many Deaths From Influenza 1918
Many Epidemics of Influenza Appear in U. S. Army Camps 1918
Many Events Cancelled To Check Grippe 1918
Many Fake Cures For "Flu" Offered 1918
Many Families Are Doubly Stricken 1918
Many Firemen Ill, Two Of Force Die 1918
Many Flu Cases 1919
Many Grip Cases Again Reported 1919
Many Have Helped The Diet Kitchen 1918
Many Homes Sad With Double Deaths 1918
Many Hungry As Flu Rages 1918
Many Influenza Cases at the Mercy Home 1918
Many Influenza Cases Reported; None Are Serious 1918
Many Jurors Are Ill 1918
Many Meetings Are Hurt By Health Bar 1918
Many Meetings Are Postponed 1918
Many Mishaps As Ban Lifts 1918
Many More Cases Of Influenza Reported 1918
Many Need Food For Thanksgiving 1918
Many Needy Made Happy 1918
Many New "Flu" Cases Are Among Children 1918
Many New Cases Of "Flu" 1918
Many New Cases Of Influenza In City 1918
Many New Cases Of Influenza Reported 1919
Many New Flu Cases 1918
Many Nurses Enroll Here For Service 1918
Many Nurses Have Done Noble Work 1918
Many Nurses Respond For Influenza Duty 1918
Many Of Colleges Forced To Cancel Football Contests 1918
Many Offer Aid to Child 'Flu' Sufferers 1919
Many Offering To Fight "Flu" 1918
Many Orphaned By Flu 1918
Many Pastors Are Stricken By Epidemic 1918
Many Patients Furnished Soup 1918
Many People Helping The Diet Kitchen 1918
Many Physicians Ill 1918
Many Physicians O. K. Serum in Combatting Influenza; Kahn Says Efficacy Not Established 1918
Many Responded to Journal Appeal 1918
Many School Children Sick 1918
Many Students Are Ill 1918
Many Suffering Through Lack Of Emergency Aids 1918
Many Teachers Ill With Influ 1919
Many Telephone Operators Sick With Influenza 1918
Many theories and hypotheses have been advanced 1918
Many To Aid In Flu; Many More Needed 1919
Many To Be Americans 1918
Many Towns Are Closed By Order Of Health Board 1918
Many Victims Reported, But Disease Ebbs 1918
Many weddings stopped by "flu" 1918
Many Will Enter Red Cross Home Service Institute 1918
Map Showing Decrease In Influenza Epidemic 1918
March 1, 1919 1919
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March, 1917 1917
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March, 1918 1918
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March 21, 1918 1918
March 27, 1919 1919
March 28, 1918 1918
March 6, 1919 1919
March 7, 1918 1918
Marchand Asks $30,000 For Schools And $20,000 to Clean Up All Contagious Hospital Bills 1919
Mare Island Now Target Of Influenza 1918
Margaret Taylor Dies Suddenly From Influenza 1918
Marine Officer Would Punish Flu Offenders 1918
Marine Surgeon Ready To Aid K. C. Fight Epidemic 1918
Marked Decline in Influenza Deaths: New Cases in Boston Drop from 323 to 270 1919
Marked Decline In Plague Cases Is Hopeful Sign 1918
Marked Decrease in Flu Epidemic 1918
Marked Decrease In Flu Epidemic 1918
Marked Decrease In Influenza Cases 1918
Marked Decrease In Lowell Cases 1918
Marked Decrease In New 'Flu' Cases 1919
Marked Decrease In Number Of "Flu" Cases 1918
Marked Decrease Influenza Cases 1918
Marked Decrease Is Shown In Influenza Cases Here 1918
Marked Decrease Of Influenza; 812 New Cases 1918
Marked Drop in Cases of Influenza 1918
Marked Drop In City's Death Rate 1918
Marked Drop in Epidemic Deaths 1918
Marked Drop in Epidemic Deaths 1918
Marked Drop In Flu Cases In 48 Hours 1919
Marked Drop In Flu Deaths 1919
Marked Drop In Grip Cases 1918
Marked Drop in Grippe Deaths: Reports of New Cases Show Material Falling Off 1919
Marked Drop In Influenza Cases 1919
Marked Drop in the Epidemic: New Influenza Cases 508 Less Than Previous Week 1919
Marked Falling Off in Influenza Cases 1918
Marked Gain Made In Battle Against Influenza Plague 1918
Marked Improvement in the "Flu" Situation 1918
Marked Improvement Seen In Influenza Situation; War Against Epidemic Is Successful 1918
Marked Increase In Number Of Flu Cases 1919
Marked Increase in Scarlet Fever 1919
Marked Jump Noted In Grip Epidemic Here 1918
Marked Reduction in Grippe Deaths 1919
Married In A Cemetery To Stop Epidemic Of Influenza 1919
Married Nurses Urged To Send In Questionnaires 1918
Marx Urges that City be Reopened 1918
Maryland Hospital Unit Reaches East Braintree 1918
Mask Decree Mostly Due To Hutchinson 1918
A Mask For November 5 1918
Mask Is Necessary in Berkeley; Alameda Gauze to Cross Bay 1918
"Mask," Is Plea From Mayor, Tells Basis For Precaution 1918
Mask Law for Oakland Enacted; Effective Jan. 22 1919
Mask Makers Wanted 1918
Mask No Bar To Smoking Sailor 1918
Mask Or Go To Jail, Now Is Rule Here 1918
Mask Order Cancelled But Quarantine Rules Are Made Stricter 1918
Mask Order Law; Arrests Are Ordered 1918
Mask Order Puts Draft Boards Out 1918
Mask Order Suspended 1919
Mask Order Will Remain In Effect 1918
Mask Ordinance Is Passed By Council 1919
Mask Precautions Advised For City 1918
Mask Regulations Go Into Operation 1918
Mask Rules 1918
Mask Ruling To Be Acted Upon Monday 1918
Mask's Utility Told By Doctor 1918
'Mask Slackers' Given Jail Sentences, Fines 1918
Mask To Stop Flu Epidemic In Oakland 1918
Mask Violators Argue; Are Fined 1918
Mask Wards Off Flu But Invites Remarks 1918
Mask Wearing Idea Not Favored Here 1919
Mask Wearing Increases Fast 1919
Mask Wearing Obligatory in S. F. Schools 1919
Mask-Wearing Order Goes As Epidemic Dies 1919
Mask Wearing Stops Flu, Says Hutchinson 1918
Mask Wearing To Be Forced Today 1918
Masked Against Influenza Spread 1918
Masked Elevator Girls Resigned to Fate 1918
The Masked Marvel 1918
Masked Marvels - Flu Garbed Council 1918
"Masked Marvels" Make A Big Hit In Coast Baseball Game 1919
Masked Men To Front Voters 1918
Masking Order Is To Be Rigidly Enforced 1918
Masking Out the Flu 1918
Masking Question Is Up To Board Of Health 1918
Maskless Arrested 1918
Maskless Folk Are Taught Lesson By Health Sleuths 1918
Masks Again Urged For L. A. Fight On 'Flu' 1919
Masks Are Put to Many Uses; Women Rather Enjoy Novelty 1918
Masks Checked Flu On Coast 1918
Masks For Camp Sherman 1918
Masks For Influenza Attendants Distributed 1918
Masks For Influenza Attendants Distributed 1918
Masks In Pasadena 1919
Masks May Come Again In Oakland 1919
Masks May Go By Thursday 1918
Masks Not Necessary At Church Services 1918
Masks Not Popular; Many People Ignore Health Board Rules 1918
Masks Ordered Off; Care Urged 1918
Masks Prevent 20,000 Cases 1918
Masks Prevent Disease 1918
Masks Reduce Flu By Fifty Per Cent 1918
Masks Required To Help Check Influenza Spread 1918
Masks Stop Transfer Of Germs, Says Doctor 1918
Masks Were Used In Overcoming Influenza At Mare Island 1918
Masks Will Be Put In Discard At Noon Today 1918
Masks Will Be Worn as Influenza Safeguards; New Rules Set Forth 1919
Masks Will Make Fairgrounds Look Like Great Harem 1918
Mass For Victims Of Epidemic 1918
Mass Meeting Is Called Off 1918
Mass Meeting Last Night Sustains Press Demands; City Council Took Action 1918
Mass On Campus 1918
Massachusetts Gaining In Fight Against The Influenza Epidemic 1918
Masschusetts' Ambulance Call 1918
Mastering The Epidemic 1918
May 1, 1919 1919
May 10, 1917 1917
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May 27, 1920 1920
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May 30, 1918 1918
May 31, 1917 1917
May 6, 1920 1920
May 8, 1919 1919
May abandon campaign 1918
May Ask Carmen to Lengthen Hours 1918
May Bar Public At Thanksgiving Game 1918
May Bar Santa Monica 1918
May Bar Some Pupils If Schools Reopen 1919
May Be School On Wednesday 1918
May Cancel Celebration 1918
May Clamp Flu Lid On St. Paul 1918
May Close Business Houses To Master Epidemic Of Flu 1918
May Close Classes At University 1918
May Close Movie Houses To Protect Public Health 1918
May Close On Kansas Side 1918
May Close Schools Again 1918
May Close Soft Drink Stands And Saloons 1918
May Close Teaching Center 1918
May Delay School Opening 1918
May Draft Schools For Flu Hospitals 1918
May Fix Real Opening Date 1918
May Flush Streets To Help Down "Flu" 1918
May Guard All Roads 1918
May Leave Ban On 20 Counties 1918
May Lift 'Flu' Ban Except in Case of Public Schools 1918
May Lift Ban From Churches By End Of The Coming Week 1918
May Lift Ban In Few Days 1918
May Lift Ban Later In Week 1918
May Lift Ban Thursday 1918
May Lift Camp Ban Sunday 1918
May Lift Closing Order On Monday 1918
May Lift Flu Ban At Meet Here Wednesday 1918
May Lift Flu Ban Monday 1918
May Lift Fly Ban This Week 1918
May Lift Influenza Quarantine Monday 1918
May Lift Order In 10 Days 1918
May Lift School Ban In One Week 1918
May Lift The Ban 1918
May Lift The Ban Monday 1918
May Lift The Closing Ban Next Saturday 1918
May Limit Car Loads To Stop Flu 1918
May Make Soda Fountains Dry 1918
May Not Lift L. A. 'Flu' Ban On Monday 1918
May Obtain Vaccine To Fight Epidemic Of Influenza In K. C. 1918
May Open Schools 1918
May Permit Church Meet 1918
May Propose Drastic Steps To Check "Flu" 1918
May Quarantine For 'Flu' 1918
May Quarantine Influenza Cases 1918
May Raise Flu Ban This Week 1918
May Remove 'Flu' Ban on Movie Houses in Atlanta 1918
May Reopen Institutions In Richmond Next Week 1918
May Reopen Schools Jan. 6 1918
May Reopen Schools Soon 1918
May Sell Bottled Good to Aid in Influenza Cure 1918
May Shorten Holidays In Schools Of Virginia 1918
May Shut Up City Tonight To Fight Influenza Peril 1918
May Soon Lift Closing Order 1918
May Soon Lift Influenza Ban 1918
May Soon Lift Quarantine 1918
May Soon Raise Influenza Ban 1918
May Stop Public Meetings During Influenza Scare 1918
May Tilt Church Ban In Ten Days 1918
May Use Autos Sunday In Case Of Emergency 1918
May Use Cars To Combat Spreading Of Influenza 1918
Mayo Vaccine Seems Success 1918
Mayor Acts To Halt Spread Of Flu 1918
Mayor and Hassler Disagree On Mask Order; Epidemic Law Left Up To Supervisors 1918
Mayor Asks Physicians To Make Quick Reports 1918
Mayor, Back Home, O. K.s Mask Orders 1918
Mayor Baker Asks Public To Comply 1918
Mayor Believed To Have Slight Attack Of 'Flu' 1918
Mayor Clamps Lid Down Tight; Buffalo Now In Quarantine 1918
Mayor Considers Influenza Status 1919
Mayor Endorses Board Of Health 1918
Mayor Enforces Car Mask Rule 1918
Mayor Expresses Appreciation of Influenza Workers' Labors 1918
Mayor For Federal Fight On Influenza 1919
Mayor For Lifting Of Flu Ruling 1918
Mayor Has Influenza, Home Is Quarantined 1918
Mayor Holmes May Suppress Public Spitting 1918
Mayor Holmes Orders Fires Lighted In Public Schools 1918
Mayor Hyde Cities Progress Of City 1918
Mayor Hyde Thanked The Police Force 1919
Mayor Is Ordered To Close Up City 1918
Mayor Issues Appeal To Fight Home Foe 1918
Mayor Issues Call For Clean Premises 1918
Mayor John F. Hylan's statement regarding John P. Davin, MD's letter calling for doctors who profiteered from the influenza epidemic to be punished, October 21, 1918 1918
Mayor Lifts "Flu" Ban; Disease Under Control 1918
Mayor May Have "Flu" 1919
Mayor Of Norwood Agrees To Co-operate 1918
Mayor Orders All Public Amusement Places To Close 1918
Mayor Orders Ban Lifted Next Sunday 1918
Mayor Orders Safety Measures 1918
Mayor Proclaims This "Clean-Up Day" 1918
Mayor Puts Lid on City Business to Save Lives 1918
Mayor Reassures St. Paul On Flu 1918
Mayor Receives Second "Shot" Of New Anti-Influenza Serum 1918
Mayor Refuses New Influenza Close-Up Order 1918
Mayor Rolph Takes Issue With Secretary State Board Of Health 1918
Mayor Rolph, lifted upon the shoulders of frenzied iron-workers 1918
Mayor's Annual Report, January 1919 1919
Mayor's Order Sweeping 1918
Mayor's Proclamation 1918
Mayor Takes Action To Battle Grip In Schools 1918
Mayor Thanks Teachers For Serving As Nurses 1918
Mayor To Confer On Grip Situation 1918
Mayor to Issue Daily Influenza Bulletins 1918
Mayor To Place Influenza Status Before Aldermen 1919
Mayor Urges Everyone to Wear Masks 1918
Mayor Voted Down in Effort to Take Off Influenza Ban 1918
Mayor Watt Ill 1918
Mayor Will Lift The Ban 1918
Mayor Will Urge Withdrawing Ban 1918
McBride Declares Rigid Rules Must Be Made to Curb Influenza Spread 1918
Meade Getting Rid of Disease 1918
Meade Invaded by Spanish Flu 1918
Meade Is Quarantined 1918
Meade Nearly Free of Flu 1918
Meade Quarantine Tightened Today 1918
Meade Rumors Scored 1918
Meade's Gates Now Wide Open 1918
Meals For Influenza Victims Are Important 1918
"Measles Week" Shows 482 Cases; Flu Decreases 1919
Measures Adopted by Mayor to Insure the Burial of Flu Victims 1918
Measures Against Influenza Produce Beneficial Results 1918
Measures Taken To Again Combat Epidemic Of 'Flu' 1918
Measures Taken to Keep Influenza Under Control Urged by Army Surgeon 1918
Measures To Halt Flu To Be Decided 1919
Measures To Halt Influenza Ordered By Board of Health 1918
Meat Lower During Influenza Epidemic 1919
Medical Association Will Meet Tuesday 1918
Medical Chiefs In Session Here Seek 'Flu' Cure 1918
Medical College Army Barracks 1918
Medical College Opens 1918
Medical College Seniors Praised 1918
Medical College To Open 1918
Medical History Of Camp Crane [1918]
Medical Inspection 1918
Medical Men Begin Annual Convention 1918
Medical Men Of Southwest Talk Shop Here 1918
Medical men tour influenza wards 1918
Medical Probe Resumed 1919
Medical science 1918
Medical Science's Newest Discoveries About the "Spanish Influenza" 1918
Medical Science's Newest Discoveries About the "Spanish Influenza" 1918
Medical Science's Newest Discoveries About the "Spanish Influenza" 1918
Medical Science's Newest Discoveries About the "Spanish Influenza" 1918
Medical Society Against Closing Schools Of City 1918
Medical Society Endorses Board 1918
Medical Society Endorses Quarantine 1918
Medicine Free To Needy 1918
Meeker Ill With Influenza 1918
Meet emergency today by cooperating with bond canvassers, says McAdoo 1918
Meet Tomorrow to Plan Follow Up Influenza Work 1918
Meeting Called To Lift Epidemic Ban 1918
Meeting For Red Cross 1918
Meeting Friday To Discuss Lifting Of Closing Order 1918
Meeting Minutes of the Board of Commissioners, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1918 1918
Meeting Minutes of the Grand Rapids Municipal Department Committee on Public Health, December 13, 1918 1918
Meeting Minutes, Spokane, Washington Health Board, 1918 - 1919 [1919]
Meeting of the Board of Motion Picture Exchange Members, Monday, January 6, 1919 1919
Meeting of the Board of Motion Picture Exchange Members, Monday, November 18, 1918 1918
Meeting of the Commission of the City of Birmingham, October 22, 1918 1918
Meeting On Influenza Situation Held At Neighborhood House, Sunday, November 3 At 3 P. M. 1918
Meeting Put Off By Mother's Club 1918
Meetings Are Postponed On Account Of Influenza Ban 1918
Meetings Ban Off 1918
Meetings Called Off For The Present 1918
Meetings Cancelled At Association Of Commerce 1918
Meetings Postponed by Health Rule 1918
Meetings Prohibited 1918
Meetings To Be Postponed Owing To Influenza 1918
Meetings Under Health Ban 1918
Memo from Medical Officer to W. Braisted, "Sneeze Screens, Naval Training Station, San Francisco" 1918
Memo, from Submarine Base, San Pedro, California 1918
Memo, "I have been asked by the Department of Civilian Relief, Lake Division of the Red Cross, to call attention to the organized social welfare agencies of this state..." 1918
Memo, in response to Memo of November 6 1918
Memo, Meeting of subcommittees of the Influenza Commission 1918
Memo, Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington, Re: Closing of temporary hospital at Lewis Hall 1918
Memo, re: Appearance of Influenza among draft of 95 apprentice seaman en route from Memphis, Tennessee, to San Diego Naval Training Station, San Diego, California 1918
Memo, re: Arrest of prisoners 1918
Memo, Re: Conference Of Red Cross And State Health Officials Regarding Assignment Of Nurses For Civilian Emergencies 1918
Memo, Re: Cooperation With Existing State And Local Agencies For Social Welfare 1918
Memo, Re: Emergency Bureau On Influenza 1918
Memo, Re: Epidemic of Influenza in the First Naval District 1918
Memo, Re: Epidemic of Influenza in the First Naval District 1918
Memo, Re: Epidemiological reports on cases of pneumonia following influenza, U. S. Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington 1918
Memo, Re: General Instructions (First night letter, from Chairman of National Committee) 1918
Memo, Re: Incidence of cases of influenza and pneumonia at the Naval Training Camp and Navy Yard, Seattle, Washington 1918
Memo, Re: Influenza And Local Publicity 1918
Memo, Re: Influenza Epidemic Expense 1918
Memo, Re: Keep The Red Cross Work Rooms Producing 1918
Memo, Re: Letter to Surgeon University Naval Training Camp from Mrs. R. E. Morriss, Seattle, Washington (attached) 1919
Memo, re: Monthly Sanitary Report 1918
Memo, Re: Nursing Resources Of The Community 1918
Memo, Re: Precautions recommended to be observed by the men in order to prevent influenza infection, U. S. Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington 1918
Memo, re: Preliminary notes on the epidemiology of the present outbreak of influenza 1918
Memo, re: Preliminary report of influenza epidemic (U. S. Naval Training Camp, Detroit, Michigan) 1918
Memo, Re: Preventative Measures And Public Health 1918
Memo, Re: Quarantine, U. S. Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington 1918
Memo, re: Reduction in ranks of Non-Commissioned Officer 1918
Memo, re: Report of epidemic of influenza 1918
Memo re: Report of Epidemic on Influenza 1918
Memo, Re: Report of influenza outbreak in the 13th Naval District 1918
Memo re: Report on the influenza and pneumonia epidemic 1918
Memo, re: Reports of Influenza 1918
Memo, Re: Result of work to Discover Organisms Bearing Etiological Relation to Recent Epidemic of Influenza at this Camp 1918
Memo, Re: Rules for the avoidance of influenza, U. S. Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington 1918
Memo, re: Sanitary Report for September 1918 1918
Memo, re: Sanitary report for September, 1918 1918
Memo, Re: Sanitary report for week ending September 21, 1918, U. S. Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington 1918
Memo, re: Sanitary report in accordance with Article 2901, paragraph 2, for the month of September 1918 1918
Memo, Re: Service In The Families That Have Been Severely Affected By Influenza 1918
Memo, Re: Spanish Influenza 1918
Memo, Re: Statistical Report on Influenza, To: Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Washington 1918
Memo, Re: Supplementing Letter Of October 31st "Cooperation With Existing State And Local Agencies For Social Welfare" 1918
Memo, re: Temporary Naval Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif. 1918
Memo, Re: Transfer of Patients from Clarke and Lewis Halls, U. S. Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington 1918
Memo regarding Epidemiological Data at Camp Kearney, CA 1919
Memo, "The prevalence of the Influenza has caused all meetings to cease for the latter two weeks of the month..." 1918
Memo, To All Chapter Chairmen, State of Washington, Re: Preparations For An Influenza Epidemic 1922
Memo, To all Chapter Chairmen, Subject: Preparedness for an Influenza Epidemic 1919
Memo, To All Division Directors - Department of Nursing, Re: Letter No. 5 and Conference 1919
Memo, To All Division Managers and Department Heads, Re: Influenza Preparedness (Service Series Letter, No. 6) 1920
Memo, To All Division Managers, Re: Influenza Preparedness Service Series, Letter No. 6 1920
Memo, To County Health Commissioners 1918
Memo, To Health Officers 1918
Memo, To The Chairman of the Chapter 1918
Memo, To the Chairman of the Chapter and Chapter Committee on Influenza 1918
Memo, To The Chapters Of The Potomac Division, Re: Spanish Influenza 1918
Memo, To The Chapters Of The Potomac Division, Re: Spanish Influenza #2 1918
Memo, to the Quartermaster, Post. (Thru Div. Surgeon), Post Hospital, Vancouver Barracks, Washington 1918
Memo, To: All Division Managers, From: General Manager, Re: Preparedness for an Influenza Epidemic 1919
Memo, to: C. D. Stimson, from: Earl Kilpatrick 1918
Memo, To: Chapter Chairmen and Chairmen of Chapter Committees on Influenza, Re: Influenza and Local Publicity 1918
Memo, To: Department of Civilian Relief, American Red Cross, Re: American Red Cross, Philadelphia 1918
Memo, to: Division Directors of Civilian Relief, Re: Social Problems arising as a result of Influenza Epidemic 1918
Memo, To: Division Managers, Re: Home Service for Victims of Influenza 1919
Memo, To: Executive Officer, From: Medical Officer, Re: Signs for Isolation Camp, U. S. Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington 1919
Memo, To: J. E. Henry, Re: The Influenza Epidemic 1918
Memo, To: Medical Aide to Commandant, 13th Naval District, From: Medical Officer, Re: Quarantine 1920
Memo, To: National Influenza Committee, Re: Report of Work Of Pennsylvania-Delaware Division 1918
Memo, to: Senior Medical Officer, Navy Recruiting Station, subject: Temporary Naval Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif., Reference: Your letter #1049-19 December 16, 1918 1918
Memo, To: W. Frank Persons, Re: Spanish Influenza 1918
Memo, To: W. S. Griswold, Re: The Influenza Epidemic 1918
Memorandum addressed to Camp Epidemiologist at Camp Dodge, re: Epidemiological Report 1918
Memorandum addressed to Committee on Epidemiology 1918
Memorandum addressed to Paul B. Cook, Camp Dodge, Subject: Special attention to certain points 1918
Memorandum addressed to Sidney H. Jacobs, Camp Dodge, re: Information of Interest for epidemiological reports 1918
"Memorandum Concerning the Influenza Situation," To: Walling, From: Magee 1918
Memorandum, "Decrease in output of Army and Navy war material in Pittsburgh District account epidemic" with enclosed telegram to Secretary of Navy via Bureau of Steam Engineering 1918
Memorandum, "Effective immediately a quarantine is established in this camp," Headquarters, Camp Dix, NJ 1918
Memorandum, Epidemic of "Influenza" 1918
Memorandum for Captain J. A. Murphy, M. C., U. S. N., regarding A. W. Bacigalupo's inquiry into the death of his son at the U. S. Naval Station, Great Lakes, Illinois, with supporting documentation 1919
Memorandum For Dr. Gibson: Telegraphic Answer 1918
Memorandum For Dr. Warren 1919
Memorandum For The Chief Of The Bureau Of Navigation 1918
Memorandum for the Surgeon General 1918
Memorandum For Treatment Of Influenza Pneumonia, Base Hospital, Camp Zachary, Taylor, Kentucky 1918
Memorandum from Camp McClellan Acting Camp Surgeon, Frederic Jenkins, re: Outbreak of Influenza 1918
Memorandum, from: Bureau of Yards and Docks, to: Mare Island Naval Station, September 28, 1918 1918
Memorandum, from: L.M. Koehler, to: Committee on Special Training and Education, October 15, 1918 (two drafts) 1918
Memorandum, From: Senior Medical Officer, To: Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Subject: Incident to sickness of men returning from Rifle Range, with attached letter written by Arthur J. Langan 1919
Memorandum, from: Surgeon General, to: Camp Surgeon, Camp Eustis 1919
Memorandum No. 271, Acknowledgment of telegram this date re influenza 1918
Memorandum No. 42, To: All Medical Officers, Subject: Communicable Diseases, Vancouver Barracks, WA 1918
Memorandum No. 43, Vancouver Barracks, Washington 1918
Memorandum No. 43, Vancouver Barracks, Washington 1918
Memorandum No. 46, Vancouver Barracks, Washington 1918
Memorandum No. 50, Re: Data on Influenza Epidemic, Vancouver Barracks, Washington 1918
Memorandum No. 89, re: measures enacted due to epidemic influenza, Headquarters, Vancouver Barracks, Washington 1918
Memorandum No. 92, re: measures enacted due to epidemic influenza, Headquarters, Vancouver Barracks, Washington 1918
Memorandum No. 94, re: measures enacted due to epidemic influenza, Headquarters, Vancouver Barracks, Washington 1918
Memorandum of Meeting of Governor's Commission on Epidemic Influenza, Academy of Medicine, New York City 1918
Memorandum, Outline of Proposed Statistical Study of Influenza Epidemic 1918
Memorandum, Outline of Proposed Statistical Study of Influenza Epidemic 1918
Memorandum, Re: Influenza Epidemic 1918
Memorandum, Re: Report on the Influenza and Pneumonia Epidemic 1918
Memorandum, Report of Influenza Epidemic At Syracuse Recruit Camp, Syracuse, NY - September 12 to October 15, 1918 1918
Memorandum To All Medical Officers 1918
Memorandum To All Officers No. 11 from Carroll Dunham, Headquarters Harvard Unit S.A.T.C., Cambridge, Mass., October 19, 1918 1918
Memorandum To All Officers No. 12 from Carroll Dunham, Headquarters Harvard Unit S.A.T.C., Cambridge, Mass., October 21, 1918 1918
Memorandum To All Officers No. 26, Headquarters Harvard Unit S.A.T.C., Cambridge, Mass., October 28, 1918 1918
Memorandum To All Officers No. 31, Washing Of Dishes And Mess Equipment,Headquarters Harvard Unit S.A.T.C., Cambridge, Mass., November 1, 1918 1918
Memorandum To All Organization Commanders, Headquarters, Camp Dix, NJ 1918
Memorandum To All Organization Commanders, Headquarters, Camp Dix, NJ 1918
Memorandum To All Organization Commanders, Headquarters, Camp Dix, NJ 1918
Memorandum To All Organization Commanders, Headquarters, Camp Dix, NJ 1918
Memorandum To All Organization Commanders, Headquarters, Camp Dix, NJ 1918
Memorandum To All Organization Commanders, Headquarters, Camp Dix, NJ 1918
Memorandum To All Organization Commanders, Headquarters, Camp Dix, NJ 1918
Memorandum To Battalion And Company Commanders No. 49, Headquarters Harvard Unit S.A.T.C., Cambridge, Mass., November 20, 1918 1918
Memorandum To Post And Camp Surgeons, Headquarters Western Department, San Francisco, California 1918
Memorandum, To: Virginia State Council of Defense, From: Federal Agencies Section 1918
Memorial Mass at Camp Meade 1918
Men And Women In Albany Volunteer 1918
Men And Women Urged To Aid In Grippe Epidemic 1918
Men Are Arrested For Gathering In Greek Coffee House 1918
Men At Camp Dick Are Again Placed Under Quarantine 1918
Men Of Taliaferro Field To Entertain With Dance 1918
Men Ordered Not To Report At University 1918
Men to Give Emergency Aid in Grippe Epidemic 1918
Menace Of Influenza 1918
Menace Of Influenza Puts Lid On Portland 1918
Merchants Help to Fight Influenza 1918
Merchants To Fight Grip 1918
The Met. Promises Help 1918
Metal Trades Girls To Help Fight Epidemic 1918
Method To Check Influenza Claimed 1918
Metropole Barracks Is Now Metropole Hotel 1918
Michigan "Ag" regains starts to meet purple 1918
Michigan Observing First Churchless Sunday 1918
Midshipman "Flu" Victim 1918
Mild Epidemic of Spanish Influenza At Camp Lewis 1918
Mild In Louisiana 1918
Military Classes Not To Be Closed 1918
Military Training Camp To Be Opened In January 1918
Milk For Influenza Patients 1918
Milk Is Appreciated 1918
Milk Rules Stringent To Curb Influenza 1918
Milk Shortage At Diet Kitchen 1918
Milk Substation Tests 1918
Mill City Closed 1918
Mill City Schools Are Closed Again 1918
Mill Hospital Closes 1918
Miller Resigns To Aid 'Flu' Fight 1918
Million Appropriated To Fight Influenza 1918
Million Dollars Appropriated to Fight Influenza 1918
Million For Fight To Stop Scourge, Vote By Congress 1918
Million Ohioans Have Suffered From Influenza 1918
The Milwaukee County Council of Defense Report on Twenty Months of War-Time Service in Milwaukee, May 1st, 1917 to January 1st, 1919 1919
Milwaukee Flu Death Rate Lowest In U. S. 1919
Milwaukee Public Schools Annual Report of the Department of School Hygiene of the Board of School Directors of the City of Milwaukee For School Year Ending June 30, 1919 1919
Milwaukee's Health Record Is Good 1919
Mind Unbalanced By "Flu" 1918
Miners give up holidays 1918
Mingling Of Citizens In Celebration Brings Warning Of Epidemic 1918
Minister Is Shot Dead In Grocery By Bandits 1918
A Minister's Appeal 1918
Minister's Message To Members of Congregation 1918
Minister Says Ban No Help To Flu Situation 1918
Ministers Advise Flu Closing Ban 1919
Ministers Demand Saloons Be Closed 1918
Ministers Meet In Vacant Lot 1918
Ministers Meet Mayor On Epidemic Question 1918
Ministers To Co-Operate With City Authorities 1918
Minneapolis Ban Sticks 1918
Minneapolis Board of Education Meeting Minutes, October 1918 - March 1919 1918
Minneapolis Is Cautious 1918
Minneapolis Man Dies Of Influenza 1918
Minneapolis Reported Free From Influenza 1918
Minneapolis Reports 21 Influenza Deaths 1918
Minneapolis Stays Closed 1918
Minneapolis YWCA Board Meeting Minutes, November 21, 1918 1918
Minnesota Curbing Influenza Epidemic 1918
Minnesota Free From Epidemic, U. S. Informed 1918
Minnesota Program Against Influenza 1919
Minutes and Treasurer's Reports, Visiting Nurses (Toledo, OH) 1918
Minutes, Annual Meeting of the Boston Social Union on Monday, November 11, at 20 Union Park 1918
Minutes, Annual Meeting of the State Board of Health, December 14, 1918 1918
Minutes, Associated Charities Society, October 1918 - February 1919
Minutes, Board of County Commissioners of Multnomah County (Portland, Oregon), January 1918 - February 1919 [1919]
Minutes, Board of Directors of the Starr Centre Association of Philadelphia 1918
Minutes, Hospital Committee of the Board of Trustees, Jefferson University, June 1, 1917 to June 1, 1919 1919
Minutes, Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Chicago Tuberculosis Institute, October 21 to December 14, 1918 1918
Minutes of a meeting of the Department of Health of the State of New Jersey, convened in the State House, Trenton, October 1, 1918 1918
Minutes of a meeting of the Department of Health of the State of New Jersey, convened in the State House, Trenton, October 1, 1918 1918
Minutes of Meeting of Medical Advisory Committee Held Wednesday, October 9, 1918 1918
Minutes Of Meeting Of Medical Advisory Committee Held Wednesday, October 9, 1918 1918
Minutes of Minnesota State Sanitary Conference, December 9, 1919 1919
Minutes of Special Board Meeting, Oregon State Board of Health, August 27, 1919 1919
Minutes of the Department of Health, September 17 to November 4, 1918 1918
Minutes of the Graduate Nurses Association, Thursday, November 14th, 1918 1919
Minutes Of The Meeting Held At Mr. Walling's Office Wednesday, September 25th, 1918, To Discuss The Question Of Influenza 1918
Minutes of the Meeting of the Committee on Social Service, The Babies' Welfare Association, Friday, November 8, 1918 1918
Minutes of the Meeting of the Georgia State Board of Health, held at the offices of the Board, 131 Capitol Square 1919
Minutes of the Regular Meeting of November 11th, Read and Approved 1918
Minutes of the Regular Meeting of October 7th and Adjourned Meeting of October 8th, Read and Approved 1918
Minutes of the second meeting of the Governor's Influenza Commission Held at the Academy of Medicine, Friday November 22nd at five P. M. 1918
Minutes of the Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Thursday, November 21, 1918 at 10:30 A. M., Mrs. Francis F. Prentiss, presiding. 1918
Minutes of Votes And Proceedings Of The One Hundred And Forty-Third General Assembly Of The State of New Jersey 1919
Minutes/Semi-Annual Meeting, Graduate Nurses' Association of the State of Pennsylvania, April 29-30 and May 1-2, 1919 1919
Minutes, Special Meeting of the San Francisco Board of Health 1918
Minutes, Special Meeting of the State Board of Health, St. Paul, Minnesota, October 21, 1918 1918
Minutes, Special Meeting, Medical Society of South Carolina, October 1, 1918 1918
Miss Alline Gets Call For Nurses 1918
Miss Denver Dons Masks To Wage Influenza Fight 1918
Miss Ellen E. Moynihan, Of The Catholic Womans Club Calls Meeting Of Members To Plan Aid For City's Stricken Homes 1918
Miss Emma Ganzora of the San Francisco Red Cross, making gauze masks, to be distributed through the city to aid in fighting the Spanish influenza. 1918
Miss Ethel G. Cathers of the auditing department of the Hotel St. Francis being inoculated. 1918
Miss Irene Van Dyke Succumbs to "Flu" 1918
Miss Rubie L. Cameron Says Epidemic May Be Abating, But Red Cross Doesn't Notice It 1918
Mist A Disease Menace 1918
Mistletoe Loses Its Favor; Kissing Ban Because Of "Flu" 1918
The Mobilisation Of The American National Red Cross During The Influenza Pandemic 1918 - 1919 1920
Mobilize Nurses To Fight Epidemic 1918
Mobilize Nursing Service As Follows [1918]
Mobilized Against Flu 1918
Mobilizing Against Disease 1918
Mobilizing Nurses To Fight Influenza 1918
Modern Methods of Quarantine 1918
Modification of 'Flu' Order Up to Health Officials 1918
Modification Of Closing Order Expected Soon 1918
Modified Ban On Influenza Off Dec. 30 1918
Modified "Flu" Ban Is Ordered 1918
Modify Camp Quarantine 1918
Modify gasless Sunday to help "flu" sufferers 1918
Modify Narcotic Law For Grippe Epidemic 1918
Moffett Denies Danger In Influenza Epidemic 1918
Monday Afternoon Club Upset By The Influenza 1918
Monday Is Picked To Lift Flu Bans 1918
Monday, October 7th. Wire replies if the situation is serious. 1918
Monday's Reports On The Epidemic More Encouraging 1918
Money's Voted To Fight Flu 1918
Money Spent To Fight The Flu Now Will Yield Untold Dividends In Human Lives 1919
"Monkeys Have Flu, Too" 1918
Montana Redmen Also Suffer 1918
Montgomery Schools Fighting Influenza 1918
Month of April, 1917 1917
Month of April, 1918 1918
Month of August, 1917 1917
Month of August, 1918 1918
Month of August, 1919 1919
Month of December, 1917 1917
Month of February, 1917 1917
Month of February, 1918 1918
Month of February, 1919 1919
Month of January, 1917 1917
Month of January, 1918 1918
Month of January, 1919 1919
Month of July, 1917 1917
Month of July, 1918 1918
Month of July, 1919 1919
Month of June, 1917 1917
Month of June, 1918 1918
Month of June, 1919 1919
Month of March, 1917 1917
Month of March, 1918 1918
Month of March, 1919 1919
Month of May, 1917 1917
Month of May, 1918 1918
Month of May, 1919 1919
Month of November, 1917 1917
Month of November, 1918 1918
Month of November, 1919 1919
Month of October, 1917 1917
Month of October, 1918 1918
Month of October, 1919 1919
Month of September, 1917 1917
Month of September, 1918 1918
Month of September, 1919 1919
Month's Deaths From Flu 2,521 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, April 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, April 1918 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, April 1919 1919
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, April 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, April 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, August - September - October 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, August 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, August 1918 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, August 1919 1919
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, August 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, December 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, December 1918 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, December 1919 1919
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, December 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, December 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, February 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, February 1918 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, February 1919 1919
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, February 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, February 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, January 1918 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, January 1919 1919
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, January 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, January 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, July 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, July 1918 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, July 1919 1919
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, July 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, July 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, June 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, June 1918 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, June 1919 1919
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, June 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, June 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, March 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, March 1918 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, March 1919 1919
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, March 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, March 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, May 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, May 1919 1919
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, May 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, May 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, November 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, November 1920 1920
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, November 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, October 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, October 1921 1921
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, September 1917 1917
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, September 1918 1918
Monthly Bulletin of The Department of Public Health and Charities of the City of Philadelphia, September 1921 1921
Monthly Meeting of the Social Service Department, Children's Hospital of Michigan, November 4, 1918 1918
Monthly Sanitary Report 1918
More Aid if Need to Fight Influenza 1918
More And More Children Down With Influenza 1918
More Autos Needed 1918
More Autos Needed In Work Of Fighting Flu 1918
More Calls For Nurses 1919
More Cars Needed In Red Cross Work 1918
More Cases Of Influenza 1918
More Cases On Kansas Side 1918
More Cases Reported And Deaths Increased To 18 1918
More Children Reported Absent From City Schools 1918
More D. C. Deaths Influenza's Toll 1918
More Deaths as Result of Grippe 1918
More Deaths Fewer Cases In Epidemic 1918
More Deaths from Flu 1919
More Deaths Here; Grip Now Milder 1918
More Deaths In City Of Masks 1919
More Deaths In Epidemic, Fewer Cases 1918
More Deaths Reported Of Influenza 1918
More Deaths Than In 1917 1918
More Delay At "U" 1918
More Doctors And Nurses Stricken Ill With Malady That Grips The Community 1918
More Doctors Go To Boston To Aid Fight 1918
More Flu May Bring Ban Again 1918
More "Flu" Cases In York 1918
More Flu, But Fewer Deaths 1918
More Grip Cases Are Reported 1918
More Grip Reported 1918
More Help Cry of Seattle Red Cross 1918
More Hopeful, Gannon Says 1918
More Influ Cases 1918
More Influ Reported 1919
More Influenza 1918
More Influenza Among Civilians 1918
More Influenza But All Cases Are Mild 1918
More Influenza Cases 1918
More Influenza Cases 1918
More Influenza Cases Are Reported In City 1918
More Influenza Cases Here 1918
More Influenza Cases Here, But Form Milder 1918
More Influenza Cases Reported Here 1918
More Influenza Cases Reported Today 1918
More Influenza Cases, But Much Less Severe 1918
More influenza found 1918
More Influenza Is Reported In Utah 1918
More Influenza Reported 1919
More influenza retards maroon 1918
More Influenza; Less Pneumonia 1918
More Insidious Lies 1918
More Meetings Postponed 1918
More Motor Soldiers Ill 1918
More New 'Flu' Cases Reported 1918
More New 'Flu' Cases Reported 1918
More Nurses And Doctors Needed 1918
More Nurses Are Needed At Camp Zachary Taylor; Women Urged to Volunteer 1918
More Nurses Are Needed For New Flu Cases 1918
More Nurses Enrolling 1918
More Nurses Is Appeal Of Red Cross 1918
More Nurses Needed 1918
More Nurses Needed 1919
More Nurses Needed 1918
More Nurses Needed 1918
More Nurses Needed 1918
More Nurses Needed For Grip Cases 1918
More Nurses Needed To Care For The Sick 1918
More Nurses Needed To Fight Influenza 1918
More Pictures - Thank You (Moving Pictures) 1918
More Precaution Needed 1918
More Precautions Taken At Ogden 1918
More Public Schools May Be Closed Today 1918
More Rigid Rules Prescribed by City 1919
More Safeguards in Epidemic Issued by Health Board 1918
More Sisters Go To Aid Of "Flu" Sufferers 1918
More Soldiers Ill Here 1918
More than 2,500 Children Sick And Out Of Schools 1918
More Than 3,000 "Flu" Cases 1918
More Than 30 Register as Influenza Nurses 1918
More Than 9,000 Influenza Cases, With 350 Deaths 1918
More Towns Added To Influenza Lists 1918
More troops called 1918
More Vaccination Time 1918
More Victims at Camp Meade 1918
More Volunteers Needed As Nurses 1918
More Volunteers Needed In Nursing Work For Influenza Patients 1918
More war workers take motor rides 1918
More Women Urged to Aid 1918
More Workers Wanted At Red Cross Gauze Room 1918
Morgan Extends The Closing Order 1918
Morgan Says City Flu Cases Are On Decline 1919
Mormon Meetings Resume January 5 1918
Mormons Urged To Fasting And Prayer 1918
The Morning After 1918
Mortalities From Influenza Lower 1919
Mortality Chart Of Epidemic In Salt Lake 1918
Mortality From Pneumonia And Influenza Gains 1919
Mortality Is Increased 1918
Mortality Of Lowell 1919
Mortality Of Lowell 1919
Mortality Rate Jumps 1918
Mortality Ratio Shows Decrease 1918
Mortality Record Still Holds High 1918
Mose Sawyer, Flu Doctor 1919
Most Influenza Patients On Way To Health Again 1918
Most of Protestant Churches Closed 1918
Most Of The Flu Cases In City Are Said To Be Mild 1918
Most Of Theatres Reopen To-Morrow 1918
Most Present Cases Of Influenza Mild 1918
Mother and Babe Victims 1918
Mother Gets Influenza Nursing Sailor Son; Dies 1918
Mothers Go To Camp Despite Influenza 1918
Motley Blames The Doctors 1918
Motor Corps Aids Flu Patients 1919
Motor Corps Busy Delivering Meals 1918
Motor Corps Busy In Present Emergency 1918
Motor Corps Did Fine 1918
Motor Corps Has Car For Nurses 1918
Motor Corps Is Asking For Cars 1918
Motor Corps Is Praised 1918
Motor Corps Need Cars 1918
Motor Corps Needs Aid 1918
Motor Corps To Expand Scope 1918
Motorists Aid In Fighting Flu 1918
Move Underway To Provide Relief For Suffering Families 1918
Movie Houses To Reopen Thursday 1918
Movie Openings For This Week 1918
Movie Theatres to Reopen Tomorrow 1918
Movies Reopen With Comedies 1918
Movies, Schools And Churches Are To Be Reopened 1918
Moving Picture Men Want To Know Why Law Is Not Enforced 1918
Mr. And Mrs. Camp Lose Little Son, Influenza Victim 1918
Mr. Bryan's Death Shocks The City 1918
Mr. Carr Is Laid To Rest 1918
Mr. E. J. Riddock Succumbs 1918
Mr. Flu (or Is It Missus?) All Out of Luck; Nearly Everybody Has His Face Tied Up 1918
Mr. J. P. K. Bryan Dies Suddenly Here 1918
Mr. John F. Rafferty Dead 1918
Mr. Leroy Smith Is 'Flu' Victim, Wife Is Very Ill 1918
Mr. W. D. Roach A Victim Of Flue 1918
Mrs. Bickett A Visitor 1918
Mrs. Fitch, Nurse, Dies 1918
Mrs. Helen Davis Lane Rallies Workers To Make Clothes For Little Victims Of Plague 1918
Mrs. John C. MacInnes Hears Of Orphan Babies, And Acts 1918
Mrs. Stocker Ill With "Flu" 1918
Mrs. Wilson sends roses to girl victims of grip 1918
Much Activity In The Music World Despite Epidemic 1918
Much Better On Kansas Side 1918
Much Destitution Caused by Flu 1918
Much Liquor Given By The City Police 1918
Much Sickness In Buffalo Now Just Plain Grip 1918
Multnomah Guard To Help Fight Flu 1918
Mum Show Closed to General Public 1918
Municipal Flu Hospital Will Be Closed Soon; Epidemic Stamped Out 1918
Municipal Health Office Watching School Conditions 1918
Municipal Record 1918
Murdock Ordinance Topic Of Discussion 1918
Museum To Be Open Tomorrow Afternoon 1918
Museum Waits on Flu 1918
Music Department Open 1918
Musical - Hope Springs Eternal 1918
Musicians' Association Protests Influenza Ban 1918
Must Dodge Flu By Donning Mask 1918
Must Educate Public To Fight Flu Epidemic 1918
Must Follow Health Rule Says Mayor 1918
Must Get Food To Victims Of "Flu" At Home 1918
Must Get Masks By Next Monday 1918
Must Have More Emergency Aids To Fight Grippe 1918
Must Have More Nurses At City Flu Hospital 1918
Must Have Passes To University Grounds 1918
Must Not Expectorate In Public Places 1918
Must Pay Your Taxes By Mail 1918
Must Placard Homes Having Cases Of "Flu" 1918
Must Post Sign When Influenza Comes To Visit 1918
Must Protect Public Health: Philadelphia Housing Association Declares That It Is Patriotic Service To Keep Workers Well [1918]
Must Reduce Phone Calls 1918
Must Report "Fluie" Cases 1918
Must Report All Cases Of Influenza 1918
Must report all Spanish influenza 1918
Must Report Cases Of Grip In This City 1918
Must Safeguard County's Health 1918
Must still conserve coal 1918
Must Wear Gauze Masks On Way To Camp 1918
Mystery In Death Of Wealthy 'Flu' Victim 1918

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