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T. B. And Flu (How To Keep Well) 1919
Tabernacle Service Postponed By 'Flu' 1918
Table #17 - Continued, Showing Cases And Deaths From Contagious Diseases For Thirty Years [1919]
Table #20: Showing Work Done In Vaccination And Inspection Department, 1918 - 1919 [1919]
Table #33: Showing Appropriations, Expenditures, Unexpected Balances, Etc., For The Fiscal Year 1918 - 1919 [1919]
Table #6: Showing Cases And Deaths From Influenza By Districts, 1918 - 1919 [1919]
Taboo On Halloween In Force As Plague Rages Thruout City 1918
Tack Up Epidemic Cards On Homes 1918
Take Care 1918
Take Off The Flu Ban 1918
Take Precautions and Conquer the Plague 1918
Take Shot In Arm, City Plea 1918
Take Steps To Prevent "Flu" 1918
Taken Suddenly Ill On Street 1918
Takes A Fling At Sure Cures 1918
Takes Step To Check Influenza 1918
Takes Up Burdens Of Grip Victims 1919
Taking No Chances With Influenza At University of Utah 1919
Taking Steps To Fight Epidemic 1918
Tale Of How Whole City Does Nothing 1918
Taliaferro Field Is Put Under Quarantine 1918
Taliaferro Field Quarantined To Guard Against Influenza 1918
Talked to Death 1918
Talks Explaining Influenza Prepared for the Schools 1918
Talks Help Fight On "Flu" 1918
Tall Weeds Must Be Cut 1918
Taps Sounded On Influenza In This State 1918
Tars Are Joyful; Quarantine Is Off 1918
Tea for Tchernoff, Magies Back in Town, Mrs. Robert E. Ross Ill, Influenza Is Rife 1918
Teach Public Health 1919
Teachers Canvass Homes To Search Influenza Cases 1918
Teachers Do Heroic Work At Buckner Orphans' Home 1918
Teachers End Epidemic Work 1918
Teachers Entitled To Continuous Pay 1918
Teachers Entitled To Full Pay While Schools Closed 1918
Teachers Entitled To Pay While Schools Are Closed 1918
Teachers Help In Grip Battle 1918
Teachers' Heroic Work Saves Lives of Orphans 1918
Teachers In Great Army Against Flu 1918
Teachers Instructed As To How To Make Up Time Lost By Epidemic 1918
Teachers Make Survey 1918
Teachers Meet For Institute Work 1918
Teachers Mobilized To Fight Epidemic 1918
Teachers Must Work Despite Closed Schools 1918
Teachers Not Required To Report Today; Must Report Friday at 9 A. M. 1918
Teachers Not To Lose Pay Through Influenza 1918
Teachers Of Cooking Help In Hospitals 1918
Teachers of Sycamore Street School, Equipped With Gauze Masks, Starting Out on Health Tour 1918
Teachers Plan To Fight Against Influenza 1918
Teachers Praised for Work against Flu 1918
Teachers' Salaries Will Be Continued 1918
Teachers To Get Pay For Epidemic Season 1918
Teachers To Help Combat Influenza 1918
Teachers To Meet For Session Today 1918
Teachers Volunteer Services As Nurses 1918
Teachers Will Be Paid Full Salaries 1918
Teachers Will Fight Epidemic 1918
Teachers Will Get Checks At Schools 1918
Teachers Will Help Nurse; Call Is Issued For Meeting 1918
Teachers Will Meet Today; Call Is Issued By Red Cross 1918
Teachers Will Not Report 1918
Teachers Will Receive Pay During Epidemic 1918
Teaching Students By Correspondence 1918
Tech Night School Classes to Reopen 1918
Tech Prepares To Open 1918
Telegram 1918
Telegram, addressed to Braisted 1918
Telegram, addressed to Braisted 1918
Telegram, addressed to Doctor Henry Suzzallo, University of Washington 1918
Telegram addressed to Kempf, from Rupert Blue 1918
Telegram, addressed to Surgeon General Blue, from Roy E. Cubbage, President of the Iowa Board of Education 1918
Telegram addressed to Surgeon General of the Navy, from W. B. Collins 1918
Telegram, addressed to University of Washington, regarding instructions for U. S. Naval Training Camp during influenza epidemic 1918
Telegram, addressed to W. C. Braisted, "Cannot something be done to prohibit unnecessary travel..." 1918
Telegram, "All restrictions placed upon uniformed men coming to Detroit have been removed..." 1918
Telegram (American Red Cross - Official Telegram), to: James Jackson, from: S. M. Greer 1918
Telegram, "Because of increasing gravity influenza situation in Louisville...," December 12, 1918 1918
Telegram, "Copy of Day Letter Sent To Fourteen Chapters" 1918
Telegram (copy), to: George Holden Tinkham, from: Eugene R. Kelley 1918
Telegram, "For safety of public and for their own good" 1918
Telegram from Commandant US Naval Training Camp, "Bucher requests detail...", November 16, 1918 1918
Telegram from George Holden Tinkham, with synopsis 1918
Telegram from Governors Island New York to: Senior Army Officer SATC Princeton 10/10/18 1918
Telegram from Mare Island Navy Yard, "Have established temporary hospital..." 1919
Telegram from Mare Island, "Influenza in Vallejo serious and fast approaching epidemic" 1919
Telegram from Mare Island, California, "Influenza situation serious in Vallejo" 1919
Telegram from Mare Island, California, "Vallejo, California calls for help..." 1919
Telegram, from Oscar Dowling, to W. C. Braisted 1918
Telegram from Yard Dispensary, Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Washington, re: medical supply 1920
Telegram, from: Assistant Secretary of War Crowell, to: George Holden Tinkham 1918
Telegram from: Col. Chas. M. O'Connor Assistant to Adjutant, Adjutant to: Senior Army Officer, S.A.T.C., Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. subject: Influenza 10/8/18 1918
Telegram from: Col. Chas. M. O'Connor Assistant to Adjutant, Adjutant to: Senior Army Officer, S.A.T.C., Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. subject: Influenza, 10/7/18 1918
Telegram, from: Commandant Fourth Naval District, "Commander Plummer Is Worked Nearly To Death With Present Epidemic Period" 1918
Telegram from: Committee Education to Commanding Officer SATC Princeton Univy, September 25, 1918 1918
Telegram, from: G.M. Corput, "Indications Are Influenza Will Become Epidemic Here," January 10, 1919 1919
Telegram, from: J.W. Inches, to: Surgeon General 1918
Telegram, from: W.H. Kellogg, to: Surgeon General Blue, February 3, 1920 1920
Telegram, "Hospital to full capacity..." 1918
Telegram, "Influenza appeared in this camp yesterday...," September 30, 1918 1918
Telegram, "Intrastate Quarantine Spanish Influenza Under Consideration," September 25, 1918 1918
Telegram, "Ninety percent of the population San Francisco wearing gauze masks by proclamation" [1918]
Telegram, "No report new cases Influenza Pneumonia...", October 4, 1918 1918
Telegram, "Please discontinue sending escort from infected camps..." 1918
Telegram, Re: "Necessary Action" During Influenza Epidemic 1918
Telegram, to Blue, from Tuttle, 2:33 PM 1918
Telegram, to Blue, from Tuttle, 2:42 PM 1918
Telegram to Blue, from W. C. Witte 1918
Telegram to Public Health Service, care of Dr. Adolph Koenig 1918
Telegram, to Secretary of the Navy, from W H Garlord 1918
Telegram, to: Bishop Sarrelly, from: Archbishop Moeller 1918
Telegram, to: Blue, from: Fricks 1918
Telegram, To: Chairman, Grand Theater, From: Board of Motion Picture Exchange Managers 1918
Telegram, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: Charles W. Flint 1918
Telegram, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: F. A. Hoyt 1918
Telegram, To: Governor W. L. Harding, From: V. E. Miller 1918
Telegram, to: J. H. Moyle, from: T. B. Beatty, with attached note from Moyle 1919
Telegram, To: James Jackson, From: W. Frank Persons 1918
Telegram, To: James L. Fieser, From: Deacon 1918
Telegram, To: James Rolph, Jr., From: Homer G. Brown 1918
Telegram, to: Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy, From: J. W. Powell 1918
Telegram, To: Mayor George L. Baker (Portland, OR), From: Mayor James Rolph, Jr. (San Francisco, CA) 1918
Telegram, To: Professor Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, From: Hermann M. Biggs 1918
Telegram, To: Rear-Admiral J. L. Jayne, U. S. Navy, From: Mayor James Rolph, Jr. 1918
Telegram, to: S. M. Greer, from: James Jackson 1918
Telegram, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: Dr. A. C. Page 1918
Telegram, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: Dr. C. A. Huntoon 1918
Telegram, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: Dr. E. B. Winnett 1918
Telegram, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: Dr. J. W. Brooks 1918
Telegram, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: Dr. M. A. Royal 1918
Telegram, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: Fred Moore 1918
Telegram, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: G. M. Corput 1919
Telegram, to: Surgeon General Blue, from: T. B. Beatty 1919
Telegram, To: Surgeon General, From: Commanding Officer, U. S. Naval Training Camp, Seattle, Washington 1918
Telegram, To: W. Frank Parsons, From: James Jackson 1918
Telegram, to: W. Frank Persons, Civilian Relief Director, American Red Cross, from: Pittsburgh Chapter, American Red Cross 1918
Telegram, to: W. Frank Persons, from: Alfred Fairbank 1918
Telegram, To: W. Frank Persons, From: Alfred Fairbanks 1918
Telegram, to: W. Frank Persons, from: Harry L. Hopkins 1918
Telegram, To: W. Frank Persons, From: James Jackson 1918
Telegram, to: W. Frank Persons, from: W. J. Leppert 1918
Telephone Calls Almost Doubled by 'Flu' Epidemic 1918
Telephone Mouthpieces Need to Be Disinfected Regularly 1918
Telephone Operating Force Hit By Epidemic 1918
Telephone Service Hit 1918
Telephone Service Seriously Disturbed 1918
Telephone Users Asked To Curtail City Calls 1918
Telephone Wires Needed To Help In Influenza Fight, Says Officials 1918
Tell Of Ways To Fight Influenza 1918
Tells Feeling Of "Dying" 1918
Tells How To Guard Against Influenza 1918
Tells How To Stop Spread Of Influenza 1918
Tells of vaccine to stop influenza 1918
Temperance and Influenza 1919
Temporary Flu Hospital 1918
Ten Cases Of Influenza 1918
Ten Churches Decide To Hold No Services 1918
Ten Commandments For Fighting "Flu" 1918
Ten Counties Have Full Ban 1918
Ten Deaths Are Reported From Influenza 1918
Ten Deaths At Chillicothe 1918
Ten Deaths Day's Toll Of Influenza Epidemic 1918
Ten deaths from influenza 1918
Ten Deaths In Day Is Toll Of Influenza 1918
Ten Deaths Is Toll In City's Scourge 1918
Ten Die from Flu at Camp Meade 1918
Ten Influenza Deaths And 136 Cases Reported 1918
Ten Latest Toll 1918
Ten Mask Slackers Get 10-Day Sentences 1918
Ten more dead of "flu" 1919
Ten New Bills Are Introduced In House 1919
Ten New Cases Of Influenza 1919
Ten New Cases; Two Deaths From Influenza Reported 1919
Ten New Influenza Cases Are Reported 1918
Ten Patients at Boulder Are Dismissed as Cured 1918
Ten Physicians Cited For Drug Law Violations 1918
Ten Rules Framed to Protect Children Endangered by Flu 1918
Ten Volunteer Nurses Are Given Certificates 1918
Tension Is Eased In Hospitals as Scourge Lessens 1918
Tented City Arising At Local Sanitarium 1918
Tenth Biennial Report Being The Thirty-Fifth And Thirty-Sixth Annual Reports Of The State Board of Health Of The State of Kansas, June 30, 1918, to July 1, 1920 1920
Tenth Biennial Report Of The Montana State Board of Health For The Years 1919 - 1920 1920
Tenth Biennial Report Of The State Board Of Health July 1, 1920, to June 30, 1922 1923
Tents Now Housing U. C. Flu Patients 1918
Terpischore to have flu until Monday evening 1918
The Terrible Mr. Bang Does Not Wish to Take the Slightest Chance of Catching the Spanish Influenza 1918
The Terrible Tempered Mr. Bang Does Not Wish to Take the Slightest Chance of Catching the Spanish Influenza 1918
Terror Of Flu Hampers Work Of Aiding Sick 1918
Texas Death Rate Jumps 257 Per Cent 1918
Texas Public Health Commission Convenes 1918
Text Of Law For Influenza Mask Wearing 1918
Text Of Law For Influenza Mask Wearing 1918
Thank Nurses For Flu Work 1919
Thanksgiving Day Impressively Observed 1918
Thanksgiving for Epidemic Passes 1918
That Guiltiest Feeling 1918
That Guiltiest Feeling 1918
That Guiltiest Feeling 1918
Of the First Importance 1918
Theater Manager Says He Loses By Short Notice 1918
Theater Managers Cheerfully Obey Order Of Closing To Combat Influenza Epidemic 1918
Theater Managers Hopeful That Houses Will Soon Be Open 1918
Theater Men Propose, but Health Officer Disposes Opening Plans 1918
Theater Men Protest Ban 1918
Theater Men Protest On New Order 1918
Theater Opening To Be Discussed By Health Board 1918
Theater Owners May Carry Fight On Ban To Court 1918
Theater Owners Would Lift Ban 1918
Theater Row Is Darkened On Account Of Influenza 1918
Theater Workers Protest Closing of Amusements 1918
Theaters And Churches Filled To Capacity Show Fear Of Epidemic Is Over 1918
Theaters and movies closed by "flu" order 1918
Theaters And Schools Will Open Nov. 16 1918
Theaters Back Mayor's Stand 1918
Theaters Begin Fourth Week Of Idleness Due To Influenza 1918
Theaters Cancel Engagements 1918
Theaters, Churches Are Closed By Mayor 1918
Theaters Close Doors 1918
Theaters Close Elsewhere; St. Paul Now Rialto 1918
Theaters Closed By Authorities 1918
Theaters closed to stay influenza 1918
Theaters Closed, But Vaudeville Improvised 1918
Theaters, Fair Defer Opening 1918
Theaters Hard Hit By Closing Order 1918
Theaters Join Fight On "Flu" Infection 1918
Theaters' Loss Heavy By Closing Proviso 1918
Theaters Make Plans To Reopen Saturday 1918
Theaters May Be Closed To Check Serious Epidemic 1918
Theaters May Hit Ventilation Snag 1918
Theaters Must Remain Closed Another Week 1918
Theaters Must Remain Shut 10 Days Longer 1918
Theaters Open Today; To Run 6 Hours Daily 1918
Theaters Ordered Closed 1918
Theaters Ordered Closed as Epidemic Tights Its Grip on City and State 1918
Theaters Ordered To Close As Precautionary Measure 1918
Theaters' Plea Is Turned Down By Health Head 1918
Theaters Prepared To Resume As Soon As Quarantine Is Raised 1918
Theaters Refunded 'Flu' Period Taxes 1919
Theaters Remain Closed Even If Flu Ban's Lifted 1918
Theaters Remain Closed Next Week 1918
Theaters Reopen Tomorrow After Five Weeks Of Darkness 1918
Theaters Save Michigan From New 'Flu' Ban 1918
Theaters Tell of Opening Bills; Masks Still Have to Be Worn 1918
Theaters To Open Doors On Monday 1918
Theaters Will Close At Next Flu Flareup 1919
Theatre Managers Preparing To Open 1918
Theatre Men Hope To Be Open Soon 1918
Theatre Men Name "Fighting Committee" On "Flu" Situation 1918
Theatre Patrons Find Doors Shut 1918
Theatres And Churches Are To Be Closed 1918
Theatres And Schools May Close Doors 1918
Theatres Closed 1918
Theatres In Berkeley Are Closed 1918
Theatres Meet The Requirements 1918
Theatres Open Monday, Tip Passed Out 1918
Theatres Petition For Refund Of License 1919
Theatres, Saloons In Penna. Closed to Halt Influenza 1918
Theatres Throw Doors Wide Open 1918
Theatres To Close If Grip Inroads Grow 1918
Theatres Will Open On Monday 1918
Theatrical Folk Back Up Health Officials 1918
Theatrical Man Pleads Against Closing Plan 1918
Theatrical Managers Issue Statement 1918
Theatrical Men Act On Situation 1918
Theatrical People Hit By Epidemic 1918
The theory advanced by Dr. Albert J. Croft of Chicago 1918
These Meetings Called Off Account of the Flu 1918
These Regulations to Combat Disease Are Still in Force 1918
They Cheated the Graveyards 1918
They Enjoy 'Flu' 1918
They'll Race Today 1918
They Now Carry It On Their Hip 1918
They Receive Back Pay 1918
They Were Needed And They Responded 1918
Think Albany Safe From New Malady 1919
Think Disease Is Now In Control 1918
Think Flu Crest Over In County 1918
Think Good Weather Will Allay Grippe 1919
Think Influenza Is On The Wane 1918
Think Influenza Is On The Wane 1918
Think Influenza Is Receding Here 1918
Think "Spanish Flu" Has Appeared Here 1918
Thinks Churches Should Open 1918
Thinks Crest Of Flu Passed 1918
Thinks Epidemic Is Under Control 1918
Thinks High Tide Of "Flu" Is Near 1918
Thinks Influenza Crisis Now Past 1918
Third Annual Report Of The Department of Public Health, July 1, 1919 To June 30, 1920 1920
Third Annual Report Of The State Department of Health Of Maine And The Twenty-Eighth Annual Report Upon The Births, Marriages, Divorces and Deaths For The Year Ending December 31, 1919 1919
The Third Biennial Report of the State Board of Health and Medical Examiners Including Reports of the Department of Health and Department of Medical Examiners, County Boards of Health and State Health Laboratory This report includes the period July 1st, 1916 to June 30th, 1918. 1918
Third Meeting of the Governor's Influenza Commission, Held At The Academy of Medicine, Friday, December 20, 1918 1918
Thirteen Deaths at Camp Meade 1918
Thirteen Deaths In Plague's Wake 1918
Thirteen More Die From Flu 1918
Thirteen New Grippe Cases Reported Monday 1918
Thirtieth Annual Report Of The State Board of Health of Florida 1918, Approved By The Board In Annual Session, February ____, 1919 1918
Thirtieth Annual Report Upon The Births, Marriages, Divorces and Deaths In The State Of Maine For The Year Ending December 31, 1921 1921
Thirtieth Report Of The State Board Of Health Of Wisconsin For The Term Ending June 30, 1924 With Report of the State Bureau of Vital Statistics for the Calendar Years of 1922 and 1923. 1923
Thirty-Eighth Annual Report Of The State Board of Health Of South Carolina For The Fiscal Year, 1917 To The Legislature Of South Carolina 1917
Thirty-Eighth Annual Report Of The State Department Of Health Of New York For the Year Ending December 31, 1917, Volume 1 1917
Thirty-Fifth Annual Report Of The State Board of Health Of Missouri, 1917 1917
Thirty-First Annual Report Of The State Board of Health of Florida 1920 1920
Thirty-Five Cases Of Influenza Reported 1918
Thirty-Five More Succumb To Pneumonia at Camp Dix 1918
Thirty-Four 'Flu' Cases Are Reported 1919
Thirty-Four Deaths From Influenza 1918
Thirty-Four Die from Pneumonia 1918
Thirty-Fourth To Fortieth Annual Reports Of The Superintendent of Health Of The City Of Providence For The Years 1916 - 1922 1923
Thirty New "Flu" Cases in Evanston 1918
Thirty New Cases Of Influenza, But Only Single Death 1919
Thirty New Flu Cases Are Reported In City 1918
Thirty-Nine Cases Of Flu Reported 1919
Thirty-nine Cases Of Influenza Reported 1919
Thirty-Ninth Annual Report Of The State Board of Health Of South Carolina For The Fiscal Year, 1918 To The Legislature of South Carolina 1918
Thirty-One Cases, Influenza Report 1918
Thirty-One Die From Influenza Here In 11 Hours 1918
Thirty-One New Cases Are Reported to Local Board 1918
Thirty Patients Being Treated at Seminary 1918
Thirty-Second Annual Report of the Childrens Free Hospital Association, For The Year 1918, Detroit, Michigan 1918
Thirty-Second Biennial Report of the State Board of Health of Florida 1921 - 1922 1922
Thirty-Seven New Cases Found In S. F. 1918
Thirty-Seventh Annual Report of the Children's Aid Society of Pennsylvania for the year 1918 1918
Thirty-Six Influenza Cases Reported Tuesday 1918
Thirty-Sixth Annual Report Of The State Board Of Health Of Missouri, 1918 1918
Thirty-Sixth Report (42nd And 43rd Years) Of The State Department Of Health For Two Years Ending June 30, 1920 [July 1, 1918 - June 30, 1920] 1920
Thirty-Two Flu Cases Reported 1918
Thirty-Two Flu Cases Reported 1918
Thirty-two influenza cases 1918
This City Is So Far Free Of Disease 1918
This "Flu" Scare 1918
This Is What To Do If You Get Influenza 1918
This Pastor Lauds Closing Churches 1918
This time Julia hurrahs guard and gets away 1918
This Week's Death Toll Record For City 1918
Those Extra School Hours 1919
Those Who Cough In Theater Must Leave, Is Ruling 1919
Though Improved, Epidemic Serious 1918
Thousand Cases Of Influenza Is Estimated Here 1918
Thousand Kicks On Flu Fees 1919
Thousand Recruits Aid Red Cross Fight 1918
Thousands Attend Protest Meeting 1919
Thousands In Pandemonium Over Peace 1918
Thousands in Plants to Wear Gauze Masks at Work Tomorrow 1918
Thousands Made Orphans By Epidemic In Indiana 1919
Thousands Of New Influenza Victims In Capitol District 1918
Thousands Pray That Scourge Be Banished 1918
Thousands Take Anti-Flu Serum As A Precaution 1918
Threatens Tighter Influenza Rules 1918
Three Albany Boys Today's Victims of Influenza 1918
Three Army Officers Attacked by Grippe 1918
Three Boards Hold Physical Examinations 1918
Three Colorado Men Die in Day From Influenza 1918
Three Deaths And 47 New 'Flu' Cases Reported Friday 1918
Three Deaths And 55 New "Flu" Cases Reported Thursday 1918
Three Deaths And Three New Cases Of Influenza Here 1918
Three Deaths At Camp 1918
Three Deaths From Flu 1919
Three Deaths From Influenza 1918
Three deaths from influenza 1918
Three Deaths In One Family 1918
Three Deaths Of Flu At Fort As Cases Wane 1918
Three Deaths Of Influenza Are Reported In 48 Hours 1919
Three Deaths Of Influenza Reported In City Yesterday 1919
Three Deaths, Toll Of Influenza Here 1919
Three Die From "Flu" 1919
Three Die from Flu 1919
Three "Flu" Deaths Are Reported At Hospital 1918
Three Football Games For War Work Fund Here 1918
Three Grand Rapids Boys Ill At Custer With Spanish "Flu" 1918
Three Hundred Given Send-off 1918
Three Influenza Deaths 1918
Three Influenza Deaths 1918
Three Influenza Don'ts Announced By Dr. Hassler 1918
Three Milwaukeeans Die Of Influenza 1918
Three Months' "Flu" Campaign Planned 1919
Three More Cases Of Grip Reported 1918
Three More Deaths Caused By Influenza 1918
Three More Deaths in Federalsburg 1918
Three More Down With Influenza 1918
Three More Flu Victims 1918
Three More Influenza Cases In Schenectady 1918
Three More Soldiers Die Of Epidemic Influenza 1918
Three New "Flu" Cases; Forty-Seven in All in City 1919
Three New Influ Cases Reported 1918
Three Rhode Island Communities Close Schools During Epidemic 1918
Three Shot In Row Over "Flu" Mask 1918
Three Shot In Struggle With Mask Slacker 1918
Three Shots, Two Bits, Price Of Anti-Flu Dope 1918
Throat of Driver Slashed 1918
Throngs Attend City Churches 1918
Throngs Jam Theaters When Ban Is Lifted 1918
"Throw Out the Life Line" 1918
Tide Of Epidemic Still Unsettled 1918
Tide Of Flu On Ebb Now 1918
Tightening Up On Quarantine Web 1918
Time Extended For Induction Into S. A. T. C. 1918
Time For Caution, Not Alarm 1918
A Time To Stand Pat 1918
Timely Precaution 1918
Timely Topics In Health Bulletin 1918
Tipplers Fined For Disobeying Mayor's Orders 1918
Title of Mr. And Mrs. Santa Claus Is Given Base Hospital Visitors 1918
To Aid Families Of Epidemic Victims 1919
To Aid In Hospitals 1918
To All Telephone Users 1918
To Ask Arrest, Says Pomeroy 1918
To Avoid Influenza 1918
To Avoid Spanish Influenza, Which Is Like Grippe 1918
To Bar Children With Colds From Schools 1918
To Be No Let Up In Restrictions 1918
To Begin Payment of Teachers' Pay for "Flu" Period 1918
To Care For Flu Victims 1918
To Carry Flu Facts To All 1918
To Change Workers' Hours As Influenza Preventative 1918
To Chapter Home Service Sections 1918
To Check Influenza 1918
To Check Influenza 1918
To Check Influenza Stay At Home And Call A Physician 1918
To Clamp Down Flu Lid 1919
To Close "Flu" Hospital 1918
To Close Red Cross Hospital Nov. 13 1918
To Close Schools And Theaters To Check Influenza 1918
To Combat Flu By Saving Coal 1918
To Combat Influenza 1918
To Combat Influenza with a New Serum 1918
To Confer On Spanish Flu 1918
To Confer On Spanish Influenza Fight 1918
To Consider Closing of All Churches 1918
To Consider Closing Schools of Dallas 1918
To Consider Opening Of L. D. S. University 1919
To Continue Flu Work 1918
To Control Influenza 1918
To Cover Up Each Cough And Sneeze 1918
To Cut Christmas Holiday 1918
To Decide on "Flu" Ban 1918
To Decide On "Flu" Ban 1918
To Decide On School Re-Opening 1918
To defend city's health 1918
To Destroy Books 1918
To Enforce Strictly Store Opening Order 1918
To Enlarge Scope Of Red Cross Work 1918
To Escape Influenza 1918
To Establish Influenza Hospital For City 1918
To Every Woman in Oakland The Red Cross Needs You! 1918
To Extend School Day After Jan. 6 1918
To fight Spanish grip 1918
To Fight the Epidemic 1918
To Furnish Record For The Red Cross 1918
To Guard against Future Epidemics 1918
To Guard against Spanish Influenza 1918
To Guard Shipbuilding 1918
To Help Crush Fly Epidemic 1918
To Help Fight Scourge 1918
To Help Food Inspector 1918
To Help State Fight Epidemic 1918
To Hold School Friday 1918
To Honor Memory Of Dead At Camp 1918
To Isolate Sufferers From Fluie 1918
To Keep Schools Closed 1918
To Keep Schools Open For Children's Safety 1918
To Keep the Influenza Away 1918
To Kiss or Not to Kiss (Through the Periscope) 1918
To Lift Kansas Side Ban 1918
To Lift The Ban 1918
To Limit Civilian Visiting In Camp 1918
To List Cases At "U" 1919
To Mask Or Not To Mask 1918
To Mask Or Not To Mask, Now Agitating Police 1918
To Nurses And Other Red Cross Workers [1918]
To Open Battle On Influenza 1918
To Open Churches And Schools Here Despite Dr. Royer 1918
To Open Circulation Department of Library 1918
To Open Hospital In Greendale Park 1918
To Open Public Serum Stations 1918
To Organize Flying Squad To Probe Flu 1918
To Organize Health Boards in School Districts of State 1918
To Our Subscribers 1919
To Pasteurize All Milk 1918
To Pinch Hosts Who Break City Influenza Rule 1918
To Preserve Order When Ban Is Raised 1918
To Prevent Congestion 1918
To Prevent Epidemic Of Spanish Influenza 1918
To Prevent Influenza 1918
To Prevent Influenza 1918
To Prevent Pneumonia 1919
To Quarantine All Flu Cases 1918
To Quarantine All Suspects 1918
To Quarantine Flu 1918
To Reopen 17 Of City Schools Monday 1919
To School New Year's Day 1918
To Sell Flu Masks Preceding Services 1918
To Shut Schools Three Days For Thanksgiving 1918
To Stop Influenza 1919
To Study Influenza 1919
To Study Influenza In Houston 1918
To: Surgeon General Blue, Re: Influenza 1918
To Tell Of Influenza 1918
To The Chairman Of The Chapter, Subject: Influenza Preparedness 1919
To The Chairman Of The Chapter, Subject: Red Cross Plan of Preparedness For A Recurrence of an Influenza Epidemic 1919
To The Chairmen of the Chapter and Chapter Committee on Influenza 1918
To The Owners Of Automobiles 1918
To The People of Iowa, Re: Spanish Influenza 1918
"To The People of San Francisco," Letter from Mayor James Rolph, Jr. 1918
To the Physicians of Oakland 1918
To Use Detention Hospital 1918
To Wage War On Influenza 1918
To Watch School Children For Influenza Symptoms 1918
To Wear Masks At Drill 1918
To Wear Masks at Red Cross Meetings 1918
Tobacco Auction Closed 1918
Today 1st With No Flu Cases, No Deaths 1919
Today's Report Shows Total Of 143 Cases 1918
Toledo Chapter, American Red Cross, Report of A. L. Spitzer, Chairman At Adjourned Annual Meeting at Memorial Hall, November fifteenth, nineteen hundred and eighteen 1918
The Toledo City Journal 1921 Health Report 1921
Toledo Doctors Let Out To Help Fight "Flu" 1918
Toledo Doctors To Come Home 1918
Toledo Is Warned Of Influnza 1918
Toledo Will Have Doctors To Fight Flu 1918
Toll of 'Flu' at Meade Increases 1918
Toll Of Death From Epidemic Larger In City 1918
Toll Of Deaths From Influenza Continues; New Cases Decreasing 1918
Toll Passes 1,000 Mark 1918
Toll Taken By Influenza 1918
Tomorrow Circus Comes To Town 1918
Tomorrow Last Day For Canteen Work Directed By House Of Allies 1918
Tomorrow To See End Of Ban In City 1918
Too Many Clothes—And Often Too Few—Will Give IT to You! 1918
Too Much Typhoid Here, He Declares 1918
Too Much Visiting Of Sick People 1918
Too Much Visiting Over The Telephone 1918
Total 670 Cases in Two Days 1918
Total Cases Of Influenza Here Now 267 1918
Total Flu Cases In County Over Twelve Hundred 1918
Total Flu Cases Now Nearly 1,100 1918
Total Flu Toll At Camp Is 575 1918
Total Influenza Cases For The Past Week Was 1816 1918
Total Influenza Cases For The Past Week Was 1818 1918
Total Of 1000 Grip Cases In City 1918
Total Of Week's Deaths Was 250 1918
Tots Barred From Crowds 1918
Tots Made Orphans by Ravages of "Flu" Come as Christmas Gifts to New Homes 1918
Tourist Service In Tabernacle Sunday 1918
Towels and Kerchiefs 1918
Towels Authorized For Public Schools 1918
Towns' Influenza Bans Being Lifted 1918
Towns Report Fewer Cases Of Influenza 1918
Tracking Influenza Germ 1919
Trade and travel back to old hours 1918
Trade Hours Set to Stem Spanish Influenza Here 1918
Traeger aid and woman held for flu nurse farce 1918
Train Teachers To Guard Health Of Children 1918
Trained Nurse In Charge 1918
Training Detachment Is Under Quarantine 1918
Training School Cases Decrease 1918
Transfer of Patients from Clarke and Lewis Halls, University of Washington 1918
Travis Reports Fourteen Deaths From Pneumonia 1918
Treasurer Planning To Avoid Crowding 1918
Treasury Hit By Epidemic Of "Flu" 1919
Treating and Mistreating the Flu 1919
The Treatment of Lobar Pneumonia with an Anti-Pneumococcus Serum 1918
Treatment of Pneumonia 1918
Trenton, December, 1918 1918
Trenton, February, 1919 1919
Tries To Get Ban Lifted 1918
Trip Halted by Grippe 1918
Triple Campaign To Stamp Out 'Flu' 1918
Triple Force On Monday To Quarantine Influenza 1918
Trojan Service Is Done In Epidemic 1918
Troops Guard North Shore In Influenza Quarantine 1918
The Truth About Influenza 1918
Try To Avert Closing Of Theatres 1918
Try Vaccination For Influenza 1918
Trying to Check Grippe 1918
Tuberculosis Society Tells Of Its Anti-Influenza Work 1919
Tuesday Reports Show Increase Of Influenza 1918
Tuesday's Toll The Lowest During Epidemic 1918
Tulane Classes, Except Drill, Are Off 'Till Oct. 17 1918
Tulane Quarantine Lifted And All Classes Resume 1918
Tulane's Football Program Cancelled; Will Play, However 1918
Tuohey And Cardell May Be First To Enter Ring After "Flu" Ban Is Lifted 1918
Turn in the Flu Tide 1918
Turn Schools Into Grip Hospitals; Soda Founts Closed 1918
Turns Down Plea To Open Schools Before Monday 1918
Twelfth Convict Is "Flu" Victim 1919
Twelve Albany Nurses Leave To Assist Boston 1918
Twelve Cases Of Influenza Listed 1918
Twelve Cases Only Of 'Flu,' Is Report 1919
Twelve Deaths At Frederick 1918
Twelve Deaths From Influenza 1918
Twelve Deaths In Past 24 Hours 1918
Twelve Deaths On South Side Of Spanish Flu 1918
Twelve Firemen Have Flu 1919
Twelve 'Flu' Cases In Daily Report 1919
Twelve 'Flu' Cases In Report Of Day 1919
Twelve Ill at Simmons 1918
Twelve Influenza Cases Are Reported Wednesday 1918
Twelve More Dead From Pneumonia In City-Wide Epidemic 1918
Twelve New Cases Of Flu; Three Die 1919
Twelve Persons Die Of Influenza In Two Days 1918
Twentieth Annual Report Of The Commissioner, November 1, 1919 1919
Twentieth Report Of The Board Of Health Of The State Of Delaware For the Two Years ending December 31, 1920 [1919 - 1920] 1920
Twenty Cases Of New Influenza In Birmingham Now 1918
Twenty Coal Mines Shut Down Account Influenza Epidemic 1918
Twenty Deaths From Influenza 1918
Twenty Deaths Influenza Toll 1918
Twenty-Eight Cases Of 'Flu' Reported 1919
Twenty-eight Cases Reported Today 1918
Twenty-eight New Cases of Influenza Reported 1919
Twenty-Eighth Report Of The State Board Of Health Of Wisconsin For The Term Ending June 30, 1920 With Report of the State Bureau of Vital Statistics for the Calendar Years of 1918 and 1919 1919
Twenty-Fifth Biennial Report Of The State Board Of Health Of California For The Fiscal Years from July 1, 1916, to June 30, 1918 1918
Twenty-First Annual Report Of The Commissioner, November 1, 1920 1920
Twenty-First Report Of The Board Of Health Of The State Of Delaware For the Two Years Ending December 31, 1922 [1921 - 1922] 1922
Twenty "Flu" Cases At Lynchburg 1918
Twenty-Four Cases Of 'Flu' Reported 1919
Twenty-Four Die From Influenza 1918
Twenty-Four New Cases Reported 1918
Twenty-Fourth (Fourteen Biennial) Report Of The State Board of Health Of The State Of Vermont From January 1, 1922 To December 31, 1923 Being The First Biennial Report Of The Department Of Public Health 1923
Twenty Influenza Cases Reported 1919
Twenty Influenza Deaths Reported 1918
Twenty Influenza Deaths Reported 1918
Twenty More Cases Of Influenza Found 1918
Twenty New Cases of Influenza Reported 1918
Twenty-Ninth Annual Report for Year Ending December 31, 1918, The Visiting Nurse Association of Chicago 1918
Twenty-Ninth Annual Report Of The State Board of Health of Florida 1917, Approved By The Board In Annual Session, April 18, 1918 1918
Twenty-Ninth Annual Report Upon The Births, Marriages, Divorces and Deaths In The State Of Maine For The Year Ending December 31, 1920 1920
Twenty-One Deaths, Toll Of Influenza 1918
Twenty-One Flu Cases Reported 1919
Twenty-Second {Twelfth Biennial} Report Of The State Board Of Health Of The State Of Vermont From January 1, 1918 to December 31, 1919 1919
Twenty-seventh Biennial Report Of The State Board of Health of California for the Fiscal Years from July 1, 1920, to June 30, 1922 1922
Twenty-Seventh Report (Thirteenth Biennial) Of The State Board of Health Of The State Of New Hampshire For The Fiscal Period Ending June 30, 1922 1922
Twenty-Seventh Report (Thirteenth Biennial) Relating To The Registration And Return of Births, Marriages, Divorces and Deaths In New Hampshire For The Years 1918 And 1919 1919
Twenty-Seventh Report Of The State Board Of Health Of Wisconsin For The Term Ending June 30, 1918 With Report of the State Bureau of Vital Statistics for the Calendar Years of 1916 and 1917 1917
Twenty-Six Die From Influenza 1918
Twenty-Six Grippe Deaths in Boston 1918
Twenty-Sixth Annual Report Upon The Births, Marriages, Divorces and Deaths In The State Of Maine For The Year Ending December 31, 1917 1917
Twenty-Sixth Biennial Report Of The State Board Of Health Of California For The Fiscal Years from July 1, 1918, to June 30, 1920 1920
Twenty-Sixth Report (Twelfth Biennial) Relating To The Registration And Return Of Births, Marriages, Divorces And Deaths In New Hampshire For The Years 1916 And 1917 1917
Twenty-Sixth Report (Twelfth Biennial) Of The State Board of Health Of The State Of New Hampshire For The Fiscal Period Ending August 31, 1920 1920
Twenty-Third {Thirteenth Biennial} Report Of The State Board of Health Of The State Of Vermont From January 1, 1920 To December 31, 1921 1921
Twenty-Three Cases Of 'Flu' Reported 1919
Twenty-three Influenza Cases Are Reported 1918
Twenty-Two Cases Of Flu Reported 1919
Twenty-Two Families Being Cared For By Relief Committee At House Of Allies 1918
Twenty-Two Is Late Toll Of Epidemic 1918
Twenty-two New Cases of Influenza 1918
Twenty-Two New Influenza Cases And Three Deaths 1918
Twin Cities Epidemic Now Appears Checked 1918
Twins Succumb To Influenza 1918
Two Buffalo Boys Die of Pneumonia in Camp 1918
Two Cases Are Postponed 1918
Two City Courts Resume Sessions 1918
Two-Day Influenza Total 89, With Death Rate High 1918
Two-Day Report On Flu Epidemic Runs Up Figures 1918
Two Days' Report Shows Over 170 Cases Of Influenza 1918
Two Dead Of "Flu;" Seven Ill 1918
Two Deaths At Camp 1918
Two Deaths From "Flu" 1919
Two Deaths From Influenza 1918
Two Deaths From Influenza 1919
Two Deaths From Influenza In Day 1918
Two Deaths From Influenza Reported 1919
Two Deaths From Influenza, Report 1918
Two Deaths Of Influenza Reported In City For Day 1919
Two Deaths Reported 1919
Two Deaths Reported Due To Influenza 1919
Two Deaths Result From Pneumonia 1918
Two Deaths Toll; 50 New Cases 1918
Two Deaths Wednesday Result From Influenza; 28 New Cases Reported 1918
Two Deaths, 13 Cases Of Influenza Reported 1919
Two Deaths, 52 New "Flu" Cases Saturday 1918
Two Deaths, 58 New Cases 1918
Two Die and 23 New Plague Cases 1918
Two Die From Influenza 1919
Two Die In Brookline 1918
Two Die of Flu 1919
Two Die Of Influenza 1918
Two Die Of Plague In 24-Hour Period 1919
Two Die Suddenly; Influenza Victims 1919
Two District Men Die 1918
Two Dormitories Closed On Account Of Influenza 1918
Two Engagements Are Cancelled 1918
Two Flu Cases; 2 Deaths Reported 1919
The Two-Foot Rule 1918
Two Hospitals Will Be Closed This Week 1918
Two Hotels And A Dry Goods Store Violate 'Flu' Quarantine Rule 1918
Two Hundred and Eightieth Meeting, Johns Hopkins Medical Faculty Minutes 1918
Two Hundred New Flu Cases Show In Last Two Days 1918
Two In Family Die From Grip 1918
Two Influenza Deaths At Camp Zachary Taylor 1918
Two Influenza Fighters Jailed And Their Booze Goes to Sick 1918
Two letters, To: J. A. A. Burnquist, From: H. M. Bracken 1918
Two Men Die At Training School No. 2 Of Pneumonia 1918
Two More Cases Of Influenza Reported 1919
Two More Deaths At Annapolis 1918
Two More Deaths In City 1918
Two More Die From Influenza 1918
Two More Die From Influenza 1918
Two More Soldiers Died at Syracuse 1918
Two More Soldiers from Albany Died of Influenza 1918
Two More Soldiers Succumb to Plague 1918
Two More St. Louisans In Navy Dead From Influenza 1918
Two More St. Louisans In Navy Die Of Influenza 1918
Two More Unite With Elks' Staff Of Medical Men 1918
Two More Victims 1918
Two New "Flu" Cases In Report Of Day 1919
Two Protests Against Closing of Churches 1918
Two "Recess" Periods A Day For War Clerks 1918
Two Regulations Left On Influenza Ban 1919
Two Schools Close Because Of Lack Of Heat 1918
Two Schools Closed By "Flu" 1918
Two Soldiers Are Influenza Victims 1918
Two Soldiers Die At State College 1918
Two Soldiers Here May Have Influenza 1918
Two Soldiers Seriously Ill With Influenza 1918
Two State Draft Quotas Withheld By Influenza Ban 1918
Two Suspected Cases Influenza Are Found in S. F. 1918
Ty Cobb Will Be Seen At Boulevard Park Oct. 14, Influenza Situation Permitting 1918
Typhoid Caused By Milk 1918
Typhoid Fever Follows "Flu" 1918
Typhoid Fever in the New Extension 1919
Typhoid Fever Is on Decrease Here 1919
Typhoid Inoculations 1918

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