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Register of the Karl Friedrich Meyer Miscellaneous Papers, 1928?-1947
MSS 47-8  
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Box Box 1, Folder Folder 1

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Folder Folder 2

Botulismus. Ca. 1928. [117] l. Typescript. Published in Handbuch de pathogenen Mikroorganismen, edited by W. Kolle, r. Kraus, and P. Uhlenhuth, v. 4:2, Vienna : Gustav Fischer, 1928, p. 1269-1364.

Folder Folder 3

Communicable diseases of laboratory animals. Ca. 1928. [55] l. Typescript. Published as Chapter 45 in The newer knowledge of bacteriology and immunology, edited by Edwin O. Jordan and I. S. Falk, Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1928, p. 607-638.

Folder Folder 4

Spontaneous infections of wild rats due to B. pseudotuberculosis rodentium (Pfeiffer), by K. F. Meyer and A. P. Batchelder. Ca. 1928. [20] l. Edited typescript (in English). Published in Collection of papers dedicated to Prof. S. I. Zlatogoroff in commemoration of his thirtieth year of scientific activity, 1928, p. 186-194 (in Russian).

Folder Folder 5

Illustration, "Epidemiology of relapsing fever" [by Ralph Sweet]. Ca. 1936. 5 x 7 in. Reduced photographic print of a chart which, as a lantern slide, was used by Dr. Meyer to illustrate his class lectures on epidemiology in the Curricula of Public Health, Berkeley campus, 1936-1939. One of many similar charts drawn by Sweet.

Folder Folder 6

Discussion. Ca. 1940. [8] l. Typescript carbon copy. Unpublished. Summarizes in part Dr. Meyer's Harvey Lecture of 1939. Used as an outline for several talks to groups interested in either biology or public health, 1940-1941.

Folder Folder 7

Address by K. F. Meyer, President, Western Branch American Public Health Association, San Francisco, May 27, 1947. Mimeograph paper. [21] l. 2 copies. Published as "Presidential address" in Annual of the Western Branch, American Public Health Association, 1947, p. 1-11.