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Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 2/149
Scope and Contents Two addresses by Truman Squire Potter, "Respiratory disease parasites respire themselves and can be suffocated", (typescript, 10 p.), [ca. 1943], and "A pickle for a parasite", (typescript, 3 p.), [ca. 1943]; both concern research on vaccination against tuberculosis using asphyxiated mycobacterium tuberculosis. Includes press release, 1943 Dec. 3, concerning Potter’s work at Laboratory of Preventive Medicine of the University of Chicago.
Identifier: MSS 2/191
Scope and Contents Describes Park’s work with globulin, 25 Sept. [1900?].
Dates: circa 1900