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COLLECTION Identifier: H MS c23

Clarence James Gamble papers, 1920-1970s

The Clarence James Gamble Papers, 1920-1970s, are the product of Gamble's activities in the development and testing of contraceptive methods, changing attitudes of the medical and health professions, legislative reform and education of the public, governmental involvement on local and national levels, and demographic studies in developing countries after the post-World War II population explosion. The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, conference papers, financial data, newsletters, and other records resulting from the establishment, direction, and financing of programs by Gamble to advance the cause of population control through organizations such as the National Committee on Maternal Health, American Birth Control League, Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau, Birth Control Federation, Planned Parenthood Federation, and International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Dates

  • 1920-1970s

Language of Materials

English

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Extent

268 boxes

The Clarence J. Gamble Archive in the Countway Library of Harvard Medical School is a major collection of correspondence and related materials devoted to the subject of population control. Dr. Gamble has been ranked along with Margaret Sanger and Dr. Robert L. Dickinson as one of the three major figures in American birth control during its most crucial years of change.* Gamble was an indefatigable letter-writer and his correspondence is a rich source of day-to-day information about what was going on with the development and testing of contraceptive methods, changing attitudes of the medical and health professions, legislative reform and education of the public, governmental involvement on local and national levels, and demographic studies in the Third World after the post-World War II population explosion.

Dr. Gamble's papers were presented to the Countway Library in 1970 by his wife Sarah, and the Gamble children. The vast collection (estimated at well over 100,000 pieces) has been processed over a period of years and is now contained in a total of 266 manuscript boxes, plus addenda. Highlights of Dr. Gamble's career are given in the accompanying chronology, which is followed by a list of his publications and outline of the archive's arrangement. A detailed folder-by-folder description of the papers makes up the main body of this Inventory, and there is a selected index of correspondents at the end.

Biography

Clarence Gamble was born into one of America's wealthiest mercantile families (Proctor & Gamble) and was educated at Princeton University and Harvard Medical School. A man with a mission for using his considerable wealth and intellectual expertise for the good of mankind, Gamble devoted his life to "The Great Cause"--his goal of making each and every child birth the result of a conscious decision on the part of responsible parents.** From the late 1920s until his death in 1966, Gamble took part in almost every important gain in behalf of planned parenthood: initiating, directing, or financing a considerable number of programs advancing the cause of population control. As his efforts to work through and with the professional organizations in the field left much to be desired, Gamble eventually formed the Pathfinder Fund, which served as a family foundation for the remainder of his lifetime, but has since acquired a highly competent professional staff which advises and works with major worldwide family planning agencies.

* James Reed centers his book, From Private Vice to Public Virtue: The Birth Control Movement and American Society Since 1830 (New York: Basic Books Inc., 1978) around the efforts of Sanger, Dickinson, and Gamble.

** A full-length biography, Every Child a Wanted Child: Clarence James Gamble, M.D., and his Work in the Birth Control Movement (Boston: Countway Library Associates, 1978) has been written by Doone and Greer Williams and edited by Emily P. Flint. Both the Williams and Reed books have drawn heavily on the papers in the Gamble Archive.

Clarence J. Gamble -- Chronology
  • 1894 born on January 10 at Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 1910 graduated from Occidental Academy, Pasadena, California
  • 1910-1911 spent freshman year at Occidental College
  • 1911-1914 attended Princeton University and was awarded Litt. B. magna cum laude
  • 1914-1915 worked for California State Commission on Immigrants and Housing
  • 1915-1916 returned to Princeton University and received M.A. degree in the biological sciences
  • 1916-1920 attended Harvard Medical School and was awarded M.D. degree
  • 1920-1922 served 18-month internship under Dr. Richard C. Cabot at Massachusetts General Hospital
  • 1922 suffered multiple injuries in private airplane crash in July
  • 1923 began work in the Laboratory of Pharmacology at the University of Pennsylvania under Dr. A. N. Richards
  • 1924 married Sarah Bradley on June 21
  • 1925-1928 worked with Dr. Isaac Starr, Jr., on studies of cardiac output
  • 1929 beginning of birth control activities: became associated with Philadelphia clinic; helped to establish maternal Health Clinic and Committee in Cincinnati
  • 1930 sent Elsie Wulkop to Detroit for birth control organization
  • 1932-1933 served as chairman of the board of Philadelphia Maternal Health Centers
  • 1933 began term as president of Pennsylvania Birth Control Federation
  • 1934 provided funding for Standards Program of the National Committee for Maternal Health (NCMH)
  • 1935 provided funding for the R.L. Dickinson Research Fellowship at New York University through NCMH; initiated contraceptive field test at Logan, West Virginia, under sponsorship of NCMH; became associated with the American Birth Control League
  • 1936 sent Phyllis Page to Puerto Rico for birth control organization and to Berea, Kentucky, for contraceptive project
  • 1937 became associated with Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau; began conducting spermicidal times laboratory tests with R.L. Brown
  • 1938 moved from Philadelphia to Milton, Massachusetts; helped to initiate first state public health contraceptive program in North Carolina
  • 1939-1941 served on Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Birth Control Federation of America
  • 1942 continued service on Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Planned Parenthood Federation of America; appointed instructor in physical diagnosis at Harvard Medical School
  • 1944 began work in behalf of sterilization as a means of birth control through Birthright, Inc.
  • 1946 proposed experiment in population control in Puerto Rico; became director of the Population Reference Bureau's College Project
  • 1947-1948 worked in behalf of sterilization through the Human Betterment Leagues of North Carolina and Iowa
  • 1948 attended International Conference on Population and World Resources at Cheltenham, England
  • 1949 established Human Betterment Federation for work in behalf of sterilization through state leagues; helped with family planning study initiated by Dr. Yoshio Koya in Japan
  • 1950 publication of Human Sterilization (with Dr. R.L. Dickinson)
  • 1951 proposed pilot study to test control of population growth in India (later known as India-Harvard-Ludhiana Project or Khanna Study)
  • 1952 appointed research associate in anatomy at Harvard Medical School
  • 1953-1954 first and second field trips by C.J. and R.B. Gamble
  • 1954 sponsored tests of Dr. Sanyal's oral contraceptive in India; attempted to channel family planning efforts through the International Planned Parenthood Association (IPPF); hired Margaret Roots and Edith Gates as NCMH field representatives in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East
  • 1956 helped arrange for oral contraceptive tests at Ryder Memorial Hospital, Humacao, Puerto Rico
  • 1957-1958 established the Pathfinder Fund
  • 1958 appointed research associate in population studies at Harvard School of Public Health
  • 1961 IUD added to Ryder Hospital Project in Puerto Rico; separate department of population problems proposed at Harvard School of Public Health
  • 1962 IUD mailings initiated by Pathfinder Fund
  • 1964 David Burlson hired to supervise Pathfinder's worldwide IUD project
  • 1965-1966 plans for future direction of Pathfinder Fund prompted by CJG's failing health
  • 1966 died on July 15 at Kennebec Point, Maine
Clarence J. Gamble -- Chronology
1894
born on January 10 at Cincinnati, Ohio
1910
graduated from Occidental Academy, Pasadena, California
1910-1911
spent freshman year at Occidental College
1911-1914
attended Princeton University and was awarded Litt. B. magna cum laude
1914-1915
worked for California State Commission on Immigrants and Housing
1915-1916
returned to Princeton University and received M.A. degree in the biological sciences
1916-1920
attended Harvard Medical School and was awarded M.D. degree
1920-1922
served 18-month internship under Dr. Richard C. Cabot at Massachusetts General Hospital
1922
suffered multiple injuries in private airplane crash in July
1923
began work in the Laboratory of Pharmacology at the University of Pennsylvania under Dr. A. N. Richards
1924
married Sarah Bradley on June 21
1925-1928
worked with Dr. Isaac Starr, Jr., on studies of cardiac output
1929
beginning of birth control activities: became associated with Philadelphia clinic; helped to establish maternal Health Clinic and Committee in Cincinnati
1930
sent Elsie Wulkop to Detroit for birth control organization
1932-1933
served as chairman of the board of Philadelphia Maternal Health Centers
1933
began term as president of Pennsylvania Birth Control Federation
1934
provided funding for Standards Program of the National Committee for Maternal Health (NCMH)
1935
provided funding for the R.L. Dickinson Research Fellowship at New York University through NCMH; initiated contraceptive field test at Logan, West Virginia, under sponsorship of NCMH; became associated with the American Birth Control League
1936
sent Phyllis Page to Puerto Rico for birth control organization and to Berea, Kentucky, for contraceptive project
1937
became associated with Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau; began conducting spermicidal times laboratory tests with R.L. Brown
1938
moved from Philadelphia to Milton, Massachusetts; helped to initiate first state public health contraceptive program in North Carolina
1939-1941
served on Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Birth Control Federation of America
1942
continued service on Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Planned Parenthood Federation of America; appointed instructor in physical diagnosis at Harvard Medical School
1944
began work in behalf of sterilization as a means of birth control through Birthright, Inc.
1946
proposed experiment in population control in Puerto Rico; became director of the Population Reference Bureau's College Project
1947-1948
worked in behalf of sterilization through the Human Betterment Leagues of North Carolina and Iowa
1948
attended International Conference on Population and World Resources at Cheltenham, England
1949
established Human Betterment Federation for work in behalf of sterilization through state leagues; helped with family planning study initiated by Dr. Yoshio Koya in Japan
1950
publication of Human Sterilization (with Dr. R.L. Dickinson)
1951
proposed pilot study to test control of population growth in India (later known as India-Harvard-Ludhiana Project or Khanna Study)
1952
appointed research associate in anatomy at Harvard Medical School
1953-1954
first and second field trips by C.J. and R.B. Gamble
1954
sponsored tests of Dr. Sanyal's oral contraceptive in India; attempted to channel family planning efforts through the International Planned Parenthood Association (IPPF); hired Margaret Roots and Edith Gates as NCMH field representatives in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East
1956
helped arrange for oral contraceptive tests at Ryder Memorial Hospital, Humacao, Puerto Rico
1957-1958
established the Pathfinder Fund
1958
appointed research associate in population studies at Harvard School of Public Health
1961
IUD added to Ryder Hospital Project in Puerto Rico; separate department of population problems proposed at Harvard School of Public Health
1962
IUD mailings initiated by Pathfinder Fund
1964
David Burlson hired to supervise Pathfinder's worldwide IUD project
1965-1966
plans for future direction of Pathfinder Fund prompted by CJG's failing health
1966
died on July 15 at Kennebec Point, Maine

Series and Subseries in the Collection

  1. I. State Correspondence and Records, 1930s-1960s. Boxes 1-44
  2. II. Puerto Rico Correspondence and Records, 1936-1966, undated. Boxes 45-57
  3. III. Countries Correspondence and Records, 1927-1965. Boxes 58-127, 268
  4. IV. Birth Control and Planned Parenthood Organizations Correspondence and Related Records, 1933-1966. Boxes 128-157
  5. ___ A. American Birth Control League Records, 1934-1938, undated. Box 128
  6. ___ B. Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau Correspondence and Records, 1936-1938, undated. Boxes 129-133
  7. ___ C. Birth Control Federation of America Correspondence and Records, 1938-1942. Boxes 134-141
  8. ___ D. Planned Parenthood Federation of America Correspondence and Records, 1942-1966. Boxes 142-148
  9. ___E. International Planned Parenthood Federation Records, 1950-1966. Boxes 149-157
  10. ______ 1. Correspondence and Records, 1950-1966
  11. ______ 2. Conference Reports and Papers, 1953-1964
  12. V. Organization and Field Workers Correspondence and Records, 1926-1966, undated. Boxes 158-189
  13. ___ A. National Committee on Maternal Health Correspondence and Records, 1926-1965, undated. Boxes 158-169
  14. ___ B. Pathfinder Fund Correspondence and Records, 1957-1966, undated. Boxes 170-181
  15. ___C. Field Workers Correspondence and Records, 1954-1966. Boxes 182-189
  16. ______ 1. Margaret F. Roots Correspondence and Records, 1954-1966
  17. ______ 2. Edith M. Gates Correspondence and Records, 1954-1960
  18. ______ 3. Edna R. McKinnon Correspondence and Records, 1960-1966
  19. ______ 4. Sarah Lewis Correspondence and Records, 1957-1966
  20. ______ 5. Ruth Martin Correspondence and Records, 1960-1964
  21. ______ 6. Charles and Bernardine Zukoski Correspondence and Records, 1962-1966
  22. VI. Individual and Corporate Correspondence, 1937-1965. Boxes 190-198
  23. VII. Contraceptive Research and Supplies Correspondence and Records, 1933, 1935-1960s, undated. Boxes 199-224
  24. ___ A. Contraceptive Research Records, 1933, 1935-1960s. Boxes 199-215
  25. ___ B. Margaret Sanger Research Bureau Records, 1940-1966, undated. Boxes 216-219
  26. ___ C. Population Council Correspondence and Records, 1953-1966. Box 220
  27. ___ D. Contraceptive Supplies Correspondence, 1938, 1950-1965. Boxes 221-224
  28. VIII. Sterilization, College Birth Rates, and Population Issues Correspondence and Related Records, 1933-1940, 1943-1960s undated. Boxes 225-236
  29. ___ A. Sterilization Records, 1945-1960s. Boxes 225-229
  30. ___ B. Birthright, Inc. and Human Betterment Association Records, 1943-1960s, undated. Boxes 230-232
  31. ___C. College Birth Rate and Population Reference Bureau Correspondence and Related Records, 1933-1940, 1945-1962, undated. Boxes 233-236
  32. ______ 1. College Birth Rate Correspondence and Records, 1933-1940, 1945-1957, undated
  33. ______ 2. Population Reference Bureau Records, 1938-1940, 1945-1962
  34. IX. Chronological Files, 1920s-1970s, undated. Boxes 237-250
  35. ___ A. General Correspondence, 1933-1965. Box 237
  36. ___ B. Miscellaneous Records, 1929-1966. Box 238
  37. ___C. Press Clippings and Publications, 1938-1970s
  38. ______ 1. Press Clippings, 1959-1965
  39. ______2. Publications Records, 1938, 1940-1970s 240-241
  40. _________ a. Abstracts, 1938, 1940-1968
  41. _________ b. Cardfile bibliography of CJG Publications, 1920s-1964
  42. _________ c. Printed matter and literature, 1960s-1970s, undated. Boxes 242-250
  43. X. Personal and Biographical Files, 1920-1961, undated. Boxes 251-266
  44. XI. Addenda, 1935-1939, 1947-1966, undated. Box 267

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The Clarence Gamble Papers were donated to the Harvard Medical Library in the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine by Gamble's wife, Sarah, and the Gamble children in 1970.

Related Papers in the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Center for the History of Medicine

Clarence J. Gamble -- Bibliography

  • 1924: "Multiple electrical stethoscope and electrical filters as aids to diagnosis," JAMA, 83:1230-1232.
  • 1925: (with O.H.P. Pepper and G.P. Muller) "Postencephalitic tic of the diaphragm," JAMA, 85:1485-1487.
  • 1927:
  • ___"Failure of therapeutic malaria in treatment of leukemia," JAMA, 88:87-90.
  • ___(with Isaac Starr, Jr.) "Method for determination of minute amounts of ethyl iodide in air, water, and blood by means of its reaction with silver nitrate," Journal of Biological Chemistry, 71:509-535.
  • ___1928:
  • ______(with Isaac Starr, Jr.) "An improved method for the determination of cardiac output in man by means of ethyl iodide," American Journal of Physiology, 87:450-473.
  • ______(with Isaac Starr, Jr.) "Behavior of ethyl iodide in the body," American Journal of Physiology, 87:474-485.
  • ___1936:
  • ______(with J.S. Donal, Jr.) "Cardiac output in man," American Journal of Physiology, 116:495-504.
  • ______(with Leo Shedlovsky and Gilbert W. Beebe) "Desirable properties and important ingredients of contraceptive jellies," Journal of Contraception, 1:203-208.
  • ___1937: (with Gilbert W. Beebe) "The clinical effectiveness of lactic acid jelly as a contraceptive," American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 194:79-84.
  • ___1938:
  • ______"A note on the clinical significance of paraformaldehyde in contraceptive foam powders," Journal of Contraception, 3:13.
  • ______"Birth control in a state public health program," Journal of Contraception, 3:14.
  • ______"Contraception as a public health measure," Transactions, Medical Society of the State of North Carolina, 1938.
  • ______(with Gilbert W. Beebe) "The effect of contraception upon human fertility," Human Biology, 10:372-387.
  • ______(with Jose Beleval and Charis Gould) "The effectiveness of contraceptive advice among the underprivileged of Puerto Rico," Journal of Contraception, 3:224-227.
  • ______(with Isaac Starr, J.S. Donal, and L.H. Collins) "Estimations of the work of the heart during and between attacks of angina pectoris," Journal of Clinical Investigation, 17:287-291.
  • ___1940:
  • ______(with Royal L. Brown) "A method of testing the relative spermicidal effectiveness of contraceptives, and its application to ten commercial products," Human Fertility, 5:97-108.
  • ______(with Gilbert W. Beebe) "Clinical contraceptive results in a small series of patients," JAMA, 115:1451-1454.
  • ___1941: (with Royal L. Brown) "The comparative spermicidal powers of fifteen commercial contraceptives," Human Fertility, 6:1-7.
  • ___1943:
  • ______(with Royal L. Brown) "Factors influencing survival time of human spermatozoa in solution of potassium acid phthalate, Human Fertility, 8:4-8.
  • ______(with Royal L. Brown) "Studies of spermicidal times of contraceptive materials," Human Fertility, 8:9-17.
  • ___1944:
  • ______(with Bernard Becker) "The spermicidal times of samples of commercial contraceptives secured in 1943," Human Fertility, 9:6-11.
  • ______(with Christopher Tietze) "The condom as a contraceptive method in public health work," Human Fertility, 9:97-111.
  • ___1945:
  • ______"State sterilization programs for the prophylactic control of mental disease and mental deficiency," American Journal of Psychiatry, 102: 289-293.
  • ______(with Abraham Stone) "Commercially available mechanical devices for use in contraception," Human Fertility, 10:65-73.
  • ___1946:
  • ______"Sterilization of the mentally deficient under state laws," American Journal of Mental Deficiency," 51:164-169.
  • ______"The deficit in the birthrate of college graduates," Human Fertility," 11:41-47.
  • ______(with Bernard Becker) "The spermicidal times of contraceptive jellies and creams," Human Fertility, 11:111-115.
  • ___1947:
  • ______"Preventive mental hygiene in Iowa," Journal of the Iowa State Medical Society, 37:68-71.
  • ______"Better human beings tomorrow," Better Health, Oct 1947, 15.
  • ______"The college birthrate," Journal of Heredity, 38:355-362.
  • ______(with Fred O. Butler) "Sterilization in a California school for the mentally deficient," American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 51:745-747.
  • ______(with William P. Richardson) "The sterilization of the insane and mentally deficient in North Carolina," North Carolina Medical Journal, 8:19-21.
  • ___1948:
  • ______"Why fear sterilization?," Hygeia, 26:22.
  • ______"Sterilizations of the mentally deficient in 1946," American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 52:375-378.
  • ______"The sterilization of psychotic patients under state laws," American Journal of Psychiatry, 105:60-62.
  • ______(with William P. Richardson) "The sterilization of the mentally handicapped in North Carolina," North Carolina Medical Journal, 9:75-78.
  • ______(with Christopher Tietze) "A field study of contraceptive suppositories," Human Fertility, 13:33-36.
  • ___1949:
  • ______"Trends in state programs for the sterilization of the mentally deficient," American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 53:538-541.
  • ______"Preventive mental hygiene in North Carolina," North Carolina Medical Journal, 10:129-132.
  • ______"Preventive mental hygiene in Alabama," Journal of the Medical Association of Alabama, 19:160-162.
  • ______"Protective sterilization in Michigan," Journal of the Michigan Medical Society, 48:1487-1488.
  • ______"State sterilization in Georgia," Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, 38:283-285.
  • ______"Protective sterilization in the Rocky Mountain states," Rocky Mountain Medical Journal, 46:564-567.
  • ______"Preventive sterilization in 1948," JAMA, 141:773.
  • ______"Eugenic sterilization in the United States," Eugenical News, 34:1-5.
  • ___1950:
  • ______"A progress note on eugenic sterilization in the United States, 1949," Eugenical News, 35:51-55.
  • ______(with Paul L. Garrison) "Sexual effects of vasectomy," JAMA, 144:293-295.
  • ______(with Robert L. Dickinson) Human Sterilization: Techniques of Permanent Conception Control, pamphlet, 40 pages.
  • ___1951:
  • ______"The prevention of mental deficiency by sterilization, 1949," American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 56:192-197.
  • ______"Sterilization in preventive psychiatry," American Journal of Psychiatry, 107:932-934.
  • ______"Eugenic sterilization in North Carolina," North Carolina Medical Journal, 12:550-552.
  • ______"Human sterilization," American Journal of Nursing, 51:625-626.
  • ______"Eugenic sterilization, 1950," JAMA 147:1595.
  • ______"Sterilizations approved by Iowa's State Board of Eugenics, 1949," Journal of the Iowa State Medical Society, 41:218-220.
  • ______(with Fred O. Butler) "The mortality of human sterilization," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 62:420-422.
  • ___1952:
  • ______"What proportion of mental deficiency is preventable by sterilization?," American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 57:123-126.
  • ______"Population control by permanent contraception," Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 54:776-777.
  • ______(with Lois Hamblin) "The spermicidal times of contraceptive jellies and creams, 1949," JAMA, 148:50-55.
  • ___1953:
  • ______"An improved test of spermicidal activity without dilution or mixing," JAMA, 152:1037-1041.
  • ______"Changes in the consistencies of commercial contraceptives," JAMA, 153:1019-1021.
  • ______"Permanent birth control by surgical sterilization," in Fourth International Conference on Planned Parenthood, 67-69.
  • ___1954:
  • ______"Human sterilization and public understanding," Japan Planned Parenthood Quarterly, 5:7-8.
  • ______"College study report," Population Bulletin, 10:41-56.
  • ___1955:
  • ______"Spermicidal activity of undiluted commercial contraceptive preparations, 1953," JAMA, 157:662-663.
  • ______"Immobilization times of commercial contraceptive materials, 1953," 6 pages (privately printed).
  • ______"Effectiveness of contraceptive methods used in India and Pakistan," International Medical Abstracts and Reviews, 17:123-126.
  • ______"Pregnancy rates during the use of contraception in India and Pakistan," Report of the Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Planned Parenthood, 145-149.
  • ______"College study report," Population Bulletin, 11:45-63.
  • ___1957:
  • ______"Diffusion time of spermicidal compounds," Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 94:413-416.
  • ______"Spermicidal time as aids to the clinician's choice of contraceptive materials," Fertility and Sterility, 8: 174-184.
  • ______"The durability of commercial contraceptive mixtures," American Practitioner and Digest of Treatment, 8:941-944.
  • ______"Laboratory tests of commercial contraceptive foam tablets," Journal of the Indian Medical Association, 29:150-154.
  • ___1958:
  • ______"Diffusion spermicidal times of commercial contraceptive jellies and creams secured in 1956," American Practitioner and Digest of Treatment, 9:1818-1821.
  • ______(with Wilson M. Wing and Matthew Tayback) "Birth control in a rural area of Puerto Rico," Eugenics Quarterly, 5:154-161.
  • ___1959:
  • ______"Laboratory comparisons of contraceptive foam tablets," Calcutta Medical Journal, 56:228-232.
  • ______"The durability of contraceptive foam tablets in warm moist climates," Calcutta Medical Journal, 56:345-350.
  • ______(with Abraham Stone) "The quantity of vaginal fluid," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 78:279-281.
  • ___1960: "Spermicidal times of commercial contraceptive materials--1959," American Practitioner and Digest of Treatment, 11:852-856.
  • 1961:
  • ___(with Christopher Tietze, D.N. Pai, Carl E. Taylor) "A family planning service in rural Puerto Rico," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 81:174-182.
  • ___(with Hale Cook and Adeline Pendleton Satterthwaite) "Oral contraception by Norethynodrel," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 82:437-445.
  • ___(with M.E. Paniagua and H.W. Valliant) "Field trial of a contraceptive foam in Puerto Rico," JAMA, 177:125-129.
  • 1962:
  • ___(with G.D. deSilva) "The effectiveness of contraceptive foam tablets in an underprivileged urban population in Ceylon," Indian Journal of Medical Research, 50:761-766.
  • ___(with Adeline Pendleton Satterthwaite) "Conception control with Norethynodrel," Journal of the American Medical Women's Association, 17:797-802.
  • ___(with Alan F. Guttmacher) Family Planning, a Challenge to Health Workers of Every Nation, pamphlet, 24 pages.
  • ___(with Adeline Pendleton Satterthwaite) "Intra-uterine contraception with plastic devices inserted without cervical dilation," in Intra-Uterine Contraceptive Devices, 363-367.
  • 1964:
  • ___"The initiation of contraceptive services," in The Population Crisis and the Use of World Resources, ed. By Stuart Mudd, 363-367.
  • ___"Suppositories" and "Sponges and tampons with household spermaticides," in Manual of Contraceptive Practice.

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Index of Correspondents

(Reference is to Box and Folder numbers)
Adams, Mrs. A.M. (Sister Pratt), 118:2035, 2037, 2043, 2044, 2045, 2046
Adendorff, Rev. R.D., 126:2206, 2211
Adeniyi-Jones, Dr. O., 110:1839, 1841
Aenis, Larry, 89:1438
Ahmad, Mrs. S., 112:1874, 1877
Allen, Betty, 114:1928, 1934; 115:1939, 1949
Allen, Dr. Leroy, 82:1305; 83:1318, 1331, 1334; 87:1384
Allen, Mrs. Vassar, 1:7
Alvarado, Mrs Carmen de, 45:736, 740; 46:752, 760
Alvarez, Dr. Hermogenes, 126:2226, 2228
Amano, Dr. K.W., 94:1537; 95:1555, 1562; 99:1608, 1612
Ambrosio, Mrs. Josefina, 114:1932; 115:1941
Amstutz, Mrs. Celeste, 107:1763, 1765; 119:2059; 120:2063, 2068, 2070
Andolsek, Dr. Lidija, 127:2241, 2243, 2244, 2245
Aristide, Achille, 77:1220
Armes, Mrs. Irene, 230:3558; 231:3562
Arvelo, Dr. Angulo, 127:2235, 2237
Asplund, Dr. Jan, 64:983
Atabani, Dr. A.R., 121:2080, 2084
Atherton, Mrs. Dorothy, 75:1159; 120:2068, 2070, 2073
Atkinson, Mrs. F.G., 20:350
Atkinson, Mrs. Ida Ruth, 2:46, 47
Augsberger, Mrs. Bess, 25:437; 42:685
Azarmie, Dr. Soghra, 89:1441, 1444, 1446, 1448
Babadagly, Dr. Alexander, 126:2229
Baird, Janet, 225:3481, 3488; 226:3501
Balfour, Dr. Marshall, 220:3397, 3399, 3401, 3405, 3406
Bang, Dr. Sook, 105:1714
Bangs, Mrs. Francis N., 128:2280; 134:2333; 137:2359
Barber, Mary, 171:2744
Barrett, Dr. Joseph E., 44:716
Barrett, Mrs. Mary, 43:698
Baumgartner, Dr. Leona, 75:1153; 88:1429
Beale, Elizabeth, 69:1059
Beamans, Alice, 44:726
Beard, E.M., 27:479
Becker, Bernard, 202:3196; 203:3205
Beebe, Gilbert, 7:142; 14:273, 279, 285; 24:429; 25:436; 37:610, 612; 39:640, 646, 647; 40:654, 655; 46:748, 750, 753, 754; 159:2610, 2615, 2619, 2621; 160:2623, 2624, 2625, 2626; 161:2632, 2634, 2635; 162:2641, 2642, 2649, 2650, 2651; 163:2655; 164:2659, 2660; 199:3152
Beleval, Dr. Jose, 45:733, 736, 741, 746; 46:752, 754; 47:770
Belling, Mrs. Pansy K., 114:1925, 1929, 1930, 1936; 115:1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1958, 1959
Belser, Mrs. Agnes, 43:710
Bent, Dr. Michael, 39:643; 40:656; 41:670, 671, 672, 673, 674, 675, 676, 678
Berberian, Dr. D.A., 211:3296
Berger, Mrs. Arthur, 141:2404
Berla, Vittoria Olivetti, see Olivetti
Bertinelli, Virgilio, 93:1529
Bertram, Dr. May, 121:2080, 2084
Better, Dr. Tereza, 90:1474, 1486
Billington, Dr. W.B., 125:2187, 2191
Birch, Dr. Marilyn, 118:2033
Birnberg, Dr. Charles H., 215:3333
Blacker, Dr. C.P., 149:2500; 150:2507; 151:2520; 152:2536; 190:3001
Blackmore, R.H., 126:2206, 2211
Blackwell, Gordon, 27:475; 29:494; 30:508; 47:778
Boelens, Dr. Peter, 105:1716, 1717, 1727
Bond, Mrs. Elizabeth, 2:36; 9:189; 10:207; 20:352; 230:3548
Boru, Mrs. Evelyn, 121:2091
Boughton, Alice, 33:537
Bowers, Dr. Margaretta, 37:614, 615, 616, 620, 621, 622; 38:631, 632; 39:641, 642; 40:654; 127:2255
Boyden, Mrs. Allen, 19:339; 34:575
Bradway, Dr. John, 29:495; 31:524
Brewer, Herbert, 229:3547
Bromley, Dr. Marjorie, 109:1824
Bronder, Leonard & Bonnie, 21:376, 377
Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth, 4:75, 86
Brown, Mrs. Evalina, 1:1, 2
Brown, Dr. Royal L., 199:3152, 3153, 3157; 200:3164, 3166, 3173, 3177, 3178, 3179; 201:3182, 3183, 3190; 202:3194; 203:3203; 204:3211
Brown, Dr. W.E., 33:538; 34:560
Brown, Dr. Willis, 2:42, 45
Brush, Mrs. Dorothy, 91:1492; 149:2491, 2496, 2503; 150:2510, 2515; 151:2523, 2530; 152:2539, 2546
Bryant, Louise, 43:702
Burch, Guy Irving, 234:3595, 3596, 3597, 3598, 3599, 3600
Burlson, David, 69:1057; 71:1102; 77:1218, 1225; 127:2236; 178:2814
Bustamante, Dr. Werner, 65:1004, 1009, 1011
Butcher, Mrs. Marjorie, 119:2049, 2053; 120:2064
Butler, Dr. Fred O., 5:96, 97, 98, 102; 230:3557; 231:3561
Cabello, Dr. Gilberto, 113:1911
Cadbury, George & Barbara, 66:1028; 78:1234; 88:1416; 104:1695; 114:1923; 120:2069; 149:2496; 150:2507; 151:2529; 152:2540, 2549; 153:2554
Cadbury, Leah, 6:114; 190:2990; 233:3580
Calderone, Dr. Mary, 145:2455; 146:2458, 2461, 2463; 147:2468, 2471, 2475; 148:2479
Campbell, Dr. Elizabeth, 33:536, 537, 540
Campbell, Mrs. Walter E., 16:302, 309, 316; 17:324
Canfield, Cass, 153:2564
Cannon, Mrs. Walter B., 16:306, 309
Capers, Mrs. Eva Allen, 7:140
Carey, Mrs. Margaret, 9:190
Carlson, Bruce, 113:1913, 1916, 1917, 1918
Carlson, Herman B., 9:197; 10:208
Cary, Dr. William H., 159:2610; 199:3147
Casey, Donn, 73:1121, 1124; 84:1346; 213:3313
Castle, Mrs. Lois Gosney, 5:100, 104
Cautley, Randolph, 158:2604, 2606, 2607, 2608; 159:2611, 2612, 2616; 161:2632; 199:3151
Chandrasekhar, Dr. S., 57:951; 83:1314, 1324; 85:1359; 86:1366
Cheng, Dr. S.Y., 78:1241; 79:1248
Cheung, Drs. Philip & Amelia, 78:1242; 79:1250, 1255
Chinatamby, Dr. Siva, 64:976, 995, 996, 998
Chiswell, Dr. D.A., 88:1430
Chopra, Dr. P.L., 86:1382
Chun, Daphne, 79:1248, 1253
Coate, Miss W.A., 101:1639
Coel, Leo, 47:772; 221:3429; 222:3434; 224:3465
Compton, Mary, 130:2308, 2309; 135:2344; 138:2371; 216:3345, 3346, 3347
Conrad, Elmira, 136:2357; 139:2387; 141:2409
Conti, Mrs. Anita, 35:579, 580, 581, 582
Cook, Dr. Hale, 81:1283; 83:1314, 1334; 86:1367, 1368; 87:1393, 1402
Cook, Robert C., 234:3598, 3601, 3603
Cooper, Dr. George M., 23:406; 24:415, 426; 25:433, 438
Cornish, Mrs. Edward, 2:38; 128:2280
Corson, Samuel A., 199:3149; 200:3161
Costa, Mrs. Leticia, 61:916, 920
Costine, Mrs. David A., 15:296, 900, 300, 301a
Cox, Dr. George, 42:681
Crighton, Mrs. E.C., 126:2214
Cronin, Mrs. Paula B., 215:3330
Cronk, Dr. G. Arnold, 52:847; 214:3325, 3329; 215:3331
Crosby, Alexander, 225:3488
Crossen, Dr. J. William, 49:799, 809; 50:821; 51:827; 52:847; 213:3309; 214:3326, 3329; 215:3330, 3332
Crowell, Eldon, 170:2723
Crowninshield, Mrs. F.B., 7:136
Currie, Gay, 89:1448, 1449, 1450
Daiell, Dr. H.L., 45:737; 199:3158; 200:3170
Daley, Dr. Vincent, 44:730
Dalgleish, Mrs. Ruth, 34:568
Damon, Mrs. Cecil, 129:2292, 2293; 130:2304, 2305; 134:2336; 137:2362; 140:2392
Davidson, Doris, 190:2991, 2992, 2993, 2994, 2995
Davidson, Helen, 175:2782
Davis, Hallowell, 162:2644
Davis, Judith, 119:2051
Day, Rufus S., Jr., 111:1868; 150:2514; 151:2522, 2530; 152:2539
de Alvarado, see Alvarado
de Lascurain, see Lascurain
de Leon, see Leon
De Marchi, Luigi, 90:1489, 1490, 1491; 91:1494, 1497; 92:1503, 1504, 1505, 1507, 1512, 1513, 1514; 93:1517, 1520, 1523, 1524, 1526, 1527
De Marchi, Maria Luisa, 91:1494, 1497; 92:1503, 1504, 1507, 1512, 1513; 93:1517, 1520, 1521, 1523, 1524, 1525, 1527, 1528
de Marti, see Marti
de Oca, see Oca
Deane, Douglas, 73:1134; 118:2032; 179:2836; 181:2849
Delgado, Mrs. Ana Laura, 45:742
Delp, Mildred, 2:32, 33, 34; 3:64, 65, 66, 67; 4:71, 72, 73, 74, 77, 78, 79, 82, 83, 84; 47:766
Denniston, Dr. George, Jr., 190:2996
Desai, R.M., 101:1649, 1653, 1656; 102:1660, 1666, 1672; 103:1679
deSilva, Dr. C.C., 64:984
deSilva, Rev. G.D., 63:971; 64:975, 981, 986, 987, 988, 989
Deverell, Sir Colville, 154:2570, 2576
DeVilbiss, Dr. Lydia, 7:141
Dick, Dr. W.G., 114:1921
Dickinson, Dr. Robert L., 158:2600, 2601, 2604; 161:2632; 165:2675; 166:2691; 190:2997-3009; 230:3554
Diener, Mrs. Shirley, 115:1950
Dietlin, Betty, 5:98
Djoewari, Mrs. O., 88:1428; 89:1437, 1439
Dod, Donald, 69:1065, 1066
Dodd, Dr. E.M., 193:3054, 3059
Dodge, Dr. Eva, 1:13; 2:39; 225:3486
Domas,. Rev. & Mrs. I.J., 21:374
Dombrowski, Phoebe Marousek, see Marousek
Donaldson, Dr. Manley B., 58:867; 75:1170
Donetz, Dr. Sonia, 90:1472, 1473, 1476, 1479, 1486
Donnelly, Richard C., 44:719
Draper, William H., Jr., 192:3036
Draper, Wycliff, 225:3485
Eastman, Dr. Nicholas, 201:3180, 3188
Elias N.M., 199:3158; 214:3320, 3321; 221:3429; 223:3451
Eliot, Mrs. Mather, 89:1444, 1446, 1448
Ellison, Mrs. R., 78:1232
Ely, Joyce, 7:138, 139, 142
Emerson, Dr. Haven, 144:2438; 165:2675; 166:2681
Engle, Dr. Carl, 165:2675
Epstein, Lionel, 6:131, 132; 111:1856; 234:3603
Epstein, Mrs. Lionel (Sally Gamble), 170:2733
Erb na Bangxang, Dr. & Mrs., 122:2121, 2123, 2124, 2128, 2130, 2134; 123:2136, 2140, 2142, 2146, 2148, 2152, 2154, 2156
Erb, Worrachart, 122:2125, 2129, 2135; 123:2141, 2147, 2153
Erede, Dr. Ugo, 93:1522
Ermeus, Dr. Necdet, 124:2172
Erez, Dr. Nasid, 124:2164, 2166, 2168, 2171
Evans, Mrs. Catherine, 8:165
Evans, Dr. J.E., 10:205
Eymann, Mrs. Gladys, 115:1940, 1950
Fabian, Dr. W., 126:2223, 2224
Fairbank, Marie, 80:1267; 83:1322, 1324
Faragalla, Dr. Farouk, 63:1069
Farman-Farmaian, Sattareh, 89:1451, 1453, 1455, 1460, 1463
Farris, Dr. Edmond J., 201:3188, 3192; 202:3195; 203:3202
Fazelbhoy, Dr. Zarina, 111:1864, 1865; 112:1873
Feo, Dr. Louis, 200:3176; 201:3180
Ferguson, Mrs. Robert M., 152:2542; 153:2566
Fernando, Mrs. E.C., 63:966; 64:974, 980, 984, 987, 988, 998
Finzi, Marcella, 92:1510
Fisher, Mrs. Welthy, 85:1365; 86:1378
Flowers, Mrs. Estelle, 210:3288; 211:3296, 3298; 216:3351
Folsome, Dr. Clair, 164:2658, 2664
Foo, Rosalind, 107:1778
Forman, Dr. Douglas N., 193:3056, 3057, 3058, 3059
Forti, Dr. Emilio, 92:1511
Fowler, Dr. C.C., 202:3194; 203:3204; 204:3211
Fox, Morry, 124:2169
Galt, Edith, 104:1694, 1698
Gamble, Richard B., 62:934; 63:968; 65:1013; 70:1072; 78:1227, 1228; 80:1279, 1280; 88:1409; 94:1542, 1547; 97:1697; 98:1716; 106:1743; 107:1762; 111:1856, 1859, 1860; 113:1898; 119:2048, 2050; 122:2111, 2112; 192:3038, 3039; 221:3415
Gamble, Sally, see Epstein, Mrs. Lionel
Gamble, Sarah B., 7:138; 65:1017; 71:1100; 82:1309; 112:1881; 123:2145; 152:2539
Gamble, Sidney D., 165:2672, 2676; 166:2682, 2686; 167:2692, 2694, 2697, 2704, 2705; 168:2707, 2708, 2710
Gamble Family, 170:2726, 2734, 2735; 172:2746, 2747; 173:2757, 2758, 2759; 175:2774, 2775; 177:2793, 2794; 178:2809; 179:2824; 181:2845
Garcia, Mrs. Maria, 114:1932
Garis, Dr. Roy, 37:624; 39:645; 40:657
Garrett, Mrs. Lilly, 7:153, 158
Garrison, Paul L., 229:3534, 3535
Gasperro, Mrs. Patricia, 152:2538, 2548; 153:2555
Gass, Mrs. P., 78:1235
Gates, Edith, 58:868-871; 61:903, 906; 62:935, 946, 949; 65:1014; 69:1054, 1061, 1062, 1067; 70:1076-1078, 1081; 75:1146-1149; 77:1190, 1192, 1194, 1196, 1200, 1208, 1210; 86:1379; 87:1388, 1398; 89:1442, 1445, 1450, 1452, 1458; 90:1467-1469, 1472, 1476; 91:1489, 1492, 1495, 1498; 101:1630, 1632, 1643, 1646, 1648, 1650, 1654-1656; 102:1662, 1665, 1667; 104:1708; 106:1745, 1747, 1750, 1757-1759; 110:1827, 1829, 1832, 1834, 1837; 110:1827, 1829, 1832, 1834, 1837; 111:1861; 112:1890, 1894, 1895; 113:1902; 114:1926; 116:1964, 1965, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1978-1980, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1992; 118:2034, 2036, 2038, 2045; 121:2079, 2081-2083, 2085, 2089, 2094, 2095, 2097, 2099, 2101-2103, 2106, 2108; 122:2112; 124:2160, 2161, 2163, 2164; 126:2203, 2204, 2209, 2210, 2212, 2213; 127:2230, 2250; 153:2560; 154:2574; 174:2767, 2768; 175:2782; 176:2784; 177:2802, 2803; 178:2817, 2818; 179:2834, 2835; 184:2892-2907; 188:2954, 2956-2958, 2961-2964, 2967-2969
Gault, Dr. Edna, 83:1318, 1331; 84:1344; 85:1353, 1361; 86:1372
Gayden, Dr. Hamilton, 39:646
Gaylord, Gladys, 33:543, 546, 552, 554; 34:556, 557
Geddis, Mrs. Irma, 15:296, 297, 299, 300
Geisendorf, Dr. W., 121:2088, 2091
Ghorbanie, Dr. F.S., 89:1463
Gibson, Dr. John, 116:1967; 117:2008
Giddens, Mrs. Jean, 121:2107, 2108, 2109
Gideon, Dr. Helen, 83:1328; 84:1339; 87:1390
Gillespie, Robert W., 64:999; 67:1044, 1045, 1046, 1050, 1051; 79:1244, 1245, 1247
Gilliam Lena, see Hilliard, Mrs. Lena Gilliam
Gilliam, Sylvia, see Payne, Mrs. Sylvia Gilliam
Giri, Dr. J.N., 109:1811, 1814, 1816
Goethe, C.M., 5:92, 93, 94, 99, 103, 105, 106
Goh Koh Kee, Mrs. Constance, 119:2051, 2055, 2057, 2059; 120:2063, 2068, 2070, 2072, 2076
Golden, Robert, 122:2115, 2127, 2133; 123:2139
Gomes-Ferrarotti, Dr. Nydia, 59:880, 889; 60:892, 898
Gonzalez, Rosa A., 45:743
Gordon, Dr. John E., 53:859; 69:1056; 71:1101; 77:1216; 113:1899; 191:3010-3017
Gore, Dr. Sushila, 82:1300; 83:1323; 120:2076, 2077
Gould, Dr. Charis, 45:744, 745, 746; 46:752
Gregg, Dr. Alan, 233:3583
Grewal, Dr. R.S., 62:948
Grey, Mrs. Dorothy, 8:171
Griessemer, Tom, 149:2502; 151:2525, 2533; 152:2542; 153:2556; 154:2571; 192:3033
Grimsley, William, 31:517, 518, 519
Griswold, Mrs. Richard, 6:121
Grove-White, Dr. Mary, 119:2050, 2052, 2055, 2057
Guillot, Elizabeth, 70:1071
Guiteras, Albert F., 201:3185, 3189
Guthmann, Mrs. Harry, 8:166, 167, 168, 169
Guttmacher, Dr. Alan, 146:2465; 165:2673; 170:2734; 191:3018-3025
Hahn, Peter & Bonnie, 2:29
Hall, Dr. M-Francoise, 113:1911
Hall, Dr. Marion, 80:1274; 81:1295; 82:1306; 83:1321, 1329; 84:1342; 85:1349, 1359; 86:1371, 1380; 87:1390
Halton, Dr. Mary, 166:2691
Halvorsen, Helen, 4:85
Hamblin, Lois, 204:3213
Hamlin, Dr. R., 75:1150
Hammar, Dr. Elin, 126:2202
Hanes, James, 29:502
Hartman, Dr. Carl, 204:3224; 207:3257
Harvey, R.P., 207:3251, 3260; 211:3297; 213:3309; 221:3423, 3426; 222:3433
Hawker, Dr. W.D., 203:3206, 3207
Herndon, Dr. C. Nash, 27:471; 29:496
Hilliard, Ernest, 25:441, 444; 26:454, 455, 458, 459; 29:490; 31:524
Hilliard, Mrs. Lena Gilliam, 24:429; 25:436, 441, 443, 444, 446; 26:447, 449, 450, 453, 455, 458, 459
Holden, Dr. Frederick C., 128:2276
Holt, Helen, 160:2631
Horak, Dr. Alice, 116:1961, 1962
Horne, Dr. Herbert, 214:3324; 215:3334
Horning, Dr. John, 69:1067, 1068, 1069
Houghton, Mrs. Vera, 149:2488, 2496, 2499; 150:2508, 2513; 151:2521, 2529; 152:2536; 153:2562; 154:2569
Hsu, Dr. S.C., 65:1018; 66:1026
Hubbard, Mrs. Faye, 44:722
Hudarin, Marija, 127:2243
Huq, Dr. Ashiya, 112:1877, 1881, 1889, 1897
Huse, Mrs. P.B.P., 130:2303; 143:2434; 159:2610
Hussein, Mrs. Aziza, 71:1088, 1094
Hutchins, Mrs. Louse, 14:282, 286, 287
Huxley, Julian, 72:1105; 196:3109
Hyams, Dr. Mortimer, 226:3504; 229:3540
Ilumoka, Mrs. A.F. (Ayo), 110:1842, 1847, 1848
Impett, Mrs. Santham, 63:971; 64:989, 994
Ishihama, Dr. Atsumi, 97:1591, 1598
Jackson, Dr. L.N., 150:2517; 151:2527, 2534; 152:2543, 2552; 153:2558, 2567; 154:2572
Jackson, Dr. Margaret, 150:2509, 2516; 151:2531; 152:2541
Jameson, Dr. Carol, 80:1262
Jenkins, Mrs. James, 3:63; 4:70, 75
Jimenez, Dr. Roberto J., 47:774
Joed, Mrs. Lilian, 102:1664
Johnson, Mrs. Betsy, 22:382, 383; 225:3483
Jolly, Mrs. Elizabeth, 151:2527, 2534; 152:2543, 2552; 153:2554
Jones, J. Parry, 81:1284; 111:1858, 1863, 1866, 1867
Jones, Theodore, 179:2832
Joyner, Dr. James, 200:3163, 3171, 3174; 201:3188
Kabir, Mr. A.M.A., 112:1877, 1880, 1893
Kallet, Arthur, 200:3174
Kamhawi, Dr. Walid, 101:1629, 1631, 1633, 1636, 1638
Kan, Mrs. Tze-Kuan Shu, 65:1015, 1018, 1021, 1023; 66:1026, 1029, 1034, 1038; 67:1041, 1048
Kang, Dr. Joon Sang, 105:1714, 1725; 106:1732, 1739
Karim, Dr. Mahmud, 71:1089, 1097
Kato, Mrs. S., 94:1531
Kaufman, A.R., 63:954, 955, 957, 958, 959, 961, 962, 964
Kautz, Dr. H.D., 205:3226; 207:3257
Kavinoky, Dr. Nadina, 3:50, 56, 58; 4:76, 86
Kellogg, Charles, 195:3090
Kennedy, Mrs. Anne, 77:1221, 1222; 127:2231
Kessel, Dr. Elton, 180:2843
Khalidy, Dr. Mustafa, 106:1753
Khamsie, Miss Parvin, 89:1463
Khan, Dr. Nayeema, 118:2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, 2028; 121:2103
Khosla, Col. R.N., 80:1279; 82:1308
Kibbee, Betty U., 192:3037, 3038, 3039, 3040; 233:3583, 3585
Kim, Dr. Soon Ok, 105:1716, 1727
Kim, Dr. Yong Won, 105:1725; 106:1732
Kingsley, Dr. J. Dudley, 141:2407
Kirshoff, see Costine, Mrs. David A.
Kitaoka, Dr. J., 94:1531, 1534, 1546; 100:1628
Kitzmiller, Mrs. Dale, 35:583; 158:2602
Klaiss, Elizabeth (Mrs. Donald), 25:435, 439
Kleegman, Dr. Sophia, 190:3009; 199:3146; 200:3175; 204:3211
Kling, Dr. L.E., 144:2441
Klumpp, Mrs. Louise, 33:544
Knowles, Dr. Elizabeth, 75:1157, 1161, 1166, 1171
Konkle, Mrs. A.F., 35:578
Kotze, Dr. D.M., 117:1996
Koya, Dr. Yoshio, 94:1535, 1538, 1539, 1540, 1543, 1544, 1548, 1549; 95:1553, 1554, 1556, 1557, 1559, 1560, 1564, 1566, 1567, 1568; 96:1570-1577; 97:1578, 1579, 1580, 1584, 1585, 1588, 1589, 1596, 1600; 98:1604, 1605, 1606, 1607; 153:2566
Krishna Rao, Dr. Devi, 81:1285; 83:1316, 1326
Krumbhaar, Dr. E.B., 199:3155
Kuder, Dr. Katherine, 85:1350; 87:1384
Laird, Esther, 104:1694, 1699; 105:1720, 1723; 106:1735
Lam, Mrs. Peggy, 78:1235, 1240, 1241; 79:1248, 1253
Lambrechts, Dr. Stanley, 60:892
Lanza, Mrs. Rosita, 92:1508, 1510; 93:1516
Larsen, Dr. Nils P., 7:161; 12:243
Larson, Dr. John A., 8:183; 230:3557
Lascurain, Mrs. Corsica de, 108:1798
Lasker, Mrs. Albert D., 34:576; 137:2359; 140:2393; 142:2414; 143:2436
LaVergne, Dr. J.A., 113:1900
Law, Mabel, 230:3554, 3556
Lawrence, George, 23:408; 25:435, 439; 27:465, 474; 29:492
Lay, Rev. Dirk, 2:30, 31
Layug, Dr. & Mrs. Carlos, 114:1920
Le Cannelier, Dr. Richard, 118:2030, 2031
Leary, Dr. Deborah, 47:765; 94:1530
Lebkicher, Robert E., 210:3289
Leon, Mrs. Joy de, 108:1792, 1799, 1801
Leon, Dr. Juan, 59:888; 60:892
Lester, Mrs. Eleanor, 133:2327
Levenstein, Irving, 201:3181; 204:3222; 207:3260
Levine, Mrs. Charlotte, 217:3359; 218:3374, 3378, 3379; 219:3384, 3388
Levine, Dr. Lena, 199:3156; 200:3169
Lewis, Morris, 141:2404
Lewis, Mrs. Sarah, 62:933, 946, 949; 64:990, 992, 995; 73:1127, 1134; 75:1157, 1169; 77:1201, 1211, 1213; 78:1236, 1239; 86:1370, 1379; 87:1388, 1390, 1398, 1406, 1407; 88:1419, 1423; 89:1450; 90:1477; 92:1509; 101:1634, 1638; 102:1675; 106:1740, 1750; 107:1777, 1781; 109:1815, 1818, 1819; 110:1837; 112:1887, 1890, 1894, 1895; 114:1931, 1937; 117:1998, 2004, 2009; 120:2075; 122:2113, 2117; 123:2137, 2143, 2158; 124:2167; 126:2222, 2224; 127:2240; 152:2552; 154:2569; 187:2935-2953
Linder, Mrs. Catherine, 6:107
Lippes, Dr. Jack, 22:402; 176:2787
Lloyd, Mrs. M.C., 121:2105
Loison, Dr. Guy, 75:1158, 1160, 1165, 1169
Lorah, Mabel, 113:1901, 1905
Louros, Dr. N., 77:1207, 1209, 1210
Lozada, Jorgeline, 58:872; 59:879, 889
Lunenfeld, Dr. Bruno, 90:1480
Lurie, Mrs. Ilse, 60:893; 154:2571
McAbee, Mrs. Robert A., 77:1204
McAllan, Dr. James W., 101:1642, 1644, 1655; 102:1658, 1663, 1670; 103:1677, 1683, 1688
McCaleb, Mrs. Zoe, 132:2323
McClure, Dr. Robert, 83:1314, 1332; 84:1343; 85:1355, 1364; 86:1373; 87:1385, 1392, 1401, 1407
McCormick, Mrs. Stanley, 17:319; 175:2776; 218:3379
MacCracken, James, 193:3062, 3065
McCune, Dr. Shannon, 118:2019
McDaniel, Dr. E.B., 122:2118
McDonald, Betty, 49:808; 50:820; 51:826
Mack, Dr. Harold C., 43:702; 199:3155
Mackenzie, Dr. Helen, 104:1698; 105:1718
McKenzie, Mrs. Nina, 151:2532; 152:2542
McKinley, Mrs. Virginia, 115:1933, 1940, 1951
McKinnon, Mrs. Edna R., 1:4, 5, 6, 9; 6:109, 118, 119; 7:146; 8:173-175; 14:272, 274, 277; 15:291, 292; 20:351, 357, 362; 22:387, 388; 25:437; 37:617, 618; 39:639; 42:686; 66:1028; 75:1151, 1152, 1154, 1155, 1163; 86:1378, 1380; 87:1398; 88:1420, 1424, 1432-1434; 89:1438, 1458, 1462, 1464; 97:1582; 101:1641; 106:1754, 1755, 1761; 107:1771, 1775, 1776; 109:1815; 110:1843, 1849; 112:1890, 1895; 114:1922; 118:2026, 2027, 2029, 2047; 120:2065; 129:2300-2302; 132:2320-2322; 135:2345-2348; 138:2374-2377; 141:2402, 2403; 142:2415; 143:2436; 154:2576; 185:2908-2920; 186:2921-2934;197:3121
Madry, R.W., 28:484, 485; 29:503
Maier, Dr. John, 181:2848
Maip, Dra. Hilda, 61:911
Majima, Dr. Kan, 94:1534; 95:1558; 97:1601
Mali, Mrs. Katherine, 135:2342; 138:2369; 142:2411
Malik, Dr. H., 112:1874, 1881
Margulies, Dr. Lazar, 52:847; 214:3322, 3328; 224:3466, 3474
Marks, Donald, 225:3482
Marousek, Mrs. Phoebe, 5:104; 9:193, 194, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202; 10:210, 211, 212, 213; 11:221, 222, 224, 225, 231, 232, 234, 235; 12:237, 238, 240, 241, 242, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248; 21:367, 369, 379; 42:692, 693; 43:698; 231:3561, 3562, 3563, 3564
Marshall, Dr. William, 61:904
Marti, Mrs. Rosa Signorelli de, 59:881, 890, 891; 60:894, 895, 896, 897, 899, 900, 901
Martin, Dr. Christine, 81:1283; 82:1310
Martin, Ruth, 58:876; 59:886; 61:908, 909, 910, 918; 77:1199; 110:1837; 113:1907; 118:2031, 2041; 126:2225; 127:2232, 2233; 188:2954-2971
Marzouk, Mrs. Zahia, 71:1090, 1098
Matsner, Dr. Eric, 45:733; 128:2272, 2273, 2279, 2283; 136:2356; 190:2993
Mehlan, Dr. K.H., 76:1189
Mendoza, Mrs. Ofelia, 69:1056; 71:1101; 77:1216, 1224; 108:1786; 113:1899; 151:2533; 152:2550; 153:2557, 2568
Menez, Pastor Primo, 114:1927, 1935; 115:1938
Mesa, Celia, 166:2691
Milam, Dr. Frank, 144:2444; 145:2447
Miller, Dr. Norman, 199:3147, 3149, 3155; 200:3162, 3169, 3174
Milner, Mrs. John C., 13:255, 256, 257
Mojic, Dr. Angelina, 127:2241
Molstad, Mrs. M.C., 35:590
Moore, Mrs. Hazel, 6:125; 22:395; 24:418; 36:598; 43:709; 108:1785; 129:2295-2299; 131:2314-2319; 135:2349; 138:2379
Moore, Hugh, 172:2745; 192:3033, 3034, 3035, 3036
Moore, Mrs. Louis deB., 128:2281
Moore, Mrs. Mary, 102:1664, 1670; 103:1677, 1683, 1688
Moore, Philip H., 126:2215, 2217
Moos, Helene, 87:1396, 1403
Morain, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd., 170:2733; 178:2807; 192:3051
Morehead, Mrs. Willie, 7:143, 147; 25:437; 27:471; 36:601; 39:639; 132:2324; 135:2350; 138:2378
Morris, Mrs. Alberta, 34:566, 567
Morris, Dr. Woodbridge, 6:125; 134:2335; 137:2360; 139:2385; 141:2408
Morrison, William, 82:1313; 85:1349; 86:1371
Moser, Mrs. Marion, 31:520, 521, 522, 523, 524, 525
Moses, Dr. Bessie, 15:296, 301
Mott, Stewart R., 19:346; 179:2828, 2830; 181, 2847
Mudd, Dr. Seeley, 167:2706
Mudd, Dr. Stuart, 175:2776; 192:3042-3053
Mudd, Mrs. Stuart (Emily), 35:581, 589, 592; 180:2843; 192:3042-3053
Mumford, Mrs. Martha, 42:684
Munro, Robert, 75:1162, 1167, 1172
Myoung, Mrs. Kyu Im, 105:1714; 106:1731, 1739
Nazer, Dr. I.R., 101:1639, 1640
Nedelcovic, Bosco, 58:873, 874; 59:882, 883, 884, 885, 888; 60:892; 153:2557
Nelms, Mrs. Heywood, 42:680, 681, 682
Nelson, Dr. Warren, 220:3397, 3402
Newcomer, Dr. H. idney, 199:3150
Nicol, Dr. Marjorie, 118:2036, 2037
Nicol, Dr. Priscilla, 118:2045
Noble, Dr. Nelle, 11:236; 12:244
North, Miss Wallace, 7:144, 149, 151, 152, 158
Norton, Dr. Roy, 23:407; 24:416, 428
Notestein, Dr. Frank, 220:3397, 3401, 3405, 3406, 3409
Novy, Miles, 127:2239
Nuckolls, Mrs. Anne, 121:2093
Nuveen, John, 179:2830
O'Conner, Donald, 209:3276
O'Conner, Ronald, 179:2821
Oca, Miss de, 59:889; 60:892
Odum, Howard, 25:434
Ogden, Mildred B., 80:1267
Olden, Mrs. Marion S., 230:3550, 3551, 3554
Olivetti, Vittoria, 91:1439, 1490, 1493; 92:1502
Oppenheimer, Dr. W., 90:1475, 1484
Osborn, Frederick, 220:3397
Osman, Mrs. Awatif, 121:2086
Ottesen-Jensen, Mrs. Elise, 149:2491; 152:2537
Ovalle, Dr. Philip, 69:1067, 1068
Overton, Dr. Joh, 39:646
Page, Mrs. Phyllis, 37:611; 45:733, 734, 735, 737, 738; 46:749; 194:3066-3078
Pai, Dr. D.N., 49:802; 85:1356; 86:1374
Pande, Dr. B.R., 109:1812
Paniagua, Dr. Manuel, 50:811; 52:840
Parker, Elsie, 27:472; 29:491; 30:507; 61:905
Partlow, Dr. R.C., 1:22, 25
Patel, Dr. I.S., 101:1656; 102:1660, 1666, 1672
Patel, Dr. K.C., 121:2105, 2106
Pathmanathan, Mrs. Devi ("Pat"), 64:985
Paton, Mrs. Jean, 77:1202, 1204, 1205
Payne, Mrs. Sylvia Gilliam, 14:280, 283; 19:340
Peacock, Dr. Thomas, 7:157
Pease, Mrs. A. Morgan, 6:111, 114, 116
Peers, Mrs. Rotha, 149:2501; 152:2541; 154:2575
Pendell, Elmer, 226:3504
Pendleton, Dr. Adeline, see Satterthwaite
Pierra Vejjabul, Dr., 122:2115, 2116
Pincus, Dr. Gregory, 49:809; 195:3079-3082; 215:3330
Pink, Dr. E.C., 107:1769, 1774
Popenoe, Paul, 5:90, 91, 95, 102; 233:3581
Post, Mrs. Marion, 135:2351
Potter, Mrs. C.A.J., 107:1779
Poudayl, Dr. L., 109:1812, 1817
Prasad, H.N., 83:1327; 84:1345
Pratt, Frances R., 23:403, 404, 405, 411, 412, 413, 414; 24:422, 423, 424, 425; 25:431, 432
Pratt, Sister, see Adams
Prindle, Sue, 206:3245
Pritchard, Dr. W.I., 44:716, 717
Pyke, Mrs. Margaret, 152:2536, 2547; 153:2554, 2565
Quinones, Mrs. Mercedes, 48:791; 49:805, 806; 50:813, 817; 51:825
Ragland, Mrs. Martha, 37:625, 626, 627, 628; 38:634, 635, 636; 39:648, 649; 40:659
Raina, Col. B.L., 83:1324; 85:1357, 1363; 86:1371; 87:1384, 1391, 1399
Rajasingham, Rev., 64:991, 997
Rakoff, Dr. A.E., 200:3172, 3176
Rama Rau, Lady Dhanvanthi, 80:1265, 1275; 81:1284; 82:1301; 83:1315; 84:1337; 149:2496, 2501; 153:2563
Ramachander, Dr. P., 85:1359; 86:1375
Rambo, Dr. Victor, 80:1264
Rampan Pachinbhayng, Mrs., 122:2115, 2116, 2119, 2120, 2122
Rashad, Mrs. Amina, 70:1071, 1083, 1084
Rasmussen, Ruth, 77:1205; 118:2047
Razzak, Dr. Kamal, 71:1091
Reboul, Dr. J.A., 162:2644; 229:3539
Reck, Daisy D., 47:770, 774
Reed, Sheldon C., 20:355
Reed-Collins, Nicholas, 120:2070
Rees, Mrs. Mary Neale, 109:1823
Reinhardt, Mary, see Lasker, Mrs. Albert D.
Requena, Dr. Mario, 65:1000, 1002, 1004, 1006, 1008, 1012
Rettie, Mrs. Joan, 150:2512; 152:2542; 153:2566; 154:2569
Reynolds, Dr. Carl V., 23:407; 27:473
Rice-Wray, Dr. Edris, 46:779; 48:785, 786; 49:799; 64:1085; 71:1101; 77:1224; 108:1786, 1787, 1788, 1789, 1791, 1794, 1795, 1797, 1800, 1802, 1803, 1805
Richards, Beatrice, 130:2309; 136:2356, 2358; 139:2386; 141:2407; 142:2417
Richardson, Dr. William P., 24:427; 25:430; 27:473, 476
Ripley, Mrs. George, 42:680, 681, 683
Ritz, Mrs. Gwendoline, 77:1217
Rizk, Dr. Hanna, 70:1071, 1075, 1079. 1083, 1086
Rock, Dr. John, 195:3083, 3084, 3085; 215:3330
Rockefeller, John D., III, 220:3399
Rodriguez, Mrs. Elizabeth, 71:1104
Rodriguez, Mrs. Noemi, 49:798, 808; 50:820; 51:826
Rodriguez Pla, Mrs. Iris, 47:780
Romero, Nancy, 115:1951
Roots, Mrs. Margaret F., 62:943; 63:969, 970, 972; 64:977, 982; 65:1016; 66:1036; 78:1228, 1238, 1242, 1243; 79:1246, 1259, 1260; 87:1407; 88:1412; 90:1482; 97:1593; 104:1708-1710; 106:1736, 1740; 107:1766, 1770; 109:1808, 1822; 112:1875, 1878, 1882; 114:1931; 118:2019, 2020; 120:2065; 122:2113, 2119, 2131; 123:2149, 2158; 182:2857-2873; 183:2874-2891
Rose, D. Kenneth, 134:2334, 2337; 137:2359, 2361, 2364; 140:2391; 2395; 142:2412, 2413; 144:2438, 2441
Rose, Florence, 129:2291; 130:2306, 2307; 136:2353; 139:2381, 2382; 141:2405; 142:2416
Ross, Mrs. W.C., 40:657
Russell, L.W., 221:3424; 222:3430, 3436, 3440; 223:3444, 3445, 3454; 224:3460, 3467, 3468
Rutherford, Dr. Gladys, 80:1278; 81:1291; 84:1336; 85:1349
Ryder, Brooks, 75:1153
Sailer, Agner, 44:724
Samarasinghe, S. ("Sam"), 64:979, 985, 998
Sambin, Mrs. Jeanne, 61:913, 917, 921, 923
Sanger, Mrs. Margaret, 133:2326, 2328; 134:2333; 150:2512, 2515; 152:2537; 195:3086-3096; 196:3097-3109
Sanyal, Dr. S.N., 80:1276, 1277; 81:1286, 1287, 1288; 82:1302, 1303; 83:1317, 1330; 84:1341; 85:1352; 87:1395
Sarmiento, Dr. Jorge, 113:1901, 1904
Satin, Mrs. Ann, 69:1065, 1066
Satterthwaite, Dr. Adeline Pendleton, 47:781; 48:787; 49:797, 807; 50:819; 51:826; 52:837, 845, 846, 848; 53:849, 850, 852, 854, 855, 858, 859, 860, 863
Saxton, Dr. & Mrs. George (Anne), 125:2186, 2190, 2198, 2200; 174:2765
Schultz, Jonathan, 196:3107
Scott, Mrs. Ursula, 126:2201, 2205
Scovel, Dr. Frederick G., 193:3060, 3061, 3062
Sears, Dr. Christine, 33:539, 540, 541, 542, 545, 547, 552, 554; 34:563
Seibels, Dr. Robert, 36:599, 602, 604, 605, 606, 607
Seiler, Dr. Paula, 200:3163
Selby, Dr. Doris, 90:1478, 1483, 1485, 1486, 1487
Sen Gupta, S.K., 222:3438, 3443; 223:3449, 3450, 3456; 224:3462, 3463, 3470
Senn, William, 65:1005, 1008
Severson, Alfred L., 197:3110, 3111, 3112, 3113, 3116, 3119
Shafik, Mrs. Fakhriya, 71:1095, 1096
Shah, Dr. K.S., 111:1868
Shah, Dr. N.M., 102:1668, 1674
Sheares, Dr. Benjamin H., 119:2048, 2058, 2061; 120:2069
Shedlovsky, Leo, 159:2617, 2618, 2619; 160:2627, 2628; 161:2636, 2637; 162:2643; 163:2652; 164:2661; 204:3211
Sheth, Dr. A.U., 101:1642, 1645, 1649, 1653; 102:1660, 1666; 103:1679, 1685
Shevde, Mrs. Usah, 103:1681, 1682, 1690
Shinde, S.B., 87:1402
Shorrock, Hallam, 104:1694, 1697
Shryock, Mrs. R.H., 35:588
Silberstein, Dr. Carlos, 59:888; 60:898
Sill, Dr. M.L., 85:1354, 1362
Sirirattna, Kanchanee Wanli, 123:2139
Sisco, Dr. Dominguez, 127:2234
Sivapragasim, T., 107:1768
Small, Mrs. Deane, 15:290
Smith, Charles, 139:2380
Smith, Datus C., Jr., 233:3580
Smith, Ethel, 126:2224
Smith, Gladys D., 3:50, 53, 54, 55, 59, 60, 61; 34:574; 44:721
Smith, Dr. John, 48:787
Smith, Molly B., 2:35
Smith, Mrs. Ruth Proskauer, 231:3563, 3564, 3566, 3567, 3569, 3570
Smith, Dr. W.H.Y., 1:17
Snyder, Dr. John, 191:3026-3032
Sobrero, Dr. A.J., 60:898; 217:3361; 218:3370, 3371, 3375, 3380, 3381; 219:3385, 3389, 3393
Sodhy, Dr. L.S., 107:1768, 1773, 1779
Somboonsuk, Dr. Aree, 123:2155
Song, Dr. Sang Whan, 106:1733
Sorenson, Mrs. Marjorie, 21:370, 371, 373
South, Dr. Virginia, 14:269
Spilhaus, Mrs. I.R.E. ("Paddy"), 116:1970, 1975, 1981, 1987, 1988; 117:1993, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2105
Squier, Dr. Raymond, 44:727; 159:2615; 160:2622; 161:2633; 162:2640, 2646, 2648; 164:2658
Stafford, Mrs. Dorothy, 38:637, 638; 39:650, 651, 652, 653; 40:660, 661; 41:667
Standish, Dr. Hilda, 6:112, 115
Stanislawski, Doris, 61:912, 915
Stebbins, Dr. E.L.; 47:768, 779; 48:783
Stein, Irving, 159:2615; 162:2644; 199:3147, 3149
Stern, Jean, 117:1995
Stewart, Dr. Margaret, 37:613, 619; 38:630
Stockwell, Mrs. Fay, 35:584
Stoltz, Dr. Hildegard, 61:907
Stone, Dr. Abraham, 129:2289, 2294; 130:2309; 136:2358; 139:2388; 216:3340, 3341, 3343, 3344, 3345, 3347, 3349, 3350, 3351, 3352, 3353; 217:3356, 3360, 3367, 3368
Stone, Dr. Hannah, 129:2991
Strong, William D., 82:1415; 113:1906, 1909, 1910, 1912; 193:2062, 2063, 2064, 2065
Stroup, Mrs. Jessie M., 28:482, 483; 29:499, 500, 501; 30:511, 512, 513
Subandrio, Dr. H., 88:1418, 1422, 1428; 89:1437, 1439
Sudbrack, Dra. Leonore, 61:912
Sukhnandan, Dr., 80:1271
Sunnen, Eugene, 197:3111, 3112, 3113, 3114, 3115
Sunnen, Joseph, 197:3110, 3111, 3112, 3113, 3116, 3118, 3119
Swingler, Mrs. Joan, 153:2555, 2565; 254:2569
Tachau, Mrs. Jean, 14:272, 275, 278, 281
Tachi, M., 94:1534
Tanabe, Mrs. Hiroko, 97:1586, 1590, 1597
Tapa, Dr. S., 75:1157
Tayback, Dr. Matthew, 48:784, 790; 49:803; 50:816; 52:836
Teal, Dr. Howard, 199:3156; 200:3169
Ten Have, Dr. Ralph, 19:347; 104:1704; 105:1715
Thein, Daw Mya, 62:941, 942, 945
Thompson, Mrs. Leonora, 109:1823
Thompson, Dr. Warren, 94:1530
Thomson, C.P., 85:1349, 1359; 86:1376; 87:1386
Tietze, Dr. Christopher, 1:13, 17; 15:297, 298; 28:489; 46:756-758, 760-762; 47:764, 767; 50:814, 815; 62:927; 164:2667; 165:2669-2671, 2673, 2674, 2678-2680; 166:2683-2685, 2687-2689, 2691; 167:2693, 2695, 2696, 2699, 2700, 2702; 168:2711-2716; 169:2717-2721; 217:3357
Tischauer, Dr. Ruth, 61:904
Torres, Mrs. Estella de, 45:736; 46:752
Trent, Mrs. Kathryn, 39:639; 135:2343; 138:2370; 141:2400
Turlington, Dr. Lee, 1:7, 25, 27, 28
Turpin, Dr. James, 78:1242; 79:1249
Twimasie, D.K., 77:1198, 1201
Uffelman, Mrs. Ivah, 37:623; 38:633; 39:644, 647; 40:655; 41:668, 677
Vailiant, Dr. Henry, 127:2238
Van Vector, Mrs. Maisie, 115:1927, 1933, 1940, 1949
Van Vleck, Joseph, Jr., 108:1784; 197:3120, 3121, 3122
Vaux, Dr. Norris, 200:3176; 201:3180
Verstuyft, Dr. L., 75:1160
Vicary, Mary, 175:2776; 177:2795; 178:2810
Victor, M. Rene, 77:1220, 1221
Viel, Dr. Benjamin, 65:1000, 1002, 1004, 1008
Visram, Mrs. Sugra, 125:2183, 2185, 2189, 2193, 2197
Voegeli, Dr. Martha, 76:1187; 229:3542
Voge, Cecil I.B., 158:2608; 159:2613; 204:3211
Vogt, Dr. Mary, 14:269
Vogt, William, 145:2451, 2453, 2454, 2457; 146:2458, 2461
Waddill, Mrs. Ella, 23:408; 25:435
Wadia, Mrs. A.B., 80:1275; 81:1285; 82:1301; 83:1315; 84:1337; 85:1350; 86:1381
Waheed, Begum Saida, 111:1855, 1862, 1868; 112:1872, 1876
Ward, A.J.H., 221:3422, 3425; 222:3432, 3437, 3442; 223:3447, 3448, 3455; 224:3461, 3469
Wardwell, Dr. France, 80:1263
Watlington, Elton, 113:1901, 1903, 1908, 1911
Watson, Dr. E.F. ("Tubby"), 116:1982, 1990; 117:1996, 2001, 2007, 2012, 2016
Watumull, Mrs. Ellen, 196:3108; 198:3123-3133
Webb, Dr. John, 87:1394
Webster, Mrs. Claudia, 115:1950
Weill-Halle, Dr. Lagroua, 76:1174, 1176, 1179, 1180, 1181, 1182
West, Donald, 3:49
Westfall, Mrs. Winifred, 34:557, 561, 562
Wharton, Dr. May, 37:613
Whitcomb, Dr. E.W., 80:1267
Whitehill, Mrs. Jean, 201:3185, 3193; 204:3215
Whitelaw, Helen, 22:395
Wickham, Mrs. Bernice, 6:129; 130:2303
Wiesner, B.P., 207:3260
Willard, Aleeth, 34:563, 564, 567, 568
Williams, Dr., W.C., 37:624
Williams, Walker, 75:1150, 1153
Williamson, Dr. Susan, 106:1748
Wing, Dr. Wilson M., 47:768, 771, 775, 776,779; 48:783, 790; 49:795, 796, 802, 803
Winston, Dr. Ellen, 27:471; 29:491; 30:507
Wiser, W.H., 80:1278; 81:1291; 83:1320
Wong, Mrs. Nancy Fu, 78:1243; 79:1251, 1252, 1257, 1258, 1260
Wood, Mrs. Elizabeth, 121:2109, 2110
Wood, Dr. H. Curtis, 230:3552, 3556, 3557; 231:3561
Wood, Dr. J. Edwin, 43:706
Wood, L. Foster, 233:3582
Woodcock, Mrs. Helen, 118:2040, 2044, 2046
Woodside, Mrs. Moya, 29:493; 30:509, 510; 226:3504
Worth, George, 104:1696, 1705; 105:1719, 1728; 106:1735
Worthington, Mrs. Union, 6:124, 126
Wright, Dr. Helena, 122:2113; 149:2499; 150:2509, 2516
Wulkop, Elsie, 6:127; 7:135, 137, 138; 8:179-181; 18:326-329, 331, 332, 334-336; 21:364; 22:381; 26:456, 461; 27:466; 28:480; 29:497, 498; 158:2602; 198:3134-3145; 230:3550, 3551
Wyers, Dr. Robert, 5:96
Wyker, James, 61:1005
Wylie, Mrs. Frances, 3:52
Wyman, Olga (Mrs. Jeffries), 70:1082; 76:1175
Wyon, Dr. John B., 80:1266, 1270, 1274; 81:1289, 1290; 82:1309; 83:1319, 1328; 84:1339; 85:1351; 86:1369; 87:1387
Wyon, Mrs. John B., 83:1319; 85:1351
Yang, Dr. Jae Mo, 104:1703; 105:1713, 1724; 106:1732, 1733, 1739
York, Dr. Sara, 37:624
You, Mrs. Renee, 119:2049, 2050, 2051
Yu Un Ek, Mr., 79:1254, 1260
Zalduondo, Mrs. Celestina, 48:789; 49:801; 50:811; 51:824; 52:835, 842, 843; 53:851, 857, 862
Zanartu, Dr. Juan, 65:1004
Zappe, Robert, 108:1806
Zukoski, Mrs. Bernardine, 1:8
Zukoski, Charles & Bernardine, 62:951; 71:1092, 1099; 88:1431; 89:1458; 97:1593; 103:1686; 104:1708, 1709; 106:1753; 109:1819; 114:1937; 121:2085, 2086; 124:2173, 2174, 2176; 180:2843; 189:2972-2989
Title
Gamble, Clarence James, 1894-. Papers, 1920-1970s (inclusive), 1920-1966 (bulk): Finding Aid. H MS c23
Author
Center for the History of Medicine. Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine.
EAD ID
med00082

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