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Mudd Family Papers


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Dr. Stuart Mudd (1893-1975) and his wife, Dr. Emily Hartshorne Mudd (1898-1998) were two outstanding members of the University of Pennsylvania faculty. A world-renowned microbiologist hailed for his work in freeze-drying blood plasma and combating patient infections in hospitals, Dr. Stuart Mudd served the Medical School's Pathology Department, as Chairman of the Bacteriology Department, as Chairman of the Microbiology Department, and as Chief of the Microbiologic Research Program at the Philadelphia Veterans Administration Hospital. He held a bachelor of science degree from Princeton University (1916), a Master of Arts degree from Washington University (1918), and a M.D. from Harvard (1920). He also attended the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 1933-1934 at Pennsylvania. Dr. Stuart Mudd retired from the Medical School faculty in 1959 and spent the remainder of his career at the Philadelphia Veterans Administration Hospital. His research accomplishments are chronicled in some 200 papers and several books which he edited. He was also involved in efforts to control world population and other international problems.

Dr. Emily Hartshorne Mudd served as the founder and Director of the Marriage Council of Philadelphia, the consulting editor of the Kinsey Report on the Human Female, the President of the America Association of Marriage Counselors in 1952, and as Professor of Family Study in the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Pennsylvania. She graduated from the Lowthorne School of Architecture in 1921, earned a Master's Degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work in 1936 and a Doctorate in 1950 in sociology, majoring in the family. Dr. Emily H. Mudd was instrumental in founding Planned Parenthood Association of Philadelphia, and was responsible for the 1955 affiliation between the Marriage Council of Philadelphia and the Department of Psychiatry at Penn. She was the author and co-author of more than 200 professional and popular articles and books.

This collection contains assorted published articles by both Stuart and Emily Mudd largely in the form of journal articles or offprints of journal articles. Dr. Stuart Mudd's writings range in date from 1919 - 1974, and Dr. Emily Mudd's writings range in date from 1932 - 1980. Also contained in this collection are articles about Emily Mudd, and joint writings by Emily and Stuart Mudd.

The collection is arranged in four series: Writings of Emily Hartshorne Mudd, Writings about Emily Hartshorne Mudd, Joint Writings of Emily and Stuart Mudd, and the Writings of Stuart Mudd. Within each series materials are arranged chronologically.

Accessioned in 1975 and 1980.

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1932: "Is Preventative Work the Next Step?".
Box 1 Folder 1
1933: "Clinical Service in Germany".
Box 1 Folder 2
1935: "Has the Marriage Counsel a Place in Community Activity?".
Box 1 Folder 3
1936: "Marriage Counsel of Philadelphia," "The Relation of Marriage Counsel to the Maternal Health Center," "Some Aspects of Counseling in a Marriage and Family Consultation Service".
Box 1 Folder 4
1937: "An Analysis of One Hundred Consecutive Cases in the Marriage Counsel of Philadelphia," "Young People and Marriage," "Youth and Marriage".
Box 1 Folder 5
1938: "Marriage Counseling As Afforded by Recently Developed Marriage and Family Counseling Clinics," "Use and Misuse of Books in Counseling".
Box 1 Folder 6
1939: "The Premarital Interview, an Interpretation of Professional Attitudes and Procedures".
Box 1 Folder 7
1940: "Cooperative Project in Marriage Counseling," "Development of Marriage Counsel of Philadelphia as a Community Service, 1932-1940," "Information and Attitude, Their Relation to Counseling Procedures in Sexual Adjustment".
Box 1 Folder 8
1940: "Report of Committee on Marriage and Family Counseling".
Box 1 Folder 8
1941: "Marriage Problems in Relation to Selective Service," "Premarital Counseling in the Philadelphia Marriage Counsel," "Sex Education for the Married Couple".
Box 1 Folder 9
1945: "Counseling, A Philosophy and Method," "Some Effects of the War on Young Women".
Box 1 Folder 10
1946: "Growing Up in the World Today - Attitudes Toward Sex Education and Personality Development," "Women's Conflicting Values".
Box 1 Folder 11
1947: "The Family in the Soviet Union".
Box 1 Folder 12
1949: "The ABC's of Marriage Counseling," "Will They Be Ready for Marriage?".
Box 1 Folder 13
1950: "A Decade of Group Counseling," "Effects on Casework of Obtaining Research Material," "Some Results From Research at Marriage Council of Philadelphia," "Survey of a Research Project in Marriage Counseling".
Box 1 Folder 14
1951: "Marriage Counseling".
Box 1 Folder 15
1952: "The Marriage Council".
Box 1 Folder 16
1953: "Anticipated Development of Case From Content of First Interview Record," "Can One Partner Be Successfully Counseled Without the Other?," "The Social Worker's Function in Divorce Proceedings".
Box 1 Folder 17
1954: "Protesting Methods for Follow-Up to Validate Measures of Movement in Casework".
Box 1 Folder 18
1955: "Counselor's Attitudes Toward Technical Aids to the Counseling Practice," "Medical School Electives on Family Attitudes, Sexual Behavior, and Marriage Counseling," "Pinpoint Impressions on Family Living in Japan," "Psychiatry and Marital Problems".
Box 1 Folder 19
1955: "Research and Service in Social Work, Conditions for a Stable Union," "Woman's Finest Role".
Box 1 Folder 19
1956: "Memorandum on Strengthening Family Life in U.S.".
Box 1 Folder 20
1957: "Anxieties Associated With the Conduct of Research in a Clinical Setting," "The Development of a Research Methodology for Achieving the Cooperation of Alcoholics and their Nonalcoholic Wives," "Knowns and Unknowns in Marriage Counseling Research".
Box 1 Folder 21
1957: "Some Theoretical and Practical Problems in Evaluating Effectiveness of Counseling".
Box 1 Folder 21
1958: "After College What," "The American Family," "Communicating and Understanding," "The Interrelatedness of Alcoholism and Marital Conflict," "Problems of Young People in Love".
Box 1 Folder 22
1959: "Recurring Problems in Marriage Counseling".
Box 1 Folder 23
1960: "When the Young Marry Too Young".
Box 1 Folder 24
1961: "An Experiment in Marriage Counseling by Three New Jersey Churches," "Paired Reports of Sexual Behavior of Husbands and Wives in Conflicting Marriages".
Box 1 Folder 25
1962: "Areas of Marital Conflict in Successfully and Unsuccessfully Functioning Families," "Mental Health Teaching in Professional Education".
Box 1 Folder 26
1963: "Marital Problems and Marital Adjustment".
Box 1 Folder 27
1964: "American Women and Their Work," "Changing Role of the American Family," "Concepts of Marital Diagnosis and Therapy as Developed at the Division of Family Study...," "Marriage Counseling Instruction in a Medical School".
Box 1 Folder 28
1965: "Counseling Couples in Conflicting Marriages".
Box 1 Folder 29
1966: "Community Psychiatry Integration of Medical and Non-medical Community Resources," "Experts View the Doctor as a Family Man," "Indications for Marriage Counseling Methods and Goals".
Box 1 Folder 30
1966: "Lawyers and Social Workers: Collaborators or Competitors in Resolving Marital Conflict?," "Memoir of Lovett Dewees, 1880-1965".
Box 1 Folder 30
1967: "American Association of Marriage Counselors The First 25 Years," "How Doctors Can be Better Fathers".
Box 1 Folder 31
1968: "The Effect of Parenthood on Marriage," "The Effects of Suicidal Behavior Upon Marriage and the Family," "The Exploration of Methods to Reduce Broken First Appointments," "Marriage Counseling with Alcoholics and their Spouses...".
Box 1 Folder 32
1968: "The Need for Evaluation," "Roundtable: Frigidity," "What's Happened to Femininity in the U.S.?".
Box 1 Folder 32
1969: "Theological Education, Issues, Settings, and Process in Education for Ministry".
Box 1 Folder 33
1970: "How Frequently is Sex an Important Factor in Divorce?".
Box 1 Folder 34
1971: "Attitudes of Black Women and Men Toward Using Community Services," "Ideas and Actions, Psychosexual Response and Attitudes Toward Family Planning," "Women's Conflicting Values in Relation to Marriage," "Youth and Population".
Box 1 Folder 35
1972: "What Has Been the Most Important Innovation in the Field of Sexuality in the Past 30 Years?," "Sexual Problems and Psychologic Disturbance," "Report of the Pennsylvania Abortion Law Commission".
Box 1 Folder 36
1973: "Criticism of Masters and Johnson Therapy," "List of Reprints and Books - 1932-1958, Marriage Council of Philadelphia," "Marriage Counseling Since Pearl Harbor".
Box 1 Folder 37
1973: "One Hundred Pregnant Adolescents, Treatment Approaches in a University Hospital," "Population, Health and Family," "Training Dual Sex Teams for Rapid Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction".
Box 1 Folder 37
1974: "Changing Attitudes Toward Sexual Mores and Behavior, Their Effect on Premarital and Marital Counseling".
Box 1 Folder 38
1975: "Mankind, Its Numbers, Health and Family Arrangement," "Marriage Counseling and The Related Professions," "Teenagers, Contraception and Pregnancy".
Box 1 Folder 39
1976: "The AAMC and AAMFC: Nearly Forty Years of Form and Function".
Box 1 Folder 40
1977: "Financial Tips that can Save Your Marriage," "The Historical Background of Ethical Considerations in Sex Research and Sex Therapy".
Box 1 Folder 41
1978: "Adolescent Health Services and Contraceptive Use".
Box 1 Folder 42
1979: "The Family -- Critical Issues Facing Institutions of Medicine".
Box 1 Folder 43
1980: "The Couple As a Unit -- Sexual, Social and Behavioral Considerations to Reproductive Barriers".
Box 1 Folder 44
No Date: "Have Knowledge and Freedom Brought Greater Happiness to the Home?," "How to Help Your Parents With Marital Problems," "Marriage Counseling," "Thoughts on the Sociological and Psychological Aspects of Abortion," "When Your Man Comes Home".
Box 1 Folder 45

1973: The Baldwin Echoes, 1973 Alumnae Association Award; Health Affairs, Spring, 1973, "Love and Microbes"; Also: miscellaneous papers.
Box 1 Folder 46

1925: On the Surface Composition of Normal and Sensitized Blood Cells; 1947: Medical Mission to Moscow, Soviet Medicine and Family Relations.
Box 1 Folder 47
1955: Schedule and Resumes of the Communications of the Foreign Participants at XIV Japan Medical Congress: Stuart Mudd: Light and Electron-Microscopic Studies on the Replication of Bacteriophages.
Box 1 Folder 47
1955: E. H. Mudd: Psychiatry and Marital Problems - Mental Health Implications.
Box 1 Folder 47
1966: Conflict Resolution and World Education (edited by Stuart Mudd); Conflict and Conflict Resolution in Families (written by E. H. Mudd).
Box 1 Folder 47

1919: "An Experimental Study of a Possible Mechanism for Excitation of Infections of the Pharynx and Tonsils".
Box 1 Folder 48
1921: "Reactions of the Nasal Cavity and Postnasal Space to Chilling of the Body Surface I. Vasomotor Reactions," "II. Concurrent Study of Bacteriology of Nose and Throat," "Vasomotor Reactions of the Nasal Cavity and Post-Nasal Space to Chillilng..".
Box 1 Folder 49
1923: "Experiments on the Migration of Bacteria".
Box 1 Folder 50
1924: "The Penetration of Bacteria Through Capillary Spaces".
Box 1 Folder 51
1925: "Electroendosmosis Through Mammalian Serous Membranes, I. Hydrogen Ion Reversal Point With Buffers Containing Polyvalent Anions," "II. Comparison of Hydrogen Ion Reversal Points With Acetate and Citrate - Phosphate Buffers".
Box 1 Folder 52
1926: "Electroendosmosis Through Mammalian Serous Membranes, III. The Relation of Current Strength and Specific Resistance to Rate of Liquid Transport. Transport rate with Serum".
Box 1 Folder 53
1927: "An Improved Arrangement for Bacteria- Retaining Filters," "Methods of Studying the Surfaces of Living Cells".
Box 1 Folder 54
1929: "Effect of Echinid Egg-Waters on the Surface Potential Difference of the Sperm".
Box 1 Folder 55
1930: "The Relation of Washed Granules from Commercial Vaccine to the Virus".
Box 1 Folder 56
1931: "The Deformability and the Wetting Properties of Leucocytes and Erythrocytes".
Box 1 Folder 57
1933: "Modification of Antibodies by Formaldehyde," "The Physical Chemistry of Bacterial Agglutination and Its Relation to Colloidal Theory".
Box 1 Folder 58
1934: "Sensitization of Bacteria with Normal and Immune Human Serum".
Box 1 Folder 59
1935: "Paradoxical Relation Between Zeta Potential and Suspension Stability in S and R Variants of Intestinal Bacteria".
Box 1 Folder 60
1936: "The Mechanism of Inactivation of Mercurial Antiseptics by Serum, and Its Implications Regarding the Possibility of Intravenous Antiseptics," "The Philadelphia and Alaska Strains of Influenza Virus".
Box 1 Folder 61
1937: "Apparent Antigenicity of Plastein," "Labile Bacterial Antigens and Methods of Preparing and Preserving Them," "Labile Bacterial Antigens and Methods for their Preparation and Preservation".
Box 1 Folder 62
1937: "A Low Temperature Ball-Mill for the Liberation of Labile Cellular Products".
Box 1 Folder 62
1938: "A Stable Hemolysin-Leucocidin and its Crystalline Derivative Isolated from Beta Hemolytic Streptococci".
Box 1 Folder 63
1939: "The Antigenic Structure of Hemolytic Streptococci of Lancefield Group A, " "The Immunochemistry of Streptococcus Pyogenes".
Box 1 Folder 64
1940: "The Antigenic Structure of Hemolytic Streptococci of Lancefield Group A," "Histopathological Changes Produced in Rabbits by Experimental Inoculation With Hemolytic Streptococci and Certain of Their Component Factors".
Box 1 Folder 65
1941: "Blood and Blood Substitutes in the Treatmentof Hemorrhage, Secondary Shock and Burns," "Serological Reactivity of Nucleic Acid".
Box 1 Folder 66
1942: "Air-Borne Infection and Experimental Air-Borne Disease," "Bacterial Morphology as Shown by the Electron Microscope".
Box 1 Folder 67
1942: "Large Scale Desiccation of Blood Substitutes from the Frozen State: A Comparison of Currently Available Types of Equipment," "Plasma and Serum As Blood Substitutes".
Box 1 Folder 67
1942: "Recapitulation and Outlook," "The Tolerance of Rabbits for the Agglutination and the Toxins of Hemophilus Pertussis".
Box 1 Folder 67
1943: "Bacterial Morphology as Shown by the Electron Microscope," "Germicides and Antibacterial Agents," "Internal Structure of Certain Bacteria as Revealed by the Electron Microscope".
Box 1 Folder 68
1943: "The Pneumococcal Capsular Swelling Reaction," "Recent Advances in the Control of Air-Borne Infection".
Box 1 Folder 68
1944: "Cultural Interchange between the Soviet Union and the United States," "Current Progress in Sterilization of Air," "Examination of Germicides and Antibacterial Agents".
Box 1 Folder 69
1944: "Pathogenic Bacteria, Rickettsias and Virus as Shown by the Electron Microscope".
Box 1 Folder 69
1945: "The Action of Synthetic Detergents Upon Certain Strains of Bacteriophage and Virus," "Bacterias, Ricketsias y Virus Patogenos Demostrables con el Microscopio Electronico".
Box 1 Folder 70
1945: "Can Chemotherapy be Extended to Include the Intracellular Disease Agents?".
Box 1 Folder 70
1947: "Programs for Medicine and National Health in the USSR," "Recent Observations on Programs for Medicine and National Health in the USSR," "The "Survival Value" of Science".
Box 1 Folder 71
1948: "Henry E. Sigerist - His Interest in Soviet Medicine," "Responses of Human Subjects to Vaccines in Saline-in-Mineral Oil Emulsion".
Box 1 Folder 72
1948: "Specific Means for Estimation of Susceptibility to Whooping Cough and for its Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment," "Submicroscopic Structure of the Bacterial Cell, as Shown by the Electron Microscope".
Box 1 Folder 72
1949: "Electron Microscope in Relation to the Medical Sciences," "Electromicroscopic Visualization of Bacteria," "Internal Structure and Nuclei in Cells of Escherichia Coli as Shown by Improved Electron Microscope Techniques".
Box 1 Folder 73
1950: "Electron and Light Microscopic Studies of Bacterial Nuclei, I. Adaptation of Cytological Processing to Electron Microscopy, Bacterial Nuclei as Vesicular Structures".
Box 1 Folder 74
1950: "III. The Nuclear Sites in Metal-Shadowed Cells of Escherichia Coli," "Electron Microscope Studies of Bacterial Nuclei. "Fixation" of the Specimen in the Electron Beam".
Box 1 Folder 74
1950: "The Fixation of Electron Microscopic Specimens by the Electron Beam," "The Morphological Characteristics of Paired Sulfonamide-Susceptible and Sulfonamide-Resistant Strains of Staphylococcus Aureus".
Box 1 Folder 74
1951: "The Discovery of Mitochondria in Bacteria," "Further Evidence of the Existence of Mitochondria in Bacteria," "Micrococcus Cryophilus, Spec. Nov.; A Large Coccus Especially Suitable for Cytologic Study".
Box 1 Folder 75
1951: "The Occurrence of Mitosis in the Vegetative Phase of Bacillus Megatherium".
Box 1 Folder 75
1952: "Current Status of the Bacterial Nucleus," "The Cytology of the Tubercle Bacillus with Reference to Mitochondria and Nuclei," "The Mitochondria and Nuclei of Mycobacteria".
Box 1 Folder 76
1953: "A Cytological Investigation of the Mitochondria of Three Strains of Salmonella Typhosa," "A Cytology of the Tubercle Bacillus with Reference to Mitochondria and Nuclei," "Evidence of the Existence of Mitochondria in Proteus".
Box 1 Folder 77
1953: "Light and Electron Microscopic Studies of Escherichia Coli-Coliphage Interactions, I. Preparative Method," "III. Persistence of Mitochondria and Reductase Activity...," "The Microbiologic Agents of Infectious Disease," "The Mitochondria of Bacteria".
Box 1 Folder 77
1953: "A Note Concerning Bacterial Cell Walls, Mitochondria and Nuclei," "Trends and Perspectives of Bacterial Cytology," "The Use of Neotetrazolium Chloride in Cultures of Tubercle Bacilli".
Box 1 Folder 77
1954: "Cytology of Bacteria," "The Differentiation of Nuclei and Cytoplasmic Organelles in Bacteria," "Specialized Mitochondria in CorynebacteriumDiptheriae".
Box 1 Folder 78
1955: "Azaserine as an Inducing Agent for the Development of Phage in the Iysogenic Escherichia Coli, k-12," "Cytological Analysis of Ultraviolet Irradiated Escherichia Coli".
Box 1 Folder 79
1955: "Cytological Sequences Following Ultraviolet Irradiation of Escherichia Coli," "Cytological Study of Caryophanon Latum," "The Cytology of a Strain of Corynebacterium Diptheriae," "The Differentiation of Mitochondria in Strains of Cocci".
Box 1 Folder 79
1955: "Light and the Electron-Microscopic Studies of the Replication of Bacteriophages," "The Role of Science in the West".
Box 1 Folder 79
1956: "Cellular Organization in Relation to Function," "Cytological Analysis of Ultraviolet-Irradiated Escherichia Coli," "Cytological Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation and Azaserine on Corynebacterium Diptheriae".
Box 1 Folder 80
1956: "Cytological Reactions of Escherichia Coli, Strain B, and its Mutants Resistant to Ultraviolet Radiation," "Electron-Scattering Granules and Reducing Sites in Mycobacteria," "Factors Conditioning the Accumulation and Disappearance of Metaphosphate".
Box 1 Folder 80
1957: "Changes in the Composition and Morphology of Bacillus Megaterium Grown on Nitrogen Deficient Medium," "Clues to the Rational Preparation of Anti-bacterial and anti-viral agents".
Box 1 Folder 81
1957: "Contrasting Morphology of B. Megaterium Under Different Nutritional Conditions," "Reducing Sites in Bacterial Cells of the Anaerobic Genus Clostridium and their Differentiation from other Cell Structures".
Box 1 Folder 81
1958: "Polyphosphate as Accumulator of Phosphorous and Energy," "Spore Germination and Spirogenesis in Bacillus Megaterium," "Staphylococcic Infections in the Hospital and Community," "Sterile Technique in Professional Service Departments".
Box 1 Folder 82
1959: "Plasma Membranes and Mitochondrial Equivalents as Functionally Coordinated Structures," "The Staphylococcus Problem, reprints, from Scientific American".
Box 1 Folder 83
1960: "Arthur Park Hitchens Lecture Fund," "Demonstration of Extracellular Material Associated with aStrain of Staph. Aureus," "Morphological Changes of Lactobacillus bifidus var. Pennsylvanicus Produced by a Cell-Wall Precursor".
Box 1 Folder 84
1960: "The Predictability of Enhancing Specific Resistance of Staph. Infection," "Spheroidal Forms of Bacillus Megaterium Induced by Potassium Tellurite," "Virulence and Coagulases of Staph. Aureus".
Box 1 Folder 84
1961: "Concerning the Surfaces of Cells of Staph. Pyogenes," "Cytopathogenic Effect of Staph. Filtrates on Human Cells in Tissue Culture: Neutralization with Immune Sera".
Box 1 Folder 85
1961: "Plasma Membranes and Mitochondrial Equiv. as Functionally Co-ordinated Structures," "Relationship of Some Extracellular Enzymes of Staph. Aureus to Nutritional Conditions".
Box 1 Folder 85
1962: "Dissociation of Phagocytosis and Intracellular Killing of Staph. Aureus by Human Blood Leukocytes," "Emerging Sophistication in Micro. Research," "Epidemiology and Treatment of Chronic Staph. Infections in the Household".
Box 1 Folder 86
1962: "Interaction of Human Sera with Various Serotypes of Staph. Pyogenes," "The Internal Organization of the Mycobacterial Cell," "Nonmucoid mutant of the Encapsulated Smith Strain of Staph. Aureus".
Box 1 Folder 86
1962: "Partial Protection of Mice by Human Gamma-Globulin Against Staph. Aureus on Subcutaneous Sutures," "Review of Science and the Future of Mankind," "Specific Resistance to Staph.," "Staph. Disease: Imperfectly Understood Aspects".
Box 1 Folder 86
1962: "Titrations of Antibodies Against Haemolysin and the Components of Staph. Leucocidin in Human Subjects Following Immunization".
Box 1 Folder 86
1963: "Changing Nature of Infectious Agents," "Common Protein Agglutinogen of Staph. Aureus I. Distribution in International Serotypes and Corresponding Antibody in Human Populations".
Box 1 Folder 87
1963: "II. Purification, Chemical Characterization, and Serologic Comparison with Jensen's Antigen," "Identification of a Somatic Antigen of Staph. Aureus Critical for Phagocytosis by Human Blood Leucocytes".
Box 1 Folder 87
1963: "Phagocytosis and Killing Staph. Aureus by Human Blood Leucocytes," "Role of Alpha Toxin in Lesion Formation by Staph. Aureus on Sutures Subcutaneously Implanted in Mice".
Box 1 Folder 87
1964: "Global Impacts of Applied Microbiology," "Phagocytosis and Intracellular Killing of Staph. Aureus," "Too Many People".
Box 1 Folder 88
1965: "The Antigenicity in Man of Staph. Leucocidin Toxoid," "Capsulation, Pseudocapsulation, and the Somatic Antigens of the Surface of Staph. Aureus," "Carbohydrate Components of the Culture Filtrate of Staph. Aureus".
Box 1 Folder 89
1965: "The Heat-Labile Serum Factor Associated with Intracellular Killing of Staph. Aureus," "Interaction of Viscid Material of Staph. Aureus with Specific Immune Serum".
Box 1 Folder 89
1966: "Features of a World Capable of Achieving Peace Under Law," "Immunologically Active Cell Wall Peptide Polymer From Culture Filtrates of Staph. Aureus".
Box 1 Folder 90
1966: "Reconstitution Extracellularly of Killing Staph. Aureus by Serum and Leucocytic Granule Extract," "Role of Serum in Intracellular Killing of Staph. In Rabbit Monocytes".
Box 1 Folder 90
1966: "Serum Effect on the Killing of Staph. Aureus by Human Leukocytic Extracts".
Box 1 Folder 90
1967: "Electron Microscopy of the Combination Antibodies with Flagellar Antigen and with a Pyocine," "The Immunologically Active Cell Wall Peptide Polymer of Staph. Aureus".
Box 1 Folder 91
1967: "Studies on the Carbohydrate-Peptide Fraction of the Centrifugal Supernatants of Staph. Aureus Cultures".
Box 1 Folder 91
1968: "Delayed Hypersensitivity to Staph. Aureus in Mice and Men," "Effect of the Nutritional Environment on the Development of Resistance to Polymyxin B in Pseudomonas Aeruginosa and Its Prevention by Atabrine".
Box 1 Folder 92
1968: "Staph. Delayed Hypersensitivity in Mice I. Induction and In Vivo Demonstration of Delayed Hypersensitivity," "II. In Vitro Demonstration and Specificity of Delayed Hypersensitivity".
Box 1 Folder 92
1968: "A Successful Parasite: Parasite-Host Interaction in Infection by Staph. Aureus," "Surgical Forum".
Box 1 Folder 92
1969: "Absorption of Serum with Staph. Cell Wall Components," "Forward to Volume VI of World Academy of Art and Science Newsletter," "Resistance to Vaccinia in Tuberculin-Hypersensitive Mice".
Box 1 Folder 93
1969: "Sequences in Medical Microbiology. Some Observations over Fifty Years".
Box 1 Folder 93
1970: "Atabrine As an Adjuvant in Chemotherapy of Urinary Tract Infections," "Cell Wall Component which Affects the Ability of Serum to Promote Phagocytosis and Killing Staph. Aureus".
Box 1 Folder 94
1970: "Delayed-Type Hypersensitivity to Staph. Aureus in Human Subjects," "The Gratia Polyvalent Staph. Bacteriophage," "Immunologically Induced and Elicited Local Resistance to Staph. Aureus".
Box 1 Folder 94
1970: "Prevention of Resistance to Diethylstilbestrol in Staph. Aureus by Coumadin".
Box 1 Folder 94
1971: "Protection by Intraperitoneal Vaccination with a Ribosomal Preparation against Intravenous Challenge with Pseudomonas Aeruginosa in Mice".
Box 1 Folder 95
1971: "Prevention of Antibiotic Resistance in Vitro in Staph. Aureus, Escherichia Coli, and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa by Coumadin," " Resistance Against Staph. Aureus," "The Staph. Capability of Rabbit Macrophages".
Box 1 Folder 95
1972: "Staph. Capability of Rabbit Peritoneal Macrophages in Relation to Infection and Elicitation: Delayed Type Hypersensitivity Without Increased Resistance".
Box 1 Folder 96
1973: "Cell-Mediated Immunity in Mice Infected with Staph. Aureus and Elicited with Specific Bacterial Antigens," "Efficacy of Ribosomal Preparations from Pseudomonas Aeruginosa to Protect Against Intravenous Pseudomonas Challenge in Mice".
Box 1 Folder 97
1973: "Lack of Detectable Circulating Interferon in Mice Against Vaccinia Virus by Induction and Elicitation with Bacterial Systems".
Box 1 Folder 97
1973: "Protection of Mice Against Virus by Bacterial Infection and Sustained Stimulation with Specific Bacterial Antigens".
Box 1 Folder 97
1974: "Delayed-Type Hypersensitivity to S. Aureus and its Uses," "Specific and Nonspecific Cell-Mediated Resistance to Influenza Virus in Mice".
Box 1 Folder 98
1945 - (author unknown): Article Entitled "Germs, Medical Science Helps the Body in its Fight Against Six Great Groups of Them," from Life magazine.
Box 1 Folder 99

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