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Author(s):
Rivers, Thomas M. (Thomas Milton), 1888-1962
Publisher:
[Baltimore? : s.n., 1920?]
Subject(s):
Haemophilus influenzae -- classification
Author(s):
Nicolai, Georg Friedrich, 1874-1964, author
Publisher:
New York : The Century Co., 1919
Subject(s):
War
Internationality
World War I
53. Blighty
Author(s):
Hays, Harold, 1880-1940, author
Publisher:
New York City : Communal Printing Company, [1920?]
Subject(s):
Military Personnel
World War I
Fictional Works
Author(s):
Cushing, Harvey, 1869-1939, author
Publisher:
Boston, Mass. : Published for the Harvard Alumni Association by the Harvard Bulletin Incorporated, [1917]
Subject(s):
Hospitals, Military
Bombs
World War I
France
Harvard U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 5.
Author(s):
Campbell, Frances, 1870- author
Publisher:
New York : E.P. Dutton & Company, 1917
Subject(s):
Home Nursing
Popular Works
Author(s):
Bowser, Thekla, author
Publisher:
New York : Moffat, Yard and Company, 1917
Subject(s):
Military Nursing -- history
Voluntary Workers
World War I
Voluntary Aid Detachment (Great Britain)
Author(s):
Goodpasture, Ernest William, 1886-1960
Publisher:
Chicago : American Medical Association, c1919
Subject(s):
Bronchopneumonia -- etiology
Influenza, Human -- complications
Author(s):
Lynah, Henry Lowndes.
Publisher:
New York : William Wood & Co., [1920?]
Subject(s):
Bronchiectasis -- surgery
Lung Abscess -- surgery
Bronchoscopy -- methods
Author(s):
Visiting Nurse Service (Henry Street Settlement (New York, N.Y.))
New York Academy of Medicine, donor.
Publisher:
New York : Central House, 1922
Subject(s):
Community Health Nursing -- methods
Community Health Nursing -- organization & administration
New York City
Visiting Nurse Service (Henry Street Settlement (New York, N.Y.))
Author(s):
Officer of the British Army, author
Solano, E. John, editor
Publisher:
New York : George U. Harvey Publishing Company, [1917]
Subject(s):
Military Hygiene
Great Britain