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    • Egg Yolk Sac Method

    • 1959-04
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Rickettsia; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. Cox's yolk sac method to cultivate rickettsia in the yolk sac membrane tissue was widely used to harvest other organisms for study. Picture shows technicians setting up to cultivate, innoclate and harvest egg yolk sacs.
    • Former Laboratory Site at Sweeney Creek Camp

    • 1910 (Fall Season)
    • Fieldwork; King, Willard Van Orsdel, 1888-1970; Cooley, Robert Allen, 1873-1968; Morgan, Harcourt A., 1867-1950; Fisher, Albert Kenrick, 1856-1948; Hunter, Walter David, 1875-1925; Birdseye, Clarence, 1886-1956; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli...
    • Visiting officials from Washington at Sweeney Creek Camp in Florence. In the picture: Dr. Elmer Fessler, W.V. King, Dr. Robert Allen Cooley, H. A. Morgan, A. K. Fisher, W.D. Hunter, and Dr. Clarence Birdseye.
    • Group Photograph of Retirement Party

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    • Staff; Murray, Elizabeth Viola "Bessie" Cooper, 1897-1977; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Some of the personnel of the glassware preparation daprtment. Picture was taken on the occasion of Mrs Bess Murray's Civil Service retirement.
    • Group Photograph of RML Staff

    • 1943-06
    • Staff; Jones, Philip Leroy, 1909-1944; Anderson, Benjamin E., 1913-1979; Maki, Walter A., 1907-1985; Antoine, Lester D., 1905-1984; Grimes, Edward Francis, 1913-2006; Meritt, Franklin P. "Shorty", 1890-1965; Whitcomb, Arthur E., 1874-1958; Kohls,...
    • RML Staff Portrait. Following RML personnel have been identified in this picture: Leroy Jones, Ben Anderson, Walter Maki, Les Antoine, Edward Grimes, Frank Meritt, Art Whitcomb, Glen Kohls, Dr. Herbert Hayward, Dr.Cooley, Dr. Gordon Davis, Dr...
    • Group Phototograph on Future Site of Rocky Mountain Laboratories

    • 1927-06-04
    • Laboratories; Spencer, Roscoe R., 1888-1982; Parker, R. R. (Ralph Robinson), 1888-1949; Cogswell, William F., 1868-1956; O'Donnell, Francis James, 1886-1962; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • In the picture: Dr. R. R. Spencer, Dr. R. R. Parker, Dr. William F. Cogswell, State Health officer of Hawai, and Dr. Frank O'Donnell, standing on site of new laboratory.
    • Group Phototograph on Future Site Rocky Mountain Laboratories

    • 1927-06-04
    • Laboratories; Staff; Spencer, Roscoe R., 1888-1982; Parker, R.R. (Ralph Robinson), 1888-1949; Cogswell, William F., 1868-1956; O'Donnell, Francis James, 1886-1962; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • In the picture: Dr. R. R. Spencer, Dr. R. R. Parker,Dr. William F. Cogswell, State Health officer of Hawaii, and Dr. Frank O'Donnell, standing on site of new laboratory.
    • Media Preparation Department

    • 1949-02
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Staff; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Picture shows laboratory interior of the media preparation department; dispensing saline solution.
    • Relapsing Fever Site

    • 1938-09-18
    • Fieldwork; Relapsing fever; Jefferson County, Colo.; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Picture shows a house where two cases of relapsing fever occurred consecutively in Jefferson County, Colorado.
    • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Patient

    • 1938-05
    • Symptoms; Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever; Mcgill, Caroline, 1879-1959; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • A patient of Dr. Caroline McGill (Butte) shows symptoms of Rocky Mountain spotted fever (arms covered with rashes). The picture is taken on the 18th day of the illness. The patient was not vaccinated for RMSF.
    • Tick Collection

    • 1940-11
    • Laboratories; Ticks; Kohls, Glen Milton, 1905-1986; Cooley, Robert Allen, 1873-1965; Rocky Mountain Laboratory ( Ravalli County, Mont)
    • View of Tick Collection on the second floor of building 2. Robert Cooley and Glen Kohls are in the picture.
    • Vaccination Technique

    • 1938-04-22
    • Staff; Ticks, Vaccines; Kerlee, James David, 1908-1939; Jones, Philip Leroy, 1909-1944; Laboratory animals; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Philip LeRoy Jones and James Kerlee administer an immunity test. Guinea pig is innoculated with infected blood. The picture also shows the animal cages housed at RML.
    • Vaccine Production, Yellow Fever

    • 1940-46
    • Yellow Fever; Vaccines; Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • In 1942, an outbreak in hepatitis B among U.S. troops was traced back to infected human serum in the Rockefeller yellow fever vaccine. The Rocky Mountain Laboratory took over production of the vaccine for the military. By then Dr. Hargett's unit...
    • Vaccine Production, Yellow Fever

    • 1940-46
    • Yellow Fever; Vaccines; Staff; Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Yellow fever research by Dr. Hargett and Harry Burruss facilitated the introduction of vaccine without the use of human serum. The cell culture method used to produce the vaccination led to the name aqueous-base vaccine. In this picture, chicken...
    • Vaccine Storage, Yellow Fever

    • 1940-46
    • Yellow Fever; Vaccines; Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Storage box for 120 ampules of vaccine. The picture denotes measurement and thickness of box and lid used to contain yellow fever vaccines.

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