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    • Dr Gordon Davis Laboratory

    • 1938-04-21
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Ticks; Davis, Gordon Ernest, 1889-1977; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr Gordon Davis' laboratory showing jars used in Ornithodoros rearing
    • Former Laboratory Site at Canyon Creek Schoolhouse in 1921

    • 1921-27
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Canyon Creek schoolhouse; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • View from Dr. Parker's desk at the Canyon Creek laboratory showing the map counter in the foreground and the desk in the south side of the room.
    • Group Photograph of Gene Hughes and John Bell in 1938

    • 1938-04-21
    • Laboratories; Cox, Herald Rea, 1907-1986; Hughes, Lyndahl Gene, 1914-1980; Bell, Emlen John, 1911-1990; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr.Cox's Laboratory showing L.G. Hughes and E. John Bell
    • Illustration of Dermacentor andersoni Life Cycle

    • 1948-08-31
    • Illustrations; Life cycles (Biology); Ticks; Dermacentor andersoni; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Illustration by Demont showing the various stages in the life cycle of Dermacentor andersoni
    • Painting (Pandora's Box), Thomas J. Moore

    • 1939-01
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas J., 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Photograph (negative) of colored cartoon by Thomas J. Moore titled 'Pandora's Box' showing diseases caused by Rocky Mountain Wood Tick
    • Portrait of Dr. Herald Cox in 1938

    • 1938-10-19
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Cox, Herald Rea, 1907-1986; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Section of Dr. Cox's Laboratory showing Dr. Cox at work
    • Portrait of Thomas James Moore in 1938

    • 1938-04-21
    • Staff; Medical Illustrators; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • South West corner of Museum room showing Thomas J Moore, medical illustrator, at work
    • RML Campus in 1940

    • 1940-02
    • Laboratories; Buildings; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • View from northeast direction showing surface water collected in front of Hamilton laboratory site
    • Thomas J. Moore, Medical illustrator at work

    • 1938-02
    • Portraits; Medical Illustrators; Moore, Thomas J., 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • South West corner of Ravalli County Museum room showing Thomas J Moore, medical illustrator, at work
    • Tick Infestation in Blodgett Creek

    • 1922
    • Ticks; Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Ticks as carriers of disease; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Tick infestation areas in the Blodgett Creek region and landmark diagram showing intensive areas
    • Tick Infestation in Mill Creek

    • 1922
    • Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Ticks; Ticks as carriers of disease; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Tick infestation areas in the Mill Creek region and landmark diagram showing intensive areas
    • Tick Infestation on Elk

    • 1952-03
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Elk--Parasites; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dermacentor albipictus infestation presumed to be the primary cause of death of the host, a yearling elk. 1373 ticks were picked from the hide of the host animal showing the massive infestation of ticks. The dead elk was found nearly seven miles...
    • Tick Infestation on Elk

    • 1952-03
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Elk--Parasites; Elk--Diseases; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dermacentor albipictus infestation presumed to be the primary cause of death of the host, a yearling elk. 1373 ticks were picked from the hide of the host animal showing the massive infestation of ticks. The dead elk was found nearly seven miles...
    • Ticks that transmit spotted fever to man

    • 1947-04
    • Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.); Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
    • A plate showing three ticks that transmit spotted fever to man-- Dermacentor andersoni, Dermacentor variabilis and Dermacentor americanum. Picture shows males on left, females on right
    • Tuberculosis Research Laboratory

    • 1960-08
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Tuberculosis; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • View of the tuberculosis research room showing facilities and aerosol inoculation techniques
    • Vaccine Storage

    • 1937-06
    • Ticks; Vaccines; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Interior of cold storage refrigerator showing Rocky Mountain spotted fever vaccine in stock

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