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    • Tick Dipping Vat

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    • Cattle dip; Ticks; Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Scene at the tick dipping vat. Cattle go through the process in Bitter Root Valley.
    • Former Laboratory Site in Powderville, MT in 1916

    • 1916-06
    • Laboratories; Parker, R. R. (Ralph Robinson), 1888-1949; Parker, Adah Nicolet, 1894-1984; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. Ralph Parker and wife, Adah N. Parker, with horses at one of the buildings set up as a laboratory in Powderville , Montana for tick studies conducted through 1916-1917
    • Dipping Vats

    • 1933-04-29
    • Tularemia; Tick-borne diseases; Dipping vats; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • In Ringling, Mont., yearling sheep (between one to two years of age that may or may not have produced offspring) walk through dipping vats to control the spread of tularemia
    • 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...

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