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  • All fields: tick
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    • Tick Repellent Testing

    • 1947-03
    • Ticks; Repellents --Testing; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Testing the effectiveness of tick repellents. Subject is wearing white socks so that ticks will be as visible as possible.
    • Tick Repellent Testing

    • 1947-03
    • Ticks; Repellents--Testing; Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Testing the effectiveness of tick repellents at the Rocky Mountain Laboratory.
    • Tick Removal

    • 1959-04
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Moose; Philip, Cornelius B. (Cornelius Becker), 1900-1987; Gaon, Jakob Avram, 1914-1995; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. Jakob A. Gaon of Yugoslavia assists Dr. Cornelius B. Philip. The doctors are removing ticks -Dermacentor albipictus and Dermacentor andersoni- from the body of a moose calf that likely died from heavy tick infestion. The moose was found on...
    • Tick Removal

    • 1959-04
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.); Moose
    • Dr. Jakob A. Gaon of Yugoslavia assists Dr. Cornelius B. Philip. The doctors are removing ticks -Dermacentor albipictus and Dermacentor andersoni- from the body of a moose calf that likely died from heavy tick infestion. The moose was found on...
    • Tick Parasitized Moose

    • 1947-03
    • Staff; Moose--Parasites; Jellison, William Livingston, 1906-1995; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Moose killed due to over parasitization being autopsied by William Jellison (left).
    • Tick Paralysis in Bison

    • 1951-11-04
    • Tick paralysis; Bison; Buffalo; Ranching--Montana; Fieldwork; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Paralyzed young bison being clipped to expose ticks for picking and application of chlordane solution on Robert Schall Ranch near Arlee, Lake County, Montana.
    • Tick Paralysis in Bison

    • 1951-11-04
    • Tick paralysis; Bison; Buffalo; Ranching--Montana; Fieldwork; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Yearling bison down with tick paralysis. Tick, D. Andersoni, being pointed out.
    • Tick Paralysis in Bison

    • 1951-11-04
    • Tick paralysis; Bison; Ranching--Montana; Fieldwork; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Yearling bison lie paralyzed. Five cows and 6 of the 10 yearlings in the herd became paralyzed within one day. All of them recovered.
    • Tick Paralysis in Bison

    • 1951-11-04
    • Tick paralysis; Bison; Buffalo; Buildings; Ranching--Montana; Fieldwork; Landscape; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Yearling bison in foreground lies paralyzed while men load another paralyzed yearling into a trailer. Five cows and 6 of the 10 yearlings in the herd became paralyzed within one day. All of them recovered.
    • Tick Paralysis in Bison

    • 1951-11-04
    • Tick paralysis; Bison; Buffalo; Buildings; Landscape; Ranching--Montana; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Robert Schall Ranch, 5 miles north west of Arlee, Lake County, Montana. This photo shows the ranch looking north and a distant view of buildings and hills immediately behind. The bison ranged on these hills for 2 weeks prior to coming down with...
    • Tick Paralysis in Bison

    • 1951-11-04
    • Tick paralysis; Bison, Buffalo; Ranching--Montana; Fieldwork; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Paralyzed yearling bison unable to move its head around to a normal position.
    • 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...
    • Tick Infestation in Mill Creek, MT

    • 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 in Blodgett Creek, MT

    • 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 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.
    • Tick Attached to Biopsied Scalp

    • 1958-06
    • Ticks; Tick paralysis; Tick toxicoses; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Engorged female tick attached to a piece of biopsied scalp taken from a 3 year old Indian girl from Driggs, Idaho. The girl died of tick paralysis at Idaho Falls hospital.
    • Portrait of Dr. John F. Anderson

    • 1920
    • Anderson, John F., 1871-1958; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. John F. Anderson conducted valuable research on the Rocky Mountain wood tick, Dermacentor andersoni (Stiles).
    • Portrait of Dr. Isaiah U. Temple

    • 1965
    • Temple, Isaiah Ulysses, 1868-1945; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. Isaiah U. Temple in his office in Pendleton, Oregon. Dr. Temple was the first physician to describe tick paralysis. Tick paralysis was caused by the female wood tick, Dermacentor andersoni, and paralyzed victim’s motor nerves. The paralysis...
    • Laboratory Equipment, Tick Grinder

    • 1932
    • Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Vaccines; Laboratory --equipment and supplies; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Early tick grinder used in vaccine production against Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
    • Laboratory Equipment, Tick Grinder

    • 1937-06
    • Vaccines; Ticks; Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Tick grinder used in vaccine production.
    • Illustration of the Winter Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor albipictus Packard (Nigrolineatus form); female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the Winter Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor albipictus Packard (Winter tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the Rocky Mountain Wood Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor andersoni Stiles (Rocky Mountain wood tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the Rocky Mountain Sheep Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, ThomasJames, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor hunteri Bishop (Rocky Mountain sheep tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the Rabbit Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor parumapertus Neumann (Rabbit tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the Peccary Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor halli McIntosh (Peccary tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the Pacific Coast Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor occidentalis Marx (Pacific Coast tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the Horse Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Otocentor nitens Neumann (Horse Tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the American Dog Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor variabilis Say (American dog tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of Sheep Head Gear

    • 1948-02
    • Ticks; Charts, diagrams, etc.; Laboratory animals; Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Line drawing of head gear. The head gear is used on sheep to facilitate tick rearing.
    • Group Photograph in the Tick Parasite Office

    • 1932
    • Ticks; Laboratories --Equipment and supplies; Kohls, Glen Milton, 1905-1986; Jellison, William L. (William Livingston), 1906-1995; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. Glen Kohls and Dr. William Jellison at their workspace in what was called the tick parasite office in the Rocky Mountain Laboratory looking northwest.
    • Former Laboratory Site in Powderville, MT

    • 1916-06
    • Laboratories; Parker, R. R. (Ralph Robinson), 1888-1949; Parker, Adah Nicolet, 1894-1984; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. Parker and his wife Adah N. Parker conduct tick research during their honeymoon in Powderville, Montana in 1916.
    • Former Laboratory Site in Powderville, MT

    • 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.
    • Fieldwork, Tick Collection

    • 1916
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Collecting ticks from a horse at Powderville in eastern Montana
    • Fieldwork, Dragging for Ticks

    • 1941-04-19
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • A researcher uses the dragging method for ticks. The drag-flag method for sampling helps identify density of tick population in a area.
    • Field Crew Preparing to Enter Tick Infested Area

    • 1953-07
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Automobiles; Staff; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Two field workers preparing to enter tick infested area. Photo shows man with closed bottom clothing, a good protection against tick bite. Woman is shown applying tick repellant.
    • Egg Candling Gadget

    • 1944
    • Staff; Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Tick--research; Eggs--fertilization; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Egg candling gadget made by the BE department. An egg candling gadget is used to identify infertile eggs and monitor the development of embryos. Chicken embryos were used for tick research in the yolk sac method.
    • Egg Candling Gadget

    • 1944
    • Laboratories--Equipment and suppplies; Tick--research; Eggs--fertilization; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Egg candling gadget made by the BE department. An egg candling gadget is used to identify infertile eggs and monitor the development of embryos. Chicken embryos were used for tick research in the yolk sac method.
    • Colorado Tick Fever Exhibit Panel

    • 1955-07
    • Exhibit panel; Ticks as carriers of disease; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Colorado Tick Fever Exhibit Panel
    • Artwork by Thomas J. Moore

    • 1939-01
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas J., 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Colored cartoon by Thomas J. Moore titled "Pandora's Box" showing diseases caused by Rocky Mountain Wood Tick.
    • Artwork by Thomas J. Moore

    • 1939-01
    • Ticks; Moore, Thomas J., 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Painting by Thomas J. Moore of Rocky Mountain wood tick (Dermacentor andersonii) waiting for a host.

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