A more popular version of the “Biologics Control Act of 1902” paper.
The list of selected staff publications may be searched by keyword or author and can be sorted by year.
Catalog of a photographic exhibit, which consists of 165 photographs depicting people involved in the work of the
Public Health Service over much of its long history. The organization is thematic: disease control and prevention, biomedical research, pure food and drugs, mental health and drug abuse, health care delivery, and international health.
A heavily illustrated history of invention and innovation, primarily for children that includes many photographs of objects.
What to do with the nasty stuff in your collections—definitions, suggestions, guidelines, resources.
What to collect to document the history of AIDS.
A general description of the field of public health and its evolution.
Biographical sketches of mainly early Washington, D.C. area physicians.
A short history of the U.S. Public Health Service.
A history of the first federal law regulating the interstate and foreign sale of a specific class of drugs in the United States. Illustrations of objects and trade literature in the NMAH collections.
An early exploration of how Internet technologies might be used to promote learning through socially-mediated interactions. Identifies potential use of the Web for social networking and learning as well as naming bandwidth as a major factor in the quality of interactions.
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