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Scientists assert that all diseases can be prevented by inoculation

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Puck stands on a stack of bound Puck volumes between a row of people on the left identified as a "Bank President, Cashier, Teller, Clerk, [and] Janitor" as well as a scrub-woman and an office boy, and a row of known criminals on the right identified as "Scott, O. L. Baldwin, F. Ward, J. D. Fish, H. W. Howgate, [and] Eno," and Fredericka Mandelbaum identified as "M." Between the two rows are bottles of "Virus from Thieving Office-Boy, Light-Fingered Scrub-Woman, Defaulting Bank Cashier, Receiver of Stolen Goods, [and] Corruptible Janitor," "Lymph from Swindling Bank President [and] Embezzling Bank Clerk," and "Vaccine from Speculating Bank Teller." O. L. Baldwin was a cashier at the Mechanics' National Bank in Newark, Henry W. Howgate (1834-1901) was a Disbursing Officer in the U. S. Signal Service, and Fredericka Mandelbaum was a known fence for stolen property. Caption: "Now, my friends, step right up and be vaccinated for all forms of disease to which bank officials are liable!"

Resource Type: Cartoon

Subject: Criminals; Vaccination; Banks and banking; Ward, Ferdinand De Wilton, 1851-1925; Mandelbaum, Fredericka, 1818-1894; Fish, James Dean, 1819-1912

Date: 1885-06-24

Another patient for Pasteur

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Carl Schurz and newspaper editor George W. Curtis carry fellow editor Whitelaw Reid up the gangplank of a "French Steamer." Puck, holding his lithographic pencil, stands at the bottom of the gangplank. Includes references to James G. Blaine and Louis Pasteur. Caption: Let him be taken to Paris and treated for Blainiac rabies without delay.

Resource Type: Cartoon

Subject: Newspaper editors; Lifting and carrying; Vaccination; Schurz, Carl, 1829-1906; Reid, Whitelaw, 1837-1912; Curtis, George William, 1824-1892

Date: 1885-12-16

A Cuban idyl

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Poem about a soldier suffering from yellow fever in Cuba during the Spanish-American War.

Resource Type: Poem

Subject: Spanish-American War (1898); Yellow fever; Communicable diseases; Soldiers--Diseases; Soldiers--Death; Cuba--Santiago de Cuba; United States. Army. Volunteer Cavalry, 1st

Date: 1898-07-24

Telegram from French Ensor Chadwick to Paul Morton

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Rear Admiral Chadwick, South Atlantic Squadron, informs Secretary of the Navy Morton that the rebellion, under cover of civil riots about forced vaccinations, was aborted. The Vaccine Revolt occurred in Rio de Janeiro.

Resource Type: Telegram

Subject: Vaccines; Vaccination; Brazil; United States. Navy

Date: 1904-11-17

Germ proof

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A rotund man labeled "Trust Official" inoculates himself into "Personal Immunity" with "Fine Vaccine" which is "Specially Prepared by Senate & House, Washington D.C." Above his head is a dark cloud of prison-suited bacteria" labeled "Personal Responsibility," some with manacle-like features. Caption: "None of those microbes will get me while I can buy this vaccine!"

Resource Type: Cartoon

Subject: Vaccination; Bacteria; Hygiene; Medicine, Preventive; Trusts, Industrial; Patronage, Political; Corruption; United States. Congress

Date: 1909-12-08

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