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rise and fall of disease in Illinois
Isaac D. Rawlings
|Statement||by Isaac D. Rawlings, in collaboration with William A. Evans, Gottfried Koehler, Baxter K. Richardson ; illustrated with graphs developed and drawn by A.F. Dappert, and with picture reproductions of many persons associated in one way or another with the story ; indexed by Clara Breen.|
|Contributions||Evans, W. A. 1865-1948., Koehler, Gottfried, b. 1878., Richardson, Baxter Key, b. 1888., Breen, Clara., Illinois. Dept. of Public health.|
|LC Classifications||RA447.I3 R3 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||95620273|
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