Katz, Samuel L., Papers and Records, 1969-2005

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Collection Number: MC.0068
Samuel L. Katz Papers and Records, 1969 - 2005

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Collection Overview

Size: 38.0 linear feet Contains 25 record storage boxes and 1 document case.
Abstract: Contains the professional papers of Samuel L. Katz, former professor and chair of the Dept. of Pediatrics (1968-1990) and researcher in vaccine policy development and pediatric HIV/AIDS care. Types of materials include correspondence, subject files, and conference materials. Major subjects include pediatrics, vaccines, and the Duke University Dept. of Pediatrics. Materials range in date from 1969 to 2005.
Creator: Katz, Samuel L., 1927-
Language: English
Repository Duke University Medical Center Archives
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Information for Users

Access Restrictions
Contains University Administrative records. These include records of the officers of the University, as defined in the Bylaws, the deans of schools and colleges, and departments, institutes, and other offices as designated by the President. For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the director of the office of record and the University Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the University Archivist. (Issued by the Office of the Chancellor, December 1, 1975).
Copyright Notice
Copyright for Official University records is held by Duke University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], Samuel L. Katz papers and records, Duke University Medical Center Archives.
Acquisitions Information
Transfer; A2005-013; 2005. Transfer; A2011-030; 2011.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Collections may contain Medical Center Administrative records. These include records of the officers of the University, as defined in the Bylaws, the deans of schools and colleges, and departments, institutes, and other offices as designated by the President. For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the director of the office of record and the Medical Center Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist.
Collection may contain Records of the Board of Trustees of the Duke University Medical Center. These include minutes and supporting documentation of the Board, its Executive Committee, and standing and ad hoc committees, and reports, studies, and the like presented solely to the Board. Records which have been existence for at least fifty years are available for scholarly research with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist. Access to records which have been in existence for less than fifty years shall be granted only by special permission, in writing, of the Medical Center Board of Trustees.
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Subject Headings

The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings and Medical Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collectionsuch as folders or items.

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Biographical Information

Samuel Katz graduated from Dartmouth College and Harvard Medical School. He completed an internship at Beth Israel Hospital followed by a residency in pediatrics at the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Boston Children's Hospital. He also completed a research fellowship in virology and infectious diseases at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

Katz joined the Duke faculty as chair of the Department of Pediatrics in 1968 and led the department until 1990. Today he continues to be active in vaccine policy development and pediatric HIV/AIDS research and care. He serves on the National Institutes of Health Committee for AIDS Vaccines, co-chairs the India-U.S. Vaccine Action Program and the National Network for Immunization Information.

Katz is widely recognized for many contributions to children's health, including his role in developing the measles vaccine in use today. While a staff member at Boston Children's Hospital, Katz worked in the laboratory of Nobel Laureate John Enders to develop the attenuated measles virus vaccine.

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Scope and Content

Organized alphabetically by subject, then by date of material.

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Contents list

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A2005-013: Correspondence and Subject Files, 1969-2005


Box 1
A-AK, 1984-2002
AL-AM, 1976-2004
AN-AZ, 1976-2005
ABC News, Jan. 15, 2003
Abrams, Jon S., M.D., 1995
Advisory Committee On Childhood Vaccines 1990-2002
Alpha Omega Alpha, 1996-1998
American Board of Pediatrics, 1992-2004
American College of Epidemiology, 2000
American Museum of Natural History Infectious Diseases Advisory Committee, 1996-1999
American Public Health Association, 1998-2001
American Social Health Association, 2001-2002
American Society for Clinical Investigators, 2002
American Society for Virology correspondence, 2001-2004
Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medical, 1992-1996
Argentina, 1997-1998
Association of Medical School Pediatrics Department Chairmen, 1992-1993
Athens, Greece, 1991-1992
Australia, 1990-2005
BA correspondence, [2 folders], 1976-2001

Box 2
BC-BH, 1977-2005
BI-BL, 1975-2001
BM-BRES, 1977-2003
BRET-BZ, 1978-2004
Barry Bloom, 1998-2001
Brodie, H. K. H., 1991-1997
US-UK Reunion, 2002
CA-CD, 1982-2000
K. Lynn Cates, 1980-2004
60 Minutes, CBS News, 2000
24th International Congress of Pediatrics, Cancun 2004
CE-CN, 1978-2004
Y.T. Chen, 2001-2004

Box 3
COA-CON, 1978-2002
Richard Colvin, 1995-1999
N.Y. Presbyterian Hospital Cornell Medical Center, 2000
COO-COX, 1976-2004
CP-CZ, 1976-2000
Kenji Cunnion, 1999-2004
Children's Hospital M.C. of Cincinnati, 1991-1993
Arkansas Children's Hospital, 2000
Children's Hospital Boston corres. 2002-2004
Boston Floating Hospital for Children, 1999
Children's Hospital, Oakland, CA, 1992
Children's Hospital, Chicago, IL, 1988-1994
Children's Hospital, New Orleans, LA, 1987
Children's Hospital, Newark, NJ, 1997
Children's Hospital, Buffalo, NY, 1984-1991
Children's Hospital, Akron, OH, 1994
Children's Hospital, Columbus, OH, 1992-1998
Children's Hosp., Oklahoma City, OK, 1995
Children's Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 1987-1995
Children's Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA, 1988-1994
Children's Hospital, Greenville, SC, 1998
Children's Hospital, Fort Worth, TX, 1994
China, 2004
Children's Vaccine Initiative, 1992-2000
Year 2000 City of Medicine Award, 2000-2002
DB-DE, 1978-2001
Corry Dekker, 1998-2000
G. Robert DeLong, 1995-2002
Floyd Denny, 1985-2001
Ciro de Quadros, 1984-1997
DF-DZ, 1976-2004
George Th. Diamandopoulos, 2004
Durham County Public Schools, 1987-1989
DAIDS Pediatric Review, 1993
Dartmouth Medical School, 1997-2005

Box 4
Barbara Ann DeBuono, 1993-2000
Dengue Studies Ext. Advisory Committee, 1997-1998
Disney Illustrated Encyclopedia Baby and Maternal Care, 1999
Dixon, Marvin, 1992-1997
Duke Univ. Center for AIDS Research, 1999-2004
Duke Children's Hospital, 1991-2004
Vision Task Force, 1993
Duke Human Vacc. Inst. Int. Adv. C., 1994-2004
Duke Med. Ctr. News Office, 2003-2004
Microbial Pathogensis Task Force, 2001-2003
Katz, Samuel Corless Committee, 1999-2000
Duke Misc. Files, 2000-2005
Duke Promise Campaign, 1997-2000
Duke United Way Campaign, 2001
Dyson Foundation, 2001-2004
E, 1976-2002
Egypt Trip, 1998-1999
Emory Vaccine Center, 2001-2004
Peter English, 1991-2000
Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2000-2002
Every Child By Two, 2002
FA-FI, 1980-2003
The Fairfax Hospital, 1985
Ralph D. Feigin, 1989-2004
Randall Fisher, 1999-2004
FJ-FZ, 1976-2004
Fitzwilliam, James, 1974-1976
Tom Frothingham, 1988-2003
Karen Frush, 2000-2003
Fields of Knowledge Infography, 2001

Box 5
Fogarty International Center Advisory Board, NIH, 1999-2005
Food and Drug Administration, 2000-2004
GA-GE, 1978-2002
Bruce Gellin, 1994-2004
GH-GO, 1976-2001
GRA, 1977-2004
Cameron and Joan Grant, 1989-2000
GREE, 1979-2004
GRI-GZ, 1980-2003
John E. Griffith, 1990-2001
Fernando A. Guerra, 2000-2001
Garfunkel, Joseph M., 1977-1992
Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunology, 2000
Greater Triangle Community Foundation, 1991
HA correspondence , [2 folders], 1978-2004
Robert J. Haggerty, 1990-2003
Neal A. Halsey, 2002
Jerome Harris, 1996-2005
HE, 1876-2004

Box 6
HF-HO, 1976-2004
HO, 1979-2002
Amy Hobson, 2004
Edward W. Holmes, 1998-2000
Hong Kong Trip 1990 and 1998
Howard, Jorge H., 1970-1971
HP-HZ, 1977-2005
Handwerger, Stuart, 1997
Hirschorn, Kurt, 1983-1007
I, 1977-2003
Infectious Diseases in Children, 1999-2000
ISDA-Vaccine Initiative, 1999-2000
International Pediatric Association, 1994-2004
Israel, 1980-2002
J, 1978-2003
Cynthia R. Jackson, 1994-2005
Alicia Johnston, 2000-2003
JAMA and AMA, 1982-1997
Japan/China/USA, 2001-2004
Jid Sorrento Supplement, 1995
KA-KE, 1978-2003
Samuel L. Katz Professorship in Pediatrics, 2000-2004

Box 7
KE, 1978-2002
KF-KI, 1977-2001
KJ-KO, 1977-2003
Jerome Klein, 1987-2000
C. Everett Koop, 1989-1993
KP-KZ, 1977-2002
Kellogg Foundation Advisory Committee, 1984-1985
Kempe, Henry, 1976-2003
Nannerl O. Keohane, 1993-2004
Kinney, Thomas R., 1993-2002
Kirkland, Rebecca and John, 1969-1998
Krugman's Infectious Diseases Of Children, 2004
Krugman ET AL Textbook, 1994-2004
LA, 1977-2000
Yufa Lee, 1985-1986
Dale Lawrence correspondence and Article, 1983-1984
Philip Lanzkowsky, 1976-1990
Lancet, The, 1993-2001
LE, 1978-2001

Box 8
LF-LI, 1979-1999
George Lister, 1989-1996
Richard J. Liekweg, 1991-1999
LJ-LO, 1977-1994
Los Angeles, 1988
LP-LZ, 1974-2001
David C. Lyden, 1995-2003
Jack Lamberth, 1995-1997
Lawton, Stephan, 1991-1999
Lederle/Praxis, 1998-2004
Lenox Baker Children's Hospital, 1997-2002
MA-MAN, 1979-2003
Maylasia - Kuala Lampur, 1984-1985
MAO-MAR, 1977-2001
March of Dimes, 2001-2002
MAS-MAZ, 1984-1997
MB-MC, 1976-2001
MD-ME, 1977-2004
Measles Grants, 1993

Box 9
ME-MI, 1980-2001
University of Michigan, 1988
Cindy R. Miller, 2001
MJ-MOT, 1978-2004
MOU-MZ, 1978-2001
The Mt. Sinal Med. Center, 1991-1999
Mountain Area Health Ed. Ctr., 1999
MacArthur Foundation, 1979-1998
Macy Foundation, 1974-2002
Massachusetts General Hospital, 1994-1995
Medearis, Donald N., 1976-1995
Medical College of Virginia, 1979-1996
MEDSCAPE, 2001-2002
Mortimer, Edward A, Jr., 1984-1995
NA, 1972-2004
Cindy Crowninshield NMHCC, 1998-1999
NC-CAN Retreat, 2002
Ne, 1977-2001
Jerry Neville, 1992-2000
The New York Acad. Of Medicine, 1981-1999
NY Academy of Sciences, 1986-2000
NI-NO, 1976-2003

Box 10
NP-NZ, 1976-1988
NC Rural Health Coalition, 1979-1988
NC Student Rural Health Coalition, 1985
National Academy of Sciences, 1976-1991
National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine, 1982-1989
Netherlands, 1992-1995
8th International Conference On AIDS, Netherlands, 1992
New England Journal of Medicine, 1988-2005
New York Blood Center, 1996
New Zealand, 1988-1993
NAVA (North American Vaccine), 1999-2000
NC Association for Biomedical Research, 2003
NC House and Senate Representatives, 2003
NC Museum of Life and Science, 2000-2004
O correspondence, [2 folders], 1976-2003
OLFA, 1993-2005
P-PAP, 1976-1998
Pan American Health Organization, 1998-2004
PAR-PAU, 1977-1999
Parents of Kids with Infectious Disease, 1999
PB-PE, 1978-2001
Pediatric HIV Conference Oct. 11-12, 1994
PF-PI, 1976-2002

Box 11
PL-PO, 1976-2003
PQ-PZ, 1978-2004
Pasteur Film correspondence and Brochure, 1992-1996
Pediatric HIV Vaccine Working Group, NAID, 1991-1992
PEDS ID Search, 2002-2004
Pediatrics, 1998-2004
Phi Beta Kappa, 1994-2002
Pizzo, Philip A., 1989-2000
Proctor and Gamble, 2001-2003
Q, 1987-1995
RA-RD, 1976-2003
RE-RH, 1976-2002
RI-RN, 1976-2001
David L. Rimion, 1991-2003
Rio de Jameiro Trip, 1977
Alfredo C. Rivadeneira, 1992

Box 12
ROA-ROQ, 1976-2004
Romania 2nd Nat'l Congress on AIDS, 1998
ROR-ROZ, 1976-2005
RP-RZ, 1977-2000
Registry of Independent Science and Technology Advisory, 1999
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1998-1999
Ruderman, 1988-2000
SA, 1977-2004
SCA-SCH, 1977-2003
Beth L. Schissel, 2003
SCI-SCZ, 1977-1994
SD-SH, 1977-2005
SI, 1977-2003
Calvin Sia, 1982-1999
Jim Sidbury, 1995-2003
Smithsonian, 1978-2003

Box 13
SN-SQ, 1977-2004
Alexander Spock, 1993-2004
The Dr. Spock Company, 2002-2004
Snowmass - Santa Fe, 1977-1978
SR-STI, 1977-2004
State University of New York HSC Syracuse, 1999
STJ-STZ, 1976-2004
SU-SZ, 1977-2004
Zurich, Switzerland, 2000-2001
Sanford, Terry, 1977-1989
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1994-2002
Snyderman, Ralph, 1991-2004
Society for Pediatric Research, 1991-1999
State of North Carolina, Children's Health Services, 1989-1991
Volker ter Meulen, 2002
Katy Thraillkil, 1996-1998
Tulane University Medical Center, 1984-1999
TA-TI, 1977-2004
TJ-TZ, 1976-2003
Task Force on Pediatric Education, 1976-1978
Thrasher Research Foundation, 1989-2003

Box 14
Timberlake, Bob, 1987-1994
U, 1981-2000
Uganda - Nov/Dec 1996, 1994-1996
UNICEF, 1984-2004
United Cerebral Palsy, 1974-1977
University of Alabama SOM, 2000-2003
University of Pittsburgh, 1976-1992
University of North Carolina, 1980-2001
University of Puerto Rico, 1991-1992
University of Rochester, 1983-2003
V, 1976-2003
Jan van der Noordaa, 2000-2003
Vaccine Initiative, 1999
Vaccines: Children and Practice, 2000-2004
Vail, 1997-1998
Harold Varmus, 1996-1998
Vileisis Rita, 1991-2000
WA correspondence , [2 folders], 1977-2004
Diane Wara, 1994-2004
WB-WE, 1983-2004
Westmoreland, Tim, 1994-1998
Heinrich A. Werner, 1992-2000

Box 15
WF-WI
WJ-WZ
Warner Lambert Co.
Chris Weedy, 14 September 1993
Beverly Wittkopp, MD,
World Book Enc.
Women in Government
Dr. H. Vivian Wyatt
X-Y-Z
Ziai, Mohsen, MD
Yale
Yugoslavia
Nominations
Promotions
Katz Award
Katz Fund
Samuel L. Katz Professorship in Pediatrics
Katz, Samuel L., MD

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A2011-030: Correspondence and Subject Files, 1963-2011


Box 16
A, 2006-2011
Stuart P. Adler, 1987-1999
Peter Aaby, 2003-2009
Kenneth Alexander, MD, 1993-2008
Joel Alpert, MD (2 folders), 1987-2006
Brenda Armstrong, MD, 1991-2010
Ann Arvin, MD, 1989-2005
Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (2 folders), 1998-2011
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) (2 folders), 1996-2008
American Pediatric Society (2 folders), 1991-2010
American Red Cross (measles), 2001-2009
Mary Ellen Avery (2 folders), 2003-2005
B (2 folders), 2003-2005
Devra Breslow, 2005
Elaine (Ilana) Z. Belmaker, 2006
Rebecca Buckley, MD, 1991-2009
Jeff Baker (4 folders), 1993-2008
Richard H. Brodhead, MD, 2004-2009
John Bartlett, MD, 2004-2005
Ken Baroff, 1997-2008
Robert L. Brent, 2006
Brighton Collaboration (2 folders), 2007
George W. Brumley, Jr., MD (2 folders), 2003-2006
Brumley Lecture, 2003-2009

Box 17
Nancy and Marie Brumley, 2004-2010
Margaret Burgess, 1994-2004
Burroughs Wellcome Fund (3 folders), 2000-2009
C, 2004-2009
Wei Chen, 2003-2007
Y. T. Chen, 2006-2007
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2 folders), 2003-2011
CDC - Board of Scientific Counselors, 2007-2011
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2 folders), 1990-2004
Clements III, Dennis A., M.D., Ph.D. (2 folders), 1993-2007
Clinical Infectious Diseases, 2000-2011
Colwell, Rita and Stacie, 1998-2011
Dr. Louis Cooper, 1977-2004
Cornblath, Dr. Marvin, 1977-2005
Coleen K. Cunningham, MD, 2003, 2009
D, 2002-2009
Duke Children's Classic: Justice Visit 082510, 2010
Duke Children's Classic (3 folders) 2000-2011
Duke - Medical Ethics, 2005
Duke Global Health Search, 2006
Duke Miscellaneous, 2004-2011
Duke - Herbert Yeargan Center for Global Health, 2006

Box 18
Duke - Institutional Committee on Graduate Medical Education (ICGME) (2 folders), 1993-2006
Duke University - Human Investigations Committee/IRB, 2000-2005
duPont Foundation, 2006-2010
E, 2006-2010
Kathy Edwards, 1980-2006
Peter English, MD, 2005
Engstrom, George, M.D., 1991-2005
Elana L. Engstrom, 2000-2008
F, 2007-2010
David Fedson, MD, 1985-2002
Frank, Dr. Michael (2 folders), 1991-2004
Gary Freed (3 folders), 1998-2007
Tom Frothingham, MD, 2006-2009
Karen Frush, MD, 2010
G, 2006-2010
Gajdusek, Carleton, 1990-2008
Gates Foundation (2 folders), 2000-2010
Gershon, MD, Anne (2 folders), 1982-2009
GlaxoSmithKline, 1992-2007
UMS - Guyton Lecture, 14 April 2005
H, 2006-2010
Jerry Harris, MD, 2005
Maxine Hayes, 2007
Harvard Medical School (2 folders), 2001-2009

Box 19
Harvard School of Public Health, 1984-2003
Barton F. Haynes, MD, 1992-2004
Hasbro (3 folders), 1988-2008
Peter Hotez, MD, 1998-2010
I, 2011
Idriss, 1976-2005
Nadine Idriss, 2000
Nayla Idriss, 1997-2006
Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) (4 folders), 1963-2011
North Carolina Infectious Dieases Society (NCIDS), 1997-2002
Institute of Medicine (4 folders), 1978-2011
International Pediatric Association, 2006-2008
International Vaccine Institute (Korea) (3 folders), 2004-2010
International Vaccine Institute - Seoul, 31 March 2008 - 5 April 2008

Box 20
International Vaccine Institute (Korea) (3 folders), 2005-2006
International Vaccine Institute (3 folders), 2004-2006
International Vaccine Institute - Seoul, 27 October 2004 - 30 October 2004
International Vaccine Institute (2 folders), 2004-2006
International Vaccine Institute (4 folders), 1999-2003
International Vaccine Institute (2 folders), 1999-2002
J, 2007-2009
Journal of Clinical Investigation MS review, 2010-2011
Journal of Infectious Diseases (4 folders), 1968-2010
K, 2006-2010
Martha Ann Keels, 2007
Mark Kline, MD, 1997-2010
Jerry Keusch, MD, 1997-2006
Debby Kredich, MD, 2005-2006
Krugman, Richard D. (2 folders), 1977-2004

Box 21
Krugman, Saul (3 folders), 1977-2006
Levine, Myron M., MD (2 folders), 1980-2004
Lewin, Edward B., M.D., 1992-2010
The Lewin Group, 1998
M, 2005-2011
Mahmoud, Adel A. F., MD, 1987-2003
Ed Marcuse, MD, 1994-2003
John Moses, MD, 1991-2005
McDonald's Corporation (5 folders), 1976-2008
McKinney, Ross, M.D., 1992-2008
Merck (3 folders), 1996-2009
Mexico, 2005
Miller, George, Jr. (3 folders), 1985-2007
John F. Modlin, MD, 1994-2009
Tony Moody, 2006-2011
Mt. Sinai, 2005

Box 22
Moxon, E. Richard, M.D. (3 folders), 1996-2009
Mozambique, 2007
Moxon, E. Richard, M.D. (2 folders), 1982-2000
N, 2006-2009
New England Journal of Medicine, 2007
Alan Novick, 2005
National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (2 folders), 1980-2010
National Partnership for Immunization (NPI), 2001-2008
National Vaccine Advisory Committee, 1999-2007
NIH, 1989-2009
NIAID, 1991-2005
NC Immunization Advisory Council (5 folders), 2001-2011
NC Immunization Advisory Council (3 folders), 1992-2006
NC Institute of Medicine (2 folders), 1997-2006
NC Medical Society, 1998-2005
NC Pediatric Society, 1996-2007

Box 23
NC State Task Force for a Comprehensive Child Health Plan (2 folders), 1999-2006
O, 2007-2010
Karen O'Donnell, PhD, 1998-2005
Paul Offit, MD, 1998-2011
OLFA, 2005
Walt Orenstein, MD, 1994-2005
P, 2004-2011
Pam and Jan Palasanthiran, 1993-2004
Martha Peck, 1999-2003
Pasteur Merieux Connaught, 1988-2005
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (3 folders), 1991-2009
Pediatric Dengue Vaccine Institute, 2004-2005
Glaser Pediatric Research Network, 2001-2004
Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal (4 folders), 1983-2010
Pediatric Infectious Disease Society, 1999-2010
Pediatrics (AAPJ), 2002-2010
Penn State, 2006
Peter, Dr. Georges, 1977-2004
Stanley Plotkin, MD (2 folders), 1978-2011

Box 24
Pollin Prize, 2007-2010
Q/R, 2006-2009
David Relman, MD, 1999-2000
Lisa Rider, 2006
Molly Rivadeneira (Emilia D.), 1993-2001
Fred Robbins, MD, 1976-2006
S, 2006-2009
Albert Sabin Vaccine Foundation [Institute] (4 folders), Bulk, 2000-20101969-2010
Julie Saba, 2004
Adrian Sandler, MD, 1994-2005
David Scheifele, MD, 2004
Barbara Stoll, MD, 2004
Louis L. Sullivan, MD, 1976, 2001-2002
Schaller, Dr. Jane G. (2 folders), 1991-2005
SmithKline Beecham, 1995-2000
St. Geme, Joseph W. (2 folders), 1978-2006
St. Jude's Scientific Advisory Committee (4 folders), 1994-2008
St. Mary's, 2001-2002
Some of SLK's talks, 2007, 2010

Box 25
Bill Steinbach, MD, 2006-2008
Peter Strebel, 1997-2000
Roland Sutter, 1997-2005
T, 2006-2007
Tayloe, David III and David, Jr. (2 folders), 1986-2010
U-V, 2006
University of North Carolina, 2005-2006
Utah, 2006
"Vaccine," 1992-2010
Megan Valentine, 2002-2005
W, 2006-2011
"Chip" Walter, MD (Emmanuel Benjamin) (2 folders), 1993-2009
Whitley, Richard J., MD, 1990-2006
R. Sanders Williams, MD, 2001-2002
Wilfert, Catherine M, MD (2 folders), 1991-2010
WHO Polio Research (3 folders), 2008-2010
WHO Steering Committee on Vaccines (3 folders), 1992-2007
World Health Orgainzation (3 folders), 1976-2010
X-Y-Z (2 folders), 2005-2010

Box 26
Biographical information, 1973-2005
News clippings, 1982-1989
Photographs, 1995
Photographs, various dates
Photographs and negatives, various dates

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