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Abandon Indoor Liberty Loan Meeting To Stop Flu 1918
Abandoned Hospital Turned Into Emergency Institution 1918
Abatement Of Grip Epidemic Continues 1918
Abatement Of Influenza Is Seen 1918
Abatement Seen In Influenza Cases 1918
Abatement Seen in Influenza Epidemic 1918
Able to Cope With Influenza Outbreak 1918
Abolish "Flu" Mask Rule; May Open Theaters, Churches Sunday 1918
About 1,200 Flu Cases This Month 1919
About 10 Per Cent Of Students Sick 1918
About $20,000 Spent by City Fighting Epidemic 1919
About Influenza 1918
About Lizards Influenza And $2 1918
About Spanish Influenza 1918
About Three Hundred New Grippe Cases 1918
Absence Of Masks Puts Ban On Rally 1918
Abstract From Report On Influenza Epidemic At Camp Grant, Illinois, September 21st, 1918 to Nov. 5th, 1918 [1918]
Academy Of Medicine Discusses Influenza 1918
Accept Seminary for Hospital Use 1918
Acceptance Of Training School Applications Delayed 1918
Accounts of expenditures for fighting the influenza epidemic, 1920 - 1921 [1921]
Act "creating and establishing a department of public welfare in the government of cities of Minnesota of over 50,000 inhabitants" 1919
Act To Check Spread Of Influenza 1918
Act To Stop Influenza 1918
Acting Governor Orders Meetings To Be Continued 1918
Action By The Governor 1918
Action Is Precautionary Measure Against Further Spreading of Influenza 1918
Action Of Bishop Is Deprecated 1918
Action of the street car company 1918
Action Taken To Prevent Epidemic 1918
Activities Of The Red Cross 1918
Activities Suspended Owing To Epidemic 1918
Actors Hit By Closing Order 1918
Actors Stranded Because Of 'Flu' 1918
Acts And Joint Resolutions Passed At The Regular Session of the Thirty-Eighth General Assembly of the State of Iowa, Prepared for Publication by and Under the Direction of U. G. Whitney, Reporter of the Supreme Court and Ex-officio Editor of the Code 1919
Acts Quickly To Curb Influenza 1918
Acts to Keep 'Flu' From Employees 1918
Acute! 1918
Add 290 Names To Flu Register 1918
Additional Evidence Epidemic Nears End 1918
Address Delivered By Hon. W. L. Harding, Governor of Iowa, At The Memorial Service Held At Camp Dodge, Iowa, November 3, 1918, Published by the American Red Cross in memory of the departed soldiers and nurses of the command 1918
Adequate Nursing Resources Listed 1918
Adios, Flu Scare! 1918
Adjourn Churches, But Not Worship, Declares Bishop 1918
Adjourned Meeting, November 4, 1918 1918
Adjourned Regular Meeting of the Commission of the City of Birmingham, Friday, October 15, 1918 at ten o'clock, a. m. 1918
Adjourned Regular Meeting of the Commission of the City of Birmingham, Friday, October 25, 1918 at ten o'clock A. M. 1918
Adjourned Regular Meeting of the Commission of the City of Birmingham, Thursday, October 10, 1918 at ten o'clock, a. m. 1918
Adjutant General Has The Influenza 1918
Admiral Beatty Issues Flu Ban 1919
Admit Flu Ban Lid Was Lifted 1919
Advice On Care Of Influenza Patients 1918
Advice To "Flu" Convalescents 1918
Advises Eating Onions To Combat Influenza 1918
Advises on mild "flu" 1918
Advisory Board Stops Sessions 1918
Advisory Board, Hygiene Labratory, U. S. Public Health Service, Minutes, January 6, 7, and 8, 1919 1919
Advisory Committee to Decide Today on Ban Modification 1918
Affairs In Alexandria 1918
After care plans for victims of grip 1918
Agent Morriss Reports On Contagious Diseases 1919
Aggressive Anti-Flu Campaign Best Method To Combat Plague 1918
Agree On No Plan For Fighting Flu 1918
Agricultural College Has 800 S. A. T. C. Not One "Flu" Case 1918
Aid Is Needed At Hospital To Curb "Flu" 1918
Aid Pledged In New 'Flu' Campaign 1919
Aids Influenza Sufferer Dies 1918
Aids Students In Quarantine 1918
Aim To Prevent Shut Down Of Plants 1918
Aim To Stop Spread Of Preventable Diseases 1918
Ain't It a Grand and Glorious Feelin'? 1919
Air Hole In Ban Likely Monday 1918
Alameda Flu Cases Are Stationary; Berkeley Keeps Up Restrictions 1918
Alameda Repays Red Cross For Work In Influenza Epidemic 1918
Alameda, Too, Closes Up To Defeat Grip 1918
Albanians Did Heroic Work during Epidemic 1918
Albanians Ready to Help Stamp Out Influenza 1918
Albany Acquires Home For Orphans 1918
Albany And Adams Call Off Contest 1918
Albany Cares For Epidemic Orphans 1918
Albany Churches Close Tomorrow 1918
Albany Churches Resume Services 1918
Albany Churches To Reopen Sunday 1918
Albany County Women Answer Red Cross Call 1918
Albany Firms Will Help Check Spread of Influenza 1918
Albany Guild For Nurses Great Aid 1918
Albany Guild Has Record Of Great Work In Epidemic 1918
Albany Hospital in Need of Nurses 1918
Albany Influenza Epidemic On Wane 1918
Albany Medical Students Active In Fight On Grip 1918
Albany Nurses Go To Boston 1918
Albany Nursing Guild Reports Busy Month 1918
Albany Physicians Approve Appointment of Commission 1918
Albany Reports 100 New Cases Of Spanish Influenza 1918
Albany Reports 600 Grip Cases 1918
Albany's Closing Order In Effect Four Days More 1918
Albany Schools Close For Holidays Dec. 20 1918
Albany Schools Open Tomorrow 1918
Albany Schools to Open Monday 1918
Albany Schools, Theatres, Closed By Grip Epidemic 1918
Albany Unable To Fill Calls For More Nurses 1918
Albany Will Send Nurses To Boston 1918
Albany Women Again Appeal For Help to Fight Grip Plague 1918
Albany Women Join to Fight Disease 1918
Albemarle Schools Reopen 1918
Aldermen Confer On Influenza Ban 1919
Aldermen Meet To Remove Ban Upon Public Gatherings 1918
Aldermen Provide Hospital Funds 1918
Aldermen Start Warfare On 'Flu' 1918
Aldermen To Consider Health Ban Thursday 1918
The Aldermen To Meet 1918
Aldermen Will Decide Influenza Steps Tomorrow 1919
Alexandria church services 1918
All about Influenza 1918
All Activities to Be Resumed Today 1918
All Available Space Is Used For Soldiers 1918
All bans off 1918
All Bans Put In Effect To Check Influenza Lifted 1918
All Boston Reopened for Business This Morning 1918
All Children Must Go Back To The School 1918
All Children Must Go To School Today 1918
All Church Exercises Called Off 1918
All Churches Close and Day of Rest Is Observed by Rochester as Never Before in Its History 1918
All Churches To Close By Health Board Order; Public Meetings Are Off 1918
All Churches To Hold Thanksgiving Services 1918
All City Schools Shut After Today 1918
All Club Meetings Have Been Cancelled Because Of Influenza 1918
All Columbus Meetings Are Put Under Ban 1918
All Denver Hospitals Do Splendid Work In Fighting Flu Epidemic 1919
All Doctors Here Work To The Limit 1918
All Dressed Up No Place To Go 1918
All Elevated Cars Are Now Disinfected 1918
All Evening Schools Will Open Tuesday 1918
All Flu Cases In Quarantine 1918
All 'flu' cases quarantined by order of city 1918
All Funeral Services Where Flu Is Prevalent Must Be Private -- Olin 1918
All Hallowe'en Gatherings Forbidden By Health Chief 1918
All Hospitals In City To Get Seized Whiskey 1918
All In State Dying From 'Flu' Must Have Private Burial 1918
All Influenza Lids Will Lift Next Monday 1918
All Iowa May Be Quarantined For Thirty Days As Result of Flu 1918
All K. C. Churches Will Be Closed Tomorrow 1918
All Meetings And Cabarets Prohibited 1918
All Movies And Theaters Are Closed By Influenza 1918
All New Flu Cases Are Reported 1919
All Nurses Are Asked To Register At Once 1918
All Oakland Masks Will Go Off Tonight At Midnight 1918
All Of Ohio Affected 1918
All Ohio Counties Have It 1918
All Parties Confident, But Avoid Predictions 1918
All Persons on Streets Urged To Wear Masks 1918
All Persons Serving Public To Wear Masks 1918
All Physicians Called To Fight Grip Epidemic 1918
All Places of Public Assembly in This City Ordered Closed 1918
All Pneumonia Wards At Hospitals Filled 1918
All Police in Masks Today, Setting Example for General Public 1918
All Portland Acts To Curb Influenza 1918
All Portland Alert To Epidemic Danger 1918
All Portland Bows To Will Of Nation 1918
All Public Meetings Are Banned Under City Order 1918
All Public Places Are Ordered Closed 1918
All Public Services Will Be Suspended 1918
All Red Cross Elections Postponed Until Oct. 23 1918
All S. F. To Unmask At Noon Today 1981
All Saints Day To Be Observed 1918
All Schools and Theaters Closed 1918
All Schools Are Closed 1918
All Schools In City To Open On Monday 1918
All Schools Lift Quarantine Today 1919
All Schools Open 1918
All Schools To Open Again January 20th 1919
All Schools to Open In City Tomorrow 1919
All Schools To Reopen Monday 1918
All Schools Will Close for a Week 1918
All Shows, Churches Are Ordered Closed To Fight Epidemic 1918
All Soda Fountains Are Asked To Close 1918
All Spokane to Wear Flu Masks 1918
All Sport Is Postponed to Combat 'Flu' 1918
All St. Louis Public Schools Again Open 1919
All Teachers May Resume Work In Week 1919
All The Swedish Churches Closed 1918
All The Theaters To Be Open This Week 1918
All Theaters and Picture Houses to Be Dark Here Indefinitely 1918
All Theaters Reopen To Capacity Crowds 1918
All Theatres Are Closed For Epidemic 1918
All who peril health of city to be arrested 1918
Allegany Lifts "Flu" Ban 1918
Allegany Schools Reopen 1918
Allege Lid Tilted 1918
Allege Money Is Stolen From Influenza Dead 1918
Alleged Physician Held 1918
Alleged Violation of Board of Health Order 1918
Allow Services Outdoors 1918
Although Flu Epidemic Is About Ended The Quarantine Is Extended For One More Week 1918
Amateur Flu Detectives Get Fines For Zeal 1918
Ambulance Carries 40 Flu Patients Daily 1918
Amendment To L. A. Flu Reporting Law Delayed For Day 1919
Amendment To Regulation One of Chapter Seven of the Code Proposed by Dr. Nicoll [1918]
American Council On Education Circular 1918
American Influenza 1918
The American National Red Cross Annual Report For the Year Ended June 30, 1919 1919
American Public Health Association, Section on Vital Statistics, Committee on Statistical Study of the Influenza Epidemic 1918
American Red Cross Official Telephones 1918
American Red Cross, Chicago Chapter Bulletin, October 25, 1918 1918
Americanization Men Act In Emergency 1918
Amusement Places Closed 1918
Amusements, All Theatres closed by order of State Board of Health 1918
Amusements To Close If "Flu" Bug Shows Up 1918
Anacostia Church Plans 1918
An Analysis Of Epidemic Reports 1918
Ancor Nitrate Plant Free From Influenza Officials There State 1918
And Now the Flu Cancels Big Contest 1918
And Now the Lowly Onion for the Flu! 1918
Anderson Favors Continuing Ban 1918
Anderson Will Decide Soon On Dance Problem 1919
Anderson Won't Lift Dance Lid Right Away 1919
Los Angeles Rejoices 1918
Los Angeles Safest City 1919
Annals of Health and Sanitation in Chicago, Reprinted from the Octennial Report, Department of Health, City of Chicago, 1911 - 1918 1919
Annals of the Congregation of the Mission, Letters From The Missionaries And Daughters of Charity, Published Quarterly, No. 98 1918
Annapolis To Lift Ban 1918
Anne Arundel Schools To Open 1918
Announces His Formula For Influenza Remedy 1918
Annual Death Rate Estimated At 16.19 1918
Annual Health Report 1918
Annual Meetings At "U" Postponed 1918
Annual Message of Ole Hanson, Mayor of Seattle, Washington, To the Honorable City Council 1919
Annual Report Health Department City of Omaha, Nebraska For The Fiscal Year Ending December 31 1919 1919
Annual Report Of Department of Health of the City of Los Angeles California For the Year Ended June 30, 1917 1917
Annual Report Of Department of Health of the City of Los Angeles California For the Year Ended June 30, 1918 1918
Annual Report Of Department of Health of the City of Los Angeles California For the Year Ended June 30, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of Department of Health of the City of Los Angeles California For the Year Ended June 30, 1920 1920
Annual Report Of Department of Health of the City of Los Angeles California For the Year Ended June 30, 1921 1921
Annual Report Of Department of Health of the City of Los Angeles California For the Year Ended June 30, 1922 1922
Annual Report of the Associated 1922 1922
Annual Report Of The Board Of Control Of Saint Paul And Ramsey County Minnesota Including The Reports Of The City And County Physician And Superintendent Of The City And County Hospital For the Year December 31, 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Board Of Control Of Saint Paul And Ramsey County Minnesota Including The Reports Of The City And County Physician And Superintendent Of The City And County Hospital For the Year December 31, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Board Of Health For The Parish of Orleans And The City Of New Orleans 1922 1922
Annual Report Of The Board of Health Of The City Of Worcester Massachusetts For The Year Ending December 31, 1917 1917
Annual Report Of The Board of Health Of The City Of Worcester Massachusetts For The Year Ending December 31, 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Board of Health Of The City Of Worcester Massachusetts For The Year Ending December 31, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Board of Health Of The City Of Worcester Massachusetts For The Year Ending December 31, 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The Board of Health Of The City Of Worcester Massachusetts For The Year Ending December 31, 1921 1921
Annual Report of the Boston Dispensary, 1918 1919
Annual Report Of The Bureau Of Health Of The City Of Philadelphia For The Year Ending December 31, 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Bureau Of Health Of The City Of Philadelphia For The Year Ending December 31, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Bureau Of Health Of The City Of Philadelphia For The Year Ending December 31, 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The Bureau Of Health Of The City Of Philadelphia For The Year Ending December 31, 1921 1921
Annual Report Of The Bureau Of Health Of The City Of Philadelphia For The Year Ending December 31, 1922 1922
Annual Report Of The Bureau of Health Of The City of Richmond, Va. For The Year Ending December 31, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Bureau of Health Of The City of Richmond, Va. For The Year Ending December 31, 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The Bureau of Health Of The Department of Public Welfare Richmond, VA. For The Year Ending December 31, 1921 1921
Annual Report of the City Health Department of the City of Louisville, KY. For the Fiscal Year Ended, August 31, 1920 1920
Annual Report of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1918, Vol III, Report of the Health Officer 1918
Annual Report Of The Commissioners Of The District Of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1918, Vol. III, Report Of The Health Officer 1918
Annual Report of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1919, Vol III, Report of the Health Officer 1919
Annual Report Of The Commissioners Of The District of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1919, Vol. III, Report Of The Health Officer 1919
Annual Report of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1920, Vol III, Report of the Health Officer 1920
Annual Report Of The Commissioners Of The District of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1920, Vol. III, Report Of The Health Officer 1920
Annual Report Of The Commissioners Of The District of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1921, Vol. III, Report Of The Health Officer 1921
Annual Report of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1921, Volume III, Report of the Health Officer 1921
Annual Report Of The Commissioners Of The District of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1922, Vol. III, Report Of The Health Officer 1922
Annual Report of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia Year Ended June 30, 1922, Volume III, Report of the Health Officer 1922
Annual Report of the Consumptives' Hospital Department for the Year Ending January 31, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Department of Health Buffalo, N. Y. For 1922 1922
Annual Report Of The Department of Health Buffalo, N. Y. For The Year Ending December 31, 1917 1917
Annual Report Of The Department of Health Buffalo, N. Y. For The Year Ending December 31, 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Department of Health Buffalo, N. Y. For The Year Ending December 31, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Department of Health Buffalo, N. Y. For The Years Ending December 31, 1920 and 1921 1920
Annual Report Of The Department of Health City of Newark, New Jersey For The Year Ending December 31, 1917 1917
Annual Report Of The Department of Health City of Newark, New Jersey For The Year Ending December 31, 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Department of Health City of Newark, New Jersey For The Year Ending December 31, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Department of Health City of Newark, New Jersey For The Year Ending December 31, 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The Department of Health City of Newark, New Jersey For The Year Ending December 31, 1921 1921
Annual Report Of The Department of Health City of Newark, New Jersey For The Year Ending December 31, 1922 1922
Annual Report of the Department of Health Minneapolis, Minnesota For the Year Ending 1917 1917
Annual Report Of The Department of Health Minneapolis, Minnesota For the Year Ending 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Department Of Health Of The City Of New York For The Calendar Year 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Department Of Health Of The City Of New York For The Calendar Year 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Department Of Health Of The City Of New York For The Calendar Year 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The Department Of Health Of The City Of New York For The Calendar Year 1921 1921
Annual Report of the Director of Public Welfare (St. Louis, Missouri) for the fiscal year 1918 - 1919 1919
Annual Report of the Federation of Settlements by the President, Harriet E. Vittum, for the year ending November 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Georgia State Board of Health For 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Georgia State Board Of Health For 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Georgia State Board Of Health For 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The Georgia State Board Of Health For 1921 1921
Annual Report Of The Georgia State Board Of Health For 1922 1922
Annual Report Of The Health Bureau Of The City Of Rochester, N. Y. 1917 1917
Annual Report Of The Health Bureau Of The City Of Rochester, N. Y. 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The Health Bureau Of The City Of Rochester, N. Y. 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The Health Bureau Of The City Of Rochester, N. Y. 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The Health Bureau Of The City Of Rochester, N. Y. 1921 1921
Annual Report Of The Health Bureau Of The City Of Rochester, N. Y. 1922 1922
Annual Report Of The Health Department Of The City of Richmond, Va. For The Year Ending December 31, 1917 1917
Annual Report Of The Health Department Of The City of Richmond, Va. For The Year Ending December 31, 1918 1918
Annual Report of the Hospital and Health Board of Kansas City, Missouri For The Year Ending April 21st, 1919 1918
Annual Report of the Methodist Episcopal Deaconess Work Of Cleveland For the year ending January, 1919, W. H. M. S. 1919
Annual Report Of The Oklahoma State Board of Health 1917 1917
Annual Report of the Secretary of the Housekeeping Center of Rochester, 1918 - 1919 [1919]
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health And The State Health Commissioner of Virginia For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1917 1917
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health And The State Health Commissioner To The Governor Of Virginia For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health And The State Health Commissioner To The Governor Of Virginia For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health And The State Health Commissioner To The Governor Of Virginia For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health And The State Health Commissioner To The Governor Of Virginia For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1921 1921
Annual Report Of The State Board Of Health Of Alabama For The Two Years January 1st, 1919, To December 31st, 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The State Board Of Health Of Alabama For The Two Years January 1st, 1921, To December 31st, 1922 1922
Annual Report Of The State Board Of Health Of Alabama, January 1st, To December 31st, 1917 1917
Annual Report Of The State Board Of Health Of Alabama, January 1st, To December 31st, 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health Of Maryland For The Year Ending December 31, 1917 1917
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health Of Maryland For The Year Ending December 31, 1918 1918
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health Of Maryland For The Year Ending December 31, 1919 1919
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health Of Maryland For The Year Ending December 31, 1921 1921
Annual Report Of The State Board of Health Of Maryland For The Year Ending December 31, 1922 1922
Annual Report Of The State Health Department Of West Virginia, July 1, 1919 - June 30, 1920 1920
Annual Report Of The State Health Department Of West Virginia, July 1, 1920 - June 30, 1921 1921
Annual Report, City Dispensary, St. Louis, Missouri, 1918 - 1919 1919
Annual Report, City Hospital of St. Louis, 1918 - 1919 1919
Annual Report, Department of International Friendship, Chicago Woman's Church Federation, 1918 - 1919 [1919]
Annual Report, Sanitary Division, St. Louis, MO, 1918 - 1919 1919
Annual Report, Spokane Chamber of Commerce, 1918 1918
Annual Reports Of Department of Public Welfare Health Division, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Fiscal Year Ending, March 31, 1918 1918
Annual Reports of the Children's Institutions Department for the Year 1918 - 1919 1919
Another Appeal For Cars 1918
Another City Nurse Victim Of Epidemic 1918
Another Death From Influenza 1918
Another Decrease in Flu Cases for To-Day 1918
Another Decrease in Influenza Reports 1918
Another Diet Kitchen Opened 1918
Another Drop In Number Of Cases 1918
Another Drop In Number Of Men Stricken With Malady 1918
Another Heavy Toll Exacted By Plague 1918
Another Influenza Interference 1918
Another Marked Increase In Influenza Cases Noted 1918
Another Marked Jump In Influenza Cases 1918
Another Missionary Dies Of Influenza 1918
Another Urgent Call 1918
Another Week of Darkness For Cincinnati Theaters; New York Rialto Gossip 1918
Another Week Of Flu Bans 1918
Answer Call For Nurses 1918
Anti-Flu Serum Received Here As 311 More Die 1918
Anti-Flu Vaccine Reduces Number Of Cases, Is Statement 1919
Anti-Grip Serum For Big Factory 1918
Anti-Grip Slogan Is "Be Cheerful" 1918
Anti-Influenza Closing Order To Be Lifted on Sunday, Nov. 17 1918
Anti-influenza Drugs Scarce Here 1918
Anti-Influenza Mask Worn By Barber Here 1918
Anti-Influenza Ordinance 1918
Anti-Influenza Rules Have General Observance in City 1918
Anti-Influenza Serum 1918
Anti-Influenza Serum Provided 1918
Anti-Influenza Weather Sets In To Break Epidemic 1918
Anti-Pneumonia Serum Given to Wheeler Troops 1918
Anti-Pneumonia Vaccine Is Made by State Board 1919
The anti-smoking order 1918
'Anti-Spit' Inspectors Will Arrest All Who Expectorate on Walks 1918
Antipneumococcus Serum (Kyes') in the Treatment of Pneumonia 1920
Antitoxin For Spanish "Flu" 1918
Anxious Rumors About Recurrence Of Influenza Not Sustained By Facts 1918
Apartment heat order requested 1918
Apparent Influenza Increase Shows Big Drop in Past Week 1918
Apparently Little Change In The Influenza Situation 1918
Appeal For Autos By Albany Guild 1918
Appeal for Cars and Trucks to Aid in Influenza Epidemic 1918
Appeal for Help in Fighting Flu 1919
An Appeal For Milk 1918
Appeal For More Nurses Sent 1918
An Appeal For Nurses 1919
Appeal for Nurses Goes Out to Check Spread of Influenza in State 1919
Appeal For Nurses In Influenza Homes 1918
Appeal for nurses to fight influenza 1919
Appeal Is Made To Nurses, Women 1918
Appeal Made By Red Cross For Clothing 1918
Appeal Made For Volunteer Nurses 1918
Appeal Made For Volunteer Nurses 1918
Appeal Made To Red Cross For Nurses 1918
Appeal to Close Churches 1918
Appeal To Constitution 1918
Appeal To Teachers As Nurses 1918
Appeals for doctors 1918
Appeals For Nurses 1918
Appeals Made For New Ban; Board To Act 1918
Appeals To Citizens To Aid Neighbors 1918
Appeals to Public To Avoid Fear 1918
Appeals To Public To Use Great Care To Prevent Spread Of Influenza Here 1918
Appearance Of Spanish Influenza 1918
Appendix H: Report of Director of Medical Inspection 1919
Appetites Of Movie Fans Whetted By Lack Of Shows, Manager Says 1918
Applewhite Approves Work of the Red Cross in Fighting the "Flu" 1918
An Appreciation 1919
Approach Of Winter Seen as Influenza Check 1918
Approves Rejoicing But Fears Results 1918
April 1, 1918 1918
April 1, 1919 1919
April 1, 1920 1920
April 10, 1919 1919
April 10, 1919 1919
April 10, 1919 1919
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April 10, 1920 1920
April 10, 1922 1922
April 11, 1918 1918
April 15, 1920 1920
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April 18, 1918 1918
April, 1917 1917
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April, 1917 1917
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April, 1918 1918
April 1918 1918
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April, 1918 1918
April 1919 1919
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April, 1922 1922
April 1922 1922
April 22, 1920 1920
April 24, 1919 1919
April 25, 1918 1918
April 29, 1920 1920
April 3, 1919 1919
April 4, 1918 1918
April 8, 1920 1920
April - May, 1918 1918
Aqueduct Guard Stricken 1918
Archbishop Glennon Sends Out Letters 1918
Archbishop Hanna Turns Over Equipment And Resources Of Diocese To Use Of Red Cross 1918
Archbishop Urges Forty Priests to Fight Epidemic 1918
Are Hiccoughs Next? 1919
Are Kept Busy In Spite Of Ban 1918
Are To Discuss Influenza Today 1918
Are YOU Doing Your Part to Check the Influenza Epidemic? 1918
Arlington Family Stricken 1918
Armory Factor In Recovery Of Convalescents 1918
Army Asks About "Flu" 1918
Army Aviator's Illness Likely Influenza Case 1918
Army Camps Show Influenza Decline 1918
Army Doctors And Nurses To Help In Flu Fight 1918
Army Health Is Best In History 1918
Army Officer Issues Health Regulations 1918
Army Physicians To Aid Neighbors 1918
Army Preventative For Spanish Grip 1918
Army risk rate low 1918
Army Starts Fight To Stop Rapid Spread Of Influenza 1918
Army students new victims of influenza 1918
Army Surgeons Find Serum Will Prevent Spanish Influenza 1918
Army Surgeons Plan To Fight Influenza, Spreading Rapidly 1918
Army Surgeons Tour Hospitals 1918
Army 'Y' Training School Resumes Regular Session 1918
Arrest All Maskless As Cases Grow 1918
Arrest Of Board, And School Closing By Police Averted; Conference Called 1918
Arrest Of Eight Doctors Ordered 1919
Arrest Threat In Epidemic 1918
Arrested For Violation Of Quarantine Rules 1918
Arrested In Park City For Not Wearing Mask Sues For Habeas Corpus 1918
Articles related to influenza, October and November 1918, The Catholic Journal 1918
Artist Flu Plague Heroine 1918
Artistry In Flu Masks Is Shown 1918
As Many Births As Deaths Are Recorded 1918
As Refuge For Children 1918
As The Epidemic Passes 1918
As To Influenza 1918
As to the Health Board 1918
Ask $1,000,000 to Fight Epidemic 1918
Ask Aid Against Epidemic 1918
Ask Definite Data To Combat Rumors 1918
Ask Gov. Dorsey to Close Fairs to Check Influenza 1918
Ask Met Aid In Influenza 1918
Ask more to aid poor 1918
Ask Quarantine Instead Of The Present Flu Ban 1918
Ask Return Of Worcester Nurses 1918
Ask Student Nurse Reserves To Aid Fight on Influenza 1918
Ask Support Of Flu Bill 1919
Ask To Re-Open Schools 1918
Ask Volunteer Nurses To Lend Helping Hand 1918
Ask Volunteers to Give Part of Blood 1918
Asked to Act Promptly 1918
Asks 1,000,000 housekeepers for the sick 1919
Asks $10,000 To Fight Flu 1919
Asks $3000 for Influenza Study 1919
Asks Children To Gather Nuts 1918
Asks Co-Operation In Fighting Flu 1919
Asks experts' aid to check epidemic 1918
Asks For $1,000,000 1918
Asks for 100,000 Influenza Masks for Use at Gordon 1918
Asks For More Nurses 1918
Asks Home Care Of Flu Victims 1918
Asks Indemnity For Flu Losses 1919
Asks Joint Disease Fight 1918
Asks New Delay Of School Start 1918
Asks Open Air Masses 1918
Asks People To Stay Home 1918
Asks Physicians To Report "Flu" Cases 1918
Asks Physicians To Volunteer 1918
Asks Physicians' Aid For Work In Schools 1919
Asks Public to Lend Cars 1918
Asks Thanksgiving Plans Be Restricted 1918
Asks That Churches Be Closed 1918
Asks Women Of Courage To Aid In Relief Work 1918
Asks Women To Serve In City As Emergency Aids 1918
Assembly Places Not To Be Closed 1918
Assert Influenza Is A New Disease 1918
Assign Doctors To Boston Dispensary 1918
Assign School Nurses To Aid In "Flu" Cases 1918
Assistant City Attorney Is Victim Of Influenza 1918
Assistant Foreman Dies at Emergency Hospital 1918
Assistant Teachers Unpaid in Epidemic 1918
Associated Charities In Fight For Health 1918
Association Committee Notes on Statistical Study of the 1918 Epidemic of So-called Influenza, Being A Resolution and Accompanying Discussion Presented before the Section on Vital Statistics, American Public Health Association, December 11, 1918 at Chicago, Ill., together with Notes of Subsequent Committee Work 1918
Association Committee Notes on Statistical Study of the Epidemic of So-Called Influenza Being A Resolution and Accompanying Discussion Presented before the Section on Vital Statistics, American Public Health Association, December 11, 1918 at Chicago, Ill., together with Notes of Subsequent Committee Work 1918
Assurance Given Of Physicians' Release 1918
At Epidemic Stage 1918
At Odds On "Flu" Situation 1918
Athletic Program And Dancing At Open House Program At Deseret Gym 1919
Athletics Are Still Slumbering, Pending Lifting Of Ban 1918
Athletics At Y. M. C. A. Keep Influenza Away 1918
Atlanta Becomes Convention City for Stage People 1918
Atlanta Death Rate Approaching Normal, Says City Physician 1919
Atlanta Death Rate Last Week Is Lowest Since Last September 1919
Atlanta Death Rate Lowest in the South 1918
Atlanta Death Rate Next to the Lowest in Dixie for Week 1918
Atlanta Is Included in Underground System for the Sale of Narcotics 1918
Atlanta Nurses Respond to Call: More Are Needed 1918
Atlanta Red Cross to Furnish 'Flu' Patients with Doctors and Nurses 1918
Atlanta Reports on "Flu" Urged by Kennedy 1918
Atlanta's Death Rate Lower Last Week Than In Many Cities 1919
Atlanta's Death Rate Lowest in the South 1918
Atropine Used To Check Influenza 1918
Attack Closing Order In "Dry" Beer Cases 1918
Attendance At The Public Schools 1918
Attention Is Called to Splendid Work Done by Volunteers in Epidemic 1918
Attention Spanish Influenza! Special Notice To All Officers And Enlisted Men Of The Spruce Production Division [1919]
Auditorium Hospital Taken Over For Influenza Patients 1918
Auditorium Houses New Flu Patients 1918
Auditorium Turned Into City Hospital 1918
Aug. - Sept., 1918 1918
August 1, 1918 1918
August 10, 1919 1919
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Austin Man Dies At Camp Dix Of Spanish Influenza 1918
Authorities Claim Check On Epidemic 1918
Authorities Decide Mask Order At Present Unnecessary 1918
Authorities Quarantine Big Hospital 1918
Auto owners ordered to carry war workers to and from tasks 1918
Auto School Is Not Closed By Influenza Ban 1918
Autobiography, Chapter 22 [1935]
Autoists Urged to Lend Cars to Help Women's Grip Fight 1918
Automobiles Wanted to Carry Influenza Fighters to Patients 1918
Autos Needed To Aid Victims Of Influenza 1918
Autos needed to carry physicians and nurses to sufferers from "flu" 1918
Autos To Carry Nurses Needed 1918
Aver That Influenza Is Spread by Fear and Panic 1918
Average Death Rate From Flu 8 Daily 1918
Average Of New Flu Cases Cut In Half 1918
Avoid All Crowds — Again Advises Kahn 1918
Avoid Crowds, Advises City Health Chief As He Fights To Prevent "Flu" Epidemic 1918
Avoid Crowds, All Advice Doctors Can Offer 1918
Avoid Quacks And Nostrums, Says Doctor 1918
Avoid Worry, 'Flu' Warning 1918
Avoiding Spanish Influenza 1918
Awaits Recommendation Of City Health Officer 1918
Awarding Of Prizes Postponed 1918
Awards Announced at Great Exhibits at Lakewood Fair 1918
Ayer Camp Ordered In Quarantine 1918

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