Guide to the Charles Sawyer Wilson papers
Collection number: HMC-0416.
Creator: Wilson, Charles Sawyer.
Title: Charles Sawyer Wilson papers.
Volume of collection: 3.0 cubic feet.
Language of materials: Materials in this collection are in English.
Collection summary: Papers of an Alaskan entomologist.
Charles Sawyer Wilson was born in Yakima, Washington. He received B.S. (1933) and M.S. (1935) degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. In 1934, Wilson married Mildred Stratton in San Anselmo, California. The couple had one daughter, Linda. Wilson remained at U.C. Berkeley studying for a Ph.D. until 1938, when he accepted a job with the Division of Insects Affecting Man and Animals, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). During his employment with the USDA, he worked as Junior Entomologist (1938), Assistant Entomologist (1939), and Associate Entomologist (1942). He then worked at the USDA’s Beltsville Research Center in Beltsville, Maryland, until he joined the Naval Reserve as a Lieutenant (Junior Grade) in 1943. Wilson worked at the Naval Medical Research Institute in Bethesda, Maryland; and with Naval Medical Research Unit #2 (June 1944-February 1945) in the Solomon Islands and on Guadalcanal. After being released from active duty in 1945, he returned to work for the USDA (1946) and became involved in the Alaska Insect Control Project, which brought him to Anchorage, Alaska. In 1948, he accepted a job as Entomologist for Headquarters, U.S. Army, Alaska, Office of the Army Engineer. In 1949, he became an Entomologist/Sanitarian for the U.S. Public Health Service. In 1955, he began working for the Post Engineers at Fort Richardson as the Insect Control Supervisor, a position he held until his retirement in 1970. In the course of his career, Wilson was active in researching the effectiveness of various types of sprayers, nozzles, and insecticides for use against mosquitoes, and made a number of innovations, some of which he attempted to patent. He was also involved in the American Association for the Advancement of Science-Alaska Division, the annual Alaskan Science Conferences, and the Chugach Electric Association. Charles Wilson died on May 19, 1985.
The collection contains papers relating to Charles Wilson’s personal and professional life. Included in the collection are Wilson’s notes, exams, and other course-related materials from his studies at UC Berkeley; employment records; correspondence; speeches and drafts for articles he wrote; and research files regarding sprayers and nozzles, which include lab data, photographs, reports, and diagrams.
Arrangement: The collection has been arranged into the following series and subseries:
Series 1: Personal papers; 1934-1985
Series 2: Coursework; circa 1931-1969
Series 3: Professional papers; 1935-1970
Subseries 3a: United States Department of Agriculture papers; 1935-1948
Subseries 3b: Navy papers; undated, 1942-1949
Subseries 3c: Office of the Army Engineer papers; undated, 1948-1949
Subseries 3d: Public Health Services papers; undated, 1948-1956
Subseries 3e: Post Engineers papers; 1956-1970
Subseries 3f: Alaska Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science papers; undated, 1950-1954
Subseries 3g: Correspondence; 1949-1968
Series 4: Invoices and correspondence; 1947-1966
Series 5: Drafts and speeches; 1940-1979
Series 6: Research files; undated, 1934-1952
Digitized copies: This collection has not been digitized. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.
Rights note: Archives holds copyright to materials created by Charles Wilson. The collection contains materials not created by Wilson, which may be subject to copyright restrictions.
Preferred citation: Charles Sawyer Wilson papers, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.
Separated materials: Publications have been removed from this collection and some added to the Consortium Library’s Rare Books collection. Please contact Archives and Special Collections for further information.
Related materials: The Archives also holds the papers of Wilson’s wife, Mildred Stratton Wilson, HMC-0417.
Acquisition note: The collection was given to the Archives, and a deed of gift signed, by Peter W. Hill, Wilson’s grandson, in 1994. Additional materials were acquired from the Environment and Natural Resources Institute (ENRI) at the University of Alaska Anchorage in 1996.
Processing information: This collection was arranged and described by Michele Wellck in 1996. The guide to the collection was converted to current standard, series combined, and publications removed by Veronica Denison in 2016.
Series 1: Personal papers; 1934-1985. 0.3 cubic feet.
This series contains papers relating to Charles Wilson’s personal life, including his involvement in the Chugach Electric Association. The series also includes photographs, personal correspondence, household expense lists, and certificates of appointment and achievement regarding his career.
|1/1||“The Marriage Service” Charles S. Wilson and Mildred E. Stratton, San Anselmo, California||1934 June 25|
|1/2||Memorial Service for Charles S. Wilson: Program and “Sam’s Talk” (eulogy)||1985 may 29|
|1/3||Letter from Mildred S. Wilson to Charles Wilson||1962|
|1/4||Photographs: Charles S. Wilson outside; Charles and Mildred Wilson inside house; Charles S. Wilson at work at his desk||undated, 1968|
|1/5||Photographs and news clippings on Paul T. Wilson (brother?)||1961-1967|
|1/6||Resolution commemorating James R. Wilson, Redevelopment Agency of the City of Sacramento||1965|
|1/7||Wilson family history||undated|
|1/8||Job applications||circa 1942-1955|
|1/9||Certificate of Appointment as Lieutenant (Junior Grade) in the Naval Reserve as of August 11, 1943||1943 August 14|
|1/10||Navy: Clothing and equipment lists; Household shipping paperwork||undated, 1944-1945|
|1/11||Navy: Resignation from Naval Reserve||1949|
|4/1||Certificate of Appointment as Sanitarian in the Reserve Corps of the Public Health Service as of April 4, 1954||1954 August 16|
|1/12||Certificate of Achievement: News clipping and photographs: Group photo of awardees; “Col. E.M. Rowan, Ft. Richardson Post Commander, presents a Certificate of Achievement to Mr. Charles Wilson, for his job as Rodents and Insect Control for the Post Engr., Ft. Richardson, Alaska. 14 Feb., 1958”||1958|
|1/13||Household expenses and receipts||1948-1958|
|1/14||Interoffice courtesy card: National Bank of Alaska||undated|
|1/15||Longevity Bonus Program||1982|
|1/16||Home and property related Materials||1975-1979|
|1/18-24||Chugach Electric Association: By-Laws and Amendments, includes note and annotations by Wilson; Correspondence regarding the By-Laws Committee and general; Correspondence and notes regarding petitions against Mr. Gustafson and Mr. Seiser; Meeting information||undated, 1948-1960|
|1/25||Alaska Pest Control newsletter||1971 November 3|
|1/26||6th Annual Public Health Meeting program||1949 May|
|1/27||Trivial Code of Entomological Terms||undated|
|1/28||Personal correspondence||undated, 1969-1979|
|1/29||Negatives: Includes school scenes and people||circa 1965-1975|
Series 2: Coursework; circa 1931-1969. 0.2 cubic feet.
This series consists of notes, exams, and other course-related materials from Wilson’s studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
|1/30||List of Alumni of the Department of Entomology and Parasitology, degrees received during the period of 1930-1936||1969|
|1/31||A Study of the Toxicity of Arsenic to Cabbage Butterfly Larvae (Pieris rapae Linn.) and Its Mode of Action, by Charles Wilson; thesis for Master of Science in Entomology in the Graduate Division of the University of California (Signed by committee members)||undated|
|1/32||“A Study of Methods to be Used in Determining the Effect of Toxins on Insect Tissues” paper written by Wilson||undated|
|1/33||Particle Size Determination||undated, 1931|
|1/34||Study and exam questions from U.C. Berkeley courses||undated, 1932-1938|
|1/35||Field Course: Photographs of cabbage butterfly larvae||undated|
|1/36||Zoology 108: Exams and exercises||1937|
|1/37||Insect Physiology: Lab exercises and exam||1939|
|1/38||“Some Additional Notes on the Anatomy and Histology of the Digestive System of the Grasshopper” by Charles Wilson for Entomology 106||undated|
|1/39||Entomology 124 exercises (drawings of bugs)||undated|
|1/40||Exercises from unknown course (drawings of bugs)||undated|
|1/41||“Absorption and Secretion in the Mid-Guts of Insects” Charles Wilson, Physiology 120||1934 April|
|1/42||Cover and end pages of unlabeled book with notes on anatomy||undated|
Series 3: Professional papers; 1935-1970. 2.1 cubic feet.
This series contains papers relating to Wilson’s employment with the USDA, Navy, Office of the Army Engineer, Public Health Service, and Post Engineers, as well as his involvement in the American Association for the Advancement of Science-Alaska Division. Included in the series are correspondence, log books, photographs, reports, and research.
Series 3: Professional papers. Subseries 3a: United States Department of Agriculture papers; 1935-1948. 0.3 cubic feet.
|1/47||Beltsville photographs of Charles Wilson working in the lab||undated|
|1/48-49||Correspondence: Incoming and outgoing, includes travel orders||1943, 1946-1948|
|1/50||Correspondence and reports||1942-1943|
|1/51||Report of activities at Beltsville||1942|
|1/52||“Aerosol Tests Made Near Cocoa Beach, Florida, Against the Salt March Mosquito” includes notes from Charles Wilson||circa 1943|
|1/53||Alaska Insect Control Projects, USDA||1946-1947|
|1/54||“Plans for the Alaska Insect Control Project for 1949”||1948 December|
|1/55||Lab notebook: Droplet data||1946-1947|
|1/56||Manuscripts and related correspondence||1939-1940|
|1/57||Manuscripts: “Durable Mounts of Dissections of the Soft Parts of Insects” drafts and related correspondence||1940|
|1/60||Patents and correspondence: “Candle” Insecticide Sprayer||1943-1944|
|1/61||Patents and correspondence: Insecticides||1943, 1945|
Series 3: Professional papers. Subseries 3b: Navy papers; undated, 1942-1949. 0.3 cubic feet.
|1/62||Capt. Hakansson correspondence||1944-1946|
|1/64-66||DDT: Abstracts, conference reports, correspondence||undated, 1943-1945|
|1/67||Dispersion designs||undated, 1943-1944|
|1/68||Field work reports||1943|
|1/69||Fire hazards of insecticides||1945|
|1/70||“Laboratory Repellent Test” copies of data and lab notes||1944|
|1/71||Correspondence, memoranda||1942-1943, 1945|
|1/72||Naval Medical Research Institute: Menus, programs, drawings||undated, 1943, 1945|
|1/73||Naval Medical Research Unit #2 (Solomon Islands & Guadalcanal): Orders correspondence||undated, 1943-1946, 1949|
|1/74||Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) Reports: Insect Control||undated, 1945-1946|
|1/76||Project X-168: Reports||1945|
|2/1||“The Sanitary Squad in a Marine Division During Combat” drafts||1945|
|2/3||Summaries of Research: 1 July 1944-31 December 1944, Naval Medical Research Institute, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland||circa 1945|
Series 3: Professional papers. Subseries 3c: Office of the Army Engineer papers; undated, 1948-1949. 0.2 cubic feet.
|2/4-5||Correspondence: Incoming and outgoing||1948-1949|
|2/6||Drafts of letters and memos written for official signature||undated, 1948|
|2/7||Draft Joint Regulations for Airplane Spraying of Insects||undated, 1949|
|2/8||Army and Air Force regulations regarding insect and rodent control||1948-1949|
|Box 4||“Air-O-Spray” canister made by Paul Engstrum Associates||1948|
Series 3: Professional papers. Subseries 3d: Public Health Services papers; undated, 1948-1956. 0.4 cubic feet.
|2/13||Quarterly and annual reports||undated, 1951-1955|
|2/14||Project Lists: Arctic Health Research Center||1952, 1954|
|2/15||“Progress Report: Alaska Health and Sanitation Activities, Public Health Service”||1949 July 15|
|2/16||Alaska Air Command Airplane Spray reports||1948-1952|
|2/17||USAF: Mosquito Control Activities||1949|
|2/18||Alaska Health and Sanitation Activities reports||undated, 1949|
|2/19-20||Trip reports and travel orders||1949-1951, 1954|
|2/21||Supplementary Budget for 1951||1950|
|2/22||Inventory of tools and insect control equipment in Physiology Lab||1954 September 7|
|2/23||Purchase Orders: Insect Control||1950-1952|
|2/24||Toxicity: Loop Apparatus (drawings)||1949|
|2/25||Toxicity: Spot Studies, includes drafts and tables||1946-1947|
|2/26||Photographs of micromanipulator||1955|
|2/27||Drawings of micromanipulators||undated, 1953|
|4/2||Drawings, possibly of a pantograph or micromanipulator, by R. Eaton||1953 April|
|4/3||Drawing of unknown equipment||undated|
|2/28||Sketch of nozzle for Vehicle Mounted Insecticide Disperser||1950|
|2/29||Plans: Tube DDT spray; Board motor and pump mounting; Bracket valve support; Support relay box; Bracket tank hold-down; Cover hose; Cable assembly spray tank hold-down, U.S. Air Force, Alaska Air Depot||1948|
|2/30||“Plans for Installation of DDT Spray System in C47 Alaska Insect Project,” Bureau of Entomology & Plant Quarantine, USDA, U.S. Air Force, Alaska Air Depot||1948|
|2/31||Lab notebook: Information and test data for nozzles||1950-1951, 1954|
|2/32-36||Nozzle design and construction: Data and lab notes from tests involving nozzle FB-4, SB-1, SB-4, TAI-2, TB-4||1954|
|2/37||Nozzle design and construction: Graphs: Droplet diameter and output for different nozzles||undated|
|2/38-39||Nozzle design and construction: Nozzle summary graphs, calculations||undated|
|2/40||Pattern Sheets for data collection and graphs||undated|
|2/41-44||Data and lab notes from unidentified experiments involving aerosol spray, DDT, conical boom||1950-1954|
|2/45||“Quarantine Clearance Procedures for Aircraft Arriving from Tokyo, Japan”||undated|
Series 3: Professional papers. Subseries 3e: Post Engineers papers; 1956-1970. 0.25 cubic feet.
|2/46-47||Message logs: “Buildings/Areas Requiring Anti-Insect Treatment”||1956-1959|
|2/48||Correspondence: W.D. Reed (Chief, Entomology Section, Army Engineers)||1959|
|2/49||Medical Equipment Research & Development Laboratory correspondence about Wilson’s equipment designs||1964|
|2/50||Sketches: Ideas and designs||undated, 1960, 1965|
|2/51||Designs: Airplane spray||undated|
|2/52||Designs: Adjustable nozzle for squirt cans||1963|
|2/53||Designs: Compression sprayer—Superseded||1962|
|2/54||Designs: Conical Atomizer||undated, 1964-1965|
|2/55||Designs: Conical head for the Monster||1963-1965|
|2/56||Designs: Dual Feed Atomizer Head||undated|
|2/57||Designs: Dust Bulb||undated|
|2/58||Designs: Duster parts||1960-1963|
|2/59||Designs: Hudson Compression Sprayer||1962-1966|
|2/61||Designs: L-20||undated, 1966|
|2/62||Designs: Millepore Pneumatic Automizer||1967|
|2/63||Suggestion: Modified Methods for Household Insect Control (Cover Sheet for Compression Sprayers, Hand Dusters, and Dust Bulbs)||1965|
|2/64||Suggestion EA 16-66M: Compression Sprayers for Household Insect Pest Control Teams||undated, 1965|
|2/65||Suggestion EA 17-66M: Hand Dusters for Household Insect Pest Control Teams||undated, 1965|
|2/66||Suggestion EA 18-66M: Dust Bulbs and Fillers for Household Insect Control Teams||undated, 1965|
|2/67||Suggestion AB 28-66M: Airplane Spray Kits for Quick Installation on Fixed-Wing Military Aircraft||1966|
|2/68||Suggestion 68-45C: A Knife Edge Atomizer Head for the MITY-MITE Back Pack Sprayer- Duster||1967|
|2/69||Suggestion 68-67C: Millepore Atomizing Heads for Low Volume Sprays||1967|
|2/70||Correspondence and status reports on Suggestions||1967-1968, 1970|
|2/71||Correspondence with Seed and Berry regarding patent for Spray Atomizer (Ser. No. 266,991)||1963- 1965|
|2/72||Correspondence regarding Harvey Engineering Associates Marketing Spray Atomizer (Patent No. 3,191,866)||1966, 1968|
|2/73||Writings, notes, and drawings regarding sprayers||undated, 1960|
|2/74||Notes and drafts: Mosquito Control Kit for Light Liaison Plane L-19||1960|
|275||Notes and drafts: Pneumatic Atomizers, Spray Atomizers, Spray Booms||undated, 1960|
|2/76||Notes and publications||1965, 1968|
|2/77||Notes and drafts: Mosquito Control on Fort Richardson||1960|
|2/78||Insect and Rodent Control Supply and Manpower Needs||1960-1961|
|2/79||Data from experiment examining drop size using Safeway Airways Nozzle||1959|
|2/80||Map/Plan: Ladd Air Force Base Mosquito Larvae Control||1959|
Series 3: Professional papers. Subseries 3f: Alaska Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science papers; undated, 1950-1954. 0.15 cubic feet.
|2/81||Constitution and Bylaws||undated|
|2/82||“How Well Informed Are You About Your Organization?: The Cook Inlet Branch of the AAAS”||1954|
|2/83||Division correspondence||undated, 1951-1954|
|2/85||Cook Inlet Branch Programs: Correspondence||1954-1955|
|2/86||5th Alaskan Science Conference: Press Releases, Programs, etc.||1954|
|2/87||Other conferences, including Alaska Science Conferences||1950-1953, 1955|
|2/88||Cook Inlet Branch stationery||undated|
Series 3: Professional papers. Subseries 3g: Correspondence and supply invoices; 1949-1968. 0.3 cubic feet.
|2/89||Requests for Wilson’s reprints||1949-1954|
|2/90||Requests for reprints of “Minute Shears and Forceps…”||1953-1957|
|2/91||Alaska Air Command||1950-1951|
|2/92||Alaska Department of Health||1951|
|3/2||Babers, F.H., Biochemist, U.S.D.A.||1952|
|3/3||Berg, Dr. Clifford O., Assoc. Prof. of Zoology, Ohio Wesleyan University||1950-1952|
|3/4||Brodie, Harold J., Dept. of Botany, Indiana University, with biological sample taped to letter||1955|
|3/5||Byers, Sanford O., Harold Brunn Institute for Cardiovascular Research, Mount Zion Hospital, San Francisco||1951|
|3/6||Craig, Roderick, Professor, Division of Entomology and Parasitology, U.C. Berkeley, includes photographs of pantograph micromanipulator||1951, 1953|
|3/7||Dr. B.V. Travis, Bureau of Entomology, USDA||1949|
|3/8||California Mosquito Control Association||1949|
|3/9||Dr. C.R. Twinn||1950|
|3/10||Communicable Disease Center, Savannah, GA||1950, 1954|
|3/11||Downs, J.A., Division of Entomology, Dept. of Agriculture, Canada||1954|
|3/12||Fess, Lawrence and Stuart A. Yaffe (employees)||1950|
|3/13||Frohne, William C., Alaska Dept. of Health||1952|
|3/14||Gault, Roger C.||1957|
|3/16||Gill, Gordon D., Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory, USAF, includes photo of power atomizer||1954|
|3/17||Grundfest, Harry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University||1950|
|3/18||H.D. Hudson Manufacturing Co., regarding Wilson’s sprayer modifications||1962-1963, 1968|
|3/19||Journal of Economic Entomology||1949|
|3/20||Mosquito News||1950, 1954|
|3/21||Mulhern, Thomas D., Assoc. Vector Control Specialist, Calif. Dept. of Public Health, includes photographs of the “Wilson Atomizing Spray Bar”||1954|
|3/22||O’Neill, Rev. Dr. Hugh, Curator of the Herbarium, Catholic University of America||1951|
|3/23||Public Health Reports (Editor)||1953|
|3/24||Skarland, Dr. Ivar, University of Alaska||1951|
|3/26||Stoll, Alice, U.S. Naval Air Development Center||1954|
|3/27||Surgeon General—US Public Health Service||1950, 1952|
|3/28||Tarshis, I. Barry, Defense Department, Camp Detrick||1954|
|3/29||Traver, Jay R., Asst. Professor, Zoology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst||1951|
|3/30||Travis, Barney V., Dept. of Entomology, Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station||1954|
|3/31||Vogel, Dr. A.W.||1951|
|3/33||Wilson, James W., Commissioner, Dept. of Agriculture, Territory of Alaska||1954|
|3/34||Yeager, J. Franklin, Division of Research Grants and Fellowships, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health||1949, 1953-1954|
Series 4: Invoices and correspondence; 1947-1966. 0.2 cubic feet.
This series consists of correspondence with various vendors and manufacturers of chemicals and equipment regarding their products.
|3/35-51||Chemical invoices and correspondence regarding equipment and supplies: Aromatic Products, Inc.; California Research Corp. and Standard Oil Co.; Chemical Insecticide Corp.; Chevron Chemical Co.; Dow Chemical Corp.; Food Machinery and Chemical Corp.; General Electric; Heckathorn and Co.; Hercules Powder Co.; Insecticides Federal Supply; McLaughlin Gormley King Co.; Monsanto Chemical Co.; S.B. Penick & Co.; Shell Chemical Corp.; Union Oil Co.; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; U.S. Industrial Chemicals Co.||undated, 1947-1953|
|3/52-67||General invoices and correspondence regarding equipment and supplies: Aero-Mist; American Optical Co.; Blackwell Burner Co.; Buffalo Forge Co.; Central Rubber Products Co., Inc.; Gamma Instrument Co., Inc.; General Information; Herning Equipment Co.; Hudson Manufacturing Co.; ILG Electric Ventilating Co.; John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; E.F. Mahady Co.; Mine Safety Appliances Co.; Newton & Co., Ltd.; Velsicol Corp.||undated, 1949-1962|
|3/68||Personal Purchases||undated, 1955-1966|
Series 5: Drafts and speeches; 1940-1979. 0.2 cubic feet.
This series contains drafts of articles and speeches written by Wilson.
|3/69||“Piperonyl Butoxide, Piperonyl Cyclonene, and Pyrethrum Applied to Selected Parts of Individual Flies” drafts||1948-1949|
|3/70||“Preliminary Report of a Special Project Conducted by Charles S. Wilson, Entomologist, 1949” Public Health Service, Alaska Health and Sanitation Activities, Anchorage, Alaska, drafts||1979|
|3/71||“Use of Aerosol Spray Unit to Control Biting Insects in Small Areas” Stationary Spray Regulations, drafts||1949|
|3/72||Speech: “Recent Observations on Control of Noxious Insects in Alaska” or “Some Biological and Technical Aspects of Control of Biting Insects in Alaska,” outline for address given in Berkeley on Feb. 2, 1950 at the 18th Annual California Mosquito Control Association Conference||circa 1950|
|3/73||Speech and paper: “Some Biological and Technical Aspects of Control of Biting Insects in Alaska,” includes drafts and copy read at meeting||circa 1950|
|3/74||“The Status of Mosquito Control in Alaska—Civilian Aspects” drafts||undated|
|3/75||“Minute Shears and Forceps from Razor Blades for Fine Dissections” drafts, related correspondence, and photographs||undated, 1940, 1953|
|3/76||“Principles in the Use of Insecticidal Aerosols,” Arctic Health Research Center, submitted to Sixth Alaskan Science Conference, drafts and related correspondence||1955|
|3/77||“A Multipurpose, Three Dimensional, Single Control Micromanipulator” drafts||undated, 1955|
|3/78||“Vortex Chambers in the Liquid Tubes of Vertical Type Pneumatic Atomizers” – Charles S. Wilson and E.R. Eaton drafts, includes photographs of testing equipment and nozzles in use||undated, 1955|
|3/79||“The Use of Knife-Edges in Pneumatic Atomizer Design” drafts||undated, 1960|
Series 6: Research files; undated, 1934-1952. 0.2 cubic feet.
This series contains Wilson’s research files, including lab notes, data, and photographs regarding his work on sprayer nozzles.
|3/80||Data and lab notes from unidentified experiments involving drop size||undated|
|3/81||Photographs: Jerry Can, possible modified; amphibious landing vehicle modified to hold barrel of insecticide and sprayer bar; base with aerosol sprayers; unknown man; close-up photo of sprayer bar in operation; mosquitos landing on unidentified man’s back and head||undated|
|3/82||Sketches and drawings||undated|
|3/83||Aerosol data: Beltsville, Maryland||1946|
|3/84||Aerosol Spray Unit Specifications||undated|
|3/85||Drop Size Determinations: National Malaria Society Meeting||undated|
|3/86||Particle size and volume test: Socal Heavy Aromatic, D Variations||1951|
|3/87||Particle Size Tests – W.T. Base Oil||1951|
|3/88||Photographs of nozzle||undated|
|3/89||Report on Hession Centrifugal Generator||1946|
|3/90||Smoked Slides: Lab data||1946|
|3/91||Control: Dispersion||1941-1942, 1950-1951|
|3/92||Control: Toxicity and Toxins||1945|
|3/93||Diagrams: Insects||undated, 1945-1952|
|3/95||Dispersion: Drop Size Tables||undated|
|3/96||Dispersion: Jeep Generator Designs/”DDT Exhaust Spray”||1947|
|3/97||Dispersion: Pocket Sprayer||undated, 1946|
|3/99||Mosquitoes, includes photograph of map, ship and men||undated, 1934|
|3/100||Warbles||1939, 1940, 1941|