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Vaccines: An Evolving History
Special collections, objects, and artifacts for researching the history of vaccines, including development, use, hesitancy, and confidence.
State Medical Society Journals: The State Medical Journals Collection encompasses nearly 50 state medical journals collectively held at various institutions, all digitized and available as full text online, and which can be keyword searched.
Harvard African Expedition (film--AVAILALBE ONLINE) Between 1913 and 1934, Richard P. Strong made several expeditions to afflicted areas in South and Central America and in Africa to investigate diseases and obtain material for his laboratory and teaching work. This film, divided in to five files, is from the Harvard African Expedition of 1934 and serves to recreate the original 54 inch reel without sound.
Multiple videos relating to vaccines from The Forum/Health Watch/Health Reform Watch (live webcasting series sponsored by the Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development at Harvard Chan School).
Digitized Rare Books Available In Full Text | Medical Heritage Library
The Medical Heritage Library, a collaborative digitization and discovery organization committed to providing open access resources in the history of healthcare and the health sciences, has curated a number of full text resources pertaining to vaccination, including materials that reflect both pro- and anti-vaccination viewpoints. These sources, organized chronologically, are available in full text for free. They trace the history of vaccination from the 18th century through the 1920s. Visit: Shelves: History of Vaccination