Public Health Report ; v. 69, no. 1 : frontispiece
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Public Health Report ; v. 69, no. 1 : frontispiece

  • 1-1954

  • Source: Public Health Rep.  69(1)
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      50 years ago in Public health reports.

      Public Health Reports of 1903 reported an important milestone in the history of public health administration: the first conference of State and Territorial health officers with the Surgeon General. In the report of the 1953 conference-the 52d such conference-references will be found to prophetic remarks by Dr. Wyman (p. 61 and pp. 84-87). The problems of 1903 in the field of Federal-State relations were, quite obviously, elementary insofar as public health administration was concerned, but not so elementary insofar as disease control and investigation and relations with the public. "Signs of the times" of the past half-century are pictorially suggested by the frontispiece, and the following are random selections of items from volume 18 of Public Health Reports and its supplements published in 1903, reflecting some of the domestic public health activities of that day.

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