George C. Whipple

George C. Whipple, Harvard University George Chandler Whipple (March 2, 1866 – November 27, 1924) was an American civil engineer and an expert in the field of sanitary microbiology. His career extended from 1889 to 1924 and he is best known as a co-founder of the Harvard School of Public Health. Whipple published some of the most important books in the early history of public health and applied microbiology. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Ward, Henry Baldwin, 1865-1945
    Published 1918
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