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William Hallock Park - bibliography

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American bacteriologist, born December 30, 1863, New York; died 1939.


  • Bacteria in Medicine and Surgery. New York and Philadelphia, 1899.
  • Active immunization in diphteria and treatment by toxin-antitoxin.
    With A. Zingher and M-H- Serota.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1914, 63: 859-861.
    Park was an early advocate of diphteria immunisation with toxin-antitoxin.
    A second paper is in the same journal, 1915, 65: 2216-2220.
  • Pathogenic Microorganisms Including Bacteria and Protozoa.
    With Anna Wessels Williams. New York and Philadelphia, 1905. 9th edition, 1929.
  • Public Health and Hygiene.
    New York and Philadelphia, 1920; 2nd edition, 1928.
  • Who's Who Among the Microbes.
    With Anna Wessels Williams. New York, 1929.

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