Reports, correspondence, memoranda, statistics, writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to naval medical research,
especially with regard to nutrition and effects of severe malnourishment; public health administration by Allied occupation
authorities in post-World War II Germany; and extent of malnourishment in postwar Germany. Includes related papers of Commander
Harry J. Alvis, United States Navy Medical Corps.
Captain, United States Navy Medical Corps; scientific director, Naval Medical Research Institute, 1943-1950; assistant naval
attaché (medical research), Great Britain, 1945-1946.
7 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize folder
(3.0 linear feet)
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