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Correspondence, reports, photocopies of photographs, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous printed material relating to various aspects of veterinary medicine. Includes letters from the editors of the RURAL NEW YORKER concerning specific subject matter and rate of compensation for articles on veterinary medicine; letters commenting favorably on Charles Kendall Adams and Robert Henry Thurston; letters describing living conditions and economic opportunities in El Paso, Texas; papers relating to Kilborne's work testing cattle for the New York State Board of Health Tuberculosis Committee and an account of Kilborne's study of Texas cattle fever, 1933-36.

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