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Memoirs [series]:
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"Memoirs" by ACE. ( 1963 ). 70 pp. xerox, bound.
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"Memoirs" by ACE. ( 1965 , revised and expanded from 1963). 106 pp. xerox, bound.
 
Correspondence [series]:
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First International Congress For Microbiology (Paris, July 1930 )
Correspondence pertaining to ACE's appointment as a representative of the Society of American Bacteriologists at the Paris meeting and to her authority to visit English bacteriologists at the time of the meeting; a report of "Visits to Six European Laboratories" by ACE (5 pp. carbon typescript); "The Chronic Type of Brucelliasis," a 2 pp. typescript marked "discussion at Paris conference"; "Report on European Congresses" by ACE and Sara E. Branham (14 pp. carbon typescript); pictures, programs, official invitations, and other items relevant to the Congress. (1930, 41 pcs.).

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Second International Congress For Microbiology (London, July 1936 )
Correspondence concerning the Congress; notes for a paper on brucellosis which ACE delivered or discussed (2 pp. handwritten on both sides); "Comments on the London Congress" (33 small pp., handwritten); official invitations, clippings, banquet menu and guest list, and other relevant items. (1936, 48 pcs.).

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Inter-American Committee on Brucellosis
Correspondence pertaining to the First Inter-American Congress for the Study of Brucellosis (Oct.-Nov. 1948, Mexico City); "The Incidence of Human Brucellosis," a paper discussed by ACE (6 pp. handwritten); correspondence pertaining to the Second Inter-American Congress for Brucellosis (Nov. 1948, Mendoza, Argentina); notes on the "Origin of the Inter-American Committee on Brucellosis and its Relation to Other Organizations for the Study of Brucellosis" (1965, 6 pp. handwritten); report of the President of the Inter-American Committee for Brucellosis (7 pp. typewritten); and other relevant issues. ([1946-1948]-1965, 59 pcs.).

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Third Inter-American Congress on Brucellosis; First Meeting of WHO/FAO Expert Panel on Brucellosis; Committee on Public Health Aspects of Brucellosis of the National Research Council
Correspondence pertaining to the above organizations; minutes of meetings of the Committee on Public Health Aspects of Brucellosis (May 1949 and Sept. 1949); report of the Committee on Public Health Aspects of Brucellosis to the Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. (Apr. 1950); Address of Welcome to the Congress by ACE, President of the Inter-American Committee on Brucellosis (Nov. 6, 1950, 5 pp. carbon typescript); a report of the meeting of the Congress and proposed resolutions, which it later adopted; a pamphlet, Joint FAO/WHO Expert Panel on Brucellosis, report on the first session (Geneva: WHO, 1951 36 pp.) (1949-1950, 70 pcs.)

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Fourth Inter-American Congress on Brucellosis (Aug. 1957 , Lima, Peru)
Correspondence concerning the meeting; a program of the Congress, including a list of papers to be given; Address of the President (3 pp. carbon typescript) (1956-1957, 21 pcs.).

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Chronic Brucellosis
Reprint from Journal of American Medical Women's Association, 16: 12 (Dec. 1961) pp. 942-945, "Chronic Brucellosis: The Unreliability of Diagnostic Tests" by ACE; correspondence from university medical centers, government offices, and individuals thanking ACE for the reprint and commenting on brucellosis. (1961-1964, 27 pcs.).

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ACE, Correspondence, 1908-1965
The bulk of the correspondence pertains to ACE's disposal of books, prints, etc. Included is a form letter signed by Mary R. Beard, thanking ACE for items she contributed to the World Center for Women's Archives (Nov. 22, 1939); also a letter from ACE to her parents (1908) describing the amusements of a group of about 30 women students living in Alumnae House on Eddy Street. (34 pcs.).

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ACE, Correspondence, 1922-1929, 1930-1934
Correspondence pertaining to ACE's work and interest in various diseases, especially brucellosis and others transmitted through animals' milk; a report by ACE on the Women's Industrial Conference (Jan. 1926, 2 pp. carbon typescript); and other items. (176 pcs. in two folders).

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ACE, Correspondence, 1935-1940
Correspondence pertaining to research on various diseases, especially chronic brucellosis, and to human infection through milk consumption; a letter from Carrie Chapman Catt (Nov. 18, 1940) asking ACE to be present at a meeting honoring women following careers they could not have followed 50 years earlier; a 6 pp. pamphlet, Women's Centennial Congress, 1840-1940 (held Nov. 26, 1940); and other items. (110 pcs.).

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ACE, Correspondence, 1941-1949
Correspondence pertaining to ACE's research on brucellosis and other subjects; a letter from a serviceman who had received a "psychoneurotic" discharge and wished to be cleared of the stigma, believing that his symptoms were caused by brucellosis; answering letters from ACE to the above and similar letters from other individuals; and other items. (43 pcs.).

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ACE, Correspondence, 1950-1965
Correspondence pertaining to ACE's work on brucellosis; copies of extracts from correspondence with Theobald Smith (May-Dec. 1925) concerning their disagreement about the possibility of human infection through bovine organisms; material pertaining to brucellosis (undulant fever) to Professor E.V. McCollum of Johns Hopkins; and other items. (70 pcs.).

 
Photographs [series]:
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Two photographs of ACE, 1934 and 1942 . Also, a photograph of ACE ( 1912 ) is attached to a letter of May 30, 1956.
 
Addendum [series]:
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Some correspondence for early 1935 (above) concerns Evans's participation in a "Conference on Fields of Work for Women," sponsored by the Federation of Cornell Women's Clubs, Mar. 9, 1935. Included is a typed copy of the address she gave there about opportunities for women in medicine.
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Publications, 1912-1961 .