J. G. Jarell letter to Julius Caesar LeHardy

J. G. Jarell letter to Julius Caesar LeHardy

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Jarrell, J. G.
Title: J. G. Jarell letter to Julius Caesar LeHardy
Dates: 1899 May 20
Quantity: 1.0 folder (1 letter)
Coll. Number: ms1397

Biographical/Historical Note

Dr. Julius Caesar Le Hardy (born Julius-Caesar Louis Victor Le Hardy de Beaulieu on October 21, 1831 in Belgium), was a Savannah physician who pioneered studies of yellow fever and other swamp diseases and revised methods of quarantine and treatment of epidemic situations. He spent much time investigating coastal Georgia diseases and wrote a number of scholarly woks on the various maladies of the area.


Scope and Content Note

A letter to Dr. Le Hardy, dated May 20, 1899, from J.G. Jarrell, a fellow physician, who mentions "five new cases of variola" and his need to "visit the Rest Home this afternoon."


Index Terms

Correspondence
Jarrell, J. G. -- Correspondence
LeHardy, J. C., (Julius Caesar), 1831-1907 -- Correspondence
Physicians--Georgia--Savannah.
Rest homes--Georgia.
Smallpox--Georgia.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

J. G. Jarell letter to Julius Caesar LeHardy, ms1397. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Material

Related materials available in this repository: Julius Caesar LeHardy papers.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
BoxFolder
11Letter, 1899 May 20