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Compilation of Periodical Literature: Health and Human Services Cluster

Record Groups 47, 88, 90, 215, 235, 292, 363, 381, 439, 440, 443, 468, 510, 511, 512, 513, 514

  1. Adams, Margaret O. "Electronic Records at the National Archives: Resources for Women's Studies". NWSA Journal 2, no.2 (Spring 1990): 269-272.

  2. Allyn, Nancy E. "Uncle Sam Speaks: Broadsides and Posters from the National Archives". Prologue 17, no.4 (Winter 1985): 259-263.

  3. Bailey, Martha J. and Nicholas J. Duquette. "How Johnson Fought the War on Poverty: The Economics and Politics of Funding at the Office of Economic Opportunity". Journal of Economic History 74, no.23 (June 2014): 351-388.

  4. Barde, Robert, William Greene, and Daniel Nealand. "The Ears Have It: A Web Search Tool for Investigation Case Files from the Chinese Exclusion Era". Prologue 35, no.3 (Fall 2003): 40-45.
    Online version

  5. Barney, Sandra Lee. "Maternalism and the Promotion of Scientific Medicine during the Industrial Transformation of Appalachia, 1880-1930". NWSA Journal 11, no.3 (Fall 1999): 68-92.

  6. Battaglia, Emily and Faizaan Kisat. "Malaria, Race, and Inequality: Evidence from the Early 1900s U.S. South". Journal of Economic History 81, no.4 (December 2021): 1173-1222.

  7. Baynton, Douglas C. "Defectives in the Land: Disability and American Immigration Policy, 1882-1924". Journal of American Ethnic History 24, no.3 (Spring 2005): 31-44.

  8. Bentley, Amy. "Wages of War: The Shifting Landscape of Race and Gender in World War II Baltimore". Maryland Historical Magazine 88, no.4 (Winter 1993): 420-443.

  9. Berkowitz, Edward D. "The First Social Security Crisis". Prologue 15, no.3 (Fall 1983): 133-150.

  10. Berkowitz, Edward D. "The Historian as Policy Analyst: The Challenge of HEW". Public Historian 1, no.3 (Spring 1979): 17-25.

  11. Berkowitz, Edward D. and Kim McQuaid. "Businessman and Bureaucrat: The Evolution of the American Social Welfare System, 1900-1940". Journal of Economic History 38, no.1 (March 1978): 120-142.

  12. Berkowitz, Edward D. and Wendy Wolff. "Disability Insurance and the Limits of American History". Public Historian 8, no.2 (Spring 1986): 65-82.

  13. Boyce, Angie M. "'When Does It Stop Being Peanut Butter?' FDA Food Standards of Identity, Ruth Desmond, and the Shifting Politics of Consumer Activism, 1960s-1970s". Technology and Culture 57, no.1 (January 2016): 54-79.

  14. Braff, Paul. "Moving From the National Negro Health Week to the National Public Health Week in the United States". American Journal of Public Health 110, no.4 (April 2020): 470-477.

  15. Breen, Casey F. and Joshua R. Goldstein. "Berkeley Unified Numident Mortality Database: Public Administrative Records for Individual-Level Mortality Research". Demographic Research 47 (July-December 2022): 111-142.

  16. Brown, D. Clayton. "Health of Farm Children in the South, 1900-1950". Agricultural History 53, no.1 (January 1979): 170-187.

  17. Burger, Barbara Lewis. "American Images: Photographs and Posters in the Still Picture Branch". Prologue 22, no.4 (Winter 1990): 353-368.
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  18. Burrows, Vanessa and Barbara Berney. "Creating Equal Health Opportunity: How the Medical Civil Rights Movement and the Johnson Administration Desegregated U.S. Hospitals". Journal of American History 105, no.4 (March 2019): 885-911.
    RG047/LBJ Library

  19. Bustard, Bruce I. "Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives". Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 67-73.

  20. Bustard, Bruce I. "Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives". Prologue 32, no.2 (Summer 2000): 114-121.
    RG016/RG083/RG086/RG090/RG115/RG165/RG208/RG306/LBJ Library

  21. Bustard, Bruce. "Spirited Republic: Alcohol's Evolving Role in U.S. History". Prologue 46, no.4 (Winter 2014): 14-22.
    Online version
    RG045/RG054/RG058/RG092/RG241/RG306/RG511/GRF Library

  22. Carpenter, Daniel, and Dominique A. Tobbell. "Bioequivalence: The Regulatory Career of a Pharmaceutical Concept". Bulletin of the History of Medicine 85, no.1 (Spring 2011): 93-131.

  23. Casner, Nicholas. "Angler Activist: Kenneth Reid, the Izaak Walton League, and the Crusade for Federal Water Pollution Control". Pennsylvania History 66, no.4 (Autumn 1999): 535-553.

  24. Chapin, Christy Ford. "Business Interests and the Shape of the U.S. Welfare State: From the Insurance Company Model to Comprehensive Reform". Studies in American Political Development 33, no.1 (April 2019): 4-16.

  25. Chapin, Christy Ford. "The Politics of Corporate Social Responsibility in American Health Care and Home Loans". Business History Review 90, no.4 (Winter 2016): 647-670.

  26. Clayson, William. "'The Barrios and the Ghettos Have Organized!': Community Action, Political Acrimony, and the War on Poverty in San Antonio". Journal of Urban History 28, no.2 (January 2002): 158-183.
    RG381/LBJ Library

  27. Clive, Alan. "Women Workers in World War II: Michigan as a Test Case". Labor History 20, no.1 (Winter 1979): 44-72.

  28. Cobb, Daniel M. "'Us Indians Understand the Basics': Oklahoma Indians and the Politics of Community Action, 1964-1970". Western Historical Quarterly 33, no.1 (Spring 2002): 41-66.

  29. Cobb, Daniel M. "Devils in Disguise: The Carnegie Project, the Cherokee Nation, and the 1960s". AIQ: American Indian Quarterly 31, no.3 (2007): 465-490.

  30. Colbrook, Stephen. "Why Pandemics Matter in the History of the State Department". Modern American History 43, no.3 (November 2021): 315-333.
    RG090/DDE Library

  31. Colgrove, James. "'Science in a Democracy': The Contested Status of Vaccination in the Progressive Era and the 1920s". Isis 96, no.2 (June 2005): 167-191.

  32. Connelly, Patrick. "The Fate of Mali Kaltman: The Value of Immigration Records and Genealogy". Prologue 47, no.4 (Winter 2015): 48-54.
    Online version

  33. Cooper, Dale E. "Adequate Controls for New Drugs: Good Manufacturing Practice and the 1938 Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act". Pharmacy in History 44, no.1 (2002): 12-23.

  34. Cooper, Dale. "The Licensing of German Drug Patents Confiscated During World War I: Federal and Private Efforts to Maintain Control, Promote Production, and Protect Public Health". Pharmacy in History 54, no.1 (2012): 3-32.

  35. Cooper, Dale. "The Trading with the Enemy Act of 1917 and Synthetic Drugs: Relieving Scarcity, Controlling Prices, and Establishing Pre-Marketing Licensing Controls". Pharmacy in History 47, no.2 (2005): 47-61.

  36. Cooper, Dale. "Why Campbell Crossed the Street: Consumers' Research Attempts to Instigate a Purge of the FDA". Pharmacy in History 49, no.2 (2007): 43-60.
    RG088/FDR Library

  37. Craig, Tracey Linton. "Afro-American History". History News 38, no.2 (February 1983): 9-17.

  38. Cueto, Marcos. "Sanitation from Above: Yellow Fever and Foreign Intervention in Peru, 1919-1922". Hispanic American Historical Review 72, no.1 (February 1992): 1-22.

  39. Culley, John Joel. "A Troublesome Presence: World War II Internment of German Sailors in New Mexico". Prologue 28, no.4 (Winter 1996): 278-295.

  40. Cunningham, Jamein P. and Rob Gillezeau. "The Effects of the Neighborhood Legal Services Program on Riots and the Wealth of African Americans". RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 4, no.6 (September 2018): 144-157.

  41. Davis, Robert S. "Escape from Andersonville: A Study in Isolation and Imprisonment". Journal of Military History 67, no.4 (October 2003): 1065-1081.

  42. Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. "The Curious Civil War Career of James George Brown, Spy". Prologue 26, no.1 (Spring 1994): 16-31.

  43. de Jong, Greta. "Staying in Place: Black Migration, the Civil Rights Movement, and the War on Poverty in the Rural South". Journal of African American History 90, no.4 (Fall 2005): 387-409.

  44. Derickson, Alan. "'On the Dump Heap': Employee Medical Screening in the Tri-State Zinc-Lead Industry, 1924-1932". Business History Review 62, no.4 (Winter 1988): 656-677.

  45. Derickson, Alan. "Health Security for All? Social Unionism and Universal Health Insurance, 1935-1958". Journal of American History 80, no.4 (March 1994): 1333-1356.

  46. Derickson, Alan. "Physiological Science and Scientific Management in the Progressive Era: Frederic S. Lee and the Committee on Industrial Fatigue". Business History Review 68, no.4 (Winter 1994): 483-514.

  47. Dewey, Scott H. "The Fickle Finger of Phosphate: Central Florida Air Pollution and the Failure of Environmental Policy, 1957-1970". Journal of Southern History 65, no.3 (August 1999): 565-603.

  48. Dewey, Scott. "Working for the Environment: Organized Labor and the Origins of Environmentalism in the United States, 1948-1970". Environmental History 3, no.1 (January 1998): 45-63.

  49. Ellis, Mark. "T.J. Woofter Jr. and Government Social Science Research during the New Deal, World War II, and the Cold War". Journal of Policy History 32, no.3 (2020): 241-272.

  50. Erkulwater, Jennifer L. "Constructive Welfare: The Social Security Act, the Blind, and the Origins of Political Identity among People with Disabilities, 1935-1950". Studies in American Political Development 33, no.1 (April 2019): 110-138.

  51. Fagan, Michele L. "Nebraska Nursing Education during World War II". Nebraska History 73, no.3 (Fall 1992): 126-137.

  52. Fairchild, Amy L. "Policies of Inclusion: Immigrants, Disease, Dependency, and American Immigration Policy at the Dawn and Dusk of the 20th Century". American Journal of Public Health 94, no.4 (April 2004): 528-540.

  53. Fiset, Louis. "Medical Care for Interned Enemy Aliens: A Role for the U.S. Public Health Service in World War II". American Journal of Public Health 93, no.10 (October 2003): 1644-1654.

  54. Fox, Cybelle. "'The Line Must Be Drawn Somewhere': The Rise of Legal Status Restrictions in State Welfare Policy in the 1970s". Studies in American Political Development 33, no.2 (October 2019): 275-304.
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  55. Fox, Cybelle. "Unauthorized Welfare: The Origins of Immigrant Status Restrictions in American Social Policy". Journal of American History 102, no.4 (March 2016): 1051-1074.
    RG174/RG235/RG363/FDR Library

  56. Frolich, Xaq. "Making Food Standard: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Food Standards of Identity, 1930s-1960s". Business History Review 96, no.1 (Spring 2022): 145-176.

  57. Geltzer, Anna. "In a Distorted Mirror: The Cold War and U.S.-Soviet Biomedical Cooperation and (Mis)understanding, 1956-1977". Journal of Cold War Studies 14, no.3 (Summer 2012): 39-63.

  58. Germany, Kent B. "The Politics of Poverty and History: Racial Inequality and the Long Prelude to Katrina". Journal of American History 94, no.3 (December 2007): 343-751.
    RG381/LBJ Library

  59. Gibson, Abraham H. "American Gibraltar: Key West during World War II". Florida Historical Quarterly 90, no.4 (Spring 2012): 393-425.
    RG212/RG215/FDR Library

  60. Graebner, William. "Ethyl in Manhattan: A Note on the Science and Politics of Lead Gasoline". New York History 67, no.4 (October 1986): 436-443.

  61. Greene, Jeremy A., Victor Braitberg, and Gabriella Maya Bernadett. "Innovation on the Reservation: Information Technology and Health Systems Research among the Papago Tribe of Arizona, 1965-1980". Isis 111, no.3 (September 2020): 443-470.

  62. Hacker, Jacob S. and Paul Pierson. "Varieties of Capitalist Interests and Capitalist Power: A Response to Swenson". Studies in American Political Development 18, no.2 (Fall 2004): 186-196.

  63. Harrison, Robert. "From Biracial Democracy to Direct Rule: The End of Self-Government in the Nation's Capital, 1865-1878". Journal of Policy History 18, no.2 (2006): 241-269.

  64. Hegarty, Marilyn E. "Patriot or Prostitute?; Sexual Discourses, Print Media, and American Women during World War II". Journal of Women's History 10, no.2 (Summer 1998): 112-137.

  65. High, Jack and Clayton A. Coppin. "Wiley and the Whiskey Industry: Strategic Behavior in the Passage of the Pure Food Act". Business History Review 62, no.2 (Summer 1988): 286-309.

  66. Hisano, Ai. "The Rise of Synthetic Colors in the American Food Industry, 1870-1940". Business History Review 90, no.3 (Autumn 2016): 483-504.

  67. Hisano, Al. "Eye Appeal is Buy Appeal". Technology and Culture 64, no.4 (October 2023): 1235-1247.

  68. Hochheiser, Sheldon. "The Evolution of U. S. Food Color Standards, 1913-1919". Agricultural History 55, no.4 (October 1981): 385-391.

  69. Holan, Mark. "'Born at Sea': Ireland's Famine Children". Prologue 49, no.4 (Winter 2017-18): 64-69.
    Online version

  70. Holley, Donald. "Carl E. Bailey, the Merit System and Arkansas Politics, 1936-1939". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 45, no.4 (Winter 1986): 291-320.

  71. Hopkins, June. "The Road Not Taken: Harry Hopkins and New Deal Work Relief". Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 306-316.
    RG047/FDR Library

  72. Howard, Christopher. "Workers' Compensation, Federalism, and the Heavy Hand of History". Studies in American Political Development 16, no.1 (April 2002): 28-47.

  73. Howard, Patricia Brake. "Tennessee in War and Peace: The Impact of World War II on State Economic Trends". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 51, no.1 (Spring 1992): 51-65.

  74. Humphreys, Margaret. "Kicking a Dying Dog: DDT and the Demise of Malaria in the American South, 1942-1950". Isis 87, no.1 (March 1996): 1-17.

  75. Jensen, Jill. "From Geneva to the Americas: The International Labor Organization and Inter-American Social Security Standards, 1936-1948". International Labor and Working Class History 80, no.1 (Fall 2011): 215-240.
    RG047/RG086/RG353/FDR Library

  76. Jensen, John Odin. "Hospitals and Mariners: A Study in Great Lakes Maritime History". American Neptune 57, no.1 (Winter 1997): 47-63.

  77. Johnson, Marilynn S. "Urban Arsenals: War Housing and Social Change in Richmond and Oakland, California, 1941-1945". Pacific Historical Review 60, no.3 (August 1991): 283-308.

  78. Jou, Chin. "Contesting Nativism: The New York Congressional Delegation's Case against the Immigration Act of 1924". Federal History 3 (January 2011): 66-79.

  79. Junod, Suzanne White. "Alternative Drugs: Homeopathy, Royal Copeland, and Federal Drug Regulation". Pharmacy in History 42, no.1/2 (2000): 13-35.

  80. Junod, Suzanne. "'Women's Trials': The Approval of the First Oral Contraceptive Pill in the United States and Great Britain". Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 57, no.2 (April 2002): 117-160.
    RG088/LBJ Library

  81. Kamps, Alice. "What's Cooking, Uncle Sam?". Prologue 43, no.2 (Summer 2011): 6-13.
    Online version
    RG016/RG044/RG054/RG088/RG136/RG241/LBJ Library

  82. Kay, Gwen. "Healthy Public Relations: The FDA's 1930s Legislative Campaign". Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75 (2001): 446-487.
    RG088/FDR Library

  83. Kehoe, Terence. "'You Alone Have the Answer': Lake Erie and Federal Water Pollution Control Policy, 1960-1972". Journal of Policy History 8, no.4 (1996): 440-4469.
    RG090/RG235/RG382/JFK Library

  84. Kerr-Tener, Janet. "Eisenhower and Federal Aid to Higher Education". Presidential Studies Quarterly 17, no.3 (Summer 1987): 473-485.
    RG235/DDE Library/HST Library/JFK Library

  85. Klein, Jennifer. "The Business of Health Security: Employee Health Benefits, Commercial Insurers, and the Reconstruction of Welfare Capitalism, 1945-1960". International Labor and Working Class History 58 (Fall 2000): 293-313.

  86. Klein, Jennifer. "The Politics of Economic Security: Employee Benefits and the Privatization of New Deal Liberalism". Journal of Policy History 16, no.1 (2004): 34-65.

  87. Koch, Ellen B. "In the Image of Science? Negotiating the Development of Diagnostic Ultrasound in the Cultures of Surgery and Radiology". Technology and Culture 34, no.4 (October 1993): 858-893.

  88. Kooijman, Jaap. "Soon or Later On: Franklin D. Roosevelt and National Health Insurance, 1933-1945". Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 336-350.
    RG047/FDR Library

  89. Kotlowski, Dean J. "Breaching the Paper Walls: Paul V. McNutt and Jewish Refugees to the Philippines, 1938-1939". Diplomatic History 33, no.5 (November 2009): 865-896.
    RG059/RG126/RG235/RG350/FDR Library/HST Library/DDE Library

  90. Kotlowski, Dean. "Independence or Not? Paul V. McNutt, Manuel L. Quezon, and the Re-examination of Philippine Independence, 1937-9". International History Review 32, no.3 (September 2010): 501-531.
    RG059/RG126/RG235/FDR Library/HST Library/DDE Library

  91. Kraut, Alan M. "Silent Travelers: Germs, Genes, and American Efficiency, 1890-1924". Social Science History 12, no.4 (Winter 1988): 377-394.

  92. LaMotta, Greg. "Electronic Records in the National Archives Relating to the History of Agriculture and Rural America". Agricultural History 70, no.2 (Spring 1996): 439-448.

  93. Langston, Nancy. "The Retreat from Precaution: Regulating Diethylstilbestrol (DES), Endocrine Disruptors, and Environmental Health". Environmental History 13, no.1 (January 2008): 41-65.

  94. Larochelle, Ryan. "Reassessing the History of the Community Action Program, 1963-1967". Journal of Policy History 31, no.1 (2019): 126-164.
    RG381/LBJ Library

  95. Manela, Erez. "A Pox on Your Narrative: Writing Disease Control into Cold War History". Diplomatic History 34, no.2 (April 2010): 299-323.

  96. Markel, Howard. "'The Eyes Have It': Trachoma, the Perception of the Disease, the United States Public Health Service, and the American Jewish Immigration Experience, 1897-1924". Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, no.3 (Fall 2000): 525-560.

  97. Markowitz, Gerald and David Rosner. "'The Street of Walking Death': Silicosis, Health, and Labor in the Tri-State Region, 1900-1950". Journal of American History 77, no.2 (September 1990): 525-552.

  98. Marten, James. "Exempt from the Ordinary Rules of Life: Researching Postwar Adjustment Problems of Union Veterans". Civil War History 47, no.1 (March 2001): 57-70.

  99. Marten, James. "Out at the Soldiers Home: Union Veterans and Alcohol at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers". Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 304-313.

  100. Mayne, Alan. "Guardians at the Gate: Quarantine and Racialism in Two Pacific Rim Port Cities, 1870-1914". Urban History 35, no.2 (August 2008): 255-274.

  101. McCoyer, Michael. "'Rough Mens' in 'the Toughest Places I Ever Seen': The Construction and Ramifications of Black Masculine Identity in the Mississippi Delta's Levee Camps, 1900-1935". International Labor and Working Class History 69, no.1 (March 2006): 57-80.

  102. McCray, Patrick. "Project Vista, Caltech, and the Dilemmas of Lee DuBridge". Historical Studies in the Physical and and Biological Sciences 34, no.2 (March 2004): 339-369.

  103. McNatt, Missy. "Child's Letter to President John F. Kennedy about Physical Fitness". Social Education 73, no.1 (January/February 2009): 10-14.

  104. Mettler, Suzanne. "The Stratification of Social Citizenship: Gender and Federalism in the Formation of Old Age Insurance and Aid to Dependent Children". Journal of Policy History 11, no.1 (1999): 31-58.

  105. Meyer, Leisa D. "Creating G.I. Jane: The Regulation of Sexuality and Sexual Behavior in the Women's Army Corps during World War II". Feminist Studies 18, no.3 (Fall 1992): 581-601.

  106. Michelmore, Molly C. "'What Have You Done For Me Lately?" The Welfare State, Tax Politics, and the Search for a New Majority, 1968-1980". Journal of Policy History 24, no.4 (2012): 709-740.
    RG031/RG046/RG235/LBJ Library/RMN Library

  107. Milligan, Joy. "Remembering: The Constitution and Federally Funded Apartheid". University of Chicago Law Review 89, no.1 (January 2022): 65-156.

  108. Morris, Andrew. "The Voluntary Sector's War on Poverty". Journal of Policy History 16, no.4 (2004): 275-305.

  109. Natale, Valerie. "Angel Island: 'Guardian of the Western Gate'". Prologue 30, no.2 (Summer 1998): 124-135.

  110. Parascandola, John. "John Mahoney and the Introduction of Penicillin to Treat Syphilis". Pharmacy in History 43, no.1 (2001): 3-13.

  111. Parascandola, John. "Quarantining Women: Venereal Disease Rapid Treatment Centers in World War II America". Bulletin of the History of Medicine 83, no.3 (Fall 2009): 431-459.

  112. Parascandola, John. "The Beginnings of Pharmacology in the Federal Government". Pharmacy in History 30, no.4 (1988): 179-187.

  113. Park, Hyung Wook. "Longevity, Aging, and Caloric Restriction: Clive Maine McCay and the Construction of a Multidisciplinary Research Program". Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 40, no.1 (Winter 2010): 79-124.

  114. Patel, Sejal S. "Methods and Management: NIH Administrators, Federal Oversight, and the Framingham Heart Study". Bulletin of the History of Medicine 86, no.1 (Spring 2012): 94-121.

  115. Patel, Sejal. "The Benevolent Tyranny of Biostatistics: Public Administration and the Promotion of Biostatistics at the National Institutes of Health, 1946-1970". Bulletin of the History of Medicine 87, no.4 (Winter 2013): 622-647.

  116. Pivar, David J. "Cleansing the Nation: The War on Prostitution, 1917-21". Prologue 12, no.1 (Spring 1980): 28-40.

  117. Potter, Constance. "New Questions in the 1940 Census". Prologue 42, no.4 (Winter 2010): 46-52.
    Online version

  118. Rasmussen, Nicolas. "Controlling 'America's Opium': Barbiturate Use, Pharmaceutical Regulation, and the Politics of Public Health in the Early Postwar United States". Journal of Policy History 29, no.4 (2017): 543-568.
    RG088/RG170/HST Library

  119. Ray, Joyce. "Documenting Workers and Health: Federal Sources". Labor's Heritage 3, no.2 (April 1991): 66-77.
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  120. Reed, Maribeth Meixner. "Describing the Life Cycle of U.S. Marine Hospital #17, Port Townsend, Washington, 1855-1933". Military Medicine 170, no.4 (April 2005): 259-267.

  121. Risse, Guenter B. "'A Long Pull, a Strong Pull, and All Together': San Francisco and Bubonic Plague, 1907-1908". Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, no.2 (Summer 1992): 260-286.

  122. Risse, Guenter B. "Translating Western Modernity: The First Chinese Hospital in America". Bulletin of the History of Medicine 85, no.3 (Fall 2011): 413-447.

  123. Rosner, David and Gerald Markowitz. "Research or Advocacy: Federal Occupational Safety and Health Policies during the New Deal". Journal of Social History 18, no.3 (Spring 1985): 365-381.

  124. Sakovich, Maria. "When the 'Enemy' Landed at Angel Island". Prologue 41, no.2 (Summer 2009): 26-33.
    Online version

  125. Schrag, Zachary M. "How Talking Became Human Subjects Research: The Federal Regulation of the Social Sciences, 1965-1991". Journal of Policy History 21, no.1 (2009): 3-37.

  126. Scott, Craig Roberts. "Medical Holdings in the National Archives: Patient Records prior to World War II". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 82, no.2 (June 1994): 114-130.

  127. Sinclair, Heather M. "White Plague, Mexican Menace: Migration, Race, Class, and Gendered Contagion in El Paso, Texas, 1880-1930". Pacific Historical Review 85, no.4 (November 2016): 475-505.

  128. Sledge, Daniel. "War, Tropical Disease, and the Emergence of National Public Health Capacity in the United States". Studies in American Political Development 26, no.2 (October 2012): 125-162.

  129. Smith, Marian L. "'Any woman who is now or may hereafter be married...': Women and Naturalization, ca. 1802-1940". Prologue 30, no.2 (Summer 1998): 146-153.
    Online version

  130. Smith, Marian L. "The Creation and Destruction of Ellis Island Immigration Manifests". Prologue 28, no.3 (Fall 1996): 240-245.

  131. Smith, Susan L. "Neither Victim nor Villain: Nurse Eunice Rivers, the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment, and Public Health Work". Journal of Women's History 8, no.1 (Spring 1996): 95-114.

  132. Smith-Howard, Kendra. "Antibiotics and Agricultural Change: Purifying Milk and Protecting Health in the Postwar Era". Agricultural History 84, no.3 (Summer 2010): 327-351.

  133. Spiller, James. "Radiant Cuisine: The Commercial Fate of Food Irradiation in the United States". Technology and Culture 45, no.4 (October 2004): 740-763.
    RG088/RG326/RG335/RG338/LBJ Library

  134. Spinney, Robert G. "Municipal Government in Nashville, Tennessee, 1938-1951: World War II and the Growth of the Public Sector". Journal of Southern History 61, no.1 (February 1995): 77-112.

  135. Stark, Laura. "Victims in Our Own Minds? IRBs in Myth and Practice". Law & Society Review 41, no.4 (December 2007): 777-786.

  136. Stein-Roggenbuck, Susan. "Resisting a Right to Relief: States, Responsible Relative Laws, and Old Age Assistance". Journal of Policy History 30, no.3 (2018): 400-428.

  137. Stern, Alexandra Minna. "Buildings, Boundaries, and Blood: Medicalization and Nation-Building on the U.S.-Mexico Border, 1910-1930". Hispanic American Historical Review 79, no.1 (February 1999): 41-81.

  138. Sullivan, David M. "Marine Corps Justice in the Civil War, Part 1: Enlisted Marines". Military Collector & Historian 72, no.4 (Winter 2020): 331-351.

  139. Swann, John P. "Biomedical Research and Government Support: The Case of Drug Development". Pharmacy in History 31, no.3 (1989): 103-116.

  140. Swann, John P. "The 1941 Sulfathiazole Disaster and the Birth of Good Manufacturing Practices". Pharmacy in History 41, no.1 (1999): 16-25.

  141. Swerczek, Ronald E. "Records Relating to India in the Archives of the United States". Indian Archives 32, no.2 (July-December 1983): 15-26.
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  142. Talley, Colin L. "The Emergence of Multiple Sclerosis, 1870-1950: A Puzzle of Historical Epidemiology". Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 48, no.3 (Summer 2005): 383-395.

  143. Tani, Karen M. "States' Rights, Welfare Rights, and the 'Indian Problem': Negotiating Citizenship and Sovereignty, 1935-1954". Law and History Review 33, no.1 (February 2015): 1-40.

  144. Thomas, Karen Kruse. "The Hill-Burton Act and Civil Rights: Expanding Hospital Care for Black Southerners, 1939-1960". Journal of Southern History 72, no.4 (November 2006): 823-870.

  145. Torstensson, David. "Beyond the City: Lyndon Johnson's War on Poverty in Rural America". Journal of Policy History 25, no.4 (2013): 587-613.

  146. Ugland, Richard M. "Viewpoints and Morale of Urban High School Students during World War II - Indianapolis as a Case Study". Indiana Magazine of History 77, no.2 (June 1981): 150-178.

  147. Walter, John C. "Congressman Carl Vinson and Franklin D. Roosevelt: Naval Preparedness and the Coming of World War II, 1932-40". Georgia Historical Quarterly 64, no.3 (Fall 1980): 294-305.
    RG051/RG080/RG090/FDR Library

  148. Warner, Margaret. "Local Control versus National Interest: The Debate over Southern Public Health, 1878-1884". Journal of Southern History 50, no.3 (August 1984): 407-428.

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