A public health survey by a student named Frederic E. Templeton for Newberg, Oregon from 1925-1930. Includes information regarding geographic location; history of the settlement; Native Indian populations; civic health organizations; control of communicable and venereal disease; general sanitation; control of water, sewage, milk, and foodstuffs; control of public-use spaces; industry; and suggested changes.
Oregon--Newberg; Health Surveys; Vital Statistics; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Sanitation; Water-supply; Food adulteration and inspection; Death Certificates; Public Health Nursing; Sanitary engineering; Research Report
Public Health Survey Records; 2004-025
Description of Data Content
Data consists of census statistics: population; nativity; industry; taxable revenue and expenditures; births; deaths, cause of death, and age at death; and communicable and venereal disease. Additional data includes sanitation of water, dairy, foodstuffs, and public-use spaces; and industry.
Templeton, Frederic E., "Public Health Survey, Newberg, Oregon, 1930" (1930). Public Health in Oregon: Discovering Historical Data. 53.