A public health survey by a student named Thelma Perozzi for Jackson County, Oregon, 1932-1933. Includes information regarding historical development; civic and non-affiliated organization and function; vital statistics; control of venereal and communicable disease; control of sanitation, dairy, water, and garbage; recommendations. Pages 44, 46 contain unscanned reverse sides of documents because of the way in which they were glued.
Oregon--Jackson; Oregon--Medford; Oregon--Ashland; Oregon--Central Point; Oregon--Jacksonville; Oregon--Eagle Point; Oregon--Talent; Oregon--Gold Hill; Oregon--Shady Cove; Oregon--Applegate; Oregon--Rogue River; Oregon--Phoenix; Oregon--Butte Falls; Oregon--Prospect; Oregon--Sams Valley; Oregon--Lake Creek (Lane County); Oregon--Rock Point; Oregon--Buncom; Oregon--Union Creek; Health Surveys; Vital Statistics; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Public Health Nursing; Sanitation; Water-supply; Sanitary engineering; Research Report; Medical colleges
Public Health Survey Records; 2004-025
Description of Data Content
Data includes first settlers; medical history; descriptive data; organization and function of health department and non-affiliated organizations, including budget, expenses, duties, and schedules; vital statistics: births, deaths and causes of death, communicable disease, immunizations and vaccinations, venereal disease; community health survey; sanitation of schools, private homes, public-use spaces, and industrial areas; sanitation of water, sewage, and milk; disposal of sewage and garbage; laboratory services; health department statistics; recommendations.
Perozzi, Thelma, "Public Health Survey, Jackson County, Oregon, 1933" (1933). Public Health in Oregon: Discovering Historical Data. 70.