Public Health in Oregon: Discovering Historical Data



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A 1934 Public Health Survey titled Portland, Oregon, Part Two, By W. Cohen and R. L. Tegart, pages i-v and 1-165, and unnumbered (251 pages of digital scans). Information includes public health costs; vital statistics; communicable and venereal disease; civic and social organizations and ordinances; public health pamphlets; the Fourteenth Biennial Report of the State Board of Health of Oregon including Annual Reports 1929; Fifteenth Biennial Report of the State Board of Health of Oregon including Annual Reports 1931, pasted onto page 16.


Public Health


Oregon--Portland; Health Surveys; Communicable Diseases; Cause of Death; Disease; Preventive Medicine


Public Health Survey of the City of Portland Records; 2005-012



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Data includes appropriations; budget dollars; city and county budget and expenditures; collection of vital statistics; vital statistics: age distribution, nativity, population, ethnicity (color), deaths and causes of death, ages of descendants, births, national birth and death statistics, infection rates; venereal and communicable disease prevention; tuberculosis information; laboratory examinations; suggestions.

Public Health Survey, Portland, Oregon, 1934

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