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FRANK PAULS (1914-2001). Papers; 1909-1998. 5.5 cu. ft.

Frank P. Pauls was born in San Jose, California, in 1914. He received degrees from Marin Junior College (A.A., 1934), University of California, Berkeley (B.A., 1937), Harvard University School of Public Health (M.S., 1949), and the University of North Carolina, School of Public Health (M.P.H., 1965; Doctor of Public Health, 1966). He began his career as a public health microbiologist and administrator at the Department of Epidemiology, California State Department of Health, in 1937. In 1938, Pauls moved to Juneau, where he worked for the Division of Public Health Laboratories, Alaska Department of Health. In 1940, he established the Regional Public Health Laboratory in Anchorage, where he served as Microbiologist-In-Charge, with various leaves of absence, until 1963. Pauls married Adelheid Guenther in Anchorage in 1941. He was an officer in the U.S. Army Sanitation Corps (1943-1947), and the Medical Service Corps, U.S. Army Reserve (1947-1968), as well as a laboratory advisor for the World Health Organization in Iran (1957-1959). After receiving his doctorate in 1966, Pauls went to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to be Assistant Director, State Laboratory of Hygiene, and Professor of Preventive Medicine in the School of Medicine. During his time in Wisconsin, Pauls, an expert in blood serology, conducted blood studies of Alaskan Eskimo communities with the International Biological Program (1967-1971). In 1970, he returned to Alaska as Chief, Section of Laboratories, Division of Public Health, in Juneau, as well as division director for one year. Pauls retired from the Alaska Department of Health in 1979, remaining active in professional organizations, including the Alaska Public Health Association and the American Society for Circumpolar Health. He also helped draft the National Arctic Health Policy (1984) as a member of the American Public Health Association Task Force. Dr. Frank Pauls died in Anchorage in 2001.

The collection consists of the papers of Dr. Frank Pauls, which primarily document his career as a public health microbiologist and administrator in Alaska. The collection is divided into fifteen series: biographical materials; education; public health studies; articles and papers; U.S. Army service; World Health Organization laboratory advisor in Iran; Alaska Department of Health; Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene; conferences, symposia, and other events; organizations; health related publications and drafts; photographs and transparencies; audiocassette tapes; and lapel pins. The public health studies include those on the distribution of blood groups in populations in Western Alaska, enteric diseases in Alaska, Eskimo blood studies for the International Biological Program in Alaska, and Frank Pauls' doctoral dissertation and research concerning strains of Herpesvirus hominis. All names of human subjects in health studies data and medical records in the collection have been removed.

The collection was presented to the archives by Dr. Frank Pauls in 2000.

HMC-0489
JAS (11/2001)

INVENTORY

SERIES LIST

Note: All names of human subjects in health studies data and medical records have been removed from this collection.

Series 1. Biographical Materials; 1909-1979 .1 cu. ft.

Series 2. Education; 1936-1966. .2 cu. ft.
This series consists of materials relating to Frank Pauls' education at the University of California-Berkeley (1934-1937), the Harvard School of Public Health (1947-1949), and the School of Public Health, University of North Carolina (1963-1966). Pauls' doctoral dissertation and related files are located in Subseries 3d.

Series 3. Public Health Studies; 1951-1982. 1.1 cu. ft.

Subseries 3a. Distribution of Blood Groups Among the Eskimos, Indians, and Whites of Western Alaska; 1951-1953.
This subseries consists of papers and data used in producing Frank Pauls' article with the above title published in the American Journal of Human Genetics in September 1953.

Subseries 3b. Enteric Diseases in Alaska; 1940-1956.
This subseries consists of papers and data used in producing Frank Pauls' article with the above title published in Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America in October 1953. These files include original correspondence and data concerning outbreaks of typhoid in Anchorage, Fairbanks, the Golovin-Elim area, Kotzebue, the Kuskokwim River area, Minto, and Nushagak Bay. There are also files for dysentery outbreaks in Unalaska and Wasilla, as well as one for gastro-enteritis cases at Whittier.

Subseries 3c. International Biological Program: Eskimo Blood Studies; 1968-1973.
This subseries consists of Frank Pauls' files relating to blood studies he conducted with the International Biological Program (IBP), created by the International Union of Scientific Unions in 1964 to study human populations, animals, and the environment. Frank Pauls, assistant director of the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene and an expert in serum epidemiology, worked with other University of Wisconsin scientists in studying Inupiat populations in Alaska. Those scientists included anthropologists William S. Laughlin and Frederick Milan, preventive medicine professor Wayne H. Thompson, and anthropometry specialist and graduate student, Paul Jamison. The IBP scientists studied Alaska Native populations in Wainwright (1968-1969), Point Hope, (1970), and Barrow (1971). The files include original blood study data for those populations.

Subseries 3d. A Serology Study of the Antigenic Relationships of Strains of Herpesvirus Hominis; 1958-1982 (Frank Pauls' 1966 Doctoral Dissertation, University of North Carolina, and related materials).

Series 4. Articles and Papers by Frank Pauls and Related Materials; 1951-1971. .1 cu ft.

Series 5. Subject Files (Arranged Chronologically); 1949-1990. .55 cu. ft.
This series consists primarily of journal articles on diseases and other public heath issues.

Series 6. U. S. Army Career; 1942-1963. .1 cu. ft.
This series consists of materials from Frank Pauls' service as an officer in the United States Army, Sanitary Corps (1943-1947), and United States Army Reserve, Medical Service Corps (1947-1968). Included are his military personal file (1942-1945), a file concerning the 64th Field Hospital's Army Laboratory Project (1961-1963), special papers concerning diseases in Alaska (1952-1963), and papers from a chief surgeon's conference in 1962.

Series 7. World Health Organization: Public Health Laboratory Advisor in Iran; n.d., 1952-1964. .35 cu. ft.
This series consists of papers collected by Frank Pauls during his service with the World Health Organization as an advisor to the Minister of Health in Teheran, Iran (1957-1959). His objective during this time was to create a central public health laboratory to serve provincial laboratories as a diagnostic, reference, and training center comparable to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia. Types of papers found in this series include biographical articles and other personal items, correspondence, reports, agreements, planning documents, procedures, and other assorted reference materials.

Series 8. Alaska Department of Health Career (Arranged Chronologically); 1939-1993. .5 cu. ft.
This series consists of papers from Frank Paul's career with the Alaska Department of Health, Division of Public Health Laboratories (1938-1979), plus later papers concerning department of heath history and laboratory fee schedules. He held the positions of Microbiologist in Juneau (1938-1940); Microbiologist-in-Charge at the regional public health laboratory in Anchorage (1940-1943, 1947-1957, 1959-1963); and Chief, Section of Laboratories in Juneau (1969-1979). This series contains subject files on diseases, disease outbreaks, training and blood typing programs, budgets, facilities, laboratory reports, department history, and legislation. Also included are files related to Pauls' recruitment, leaves, and retirement.

Series 9. Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene Career; 1968-1971. .2 cu. ft.
This series consists of materials from Frank Pauls' career as assistant director of the State Laboratory of Hygiene, University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin (1966-1970). Paul was also a professor of preventative medicine in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine. This series includes files concerning a study and paper on pertussis, training programs, a bacteriology evaluation program, a study of salmonella in recreational waters, and an annual report for the state laboratory.

Series 10. Conferences, Symposia, and Other Events (Arranged Chronologically); 1951-1996. .9 cu. ft.
This series consists of materials from Frank Pauls' attendance and/or participation in professional conferences, symposia, congresses, workshops, meetings, seminars, courses, and lectures. Specific events include Alaska Science Conferences (1951, 1954, 1956, 1964, 1980, 1981) Alaska Health Congresses (1973, 1982, 1983), Symposia on Circumpolar Health (1981, 1984, 1987, 1990, 1993, 1996), Arctic Science Conferences (1988, 1990), the first organizational meeting of the Albrecht-Milan Foundation (1991), and the founding meeting of the Northern Forum (1991). Types of materials include correspondence, programs, announcements, abstract, proceedings, papers, reports, committee records, and notes.

Series 11. Organizations; 1955-1998. .5 cu. ft.
This series consists of Frank Pauls' files relating to his membership in professional organizations. These organizations include the American Society of Medical Technologists, the Alaska Public Health Association, the American Society for Circumpolar Health, and the International Union for Circumpolar Health. Pauls was also a member of the American Public Health Association Task Force, which authored the National Arctic Health Science Policy, published in 1984. His records from this policy task force include drafts, correspondence, reports, and research materials. Types of materials in these files include programs, correspondence, newsletters, board member records, and other organizational records.

Series 12. Health Related Publications and Drafts (Arranged Chronologically); 1938-1992. .5 cu. ft.
This series consists of publications collected by Frank Pauls during his career in the field of public health in Alaska. Publications of the Alaska Department of Health include: Alaska Health News (1938), Alaska's Health (1950-1970), annual reports (1947, 1949, 1966, 1967), and Public Health Progress in Alaska (1949). Of special note is a copy of Home Health Care of the Tuberculosis in Alaska, a photo-illustrated publication of the Alaska Native Service and the United States Indian Service from 1947, and a plan for the expansion of the Arctic Health Research Center in Anchorage (ca. 1957). Also included in this series is a master's thesis by Leda Milan from the University of Wisconsin entitled, Ethnohistory of Disease and Medical Care Among the Aleuts (1973), and a book manuscript by Karl R. Reinhard entitled, Public Health Investigations in the Communities of Saint Lawrence Island, Alaska, 1954 to 1960 (1992).

Series 13. Photographs and Transparencies; n.d., 1959-1976 (107 b&w prints; 6 color prints; 8 color transparencies; 3 b&w negatives; 12 color negatives). .15 cu. ft.
This series consists of photographic images from Frank Pauls' career in field of public health laboratories. The images concern his service with the Alaska Department of Health, the Medical Service Corps of the U.S. Army Reserve, the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, and the International Biological Program. Miscellaneous and unidentified photographs are also included.

Series 14. Audiocassette Tapes; 1990-1992 (5 audiocassettes, 90 minutes). .1 cu ft.
This series consists of three audio recordings. The first is an interview of Frank Pauls by Brian Saylor of the International Union for Circumpolar Health in April of 1990, concerning the history of public health facilities and programs in Alaska, including the Arctic Health Research Center in Anchorage. The second is the dedication ceremony for the Albrecht-Milan Foundation in July of 1991. The third is Frank Pauls' lecture on health problems in Alaska, delivered for a class at the University of Alaska Anchorage in March of 1992.

Series 15. Lapel Pins; n.d., 1990, 1996 (11 pins, 4 different). .1 cu. ft.
This series consists of four different lapel pins collected by Frank Pauls. Subjects of the pins include the alumni association of the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, the Alaska Red Cross, and the eighth and tenth International Congresses on Circumpolar Health, held in 1990 and 1996.



BOX AND FOLDER LIST

Note: All names of human subjects in health studies data and medical records in this collection have been removed.

Box 1

Series 1. Biographical Materials; n.d., 1909, 1934-1979, 1991.
1.
Biographical articles; n.d., 1950, 1951, 1955, 1956, 1962.
2. Personal items; 1909, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1942, 1954, 1960, 1964, 1965, 1972.
-German language post card; Aug. 16, 1909.
-Marin Junior College Big M Society membership certificate, Athletic Manager '32-33; Feb. 28, 1934.
-Photo post cards of group portraits of boy scouts and leaders at camp; 1936 (3 b&w prints, 3.5 X 5.5 inch).
-Letter to Frank Pauls from father; Oct. 21, 1937.
-Portion of a typed narrative of a McKinley National Park vacation; 1942 (4 pages).
-Viking Certificate, Scandinavian Airlines, received during Blood Transfusion Congress in Paris, France; Sep. 24, 1954.
-Letter from Frank Pauls to World Health Organization colleague Paul Ledermann; Feb. 21, 1960 (6 pages).
-Letter from Fred Mayes of Chapel Hill, North Carolina to friends and relatives; 20 April, 1936 (3 pages).
-Announcement of Seattle wedding of Catherine Elizabeth Pauls and David West Miler, Sunday Olympian, July 18, 1965 (clipping includes photo of bride).
-Officers and Members Roster, Pioneers of Alaska, Igloo No. 6 and Auxiliary No. 6, Juneau; 1972.
3. Marin County Public Health Unit Laboratory Equipment List for Year of 1937; Apr. 30, 1937.
4. Annoted Instuments for Reasearch and Industry 1979 Calendar for Scientists; 1979.
5. Kenai Bicentennial Celebration, Presents in Concert, Alaska Heritage A Cappella Choir, Inc., Michael Lekanoff, Sr., Director, Saturday September 14, 1991, Kenai Central High School Auditorium, Kenai, Alaska; 1991 (Concert Program; Frank Pauls was a member of the choir).
6. Health related newspaper clippings; n.d., 1954-1956.

Series 2. Education; 1936, 1947-1966.
Note: Frank Paul's doctoral dissertation from the School of Pubic Health, University of North Carolina, is located in Subseries 3d.

1. University of California-Berkeley: Hygiene 105, Public Health Administration term papers; April 1936.
2. Harvard School of Public Health: Documents; 1947-1948, 1954, 1956, 1967.
-Application for admission; Mar. 11, 1947.
-Letters of recommendation for admission; Mar.-May 1947.
-Names and Addresses of Students - Class of 1948.
-Clipping of group photo portrait of class and faculty 1947-1948.
-Harvard Public Health Alumni Bulletin; Nov. 1954.
-Letter from John E. Gordon, M.D., Professor of Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology, to Frank Pauls; Dec. 1, 1956.
-Annual Report to the Commission on Environmental Hygiene of the Armed Forces Epidemiology Board, For the Period: 1 March, 1956 to 28 February, 1957: Transmission of Intestinal Pathogens in Polar Climates, Arctic Intestinal Disease Studies; 1957 (41 pages).
3. School of Public Health, University of North Carolina: Development of Diagnostic and Research Laboratory Methods for Early Detection of Diptheria Cases and Carriers, by Frank P. Pauls, A report submitted to the Faculty of the School of Public Health in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Public Health in the Department of Parasitology; 1964 (39 pages).
4. University of Pubic Health, University of North Carolina: Student Directory - 1964-65 (13 pages).
5. School of Public Health, University of North Carolina: Review of the Fiscal Management of the Laboratory Division, North Carolina State Board of Health, by Frank Pauls; May 28, 1965 (public health laboratory administration paper, 20 pages).
6. School of Public Health, University of North Carolina: Notes; 1965-1966.
7. School of Public Health, University of North Carolina: Final Written Questions, Doctor of Public Health Degree; May 1965, June 1966 (Questions and answers from written comprehensive examinations, Department of Parasitology; includes clippings of laboratory management articles).

Series 3. Public Health Studies; 1951-1982.

Subseries 3a. Distribution of Blood Groups Among the Eskimos, Indians, and Whites of Western Alaska; 1951-1956.
1.
Blood Study Papers; 1951-1956.
-"Community Blood Grouping Programs in Urban and Rural Areas of Alaska 1948-1954"; By Frank P. Pauls (Regional Laboratory Director, Southcentral Regional Laboratory, Alaska Department of Health, Anchorage, Alaska); ca. 1955 (7 pages).
-"Review of Blood Factor Studies of the Eskimos and Indians of Western Alaska"; By Frank P. Pauls; Read before the First North American Conference of Medical Laboratory Technologists, Quebec, Canada; June 1956 (11 pages).
-"Blood Factor Studies of the Eskimos and Indians of Western Alaska. I"; By Frank P. Pauls, Betty B. Victors, and Marie W. Dodson; Presented before the Anthropology Section of the Alaska Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science at the Second Alaskan Science Conference in McKinley Park, September, 1951 (8 pages).
-"Blood Factor Studies of the Eskimos and Indians of Western Alaska. II"; By Frank P. Pauls, Assistant Director, Division of Public Health Laboratories, Alaska Department of Health, Anchorage, Alaska; Presented before the Anthropology Section of the Alaskan Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science at the Third Alaskan Science Conference in Mt. McKinley Park, September 24, 1952 (2 versions, 8 and 10 pages).
- "Distribution of Blood Groups Among the Eskimos, Indians, and Whites of Western Alaska"; By Frank P. Pauls, Betty B. Victors, and Marie W. Dodson; Reprint, American Journal of Human Genetics; Sep. 1953.
2. Native Blood Studies; 1950-1952.
-Native Blood Study from Hydaburg, Kake, Klawock, and Metlakatla; Aug. 25, 1952 (Memorandum and data).
-"Blood Groups of Eskimos"; By V. E. Lewis; 1952 (9 pages plus tables).
-Worksheets; 1950-1951.

Box 2

Subseries 3b. Enteric Diseases in Alaska; 1940-1956.
1.
Enteric Diseases in Alaska article: correspondence, published article, and drafts; 1952-1953.
-Correspondence; Sep. 1952-May 1953.
-"Enteric Diseases in Alaska"; By Frank P. Pauls; Reprint, Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America; Oct. 1953 (8 pages).
-Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America; Oct. 1953.
-"Enteric Diseases in Alaska"; By Frank P. Pauls, M.S., assistant director, Division of Public Health Laboratories, Alaska Department of Health; ca. 1952 (typescript draft, 6 pages).
-Table I: Outbreaks of Typhoid and Salmonellosis in Alaska and Adjacent Areas, 1896-1952 (draft, 2 pages).
-Table II: Outbreaks of Bacillary Dysentery and Shigellosis in Alaska, 1937-1951 (draft, 1 page).
-Bibliography; ca. 1952 (draft, 2 pages).
-Draft maps for Typhoid Fever, Paratyphoid Fever, and Bacilliary Dysentery in Alaska; ca. 1952 (2 different).
2. Enteric Diseases File; n.d., 1949-1956 (Reference articles, memoranda, data, and clippings).
- Reference table from unpublished paper: "Enteric Diseases and their Implications in Arctic Alaska"; By Ralph B. William and Amos J. Alter; n.d. (3 pages).
-"Summary of Salmonella and Shigella of Alaska"; By Ralph B. Williams, Juneau, Alaska; Reprint, Northwest Medicine; May 1950 (2 pages).
-"Food-Borne Typhoid Outbreak With Rapid Dissemination of Cases Through Air Transportation"; By Ralph B. Williams , Lloyd A. Morley, and Marie Kohlers, Juneau, Alaska; Reprint, Northwest Medicine; Oct. 1950.
-"An Epidemic of Typhoid Fever at Spenard, Alaska"; By William H. Gaub, M.P.H., Ph.D., Anchorage, Alaska; Reprint, The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine; June 1951.
-"Environmental Sanitation Problems in Alaska and Their Solution"; By E.K. Day; Reprint from Harvard Public Health Alumni Bulletin; Feb. 1952 (6 pages).
-"Science and Public Health Research in Alaska"; By Margaret Lantis, Ph. D.; Reprint from Public Health Reports; May 1953.
-"Ketchikan Laboratory Studies Disclose Gulls Are Implicated In Disease Spread"; Alaska's Health, Alaska Department of Health; Apr. 1954.
-"The Isolation of Enteric Pathogens from Humans and Dogs at Barrow, Alaska"; By L.C. Grumbles and John A. Mciolek; 1955 (6 and 5 page drafts).
-Memoranda; 1949-1951, 1954-1956.
-Clippings; 1949-1950.
3. Anchorage Typhoid; 1947 (Correspondence and laboratory data).
4. Anchorage Typhoid; 1950, 1953, 1954 (Memoranda, reports, laboratory data, and newspaper clippings).
5. Fairbanks Typhoid; 1940, 1941, 1945 (Telegrams and letters).
6. Golovin-Elim Typhoid: 1940-1941; 1940-1943 (Memoranda, letters, laboratory data, and newsletter article).
7. Kotzebue Typhoid; 1945 (Telegrams and notes).
8. Kuskokwim Area Typhoid; 1950-1952, 1954-1956 (Memoranda, letters, telegrams, and laboratory data, and newspaper clipping).
9. Minto Typhoid; 1950 (Letters, memoranda, and laboratory data).
10. Nushagak Bay Area Typhoid; 1942, 1950-1952 (Letters, memoranda, telegrams, and laboratory data).
11. Unalaska Dysentery; 1949-1950 (Telegram, memoranda, laboratory reports, and newspaper clippings).
12. Wasilla Bacillary Dysentery; 1950 (Letter).
13. Whittier Gastro-enteritis; 1954 (Memoranda, telegram, and laboratory data).

Subseries 3c. International Biological Program: Eskimo Blood Studies; 1968-1973.
1.
Equipment: Instructions and Correspondence; 1969-1970.
2. Synthesis Volume, Alaska Studies; n.d., 1961, 1970-1973 (Correspondence, articles, and notes).
"Gm Phenotypes and Genotypes in U.S. Whites and Negroes; in American Indians and Eskimos; in Africans; and in Micronesians"; By Arthur G. Steinberg, Rachel Stauffer, Baruch S. Blumberg, and Hugh Fudenberg; Reprint from American Journal of Human Genetics; June 1961.
-"A Demographic Study of an Eskimo Village on the North Slope of Alaska"; By Frederick A. Milan; Reprint from Arctic, Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America; June 1970.
-"Cytomegalovirus Complement-Fixation Antibody Responses in Eskimo Families"; By Shyamal K. Sinha and Frank P. Pauls; Reprint from Pediatrics; July 1971.
-"Lipid and Cholesterol Metabolism in Alaskan Arctic Eskimos"; By Sheldon A. Feldman, Kang-Jey Ho, Lena A. Lewis, Belma Mikkelson, and C. Bruce Taylor; Reprint from Archives of Pathology; July 1972.
-"Impact of Land Claims Settlement on Alaska Native Health"; Environmental Sciences Branch, Arctic Health Research Center, Bureau of Community Environmental Management, Health Services and Mental Health Administration, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, College, Alaska; 1971.
-"Social and Cultural Factors Influencing Communication Patterns in Rural Alaska"; Remarks by Walter A. Soboleff, Alaska Rural Development Council; Mar. 21-22, 1973.
-"A Biochemical Assessment of the Nutritional Status of the Eskimos of Wainwright, Alaska"; By H. E. Sauberlich, W. Goad, Y. F. Herman, F. Milan, and P. Jamison; n.d. (draft).
3. Alaska Eskimo Study: Wainwright - 1968; 1968-1969 (Correspondence, report, coding system, and study data).
4. Wainwright Project; 1968-1969 (Study data).
5. Boettcher - Serum Amylase; 1968-1970, 1973 (Article draft, study data, correspondence, and photographs; 26 b&w prints).
-"Salivary and Serum Amylase in Some Alaskan Eskimos"; By B. Boettcher and Frances de la Lande, School of Biological Sciences, The Flinders University of South Australia, Bedford Park; n.d. (Article draft).
-"Electrophoresis of Human Saliva and Identification of Inherited Variants of Amylase Isozymes; By B. Boettcher and Frances A. de la Lande; Reprint from The Australian Journal of Experimental Biology and Medical Science, Volume XLVII; 1969.
-"Electrophoretic Examination of Human Serum Amylase Isoenzymes"; By France A. de la Lande and B. Boettcher; Reprint from Enzymologia, Vol. 37, 5/6; 1969.
-Photographs of electrophoresis of sera from Wainwright Eskimos showing amylase isoenzymes; n.d. (26 b&w prints).
6. Vth International Symposium of Human Biology, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 1973; 1973 (Correspondence, list of participants, and international travel grant application).
7. Allen - Genetic Markers - Blood Types; 1968-1969 (Blood group data and correspondence).
-"Blood Groups of Wainwright Eskimos"; Blood collected by Frank Pauls in July 1968; Analysis carried out by Fred H. Allen, Jr. in Dec. 1969 (4 pages).
8. Field Techniques; n.d., 1968, 1972. (Articles and notes).
-"Liquid Nitrogen Preservation of Red Blood Cells for Transfusion: A Low-Glycerol - Rapid Freeze Procedure"; By Arthur W. Rowe and A. Kellner; Reprint from Cryobiology, Vol. 5, No. 2; 1968.
-"Long Term Preservation of Serum Specimens Collected in the Field for Epidemiological Studies of Biochemical Paraments"; By Ronald H. Laessig, Frank P. Pauls, and Thomas A. Schwartz; Health Laboratory Science; Jan. 1972.
9. Wainwright Study: Supply Lists, Protocols, etc.; 1968-1969.
- "The International Study of Eskimos"; By Frederick A. Milan; Reprint from, Arctic, Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America; Sep. 1968.
-The Wainwright Eskimo Study, F.A. Milan, 11 November 1968, Madison, Wisconsin (description of study, 6 pages).
-Epidemiological and Serum Study, Wainwright, Alaska, 1968, Summary Report; Mar. 19, 1969.
-Protocol for Collection and Handling of Wainwright Blood Specimens; n.d.

Box 3

10. Wainwright Study Correspondence; 1969-1972.
11. Publicity; 1967-1969 (Articles, newspaper clippings, etc.).
12. Eskimo Study Project, Barrow, Alaska, July 1971; Mar., July 1971 (Study data and letter).
13. Coding Directions and miscellaneous records; n.d., 1969-1972 (Wainwright and Barrow studies).
14. Wainwright Study Data; n.d., 1969-1971.
-"Serological and Clinical Chemistry Patterns of Wainwright Eskimos"; By Frank P. Pauls; n.d. (paper draft, 16 pages).
15. Point Hope Study Data; 1970.
16. Reference materials; 1962, 1968, 1970, 1972 (articles).

Subseries 3d. A Serology Study of the Antigenic Relationships of Strains of Herpesvirus Hominis; n.d., 1958, 1962, 1964-1969, 1982 (Frank Pauls' 1966 Doctoral Dissertation, University of North Carolina, and related materials).
1.
Doctoral Dissertation; 1965-1968 (final draft, 74 pages plus vita; prospectus of proposed research project, 25 pages; related journal articles; requests for reprints of articles; 6 b&w photographs; 3 color slides, 35mm; etc.).
-"A Serologic Study of Herpesvirus Hominis Strains by Microneutralization Tests"; By Frank P. Pauls and Walter R. Dowdle; Reprint from Journal of Immunology; May 1967 (3 copies).
-"Association of Antigenic Type of Herpesvirus Hominis with Site Viral Recovery"; By Walter R. Dowdle, Andre J. Nahmias, Rebecca W. Harwell, and Frank P. Pauls; Journal of Immunology, Vol. 99, No. 5, 1967.
2. Dissertation Abstract and Papers; n.d., 1966-1967.
-HerpesVirus Micro Neutralization Test; n.d. (19 pages).
-Antigenic Types of Herpesvirus Hominis; n.d. (19 pages).
3. Correspondence; 1964-1966.
4. Correspondence; 1967-1969.
5. Literature; n.d., 1958, 1962, 1964, 1968, 1969, 1982 (Journal articles and clippings).

Box 4

6. "Antigenic and Biological Differences in Herpesvirus hominis"; By Andre J. Nahmias and Walter R. Dowdle; Published in Progress Medical Virology, Vol. 10, pages 110-159; 1968 (First rough draft and copy of published article or book section).
7. Miscellaneous Data; n.d., 1965.

Series 4. Articles and Papers by Frank Pauls and Related Materials; n.d., 1951-1971.
1.
Published Articles; 1952, 1953, 1962, 1964, 1967, 1969, 1971.
-"Laboratory 'Watch Stations' Sound Alert Around World in Influenza Study Program"; By Frank P. Pauls, Assistant Director, ADH Public Health Laboratories Division; Alaska's Health; Feb. 1952.
-"Distribution of Blood Groups Among the Eskimos, Indians, and Whites of Western Alaska"; By Frank P. Pauls, Betty B. Victors, and Marie W. Dodson, Alaska Department of Health, Anchorage, Alaska; Reprint from American Journal of Human Genetics; Sep. 1953 (3 copies).
-"Enteric Diseases in Alaska"; By Frank P. Pauls, Assistant Director, Division of Public Health Laboratories, Alaska Department of Health, Anchorage, Alaska; Reprint from Arctic, Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America; Oct. 1953 (3 copies).
-"Trichinosis in Alaska: A Review and Report of Two Outbreaks Due to Bear Meat with Observations on Serodiagnosis and Skin Testing"; By James E. Maynard and Frank P. Pauls; Reprint from The American Journal of Hygiene; Nov. 1962 (3 copies).
-"Flourescent Antibody Diagnosis of Infections"; By John D. Nelson, Billye Hempstead, Rose Tanaka, and Frank P. Pauls; Reprint from The Journal of the American Medical Association; June 29, 1964 (3 copies).
-"A Serologic Study of Herpesvirus Hominis Strains by Microneutralization Tests"; By Frank P. Pauls and Walter R. Dowdle; The Journal of Immunology, Vol. 98, No. 5; 1967.
-"Association of Antigenic Type of Herpesvirus Hominis with Site of Viral Recovery"; By Walter R. Dowdle, Andre J. Nahmias, Rebecca W. Harwell, and Frank P. Pauls; The Journal of Immunology, Vol. 99, No. 5; 1967.
-"Experience with Transported Specimens of Bordetella Pertussis Submitted to the State Laboratory of Hygiene, Madison, Wisconsin"; By Frank P. Pauls and Ruth W. Dodge; Reprint from the Journal of the Conference of Public Health Laboratory Directors; May 1969 (3 copies).
-"Cytomegalovirus Complement-Fixation Antibody Responses in Eskimo Families"; By Shyamal K. Sinha and Frank P. Pauls; Reprint from Pediatrics; July 1971.
2. Unpublished Papers; n.d., 1951, 1952, 1969.
-"Long Term Preservation of Serum Specimens Collected in the Field for Epidemiological Studies of Biochemical Parampters"; By Ronald H. Laessig, Frank P. Pauls, and Thomas A. Schwartz; n.d. (draft, 15 pages; 3 copies)
-"Review of Blood Factor Studies of Eskimos and Indians of Western Alaska"; By Frank P. Pauls; n.d. (13 pages).
-"Blood Factor Studies of the Eskimos and Indians of Western Alaska. I"; By Frank P. Pauls, Betty Victors, and Marie W. Dodson; Presented before the Anthropology Section of the Alaska Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science at the Second Alaskan Science Conference in McKinley Park, September, 1951 (8 pages).
-"Blood Factor Studies of the Eskimos and Indians of Western Alaska. II"; By Frank P. Pauls; Presented before the Anthropology Section of the Alaskan Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science at the Third Alaskan Science Conference in Mt. McKinley Park, September 24, 1952 (10 pages).
-"Training in Relation to Proficiency Testing Programs"; By Frank P. Pauls; Presented at the 49th Conference of the Public Health Laboratories Directors, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 9-14, 1969 (9 pages).
3. Correspondence regarding article manuscripts; 1963.
4. Requests for reprints; 1954-1956 (post cards).

Series 5. Subject Files (Arranged Chronologically); n.d., 1949-1990.
1.
Alaska - General; n.d., 1950, 1953, 1964. (article reprints).
-"Neo-Aleut and Paleo-Aleut Prehistory"; By W. S. Laughlin; n.d.
-"Christmas in Alaska"; By Bertha L. Bloomer; Reprint from Pubic Health Nursing; Dec. 1950.
-"Opportunities for Sociological Research in Alaska"; By Margaret Lantis; Reprint from American Sociological Review; Dec. 1953.
-"The Acculturation of the Contemporary Eskimo of Wainwright, Alaska"; By Frederick A. Milan; Reprint from Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska; Jan. 1964.
2. Alaska Demography; n.d., 1983.
- Major Differences Between First, Second, Third and Fourth Class Cities in Alaska; n.d. (2 pages).
-"Two Major Problems in Alaskan Demography"; By David A. Swanson; n.d. (3 pages).
-1982 Population Data; ca. 1983 (114 pages).
3. Alaska Health - General; n.d., 1941, 1949-1953, 1955-1958, 1962, 1963, 1969, 1972, 1975.
-"A Study of Growth, Morbidity, and Mortality Among Eskimo Infants of Western Alaska: Surveillance Model for an Underdeveloped Area"; By James E. Maynard and Laurel M. Hammes, Arctic Health Research Center; n.d.
-"Health Problems Mount with Defense Work: Disease Control in the Army up to Civilians, Says Assistant Health Commissioner"; By Courtney Smith; Alaska Life: The Territorial Magazine; April 1941.
-"Alaskan Public Health Needs Serviced by Field Facilities: Land and Sea Mobile Units Do Lab Work in Basic Health Problems of Territory"; Lab World; Dec. 1949.
-"Relationships of Permafrost to Environmental Sanitation"; By Amos J. Alter; Reprint from Selected Papers of Alaskan Science Conference; 1949.
-"Health and Growth of Aleut Children; By Edwin Wilde; Reprint from The Journal of Pediatrics; Feb. 1950.
-"Public Health Problems in Alaska"; Reprint from Public Health Reports; July 20, 1951.
-"Public Health in Alaska - United States Frontier"; By C. Earl Albrecht; Reprint from American Journal of Public Health; June 1952.
-"Science and Public Health Research in Alaska"; By Margaret Lantis; Public Health Reports; May 1953.
-"Field Investigations of Prophylaxis Against Epizootic Distemper in Arctic Sled Dogs"; By K. R. Reinhard, R. L. Rausch, and R. L. Gray; Reprint from the "Proceedings Book," American Veterinary Medical Association, Ninety-Second Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Aug. 15-18, 1955, pp. 223-227.
-"Arctic Environment and Intestinal Infection"; By Joan G. Babbott, Frank L. Babbott, Jr., and John E. Gordon; Reprint from The American Journal of the Medical Sciences; Mar. 1956.
-"Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Infection in Native Alaska: Summary and Analysis Based on Report of the Survey Conducted in 1956"; By Charles R. Hayman and Francis E. Kester; Reprint from Northwest Medicine; April 1957.
-"A Study of Infant Mortality in Alaska"; By Charles R. Hayman and Francis E. Kester; Reprint from Northwest Medicine; July 1957.
-"Health and Sanitation Problems in the Arctic"; By Amos J. Alter; Reprint from Biology Colloquium; 1958.
-"The Alaska Native Village Sanitation Program at the End of Five Years"; By Margaret L. Lantis; Arctic Health Research Center, Anchorage, Alaska; May 1962.
-"Acculturation and Health"; By Margaret Lantis; Original Reference in Alaska's Health, A Survey Report, Parran Committee, The Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh, 1953; Revised Feb. 1963.
-"Availability and Use of Medical Services in an Alaskan Eskimo Community"; By Robert Fortuine; Public Health Reports; Oct. 1969.
-"Observations of Some Natural-Focal Zoonoses in Alaska"; By Robert L. Rausch; Archives of Environmental Health; Oct. 1972.
-"Health Care and the Alaska Native: Some Historical Perspectives"; Reprint from Polar Notes, No. XIV; 1975.
4. Blood Typing Programs; n.d., 1950-1952, 1956, 1959.
-Civilian Defense Blood Typing Program: KENI radio interview of Frank Pauls concerning the blood typing program in the Anchorage Independent School District; n.d.
-"Blood Groups and Anthropology"; By Cecil Harris; Reprint from The Manitoba Medical Review; Nov. 1950.
-"Mass Blood Typing: Summary and Analysis of the Jackson, Mich., Blood Typing Program"; By Jacques H. Ahronheim; Reprint from The Journal of the American Medical Association; Nov. 10, 1951.
-"Distribution of ABO-MN and Rh Types among Eskimos in South-west Greenland"; By V. Aerengot and K. Eldon; Reprint from Nature; June 21, 1952.
-"Blood Groups and Human Evolution"; Address by Dr. A. E. Mourant; Preprint from The Advancement of Science; Sep. 1956.
5. Botulism; n.d., 1955, 1957, 1963-1965, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1988, 1990 (Articles and papers).
6. California Encephalitis Virus and other Arborviruses; 1971, 1974.
-"Field and Laboratory Studies on the Hosts and Vectors of the Snowshoe Hare Strain of California Virus"; By V. F. Newhouse, W. Burgdorfer, and D. Corwin; Reprint from Mosquito News; Sep. 1971.
-"Northway virus: a new Bunyamwera group arborvirus from Alaska"; By Charles H. Calisher, Helen S. Lindsey, Donald G. Ritter, and Kathryn M. Sommerman; Reprint from Canadian Journal of Microbiology, Vol. 20, No. 2, 1974.
-"On the natural occurrence Of California encephalitis virus and other arborviruses in Alaska"; By Donald G. Ritter and Elmer Feltz; Reprint from Canadian Journal of Microbiology, Vol. 20, No. 10; 1974.
7. Enteric Diseases in Alaska; 1956, 1957.
-"Experience with the Laboratory Diagnosis of Enteric Diseases in Alaska"; By Harold J. Fournelle; American Journal of Medical Technology; Dec. 1956.
-"The Isolation of Enteric Pathogens at Barrow, Alaska"; By Jack W. Cullison and Thomas R. A. Davis; U. S. Armed Forces Medical Journal; Apr. 1957.

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8. Humor; n.d., 1968, 1969, 1973.
-The Journal of Irreproducible Results; Dec. 1968, Aug. 1969 (2 issues).
9. Internal Parasites; n.d., 1950, 1952, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1959-1963, 1970, 1971, 1973.
-"Carnivorous Walrus and Some Arctic Zoonoses"; By Francis H. Fay; Reprint from Arctic, Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America, Vol. 3, No. 2; n.d.
-"Parasitological Study on the Eskimos in the Bethel Area of Alaska"; By Dorothy J. Hitchcock; Reprint from The Journal of Parasitology; June 1950.
-"Studies on the Helminth Fauna of Alaska. XXIV. Echinoccocus Sibiricensis N. SP. From St. Lawrence Island"; By Robert Rausch and Everett L. Schiller; Reprint from The Journal of Parasitology; Dec. 1954.
-"Studies on the Helminth Fauna of Alaska. XXV. The Ecology and Public Health Significance of Echinoccocus Sibiricensis Rausch & Schiller, 1954, on St. Lawrence Island"; Author's presentation copy from Parasitology; Nov. 1956.
-"Studies on the Helminth Fauna of Alaska. XXX. The Occurrence of Echinococcus Multilocularis Leuckart, 1963, on the Mainland of Alaska; By Robert Rausch; Reprint from American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; Sep. 1956.
-"Trichinosis in Alaska: A Review and Report of Two Outbreaks Due to Bear Meat with Observations on Serodiagnosis and Skin Testing"; By James E. Maynard and Frank P. Pauls; Reprint from The American Journal of Hygiene; Nov. 1962.
-"Trichinosis"; By James E. Maynard and Irving Kagan; Reprint from The Practitioner; Nov. 1963.
-"Studies on the helminth Fauna of Alaska. XLIX. The occurrence of Diphyllobothrium latum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Cestoda: Diphyllobothriidae) in Alaska, with notes on other species"; By R. L. Rausch and D. K. Hilliard; Reprint from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 48, No. 6; 1970.
-"The ecology of Echinococcus multilocularis Leuckart, 1963, (Cestoda : Taeniidae) on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska. I. Background and rationale"; By F. H. Fay; Reprint from Annales de Parasitologie, Vol. XLVII, No. 4; 1973.
10. Mastoiditis; ca. 1953.
-"Mastoiditis: A Public Health Problem in Alaska"; By Milo H. Fritz, M. D., Anchorage, Alaska; ca. 1953 (12 pages).
-A.D.H. Cases of Chronic Mastoiditis Treated 1950-1952 (Table).
11. Paralytic Shellfish Poising; n.d., 1983.
12. Pathogenic Fungi; 1970.
-"Sporothrix (Sporotichum) schenckii in a Nursery Barn Containing Sphagnum"; By E. S. McDonough, Ann L. Lewis, and Morris Meister; Reprint from Public Health Reports; July 1970.
13. Polio; 1960.
-"Immunity Towards Poliovirus Among Alaska Natives. I. Comparative Reported Incidence of Clinical Poliomyelitis in Alaska Natives and Non-Native Residents, 1950-1954"; By Karl R. Reinhard and Harry V. Gibson; Reprint from The American Journal of Hygiene; Nov. 1960.
-"Immunity Towards Poliovirus Among Alaska Natives. III. A Study of Naturally and Artificially Acquired Antibodies Against Poliovirus Among Residents of Two Bering Sea Communities"; By Karl R. Reinhard, Robert K. Gerloff, and Robert N. Philip; Reprint from The American Journal of Hygiene; Nov. 1960.
14. Public Health Laboratory Management; n.d., 1967, 1970, 1975, 1976.
15. Rabies; n.d., 1949, 1973, 1975.
-"Epizootic of Rabies in Interior Alaska"; By Ralph B. Williams; Reprint from Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine; June 1949.
16. Salmonella; 1950, 1960, 1965, 1968.
-"Summary of Salmonella and Shigella of Alaska"; By Ralph B. Williams; Reprint from Northwest Medicine; May 1950.
-"Salmonella in Alaska"; By Ralph B. Williams and Maries W. Dodson; Public Health Reports; Oct. 1960.
-"Salmonella Anatum: Report of an Alaskan Outbreak"; By Clifford E. Butler, Wayne L. Miller, Charles T. Marrow, and Raymond D. Evans; Alaska Medicine; Sep. 1968.
17. Serology; 1951, 1965, 1970.
-"Serological Epidemiology: Antibody Patterns in North Alaskan Eskimos"; By John R. Paul, John T. Riordan, and Lisbeth M. Kraft; Reprint from The Journal of Immunology; June 1951.
18. Streptococci; n.d., 1969, 1977 (19 color slides, 35mm).
19. Tuberculosis; n.d., 1953.
-Tissue Reactions Elicited by the Human Tubercle Bacilli, Accounting for Them Insofar as Possible by Mechanical, Chemical and Immunological Factors; n.d. (article draft, 49 pages).
-"Tuberculin sensitivity in Alaska"; By Edward S. Weiss; Reprint from Public Health Reports; Jan. 1953.
20. Tularemia; 1974.
-Tularemia in North America, 1930-1974; By William L. Jellison; University of Montana, Missoula, Montana; Aug. 1974.
-"Further studies on tularemia in Alaska: human tularemia"; By Lawrence G. Miller; Reprint from Canadian Journal of Microbiology, Vol. 20, No. 11; 1974.
21. Water Quality; 1957, 1961, 1976, 1978.
-"Experimental Ground Water Pollution at Anchorage, Alaska"; By H. J. Fournell, E. K. Day, and W. B. Page; Reprint from Public Health Reports; Mar. 1957.
22. Water Quality: Ship Creek Watershed Debate/Arctic Valley Ski Bowl; 1954.
-Television Broadcast by Dr. Milo H. Fritz, Station KTVA, 6:30 to 6:45, March 18, 1954 (Script, 5 pages).
-Anchorage Ski Club letter to Anchorage organizations concerning support for Arctic Valley Ski Bowl at a hearing scheduled for March 22, 1954.
-Newspaper clippings; 1954

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Series 6. U. S. Army Career; 1942-1963.
1.
Military Personal File; n.d., 1942-1945 (Correspondence, certificates, lists, etc.).
2. Army Laboratory Project: 64th Field Hospital; 1961, 1963 (Correspondence, comments, and notes).
3. Special Papers; 1952-1957, 1963.
-Communicable Disease Problems in Alaska; Prepared by Frank P. Pauls, Major, MSC; Surgeon's Conference, 1952.
-Significant Diseases in Alaska; Prepared for Surgeon, USARAL, Fort Richardson, Alaska; 1953.
-Special Study on the Incidence of Tuberculosis, Alaska National Guard, 1st and 2nd Scout Battalions; Mar. 15, 1954 (Memorandum for Record, from Frank P. Pauls to Surgeon, USARAL).
-Medical and Health Services in the Territory of Alaska; By Frank P. Pauls, Maj., MSC-USAR; Prepared for the Surgeon, Hqs., USARAL, Surgeon's Conference; Oct. 29-30, 1956.
-Transmission of Intestinal Pathogens in Polar Climates, Arctic Intestinal Disease Studies; Annual Report to the Commission on Environmental Hygiene of the Armed Forces Epidemiological Board, For the Period: 1 March, 1956 to 28 February, 1957 (41 pages).
4. Chief Surgeon's Conference, U. S. Army Alaska, U. S. Army Hospital, Fort Wainwright, Alaska; Oct. 10-12, 1962 (Program, memoranda, etc.).

Series 7. World Health Organization: Public Health Laboratory Advisor in Iran; n.d., 1952-1964.
1.
Application and Appointment; 1954-1957.
2. Biographical Materials; n.d., 1955, 1957-1959, 1961 (3 b&w photographs: 1-5 X 7 inch; 2-7 X 9½ inch).
-Biographical Sketch; n.d.
-Remarks for graduation ceremony of laboratory aides from training course at the Central Public Health Laboratory, Tehran, Iran; Jan. 11, 1958.
-Oath prepared by Dr. M. Zoriassatein, Director, Division of Public Health Laboratories and Central Public Health Laboratory; Jan. 11, 1958.
-"'Tomorrow' Land of Iran Great Change for Pauls"; ca. 1957 (newspaper article).
-"Anchorage Family is Returned from Iran"; By Fritz Pumphrey; Anchorage Daily Times; Feb. 2, 1959.
-"Frank Pauls: United Nations 'A Tool, A Forum, A Way,' Says Anchorage Man After A Close Study"; By Joe Rothstein; Anchorage Daily News; Oct. 23, 1959.
-"Lack of Trained Technicians Is Greatest Handicap in Iran; Washington Post; July 22, 1961.
-Affidavit claiming exemption from United States federal income taxation of World Health Organization income; Jan. 7, 1959.
3. Correspondence; n.d., 1956-1959.
4. Reports; n.d., 1952, 1955, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959.
5. Agreement, Planning Documents, and Procedures; n.d., 1952, 1954, 1959.
-Bacteriological Examination of Water; Aug. 1952.
-Agreement Between the Government of Iran and the World Health Organization for the Provision of Technical Advisory Assistance; Oct. 8, 1954.
-Planning and Organizing a Public Health Laboratory System; working notes prepared by Frank P. Pauls, Sr. WHO Laboratory Advisor, Iran; June 30, 1959.
-Examination of Water for Public Health; n.d.
-Proposed Reorganization Plan of the Ministry of Health Laboratory at Avenue Nasser Khosrov, Tehran; n.d.
- Routine Clinical and P.H. Diagnostic Laboratory Teheran: Suggestions to the Plan of Fusion and Integration of the Ministry of Health Laboratory, Avenue Nasser Khosrov and the PHCO Laboratory Unit Teheran; n.d.
-Methods of Detecting Adulteration in Foodstuffs, Dr. A.E.O. Marzys, WHO Laboratory Advisor-Bromatologist, Central Public Health Laboratory, Tehran, Iran; n.d.
6. World Health Organization, Expert Committee on Health Laboratory Methods: Papers; 1956.
7. World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean: Final Reports; 1959, 1964.
-Final Report on Cancer Control Project, Iran; By Dr. P. Taillard, WHO Cancerologist; Feb. 1959.
-Final Report on the Public Health Laboratory Project, Teheran, Iran, March 1955 - August 1964; By A. E. Olszyna-Marzys, Ph.D., WHO Food and Drug Analyst; July 1964.
8. Some Demographic and Health Characteristics of 173 Villages in a Rural Area of Iran; By Mohmmad B. Mashayekhi and Guy S. Hays, with the collaboration of the staff of the Department of Rural Health Development; n.d. (Rockefeller Foundation Report).
9. Organization of a Central Public Health Laboratory Service for the Imperial Iranian Ministry of Health in Tehran; By Frank P. Pauls; n.d. (PH 135 term paper, 11 pages).
10. Tehran city map; Designed by A. Sahab; June 1957.
11. Chris Pauls (son of Frank Pauls) social studies report on Iran; 1958
12. Miscellaneous Organization Records and Information; n.d., 1953, 1955, 1958, 1959.

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Series 8. Alaska Department of Health Career (Arranged chronologically); n.d., 1939-1993.
1.
Division of Public Health Laboratories: Financial Statements; 1939, 1942-1943 (Compensation schedule, statement, budget, and position descriptions).
-Article for Alaska Daily Empire "Progress Edition": Division of Public Health Laboratories; 1939 (6 page typescript draft).
2. Infant Deaths; 1941.
3. Rabies Paper and Studies; n.d., 1942-1943.
-Rabies in Alaska Case Report: By Ralph B. Williams and Frank P. Pauls; n.d. (typescript drafts).
4. Hepatitis Outbreak; 1944 (Telegrams, memoranda, and summary).
5. Leave Request Correspondence; 1945-1948.
6. Alaska Board of Health Historical Literature; 1949-1950.
-First Five Years of the Alaska Board of Health: A Report to the People Alaska, 1945-1950; Produced by the Division of Health Education, Alaska Department of Health; 1950 (Photo-illustrated, 25 pages).
7. Tularemia File; 1949, 1950, 1953-1955, 1960, 1961 (case report, correspondence, and notes).
8. Community Blood Grouping Programs in Alaska; 1953-1954.
-Report on Civilian Defense Blood-Typing Programs in Western Alaska; Jan. 15, 1953 (Memorandum from Frank Pauls to C. E. Albrecht, Commissioner of Health).
-Community Blood Grouping Programs in Urban and Rural Areas of Alaska 1948 - 1954; By Frank P. Pauls; 1954 (copy of typescript draft, 7 pages).
9. National Science Foundation Proposal: Irving-Pauls Population Genetics Study; 1956 (Proposal, proposal draft, and correspondence).
-Population Genetic Study of Eskimo and Indian Villages at Certain Border Regions of Arctic and Subarctic Alaska; Principal Investigators, Laurence Irving and Frank Pauls; Sponsored by University of Alaska, College, Alaska; 1956 (8 page proposal).
10. Sanitation Aide Training Program in Alaska; n.d., 1956, 1958, 1959.
-"Training of Eskimo Sanitation Aides in Western Alaska"; By Richard S. Holmgren, Training Officer, and Lauris S. Parker, Associate Sanitarian; Sep. 26, 1956 (16 pages).
-"Eskimo Sanitarians"; Public Health Reports; Nov. 1958 (Photo-illustrated, 3 pages).
-"A Comparative Study of the Sanitation Aide Programs in Selected Areas of Alaska"; By Warrem Griffin, Assistant Director, Section of Sanitation Aide Services; Presented before the Alaska Science Conference, Juneau, Alaska, August 1959; 1959 (8 pages).
11. Laboratories File; n.d., 1956, 1961-1963 (Correspondence and miscellaneous records).
-Farewell letter from C. Earl Albrecht, Commissioner of Health; Feb. 10, 1956.
-U. S. Public Health Service Laboratory Visitation Report for Fairbanks, Anchorage, Juneau, and Ketchikan; June 6, 1962.
-Second Floor Plan, Division of Public Health, Northern Regional Laboratory, Fairbanks, Alaska; Fisher Scientific Company; Oct. 24, 1962 (22 X 34 inches)
12. Blood Typing Programs; n.d., 1960 (1 b&w photograph, 8 X 10 inch).
-"Engineer Corps Employees Bring 'Walking Blood Bank' Up-to-Date"; By Dorothy L. Craig; Alaska's Health; Feb. 1960 (article with photograph).
13. Fluorescent Antibody Technics; 1960, 1962-1963 (Memoranda and letters).
14. Ketchikan Health Laboratory Facilities; 1961, 1963.
-Trip Report; Oct. 23-25, 1961 (6 pages).
-Correspondence concerning the closing of the regional laboratory in Ketchikan; Aug. 13, 15, 1963.
-Program for dedication ceremony of the Ketchikan General Hospital; Aug. 11, 1963.
"Hospital Dedication Sunday"; Ketchikan Daily News; Aug. 9, 1963.
15. Pertussis: Bacteriology and Epidemiology; n.d., 1962 (Subject file).
16. Branch of Public Health Laboratories, Budget FY 64-65; 1962-1963 (Memoranda and budget documents).
17. Plague Report; 1963 (Letters).
18. Branch of Public Health Laboratories Laboratory Examinations; 1963.
19. Laboratory Chief Recruitment; 1968-1970 (Correspondence and application materials).
20. Blood Typing Programs; 1971 (Correspondence, duty assignments, and blood typing center layout).
21. Blood Typing Program - Juneau; 1971 (Position assignments and procedures).
22. Public Health Service Program Review, Alaska State Public Health Laboratory System; Apr. 1972 (62 pages).
23. Laboratory On-Site Visit Reports; 1973, 1974 (1973 reports for Wrangell General Hospital, Ketchikan General Hospital, Valley Hospital, Bartlett Memorial Hospital, Cordova Community Hospital, Central Peninsula Hospital, Homer Hospital, Kodiak Island Hospital, Maynard McDougall Memorial Hospital, Petersburg General Hospital, Sitka Community Hospital, Seward General Hospital, Alaska Native Hospital Bethel, Kotzebue Alaska Native Hospital, Alaska Native Hospital Mt. Edgecumbe, and Alaska Native Hospital Tanana).
24. Switzer Creek-Gruening Park, Juneau: Salmonellosis Outbreak; July-Aug, 1974 (Memoranda, case report, newspaper clippings, etc).
25. Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act; 1975 (Proposed legislation).

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26. Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act; 1976.
27. Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act; 1977.
28. Blood Typing Program - Juneau; 1977 (Position responsibilities and procedures).
29. Retirement; 1978-1979 (Correspondence).
30. Public Health Laboratories: Miscellaneous Documents; n.d., 1954, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1971, 1972, 1974-1977.
31. Department History; n.d., 1940, 1992.
-"History of Public Health Development in Alaska"; By Courtney Smith, Assistant Commissioner of Health, Territorial Department of Health; 1940 (7 pages).
-"Alaska Territorial Health & Human Services Development"; By Lisa M. Short; Aug. 7, 1992 (Draft, 15 pages).
-Department history draft; Nov. 12, 1992 (35 pages).
32. Proposed Fee Schedule for Public Health Laboratory Services: Legislative File; 1993.
-Proposed Fee Schedule Documentation, Division of Public Health, Section of Laboratories; July 1993.

Series 9. Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene Career; 1968-1971.
1.
Pertussis Study - Wisconsin Cases; n.d., 1968-1970.
2. Pertussis Paper; 1968-1969 (Correspondence, conference journal, and overhead transparencies).
-"Experience with Transported Specimens of Bordatella Pertussis Submitted to the State Laboratory of Hygiene, Madison, Wisconsin; By Frank P. Pauls; Presented to the Conference of Public Health Laboratory Directors, Detroit Michigan, Nov. 10, 1968; Journal of the Conference of Public Health Laboratory Directors; May 1969.
3. Training Programs; 1969-1970.
-Training in Relation to Proficiency Programs; By Frank P. Pauls; Presented at the 49th Conference of Public Health Laboratories Directors, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 9-14, 1969 (2 drafts, 14 and 9 pages).
-49th Conference of Public Health Laboratory Directors; Nov. 9-14, 1969 (Program).
-Postgraduate Courses in 1969.
-Postgraduate Short Courses in 1970.
-Training Program Unit, Administrative Procedures - 1970.
-Seminar on Nonsocomial Infections and Environmental Control Programs, Madison, Wisconsin; Sep. 30-Oct. 1, 1970 (Preliminary announcement and program).
-Farewell party announcement for Frank Pauls; Sep. 25, 1970 (Party date).
4. Bacteriology Evaluation Program; Feb. 17, 1970 (Examination form, 6 pages).
5. Salmonella in Recreational Waters: David Claudon's Paper; 1970-1971(Newsletter article, correspondence, newspaper clippings, paper drafts, and notes).
-"Salmonella in Recreational Waters"; Newsletter, Laboratory Newsletter, The Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene; June 1971.
6. Salmonella in Recreational Waters: David Claudon's Reference Materials; 1970.
7. Annual Report, The Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, 437 Henry Mall, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisc., 1968-69; 1969 (68 pages).

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Series 10. Conferences, Symposia, and Other Events (Arranged Chronologically; 1951-1996.
1.
Alaska(n) Science Conferences; 1951, 1954, 1956, 1964, 1980, 1981.
-Programs; 1951, 1954, 1956, 1980.
-Program and Abstracts; 1964.
-2nd Announcement and Call for Abstract; 1981.
2. Second Alaska Health Congress, Travelers Inn, Fairbanks; June 6-8, 1973 (Program).
3. Fifth Symposium on Circumpolar Health, Copenhagen Denmark; Aug. 9-12, 1981.
-"A Community Approach to Solving Its Major Health Problems"; By Carl M. Hild (Symposium paper, 66 pages).
-"Comparative Studies in Circumpolar Health: Report on a WHO Working Group"; Copy received from Dr. Hannu Vuori, Regional Office for Primary Health Car, World Health Organization, Copenhagen, Denmark (Symposium paper, 11 pages).
-"Environmental Health Problems in Arctic and Subarctic Areas 1981-1990: Working Group Report, Copenhagen, 3-7 August 1981"; By World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen; 1982 (Symposium paper, 24 pages).
4. 7th Annual Alaska Health Congress, 1982: Facilities Committee File; 1982 (Committee of the Alaska Public Health Association).
5. 8th Alaska Health Congress, 1983: Steering - Facilities Committee File; 1982-1983 (Committee of the Alaska Public Health Association).
6. Alaskan Health Research and Informations: Current Projects, Findings, Constraints and Future Directions, April 19-21, 1984 (University of Alaska, Anchorage telecourse in conjunction with the Alaska Public Health Association; Frank Pauls was a panelist for the course); 1984 (Memorada to panelists, announcement, course handout, and notes).
7. 6th International Symposium on Circumpolar Health, Anchorage, Alaska, May 13-18, 1984: Organizing Committee File; 1983-1984.
8. 6th International Symposium on Circumpolar Health: Hospitality - Tours Committee; 1984.
9. 6th International Symposium on Circumpolar Health: Program, Abstracts, and Film Festival Schedule; 1984.
10. 6th International Symposium on Circumpolar Health: International Biomedical Expedition to the Antarctic, Poster Abstracts; 1984.

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11. Arctic Five-Year Research Plan Consultative Workshop, Anchorage, November 17-19, 1986; 1986 (Workshop sponsored by the Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee, managed by the National Science Foundation, and conducted by Toborg Associates, Washington, D.C.).
-Arctic Health Research Five Year Plan; June 1986 (40 pages).
-Comments by the North Slope Borough; Nov. 17, 1986 (Memorandum to participants and attachments).
-Comments by the Arctic Institute of North America; Nov. 17, 1986 (4 pages).
-Workshop Agenda.
-Final Participant List.
12. Arctic Five-Year Research Plan Consultative Workshop: Workshop Final Report; Apr. 7, 1987 (Toborg Associates, Inc., Washington, D.C.).
13. Talking About Health Risks: How Science and the Media Can Improve Public Understanding; May 14, 1987 (Seminar sponsored by the Department of Journalism and Public Communications, University of Alaska, Anchorage, and the Institute for Health Policy Analysis, Georgetown University Medical Center).
14. 7th International Congress on Circumpolar Health, Umea, Sweden, June 8-12, 1987; 1986-1987 (includes correspondence, announcements, program, list of participants, abstracts, and related materials).
15. 39th Arctic Science Conference, University of Alaska Fairbanks, October 7-10, 1988; 1988 (Program, other conference materials, and notes).
-"Arctic Social Science: An Agenda for Action"; Discussion paper prepared for consideration at the Workshop on Arctic Social Science, Arctic Science Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, October 7th, 1988 ;Committee on Arctic Social Science, Polar Research Board, National Research Council (64 pages).
16. 39th Arctic Science Conference Conference: Proceedings; 1988.
-Science Education, 1988 Arctic Science Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, Proceedings: Summaries of Selected Sessions and Abstracts of Papers; Published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Arctic Division, and Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbank, October 7-10, 1988 (264 pages).
17. 8th International Congress on Circumpolar Health, Yukon College, Whitehorse, Yukon, May 20-25, 1990; 1988-1990 (Final notice, program, correspondence, other conference materials, and notes).
18. International Workshop on Alveolar Hydatid Disease (Echinococcus Multilocularis), Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, Alaska, June 7-8, 1990 (xerographic copy of workshop program with abstracts of presentations).
19. 1990 Arctic Science Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, October 8-10, 1990; 1990 (Program, proceedings, correspondence, other conference materials, and notes).
-Proceedings: Summaries of Selected Sessions and Abstracts of Papers; Published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Arctic Division; Oct. 1990 (58 pages).
-Historical Fingerprints of Selected Preventable Diseases in Alaska; 1990 (Draft paper by Frank Pauls, 9 pages).

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20. Albrecht-Milan Foundation of the American Society for Circumpolar Health, First Organizational Meeting, February 25, 1991; 1991 (Agenda, mission and primary funds, bylaws, articles of incorporation, other related materials, and notes).
21. The Northern Forum: The Founding Meeting, Anchorage, November 6-8, 1991.
-Preliminary Study of Commodities & Products to and from the Western United States and Europe; NTM-Transportation Management Project Group; Nov. 7, 1991; 1991 (Program, proposals, other meeting materials, and notes).
-Northern Sea Route; NTM-Transportation Management Project Group; Nov. 7, 1991.
22. Health Problems in Alaska: Lecture, Dr. Mills Class, University of Alaska Anchorage: Mar. 31, 1992 (Lecture notes).
23. IX International Congress on Circumpolar Health, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 20-25, 1993; 1993 (Final announcement).
24. Tenth International Congress on Circumpolar Health, Anchorage, Alaska, May 19-24, 1996; 1995-1996 (Program, participants list, abstracts, general assembly program, and other congress materials).
25. Tenth International Congress on Circumpolar Health: Space Contracts; 1994-1996 (Frank Pauls, Facilities Chairman).

Series 11. Organizations; 1955-1998.
1.
American Society of Medical Technologists; 1955-1956 (Includes correspondence, annual meeting program, and other materials; 1 b&w photograph, 8 X 10 inch).
-Membership Certificate; June 24, 1955.
-First North American Conference of Medical Laboratory Technologists, Chateau Frontenac, Quebec, Canada, June 17-22, 1956; 1956 (program booklet).
2. Alaska Society of Medical Technologists; 1956, 1957, 1963, 1964, 1966.
-First Territorial Laboratory Seminar, Anchorage; May 3-5, 1956 (Program, 3 copies).
-Second Territorial Laboratory Seminar, Anchorage; May 23-25, 1957 (Program).
-Alaska Society of Medical Technologists News Bulletin; Summer 1963.
-Alaska Society of Medical Technologists News Bulletin; Fall 1963.
-Alaska Society of Medical Technologists News Bulletin; Feb. 1964.
-Northern Highlights; Nov. 1966.
3. Alaska Public Health Association; 1974.
4. Alaska Public Health Association: Constitution, Bylaws, and Mission Statement; 1983, 1986.
5. Alaska Public Health Association: Board Member's File; 1980-1984 (Minutes, correspondence, financial statements, notes, etc.).
6. Alaska Public Health Association: Executive Board Member's File; 1988.

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7. National Arctic Health Science Policy (American Public Health Association Task Force): Correspondence; 1982-1984.
8. National Arctic Health Science Policy, American Public Health Association Task Force; American Public Health Association Report Series; 1984 (Booklet, 32 pages, 3 copies).
9. National Arctic Health Science Policy: Drafts; 1983-1984.
-Preliminary Working Draft; Sep. 1, 1983.
-Working Draft; Feb. 1, 1984.
-Working Draft; Feb. 22, 1984.
-Working Draft; Feb. 24, 1984.
-Proposed Final Text; Mar. 1, 1984.
10. National Arctic Health Science Policy Task Force: Task Force Papers; 1981-1983 (Memoranda, letters, reports, agenda, work plans, mailing lists, etc.).
11. National Arctic Health Science Policy Task Force: Undated Task Force Papers; n.d.
12. National Arctic Health Science Policy Task Force: Notes; n.d., 1983-1984.
13. National Arctic Health Science Policy Task Force: Research Materials (1 of 2); 1949, 1963, 1971.
-Arctic Health Institute; Alaska Department of Health; 1949 (Xerographic copy of pamphlet, 24 pages).
-Excerpts from the Report on The Conference on Medicine and Public Health in the Arctic and Antarctic, held in Geneva, Switzerland, Aug. 28-Sep. 1, 1962; 1963 (xerographic copy).
-Proceeding of Conference on Man's Health in a Changing Environment, Fairbanks, Alaska, May 12-14, 1970; U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, Bureau of Community Environmental Management, Arctic Health Research Center; 1971 (Xerographic copy, 55 pages).
14. National Arctic Health Science Policy Task Force: Research Materials (2 of 2);
n.d., 1960, 1970, 1982-1983.

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15. American Society for Circumpolar Health: Letters to Members; 1981-1983, 1986-1997.
16. American Society for Circumpolar Health: Board Member Records; 1980, 1982, 1986-1990 (Meeting minutes, reports, membership lists, constitution, bylaws, etc.).
17. American Society for Circumpolar Health: Board Member Records; 1990-1994.
18. American Society for Circumpolar Health: Board Member Records; n.d., 1995-1998.
19. International Union for Circumpolar Health: Council Member Records; 1991-1996 (Memoranda, letters, reports, etc.).
20. Alaska-Siberia Medical Research Program; Records; 1985-1989 (Letters, memoranda, agreements, proposals, news releases, newsletters, etc.).
21. Alaska-Siberia Medical Research Program: Newspaper Clippings; 1986-1989.
22. Alaska Health Sciences Library Advisory Council; 1982-1983.

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Series 12. Health Related Publications and Drafts (Arranged Chronologically); 1938, 1947-1950, 1952-1954, 1956-1958, 1963, 1965-1970, 1973, 1988, 1989, 1992.
1.
Alaska Health News; Alaska Department of Health; 1938 (Quarterly publication).
-Portion of first issue with cover, introduction, organization chart, and Division of Public Health section; 1938 (xerographic copy).
-Sep. 1938 issue.
-Portion of Sep. 1938 issue including cover and Division of Public Health Laboratories section by Frank P. Pauls, Acting Director (xerographic copy).
2. Annual Report, Alaska Department of Health; 1947.
-Part I: Tuberculosis Control in Alaska.
-Part II: Tuberculosis Budget Reports.
-Part III: Health and Sanitation Budget.
3. Home Health Care of the Tuberculosis in Alaska; Text by Frances Paul and pictures by William Paul, Jr.; Editorial supervision by George A. Dale and James A. Smith; Sponsored by the Alaska Tuberculosis Association and the Alaska Territorial Department of Health; Published by the Alaska Native Service and the United States Indian Service; July 1947 (Photo-illustrated, 117 pages).
4. Public Health Progress in Alaska; Compiled by the Alaska Field Station of the U.S. Public Health Service; Published by the Alaska Department of Health; Jan. 1949 (Photo-illustrated, 78 pages).
5. Alaska's Health; Alaska Department of Health; Oct. 1948 (xerographic copy), Mar.-Apr. 1950, Nov.-Dec. 1950, Feb. 1952 (3 copies); Apr. 1952, Feb. 1953, Apr. 1954 (2 copies), Oct. 1956, Feb. 1958, Dec. 1969, Feb. 1970; June 1970 (12 different issues).
6. Annual Report of the Alaska Department of Health, July 1948 - July, 1949; C. Earl Albrecht, Commissioner of Health; 1949 (18 pages).
7. Alaska Department of Health, Program Review, Fiscal Year 1950; Conducted by Representatives of the Public Health Service and the Children's Bureau, Federal Security Agency, Region X; 1950 (37 pages).
8. Statement of C. Earl Albrecht, M.D., Commissioner of Health, Before the Sub-Committee on Interior & Insular Affairs, House of Representatives; Feb. 27, 1952 (Concerning the need to pass the Mental Health Bill, HR 4966, 23 pages).
9. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Infections in Alaska; Alaska Department of Health; 1956 (48 pages).
10. Planned Expansion in Arctic Health Research (Arctic Health Research Center); U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service; ca. 1957 (xerographic copy, 117 pages plus plans).
11. Medicine and Public Health in the Arctic and Antarctic: Selected Papers from a Conference; Contributors: K. Lange Anderson, Robert J. Anderson, A. B. Colyar, Gordon M. Fair, J. Henriksson, Margaret Lantis, Paul D. Nelson, G. Palmai, Niilo Pesonen, and Kaare Rodahl; Public Health Papers No. 18, World Health Organization, Geneva; 1963 (169 pages).
12. Alaska Department of Health and Welfare, 1959-1964; Prepared for Dr. Levi M. Browning, Commissioner, Department of Health and Welfare, by the Division of Public Health, Health Education Services, Alaska Office Building, Juneau, Alaska; Feb. 1965.
13. 1966 Annual Report of the Department of Health and Welfare; Levi M. Browning, M.D., Commissioner; Dec. 5, 1966.
14. Alaska Department of Health & Welfare, Annual Report, 1967; J. Scott McDonald, Commissioner; 1967.
15. Federal Arctic Research: A Report Prepared Pursuant to the Request of the Committee on Appropriations, United State Senate; By George A. Doumani, Science Policy Research Division, Legislative Reference Service, The Library of Congress; U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington; Dec. 1, 1967 (313 pages).

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16. Arctic Health Research Center Publications, 1949-1968; U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Arctic Health Research Center, College, Alaska; Revised Dec. 1968 (60 pages).
17. Ethnohistory of Disease and Medical Care Among the Aleuts; By Leda (Chase) Milan; A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Degree of Master of Arts at the University of Wisconsin; Jan. 1973 (101 pages, 5 figures).
18. Data Coordination and Career Stimulation in Polar Biomedical Research; Committee on Polar Biomedical Research, Polar Research Board, Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Resources; National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.; 1988 (39 pages).
19. Arctic Data and Information: Issues and Goals, Findings and Recommendations of the U.S. Arctic Research Commission, Issue No. 3, June 1989; U.S. Arctic Research Commission, Washington, D.C.; June 1989.
20. Public Health Investigations in the Communities of Saint Lawrence Island, Alaska, 1954 to 1960; By Karl R. Reinhard, DVM, Ph.D., United State Public Health Service (Retired); Apr. 1992 (Manuscript draft, sections I and II; includes letter to Frank Pauls).
-Section I: General comments and descriptions (29 pages).
-Section II: Journals of Travel, Activities, and Observations (82 pages).
21. Public Health Investigations in the Communities of Saint Lawrence Island, Alaska, 1954 to 1960; By Karl R. Reinhard, DVM, Ph.D., United State Public Health Service (Retired); Apr. 1992 (Manuscript draft, section III).
-Section III: Specific Projects, Data, Analyses and Conclusions (82 pages)

Series 13. Photographs and Transparencies; n.d., 1959, 1962, 1966, 1968, 1971, 1973, 1976 (107 b&w prints; 6 color prints; 8 color transparencies; 3 b&w negatives; 12 color negatives).
1.
District Engineer's Walking Blood Bank Program, Alaska Department of Health; Photographs by U.S. Army photographer, U.S. Army District Corps of Engineers; Nov. 19, 1959 (8 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
  1. "Waiting for finger pricks and watching the team type and read blood specimens. Foreground, left to right, Frank Pauls; middle seated, Mrs A. G. Swanson; far right, pricking a finger, Mrs. Don Rozell."
  2. "The team at work collecting, mixing and reading - approximately four minutes for entire individual test. Seated at table: Mrs. A. G. Swanson, left; Mrs. Don Rozell, R.N., right. Standing at left: Frank Pauls."
  3. "Adding serum to blood drops and mixing prior to reading blood type and Rh factor. At left Mrs. A. G. Swanson, center - Frank Pauls."
  4. "Reception Desk."
  5. "Collection of the blood drop on the slide. The first drop is the hardest."
  6. "Adding the typing & Rh serum and mixing."
  7. "Reading slides for type & Rh and explaining the reactions to the patient.
  8. Frank Pauls and Mrs. A. G. Swanson working at table.
2. Exercise Great Bear, Laboratory of the 64th Field Hospital; 1962 (8 color transparencies, 2.75 X 2.75 inch).
  1. Entry point for patients.
  2. Lab side of tent towards rear.
  3. Hematology lab.
  4. Urinalysis and parasitology Lab.
  5. Water analysis section, membrane filter demonstation.
  6. Bacteriology - serology section.
  7. Clean up section.
  8. Autopsy - rabbit.
3. Temporary Laboratory in Barrow, IBP Blood Study (Icludes pictures of Frank Pauls and William Laughlin; Aug. 1968 (30 b&w prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
4. Cryo-vials study for storing of sera in liquid nitrogen: Frank Pauls in laboratory at Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene; 1968, 1971(15 b&w prints: 9-3.5 X 3.5 inch, 6-5 X 7 inch).
-Letter from American Breeders Service, Inc. concerning photographs; June 1, 1971.
5. Tearing down of old territorial public health building, Juneau; June 1973 (6 color prints, 3.5 X 3.5 inch; 12 color negatives, 120 size).
6. Alaska Department of Health; n.d. (5 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
  1. Group portrait.
  2. Unknown coastal town.
  3-5. Frank Pauls teaching Alaska Native men in classroom.
7. People working in public health laboratory; n.d. (14 b&w prints, 3.5 X 4.25 inch).
8. Film library party with Governor William Egan; n.d. (18 b&w prints: 8-3.5 X 3.5 inch, 10-3.5 X 4.25 inch).
9. Frank Pauls at meeting or conference; n.d. (6 b&w prints, 4 X 5 inch).
10. Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, Madison; n.d. (3 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
  1. State Board of Health and Laboratory of Hygiene Building.
  2. Aerial view of University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  3. Aerial view of University of Wisconsin-Madison to the Capitol building.
11. Miscellaneous photographs; n.d. 1966, 1976 (8 b&w prints; 3 b&w negatives).
  1. Group portrait in front of tree. Frank Pauls at far left; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
  2. Group portrait outside Center for Disease Control building; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
  3. Group portrait in courtyard of building. Frank Pauls seated in front right; 1976 (8 X 10 inch).
  4. Portrait of John E. Larsh, Professor and Chairman, Department of Parasitology, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina; Photo Studio: Blackstone-Shelburne, New York; 1966 (5 X 7 inch).
  5. Men in laboratory classroom; n.d. (3 b&w negatives, 120 size).
  6. Frank Pauls stamping and labeling specimen bottles; n.d. (3.5 X 3.5 inch).
  7. Photo post cards of coastal towns; n.d. (2 prints, 3.5 X 5.5 inch).
  8. "An enormous trophy from Kodiak" (Man with bear, taken at one of Alf Madsen's hunting camps); Outdoor Films, Kodiak, Alaska; n.d. (Photo post card, 3.5 X 5.5 inch).

Series 14. Audiocassette Tapes; 1990-1992 (5 audiocassettes, 90 minutes).
1.
Brian Saylor, International Congress on Circumpolar Health, interview of Frank Pauls, Part I; Apr. 1, 1990.
2. Brian Saylor, International Congress on Circumpolar Health, interview of Frank Pauls, Part II; Apr. 1, 1990.
3. Albrecht-Milan Foundation Dedication Ceremony; July 14, 1991.
4. Health Problems in Alaska Lecture, Dr. Mills Class, University of Alaska Anchorage, Part I, Last portion of lecture and slide show; Mar. 31, 1992.
5. Health Problems in Alaska Lecture, Dr. Mills Class, University of Alaska Anchorage, Part II, Slide Presentation; Mar. 31, 1992.
-St. Lawrence Island, Kotzebue, Point Hope, Barrow, Anatuvik, Wainwright, and Findle.

Series 15. Lapel Pins; n.d., 1990, 1996 (11 pins, 4 different).
1.
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) School of Public Health, Alumni Association, Life Member; n.d. (round; blue, white, and silver color).
2. Alaska Red Cross; Made by Stewart's Photo Shop, Anchorage; n.d. (shape of Alaska map with cross in center; blue with red, white, and gold cross in center).
3. 8th International Congress on Circumpolar Health; 1990 (rectangular with symbol point protruding from top; blue, white, and gold; 4 copies).
4. Tenth International Congress on Circumpolar Health, Anchorage, Alaska, May 1996; 1996 (round; blue and gold with congress logo, X with earth in center; 5 copies).