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Box 484, Reel m vin 1, Frame 24
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General Education Board (New York, N.Y.)

Organized according to interview and visit, Vincent talks to various professionals in the field of public health and discusses projects and proposals. As President of the Rockefeller Foundation he steers the focus toward supporting the war effort and making the world a better place through public health funding. The 1917 diary includes the China Medical Board developing a comprehensive medical system in China, the International Health Board focusing on preventive medicine, and camp and community plans for the welfare of American soldiers. Includes Memorandum to Members of the Executive Committee. Washington Interviews, May 26, 1917; and Memorandum of an interview with M. Hovelacque, A Member of the French Commission, at the Plaza Hotel, Made Tuesday, May 29, 1917.

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Rockefeller Foundation

Organized according to interview and visit, Vincent talks to various professionals in the field of public health and discusses projects and proposals. As President of the Rockefeller Foundation he steers the focus toward supporting the war effort and making the world a better place through public health funding. The 1919 diary documents Vincent overseeing and getting updates on Rockefeller Foundation projects from various other officers, compiling of a hookworm bibliography, and a trip to the Far East to survey and tour medical education and public health facilities in Asia. He oversees construction of Peking Union Medical College.

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Rockefeller Foundation

Organized according to interview and visit, Vincent talks to various professionals in the field of public health and discusses projects and proposals. As President of the Rockefeller Foundation he is involved in the institutional and administrative duties of the Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Board and China Medical Board. The 1921 diary documents surveying and promotion of medical education in Europe and Asia and the formal opening of Peking Union Medical College.

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Peking Union Medical College

The grants, visits and interviews with professionals in the field of medical education focus on surveying medical schools, teaching methods of medical education, creating medical science, distributing medical literature and laboratory supplies. The diary includes Richard M. Pearce Diary of China Tour 14 April- 17 June 1921.

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Rockefeller Foundation. Division of Studies

Arranged by interview and visit, this diary documents the meetings and conferences Embree had with various professionals in the field of public health. The mission of the Division of Studies is to administer work not included in existing units of the Rockefeller Foundation. The division focuses on work concentrated in human biology and nursing education. Embree surveys human biology university work and nursing education in Asia and Europe.

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Mason, Max (1877-1961)

This diary records Mr. Mason's interviews and meetings with researchers across the United States, meetings with Rockefeller Foundation fellows and native administrators from Chinese universities, and memoranda of internal discussions among staff on Rockefeller Foundation natural science research projects around the globe.

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Rockefeller Foundation. International Health Division

The diary is arranged by interview and visit. George K. Strode is an assistant director of the International Health Division who receives Rockefeller Foundation International Health Division program updates from staff members. He interviews professionals in the field of public health. The diary surveys Rockefeller Foundation International Health Division programs in Europe. Strode also received IHD fellows updates.