This is the grave of Luther Terry. Born in 1911 in Red Level, Alabama, he grew up in what passed for the elite in this very small south Alabama town..
This is the grave of Alfred Hershey. Born in 1908 in Owosso, Michigan, Hershey grew up in Michigan and attended Michigan State University. He graduated from Sparty in 1930 with.
Unidentified subject, onlookers and Dr. Walter Edmondson taking a blood test (NARA, Atlanta, GA) In a racist society, science and technology and medicine automatically becomes racist in practice. It's not.
Molly Worthen is one of our top historians of religion and a frequent writer on the contemporary state of higher education. She has an excellent Times op-ed about how the.
This is the unmarked grave of Rebecca Crumpler. Born as a free woman (I think) in 1831 in Christiana, Delaware, Crumpler grew up in Pennsylvania with an aunt who provided.
Underneath this fallen tree is the grave of Jonas Salk. Born in 1914 in New York City to Jewish parents, Salk at first lived a pretty normal life for that.
This is the grave of Walter Reed. Born in 1851 in Belroi, Virginia to a traveling Methodist minister, Reed largely grew up with his mother's family in North Carolina since.
This sure isn't alarming at all..... Suppose you wanted to do a study of diet and nutrition, with thousands of participants randomly assigned to follow one meal plan or another.