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In Years Past

September 20, 2013
The Post-Journal

In 1913, the regular meeting of the Jamestown board of health was held in City Hall Friday evening. The report of the health officer, Dr. John J. Mahoney, was submitted, showing three cases of typhoid fever. One case was located on English Street, one on Flagg Avenue and one on West Eighth Street. The first named case probably developed at Chautauqua. The two other cases were being treated at Jones General Hospital. A case of infantile paralysis was reported at Clyde Avenue and a case of erysipelas at Front Street. Four cases of whooping cough and three of pulmonary tuberculosis were reported since the previous meeting of the board.

 
 
 

 

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