• Cornelius B. Phillip Interview, circa 1984

    Phillip, Cornelius B

    Cornelius Philip discusses Rocky Mountain Laboratories [RML] in Montana during the 1930s. He talks about the Rocky Mountain spotted fever outbreak, which led to the development of the spotted fever va…

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  • Robert N. Phillip Reminiscence, February 1984

    Phillip, Robert N

    In a self-recorded reminiscence, Dr. Robert Philip discusses Rocky Mountain spotted fever and its role in the Bitterroot Valley’s development. He talks about the history of the disease, some of the di…

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  • Sam Maclay Interview, September 1983

    Maclay, Sam

    Sam Maclay describes his family’s history, starting with when his ancestors emigrated from Scotland to the United States, and how they came to the Bitterroot Valley in the early 1900s to homestead. He…

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  • Byron Thrailkill Interview, August 3, 1983

    Thrailkill, Byron

    Byron Thrailkill, born in Bell Crossing, Montana, in 1895, discusses growing up in the Bitterroot Valley. He describes working on the railroads and in the Rocky Mountain Laboratories [RML], a Hamilton…

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  • Glen Kohls Interview, circa 1978

    Kohls, Glen

    Dr. Glen Kohls discusses his career in entomology and disease research at the Rocky Mountain Laboratories from 1927-1969. He talks about the failed project of trying to infest ticks with parasites to…

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  • Nick Kramis Interview, circa 1978

    Kramis, Nick

    Nick Kramis recalls his experiences working for the Rocky Mountain Laboratories starting in the 1930s. He describes the work he did, infesting ticks with parasites in order to reduce the human populat…

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