Typhoid Mary the most dangerous woman in America
"When six members of a wealthy family contracted typhoid fever in ... August 1906, one question puzzled everyone: how would such an upscale summer enclave become infected with this hightly contagious 'slum disease'? Hired to perform the bacterials detective work, George Soper soon discovered the source of the outbreak was Mary Mallon, a 37-year-old Irish immigrant cook he feared was a 'walking typhoic fever factoy"--Container label.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Victor Farmington Library||DVD 614.5 TYP (Text)