|Collection||National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases|
|Title||Robert Huebner and William Jellison at Kew Gardens field laboratory|
|Caption||Robert Huebner dissecting a mouse|
Dr. Robert Huebner at work in the U.S. Public Health Service’s field laboratory in the Kew Gardens apartment complex in New York. Dr. Huebner is using scissors and forceps to dissect a mouse. Of note, protective clothing such as gloves or masks are not in use. Dr. Huebner and Dr. William Jellison are in the laboratory. Jellison served as an entomologist with the Rocky Mountain Laboratory. Dr. Huebner was a researcher at the National Microbiological Institute’s Laboratory of Infectious Diseases. Huebner and Jellison were sent to Kew Gardens in New York City to help investigate an outbreak of rickettsialpox.
|Number of images||2|
|Place||New York, NY|
|Source||Dr. Robert Traub|
|Year Range from||1940|
|Year Range to||1950|
|Organizations||NIH; NIAID, Laboratory of Infectious Diseases|
|Buildings||Kew Gardens Apartments|
Huebner, Robert J.
Jellison, William L.