Postcard sent from Max Theiler to his two sisters, Magaret and Gertrud in 1913. Words on postcard: Schützengraben 3, Basel 24/1/13. Dear sisters. I asked mother about you coming to Basel on Fastnacht. She said yes, if Frau Bachmann lets you come. Mother will write to Frau Bachmann soon. So you'll be able to hear soon. Thank you very much for your photo's. You must buy some more printing paper and print some for W. & Wy. Kerny(?). Also some for Ries. As soon you receive this P.C. send me a Pendelbury arithmetic. I remain, Max.
Front of postcard a color picture of Grindelwald, Bernerhaus.
Theiler, Gertrud; De Kock, G.v.d.W.(Published by The Government Printer, Pretoria, 1950)
1. The distribution of I. pilosus has been given in terms of political divisions, as
well as in terms of vegetational coverage.
2. It appears to be associated with sour-veld; sour veld which, in its turn, ...
Theiler, Gertrud; Robinson, Britha N.; Alexander, R.A.; Clark, R.; Louw, J.G.; De Kock, V.E.(Published by The Government Printer, Pretoria, 1954)
I. The ticks from the Belgian Congo have been listed, and the commoner
species plotted on a vegetation map.
II. An attempt has been made to analyse the distribution of the commoner
species which play an economic role ...
Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Transvaal Department of Agriculture(Pretoria: Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1909)
1. The virus Tzaneen has in no instance been virulent for all mules injected; this virulency differs, so to say, from animal to animal; one particular animal seems to influence the virus in such a way that ...