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1918 Influenza on Delmarva: Online Exhibits

Closing in on a Killer: Scientists Unlock Clues to the Spanish Influenza Virus

This online exhibit is from the National Museum of Health and Medicine. It was originally an exhibit from 1997 and documented the efforts of pathologist Dr. Jeffrey Taubenberger to recreate the 1918 influenza virus.

Library of Congress - Influenza Pandemic

This Library of Congress collection has a few photographs, flyers, and letters from 1918 focused on the pandemic. The above flyer is an example of the archival material this small collection contains.

America During the 1918 Influenza Pandemic Exhibition from DPLA

This online exhibition contains letters, charts, photographs, and newspapers from 1918 documenting the pandemic in America. The above letter is one of several primary documents included in the exhibit.

National Archives - The Influenza Epidemic of 1918

The National Archives have put together a collection of documents centered around the 1918 Influenza Pandemic, including a book of patient names from South Beach, Washington.