Additional References: Branch History and Early Philadelphia Bacteriologists
1. Brochure on the Branch 500th Meeting Event, 14 December 1987, Branch Archive Collection
2. Brochure on Branch 600th Meeting Event 14, September 1998, Branch Archive Colletion
3. Bucher, C. J. Introductory Remarks, Roundtable on Bacteriological History, Society of American Bacteriologists, General Meeting 13 May 1947. ASM Branch Archives Manuscript collection.
4. Clark, F. Pioneer Microbiologists of America. 1961, The University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.
5. Cohen, Barnett Chronicles of the Society of American Bacteriologists 1899-1950. Society of American Bacteriologists, 1950.
6. Corner, George W. Two Centuries of Medicine, A History of the School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. 1965 J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia.
7. Cowgil, D. Bruce A Brief History of the William Pepper Laboratory of Clinical Medicine. Typed manuscript dated 3 March 1969, Branch Archive Collection.
8. McFarland, Joseph The Beginning of Bacteriology in Philadelphia, Bulletin of the Institute of the History of Medicine, 1937. 5:149-198.
9. Miller, Linda A., H. E. Morton and J. A. Poupard (ed) A History of the Eastern Pennsylvania Branch of the ASM 1920-1987. 1987 Branch Publication.
10. Morton, H. E. A History of the Eastern Pennsylvania Branch of the ASM, A Personal Review, in L. A. Miller, H. E. Morton and J. A. Poupard (ed) A History of the Eastern Pennsylvania Branch of the ASM 1920-1987. 1987 Branch Publication, Branch Archives collection.
11. Mulford, H. K, Letter to Joseph McFarland, 24 February 1937, ASM Archive McFarland Collection.
12. Poupard, J. A. A History of Microbiology in Philadelphia 1880 to 2010 – Including a Detailed History of the Eastern Pennsylvania Branch of the ASM from 1920 to 2010. Xlibris Corp., Bloomington, IN, 2010.
13. Schadler, Russel “Department of Microbiology” chapter 7, p 203-220, in Fredrick B. Wagner, Jr., Thomas Jefferson University: Traditions and Heritage, 1989, Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia
14. Sierbert, Florence B. The History of Bacteriology of Tuberculosis in Philadelphia, in History of Bacteriology in the Philadelphia Area, presented at the Forty-seventh General Meeting of the Society of American Bacteriologists, 13 May 1947, Eastern Pennsylvania Branch Archives Manuscript Collection.
15. Walsh, Lori R. and James A. Poupard, Lydia Rabinowitsch, PhD, and the Emergence of Clinical Pathology in Late 19th-Century America. 1989. Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, 113:1303-1308.
16. Warren, Leonard Joseph Leidy: The Last Man Who Knew Everything, 1998, Yale University Press, New Haven.