Jesse William Lazear was an American physician. Contents. [hide]. 1
Background; 2 Career; 3 See also; 4 References; 5 External links. Background[
Sep 29, 2006 ... When Jesse Lazear died from yellow fever, he left a wife, a newborn child, and
an infant. He also left a lasting contribution to the scientific ...
Nov 2, 2009 ... Jesse Lazear. Description: Jesse Lazear (1866-1900), American physician and
U.S. Army Yellow Fever Commission member, traveled to Cuba ...
Jesse William Lazear, (born May 2, 1866, Baltimore county, Md., U.S.—died Sept.
26, 1900, Quemados, Cuba) American physician and member of the ...
Feb 15, 2011 ... William Lazear was born in Pennsylvania to Jesse Lazear (1804-1877). Jesse
Lazear had a country home called "Windsor Mill Farm" in ...
May 2, 2010 ... Jesse William Lazear was born on May 2, 1866 in Baltimore, Maryland. His early
education was obtained at Trinity Hall, a private school in ...
Aug 28, 2013 ... In the Alumni Memorial Residences on the Homewood Campus, there is a dorm
house named for Jesse Lazear, who was described upon his ...
This was told to me in Panama in 1904 by Dr. T. C. Lyster, who was actually with
Lazear when the insect bit him on the hand; and Lazear then remarked, ...
Dec 7, 2009 ... Jesse Lazear was a member of the U.S. Army's Yellow Fever Commission in
Cuba, a team headed by U.S. Army surgeon Walter Reed and ...
Biography of Jesse Lazear. Jesse W. Lazear was born in Baltimore County,
Maryland, and graduated from the Johns Hopkins University with an A.B. in 1889.