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  • All fields: Ticks
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    • Colorado Tick Fever Exhibit Panel

    • 1955-07
    • Exhibit panel; Ticks as carriers of disease; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Exhibit panels display Colorado Tick Fever
    • Dr David Lackman's Laboratory Equipment

    • 1947-08
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Lackman, David Buell, 1911-1990; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr Lackman's equipment for the study of the antigenic structure of rickettsiae by physical and chemical means
    • Dr Gordon Davis Laboratory

    • 1938-04-21
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Ticks; Davis, Gordon Ernest, 1889-1977; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr Gordon Davis' laboratory showing jars used in Ornithodoros rearing
    • Dr. Cooley with tick collection

    • 1946
    • Ticks; Cooley, Robert Allen, 1873-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. Robert Cooley's work room. Cooley stands beside his tick collection
    • Dr. Willy Burgdorfer

    • 1954-05
    • Laboratories; Ticks; Relapsing fever; Burgdorfer, William, 1925-2014; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. Willy Burgdorfer inoculating Ornithodoros ticks
    • Dragging for Ticks

    • 1949-07
    • Fieldwork; Q fever; Ticks; Landscape; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dragging for ticks on the USFS remount property where Q fever was first found in the U.S. The area is located at Nine Mile in Missoula County, Mont.
    • Dragging for Ticks

    • 1949-07
    • Fieldwork; Landscape; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dragging for ticks on the USFS Remount property where Q fever was first found in the US in the Nine Mile area, Missoula County
    • Dragging for Ticks

    • 1949-07
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dragging for ticks on the USFS Remount property where Q fever was first found in the US in the Nine Mile area, Missoula County
    • Dragging for Ticks in California

    • 1936
    • Fieldwork; Staff; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dragging for ticks ( Dermacentor occidentalis) in San Bernardino County, California
    • Fieldwork in Colorado in 1931

    • 1931
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Kohls, Glen Milton, 1905-1986; Larson, Carl L., 1909-1978; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Glen M. Kohls and Carl L. Larson (pictured here) in a field scene in Colorado; summer of 1931
    • Fieldwork in Colorado in 1931

    • 1931
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Colorado; Kohls, Glen Milton, 1905-1986; Larson, Carl L., 1909-1978; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Glen Kohls and Carl Larson conducting field studies in Colorado in 1931
    • Fieldwork in Gird's Creek Hills in 1947

    • 1947-07
    • Ticks; Fieldwork; Sargent, Harley G., 1894-1983; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Harley Sargent in coveralls carrying a shotgun at Gird's Creek Hills . Lab truck in picture.
    • Fieldwork, Collecting Blood Samples at Spring Roundup

    • 1949-05
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Staff; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Collecting blood samples and examining cattle for ticks at spring roundup at the Jessup Ranch, Modoc County, California
    • Fieldwork, Examining Rodents for Ticks

    • 1936-04
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Hughes, Lyndahl Gene, 1914-1980; Automobiles; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Lyndahl Gene Hughes examines rodents for ticks in Grants Pass, Oregon County
    • Fieldwork, Tick Collection

    • 1916
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Collecting ticks from a horse at Powderville in eastern Montana
    • Fieldwork, Tick Research in Eastern Montana

    • 1928-30
    • Ticks; Fieldwork; Parasites; Staff; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Wooden plaque warning general public to not disturb areas where parasites were released and conducting experiments in Eastern Montana
    • Group Photograph at Blodgett Canyon in 1929

    • 1929
    • Ticks; Fieldwork; Sargent, Harley G., 1894-1983; Sargent, Harry L., 1899-1963; Kerlee, James David, 1908-1939; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • LeRoy Jones, Harley G. Sargent, Harry L. Sargent, and James Kerlee on "goat rocks", north side of Blodgett Canyon, men looking north
    • Group Photograph of Dr. Kohls and Dr. Jellison in 1932

    • 1932
    • Ticks; Laboratories --Equipment and supplies; Kohls, Glen Milton, 1905-1986; Jellison, William L. (William Livingston), 1906-1995; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dr. Glen Kohls and Dr. William Jellison at their workspace in what was called the tick parasite office room in the Rocky Mountain Laboratory looking northwest
    • Harley Sargent at Gird's Creek Hills

    • 1947-07
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Staff; Sargent, Harley G. 1894-1983; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Research technician Harley Sargent is seen in coveralls conducting field studies for ticks at Gird's Creek hills. He is seen carrying a shot gun with a lab truck in the distance.
    • Illustation of the Horse Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Otocentor nitens Neumann (Horse Tick), female (top) and male (bottom)
    • Illustration of Dermacentor andersoni Life Cycle

    • 1948-08-31
    • Illustrations; Life cycles (Biology); Ticks; Dermacentor andersoni; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Illustration by Demont showing the various stages in the life cycle of Dermacentor andersoni
    • Illustration of Haemaphysalis ornithophila

    • 1959-02
    • Ticks; Kohls, Glen Milton, 1905-1986; Hoogstraal, Harry, 1917-1986; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Line drawings of Haemaphysalis ornithophila by Hoogstraal and Kohls, 1959 (Acarina: Ixodidae)
    • Illustration of the American Dog Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor variabilis Say (American dog tick), female (top) and male (bottom)
    • Illustration of the Pacific Coast Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor occidentalis Marx (Pacific Coast tick), female (top) and male (bottom)
    • Illustration of the Peccary Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor halli McIntosh (Peccary tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the Rabbit Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor parumapertus Neumann (Rabbit tick), female (top) and male (bottom)
    • Illustration of the Rocky Mountain Sheep Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, ThomasJames, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor hunteri Bishop (Rocky Mountain sheep tick), female (top) and male (bottom)
    • Illustration of the Rocky Mountain Wood Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor andersoni Stiles (Rocky Mountain wood tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Illustration of the Winter Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor albipictus Packard (Nigrolineatus form); female (top) and male (bottom)
    • Illustration of the Winter Tick

    • 1932-1937
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas James, 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Medical illustration by Thomas J. Moore of Dermacentor albipictus Packard (Winter tick), female (top) and male (bottom).
    • Ixodology Department

    • 1946-05
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Interior view of the Ixodology department (Ixodes:genus of hard bodied ticks)
    • Painting (Fight for Survival 1), Thomas J. Moore

    • 1947-08
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas J., 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Thomas Moore's painting displayed near secretary Miss Holley's office titled ' Man Against Nature'
    • Painting (Fight for Survival 2),Thomas J. Moore

    • 1947-08
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas J., 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Thomas Moore's painting displayed near secretary Miss Holley's office titled ' Man Against Nature'
    • Painting (Man against nature), Thomas J. Moore

    • 1939-01
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas J., 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Photograph (negative) of Thomas Moore's cartoon titled ' Man Against Nature'
    • Painting (Pandora's Box), Thomas J. Moore

    • 1939-01
    • Ticks; Medical illustration; Moore, Thomas J., 1892-1968; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Photograph (negative) of colored cartoon by Thomas J. Moore titled 'Pandora's Box' showing diseases caused by Rocky Mountain Wood Tick
    • Paralysis caused by tick attachment

    • 1958-06
    • Ticks; Tick paralysis; Tick toxicoses; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Engorged female tick attached to a piece of biopsied scalp taken from a 3 year old Indian girl from Driggs, Idaho. The girl died of tick paralysis at Idaho Falls hospital.
    • Portrait of C B Philip

    • 1953-02
    • Portraits; Philip, Cornelius Becker, 1900-1987; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.); Ticks;
    • Dr C. B. Philip examining some ticks that are attached under a capsule on the calf
    • Preparing to Enter Tick Infested Area

    • 1953-07
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Automobiles; Staff; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Two field workers preparing to enter tick infested area. Photo shows man with closed bottom clothing, a good protection against tick bite. Woman is shown applying tick repellant.
    • Relapsing Fever Exhibit Panel

    • 1955-07
    • Exhibit panel; Ticks as carries of disease; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Exhibit panels display Relapsing Fever
    • Relapsing Fever Site

    • 1938-09-18
    • Fieldwork; Staff; Ticks as carriers of disease; Buildings; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Exterior of house where two cases of relapsing fever occurred in Jefferson County, Colorado
    • Relapsing Fever Site

    • 1938-09-18
    • Fieldwork; Buildings; Ticks as carriers of disease; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Exterior of house where two cases of relapsing fever occurred
    • Researcher dragging for ticks

    • 1941-04-19
    • Biology--Fieldwork; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Researcher dragging for ticks with a white drag cloth
    • Researcher using the dragging method for ticks

    • 1941-04-19
    • Biology--Fieldwork; Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • A researcher uses the dragging method for ticks. The drag-flag method for sampling helps identify density of tick population in a area.
    • Testing material for effectiveness as tick repellents

    • 1947-03
    • Ticks; Repellents --Testing; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Testing the effectiveness of tick repellents. Subject is wearing white socks so that ticks will be as visible as possible.
    • Tick Collection

    • 1940-11
    • Laboratories; Ticks; Kohls, Glen Milton, 1905-1986; Cooley, Robert Allen, 1873-1965; Rocky Mountain Laboratory ( Ravalli County, Mont)
    • View of Tick Collection, Second Floor, Building 2, Robert Cooley and Glen Kohls in picture
    • Tick Dipping Vat

    •  
    • Cattle dip; Ticks; Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Scene at the tick dipping vat. Cattle go through the process in Bitter Root Valley.
    • Tick Infestation in Blodgett Creek

    • 1922
    • Ticks; Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Ticks as carriers of disease; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Tick infestation areas in the Blodgett Creek region and landmark diagram showing intensive areas
    • Tick Infestation in Mill Creek

    • 1922
    • Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Ticks; Ticks as carriers of disease; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Tick infestation areas in the Mill Creek region and landmark diagram showing intensive areas
    • Tick Infestation on Elk

    • 1952-03
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Elk--Parasites; Elk--Diseases; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dermacentor albipictus infestation presumed to be the primary cause of death of the host, a yearling elk. 1373 ticks were picked from the hide of the host animal showing the massive infestation of ticks. The dead elk was found nearly seven miles...
    • Tick Infestation on Elk

    • 1952-03
    • Fieldwork; Ticks; Elk--Parasites; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Dermacentor albipictus infestation presumed to be the primary cause of death of the host, a yearling elk. 1373 ticks were picked from the hide of the host animal showing the massive infestation of ticks. The dead elk was found nearly seven miles...
    • Tick Paralysis in Bison

    • 1951-11-04
    • Tick paralysis; Bison; Ranching--Montana; Fieldwork; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Photo shows 6 paralyzed yearling bison out of a herd of 10 yearlings and 5 cows. Ticks are being removed from their body.
    • Tick Paralysis in Bison

    • 1951-11-04
    • Tick paralysis; Bison; Buffalo; Ranching--Montana; Fieldwork; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Paralyzed young bison being clipped to expose ticks for picking and application of chlordane solution on R Schall Ranch near Arlee, Lake County, Montana
    • Ticks being removed from fur and hide of moose calf killed by infestation

    • 1959-04
    • Fieldwork--Biology ; Ticks ; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.); Moose
    • Ticks - Dermacentor albipictus and Dermacentor andersoni being removed from a moose calf that may have died from heavy infestation. The moose was found on Skalkaho Highway, Ravalli County, MT. Not in picture : Dr. Jakob A. Gaon of Yugoslavia and Dr...
    • Ticks being removed from fur and hide of moose calf killed by infestation

    • 1959-04
    • Fieldwork--Biology; Ticks; Moose; Philip, Cornelius Becker, 1900-1987; Gaon, Jakob Avram, 1914-1995; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Ticks - Dermacentor albipictus and Dermacentor andersoni being removed from a moose calf that may have died from heavy infestation. The moose was found on Skalkaho Highway, Ravalli County, MT. In the picture (left to right): Dr. Jakob A. Gaon of...
    • Ticks that transmit spotted fever to man

    • 1947-04
    • Ticks; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.); Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
    • A plate showing three ticks that transmit spotted fever to man-- Dermacentor andersoni, Dermacentor variabilis and Dermacentor americanum. Picture shows males on left, females on right
    • Vaccination Technique

    • 1938-04-22
    • Staff; Ticks, Vaccines; Kerlee, James David, 1908-1939; Jones, Philip Leroy, 1909-1944; Laboratory animals; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Philip LeRoy Jones and J Kerlee administer an immunity test. Guinea pig is innoculated with infected blood. The picture also shows the animal cages housed at RML
    • Vaccine Production, Grinding Ticks

    • 1938-10
    • Laboratories--Equipment and supplies; Ticks; Vaccines; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Photograph taken to show method of grinding ticks by hand with mortar and pestle for vaccine production. Close up of mortar containing ticks.
    • Vaccine Storage

    • 1937-06
    • Ticks; Vaccines; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Interior of cold storage refrigerator showing Rocky Mountain spotted fever vaccine in stock
    • Wyoming counties RMSF Prevalence

    • 1926
    • Rocky Mountain spotted fever; Ticks--Charts and diagram; Rocky Mountain Laboratory (Ravalli County, Mont.)
    • Rocky Mountain spotted fever prevalence information by county in Wyoming

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