LOUIS PASTEUR REGRETS HE CAN NOT SUPPLY A TICKET TO HIS SOLD OUT SCIENTIFIC LECTURE
PASTEUR, LOUIS. (1822-1895) French chemist and microbiologist.; created the first vaccine for rabies, supported the germ theory of disease, and invented the process of pasteurization. Attractive Autograph Letter Signed, “L. Pastuer,” in French. One page, octavo. Paris, April 23, no year. To an “Admiral”.
DR. BENJAMIN WATERHOUSE. — A VERY RARE AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED FROM THE PIONEER OF VACCINATION IN THE UNITED STATES — HE HELPED ERADICATE SMALL POX
WATERHOUSE, BENJAMIN. (1754-1846). American physician; co-founder and professor of Harvard Medical School; known for being the first doctor to test the smallpox vaccine in the United States, which he carried out on his own family. Very rare Autograph Letter Signed, “Benjn. Waterhouse”. One full page, quarto. Cambridge, January 5, 1799. Very fine condition.