Hog Cholera Serum Production, number 1
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"Another veterinary hospital was built in 1908, located on what is now the corner of Spence and Roberts streets at the east end of the present new engineering building. A year later when the east wing became the anti-hog cholera serum Laboratory. This space was used for that purpose until 1917 when a new anti-hog cholera serum Laboratory was constructed on what is now the corener of Roberts and Bizzell streets. "
DescriptionMan sits on a stool near a rolling hospital table with a hog in a wooden crate. He is holding a tube attached to a bottle and the pigs ear. Writing on the photo or group of photos: ' College Station, Tx. 1916. Injecting hog cholera blood into the ear vein of an immune hog to cholera. This process is balled hpering. The virulent cholera blood injected causes the body cells to react and protective substances making its serum valuable in protecting susceptible pigs against cholera. ' Physical description: Black and white print (photograph) 12.5x18mm; caption on back.
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College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (1916). Hog Cholera Serum Production, number 1. Available electronically from