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Aguirre, Lorenzo. “El Soldado de Nápoles.” El Figaro. 1918. Wikimedia. commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ultima_hora.tif. Accessed 5 June 2018.

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Artpuppy. “Comic Book Style Crowd In Fear – Illustration.” 2013. Istockphoto. istockphoto.com/vector/comic-book-style-crowd-in-fear-gm452144857-25699664. Accessed 5 June 2018.

Bagaria, Luis. “Biologists And The Spanish Flu Microbe.” El Sol. 1918. Wikimedia. commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Biologos.tif. Accessed 5 June 2018.

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Gamble, Vanessa Northington. ““There Wasn't a Lot of Comforts in Those Days:” African Americans, Public Health, and the 1918 Influenza Epidemic.” PubMed Central. U.S. National Library of Medicine. 2010. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2862340/. Accessed 6 June 2018.

Harris & Ewing via Library of Congress Website. “Walter Reed Hospital Flu Ward.” 1918-1919. Wikimedia. commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:SpanishFluWardWalterReed.jpg. Accessed 5 June 2018.

Hine, Lewis Wickes. “A spinner in the Mollahan Mills, Newberry, S.C.” 1908. Library of Congress. Flickr. flickr.com/photos/pingnews/491323591/in/photolist-Kqaop-od9GnP-cKUZod-4dqAsC-Kq5LG-odqBL2-od7Lsq-cKXUgN-fF6A8u-apzNhJ-JWmYY-owkZoL-daFqFh-Kqaqz-ouQbfa-odjHqb-cqoE9Y-4dqzuh-Ay9DRP-SDndxS-T2MEnP-oujqGw-cqroaY-ownjJZ-cqoD9U-oukenv-odm7tS-ouQJyw-7JKVF6-oujjNC-cqoDts-oeXDrY-qzFanV-tDA818-cqoMfU-cqoMv7-oeRgpz-oujo7w-od8Qbe-Kq5Gy-owsFEf-oeRjk3-oeThod-ot1KH9-ov24JU-ownTs6-AfcvQg-5pxfTP-od9DVc-ouowuL. Accessed 5 June 2018.

Hine, Lewis Wickes. “The Spinning Room.” 1916. Library of Congress. Flickr. flickr.com/photos/pingnews/491323717/in/photolist-Kqaqz-ouQbfa-JPnqj-odjHqb-oujqGw-cqoE9Y-owpM4R-cqroaY-owsFEf-B9MB3U-4dqzCQ-9GGUJy-cqoD9U-oeRjk3-4dqzuh-oeXyRB-odm7tS-ouQJyw-7JKVF6-oujjNC-ot1KH9-tDA818-cqoMfU-oeRqg2-oeRyJ4-ov24JU-qzFanV-Kq5Gy-ov1Nhw-ownpc8-cqoLSW-cqoMv7-oeWmS8-cqoDts-5pxfTP-od9DVc-ouowuL-odyZhR-88yv9E-ow7hde-cqroTJ-odxBsd-oeYunx-ouMLro-owm52J-of287b-oeRyvZ-owfaR3-ow7w2g-ouQqRY. Accessed 5 June 2018.

Hine, Lewis Wickes. “This little girl like many others in this state is so small she has to stand on a box to reach her machine ...” 1910. Library of Congress. Flickr. flickr.com/photos/library_of_congress/7985822062/in/photolist-daFqFh-Kqaqz-ouQbfa-JPnqj-odjHqb-oujqGw-cqoE9Y-owpM4R-cqroaY-owsFEf-B9MB3U-4dqzCQ-9GGUJy-cqoD9U-oeRjk3-4dqzuh-oeXyRB-odm7tS-ouQJyw-7JKVF6-oujjNC-ot1KH9-tDA818-cqoMfU-oeRqg2-oeRyJ4-ov24JU-qzFanV-Kq5Gy-ov1Nhw-ownpc8-cqoLSW-cqoMv7-oeWmS8-cqoDts-5pxfTP-od9DVc-ouowuL-odyZhR-88yv9E-ow7hde-cqroTJ-odxBsd-oeYunx-ouMLro-owm52J-of287b-oeRyvZ-owfaR3-ow7w2g. Accessed 5 June 2018.

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Midnight Believer. “Farmers.” 1933. Flickr. flickr.com/photos/144957155@N06/37138477270/in/photolist-YzNppC-21AxP8C-22YLGKX-EG1eMn-dkCjSP-EFYKta-23ggBMA-21A7rS1-21A6kJw-EExDec-Di1VBM-CJw5Rn-24h4V61-EGfQ4k-HhSpJD-GbVu59-24jEaev-23guaoC-22YShjk-23gHiAo-EEyGnz-6pEWNU-24hwoBm-4jyk59-EEK7Qn-24hc2Xo-nWPBf1-9r4Aat-GbP5s1-GeJ5tf-23eND9J-231bBxD-bSCqmc-21zZ8HQ-EHn56k-24m46VK-bAdC1N-24nA1Nc-21yRqhy-24hp2aC-231if2P-NZtfnM-EFRCTv-21V9RBT-21A8jXN-231iavp-23gcjeY-24nsQ5c-23eQ1Cd-Q17CN5. Accessed 5 June 2018.

Navy Medicine. “USNH, Mare Island, Cal. Scene on ward during influenza epidemic.” 1918. 12-0137-009 influenza. Wikimedia. commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:12-0137-009_influenza_(7839585384).jpg. Accessed 5 June 2018.

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Rogers, Edward A. “1918 flu epidemic: the Oakland Municipal Auditorium in use as a temporary hospital.” 1918. Oakland Public Library. Wikimedia. commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1918_flu_in_Oakland.jpg. Accessed 5 June 2018.

South Carolina State Government. Reports Of State Officers Boards And Committees To The General Assembly To The State Of South Carolina. Columbia, S.C. 1918. South Carolina Department of Archives and History. Print.

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