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This is an interview with Mr. Harry Burruss at his home in Gaithersburg, Maryland, April 17, 1986, about his work preparing yellow fever vaccine during World War II. The interviewer is Dr. Victoria A. Harden, NIH Historian.


Harden:           Mr. Burruss, would you talk a bit about your training and how you came to work with the Rockefeller Foundation?


Harden:           Thank you, Mr. Burruss, for talking with me.