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Man spraying kerosene oil into ponds, water-filled trenches, etc., to protect against mosquitoes carrying malaria. 1912.

Name of Expedition: Panama Canal Zone
Participants: Seth E. Meek, Samuel F. Hildebrand
Expedition Start Date: 1911
Expedition End Date: 1912
Purpose or Aims: Zoology (Fishes)
Location: Central America, Panama, Canal Zone

Original material: Hand-colored Lantern Slide
Digital Identifier: CSZ33982c

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