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Mary Mallon in a hospital bed. She was forcibly quarantined as a carrier of typhoid fever in 1907 for three years and then again from 1915 until her death in 1938.

Image source: , where it is credited to the June 20, 1909 issue of The New York American. Hence published pre-1923.

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