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Ann an Anopheles Mosquito Dr. Seuss Booklet
Read the booklet illustrated by Dr. Seuss providing guidance to U.S. Navy personnel in 1943 regarding protection against Malaria.
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(DANFS) Find service descriptions of American naval vessels in the online version of the DANFS.
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