Abstract

Reprints (1924-1985) of journal articles by David Bruce Dill, physiologist and informal director (1927-1946) of the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory, director (1947-1961) of medical research for the U.S. Army Chemical Research and Development Laboratory, and director of the Laboratory of Patho-Environmental Physiology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Also included are articles documenting research at the Fatigue Laboratory by other physiologists and visiting researchers, as well as miscellaneous photographs of physiologists such as L.J. Henderson and Joseph Barcroft. The materials are arranged in three series: 1) HARVARD FATIGUE LABORATORY REPRINTS, 2) DAVID BRUCE DILL REPRINTS and 3) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS.

Historical Background

The Harvard Fatigue Laboratory, conceived in 1926 by Lawrence J. Henderson, began operation in the fall of 1927 as a laboratory of human physiology in the Harvard Graduate School of Business. The founding committee included Henderson; Wallace Donham, dean of the Business School; William Morton Wheeler, professor of entomology at Harvard College; David T. Edsall, dean of the Medical School; Elton Mayo, professor of industrial research in the Business School; and Arlie Bock, of the Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital. The Fatigue Laboratory sought to study the interrelationship of biophysical and biochemical activities, the phenomena of fatigue and similar conditions, differences in the physiological pattern, and physiological experiences as sociological data. Research topics included the physical chemistry of blood, exercise physiology, nutritional interactions, aging, and the stresses of high altitude and climate.

David Bruce Dill was unofficially appointed to organize and direct the program of the Laboratory and held an assistant professorship (1927-1936) in biochemistry at the School of Public Health and professorships (1927-1947) in industrial physiology at the Harvard Business School. He continued at Harvard as a visiting lecturer in physiology until 1961. Dill was the scientific leader of the International High-Altitude Expedition to Chile in 1935.

The laboratory was equipped with several treadmills, climatic room, cold room, altitude chamber, and animal room. The first high-altitude study was conducted in 1929 and the first desert study in 1932. Researchers during the early years included Bill Consolazio, J.H. Talbott, W.H. Forbes, David Bruce Dill, and Steven Horvath. The laboratory attracted numerous foreign fellows and U.S. physiologists.

During the war, the laboratory carried on research funded by the government, although many staff members took military commissions and worked in wartime research programs. L.J. Henderson died in 1942 and by that time most of the founding committee members had retired. After the war, several factors contributed to the closure of the laboratory, including the loss of University financial support, the University's policy against the use of government support and the departure of senior staff members to more stable positions. In 1946, the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory was dissolved and its assets turned over to the School of Public Health.

In 1947, Dill was appointed director (1947-1961) of medical research for the U.S. Army Chemical Research and Development Laboratory. After his retirement at the age of 70, he was Research Scholar (1961-1966) at Indiana University. From 1966 to 1976, Dill was research professor at the Desert Research Institute of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. There he directed the Laboratory of Patho-Environmental Physiology were he replicated the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory with visiting professors and Boulder City high school science students.

Dill died in 1986.

Scope and Content

The David Bruce Dill/ Harvard Fatigue Laboratory Reprints collection contains reprints of journal articles and publications written by Dill during his research career at the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory, U.S. Army Chemical Research and Development Laboratory and the Laboratory of Patho-Environmental Physiology. Also included are journal articles based on research conducted at the Fatigue Laboratory by other physiologists and visiting researchers. The materials are arranged in three series: 1) HARVARD FATIGUE LABORATORY REPRINTS, 2) DAVID BRUCE DILL REPRINTS and 3) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS.

SERIES 1: HARVARD FATIGUE LABORATORY REPRINTS

This series, arranged chronologically, begins with bibliographies and summary lists of Fatigue Laboratory publications, as well as the syllabus of methods employed at the facility. While Dill appears as the author or joint author of most of the reprints, many represent the work of colleagues and visiting researchers. The article entitled "Harvard Fatigue Laboratory, " published in the HARVARD ALUMNI BULLETIN in 1935, outlines the founding concepts of the laboratory. Research articles that grew out of the Fatigue Laboratory's participation in the International High-Altitude Expedition to Chile in 1935 are also represented.

SERIES 2: DAVID BRUCE DILL REPRINTS

The DAVID BRUCE DILL REPRINTS series, arranged chronologically, contains articles by Dill written either before or after his participation at the Fatigue Laboratory. The bulk of the materials document Dill's desert research at the Laboratory of Patho-Environmental Physiology. In addition to his scientific publications, Dill wrote historical and biographical sketches on numerous colleagues including Wlodzimierz Missiuro (1969), Percy Millard Dawson (1970), F.G. Hall (1971), Carlos Monge M. (1973), Thorne Martin Carpenter (1975), L.J. Henderson (1977), and Arlie V. Bock (1985). In 1967, he wrote a short history of the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory entitled "Harvard Fatigue Laboratory: Its Development, Contributions, and Demise." Undated articles are located at the end of the series.

SERIES 3: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS series contains a biographical sketch of Dill by his daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth and Steven Horvath. Also included are miscellaneous photographs of physiologists, one of which Dill used to illustrate his 1967 history of the Fatigue Laboratory.

HARVARD FATIGUE LABORATORY REPRINTS

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11 Lists of reprints.
12 Syllabus of Methods Employed in the Fatigue Laboratory of Harvard Business School and the Medical... Pages 1-59.
13 Syllabus of Methods Employed in the Fatigue Laboratory of Harvard Business School and the Medical... Pages 60-189.
14 Blood as a Physiochemical System, II, 1924. March. By L.J. Henderson, et al.
15 Blood as a Physiochemical System, III: Deductions Concerning the Capillary Exchange, 1925. September. By L.J. Henderson and C.D. Murray.
16 Blood as a Physiochemical System, IV, 1927. May. By D.B. Dill, et al.
17 Blood as a Physiochemical System, V: The Composition and Respiratory Exchange of Normal Human Blood During..., 1927. June. By A.V. Bock, et al.
18 Carbon Dioxide Equilibrium in Alveolar Air and Arterial Blood, II: Resting Subjects, 1927. August. By D. B. Dill, et al.
19 Carbon Dioxide Equilibrium in Alveolar Air and Arterial Blood, III: Exercising Subjects, 1927. August. By D. B. Dill, et al.
110 Blood as a Physiochemical System, VI: The Composition and Respiratory Exchanges of Human Blood in Terminal..., 1927. October. By L.J. Henderson, et al.
111 Blood as a Physiochemical System, VII: The Composition and Respiratory Exchanges of Human Blood in Terminal..., 1927. October. With D.B. Dill, et al.
112 Studies in Muscular Activity, V: Changes and Adaptions in Running, 1928. July. By J.H. Talbott, et al.
113 Studies in Muscular Activity, I-IV, 1928. October 28. With By A.V. Bock, et al.
114 Bilanzuntersuchung einer Salmiakazidose, 1929. By H. Dennig, et al.
115 Alkaline Reserve and Oxygen Capacity of Arterial and of Venous Blood, 1929. March. By L.M. Hurxthal, et al.
116 Blood as a Physiochemical System, VII: Diabetic Coma, 1929. March. By D.B. Dill, et al.
117 Oxygen Dissociation Curves and Sodium and Potassium Distribution, 1929. October. By D.B. Dill and J.H. Talbott.
118 On the Partial Pressures of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide in Arterial Blood and Alveolar Air, 1929. November 25. By A.V. Bock, et al.
119 Studies in Muscular Activity, VI: Response of Several Individuals to a Fixed Task, 1930. May 31. By D.B. Dill, et al.
120 Blood as a Physiochemical System, IX: The Carbon Dioxide Dissociation Curves of Oxygenated Human Blood, 1930. June. By L.J. Henderson, et al.
121 Validity of Minimal Principles in Physiology, 1930. July 20. By Paul Bauer.
122 Oxygen Utilization in the Legs of Normal Men, I: Effect of Posture, 1930. August. By M. Florkin, et al.
123 Physiology of Life at High Altitudes, 1930. October. By Ancel Keys.
124 Physical Performance in Relation to External Temperature, 1931. By H.T. Edwards, et al.
125 Adaptions of the Organism to Changes in Oxygen Pressure, 1931. January 21. By D.B. Dill, et al.
126 Effect of Acidosis and Alkalosis upon Capacity for Work, 1931. February 20. By H. Dennig, et al.
127 Effect of Regional Sympathectomy upon Muscle Glycogen, 1931. February. By S. Dworkin, et al.
128 Physiochemical Properties of Crocodile Blood (Crocodilus acutus Cuvier), 1931. February. By D.B. Dill and H.T. Edwards
129 Blood as a Physiochemical System X: The Physiochemical Properties of Oxygenated Human Blood, 1931. March. By L.J. Henderson, et al.
130 Respiration and Metabolism in a Young Crocodile (Crocodylus acutus Cuvier), 1931. March 31. By D.B. Dill and H.T. Edwards.
131 Blood Sugar, Urine Sugar and Urine Protein in Exercise, 1931. September. By H.T. Edwards, et al.
132 Composition of Blood in the Artery, in the Internal Jugular Vein and in the Femoral Vein During Oxygen Want, 1931. October. By A. Myerson, et al.
133 Study of Leucocytosis in Exercise, 1932. By H.T. Edwards and W.B. Wood.
134 Properties of the Blood of the Skate (Raia Oscillata), 1932. February. By D.B. Dill, et al.
135 Lactic Acid in the Blood of Resting Man, 1932. July. By A.V. Bock, et al.
136 Studies in Muscular Activity, VII: Factors Limiting the Capacity for Work, 1932. December 19. By D.B. Dill, et al.
137 Mechanisms for Dissipating Heat in Man and Dog, 1933. April. By D.B. Dill, et al.
138 Heat Cramps: A Clinical and Chemical Study, 1933. May. By John H. Talbott and Jost Michelsen.
139 Reports of Round Table Meetings - Personnel Conference of February 7-8, 1933.
140 Salt Economy in Extreme Dry Heat, 1933. May. By D.B. Dill, et al.
141 Physiological Responses to High Environmental Temperature, 1933. July. By J.H. Talbott, et al.
142 Resume of Some Physiological Reactions to High External Temperature, 1933. August 31. By A.V. Bock, et al.
143 First Dissociation Constant, pK'1, of Carbonic Acid in Hemoglobin Solutions and Its Relation to the..., 1933. October. With Rodolfo Margaria and Arda Green.
144 Possible Mechanisms of Contracting and Paying Oxygen Debt and the Role of Lactic Acid in Muscular Contraction, 1933. December. By R. Margaria, et al.
145 Combustibles de l'Activite Musculaire, 1934. By D.B. Dill, et al.
21 Metabolic Rate: Blood Sugar and the Utilization of Carbohydrate, 1934. April. By H.T. Edwards, et al.
22 Sources of Energy in Muscular Work Performed in Anaerobic Conditions, 1934. May. By R. Margaria and H.T. Edwards.
23 Factors Influencing the Reduction of Alkaline Copper Reagents by Glucose, 1934. July. By W.H. Forbes and A. Andreen-Svedberg.
24 Tobacco Smoking in Relation to Blood Sugar, Blood Lactic and Metabolism, 1934. July. By D.B. Dill, et al.
25 Methods for the Determination of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Nitrogen in Sea Water, 1934. August. By August Krogh and Ancel Keys.
26 Harvard Fatigue Laboratory, 1935.
27 Blood Sugar Regulation Exercise, 1935. February. By D.B. Dill, et al.
28 Effects of Adrenalin Injection in Moderate Work, 1935. February. By D.B. Dill, et al.
29 Behavior of the Plasma Colloids in Recovery from Brief Severe Work and the Question as to the Permeability..., 1935. April. By Ancel Keys and Henry Taylor.
210 Determination of the Colloidal Osmotic Pressure in Blood Serum and Similar Fluids, 1935. April. By Ancel Keys and Henry Taylor.
211 On the Relation Between the Heart Rate During Exercise and That of the Immediate Post-Exercise Period, 1935. April. By F.S. Cotton and D.B. Dill.
212 Oxygen Dissociation Curves of Bird Blood, 1935. April. By E. Hohwu Christensen and D.B. Dill.
213 Properties of Reptilian Blood, II: The Gila Monster (Heloderma suspectum Cope), 1935. April 20. By H.T. Edwards and D.B. Dill.
214 Properties of Reptilian Blood, III: The Chuckwalla (Sauromalus obesus Baird), 1935. April 20. By D.B. Dill, et al.
215 Properties of Reptilian Blood, IV: The Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis Daudin), 1935. June 20. By D.B. Dill and H.T. Edwards.
216 Electrolyte Balance in Acute Gout, 1935. July. By J.H. Talbott, et al.
217 Properties of the Blood of the Domestic Fowl, 1935. July. By Vincent Morgan and Donald Chichester.
218 Organic Metabolism of Sea-Water with Special Reference to the Ultimate Food Cycle in the Sea, 1935. August. By Ancel Keys, et al.
219 Heat Cramps, 1935. September. By John H. Talbott.
220 Keeping in Condition by Using Salt, 1935. September. By P.H. Kennedy, M.D.
221 Energy Requirement in Strenuous Muscular Exercise, 1935. September 12. By H.T. Edwards, et al.
222 Analysis of Recovery from Anaerobic Work, 1936. By D.B. Dill, et al.
223 Andean Village Life, 1936. By D.B. Dill.
224 Heart Rate of the Sympathectomized Dog in Rest and Exercise, 1936. By L. Brouha, et al.
225 Practice of Medicine as Applied to Sociology, 1936. By L.J. Henderson.
226 Studies at High Altitudes, II: Morphology and Oxygen Combining Capacity of the Blood, 1936. By J.H. Talbott.
227 Vida Grandes Alturas, 1936. By Ancel Keys.
228 Studies on Myoglobin, I: The Solubility of Myoglobin in Concentrated Ammonium Sulfate Solutions, 1936. January. By Vincent Morgan.
229 Economy of Muscular Exercise, 1936. April. By D.B. Dill.
230 Position of the Oxygen Dissociation Curve of Human Blood at High Altitude, 1936. April. By Ancel Keys, et al.
231 Calcium Changes in the Plasma Resulting from Brief Severe Work and the Question of Permeability of the..., 1936. May. By Ancel Keys and Lester Adelson.
232 Gas Equilibria in the Lungs at High Altitudes, 1936. May. By D.B. Dill, et al.
233 Respiratory Responses to Changes in Air Density, 1936. May. By D.B. Dill, et al.
234 Problem in Industrial Physiology and Medicine, 1936. Summer. By John Talbott.
235 Blood Changes in Exercise, 1936. June. By D.B. Dill.
236 Blood Sugar and Glucose Tolerance at High Altitudes, 1936. July. By W.H. Forbes.
237 Lactic Acid in Rest and Work at High Altitude, 1936. July. By H.T. Edwards.
238 Pyruvic Acid in Urine After Hard Exercise, 1936. August 7. By R.E. Johnson and H.T. Edwards.
239 Comparative Physiology in High Altitudes, 1936. August 20. By F.G. Hall, et al.
240 Effects of Social Environment, 1936. September. By L.J. Henderson and Elton Mayo.
241 Industrial Fatigue, 1936. September. By D.B. Dill, et al.
242 Metabolism of Alcohol in Man at High Altitudes, 1936. September. By R.A. McFarland and W.H. Forbes.
243 Urate Distribution in Blood, 1936. September. By John Talbott and Jane Sherman.
244 Clinical Observations at High Altitude, 1936. November. By John Talbott and D.B. Dill.
245 Kreislauf in groben Hohen, 1937. By E. Hohwu Christensen and W.H. Forbes.
246 Etude Sur le Rythme Cardiaque Pendant l'Exercise. Avec l'Age et l'Entrainement, 1937. By D.B. Dill and L. Brouha.
247 Comportement Cardio-Vasculaire Des Differents Sujets Dans La Pratique des Sports, 1937. By L. Brouha and D.B. Dill.
248 Renal Function in Exercise, 1937. By H.T. Edwards, et al.
249 Sauerstaffaufnahme und respiratorische Funktionen in groben Hohen, 1937. By E. Hohwu Christensen.
250 pK' of Serum and Red Cells, 1937. February. By D.B. Dill, et al.
251 Salt Economy in Humid Heat, 1937. February. By C. Daly and D.B. Dill.
252 Rate of Lactic Acid Removal in Exercise, 1937. March. By E.V. Newman, et al.
253 Considerations sur la Fatigue dans le Travail Industriel, 1937. March 7. By D.B. Dill.
254 Lactate and Pyruvate in Blood and Urine After Exercise, 1937. April. By R.E. Johnson and H.T. Edwards.
255 New Records in Human Power, 1937. April 23. By S. Robinson, et al.
256 Blood as a Physiochemical System, XI: Man at Rest, 1937. May. By D.B. Dill, et al.
257 Blood as a Physiochemical System, XII: Man at High Altitudes, 1937. May. By D.B. Dill, et al.
258 Ill Effects of Heat Upon Workmen, 1937. June. By J.H. Talbott, et al.
259 Acute Mountain Sickness; The Effect of Ammonium Chloride, 1937. July. By E.S. Guzman, et al.
260 Electrolyte Balance During Recovery from Mercury Bichloride Poisoning, 1937. August. By John Talbott, et al.
261 Effects of Prolonged Exposures to Altitudes of 8,000 to 12,000 Feet During Trans-Pacific Flights, 1937. December. By R.A. McFarland and H.T. Edwards.
262 Experimentally Induced Asphyxiation in Cardiac Patients, 1937. December. By A. Graybiel, et al.
263 Influence of Moderate Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Upon the Ability to Drive Automobiles, 1937. December. By W.H. Forbes, et al.
264 Physiological Patterns and Mental Disturbances, 1937. December 18. By John Thompson, et al.
31 Effects of Adrenal Cortical Extract in Rest and Work, 1938. February. By Vladimir Missiuro, et al.
32 Comparative Study of the Effects of Reduced Oxygen Pressure on Man During Acclimatization, 1938. March. By R.A. McFarland and D.B. Dill.
33 Acid-Base Balance of the Blood in a Patient with Hysterical Hyperventilation, 1938. May. By John Talbott, et al.
34 Distribution of Lactic Acid Between Blood and Muscle of Rats, 1938. May. By E.V. Newman.
35 Oxygen Want and Intracranial Pressure: A Preliminary Report, 1938. May. By J. Michelsen and J.W. Thompson.
36 Across the Peruvian Andes, 1938. June. By John H. Talbott.
37 Metabolic Studies on Patients with Gout, 1938. June 11. By John Talbott and Frederick Coombs.
38 Progressive Changes in the Human Electroencephalogram Under Low Oxygen Tension, 1938. July. By P.A. Davis, et al.
39 Changes in Composition of Sweat During Acclimatization to Heat, 1938. August. By D.B. Dill, et al.
310 Observations on Water Metabolism in the Desert, 1938. August. By E.F. Adolph and D.B. Dill.
311 Individual Variations in Ability to Acclimatize to High Altitude, 1938. September. By Ancel Keys, et al.
312 Blood Lactate in Normal and Sympathectomized Dogs, 1938. October. By H.T. Edwards, et al.
313 Respiratory Exchange During High Carbohydrate Ingestion, 1938. October. By John Talbott,et al.
314 Simplified Estimation of Lactate in Normal Human Blood, 1938. October. By H.T. Edwards.
315 Modification of the Method of Shohl and Bennett for the Determination of Potassium in Serum and Urine, 1938. November. By W.V. Consolzaio and John Talbott.
316 Experimental Anoxemia, 1938. December. By J.W. Thompson and William Corwin.
317 Applied Physiology, 1939. By D.B. Dill.
318 Blood-Sugar Variations in Normal and in Sympathectomized Dogs, 1939. By L. Brouha, et al.
319 Role of the Vagus in the Cardio-Accelerator Action of Atropine in Sympathectomized Dogs, 1939. By L. Brouha and S.J.G. Nowak.
320 Interpretation of Clinical Chemical Procedures, 1939. February. By John Talbott.
321 Ketonemia in Cases of Mental Disorders, 1939. February. By John Thompson and J.H. Aste-Salazar.
322 Dermatomyositis with Scleroderma, Calcinosis and Renal Endarteritis Associated with Focal Cortical Necrosis, 1939. March. By John Talbott, et al.
323 Pulmonary Gaseous Exchanges at Low Barometric Pressure and in Air Mixed with Nitrogen, 1939. March. By D.B. Dill, et al.
324 Treatment of the Total Organism in Schizophrenic Patients, 1939. March. By William Corwin and John Thompson.
325 Decrease in Functional Capacity of the Lungs and Heart Resulting from Deformities of the..., 1939. May. By Earle M. Chapman, et al.
326 Industrial Fatigue and the Physiology of Man at Work, 1939. July. By D.B. Dill.
327 Certain Aspects of Mineral Requirements, 1939. October. By John Talbott and Frederick Coombs.
328 Fatigue Studies Among Mississippi Sharecroppers, 1939. October 20. By D.B. Dill.
329 Metabolic and Cardiovascular Effects of Intramuscular Injections of Adrenalin and of Amphetamine, 1939. November. D.B. Dill, et al.
330 Gasaustausch in den Lungen in Alter, 1940. By D.B. Dill, et al.
331 Experimental Human Scurvy, 1940. By John H. Crandon, et al.
332 Respiration, 1940. By R.E. Johnson, et al.
333 Metabolic Studies and Therapy in a Case of Nephrocalcinosis with Rickets and Dwarfism, 1940. January. By Fuller Albright, et al.
334 Determination of Total Base in Biological Material by Electrodialysis, 1940. February. By W.V. Consolazio and John Talbott.
335 Metabolic Studies on Patients with Pemphigus, 1940. February. By John Talbott, et al.
336 Pemphigus, 1940. February. By John Talbott and Frederick Coombs.
337 Note on the Level of Glucose and of Nonfermentable Reducing Substances in Therapeutic Insulin Shock, 1940. April. By W.H. Forbes and T. Czarski.
338 Respiratory Adjustments to Oxygen-Lack in the Presence of Carbon Dioxide, 1940. April. By D.B. Dill and Norman Zamcheck.
339 Role of Vitamin C in Various Cutaneous Diseases, 1940. April. By Walter Lever and John Talbott.
340 Renal Function in Patients with Gout, 1940. May. By Frederick Coombs, et al.
341 Extraction and Determination of 17-Ketosteroids in Urine, 1940. September. By William Consolazio and John Talbott.
342 Hormonal Influences on Carbohydrate Metabolism During Work, 1940. September. By E. Asmussen, et al.
343 Effects of Variations in the Concentration of Oxygen and of Glucose on Dark Adaption, 1940. September 20. By R.A. McFarland and W.H. Forbes.
344 Effect of Climate Upon the Volumes of Blood and of Tissue Fluid in Man, 1940. October. By W.H. Forbes, et al.
345 Regulation of Circulation in Different Postures, 1940. October. By E. Asmussen, et al.
346 Medicine in Aviation, 1940. October 11. By E. Asmussen and D.B. Dill.
347 Cardiac Output in Rest and Work in Humid Heat, 1940. November. By E. Asmussen.
348 Properties of the Blood of Negroes and Whites in Relation to Climate and Season, 1940. November. By D.B. Dill, et al.
349 Benzedrine Sulphate (Amphetamine) and Acute Anoxia, 1940. December. By D.B. Dill, et al.
350 Resignation or Equanimity?, 1940. December 27. By W.H. Forbes and D.B. Dill.
351 Diabetes Insipidus, 1941. By John Talbott.
352 Effects Upon Dogs of Low Oxygen Tensions Combined with Low Temperatures, 1941. By M. Nielsen, et al.
353 Physiologic and Therapeutic Effects of Hypothermia, 1941. By John Talbott.
354 Simplified Estimation of Lactate in Muscle, 1941. By R.E. Johnson and A.N. Barger.
355 Action of Dihydrotachysterol in Chronic Pemphigus, 1941. February. By Walter Lever and John Talbott.
356 Determination of Sodium, 1941. February. By W.V. Consolazio and D.B. Dill.
357 Adaptions of White Men and Negroes to Prolonged Work in Humid Heat, 1941. March. By S. Robinson, et al.
358 Circulation in Rest and Work on Mount Evans (4,300 Meters), 1941. March. By E. Asmussen and Frank Consolazio.
359 Clinical Gout, 1941. March. By John Talbott.
360 Effects of Hypoxemia on Ventilation and Circulation in Man, 1941. March. By E. Asmussen and Hugo Chiodi.
361 Leukopenia in Negro Workmen, 1941. March. By W.H. Forbes, et al.
362 Effects of Cold on Mental Disorders, 1941. April. By John Talbott and Kenneth Tillotson.
363 Respiratory and Metabolic Effects of Hypothermia, 1941. April. By D.B. Dill and W.H. Forbes.
364 Adaptions to Exercise of Negro and White Sharecroppers in Comparison with Northern Whites, 1941. May. By S. Robinson, et al.
365 What Causes Fatigue?, 1941. June. By D.B. Dill.
366 Creatine Content of Rat Muscle, 1941. June 20. By S.M. Horvath.
367 Conversion of Creatinine into Creatine in Normal Urine, 1941. July. By S.M. Horvath and D.B. Dill.
368 Influences of Gelatin Ingestion Upon the Creatinine-Creatine Exertion of Normal Men, 1941. July. By D.B. Dill and S.M. Horvath.
369 Clinical Status of a Group of Negro Sharecroppers, 1941. July 5. By J.W. Thompson.
370 Anaerobic Glycogenolysis in the Muscles of Rana Pipiens Living at Low Temperatures, 1941. July 20. By A.N. Barger and R.E. Johnson.
371 Adaption of the Folin-Malmros Micro Blood Method to the Photoelectric Colorimeter, 1941. September. By S.M. Horvath and C.A. Knehr.
41 Influence of Glycine on Muscular Strength, 1941. October. By S.M. Horvath, et al.
42 Respiratory and Circulatory Reponses to Acute Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, 1941. November. By H. Chiodi, et al.
43 Some Properties of Human Fetal and Maternal Blood, 1941. November. By Robert Darling, et al.
44 Insulin in Psychosis, 1941. December. By S.M. Horvath and E. Friedman.
45 Some Effects of Sulfanilamide on Man at Rest and During Exercise, 1941. December. By F.J.W. Roughton, et al.
46 On the Determination of the Blood Volume by the CO-Method, 1942. January. By Erling Asmussen.
47 Renal Function in Patients with Addison's Disease and in Patients with Adrenal Insufficiency Secondary to.., 1942. January. By John Talbott, et al.
48 Correlations Between Patients of Breathing and Personality Manifestations, 1942. February. By John Thompson and William Corwin.
49 Pulse Rate, Blood Lactate, and Duration of Effort in Relation to Ability to Perform Strenuous Exercise, 1942. February. By R.E. Johnson and L. Brouha.
410 Training and Its Effects on Man at Rest and Work, 1942. March. By C.A. Knehr, et al.
411 Effects of Physical Strain and High Altitudes on the Heart and Circulation, 1942. April. By D.B. Dill.
412 Pack "Test" of Physical Fitness for Hard Muscular Exercise, 1942. April.
413 Gas Exchanges in the Lungs at High Altitudes, 1942. April. By D.B. Dill and F.G. Hall.
414 Test of Physical Fitness for Strenuous Exertion, 1942. June. by R.E. Johnson, et al.
415 Effect of Methemoglobin on the Equilibrium Between Oxygen and Hemoglobin, 1942. August. By R.C. Darling and F.J.W. Roughton.
416 Improvements in the Gasometric Estimation of Carbon Monoxide in Blood, 1942. August. By S.M. Horvath and F.J.W. Roughton.
417 Some Physiologic Responses of Women and Men to Moderate and Strenuous Exercise: A Comparative Study, 1942. September. By Eleanor Metheny, et al.
418 Experimental Human Vitamin A Deficiency and the Ability to Perform Muscular Exercise, 1942. October. By George Wald, et al.
419 Sample Micro-Gasometric Method of Estimating Carbon Monoxide in Blood, 1942. October. By P.F. Scholander and F.J.W. Roughton.
420 Some Effects of Sulfathiazole and Sulfadiazine on Man at Rest and During Exercise, 1942. October. By F.J.W. Roughton, et al.
421 Effects of a Diet Deficient in the Vitamin B Complex on Sedentary Men, 1942. November. By E. Egana, et al.
422 Metabolic Effects of Local Ischemia During Muscular Exercise, 1942. December. By Julio Barman, et al.
423 Relation Between Pulmonary Ventilation and Oxygen Consumption After Exercise, 1942. December. By Julio Barman, et al.
424 Effects of a Diet Deficient in Part of the Vitamin B Complex Upon Men Doing Manual Labor, 1942. December 10. by R.E. Johnson, et al.
425 Fatigue, 1943. By D.B. Dill, et al.
426 Selection of Officer Candidates, 1943. By William L. Woods, et al.
427 Some Recent Work on the Chemistry of Carbon Dioxide Transport by the Blood, 1943 - 1944. By F.J.W. Roughton.
428 Effective Stimulus for Increased Pulmonary Ventilation During Muscular Exertion, 1943. January. By Julio Barman, et al.
429 Influence of Gelatin Ingestion on the Concentration in the Rat Gastrocnemius of Phosphocreatine and Related..., 1943. January. By S.M. Horvath.
430 Rapid Field Test of Fitness for Work in Hot Climates, 1943. February 1. By R.E. Johnson and S. Robinson.
431 Factors Producing Carbon Monoxide from Camp Stoves, 1943. March. By P.F. Scholander, et al.
432 Effects on Man of Severe Oxygen Lack, 1943. March. By S.M. Horvath, et al.
433 Problems Arising in the Study of Fatigue, 1943. April. By W.H. Forbes.
434 Micro Gasometric Estimation of the Blood Gases, 1943. June. By F.J.W. Roughton, et al.
435 Nutritional Standards for Men in Tropical Climates, 1943. September. By R.E. Johnson.
436 Humoral or Nervous Control of Perspiration during Muscular Work, 1943. November. By Erling Asmussen, et al.
437 Rapid Acclimatization to Work in Hot Climates, 1943. November. By Sid Robinson, et al.
438 Food Technology Problems in the North African and European Theatres of Operations, 1944. By D.B. Dill.
439 Responses of Schizophrenic Patients to Induced Anoxia, 1944. February. By W. Corwin and S.M. Horvath.
440 Effect of Carbon Monoxide on the Oxyhemoglobin Dissociation Curve, 1944. March. By F.J.W. Roughton and R.C. Darling.
441 Human Respiratory Quotients in Relation to Alveolar Carbon Dioxide and Blood Lactic Acid After Ingestion..., 1944. March. By H.T. Edwards, et al.
442 Water-Soluble Vitamins in Sweat, 1944. April. By F. Sargent, et al.
443 Dietary Protein and Physical Fitness in Temperature and Hot Environments, 1944. June. By G.C. Pitts, et al.
444 Factors Influencing Chloride Concentration in Human Sweat, 1944. June. By R.E. Johnson, et al.
445 F1 and F2 of Najjar and Holt in the Urine of Normal Young Men, 1944. September. By F. Sargent, et al.
446 Work in the Heat as Affected by Intake of Water, Salt and Glucose, 1944. September. By G.C. Pitts, et al.
447 Effects of Variations in Dietary Protein on the Physical Well Being of Men Doing Manual Work, 1944. October. By R.C. Darling, et al.
448 Factors Affecting the Determination of Oxygen Capacity, Content and Pressure in Human Arterial Blood, 1944. December. By F.J.W. Roughton, et al.
449 Effects of Hard Physical Work Upon Nutritional Requirements, 1945. January. By W.H. Forbes.
450 Adrenal Cortex and Work in the Heat, 1945. February. By M. Moreira, et al.
451 Blood as a Physiochemical System, XIII: The Distribution of Lactate, 1945. February. By R.E. Johnson, et al.
452 Effects of Variations in Dietary Vitamin C on the Physical Well Being of Manual Workers, 1945. March. By R.E. Johnson, et al.
453 Assessment of Nutritional and Metabolic Condition in the Field, 1945. April. By R.E. Johnson, et al.
454 Average Time Spent by the Blood in the Human Lung Capillary and Its Relation to the Rates of CO Uptake..., 1945. April. By F.J.W. Roughton.
455 Field Nutritional Laboratory, 1945. April. By R.E. Johnson.
456 Kinetics of the Reaction CO+O2Hb <--> O2+COHb in Human Blood at Body Temperature, 1945. April. By F.J.W. Roughton.
457 Rate of Carbon Monoxide Uptake by Normal Men, 1945. April. By W.H. Forbes, et al.
458 Comparison of Intravenous and Oral Vitamin Tolerance Tests, 1945. June. By R.E. Johnson, et al.
459 Defects of Pemmican as an Emergency Ration for Infantry Troops, 1945. June. By Major R.M. Kark, et al.
460 Estimation of Riboflavin, Thiamine, and N2-Methylnicotinamide, 1945. June 15. By R.E. Johnson, et al.
461 Body Temperature and Capacity for Work, 1945. August. By Erling Asmussen and Ove Boje.
462 Comparative Merits of Fasting Specimens, Random Specimens and Oral Loading Tests in Field Nutritional Surveys, 1945. August. By R.E. Johnson, et al.
463 War Work and Peace Plans of the Fatigue Laboratory, 1945. Winter.
464 Distribution of Phosphorus Compounds in the Gastrocnemis Muscle as Influenced by the Ageing Process, 1945. November. By Steven Horvath.
465 Effect of Pregnenolone on the Ability to Perform Prolonged Psychomotor Tests, 1945. November. By I. Graham-Bryce, et al.
466 Applied Physiology, 1946. By Robert Johnson.
467 Effects of Cold and Rate of Ascent on Aero-Embolism, 1946. February. By D.R. Griffin, et al.
468 Influence of the Aging Process on the Distribution of Certain Components of the Blood and the Gastrocnemius..., 1946. April. By Steven Horvath.
469 Moisture Absorption of Textile Yarns at Low Temperature, 1946. May. By Robert Darling and Harwood Belding.
470 Energy Cost of Progression, 1946. July 22. By L.E. Morehouse and R.B. Cherry.
471 Relationship Between Total Heat Exchange and Blood Flow in the Hand at Various Ambient Temperatures, 1946. July. By R.E. Forster, II, et al.
472 Effects of a High Fat Diet in a Temperature Environment, 1946. August. By F.C. Consolazio and W.H. Forbes.
473 Significance of Physical Fitness, 1947. March. By Robert Darling.
474 Analysis of Factors Concerned in Maintaining Energy Balance for Dressed Men in Extreme Cold; Effects of..., 1947. April. By H.S. Belding, et al.
475 Thermal Responses and Efficiency of Sweating When Men are Dressed in Arctic Clothing and Exposed to Extreme..., 1947. April. By H.S. Belding, et al.
476 Contributions of Physiology to Problems of Industry, 1947. August. By David Bruce Dill.
477 Physical Fitness of Soldiers for Hard Muscular Work. By W.H. Forbes, et al. No date.

DAVID BRUCE DILL REPRINTS

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51 List of reprints.
52 Significance of Urea in Shark Meal, 1924.
53 Preparation, Solubility, and Specific Rotation of Wheat Gliadin, 1925. September. With C.L. Alsberg.
54 Behavior of the Prolamins in Mixed Solvents, II, 1927. March.
55 Cover for Troops and Supplies in Tropical Areas, 1944.
56 Respiratory and Circulatory Capacities of Normal Men, 1946.
57 Blood Gas Transport, 1947. With W.H. Forbes.
58 Food Preferences on Combat Flights, 1947. December.
59 Physical Fitness Appraisal and Guidelines, 1948. April 16.
510 Man's Ceiling as Determined in the Altitude Chamber, 1948. December. With K.E. Penrod.
511 Biologists in Military Service, 1950. June 16.
512 Manual Artificial Respiration, 1952.
513 Research Program of the Chemical Corps Medical Lab, 1952. October.
514 Effect of Rigor Mortis on Tidal Air in Artificial Respiration, 1952. December. With Henry E. Swann, Jr. and Peter V. Karpovich.
515 Oxygen vs. Oxygen-Carbon Dioxide in Resuscitation, 1953.
516 Ineffectiveness of Artificial Respiration in Rats After Drowning, 1953. February. With Henry E. Swann, Jr. and Peter V. Karpovich.
517 Walter M. Boothby, Pioneer in Aviation Medicine, 1954. October 29.
518 Nature of Fatigue, 1955. October.
519 Symposium on Mouth-to-Mouth Resuscitation (Expired Air Inflation), 1958. May 17.
520 Regulation of the Heart Rate, 1959.
521 International Symposium on Physical Education, 1959. February 10-12.
522 Resuscitation, 1960. September.
523 Respiratory Responses to Exercise as Related to Age, 1961. July. With S. Robinson and B. Balke.
524 Fatigue: A Case History, 1961. December.
525 ARTIFICAL RESPIRATION: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS (Introduction), 1962.
526 Exercise and the Oxygen Debt, 1962. June. With B. Sacktor.
527 Responses to Exercise as Related to Age and Environmental Temperature, 1962. July. With C.F. Consolazio.
528 Comparative Physiology of Oxygen Transport, 1963.
529 Estimation of Body Fat in Man, 1963.
530 Reunion at High Altitude, 1963. February.
531 Hypoxia: High Altitudes Revisited, 1963. June 12-15.
532 Historical Introduction: Personal Reminiscences - The Influence of Age on Performance as Shown by Exercise..., 1963. October.
533 Gaseous Exchange in the Lungs of Old Age, 1963. November.
534 Comparative Physiology of Oxygen Transport, 1963. 1963, December.
535 Hemoglobin at High Altitude as Related to Age, 1963. December. With J.W. Terman and F.G. Hall.
536 Fitness of Harvard Men After Twenty-two years, 1963. December 10.
537 HANDBOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY (Preface), 1964.
538 Physiologists in World War II, 1964.
539 Work Tolerance: Age and Altitude, 1964. May. With S. Robinson, et al.
540 Fitness at Age 90: A New Record, 1964. September.
541 Desert Reunion, 1965.
542 Work Capacity in Acute Exposures to Altitude, 1965. With Loren G. Myhre and E. Earl Phillips, Jr.
543 Oxygen Used in Horizontal and Grade Walking and Running on the Treadmill, 1965. January.
544 Marathoner DeMar: Physiological Studies, 1965. July.
545 Individual Variability in the Responses of Man to Heat, 1966.
546 Responses to Cold, Work, and Altitude of Aging Man, 1966.
547 Sweat Chloride Concentration: Sweat Rate, Metabolic Rate, Skin Temperature, and Age, 1966. January. With F.G. Hall and W. Van Beaumont.
548 Training: Youth and Age, 1966. February 28. With E.E. Phillips, Jr. and Don MacGregor.
549 Assessment of Work Performance, 1966. March.
550 Blood, Plasma, and Red Cell Volumes: Age, Exercise, and Environment, 1966. March. With F.G. Hall, et al.
551 Individual Variability in the Responses of Man to Heat, 1966. March 23-25.
552 Work Capacity in Acute Exposures to Altitude, 1966. July. With Loren G. Myhre, et al.
553 Climbing Ability vs. the Maximum Rate of Oxygen Consumption, 1966. November.
554 Metabolic Reactions to Work in the Desert, 1967. February. With K. Klaysen, et al.
555 Harvard Fatigue Laboratory: Its Development, Contributions, and Demise, 1967. March.
556 Longitudinal Study of 16 Champion Runners, 1967. March. With S, Robinson and J.C. Ross.
557 Laboratory of Environmental Patho-Physiology: Desert Research Institute, Nevada Southern University, 1967. March 1.
558 Work Capacity in Chronic Exposures to Altitude, 1967. October. With Loren G. Myhre, et al.
559 Sweat Electrolytes in Desert Walks, 1967. November. With S.M. Horvath, et al.
560 History of the Physiology of Exercise, 1968.
561 Use of Carbon Monoxide and T-1824 for Determining Blood Volume, 1968. May 18. With L.G. Myhre, et al.
562 Physiological Adjustments to Altitude Changes, 1968. September 9.
563 Man's Capacity for Consuming Oxygen: Comments on an Article, 1968. December. With Henry J. Montoye.
564 Laboratory of Environmental Patho-Physiology, 1969.
565 Challenges and Opportunities for Desert Animal Physiologists, 1969.
566 Wlodzimierz Missiuro (1892-1967), 1969.
61 Organ Weights and Serum Total Cholesterol in the Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys merriami), 1969. With Paul E. Robinson, et al.
62 Energy Transformation in Man, 1969. May - June.
63 Resting Energy Metabolism and Cardiorespiratory Activity in the Burro Equus asinus, 1969. August. With M.K. Yousef.
64 Hemoconcentration at Altitude, 1969. October. With S.M. Horvath, et al.
65 Energy Expenditure in Desert Walks: Man and Burro Equus asinus, 1969. November. With M.K. Yousef.
66 Blood Volume Changes During Three-Week Residence at High Altitude, 1970. With L.G. Myhre, et al.
67 Energy Expenditure of Running Kangaroo Rats Dipodomys merriami, 1970. With M.K. Yousef, et al.
68 Laboratory of Environmental Patho-Physiology - 1969, 1970.
69 Percy Millard Dawson, 1970.
610 Age, Exercise and Environment, 1970. February. With M.K. Yousef.
611 Physiological Adjustments to Low Temperature in the Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys merriami), 1970. April. With M.K. Yousef.
612 Responses of the Burro to Desert Heat Stress, 1970. August. With R.W. Bullard and M.K. Yousef.
613 Shifts in Body Fluids During Dehydration in the Burro, Equus asinus, 1970. September. With M.K. Yousef and M.G. Mayes.
614 Exercise at Ambient and High Oxygen Pressure at High Altitude and at Sea Level, 1970. October. With K. Klausen and S.M. Horvath.
615 Report Barometric Pressure!, 1970. December. With D.S. Evans.
616 Biochemical Properties of the Blood of Three Equines, 1971. With M.K. Yousef, et al.
617 Case History of a Physiologist: F.G. Hall, 1971.
618 Physical Fitness and Temperature Regulation, 1971.
619 Studies in Environmental Physiology, 1971. With G. Edgar Folk, Jr.
620 Responses of Merriam's Kangaroo Rat to Heat, 1971. January. With M.K. Yousef.
621 Maximal Oxygen Uptake at Sea Level and at 3,090-Meters Altitude in High School Champion Runners, 1971. June.
622 Red Blood Cell and Plasma Volumes in the Burro, Equus asinus: Desert and Mountain, 1971. August. With M.K. Yousef, et al.
623 Peripheral Blood Flow Response to Exercise Consequent to Physical Training, 1971. Fall. With R.H. Rochelle, et al.
624 Daily Cycles of Hibernation in the Kangaroo Rat, Dipodomys merriami, 1971. October. With M.K. Yousef.
625 Effects of Age on Plasma Aldosterone Levels and Hemoconcentration at Altitude, 1971. October. With R.C. Jung, et al.
626 Blood Composition in Normothermic and Hyperthermic Kangaroo Rats Dipodomys merriami and Laboratory Rats..., 1972. With H.M. Frankel, et al.
627 Body Composition and Aerobic Capacity of Youth of Both Sexes, 1972. With L.G. Myhre, et al.
628 Comparative Electrocardiography in Lizards: Effects of Temperature and Gymnema Sylvestre Fractions, 1972. With K.S. Yackzan, et al.
629 Desert Sweat Rates, 1972.
630 Physical Fitness and Temperature Regulation, 1972 - 1973.
631 They Sweat for Science, 1972. June.
632 Energetic Cost of Grade Walking in Man and Burro, Equus asinus: Desert and Mountain, 1972. September. With M.K. Yousef, et al.
633 Carlos Monge M. (December 13, 1884 - February 15, 1970) - Pioneer in Environmental Physiology, 1973.
634 Fatigue and Physical Fitness, 1973.
635 Responses to Merriam's Kangaroo Rats, Dipodomys merriami, to Various Levels of Carbon Dioxide Concentration, 1973. With L.F. Soholt, et al.
636 Energetic Cost of Running in the Antelope Ground Squirrel Ammospermophilus leucurus, 1973. April. With M.K. Yousef, et al.
637 Physiologist, 1973. May.
638 Training and Physiological Aging in Man, 1973. May. With S. Robinson, et al.
639 Effects of Equivalent Sea-Level and Altitude Training on VO2max and Running Performance, 1973. August. With William C. Adams, et al.
640 Responses of Men and Women to Two-Hour Walks in Desert Heat, 1973. August. With M.K. Yousef, et al.
641 Blood Volume of Middle-Distance Runners: Effect of 2,300-Meters Altitude and Comparison with Non-Athletes, 1974. With Kendall Braithwaite, et al.
642 Sweat Rate and Concentration of Chloride in Hand and Body Sweat in Desert Walks: Males and Females, 1974. January. With M.K. Yousef.
643 Calculation of Percentage Changes in Volumes of Blood, Plasma, and Red Cells in Dehydration, 1974. August. With D.L. Costill.
644 Observations at Sea Level and Altitude on Basal Metabolic Rate and Related Cardio-Pulmonary Functions, 1974. December. With S. Kay Burrus, et al.
645 Limitations Imposed by Desert Heat on Man's Performance, 1975.
646 Thorne Martin Carpenter (1878-1971) - A Biographical Sketch, 1975.
647 Longitudinal Studies of Aging in 37 Men, 1975. February. With S. Robinson, et al.
648 Cardiovascular Responses and Temperature Regulation in Relation to Age, 1975. October - December. With F.W. Kasch, et al.
649 Dehydration, Rehydration, and Exercising: Dry and Humid Heat, 1976. January. With M.Y. Yousef.
650 Physiological Adjustments of Young Men to Five-Hour Desert Walks, 1976. February. With L.F. Soholt and IB Oddershede.
651 Physiological Aging of Champion Runners, 1976. July. With S. Robinson, et al.
652 Capacity of Young Males and Females for Running in Desert Heat, 1977. With L.F. Soholt, et al.
653 Evaporative Cooling in Desert Heat: Sun and Shade; Rest and Exercise, 1977. With L.F. Soholt and IB Oddershede.
654 L.J. Henderson, His Transition from Physical Chemist to Physiologist; His Qualities as a Man, 1977. April.
655 Comparative Performance of Men and Women in Grade Walking, 1977. September. With Gale M. Gehlsen.
656 Metabolism of Kangaroo Rats Running in Wheel Cages, 1977. September. With Thomas F. Drost.
71 Wheel Running of Kangaroo Rats, Dipodomys merriami, as Related to Food Deprivation and Body Composition, 1978. With L.F. Soholt and J.D. Morris, Jr.
72 Cardiac Output During Rest and Exercise in Desert Heat, 1979. With L.G. Myhre, et al.
73 Exercise Tolerance to Desert Heat: Age, Sex, and Race, 1979 - 1982. With Mohamed K. Yousef.
74 Properties of Sweat, Burro (Equus asinus) and Man, 1979. With Lars F. Soholt, et al.
75 Ten Men on a Mountain, 1979.
76 Background on Manual Artificial Respiration and Mouth-to-Mouth Resuscitation, 1980.
77 Hunger vs. Thirst in the Burro (Equus asinus), 1980. With M.K. Yousef, et al.
78 Vital Capacity, Exercise Performance, and Blood Gases at Altitude as Related to Age, 1980. With Stanley D. Hillyard and Janene Miller.
79 Metabolic Observations on Caucasian Men and Women Aged 17 to 88 Years, 1982. With Mohamed K. Yousef, et al.
710 Oxygen Transport in Aging, 1982. With M.K. Yousef, et al.
711 Volume and Composition of Hand Sweat of White and Black Men and Women in Desert Walks, 1982. With M.K Yousef, et al.
712 Thermoregulatory Responses to Desert Heat: Age, Race and Sex, 1984. With M.K. Yousef, et al.
713 Arlie V. Bock, Pioneer in Sports Medicine (December 30, 1888 - August 11, 1984), 1985.
714 Historical Review of Exercise Physiology Science.
715 Respiratory Adaptions to High Altitude as Related to Age. With W.H. Forbes, et al.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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716 David Bruce Dill, 1979. By Steven and Elizabeth Horvath.
717FB-317-01Miscellaneous photographs. Included are images of M. Florkin, E. S. Guzman Barron, Joseph Barcroft, A. Folling, Carl L. Alsberg, and L. J. Henderson.



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