A report presented to the U.S. Senate that includes summaries of yellow fever research conducted by Walter Reed and James Carroll, reports from sanitary officers in Cuba, and directions on mosquito eradication from William Gorgas.
This publication chronicles the efforts to eradicate yellow fever in the Panama Canal Zone and Havana, Cuba. Also includes a history of yellow fever and summaries of the research conducted by Walter Reed and others.
An online exhibit from the University of Virginia focusing on the efforts to demonstrate the role of mosquitoes in spreading yellow fever. The site includes digitized archival sources related to Walter Reed and the work of the commission.
The letters of Benjamin Rush, a prominent Philadelphia physician, cover a wide variety of topics, but focus primarily on medical concerns, particularly the 1793 and other yellow fever epidemics in Philadelphia, as well as mental illness and its treatment, and the medical department of the Continental Army. The collection is available online.
John P. Barney describes New York City during the 1795 yellow fever epidemic. He discusses the impact of the disease and reports of people hiding their illness to prevent being taken to Bellevue Hospital.
This small collection of correspondence discusses, among many things, yellow fever outbreaks in Memphis, Chattanooga, and New Orleans in the 1870s.
Please note that there are many collections like the Giles F. Ward Papers and the James W. Pierce Papers that include mentions of yellow fever (as well as other diseases) in the correspondence between family members and friends.