December 26, 1935

Left at 7:15 a.m. alone in the motor for Baguio --arrived at 12:15 without hurry-- 263 kilometers. Roads as far as Tarlac excellent with a fine new bridge on entering the province of Pangasinan. Roads in Tarlac are chiefly surfaced with gravel, and are very dusty, as is the approach to the entrance gate of..

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Feb. 28, 1912

Was very indignant at the ingratitude of Americans; no wonder Filipinos don't like them here, when they des­pise us and everything Filipino, and yet they make their livelihood in the P.I. They say everything here is bad, etc., etc.; but why remain? If Filipinos are lazy, it is not their fault. The climate demands that..

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September 4, 1911

Rejoice at the fact that I shall be the first one in the P.I. to be subjected to the use of tuberculin in tuberculosis. I am glad, because I afford the best chances for its actions to be carefully noted. If tuberculin proves effective in the care of T.B. by the experiment made on me,..

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December 24, 1904

(Note: The first five pages of this diary related to the trip from Manila to Baguio, but were removed by Mr. Worcester from this copy --which was given by him to Prof. Otto Scherer-- doubtless because of personal data which they may have contained. This copy --kindly furnished for this series by Prof. Scherer-- therefore..

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