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1. '1665: Diseases & Casualties' from Yearly Bills of Mortality 1657–1658
2. John Snow, 'On the Mode of the Communication of Cholera'
3. John Snow, 'Intimate Mixture of the Water Supply of the Lambeth with that of the Southwark and Vauxhall Company, 1854'
4. Sebastian Funk, A Dynamic Map of John Snow's Cholera Epidemic
5. Amy Sharrocks, Water Bar & Museum of Water
6. Pam Skelton, In the Event of Snow
7. 'Appendix to the Weekly Return for the Week Ending 9th September'
8. 'Map Showing Deaths from Cholera in Broad Street, Golden Square and the Neighbourhood from 19th August – 30th September'
9. 'Deaths from all Causes for the Week Ending 17th December'
10. William Farr, 'Diagram Representing the Mortality from Cholera in Different Elevations 1848–49'
11. Cholera Humbug! The Arrival and Departure of the Cholera Morbus.
12. Order of Service. Form of Thanksgiving for the cessation of the cholera outbreak in England in 1832 to be used at morning and evening church services
13. Label 'Chloride of Lime'
14. Printed cholera notice issued by the Secretary of St Katharine Dock Company
15. Article from the London Illustrated News on Cholera
16. Printed Cholera Notice
17. Catherine Anyango, Sanctuaries
18. Scent of Darkness, Scents by Bompas and Parr
19. Sarah Cole and Anne Eggebert, Weekly Returns
20. Dr Vale Massey's Map showing trypanosomiasis areas and distribution of Glossina palpalis and moristans brought up to 14 February 1907 in the Belgian Congo, Africa.
21. Map of Italy showing outbreaks of malaria among the armed forces.
22. Map VI French Equatorial Africa Clapier
23. Map of the area surrounding Anchau, Nigeria, showing movement of population to new settelments and incidences of sleeping sickness
24. Iraq malaria survey maps: Baghdad area.
25. Haiti Cholera Map
27. Anne Eggebert, Global Ghost Map
28. Catherine Anyango, Tunnel
29. London Flows, film screening curated by The Urban Laboratory
30. Mapping Disease: John Snow and Cholera
31. Snow's Legacy: Epidemiology Today and Tomorrow