Yellow Fever Commisision of National Board of Health, sent to Havana, Cuba (1879).
Seated from left to right: Mr. Hardee, an engineer, H.C. Hall, U.S. consul to Havana, Dr. Stanford E. Chaillé, chairman of the Commission, Dr. D. M. Burgess, sanitary and quarantine inspector. Standing, from left to right: Mr. Henry Mancel, photographer, Mr. Rudolph matas, clerk, Dr. George Sternberg, secretary, and Dr. J. Guiteras.
Image included on p. 145 of Rudolph Matas: a biography of one of the great pioneers in surgery, by Isidore Cohn, 1960.
Tomlinson, W. K. & Perret, J.J. “Jean-Charles Faget and the yellow fever controversy in New Orleans,” Proceedings of the International Congress for the History of Medicine (25th, Quebec, 1976), pages 1361-1373.