Martin Allen Pond Papers by
Call Number: MS 1376
Quantity: 11 linear feet
Martin Allen Pond (b. 1912) graduated from Yale University, and was instructor in Public Health, assistant professor, lecturer, and sanitary inspector for the Department of University Health. He served in the U.S. Public Health Service as director of the health and sanitation program in war housing built by the Federal Public Housing Authority; assistant chief of the Community Facilities Program; staff assistant, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and Assistant Surgeon General. In 1968 Pond joined the public health faculty of the University of Pittsburgh where he became associate dean, acting dean, and dean emeritus of the Graduate School of Public Health.
The papers consist of correspondence, reports, typescripts, manuscripts, and printed material of M. Allen Pond, documenting his professional work in the field of public health. Topics documented in the papers include public health, housing and health, health insurance, and sanitary engineering.