Full title:Mosquito control spray unit which has been developed by Dr. George S. Kido. This machine has been adapted from a 50 gallon orchard spray. Dr. Kido is shown on the left, and his crew of operators on the right. The mosquitos in this section of the country are potential carriers of equine encephalitis, which is a form of sleeping sickness. As yet, no cases of this disease have been found at Poston.<lb /> Photographer: Stewart, Francis<lb /> Poston, Arizona. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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