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    • Chick Webb 

      Unknown author (2011-08-12)
      Chick Webb grew up on Madison and Ashland Avenue on Baltimore's east side. He was a sickly child who, unable to attend school, started drumming with anything he could get his hands on to divert himself from his illness. ...
    • Chicken Chowder. Characteristic Two-Step. 

      Irene Giblin (composer) (Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1905)
    • Chicken Pickin's. Dance Descriptive. 

      Thos. S. Allen (composer) (Walter Jacobs, 1910)
    • Chicken Reel, or, Performer's Buck. 

      Jos. M. Daly (composer) (Daly Music Publisher, 1910)
    • Chignon. Grand March. 

      E. Mack (composer) (Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St., 1867)
    • Child diet over three seasons in rural Zambia: Assessments of usual nutrient intake adequacy, components of intake variation and dietary diversity score performance 

      Caswell, Bess L. L.; 0000-0001-6529-5370 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2016-09-07)
      Inadequate dietary intakes are a key underlying cause of undernutrition, which places children at risk for impaired growth and development. Current estimates of prevalence of nutrient inadequacies are needed for the design ...
    • CHILD HEALTH DIAGNOSIS 

      Mosley, W. Henry; Waters, Hugh (Hopkins Population Center, 1995-07)
    • Child Mortality Estimation by Time Since First Birth 

      Hill, Kenneth; Figueroa, Maria-Elena (Hopkins Population Center, 1999)
      The Brass method for estimating child mortality from proportions dead of children ever born classified by age or duration of marriage of mother has revolutionized our knowledge of child mortality levels and trends in ...
    • Child of the Angel Voice and Lute! 

      Augustine Duganne (lyricist); James M. Deems (composer) (National Publishing Company, Corner Fifth & Chestnut Sts., 1846)
    • Child of the Wave. A Song. 

      J. Philip Knight (composer) (Oliver Ditson & Co., 115 Washington St., 1851)
    • Child of the Wave. A Song. 

      J. Philip Knight (composer) (Oliver Ditson & Co., 115 Washington St., 1851)
    • Child of the West. A Highland Ballad. 

      F. W. N. Bayley (composer); G. A. Hodson (composer) (J.L. Hewitt, 137 Broadway, [n.d.])
    • Child, C. G. 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Child, Francis J. 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Child, Francis James 

      Pach Brothers, NY, photographer (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, approximat)
      Shoulders up | Profile | c. 66 years of age
    • Childhood Mortality in Kenya: An examination of trends and determinants in the late 1980s to mid 1990s 

      Hill, Kenneth; Bicego, George; Mahy, Mary (Hopkins Population Center, 2001-01)
      After Independence in the early 1960s, child mortality in Kenya fell rapidly. Until around 1980, the under 5 mortality rate (U5MR), the probability of dying by age 5, fell at an annual rate of about 4 percent per annum. ...
    • Childhood. 

      Henri (lyricist arranger); G. Linley (composer) (Jaques & Brother, 383 Broadway, 1850)
    • Children 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1920)
      Three quarter length standing portrait of one African-American boy with three Caucasian boys, African-American boy carrying buckets, the two Caucasian boys holding hammer and tools, standing next to tent.
    • Children And Adults 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1910)
      Full length landscape shot of adults and children, some African-American, some seated on a bench, others standing, outdoors, all dressed formally.
    • Children coinfected with multiple respiratory viruses in Pittsburgh schools 

      Johnson, Jordan Allen (Johns Hopkins University, 2015-05-01)
      Respiratory diseases cause widespread morbidity and mortality around the globe, particularly among young children and infants. With the rise of effective vaccines against some forms of pneumonia-causing bacteria, it is ...