More information on Charles Derby, 1882

A Case of Leprosy.

Boston, December 17.—A case, it is believed, of genuine leprosy has been developed in the Almshouse at Salem. Charles Derby is the victim, Continue reading

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Is this the same Charles Derby? 1882.

[Found under: “NUHOU O NA AINA E.”]

A haole died at a hospital for the poor in the town of Salem, in the state of Massachusetts, because of his body wasting away from leprosy; Charles Derby is his name. Continue reading