The pandemic wanes, the world begins to reopen — but in December 1918, was a second wave about to hit?
Churches, flu masks, theatrical fare, and some hungry Fresnans. How does the crisis finally unwind?
Fresnans impatiently wait to reopen their city. But has the flu been thwarted?
The people of Fresno try to figure out how to celebrate the end of the Great War — without reviving the flu epidemic.
The question, Milanich argues, is not “Who is the father?” but rather, “Who do we want him to be?”
The flu appeared to be losing its grip on the city, suggesting that Fresno’s strict social distancing measures were bearing fruit.
As Fresno entered the third week of the flu pandemic, health officials scrambled to convince residents to take it seriously.
Historian Kristin Szylvian schools us about the forgotten history of mutual housing in America