The rationale of this bibliography is fully set forth in the introduction to a previous section (A Bibliography of Internal Medicine: Scarlet Fever, Stanford M. Bull. 10: 114, 1952). Suffice it to say that it is designed mainly for readers with general interests, although within its scope it attempts to be definitive.
I have found no really comprehensive modern bibliography of cholera. Much of the early literature deals with descriptions of outbreaks or epidemics, and this phase of the subject is comprehensively dealt with by Hirsch (Ref. 10) as well as by C. Macnamara, in "A History of Asiatic Cholera," London, Macmillan & Co., 1876. A good general account of the disease is that of H. Harold Scott, in his "History of Tropical Medicine," Baltimore, The Williams & Wilkins Company, 1939, Vol. 2, p. 694. C. Liebermeister's "Cholera Asiatica und Cholera Nostras," Wien, Alfred Hölder, 1896, has appended to it