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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS In many ways, finding explicit microscopic and histologic evidence for coccidioidomycosis is a testament to Charles F. Merbs. He has long been a proponent of prehistoric coccidioidomycosis research and many of his students, including the senior author, owe their interest in the disease to his influence. His counsel is always appreciated. Thanks also to Carol Ellick for her support in the field of archaeology and public health. The authors also thank Pier Simeri for editorial comments.
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