Ellen Siegel wasn’t sick when her flight from Stockholm touched down in New York City on a late July day in 1963. Her skin was free of rashes and redness, her temperature was normal.
But the 69-year-old American was missing the one thing she needed to convince medical inspectors at Idlewild Airport that she didn’t pose a threat to public health: valid vaccination papers.
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