The first item is a list of 22 cases plus one person who was removed on December 7 due to lack of anthrax confirmation. This list provides the data for the cases included in the subsequent graphs. Next is a time graph of the first 21 cases that CDC published once the distribution became clear. Third is the distribution of suspected and confirmed cases, following by the distribution of inhalational and cutaneous anthrax. Thereafter, the items include onset times for cases that lived and died, cases by age, gender, and location where the infection took place. Finally with the hypothesis that spore-infected mail is the culprit, the next item presents the onset time by potential source of exposure. A concluding graph is for clinicians, with information on the time course of the 11 cases of inhalational anthrax.