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Wellcome Institute, Contemporary Medical Archives Centre: 1995 Accessions

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  • Action on Smoking and Health (ASH): addnl AGM and Council minutes 1971-1982 and other records (SA/ASH)
  • Fernando Arroyave (1934-1987), psychiatrist: manuscript on alcohol dependence 1980s (GCI/28)
  • Dr John Bates (1918-1993), neurophysiologist: notebooks of scientific research on EEG and Parkinsons Disease 1943-1971 with papers rel to the history of the Ratio Club, incl some of its records (GCI/79)
  • Beit Memorial Fellowship: fellowship files 1980s-90s and register of fellows 1910-38 (SA/BMF)
  • Sir Authony Bowlby (1855-1929), surgeon: letters, diary and photograph albums rel to Portland Hospital, service during Boer War and St Bartholomews Hospital (GC/181)
  • Dr John Bowlby (1907-1990), child psychologist: addnl articles, obituaries and letters of condolence (PP/BOW)
  • Dr Francis Blacklay (b1919), general practitioner: visits registers 1930-71, death certificate stubs 1936-70 and financial records 1936-72 rel to his practice in Nantwich, Cheshire, with an illustrated history of the practice (GP/24)
  • British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy: minutes 1971-88, council papers 1985-91 and committee records (SA/SAC)
  • British Society for the Study of Orthodontics: addnl meetings programmes, reports and transactions transferred from the Royal London Hospital (SA/BSO)
  • Denis Parsons Burkitt (1911-1993): Safari diaries, autobiography, research notes, photograph albums and records rel to MRC project on dietary fibre and peptic ulcer surveys 1972-75 (WTI/DPB)
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (formerly Society of Trained Masseuses): minutes, registers of members, examination papers, photographs and audio-visual material from 1895, incl records of the Society of Remedial Gymnasts 1946-85, the Physiotherapists Association Ltd 1949-70; and the East Surrey Mobile Physiotherapy Unit Ltd 1942-84 (SA/CSP)
  • William F Dunham (1911-1994), physician: notes, drafts and clinical records, incl a number of films, covering his research and career, especially in study and treatment of cerebral palsy, from c1949 (PP/WFD)
  • Philip Rainsford Evans (1910-1990), paediatrician, and his wife Dr Barbara Evans (1909-1995) pathologist, author and journalist: papers of Philip Evans rel mainly to his work in Vietnam, plus material rel to Barbara Evanss research and career and further papers rel to Dr Helena Wright, whose biography she wrote, which will be added to the Wright papers in the CMAC (PP/PRE, PP/HRW)
  • Family Planning Association: addnl material from 1980s (SAIFPA)
  • Dr Henry Foy (1900-1991) and Dr Athena Kondi (d1994) of the Wellcome Trust Research Laboratories, Kenya: research papers and photographs c1948-85, mainly rel to haematological disorders and B vitamin deficiencies in the tropics (PP/FAK)
  • Dr Jean Guy (b1941), radiologist: student notebooks from London Medical College 1963-66
  • Dr Geoffrey Hale (b1905), general practitioner: partnership agreements, articles and notes re his Pimlico practice 1933-70, plus cash books and notes re his fathers practice in Eton 1893-1904 (GP/23)
  • Health Promotion Research Trust: administrative and research papers 1985-93, plus research project files (SA/HPR)
  • Dr Keith Hodgkin (b1918), general practitioner: records incl index cards of lectures, ward rounds and case notes while a student at the Radcliffe Infirrnary and at the Hammersmith Hospital 1939-43, and patient records from his practice in Redcar 1954-79 (GPI25)
  • Dr R Edgar Hope-Simpson (b1906), general practitioner: addnl patient records of Cirencester practice, plus day books and journals 1947-74 (GP/22)
  • Hospital Infection Society: members forms, corresp, minutes and conference papers c1984 onwards (SA/HIS)
  • International Union of Pharmacology: addnl papers of International Congresses, newsletters and minutes of Executive Committee c1972-94 (SAIIUP)
  • Dr Alfons Letchner (1899-1983), general practitioner: financial records of his practice in Harrow 1934-74 with a brief history of the practice (GP/27)
  • Professor George Macdonald (1903-1967): papers as Director of the Ross Institute 1960s-(PP/MAC)
  • Sir John McMichael (1904-1993), cardiologist: autobiographical notes (PP/JMM)
  • Professor W V Mayneord (1902-1988), radiologist/radiation physicist: corresp and notebooks of MRC Radiation Protection Committee 1923-c1975 (PP/WVM)
  • Medical Journalists Association: addnl files of Secretary (SA/MJA)
  • Dr Richard Moore (b1930), general practitioner: accounts of Shrewsbury practice c1961-93 with partnership agreement 1962 (GP/26)
  • Professor David C Morley (b1923), paediatrician: records rel to child health research in West Africa 1950s (WTI/DCM)
  • Dorothy M Newhall (1884-1975): diary as a nurse in Serbia and Sanitary Inspector, Serbian Relief Fund 1915-19 (GC/165)
  • Dr Hideo Noguchi (1876-1928), bacteriologist and immunologist: letters (photocopies) to Dr Thorvald Madsen (1870-1957) of the Danish National Serum Laboratory 1905-27 GCI/80
  • Dr Maurice Pappworth (1910-1994), physician, medical tutor and ethicist: notes, writings and corresp (1967)
  • The Patients Association: administrative files, AGM papers and minutes, and corresp with patients 1963-present (SA/PAT)
  • Professor Sir William Paton (1917-1993), pharmacologist: corresp, bibliographic material and papers rel to diving and ethics of animal research (PP/WDP)
  • Physiological Society: addnl committee papers and scientific meeting papers 1994-95, Secretarys files of the Oxford Administration Office 1983-88, photographs of the Committee 1979, letters (copies) rel to the Sharpey Shafer lecture (SA/PHY)
  • Derek Richter (b1907): copies from his scrapbooks rel mainly to his work at the Neuropsychiatric Research Centre, Cardiff 1950-83 (GC/175)
  • William Walters Sargant (1907-1988), psychiatrist: records incl notes, drafts, patient records c1945-89 (PP/WWS)
  • Henry Edward Shortt (1887-1987), parasitologist: addnl corresp, records of experiments and writings (WTI/HES)
  • Sigerist Society: proceedings of the Society 1947-55 (SA/SIG)
  • Society for the Study of Addiction: addnl general corresp c1966-68, plus minutes of the London Section of the Society 1965-67 (SA/SSA)
  • Dr Brian J Sproule (b1924), general practitioner: accounts of his practice in Coldstream, Berwickshire 1950s-82 (GP/21)
  • Dr Christopher J H Starey (b1919), general practitioner: records of his practice in Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire 1946-84, incl clinical and maternity records (GP/14)
  • Westminster Hospital Radiotherapy Interview: tape and transcript of interview 1993 with Professor Kurt Hellman, Professor Gerald Westbury and Dr Kenneth Newton, former colleagues of Sir Stanford Cade at the Westminster (GC/171)
  • Air Marshal Sir Harold Whittingham (1887-1983), pathologist, consultant in aviation medicine: papers rel to sandfly fever research, Malta 1921-23, biochemistry lectures London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine 1926-30; Joint Medical Services Committee 1920s-40s (PP/HEW)
  • Professor Andrew Wilkinson (1914-1995), paediatric surgeon: papers and publications (PP/WIL)
  • Dr Mary J Wilmers (1907-1992), paediatrician: notes, photographs and patient records c1950-70 (GC/184)
  • Sir Graham Selby Wilson (1895-1987), bacteriologist: drafts of his unfinished book Biographical History of Medical Bacteriology (PP/GSW)
  • Professor Alan Woodruff (1916-1992), Wellcome Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine : correspa nd papers rel to career at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Hospital for Tropical Diseases and University of Juba, Sudan (PP/AWW)
  • Moya Woodside (b 1907): reports and history of the Edinburgh Brook Centre 1980s (GC/39)
 
 
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