Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston papers, 1882-1943. (Archival material, 1882) [WorldCat.org]
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Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston papers, 1882-1943.

Author: Humphry Davy Rolleston, SirWilliam BatesonJohn Bland-Sutton, SirByrom Bramwell, SirYandell HendersonAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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ALS from many notable members of the British medical establishment, including William Bateson, John Bland-Sutton, Byrom Bramwell, Yandell Henderson, Thomas Jeeves Horder, Arthur F. Hurst, Robert Hutchison, James Mackenzie, Arthur Salusbury Macnalty, Norman Moore, Berkeley Moynihan, Charles Samuel Myers, George Newman, D'Arcy Power, Charles Scott Sherrington, and Grafton Elliott Smith. Foreign correspondents include  Read more...
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Humphry Davy Rolleston, Sir; William Bateson; John Bland-Sutton, Sir; Byrom Bramwell, Sir; Yandell Henderson; Thomas Jeeves Horder Horder, Baron; Arthur F Hurst, Sir; Robert Hutchison, Sir; James Mackenzie; Arthur Salusbury MacNalty, Sir; Norman Moore; Berkeley Moynihan Moynihan, Baron; Charles Samuel Myers; George Newman, Sir; D'Arcy Power, Sir; Charles Scott Sherrington, Sir; G Elliott Smith, Sir; Pierre Marie; Karl Sudhoff; History of Medicine Collections (Duke University)
OCLC Number: 35328759
Notes: Forms part of the Trent Manuscripts Collection.
Description: 104 items.

Abstract:

ALS from many notable members of the British medical establishment, including William Bateson, John Bland-Sutton, Byrom Bramwell, Yandell Henderson, Thomas Jeeves Horder, Arthur F. Hurst, Robert Hutchison, James Mackenzie, Arthur Salusbury Macnalty, Norman Moore, Berkeley Moynihan, Charles Samuel Myers, George Newman, D'Arcy Power, Charles Scott Sherrington, and Grafton Elliott Smith. Foreign correspondents include Pierre Marie and Karl Sudhoff. Most letters are of a casual social nature, though reference is often made to Rolleston's lectures and publications. A complete list of correspondents is available.

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