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KING'S COLLEGE HOSPITAL

  • KH
  • Collection
  • 1562-2001

Records of King's College Hospital, 1562-1999, comprising the governing and management bodies' and sub-committees' minutes and papers, 1839-1976; files of senior administrative staff including the Hospital Secretary, House Governor and District Administrator, 1853-1990; title deeds and other legal documents, 1562-[1970]; registers, indexes and inventories, 1879-1980; Medical School papers, 1833-1997, including the Medical Society/Listerian Society, the Clubs and Societies Union, and the Medical School Library; private papers of several professors, 1834-1988, including Albert Carless, Arthur Edmunds, Sir (Harold Arthur) Thomas Fairbank, and Herbert Willoughby Lyle; case notes, 1820-1959; ephemera, 1742-1998, including programmes for ceremonies and events, Hospital serials and publications, appeals and publicity, photographs and press cuttings; minutes and annual reports of the Friends of King's College Hospital, 1955-1988; Hospital accounts, 1961-1981; records of the Thrombosis Research Unit, [1972-1996]; records of the Nightingale Institute, 1813-1999.

King's College Hospital, London, 1840-

ST THOMAS'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL: records

  • TH
  • Collection
  • 1723-2003

Records of St Thomas's Hospital Medical School, comprising administrative records, 1842-1939, including minutes of Committees 1832-1982;

administrative files,1870-1975; museum catalogue, 1829; library administrative minutes and files, 1925-2001; Departmental Records 1945-1955; School timetables and notices 1932-1940; Examinations question papers 1909-1976;

correspondence relating to cholera outbreak 1831-1835; Cholera casebook 1853-1854;

records of the Medical and Physical Society of St Thomas's Hospital, 1841-1991;

records of student clubs and societies 1873-1975;

student records, 1723-1986;

prize essays, [1834]-1928;

personal papers collections of students and staff;

financial records, 1867-1982;

photographs of St Thomas's Hospital Medical School - students, staff and buildings, [1859-2002];

illustrations and works of art including medical and anatomical illustrations, and depications of staff, students, school and hosptial buildings,[1720s-1980];

publications, 1836-1992, including St Thomas's Hospital Gazette , 1891-1996; St Thomas's Hospital Reports , 1836, 1870-1952; Calendars and Prospectus of St Thomas's Hospital Medical School, 1888-1982; and related material;

ephemera [1800-2000], including admission cards, orders of service, programmes, flyers, press cuttings, menus, audio recordings; and medical and surgical artifacts.

St Thomas's Hospital Medical School, 1723-1982

EVELINA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

  • EH
  • Collection
  • 1869-1900

Minutes and meeting papers, including correspondence, of Evelina Children's Hospital, Medical Committee, 1869-1900.

Evelina Children's Hospital

BELGRAVE HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN

  • BH
  • Collection
  • 1874-1948

Records of the Belgrave Hospital for Children, 1902-1948, comprising minutes of the medical sub-committee, 1902-1921 (1 volume); case notes, 1904-1948 (216 volumes); admissions register, 1929-1931, including an index (1 volume). Two bound volumes of out-letters, 1874-1875, minutes of a meeting of the hospital’s General Council, 1901, and printed items including fundraising leaflets, 1899-1902, a pharmacopoeia, 1937, and an annual report, 1946.

Belgrave Hospital for Children, London, 1866-1985

NURSING: St Saviour's Infirmary Nursing School register

  • SSH/FP
  • Collection
  • [1890]-1931

St Saviour's Infirmary Register of Assistant Matrons, Night Superintendents, Head Nurses, and Staff Nurses, [1890]-1931, including details of name, address, age, religion, date of entry, name and type of ward worked on, previous experience, remarks.

St Saviour's Infirmary Nursing School

Index of pupils, 1891-1901, under Willoughby Lyle and loose papers chiefly biographical information on King's College Hospital staff

Papers, 1891-1960, including an alphabetical index of private pupils of Willoughby Lyle, 1891-1901; manuscript summary of the career of Katherine Henrietta Monk, Matron, King's College Hospital, submitted to Lyle by Alice Little, Sister, King's College Hospital, 1939; obituaries mainly from The Lancet , of Philip Franklin, otolaryngologist, John Alexander Drake, Physician for Diseases of the Skin, King's College Hospital, Francis Henry Mosse, medical missionary, and others, 1926-1952; pamphlet biography of William Frederick Danvers Smith, 2nd Viscount Hambleden, comprising obituaries and memorials from a number of newspapers and an address at his funeral at Remenham Church, 1928; a brief biography by Lyle of Professor Robert Bentley Todd, Physician to King's College Hospital, [1928].

Lyle, Herbert Willoughby, 1870-1956, Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon

NURSING: Lewisham Hospital student nurse records

  • LWH
  • Collection
  • 1897-[2001]

Lewisham Hospital student nurse records, comprising information for Matron's report, 1950-1971; Registers of Probationer Nurses, 1912-1958 (incomplete); Records of allocation of Probationer Nurses 1921-1945; records of [nurse] training, 1947-1970 (incomplete); [nurse training] examination results, 1897-1971; records of educational tests, 1961-1968; entrants for training, 1968-1972; Revision test results for final exams, 1951-1956; Records of study periods, 1954-1955; General register or details of training, 1953-1971. Also student files [1960-1990], (LH/FP), including correspondence, practical nursing experience records, completed application forms, reference record sheets, and references; paper entitled 'One year training for mental nurse register in the Guy's Hospital Group', 1972, (LH/F1); paper entitled 'Proposals for the implementation of the 1974 Revised RMN syllabus in the Thomas Guy School of Nursing', 1975, (LH/F2); paper on proposed course 'The Art of Teaching' entitled 'The Nurse as a Teacher Workshop' (sic), 1974, (LH/F3); notes on post registration course in psychiatric nursing, 1974-1975, (LH/F4).

Lewisham Hospital, London

Papers of Nestor Isidore Charles Tirard chiefly relating to hospital reform and King's College Hospital, 1905-1914

Typescript papers concerning hospital reform with particular reference to King's College Hospital, including preferred co-operation between hospitals and public provident dispensaries, 1905-1906; proposals from the British Medical Association designed to correct perceived abuses in the charitable status of hospitals, 1906-1909; report by the King Edward's Hospital fund for London into the treatment of out-patients in London hospitals, 1911-1912; papers relating to the relocation of King's College Hospital to Camberwell comprising building design alterations, finance committee reports and press releases, 1906-1912; Medical Committee reports on teaching at the Hospital and the organisation of the Medical School, 1907-1914; correspondence between Nestor Tirard and the British Medical Association on the management of the Association and on the treatment of children in voluntary hospitals, 1909-1911.

Tirard, Sir Nestor Isidore Charles, 1853-1928, Knight, Professor of Medicine

LEWIS, Sir Aubrey Julian (1900-1975)

  • IOP/PP3
  • Collection
  • 1905-2009

Papers of Aubrey Lewis, 1905-2009, relating to his university education and early medical training, 1920-1929, including essays, editorials, notes on anthropological study of Indigenous Australian people, and details of Rockefeller fellowship. Material relating to the Maudsley Hospital, including research on treatments for hysteria, correspondence, videotaped interviews with Aubrey Lewis and Carlos Paton Blacker. Papers relating to Aubrey Lewis's Rockefeller-funded tour of Europe, 1937 (tour of European medical facilities and medical researchers in neurology, psychiatry, genetics, and other related fields, funded by the Rockefeller foundation and undertaken by Aubrey Lewis) including Rockefeller foundation file card, manuscript notes, correspondence, manuscript notes, draft copies of report. Material, 1938-1944, relating to the provision of psychiatric health care in World War Two, including papers relating to the Committee of Psychiatrists (a voluntary committee of London based psychiatrists formed in 1938, in order to discuss the best approach for providing psychiatric health care to military personnel and civilians in the event of war, and to provide advice to the Ministry of Health on this subject), correspondence, reports and memoranda, DVD copy of film, Neuropsychology. Draft articles, lectures, reviews, and associated research materials, 1934-1976. Published articles, lectures and reviews by Aubrey Lewis, 1926-1972. Personal correspondence, 1931-1975. Papers relating to publications and broadcasts by Aubrey Lewis, 1936-1968, including correspondence, memoranda of agreement, press cuttings, and reviews. Papers relating to committees and advisory bodies, 1943-1969 including memorandum for consultation by the Inter-Departmental Committee on Medical Schools, materials relating to population growth, demography, and the Royal Society Population Study Group, papers relating to the University Grants Committee. Tributes, honours and obituaries, 1959-1976, including published tributes, obituaries, letters of condolence. Photographs, mostly of Lewis and his wife, including copies covering his childhood and early life, visits to the USA and Australia and Institute social functions, spanning [1905]-1976.

Lewis, Sir Aubrey Julian, 1900-1975, Knight, Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Institute of Psychiatry

ASTON, Col Dr Stanley Collin (1915-1992)

  • ASTON, SC
  • Collection
  • 1914-1919

Papers, photographs, publications and maps relating to Aston's service as General Staff Officer 2 (Intelligence), 121 Force in Operation IRONCLAD, the British capture, from the Vichy French, of Diego Suarez, Madagascar, May 1942, including typescript intelligence report entitled 'Special report on specified parts of Madagascar', prepared by the Inter Services Topographical Department, 24 Feb 1942, with printed street map of Antsirann, Diego Suarez, and 18 photographs of the topography and infrastructure of Madagascar, 1942; typescript 'Intelligence notes: Madagascar', War Office, 15 Mar 1942; typescript 'Operation IRONCLAD 121 Force operation order No 1', relating to the planned capture, by 121 Force, of Vichy French naval and air base at Thurso Bay, Madagascar, with typescript security instructions, 19 Mar 1942; typescript orders and instructions, landing tables and lists of French military and civilian personnel in Diego Suarez, Apr 1942; typescript memorandum on the interrogation of German prisoners and typescript interrogation reports on Germans and Italians, captured on Madagascar, Jun 1942; printed map of Majunga, Madagascar, annotated with positions of Vichy French defences, Jun 1942; one hundred and eighty eight photographs, some captioned, relating to Madagascar, 1942, notably Maj Gen Robert Grice Sturges, commanding Royal Marines Force, and Brig Francis Wogan Festing, commanding 29 Infantry Bde, Diego Suarez, 12 May 1942; R Adm (Edward) Neville Syfret, Flag Officer commanding Force H, in discussion with French officer, Diego Suarez, May 1942; the British amphibious landings at Tamatave, Sep 1942. Three photograph albums and two autograph books, originally belonging to Aston's stepmother, Sister L A Rowson, Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service (Reserve), containing numerous autographs, poems and illustrations, and 335 photographs relating to Rowson's service in Salonika and Millbank Military Hospital, London, 1915-1919. Publications, photographs and maps relating to World War One, 1914-1918, originally the property of Lt A V Kidman, 513 Field Company, Royal Engineers, including one hundred captioned stereoscopic photographs of World War One, mostly relating to the Western Front, 1914-1918, with stereoscope photograph viewer [1918]; edition of Cavalry training 1912 (HMSO, London, 1916), Field Service Regulations. Part II, Organisation and Administration (HMSO, London, 1916), and Engineer Field Manual (US Government Printing Office, Washington DC, USA, 1917); one printed trench map of Neuville Vitasse, France, May 1918, and one printed map of Belgium and France, Nov 1918. Seventeen, mostly official, publications produced in the UK and France, 1938-1944, notably restricted pamphlets 1-4 of the 'Manual of Military Intelligence in the field', War Office, 1938-1939; four editions of La France Libre, Feb-Jun 1942; The Royal Marines. The Admiralty account of their achievement 1939-1943 (HMSO, London, 1944).

Aston, Stanley Collin, 1915-1992, Colonel, Professor of Modern Languages

NURSING: St Giles Hospital Nursing School student records

  • SGH
  • Collection
  • 1931

St Giles Hospital School of Nursing register of Student Nurses particulars, 1944-1949; Student Nurses Register, 1944-1957; Lectures and Examination Particulars, 1952-1966; and photographs of nursing staff, 1931.

St Giles Hospital Nursing School

WOODS, Maj Gen Thomas Frederic Mackie (1904-1982)

  • WOODS, TFM
  • Collection
  • 1932-1970

Typescript thesis for MD (Doctor of Medicine), Dublin University, entitled 'The prevention of malaria in a military cantonment in northern India' [1933]. Correspondence, 1935-1954, mostly personal letters of thanks and congratulations, including letter from Edwina Cynthia Annette Mountbatten, Countess Mountbatten of Burma, following a visit to military hospitals in West Germany, 1950. Typescript 'An account of the first two years with the East African Groundnut Scheme' [1948]. Correspondence, pamphlets and certificates, relating to retirement from the Royal Army Medical Corps, 1961-1962, awards and appointments, 1950-1977, and the Royal Army Medical Corps centenary celebrations, 1960. Typescript minutes of meetings of the Council of Col Commandants, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1964-1969. Correspondence and papers relating to Royal Army Medical Corps Regimental ties, uniform and dress regulations, orders, decorations and medals, 1966-1968. Correspondence relating to visits to military establishments as Col Commandant, Royal Army Medical Corps, Jan-Dec 1967. Correspondence with the War Office, 1961, and the Ministry of Defence, 1969-1970, relating to pay and conditions of retirement as President of the Command Standing Medical Board, Military Hospital, Tidworth, Hampshire.

Woods, Thomas Frederic Mackie, 1904-1982, Major General

Copy of a diary compiled by the surgeon Harold Edwards in 1939

The collection comprises a copy of a diary compiled by the surgeon Harold Edwards in 1939, specifically describing the emergency arrangements undertaken at King's College Hospital with the outbreak of war. Edwards was in charge of implementing these plans and the diary outlines these and the reactions and opinions of staff between September and October 1939.

Edwards, Harold Clifford, 1899-1989, surgeon

LEATHERHEAD EMERGENCY HOSPITAL: registers

  • LEH
  • Collection
  • 1939-1942

Leatherhead Emergency Hospital in-patients registers, 1939-1942, 1946, (LEH/R1-2); Leatherhead Emergency Hospital index of patients admitted, 1942, (LEH/IN1).

Leatherhead Emergency Hospital

DULWICH HOSPITAL: Private papers

  • DH/PP1
  • Collection
  • 1944-1987

Dr Freedman's research papers for the opening historical talk at a symposium held to mark Dulwich Hospital's centenary celebration in 1985. Includes correspondence; drafts and text of final version of the talk; plans of the hospital; some 1940s and 1950s electrocardiograms (ECGs) 'on Eindovers string galvanometer' [possibly made at Dulwich Hospital], and programmes for the opening of the operating theatre suite, 1958 and the opening of a new ward in the renal unit, [mid 1980s]. (Note: the talk was never given as the celebration was cancelled.)

Freedman, Bernard J, fl 1944-1987, physician

WARRACK, Col Graeme Matthew (1913-1985)

  • WARRACK
  • Collection
  • [1944]

Diary, 17 Sep-16 Oct 1944, covering his service at Battle of Arnhem (Operation MARKET GARDEN), with part of 'Suggested medical plan' prepared for Deputy Director of Medical Services, 1 Airborne Corps, 22 Sep 1944, and part of note relating to the strength of medical forces, [1944]. Transcript of part of above diary made by Sir Basil Liddell Hart, with related correspondence, 1949-1951. Bound transcript of above diary made by Lt Col Kenneth Garside, Honorary Keeper of the Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, with foreword by Warrack, 1979. The diary formed the basis of Warrack's book Travel by dark: after Arnhem (Harvill, London, 1963), and a BBC television production Arnhem: the story of an escape, originally broadcast in 1976. Typescript copy of 'The Airborne Hospital, Willem 111 Kazerne, Apeldoorn, 25th Sept 1944 to 26th Oct 1944. Nominal roll of the wounded' compiled by Peter H Starling, Curator of the Army Medical Services Museums, Aldershot, Hampshire, 1998.

Warrack, Graeme Matthew, 1913-1985, Colonel

ST GILES HOSPITAL: Case Notes

  • SGH/CN
  • Collection
  • 1946-1947

St Giles Hospital case papers, 1946; St Giles Hospital out-patient case notes, 1946-1947, for a named patient suffering from Addison's disease, who was treated at various hospitals and clinics.

St Giles Hospital, London

NURSING: St Francis Hospital Nursing School records

  • SFH
  • Collection
  • 1949-[1965]

St Francis Hospital nursing records including St Francis' Hospital - A complete Training School for Assistant Nurses [1958]; Record of [Nurses]Service Book, 1949-1956; Photographs of the hospital, [1960-1965].

St Francis Hospital Nursing School

NURSING: St Thomas's Hospital student records

  • TH/SN
  • Collection
  • [1950-1980]

St Thomas's Hospital student nurse records, [1950-1980], includes detailed application forms, correspondence and training records.

St Thomas's Hospital, London

GUNN, John Charles (b 1937)

  • IOP/PP2
  • Collection
  • 1962-2002

Papers of John Gunn, 1926-2002, including extensive correspondence, notes, memoranda, funding applications, lecture presentations and press cuttings. The collection includes: files concerning the administration of the Institute of Psychiatry and its Department of Forensic Psychiatry, 1975-2000 (including policy, planning, funding, assessments and staffing), and the running of the Denis Hill Unit forensic in-patient service, Bethlem Royal Hospital, 1985-1998; published articles, book, chapters and book reviews by Gunn, 1966-2001, on topics including epilepsy, aggression, sex offenders, mental health legislation and suicide prevention in prison; research and research applications, 1966-2001, on topics including epileptic offenders, violence, and the discharge and subsequent care of Special Hospital patients; psychiatric questionnaires and assessments, 1967-1988; files relating to the Home Office, chiefly 1966-2000, and relating to the treatment of mentally disordered offenders, also copy medical evidence given to the Wolfenden Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution, 1954, and papers relating to the May enquiry, 1989-1992, into the convictions for IRA bombings in Guildford and Woolwich, 1974.Prison Service correspondence and reports, 1975-2000, covering the provision of secure psychiatric units and psychiatric care of the general prison population; papers, 1975-2000, relating to the UK Special Hospitals (high security psychiatric hospitals), and to Grendon experimental prison for offenders with antisocial personality disorders; correspondence, meeting papers and background information on the impact of amendments and proposed amendments to UK mental health legislation, 1972-2000, including the Floud Committee on dangerous offenders, 1976-1981, and the work of the Parliamentary Mental Health Group in formulating policy to restrict the spread of AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome), 1987-1988; reports and correspondence, 1972-2001, relating to the conduct of psychiatry, psychiatric facilities and prison welfare in countries including Australia, China, Egypt, Greece, Ireland and Turkey; papers, 1967-1999, relating to the Effra Trust, founded by Gunn in 1974 to provide accommodation and support to homeless male ex-offenders suffering from physical or mental disability.

Gunn, John Charles, b 1937, forensic psychiatrist

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