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King's College Hospital, London, 1840- Subseries Higher science education
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Papers, 1875-1953, of William Speed Hayman including photographs taken of Joseph Lister

Collection consists of photographs taken by William Speed Hayman of Joseph Lister and his colleagues with related correspondence and Hayman's personal papers. Comprises one file of photographs of Joseph Lister and his colleagues in King's College Hospital, Portugal Street taken by Hayman 1890-1891; one file of correspondence between Miss Morwenna Hayman, daughter of William Speed Hayman, Walter Frank Gunn, Secretary of the King's College London Medical School, and Herbert Willoughby Lyle, author of King's and some King's men (London, 1935), relating to the photographs of Joseph Lister and his colleagues, and the identification of the personalities in the photographs, 1952-1953; article from King's College Hospital Gazette, Christmas 1952, relating to the above photographs and one file of ephemera including King's College School assessment reports for Hayman, 1876-1877; series of admission cards for King's College London Medical Department, 1877-1883; receipts for payment of fees by Hayman for classes at St Thomas's Hospital and Queen Charlotte's Lying-in Hospital, 1884-1885; mark sheets for Hayman at King's College London Medical Department, 1877-1882; British Museum Reading Room admission ticket, 1881; certificates of proficiency and attendance at classes in midwifery, vaccination, The Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, and the Society of Apothecaries of London, 1884-1889; University of London Bachelor of Medicine Pass List, 1890; Medical Registration Certificate, 1890; testimonials for Hayman by the Dean of the Medical Faculty, John Curnow, and Lionel Smith Beale, Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine, 1891; photograph of Hayman, 1900; fabric blazer badge of King's College mascot, Reggie the lion.

Hayman, William Speed, 1858-1950, physician

Lecture notes, 1907-1911, compiled by surgeon Albert Carless

Manuscript volume of summary surgical lecture notes compiled by Professor Albert Carless, 1907-1911, possibly for the instruction of nurses, under a wide variety of headings comprising surgical bacteriology and its manifestation in the descriptions of the types and treatment of skin lesions, gangrene, ulcers, septicaemia and tetanus; the treatment of arterio-venous wounds, aneurysms and haemorrhages, and the diagnosis and treatment of gastric ulcers and carcinomas, peritonitis and injuries to the abdominal walls; skeletal abnormalities including rickets, inflammation of the bone and spinal incongruities, syphilis and skull fractures. The collection also includes loose pages listing the subject of individual lectures.

Carless, Albert, 1863-1936, Professor of Surgery

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

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