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Artefacts and photographs, [1930-1936], belonging to John Vivian Dacie

Papers of Sir John Vivian Dacie, [1930-1936], contain articles of clothing and photographs dating from Dacie's time on the King's College Hospital cricket team. The collection notably comprises a pair of wicket keeper's gloves, [1930-1936]; cricket blazer, [1930-1936]; two cricket caps [1930-1936]; photograph of the cricket team [1930-1936]; King's College Hospital scarf [1930-1936] and black and white photographs of blood cells taken through a microscope.

Dacie, Sir John Vivian, 1912-2005, Knight, Professor of Haematology

Case notes, 1827-1853, mainly relating to the work of William Fergusson and Dr Robert Knox in Edinburgh

File of case notes mainly relating to the work of Dr Robert Knox and William Fergusson at the Old Surgeon's Hall and Edinburgh Royal Dispensary, but also referring to earlier cases, 1827-1837, including an operation to correct a perforated anus in a young child, with accompanying correspondence recalling the case, 1841, and operations to rectify a hernia and hare lip, infant limb fractures, defects of the spermatic cord, and a post mortem examination of the abdominal cavity; printed prospectus of the summer classes in practical anatomy and operative surgery undertaken by Dr Robert Knox, 1832; single volume of case notes made by Fergusson while at the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, 1839-1840, including examples of necrosis, syphilis, frost bite, but principally fractures, mainly of the tibia, femur, fibula and cranium.

Fergusson, Sir William, 1808-1877, Knight, Professor of Surgery

Lectures notes, 1872-1873, taken by William Watson Cheyne on lectures given by Joseph Lister

File of typescript entitled 'Notes on the Cases in the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, taken by W. Watson Cheyne', comprising lectures on clinical surgery delivered by Joseph Lister, 1872-1873, and including observations on the diagnosis, description and treatment of testicular swelling, spina bifida, lymph abscesses, carcinoma of the breast, varicose ulcers, burns, varieties of fractures, and assessing the germ theory of putrefaction and the dangers of the use of chloroform to anaesthetise patients.

Cheyne, Sir William Watson, 1852-1932, Knight, Surgeon Rear Admiral

Papers, 1930-1988, of Alexander Swan chiefly general correspondence relating to his career appointments and leukaemia research

Papers, 1930-1988, of Alexander Swan (formerly Alexander Lebedeff), including general correspondence relating to his career appointments and leukaemia research, 1959-1974; reports and associated correspondence relating to conferences attended by Swan, notably concerning leukaemia, haematology and fibrinolysis, including a paper delivered in 1962 at a Congress of the Society of Haematology in Mexico by Swan entitled, 'A study of fifty cases of acute leukaemia in adults'; notes on individual cases of acute leukaemia in adults at St James Hospital, Balham, London, [1952-1964]; article by Swan entitled 'Ossification in the metastases of a carcinoma of the rectum', [1953]; offprints of articles contributed by Swan and others to professional journals and conferences, mainly relating to leukaemia research, 1937-1971; notebook of Swan's work at the laboratory of the Department of Pathology, University of Hong Kong, [1936-1938]; papers relating to Swan's earlier career in engineering, 1930-1936, including offprints of articles by Swan on the use of concrete beams, methods of calculating building stresses and soil technology, published in Engineering and Commerce and China Reconstruction and Engineering Review ; certificates and diplomas, including comprising Diploma in Civil and Railway Engineering certificate, Harbin Polytechnic Institute, China, 1930, and admission as a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists, 1971; notes prepared for Swann's obituary by his wife, 1980; Dr Alexander Swan: from Siberia to suburbia edited by Barbara Ellis (Call Print Cooperative Ltd, 1988); two photographs of Swan, 1950 and later.

Swan, Alexander, 1906-1980, consultant pathologist and haematologist