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P-R, 1886-1980

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MS. Eng. c. 8054

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(fols. 1-48) Pathology, 1904-[1923], comprising:
  1. notes from meetings/conferences with Ernest William Ainley-Walker's name written on the front, [1922-1923]
  2. extract from 1924 statute relating to a gift from Sir William Dunn's Trustees for the establishment of a new School of Pathology, 1922
  3. letters, address to the Vice Chancellor, and a list of committee members, relating to the Oxford Medical Graduates Club, 1904-1905 (printed)
  4. syllabus of lectures on general pathology, undated
  5. "Georges Dreyer: his scientific work at Oxford" by Ainley-Walker. Text of his public lecture to the School of Pathology, 1934
  6. "In memoriam: Georges Dreyer, 1873-1934" by Ainley-Walker, reprinted from the Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 39, 1934
  7. "Twenty years after" by A. Elliot-Smith, cutting from unknown publication, [1941]
(fols. 49-51) Pharmacology, 1891, comprising:
  1. letters to Frederick Augustus Dixey from J.H. Dauber regarding examination papers for materia medica
(fols. 52-185) Physiology, 1886-1976, comprising:
  1. physiology examination paper, 1886
  2. letter from Sir Henry Hallett Dale to J.C. Eccles, 1937. Dale wishes Eccles well on his move to Sydney and says that Buchtal has asked him to pass on some comments about acetylcholine to the Oxford meeting [of the British Medical Association]
  3. order of service for the memorial service for Howard Florey, 1968
  4. volume of honours physiology lecture notes kept by Kenneth Franklin, with his name on the front cover, 1920
  5. menu for a dinner of the Physiological Society, 1976; includes a reprint of the minutes of the meeting held on 5 May 1876 [originally in Franklin file]
  6. "Waynflete Professorship of Physiology. Letter of application and testimonials of John Scott Haldane", 1895 [originally in anatomy file]
(fols. 186-88) Psychology, [c.1890], 1936, comprising:
  1. letter to the Vice Chancellor from Thomas Fowler, William Wallace, J. Cook Wilson, F.H. Bradley, Thomas Case, John Burdon-Sanderson, E. Ray Lankester and Edward Caird, discussing the establishment of a readership or university lectureship in experimental psychology, [c.1891]
  2. "Psychology at Oxford" by William Brown, reprinted from the British Medical Journal, i, 30 May 1936 [originally in BMA file]
(fols. 189-201) Robb-Smith, A. H. T., 1962-1980, comprising:
  1. correspondence between Robb-Smith and Sinclair regarding papers written by them; includes a section from Robb-Smith's history of Oxford medicine

Dates

  • 1886-1980

Extent

201 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Eng. c. 8054

Repository Details

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