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Research on the history of the Dunn School, c. 1941-2014

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MS. 12202/15

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Comprises:
  1. Typescript essay 'Exploring the Origins of Medicine in Oxford', n.d.
  2. Correspondence and texts on Sir William Dunn, including an unpublished typescript introduction and preface about William Dunn by John Wylie, 1976-1991, n.d.
  3. A list of the papers kept by the family of Georges Dreyer's widow Margrete Jorgensen, with covering letter, 1985-1986, 1993
  4. Emails from Oxford college archivists concerning Eric Sidebottom's research on Oxford pathologists and James Ritchie and A.D. Gardner, 2002
  5. Correspondence concerning the memories of Myrtle Cracknell, whose father Frederick Garrett worked with A.D. Gardner, 2004
  6. Extracts regarding Howard Florey, including the typescript text of Norman Heatley's 1997 talk 'H.W. Florey, Professor of Pathology and Fellow of Lincoln College: The First Ten Years, 1935-1945', 1968-2003
  7. Two letters concerning memories of the development of penicillin, 2005
  8. Extracts and notes on the life and career of Albert Alexander, one of the first people to receive penicillin, with three photographs of Alexander, including a graphic image of him in hospital, c. 1941-2014
  9. Notes on the history of the Dunn School [by Henry Harris?], n.d.
  10. Eric Sidebottom's manuscript notes on Dunn School staff, n.d.

Dates

  • c. 1941-2014

Extent

1 box

Shelfmark

MS. 12202/15

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom