Photocopies and transcripts of Busick Harwood papers and correspondence, 1802 - 1992
Scope and Contents
Papers concerning reformation in the Cambridge Medical School at Cambridge University. They include correspondence of and between Busick Harwood, Isaac Pennington and Pelham Warner. With explanatory letter from John Kendall and his precis of Busick Harwood's role in reform in the Medical School.
- 1802 - 1992
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Biographical / Historical
These photocopies and transcripts, together with a precis, were made and donated by Dr. E.J.C. Kendall, from the archives in the Royal College of Physicians (London) Library.
1 file(s) : Paper
Language of Materials
Former / Other Reference
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Dr John Kendall. Donated to the archives via Mr Howell.
Existence and Location of Originals
Royal College of Physicians (London) Library
These copies and transcripts are included amongst the Harwood papers rather than in DCHR, as intellectually being the work of Harwood.
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