Books for the Keynes Press of the British Medical Journal, 1983-1990
Scope and Contents
Various drawings, layouts, artwork, and correspondence, interfiled, with Apollo in a separate folder. With Sebastian Carter's time-sheets headed 'Keynes Press and Memoir Club' for 1988, 1989, and 1990. Correspondents include Ruth Holland, Stephen Lock, Edward Lowbury, Dorothy Sharp, Jane Smith, and David Gentleman. The books were: William Pickles, Epidemiology in country practice; Richard Asher, A sense of Asher; Lord Moynihan, Truants (all 1983); prospectus for the Press (1983); Urban marks, A varied life (1984); Lord Moran, Anatomy of courage (1984); William Osler, Aequanimitas (1984); T. Clifford Allbutt, Notes on the composition of scientific papers (1984); Platt versus Pickering (1985); Geoffrey Keynes, The portraiture of William Harvey (1985); W. Trotter, Instincts of the herd in peace and war (1985); Major Greenwood, The medical dictator (1986); Ronald Ross, The great malaria problem and its solution (1986); John A. Ryle, The natural history of disease (1988); Frank Danby, Dr. Phillips (1989); Edward Lowbury ed., Apollo: an anthology of poems by doctor-poets (1990).
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