Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Album of photographs of MS’s First World War hospital.
Notes on CSC's younger sister Nellie Hozier, particularly on her marriage to Bertram Romilly in 1915 and her work with Angela Manners's nursing unit in Belgium in 1914. Includes a copy of Nellie Hozier's article for the English Review, 1915, on her adventures when the unit was taken prisoner during the retreat from Mons, Belgium, and copies of letters from a nurse with the unit.
Correspondence and papers on MS's First World War hospital work in France, and on the formation, administration and closure of the Hadfield-Spears Mobile Hospital Unit, of which she was Directrice, in France and the Levant during the Second World War.
Subjects include: training near Boulogne [France]; visiting the Duchess of Sutherland’s hospital [Longueness] and the Duchess of Westminster’s hospital [Le Touquet].
Letters from MS to ELS on subjects including: the Hadfield-Spears Mobile Hospital Unit; ELS finding the right war work; the departure of General Requin; her concern that their son "Peti" [Michael Spears] should not be left alone; her admiration for ELS’s work.
Includes a photograph of MS in her nursing uniform.
Photographs of the Hadfield-Spears Mobile Hospital Unit in North Africa and Syria, 1941-08 - 1942-08
Includes a few photographs of MS.
Script of the BBC documentary on the Hadfield-Spears Mobile Hospital Unit, 1940-45.
Photographs used for the BBC documentary on the Hadfield-Spears Mobile Hospital Unit (including photographs of the unit in the Western Desert, 1942)..
Photographs used for the BBC documentary on the Hadfield-Spears Mobile Hospital Unit.
Letters from Nellie Hozier [later Nellie Romilly] to her mother Lady Blanche Hozier and to Clementine while on active service, nursing in the hospital in Mons [Belgium] as a prisoner-of-war. Also includes a letter from Lady Blanche to Mrs Cazelet begging for funds for the hospital.