Found in 87 Collections and/or Records:
Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, press cuttings and source material., 23 Jun 1928 - 28 Nov 1928
This collection mainly consists of private papers and correspondence, 1885-1954, and family papers, 1783-1963. The material, especially the ministerial and ambassadorial papers, collected together by David Geddes provides an insight into the 1910s and 1920s. The collection also includes Geddes' writings on medical, spiritual and military matters.
Letter from [WSC] to J Ellis Barker declining his request that he make a public statement [on the causes and prevention of cancer] because he does not know enough about it. Carbon copy.
Letter from J Ellis Barker (Albion Lodge, Fortis Green, East Finchley, [London]) to WSC thanking him for approving his book ["Cancer: how it is caused, how it can be prevented"] and inviting him to sign, "with a few leading medical men", a letter inviting cancer sufferers to submit their case histories.
Letter from [WSC] to J Ellis Barker approving his book ["Cancer: how it is caused, how it can be prevented".] Carbon copy.
Letter from J Ellis Barker (Albion Lodge, Fortis Green, East Finchley, [London]) to WSC asking for his opinion of his book "Cancer: how it is caused, how it can be prevented", which has been well received by the medical profession.
Letter from Sir Ernest Hatch (North London or University College Hospital, Gower Street, London) to WSC on the meetings of the general committee of the hospital, of which WSC has been invited to become a co-opted member. Signed typescript. Annotated by WSC with instruction to Edward Marsh to write a letter of acceptance.
Letter from F.E. Lawson-[ ] to WSC, on reform of the Army Medical Department.
Letter from Frank Howard to WSC, enclosing notes on rules and regulations governing medical and physical examination of candidates for the Army.
Letter from James Caird (Roseangle, Dundee, [Angus, Scotland]) to WSC expressing satisfaction that WSC has enough funds for carrying on the work for Free Trade. Asks WSC to allow the licensing of a centre for cancer research which he intends to build in Dundee. Thinks "East Dorset has to thank Mrs Churchill". Annotated that WSC has asked the Department about licensing the research centre, 8 Jul .
Letter from James Caird (Roseangle, Dundee, [Angus, Scotland]) to WSC agreeing that the report for July 1910 on the National Free Trade Lectures is encouraging. Is glad WSC is enjoying his holiday and states his intention of pursuing his plan for a cancer research centre in Dundee.
Memorandum by Colonel R H More on the promotion of officers of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Territorial Force. Sent with CHAR 2/94/2-3.
Report of a meeting [of the Committee on the Promotion of Officers on the promotion of officers in the Royal Army Medial Corps, Territorial Force].
Report on the promotion and pay of officers of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Special Reserve and Territorial Force.
"Report on the promotion and pay of officers of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Special Reserve, and Territorial Force." Printed proof.
Letter from Lord Morley [earlier John Morley] (Privy Council Office) to WSC reporting that he has been asked by Sir Francis Hopwood [later Lord Southborough] to approach Andrew Carnegie "to induce him to forward a certain philanthropic object" [the treatment of disease by radium] and that he [Morley] cannot but it might serve the purpose of "your Dundee man" [James Caird]. Asks to talk with WSC about Home Rule.
Letter from WSC to James Caird suggesting that Caird might like to take up the suggestion of Sir Francis Hopwood [later Lord Southborough] suggestion that funding should be provided by a philanthropist for the treatment of disease by radium. Typescript copy.
Page from a supplement to the British Medical Journal: article on the anxiety about the future of the pensions of officers of the Indian Medical Service under the Government's proposed constitutional reforms. Sent with CHAR 2/194/119.
Signed note by Professor Russell Reynolds (30 Welbeck Street, W1 [London]) on the advantages of cineradiographic film over previous x-ray examination techniques which could not record movement.
Offprint from the British Encyclopedia of Medical Practice, Surveys and Abstracts Volume 1940, of article by Professor Russell Reynolds (Physician in Charge, Department of Radiology and Electrotherapy, Charing Cross Hospital, London and Honorary Adviser in Radiology to the Minister of Pensions) of article on "Radiography and Radiotherapy". Author's signed presentation copy with ms dedication to WSC.
Letter from Mr C Gentry (111 Southcroft Road, Tooting, SW17 [London]) to [David Robertson, Conservative MP for Streatham, London] regarding the poor health of his son, Private [Fred] Gentry, who is serving overseas and who has been in hospital with chest trouble and is now in a convalescent camp, and asking if arrangements can be made to transfer him over here.
Letter from Mrs Gentry (111 Southcroft Road, Tooting, SW17 [London]) to [David Robertson, Conservative MP for Streatham, London] regarding her two sons, Fred and Charles Gentry, who are both serving overseas. She comments on Fred's poor health and the fact that Charles has been gone nearly 4 years without leave, and asks for help, particularly in getting leave for Fred.