Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)JC12/2/1/1-16
TitlePapers relating to tropical medicine and tropical diseases
Extent17 items
Date1896-[early 20th century]
DescriptionCorrespondence from commercial representatives and members of the medical profession to Joseph Chamberlain [as Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1895-1903] relating to appointment of Malarial Committee, and establishment of a School of Tropical Medicine in Liverpool; printed material relating to medical research into tropical diseases; and correspondence and papers of James Louis Garvin [biographer of Joseph Chamberlain] relating to the biography; with memoranda, telegram copies, printed material [including Government publications and press cutting], and wrappers.
Including /2-5 Correspondence and telegraphic communications from Alfred L. Jones [Elder, Dempster and Co, Ship and Insurance Brokers] relating to his establishment of a school for study of tropical medicine in Liverpool, with memorandum, Colonial Office memorandum, printed circular and wrappers, 1898-1899;
/9-12 Printed papers, 'Further Report on the Tsese Fly Disease or Nagana in Zululand' by Surgeon-Major David Bruce A. M. S., with 'Appendix', 1897-1903, and Government publication, 'Papers relating to the Investigation of Malaria and other Tropical Diseases and the Establishment of Schools of Tropical Medicine', Cd. 1598, 1903
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/16 oversize press cutting


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