Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)US49
TitleUniversity of Birmingham Staff Papers: Papers of Charles F. V. Smout
Extent23 notebooks, 1 folder
Description23 notebooks and one folder of medical notes made at Birmingham University, 1922-1957.
Access ConditionsOpen. Access to all registered researchers.
Finding AidsThe collection is uncatalogued.
Access StatusOpen
Administrative HistoryCharles Frederick Victor Smout (1895-1978) was educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham and the University of Birmingham graduating in 1923 with MB, ChB. He was appointed to a post in the Anatomy Department at the University in 1933, becoming Professor of Anatomy in 1948. He retired in 1961. His publications include: Anatomy and physiology for students of physiotherapy, occupational therapy and gymnastics , 1944 and subsequent editions in 1947, 1956 and 1962; 5th edition published in 1968 under the title Anatomy, physiology, pathology and bacteriology for students of physiotherapy, occupational therapy and gymnastics ; The anatomy of the female pelvis , 1943; 2nd edition under the title Gynacological and obstetrical anatomy, 1948 ; 3rd edition under the title Gynacological and obstetrical anatomy and functional histology , 1953; 4th edition under the title Gynaecological and obstetrical anatomy : descriptive and applied , 1969; Basic Anatomy and Physiology , 1962; amended edition, 1967; An Introduction to Midwifery , 1962; A layman looks at life in general and at the Bible in particular , 1966; The Story of the Progress of Medicine , 1964.

Reference: Deposit code. Who Was Who Volume 7 ( A & C Black, 1971-1980 ).

For further reading about the University of Birmingham see: Eric Ives, Diane Drummond, Leonard Schwarz The First Civic University: Birmingham 1880-1980 An Introductory History ( The University of University of Birmingham Press. 2000 ).
AcquisitionThis collection was deposited by the University of Birmingham Department of Anatomy in 1980.
Related MaterialUniversity of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections Department also holds the archives of the University of Birmingham and archives of other former staff, officials and students.