Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (1729-:)
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection is composed largely of black and white photographs reflecting Thomas Jaffrey McNair's study and leisure-time activities while at Edinburgh University. There are photographs of: group photo Union women's dinner 1949 group photo Union men's dinner 1949 group photo Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Mr Walter Mercer's Clinique, Winter 1947 group photo...
Scope and Contents Correspondence relating to Dott's retirement from the Chair of Surgical Neurology, c 1962, including Edinburgh University Medical School, South-Eastern Regional Hospital Board, Scotland, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, Scottish Daily Mail, Pergamon Press (regarding a possible book of memoirs), Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (suggesting Dott might go to the University of Singapore to help organise a neurosurgery deptartment there).
Scope and Contents Nursing education coursework and certificates; Red Cross and Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps memorabilia; Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE) 250th anniversary newsletters and booklets; nurse's time book; Pelican league mementos; retirement mementos; Royal College of Nursing, RIE Nurses' League, and General Nursing Council membership documents; Scottish hospital and nursing administration documentation; personal ephemera including national registration identity card, curriculum vitae...
Scope and Contents This series contains approximately 60 black-and-white family photographs, dating from the 1850s up to the 1950s. The provenance is not clear and the pictures have no caption, however many of them appear to be related to Arthur Patrick Logan Turner (1914-1998), one of William Aldren Turner's sons, and to Hilda Turner.Approximaltely 40 photographs date from the Second World War, and show service men in uniform and ATS members, as well as some landscapes. Arthur P. L. Turner served in the...
Series — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Legal documents, pamphlets and similar relating to late 18th to early 20th century legal disputes, including the case of the 'Edinburgh Seven' and Sophia Jex-Blake. Edinburgh Corporation vs Edinburgh University, 1827 (4 folders, box 2) 'Ten Matriculated Lady Students Against the Senatus of Edinburgh University', 1872 (published pamphlet, box 2) Managers of the Royal Infirmary...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1789-1915
Letter of renewal of Dott's appointment as Surgeon, Department of Surgical Neurology, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, 1943
Scope and Contents Letter of renewal of Dott's appointment as Surgeon, Department of Surgical Neurology, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, 1943.
Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1704
Content Description Manuscript notebook of Dr Thomas Charles Hope recording medical case histories. The constellation of Dr Hope, Dr Duncan, and Dr Rutherford together with the mention of patients being admitted "into the Infirmary" lead to the ascription of this being notes from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. The Dr Duncan mentioned several times in the text is presumably Andrew Duncan (1773-1832), who founded the hospital.
Dates: ca 1796
Collection — translation missing: en.enumerations.container_type.container: CLX-A-1558
Scope and Contents The material is largely photographic but may be added to in the future. There are board-mounted group photographs by A. Swan Watson, Bruntisfield, Edinburgh: Photograph of Theatrical group, with signatures including Charles A. Thelander, dressed as 'nun' SRC, Students' Representative Council, Executive Committee, including Charles A. Thelander, 1903-1904 E.U. Winter Session,...
Scope and Contents Note about the death of Dr Donald Munro Morrison, son of Iain Gobha, Na Hearadh/Harris, who died in Ward 22 of the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh on 2 December 1889.
Dates: October 1892