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Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (1729-:)


Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Legal Cases, 1789-1915

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: EUA/IN1/GOV/CRT/LEC
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

Identifier: Coll-32/A.9
Scope and Contents Letter of renewal of Dott's appointment as Surgeon, Department of Surgical Neurology, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, 1943.
Dates: 1943

Note about the death of Dr Donald Munro Morrison, October 1892

Identifier: Coll-97/CW126f/63
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

Note of the death of Dr D M Morrison, c1893

Identifier: Coll-97/CW126g/50
Scope and Contents Note of the death of Dr D[aniel] M[unro] Morrison that he 'died on 2 Dec[embe]r 1880 in 22 Ward R[oyal] Infirmary Edin[bu]r[gh]'.
Dates: c1893

Papers relating to Anne Davies's training in hospitals, 1942-1949

 Series — Box: CLX-A-1669
Identifier: Coll-1976/5
Scope and Contents This series consists of documents relating to Anne Davies's training as a young doctor and medical officers in the mid and late 1940s, in three different hospitals: Royal Hospital for Sick Children (Edinburgh), Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, and St James Hospital (Balham). It is mostly composed of letters of reference for Anne, correspondence, notices, certificates of registration, a perpetual ticket for the Royal Infirmary, fee receipts, class attendance certificates, application documents for...
Dates: 1942-1949

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, 1962

Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/1.8.16
Scope and Contents Set of 7 copy plans relating to traffic flow and parking planning for the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, at its now vacated Lauriston Place location. One plan is subtitled "Proposed site layout" and has no additions. Plans entitled "Outline Block Plan Scheme 1" and "Outline Block Plan 2" have pencil additions showing changes to building layout, on-site roadways and traffic flow directions. The remainder of the plans show detailed traffic flow proposals, and resultant changes to road lay-out in...
Dates: 1962

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Anniversary Newsletters, 1978-1979

Identifier: GD56/3/6
Scope and Contents Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Anniversary Newsletters Nos. 1-5. These newsletters were produced in honour of the 250th and 100th anniversaries of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and the 100th anniversary of the Simpson Memorial Maternity Pavilion. The newsletters date from December 1978 to August 1979.
Dates: 1978-1979

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Centenary, 1972

Identifier: GD57/5
Scope and Contents Items relating to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh's Centenary in 1972.
Dates: 1972

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Retirement Mementos, 1981

Identifier: GD56/3/9
Scope and Contents Memorabilia from Doris Myles' retirement from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh in February 1981. File includes: Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh internal memo regarding Doris Myles' retirement and her retirement reception; cards and menus from retirement dinner; a letter of gratitude from the Lothian Health Board Chief Area Nursing Officer Margaret W. Nimmo; clipping from 20 Feb 1981 Evening News showing Doris Myles' retirement party (image identical to P/PG56/37).
Dates: 1981

Story about dissection and Prince Sobieski of Poland, 17 August 1886

Identifier: Coll-97/CW122/55
Scope and Contents Story collected from Dr Aisley, Coillemore House [Killiemor House, Am Muile/Isle of Mull] telling how he dissected a royal subject while in Edinburgh University when he was an assistant to Professor Go[o]dsir. The royal subject was Prince Sobieski of Poland, who had been wounded in battle and escaped to Dùn Èideann/Edinburgh. He died in the infirmary of his wounds. The end of the story is very truncated and the text has been scored through in pencil.
Dates: 17 August 1886