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Alexander, George Lionel, 1902-1970 (Scottish born surgeon)

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Dates

  • Existence: 18 January 1902-8 October 1970

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Address by Norman Dott to Edinburgh University Club of Bristol, January 1962

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Identifier: Coll-32/D.162
Scope and Contents Address by Norman Dott to Edinburgh University Club of Bristol, dated January 1962. The lecture mainly mainly contains autobiographical reminiscences. The material consists of 2 copies of the address, one with manuscript revisions and extensions; and correspondence with George L. Alexander.
Dates: January 1962

Correspondence between Norman Dott and colleagues, 1946-1947 and undated

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Identifier: Coll-32/C.30
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and colleagues, dated 1946-1947 and undated. The material relates to the planning and content of the Postgraduate course in Internal Medicine and including plans and synopses of lectures. The correspondents are: J. Rostowski (motor system), undated; George I. Scott (medical ophthalmology), 1947; Anthony E. Ritchie (neurophysiology), 1946, 1947; Mary Pickford (hypothalamus), 1947; Richard W. B. Ellis (pediatrics), 1947; David Band (urology), 1947; James Slater...
Dates: 1946-1947 and undated

Correspondence between Norman Dott and George L. Alexander, 1963-1966

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Identifier: Coll-32/H.26
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and George L. Alexander, dated 1963-1966. The correspondence mainly relates to Alexander's proposal to create an 'Institute of the Neurosurgical Sciences' in Bristol, with plans, draft proposals, staff, etc. Some other professional matters regarding hospital planning, and cases under treatment, as well as personal and social news are also discussed.
Dates: 1963-1966

Correspondence between Norman Dott, George, L. Alexander, Joseph Schorstein, Samuel Rosner and Hamish Campbell, 1953-1958

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Identifier: Coll-32/H.11
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and colleagues, 1953-1958. The correspondents are: George, L. Alexander, regarding ventilation units for neurosurgical operating theatres, 1953-1954, Joseph Schorstein, 1955, Samuel Rosner, 1955 and Hamish Campbell regarding patient seen by Dott in Durban, including case-notes, etc., 1958.
Dates: 1953-1958

Correspondence between Norman Dott, M. Milletti, G. Jefferson and G.L. Alexander [check dates], c 1955-1961

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Identifier: Coll-32/F.82
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott, Mario Milletti, Geoffrey Jefferson and George L. Alexander, c 1955-1961 [check dates]. The correspondence relates to a proposed European journal of neurosurgery.
Dates: c 1955-1961

Correspondence regarding cases relating to cerebro-spinal fluid, 1952, 1955

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Identifier: Coll-32/D.58
Scope and Contents Correspondence with Norman Dott regarding cases relating to cerebrospinal fluid. The correspondence is between Dott and George L Alexander, dated 1952; and Frank Burton Walsh, dated 1955.
Dates: 1952, 1955

Farewell dinner in honour of George Lionel Alexander, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, January 1967-March 1967

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Identifier: Coll-32/A.27
Scope and Contents Farewell dinner in honour of George Lionel Alexander, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons on retirement from Frenchay Hospital, Bristol, January 1967-March 1967. Alexander was one of Dott's earliest colleagues, working with him in Edinburgh 1933-1948 before moving to Bristol. The material includes correspondence and arrangements, menu and text of Dott's speech at dinner, 7 pp.
Dates: January 1967-March 1967

'Intracranial aneurysmal formations', 1951

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Identifier: Coll-32/D.64
Scope and Contents Lecture by George L. Alexander and Norman Dott, 'Intracranial aneurysmal formations'. This was a joint paper presented in contribution to the Neuro-surgery section of the Symposium 'Medicine in Britain in the Festival Year', 1951. Dott had broken a femur at the time, therefore the paper was read by Alexander. The material concists of text, summary and list of slides for the paper; a programme of the symposia; correspondence from Hugh Cairns to George L Alexander; and correspondence between...
Dates: 1951

Miscellaneous Brain Injuries Committee (B. I. C.) papers and a meeting summary, c 1941-1942 and 28 February 1942

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Identifier: Coll-32/B.29
Scope and Contents Miscellaneous Brain Injuries Committee (B. I. C.) papers and a meeting summary. The material contains Brain Injuries Committee (B. I. C.) papers 41 (a), 55 (this is Hugh Cairns' illustrated report on the use of crash helmets); and a brief summary of a meeting dated 28 February 1942, where 'H.C.' [Hugh Cairns], 'G.J.' [Geoffrey Jefferson] and 'G.L.A.' [George Lionel Alexander] were present.
Dates: c 1941-1942 and 28 February 1942

S.B.N.S. [ Society of British Neurological Surgeons] Planning Committee, 1945-1948

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Identifier: Coll-32/F.60
Scope and Contents Material relating to the S.B.N.S. [ Society of British Neurological Surgeons] Planning Committee, 1945-1948. The President was Sir Hugh Cairns and the Secretary, Geoffrey Jefferson. The Committee was set up in June 1945 to consider organisation, training, teaching and research in 'Neuro-surgery as a recognised specialism', and its relations with related disciplines (neurology, psychiatry). The material consists of preliminary correspondence to the setting-up of the Committee (February...
Dates: 1945-1948