Smith, Sydney Alfred, Sir, 1883-1969 (Professor of Forensic Medicine and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Edinburgh)
- Existence: 1883-1969
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and various colleagues, dated August 1931-May 1932. The items especially relate to administrative relations and physical organisation of Dott's work between the Royal Infirmary, Jordanburn Nerve Hospital and private clinics. Includes Dott's letter to Sir Sydney Smith of 29 April 1932 containing a detailed account of developments up to that date. The correspondent are George M. Robertson, Sir Sydney Alfred Smith and Alan Gregg.
Dates: August 1931-May 1932
Correspondence between Norman Dott, Samuel Rosner, Percival Bailey, Philip C. Bromage, Phillip Harris, Sir Charles Symonds, R.H. Girdwood and Sir Sydney Smith [Check is it Philip R Bromage?], 1952-1953, 1962
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and Colleagues, 1952-1963, 1962. The correspondents are Samuel Rosner, 1952, Percival Bailey, postcard, 1952, Philip C. Bromage [Check is it Philip R Bromage?], 1953, Phillip Harris, regarding trigeminal pain and other matters, 1953, Sir Charles Symonds, 1953 R.H. Girdwood, regarding G.P. training in Edinburgh, and Sir Sydney Smith, 1953 and Dott's letter regarding the death of Smith's wife, 1962.
Dates: 1952-1953, 1962
Scope and Contents Correspondence regarding the working of the National Radium Commission, the National Radium Centre at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, and the Joint Committee of the Infirmary and University of Edinburgh 1929-1948
Scope and Contents Papers on the use of penicillin for civilians 1944; correspondence relating to the supply of penicillin to Edinburgh hospitals 1944-1945; requests for supplies of penicillin 1944-1945; correspondence relating to returns of use of penicillin 1945; correspondence relating to supplies of sub-standard penicillin 1945; correspondence relating to increased supplies of penicillin 1945; penicillin treatment record forms 1944-1945