Royal Victoria Dispensary, Hospital and Tuberculosis Trust case notes
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Case notes for patients treated by the Royal Victoria Dispensary, Hospital and Tuberculosis Trust in Southfield Sanatorium, the Royal Victoria Dispensary and as a result of the mass miniature radiography campaigns of 1957 - 1958.
- Creation: 1920s-1970s
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