Found in 62 Collections and/or Records:
The diary is 43pp. long (foolscap). It is a copy of typescript with corrections. It begins with her birth and family circumstances as she grew up, and includes her life as a governess, her marriage and journey to China, the birth of her children, the Taiping Rebellion, medical training in London and studies in Edinburgh, and her return to London. The diary ends in 1886-1887 and with brief description of personal celebrations around the Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
Three pages of a letter to Gregory on physiology.
Graduation schedules including examinations taken. Began as 'Medical Examinations' and retitled 'Medical Graduates' in 1903.
An index, in Gregory's hand, to the material he designated as Folio C.
Letter from AJ Alexander to Joseph Black regarding medical matters, lime from coral, chemical experiments etc.
Letter from Dr Henry Menish to Joseph Black about minerals and medical matters.
Letter from John Roebuck to Joseph Black seeking an opinion on his patient.