The collection consists of two items.
Five pages of handwritten notes by Miss Schofield, mounted on card, giving a brief account of the administration and staffing at Nottingham General Hospital from the time she began working there as a junior clerk in 1926, until the years after the N.H.S. was founded. Includes notes on the Egg Week effort in which thousands of eggs were received from donors and pickled for use over the following months, and the similar Potato, Fruit and Vegetable Effort; and notes on how the hospital received convoys of injured soldiers during the Second World War. Undated, but probably written around the time the collection was donated, in 1993 (MS 377/1);
Circular letter from Henry M. Stanley, House Governor and Secretary, to members of staff at Nottingham General Hospital, dated 4 Aug. 1944, incorporating a copy letter from Harry Willick, Minister of Health, expressing his praise and gratitude for the efficiency of hospitals and casualty services in the Emergency Scheme (MS 377/2).