Professional correspondence, mostly war-related. There are several papers relating to Jefferson's plans for the department of neurology/neurosurgery at the University/Manchester Royal Infirmary, including teaching. A letter from Brian Bennett, 1 June 1945, commenting on use of penicillin on HMS Premier and experiences on a Russian convoy; from Major L L Bernstein (No 11 Cdn general Hospital, Taplow), 9 August 1945 concerning his neurosurgical activities there; from Kenneth parry 2 July 1945 , describing the use of penicillin in cases of osteomyelitis at Walton Hospital, Liverpool..
File: Professional Correspondence
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- Dates of Creation1943-1945
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