Photocopy letters

Scope and Content

Photocopies of letters from Geoffrey Jefferson, the originals of which appear to have been bound in a volume. The photocopy letters have been arranged in chronological order. 

  • /1 Letter to Ernest Finch about James Hardman, 13 November 1936.
  • /2 Two letters to James Hardman regarding his appointment at MRI, 19 November 1936 and 30 December 1936.
  • /3 Letter to James Hardman about a prolapsed disc case and the arrangements for head injuries, 4 October 1939.
  • /4 Letter to James Hardman about facilities at Fulwood Hospital, 8 March 1940.
  • /5 Letter to James Hardman, 22 May 1940.
  • /6 Letter to James Hardman about his appointment as a Regional Adviser for Head Injuries, 1 October 1940.
  • /7 Letter to James Hardman about the birth of his son and how the bombing raids on Manchester affected the hospitals, 30 December 1940.
  • /8 Letter to James Hardman about a case of carcinoma of the pituitary, 29 May 1942.
  • /9 Letter to James Hardman about Dr. Susan Lempert, 2 October 1942. The photocopy is annotated in manuscript [by Norman Guthkelch].
  • /10 Letter to James Hardman of a case of meningioma 6 September 1944. The photocopy is annotated in manuscript [by Norman Guthkelch].
  • /11 Letter to James Hardman about staffing for a neurological department and the need for both a neurologist and a psychiatrist, 4 February 1946.
  • /12 Letter to James Hardman about medical artists and the staff at Sheffield Royal Infirmary, 9 October 1947.
  • /13 Letter to James Hardman suggesting that he nominate Egas Moniz for the Nobel Prize in Medicine, on the basis of his work in leucotomy and angiography, 17 January 1949. [Egas Moniz was awarded half of the Nobel Prize for 1949, along with Walter Rudolf Hess.]
  • /14 Letter to James Hardman, 19 June 1950.
  • /15 Letter to James Hardman about Ben Dawson, a candidate for an appointment, 18 August 1953.
  • /16-18 Three letters from Jefferson to Ernest Finch sending biographical information about himself, 1954-1955.
  • /19 Letter to James Hardman about the appointment of Antony Jefferson at Sheffield Royal Infirmary, 8 February 1956.
  • /20 Personal letter to James Hardman about his wife Una, 18 December 1959.

Additional Information

Existence and location of originals: Unknown.