Slides of York hospitals, with teaching notes and materials, 1950s-1990s; deeds relating to York County Hospital, 1722-1977; photographs of York hospitals, 1880s-late 20th century; items relating to Clifton and Whixley Hospitals, c.1900-1931; items relating to a York nurse and midwife, 1930s-1950s; item relating to St Monica's Hospital, Easingwold, c.1892; item relating to Harrogate and District Co-ordinating Council for Voluntary Organisations concerned with Mental Health, 1988-1998; items relating to Dr Sydney Smith of York, late 19th century-1984; item relating to nurses, 1880s; items relating to York County Hospital, 1864, 1922-1923; typescript history of dermatology in York, 2001; items relating to York Workpeople's Hospital Fund and York County and District Hospital Contributory Scheme, c.1910-1948; items relating to Private Hulley, a patient at Military Hospital, York, 1916-1919; item relating to York Insurance Company, 1914-1952; item relating to Selby War Memorial Hospital, 1927; items relating to York A Group Hospital Management Committee, 1960s-1998; items relating to Senior Medical Staffs Committees in York, 1942-2000; and items relating to Miss Mabel Maud Berry, matron at North Riding Mental Hospital, 1900-1940s.
York Health Archives Private Deposits
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 193 D
- Dates of Creation1722-2001
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description0.5 cubic metres
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Created by S. A. Shearn, 04.08.15.
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