Photocopied diaries of Hodges during his research into sleeping sickness in Uganda.
Diaries of Lt Col Aubrey Dallas Percival Hodges
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- ReferenceGB 809 Hodges
- Dates of Creation1898-1906
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description1 box
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Born 1861; educated Epsom College and London Hospital; Assistant Resident Medical Officer, South-East Fever Hospital, New Cross, London; House Physician, House Surgeon and Resident Accoucheur, London Hospital; Medical Officer in charge Sleeping Sickness Extended Investigation; Principal Medical Officer, Uganda Protectorate, 1908-1918; Lt Col Commanding Uganda Medical Service and Assistant Director of Medical Services for Uganda, 1914-1918; Fellow Royal Institute of Public Health; Fellow Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; died 1946. Publications: Observations relating to the transmission of Sleeping Sickness in Uganda; the distribution and bionomics of Glossina palpalis; and to clearing measures and Progress Report on the Uganda Sleeping Sickness Camps from December, 1906, to November 30th, 1908 (Royal Society, Sleeping Sickness Bureau, London, 1909).
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Deposited by the family of Col Hodges in 1981.
Compiled by Erika Gwynett and Robert Baxter as part of the RSLP AIM25 Project. Source: Who's Who. Revised by Victoria Killick, LSHTM Archvist, August 2004.
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Copies of the diaries also held at the Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies at Rhodes House, Oxford University
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The family of Colonel Hodges have retained the original diaries.