- Ledger of accounts 1894-1898;
- Register of the Dr S J Moore Convalescent Home for Nurses 1901-1956;
- Register of the Dr S J Moore Convalescent Home for Nurses - cottage 1901-1903;
- Deed of Constitution and Trust of The Doctor Samuel Johnston Moore Convalescent Home for Nurses 1898;
- Petition by the Trustees and Governors of Dr S J Moore Convalescent Home for Nurses to the Court of Session, Scotland, proposing sale of the heritable property of the Trust and Home adding the proceeds to the general trust fund 1956;
- Inventory and valuation of the Moore House, Busby, dated 30 Oct 1956, work done by Messrs. McGrigor Donald & Co., Solicitors in Glasgow 1956
- Correspondence re: the proposed sale of the heritable property of the Trust and Home 1956;
- Constitution of the The Doctor Samuel Johnston Moore Convalescent Home for Nurses (23 copies) 1956;
- Annual Report of Hazelwood House (Nurses?? Memorial to King Edward VII)1976.
Records of Dr Samuel Johnston Moore's Trust, convalescent home for nurses, Glasgow, Scotland
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- ReferenceGB 248 DC 123
- Dates of Creation1894-1976
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description0.5 metres
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Administrative / Biographical History
The Dr Samuel Johnston Moore Convalescent Home for Nurses was constituted in 1898 to carry out a bequest contained in the will of Dr Samuel Johnston Moore, who died in 1894. It's purpose was to be a short-term convalescent home for sick nurses. In 1956 sale of the heritable property of the Trust and Home took place, with the proceeds going into the general trust fund entitled Dr Samuel Johnston Moore Trust for Nurses.
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Fonds level description compiled by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 22 October 2004.