Report to the Director General of Medical Services, Surgeon Gen Sir Arthur Sloggett, on the introduction of steel helmets, 1916.
BOWLBY, Surgeon Gen Sir Anthony Alfred, 1st Bt (1855-1929)
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- Dates of Creation1916
- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Born in 1855; educated at Durham School and at St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1879; served in South Africa as Senior Surgeon, Portland Hospital, Bloemfontein, 1899-1900; Maj, 1908-1914 and Lt Col, 1 London General Hospital, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1914-1919; civilian member of Army Medical Advisory Board, -1918; served in Army Medical Service, 1914-1919; British Red Cross Society representative on the Technical Reserve Advisory Committee on Voluntary Aid, 1914-1920; member of honorary consulting staff of Royal Army Medical College, Queen Alexandra Military Hospital, 1914-1920; served on British Red Cross Society Executive Committee, 1917-1920; honorary Maj Gen, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1920; died in 1929.
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Presented to the centre in 1984 by Lady Hamilton.
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Contemporary Medical Archives Centre, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine holds an additional collection of papers, 1880-1995, including correspondence, reports and photographs relating to the establishment and work of the Portland Hosptial, Bloemfontein, South Africa 1899-1901, lectures and articles relating chiefly to the treatment of the war-wounded from 1908-1920, personal correspondence, 1880-1929, correspondence and memorabilia relating to St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1880-1937 and biographical notes by Ursula Bowlby (Bowlby's daughter-in-law), 1995 (Ref: RAMC MS 365 and GC 181). The Royal College of Surgeons of England also holds some letters and papers.
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