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  • /1-3 Holograph notes MRI minutes references to Wilson, 1813-58.
  • /4 Holograph note references in SluggReminiscences, Memoir of Turner, Brockbank,Lives sketches of honorary medical staff Renaud,MRI and Jordan, Jordan.
  • /5 Holograph note, note about monument to Wilson at Hazelwood.
  • /6 Holograph note references in Jordan, Jordan, re. Wilson's work as a lecturer at Mount St. Medical School.
  • /7 Holograph note, about Wilson from notes by A.A. Mumford.
  • /8 Holograph note entry inManchester School Register for Wilson's son Charles, 1836.
  • /9 Holograph note entry in Wheeler, Manchester 1836.
  • /10 Medical Directory entry 1847.
  • /11 Holograph note entry in Whellan's Manchester and Salford Directory 1852.
  • /12 Obituary notice produced as leaflet, authored by John Roberton [1855].
  • /13 Typescript and manuscript note of offices held by Wilson
  • /14 Cutting of biography from Brockbank, The Honorary Staff of the Manchester Royal Infirmary, (Manchester, 1904).
  • /15 Cutting Manchester Guardian 24 August 1946, brief article about Charlotte Brontë's visit to Manchester in 1846 for her father's eye operation.
  • /16 Cuttings Manchester Guardian [1947] letters to editor regarding Charlotte Brontë concerning Jane Eyre while staying in Manchester for her father's operation.
  • /17 Cutting BMJ 7 February 1931, article by C. Mabel Edgerley of the Brontë Society, 'The eyesight of the Brontës', includes reference to Wilson's operation.
  • /18 Photocopy of entry on Wilson in Bride, St. Mary's Hospitals (1922).
  • /19 B & W photograph of portrait of Wilson.
  • /20 Letter from Percy W. Hull to E.M. Brockbank, 31 August 1935, discusses genealogy of the Wilson family and Frances Wright-Baker, Wilson's grand-daughter who has a portrait of Wilson, which she may wish to present to the MMS. Includes a manuscript family tree of the Wilson family.
  • /21-26 Correspondence between Frances Wright-Baker and E.M. Brockbank 21 October-21 November 1935, concerning donation of portrait of Wilson to the MRI and his chair to the MMS. Wright-Baker was the grand-daughter of Wilson