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Reginald Stepney, 5, [Child of] Railway guard

Occupation or role: [Child of] Railway guard
Age: 5
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 26 Aug 1913
Date of death: 31 Oct 1913
Disease (transcribed): Anaemia ? (aplastic clinically). Acute leukaemia
Disease (standardised): Anaemia (Systemic); Leukaemia (Bone marrow, Blood)
Admitted under the care of: Frankau, Claude Howard Stanley
Medical examination performed by: Oram, Evelyn Henry Bardens
Post mortem examination performed by: Trevor, Robert Salusbury
Medical notes: He had pain in the back for a month. He fell out of a cart some months ago.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, thymus, thyroid, pericardium, heart, liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, bladder, alimentary canal, skull, eyes, bones and marrow
Illustrations: Yes
Type of incident: Trauma/accident

Neville Foulsham, 19, [Child of] Porter

Occupation or role: [Child of] Porter
Age: 19
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 28 Feb 1922
Date of death: 17 Mar 1922
Disease (transcribed): Precocious adiposity. ? Hypernephroma
Disease (standardised): Adiposity (Systemic); Carcinoma, renal cell (Kidney)
Admitted under the care of: Bellingham-Smith, Eric
Medical examination performed by: Gainsborough, Hugh
Post mortem examination performed by: Donaldson, Robert
Medical notes: 'History: The pt. [patient] attended the O.P.D. [Out-patient department] for pain in the sides, back and hips. His throat had been sore for 2 weeks. He said he had 'influenza' 2 months ago. He had been fat as long as he could remember. He reached the 6th standard at school and worked in a munition factory during the war but since then had no regular emplyment. An X Ray of the skull had shewed no change in the sella turcica. On admission: 23/2/'22 There was extraordinary and universal obesity, florid complexion, pedulous [sic] cheeks, female type breasts and pendulous abdomen with well marked '[?]'. He had a high pitched voice and his mentality was child like. Heart and lungs. N.A.D. [Nothing abnormal discovered]. B.P. systolic 218 mm. Abdomen. Nothing abnormal palpable. Lt [Left] testicle small and rt. [right] undescended. Urine contained 4% albumen. No gross change in fields of vision'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Hair, skin, pupils, skull, brain, membranes, tongue, thymus, thyroid, larynx, trachea, pleurae, lungs, bronchi, bronchial glands, pericardium, heart
Type of incident: n/a

NV106 – Janet Moriarty

Ref no: NV106
Name: Janet Moriarty (née Smith)
Dates at St George's: 1958-1961

Digital images, copyright form, audio files and transcript of interview conducted by Stephanie Kirby.

Image descriptions:
PH092 – Set B 1958: Janet Moriarty's set of trainee nurses, 1958
PH093 – Janet Moriarty in student uniform, 1958

NV107 – Gillian Perry

Ref no: NV107
Name: Gillian Perry (née Lloyd)
Dates at St George's: 1969-1978

Digital image, copyright form, audio files and transcript of interview conducted by Shirley Orbell.

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PH726 – Gillian Perry nee Lloyd: Gillian Perry (née Lloyd), May 1969 Set, receiving Honours Certificate in Hospital Finals Exam 1972 from Dame Muriel Powell in the Boardroom at St George's, Hyde Park Corner

St George’s Hospital Gazette, volume XXIII

'Volume 23, January 1920-July 1923'. Contents:

'Index, Vol. XXIII'

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.1, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.Facing page 1, 'Mr T. Pickering Pick', Photograph of Mr T Pickering Pick by Mr Clinton Dent; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.1-2, 'Thomas Pickering Pick', Obituary of Thomas Pickering Pick, 1841-1919; Student at St George’s; Demonstrator of Anatomy and Surgical Registrar; Curator of the Museum; Assistant Surgeon; Surgeon and Consulting Surgeon; Inspector of Anatomy; Editor of Gray’s Anatomy;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.2-19, 'Some Experiences of a British Prisoner of War in Turkey', Account of Experiences as a Prisoner of War in Turkey from 1916-1918. Part 2; Captain L. A. P. Anderson

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.19, 'School Notes', New subscription rates for Gazette; Omissions and corrections to list of St George’s men on Active service in the war; Resignation of Mr Norman Bennett; Election of Dr Helen Ingleby to the post of Assistant Physician to the Victoria Hospital for Children; Election of Dr Russell Wells to the post of Vice Chancellor of the University of London; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.22-23, 'October 1st, 1919', Problems caused by Railway Strike; Indroductory address by Dr Sprigge; Annual Dinner on November 26th 1919 at Princes’ Restaurant; Attended by ‘two daring ladies’; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.24-26, 'Apothecaries of the Royal Household (St George’s Men)', History of the post of Apothecary to the Royal Household which has been held by St George’s men for 140 years; Edward Holdich; John Halifax; Richard Walker; John Nussey; Edward Duke Moore; Claudius Francis du Pasquier; Sir Francis Laking;; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.26, 'A Poet’s Corner', Satirical article and poem about the proposed rebuilding of the Hospital; T. N.

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.29, 'Obituary', Obituaries of John Cahill, 1857-1919; James Valek Albert, died 4th November 1919; F.M. [F. Morley]

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.30, 'Births', A daughter to W. Byam; a daughter to Bertram Cohen; a son to Ralph E. Drake-Brockman; a daughter to W. J. Fenton; a daughter to Claude Frankau; a daughter to James S. Higgs; a son to Harold E. Thorn; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.31, 'Marriages', Cuthbert James Blaikie to Helen Dorothea Campbell; Hamilton Stanley Faber to Lena Seymour; Gerald Noel Boyd Sebastian to Rosanna Belton; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.31, 'Deaths', James V. Albert aged 71; William Ash aged 84; John Cahill aged 62; C. Lyon Vasey aged 70; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.31, 'Correspondence ', Letter from the authors of Aids to Surgery about a critical review in a previous issue of the Gazette; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 1. pp.32-36, 'Reviews', Fractures and their Treatment by John A. C. MacEwen; Aids to Materia Medica by Arnold E. Collie; Disabilities of the Locomotor Apparatus b Aug. Broca; Ground Work of Surgery by Arthur Cook; Wounds of the Pleura and Lung by Gregoire and Courcoux; Diseases of Women by Ten Teachers; Handbook of Gynaecology by Bethel Solomons; Tubercle; Child Welfare and Teaching by J. Sim Wallace; Aids to the Mathematics of Hygeine by R. Bruce Ferguson; English Public Health Series; An Introduction to General Physiology by W. M. Bayliss; Manual of Diseases of Children by James Burnet; Diseases of the Throat, Nose and Ear by W. G. Porter; The Cambridge Notebook for Practical Biology; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.37, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.37-38, 'Our Appeal', Results of appeal for funds to continue publishing the Gazette; only 160 of 960 St George’s men offered to subscribe; List of subscribers; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.39-43, 'Surgical Shock', Paper read at the Hunterian Society by C. H. S. Frankau; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.44-46, 'Spain as I Found it', Poem; T. W. P. [T. Wilson Parry]

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.46-48, 'School Notes', Surplus of back numbers of the Gazette; Miss Richards to marry Major [George C.] Willcocks; Recent awards of Honours to St George’s staff; Annual dinner of the Hunterian Society; Presentation to the Medical School of two sculptures; Lifesize figure of John Hunter in plaster which is a copy by Mr Hope Pinker of the one in Oxford and a bust of Mr Pickering Pick; Lawn Tennis Fixtures; Appointment of Mr Frank Morley as Dental Surgeon and Mr Fickling as Assistant Dental Surgeon; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.48-49, 'Hunterian Society', Revival of society post war; Dr Jex-Blake appointed President; Recent meetings; ‘Einstein’s Manifold’ presented by Mr Beattie; Mr James presented items from the archive and the history of the medical school; Mr Frankau presented on Shock; Dr W. E. Waller on the Campaign in Iraq; Dr Jex-Blake presented on Tuberculosis; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.49, 'Obituary', John Henry Connell Whipple, 1840-1920; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.50, 'Births', A son to N. W. Berry; A son to Maurice Davidson; a daughter to E. J. Selby; a daughter to A. C. Stanley Smith; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.50, 'Marriages', Geoffrey Douglas Hale Carpenter to Amy Frances Thomas-Peter; Walter Fedde Fedden to Sybil Mary Haines; George Charles Willcox to Hilda Winifred Richards; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.50-51, 'Deaths', George de Castro aged 76; Thomas Johnston English; William Kington Fyffe; Charles Edward Liesching, aged 57; Reginald Leslie Norman, aged 49; Charles Robert Watson aged 49; John Henry Connel Whipple; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.51, 'Correspondence ', Appeal from the RAMC to fund a War Memorial; T. H. J. Goodwin

Vol XXIII. Issue 2. pp.52-56, 'Reviews', Handbook of Skin Diseases by Reginald Gardiner; On Facial Neuralgia and its’ treatment by J. Hutchinson; Anaesthetics by J. Stuart Ross; Syphilis in Childhood by Leonard Findlay; Venereal Disease by Wansey Bayly; An Atlas of Primary and Cutaneous lesions of Syphilis in the Male by Charles F White and W. Herbert Brown; Diseases of Women by Thomas G. Stevens; Oto-Rhino-Laryngology by George Laurens; Cunningham’s Manual of Anatomy; Wheeler’s Handbook of Medicine; Home Exercises for Spinal Curvatures by Richard Timburg; Radiography in the examination of the Liver, Gall Bladder and Bile Ducts by Robert Knox; Electrical Treatment by Wilfred Harris; X-Ray Observations for Foreign Bodies and their Localisation by Harold C. Gage; Practical Physiological Chemistry; A Manual of Surgery by Rose and Carless; Surgical Operations for Nurses; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.57, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.57-65, 'The Lane Letters', Letters presented to the Medical School in 1917 by widow of Ernest Hart; Formerly Editor of the British Medical Journal; Transcriptions of Letters from the collection of Samuel Lane relate to the foundation of the Medical School at Hyde Park Corner and the Anatomy School at Kinnerton Street; Herbert Mayo; Dr J. A. Wilson; Sir Benjamin Brodie; Thomas Tatum; Mr John Harrison; Robert Liston; Robert Keate; R. B. Walker; Richard Greenup ; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.65-66, 'Dr A. J. Jex-Blake', Resignation of Dr Jex Blake following his marriage to Lady Muriel Herbert and his move to Nairobi, Kenya; Biography and Appreciation; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.66-67, 'School Notes', List of Additional subscribers to the Gazette; Sir Clifford Allbutt appointed to Privy Council; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.67, 'The Pupil’s Register', Forthcoming publication of the Pupil’s Register with names of those registered between 1752-1918; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Appointments', Appointments of staff to St George’s Hospital and other organisations.; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Births', A son to J. Blomfield; a daughter to G. A Ewart; a son to G.E. Friend; a daughter to F. E. Roberts; a daughter to Robert Bradley Roe; a son to D. W. Roy; a daughter to R. B. Hervey-Wyatt; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Marriages', Arthur John Jex-Blake to Muriel Katharine Herbert; John W. Watson to Ruth Mary Charrington; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.68, 'Deaths', Henry Blake aged 68; Lancelot Hugh Downman Hale; R. S. Turton; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.69, 'Obituary', Dr W. K. Fyffe; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 3. pp.69-74, 'Reviews', The Doctor’s Manual or Practitioner’s Vade Mecum by A. H. Hart; Cunningham’s Manual of Practical Anatomy; Handbook of Diseases of the Ear Nose and Throat by Syme; Manual of Venereal Diseases for Students by L. W. Harrison; The Shibboleths of Tuberculosis by Marcus Patterson; Synopsis of Pharmacology by David Gow; Gray’s Anatomy 21st Edition; Military Sanitation; The X-Ray atlas of the Systemic Arteries by Orrin; Operative Surgery by Thomson and Miles; Selected Lectures and Essays by Sir John Bland-Sutton; Common Infections of the Kidneys by Frank Kidd; The Radiography of the Chest by Walker Overend; Air Sickness; Duties of Sisters in small Hospitals by Norton; Gonococcal Infection in the Male by Norman Lumb; Bailliere’s Nurses Dictionary; Aids to Osteology by Turner; Practical Chemistry by Ellis Richards; The New Physiology by A. Rendle Short; The Principles of Ante-Natal and Post-Natal Child Physiology by Feldman;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.75, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.75-88, 'The Campaign in ‘Iraq.', Personal account of the Campaign in Iraq from 1914-1918; Includes outline of the campaign and Map; Account of the author’s time on the 31st Hospital Ship Oxfordshire;; W. E. W. [Waller, Wathen Ernest]

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.89, 'Post Mortem Notes on an Early Case of Appendicitis', Account of a Post Mortem on a 19 year old male undertaken in November 1844 by Mr Prescott Hewett; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.90, 'Golf Competition', Gift of a Challenge Cup by Sir Crisp English and Mr Ivor Back for an annual Golf competition; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.90-91, 'School Notes', Annual Dinner held on October 15th 1920 at Prince’s Restaurant; Humphry Rolleston in the Chair; New Year’s honours awarded to Sir Squire Sprigge and Sir Dawson Williams; Appointment of Dr Golla as Physician and Dr E Bellingham Smith as Assistant Physician; Dance in aid of Athletic Ground; Comment on the article about a Post Mortem on a case of appendicitis; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.91, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.92, 'Appointments', Appointments of St George’s staff to the hospital and other organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.92, 'Births', A Daughter to Lionel Colledge; a daughter to Dr Hamilton S. Faber; a daughter to Cecil Francis-Williams; a daughter to Dr Sidney F. Smith; a son to Dr F. H. Watson; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.92, 'Deaths', Golding Bird Collet on November 6th 1920, aged 68; Henry Peers Dimmock on January 23rd 1921; George Edgelow on November 20th 1920 aged 76; Dr R. T. Finch on January 21st 1921; Robert Kennedy Grogan Graves on 12th December 1920 of disease contracted while serving in Mesopotamia 1916-1918; John Nachbar on October 19th 1920 aged 54; Edmund Johnson Spitta on January 21st 1921 aged 68; Sir Edgcombe Venning on November 17th 1920; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.93-94, 'Obituary', Obituaries of Lt-Col Henry Peers Dimmock 1857- 1921; author of letter to the School in support of the work of H. Vandyke Carter in India; Sir Edgcombe Venning, 1837-1920; John Nachbar 1867-1920; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 4. pp.94-100, 'Reviews', Vicious Circles in Disease by J. B. Hurry; Manual of Hygeine for Students; Diagnosis of Bacteria and Blood Parasites by E. P. Minette; The Industrial Clinic edited by Edgar L. Collis; Manual of Medicine by Woodward; Theory and Practice of Massage; Elements of Practical Medicine by Alfred H. Carter, Synoptic Chart of Cardiac Examination; a Pocket Book of Opthalmology; Theory and Practice of Nursing; Venereal Diseases by MacDonagh; Notes on Midwifery; Physical Signs in Chest and Abdomen by A. J. Jex-Blake; Diseases of the Throat, Nose and Ear by McKenzie; Lectures on Surgery to Nurses; Aids to Pathology; Aids to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of Children; the Pocket Anatomy by Fagge; The Medical Examination of Airment; Syphilis and its’ Treatment by Fox; The Extra Pharmacopoeia; A Synopsis of Surgery by Hey-Groves; Atlas of the Sensory Cutaneous Nerves; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.101, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.101-102, 'John Warrington Haward, F. R. C. S. Eng', Obituary of John Warrington Haward, Senior consulting Surgeon; 1841-1921; previously Curator of the Museum; Treasurer of the Medical School; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.102-107, 'The Campaign in ‘Iraq. (continued)', Continued account of personal experiences during the Campaign in IraQ; W. E. W. [Waller, Wathen Ernest]

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.108, 'Psycho-analysis', Poem; T. W. P. [T. Wilson Parry]

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.109-112, 'The Mayo Clinic at Rochester', Account of the work of the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.112 -113, 'The Annual Dinner', Report of the Annual Dinner held at Oddenino’s Restaurant chaired by Dr Des Voeux; Attended by 84 St George’s Men and guests; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.113-114, 'School Notes', Award of Honorary Degree to Humphry Davy Rolleston by Durham University; Biography of Sir Humphry Rolleston; Award of Legion of Honour to Dr W. R. Dakin; Building of the new Massage and Electro-Therapeutic Department; Increased entry of Student numbers in 1921; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.114-115, 'Obituary', Obituary of William Henry Bull, 1952-1921; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.115, 'Appointments', Appointments of St George’s staff to the hospital and other organisations; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.115, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.115, 'Distinction', Award of Legion of Honour to W. R. Dakin; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.116, 'Births', A son to W. Byam; a son to B. A. Fetherstone-Dilke; a son to E. J. Selby; a son to George C. Willcocks; a daughter to R. Salisbury Woods; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.116, 'Marriages', Colin Cassidy to Cara Evan-Thomas; Philip Neighbour to Grace Buckworth; Thomas Nelson to Mary Beaven; F. B. Shettle to Jean Chrystall; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.116, 'Deaths', William Henry Bull aged 69; Samuel Henry Byam aged 73; Hughes Reid Davies aged 62; George Pocock Goldsmith aged 84; John Warrington Haward aged 80; Harry Hollis aged 52; George Frederic Morley; Alfred John Pickthorn aged 57; Edmond Munkhouse Wilson aged 66; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 5. pp.117-120, 'Reviews', Synopsis of Medicine by Letheby Tidy; The Care of Eye Cases; Manual of Opthalmic Operations; Gout; Textbook of General Pathology and A Textbook of Special Pathology by Martin Beattie; Diseases of the Lung and Pleura; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.121, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.121, 'The Retirement of Attwood', Retirement of Attwood; Under Porter from 1887; Head Porter from 1900-1922; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.122-127, 'A Glimpse of the Hospitals in Vienna', Visit to Vienna by Medical Students from Zurich: State of the Wards; Importance of Childrens’ Diet; Visits to various hospitals and attendance at lectures; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.127-128, 'The Guttersnipe', Poem, being the Vision of an Overworked House Surgeon; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.129, 'Teratomata', Comic Quotes and extracts from Medical notes and consultations; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.130-136, 'The Mayo Clinic', Gastroenterology at the Mayo Clinic; Diagnosis of ulcers and GI conditions using test meals and Xray; Indications for laparotomy and surgery; Surgical treatment of gastric cancer; Treatment of Gallstones, Syphilis of the Stomach;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.136, 'A Little Knowledge; A Pity; If George Robey had been an H. S.', Lighthearted article from the point of view of a patient reading his own notes; Two short comic poems entitled A Pity and If George Robey had been an H. S. [House Surgeon]; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.139, 'Annual Golf Competition', Request for entries to the Annual Golf Competition; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.139-140, 'Boxing', Reinstatement of the Boxing Club with S. [Sid] Burns (ex champion middleweight) as instructor; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.140, 'Hunterian Society', Recent Meetings of the Hunterian Society; Election of C. H. S. Frankau as President; Matters of Rectal Interest by Mr Back; Minor Surgical Tactics by Dr Frankau; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.141, 'School Notes', Retirement of Attwood: Increased number of students; Annual Athletic Club Dance at Knightsbridge Hotel; Qualification of Miss M. A. M. Davies; Resignations of Mr Bladen and Dr Waller; Appointment of Mr B. N. Pidcock as Assistant Curator; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.142, 'Obituary', Obituary of Herbert Charles Wilkin, 1832-1921; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.142, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results including M. A. M. Davies; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.143, 'Notices; Appointment, Change of Address', Appointment of St George’s Staff to other Hospitals and Services; Change of Address; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.143, 'Births', A son to H. R. S. Walford; a daughter to J. W. Watson; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.143, 'Marriages', Roger Henry Emmett to Mabel Alice Potter; E. H. Vere Hodge to Barbara Bingley; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.143, 'Deaths', Edgar Beaumont; Dr G. C. Bright aged 81; Prof. Sheridan Delepine aged 66; Norman Ernest Farr aged 34, Killed in a motoring accident; James Foster Palmer aged 73; James George aged 96; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 6. pp.144-150, 'Reviews', Pathology of the Nervous System; Heart Disease and Pregnancy; A Manual of Midwifery; Intrinsic Cancer of the Larynx; On Modern Methods of Treating Fractures by Hey Groves; Letters to a Nurse; a Synopsis of Midwifery; Prosthetic Dentistry; Cataract and its’ Treatment; A Pocket Surgery; Aids to Operative Surgery; Modern Methods in Diagnosis and Treatment of Renal Disease; Aids to Medicine; The Oxford Index of Therapeutics; Materia Medica; An Atlas of Normal Labour; manual of Physio-Therapeutics; The Principles of Electrotherapy; Barrier Charts for Health Officers; Thyrea and Other Sonnets; The Rat and how to kill him; A Guide to Anatomy for Students of Medical Gymnastics, Massage and Medical Electricity by E. D. Ewart; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.Facing page 151, 'Humphry Rolleston June 1916', Photograph of Humphry Rolleston; Photo – Elliot and Fry

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.151, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.151-152, 'Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston, K.C.B., M.D., President of the Royal College of Physicians', Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston; Appointment as President of the Royal College of Physicians; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.152-154, 'Some Methods of Treatment adopted by the Arab ‘hakims’ of Iraq', Personal account of medical treatment in Iraq; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.155, 'Neurasthenia', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.156, 'The Hospitals of London Combined Appeal', Money Raising activities by Medical students; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.157, 'Expansion', Humorous Anecdote; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.157-158, 'The Garden', Poem; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.158, 'Who Are They?', Humorous Anecdotes and anonymised staff quotes; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.159-160, 'Lawn Tennis Club', Refurbishment of Courts; Recent fixtures and results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.160, 'The Rugby Football Club', Team formed for Inter Hospitals cup; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.161, 'The St George’s Hospital Club', Notice of Forthcoming meetings and Dinner; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.161, 'School Notes', Retirement of Mr James as Dean and election of Dr Torrens; Increase in student numbers and participation in appeal and sport; Reforming of Rugby club and Rifle club; Golf Competition: Parade of Hospital banner at the Albert Hall in St Mary’s Hospital Ball; Stopped clock in Autopsy room and mid 19th century glass negative on fireplace; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.163, 'The “Attwood” Testimonial', Results of appeal for retired porter, Edwin G. Attwood, including list of subscribers; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.164, 'Correspondence ', Anonymous letter on the cause of Stomach cancer being chemicals used in curing of bacon; Letter from Geo. R. Lake about a poem written by his son to George Robey; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Notices Births', A son to Dr Eric Bellingham-Smith; a son to Gerald E. Friend; a daughter to Dr H. E. Symes-Thompson; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Notices Marriages', Wilfred Harry Bleaden to Gertrude Hunter; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Notices Deaths', John Hewetson Bertolacci, aged 72; William Harriott Coke, aged 71; Harry Neville Coltart aged 48; George Douglas Hunter; Edward Kaye-Smith aged 82; George Robert Lake aged 77; James Maurice Skill aged 60; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Notices Change of Address', Erasmus L. Ellis; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.165, 'Prizes', Recent awards of Student prizes; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.166, 'Appointments', Appointments of Medical Staff including N. J. Judah as Resident obstetric assistant and H. Brookman as Resident Anaesthetist; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 7. pp.166-172, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.173, 'Contents', List of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.173-175, 'School Notes', Start of New Academic Year; Increase in Medical numbers; Attendance at Hunterian Society meeting; Proposed annual dance in aid of Athletic Ground; Inaugural address by Sir Clifford Allbutt;Sir George Turner elected Medical School Club President; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.175-180, 'The Mayo Clinic', Treatment of Goitre at the Mayo Clinic; H. C. H. Bull

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.180-181, 'Freud', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.181, 'The Seance', Description of attendance at a Seance; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.183, 'An Apostrophe', Humorous poem dedicated to Annette or Annetts, the Cloak-room attendant; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.183-188, 'Deodands', The history and role of the Coroner in cases involving Deodands ; [A deodand is a thing forfeited or given to God, specifically, in law, an object or instrument that becomes forfeited because it has caused a person's death]; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.188-189, 'Extracte From Ye Diary of Mr Pepps', Account of a day in the life of a ‘medical apprentice’ in the style of Samuel Pepys; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.189, 'The Erotic Motive', Poem about a recently published book by Mr Albert Mordell “The Erotic Motive in Literature”; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.190-191, 'Obituary', Obituary of Arthur Marmaduke Sheild; H. S. P. [Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow]

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.191, 'Boxing Club', Recent revival of the Boxing club with appointment of professional instructor Sid Burns for two months prior to the interhospital tournament.; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.192, 'The Rugby Football Club', Report of AGM and recent fixtures; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.192, 'The “Attwood” Testimonial', Additional list of subscribers; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.193, 'Births', A Son to G. R. E. Colquhoun; a son to Donald Roy; a daughter to Dr Stanley-Smith; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.193, 'Deaths', William Lewington Barker aged 80; Richard Henry Barker aged 74; Charles Douglas Bowdich Hale aged 72; Rev Wellington Renton Pascoe aged 49; Arthur Marmaduke Sheild; Alfred Thomas Guy Watts aged 64; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.193, 'Appointments', Appointments of Medical staff to hospitals outside St George’s; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.193, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results and Entrance Scholarship awards; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.194-196, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 8. pp.196, 'Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.197, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.197-205, 'A visit to some of the Clinics of North America', Report of visit to the Mayo Clinic; Treatment of Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers; Use of Xrays in diagnosis; Gallbladder diseases; Visit to Dr Lyon in Philadelphia; Visit to Battle Creek Sanitorium, Mitchigan; Founder Dr J. H. Kellogg: Treatment of Neuraesthenia; Visit to Johns Hopkins Hospital: Visit to Toronto; Work of Banting and Best on Insulin; Work of Dr Alvarez in San Francisco on GI motility; Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland; Studies of Bile in blood plasma; Cleveland Clinic; Use of Glucose Tolerance Test;; H. C. H. Bull

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.206-208, 'School Notes', Increased participation in Sports and use of the Library; Annual Dance at the Knightsbridge Hotel, January 16th; Repainting of outside of Hospital; Appointments of Dr T. S. Nelson to Tuberculosis Department; Mr J. C. Gardner in the Chemical Department; Recent Meetings and Programme of the Hunterial Society;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.208, 'Progress', Poem about Tuberculosis terminology; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.209-217, 'Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge', Paper read at the Hunterian Society by Mr [Robert Rutson] James: History and Geography of the area; R. R. J. [James. Robert Rutson]

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.217-218, 'Carcinoma', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.218-222, 'Five Gentlemen of the Corner, or A Man’s Ill who Ends Ill', Satirical article in the form of a restoration play; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.222, 'Boxing Club', Difficulties with Training; Sid Burns as Professional Instructor; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.222-223, 'Rifle Club', Dr Torrens appointed president; Practice at Bisley; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.223-228, 'St George’s Hospital Rugby Football Club', Detailed reports of recent fixtures; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.228, 'Annual Golf Competition', Call for entries; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.228-229, 'The Eccentric', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.229, 'Birth', A daughter to Dr Frank Garratt; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.229, 'Deaths', William Lawrence Ascherson aged 52; Heaton Clark Howard aged 67; Frederick Pitcairn Nunneley; Arthur Paul Sherwood aged 72; John Hecker Smyth aged 22; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.230, 'Changes of Address', Changes of Address of Staff and Alumni; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.230, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.230-231, 'Appointments', Recent appointments to St George’s Staff; Including Dr H. Gainsborough as Resident Assistant Physician; Mr B. H. Pidcock as Resident Assistant Surgeon; Miss N. H. Schuster as Assistant Curator; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.231, 'Correspondence ', Correspondence about upcoming Cricket Matches and Poems in the Gazette; C. M. Tuke; Alex N. Clemenger

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.232-235, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 9. pp.236, 'Notices', ; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.Facing page 237, 'Frontispiece', Photograph of Arthur Carlyle Latham; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.237, 'Contents', Table of Contents; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.237-238, 'Arthur Carlyle Latham, An Appreciation', Obituary of Arthur Carlyle Latham; H. S. P. [Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow]

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.239-240, 'School Notes', Result of recent Golf match; Interhospital sports day; Death of Dr Latham; Resignation of Dr Golla; Appointments of Drs Torrens, Bellingham Smith, Gainsborough and Feiling; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.240-241, 'Chloroform', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.241, 'Achievement', Satirical article about Study and Revision; T.

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.242, 'An Elegy', Poem; A. F. M. [A.F. McGlashan]

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.242-245, 'E. Lotteris Umbricatis', Humorous Article about Doctors in Fiction; R. C. H.

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.245, 'Rhymes of the Wards', Limericks; N.

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.246, 'An Appeal', Appeal for funds for sports facilities; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.246-247, 'Rugby Football Club', Election of officers and list of fixtures for 1923-24; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.247, 'Rifle Club', Results of Interhospital cup at Bisley; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.248-249, 'Boxing Club', Results and reports of recent interhospital matches;; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.249, 'Lawn Tennis Club', Reports of recent matches; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.250, 'October 1st, 1923', Arrangements for the event; Address by Dr E. B. Turner on ‘Practice’: Dinner at Metropole Hotel; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.250, 'Prizes', Awards of recent prizes; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.250, 'Examination Results', Recent Examination results; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.251, 'Appointments', Recent appointments to St George’s Staff including Mr W. S. Duke Elder as Resident Anaesthetist; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.251, 'Births', A daughter to Captain C. J. Blaikie; a son to John and Naomi Dancy; a son to H. Vernon Edwards; a daughter to Dr Roger H. Emmett; a son to Cecil Francis-Williams; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.251, 'Deaths', Edgar Atlee Hunt aged 69; Arthur Carlyle Latham; Richard Wilson; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.252, 'Correspondence ', Correspondence about the Pupils’ Register 1752-1918: Too expensive to be published and pages will be pasted into ‘guard books’ for reference; R. R. J. [James. Robert Ruston]

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.252-253, 'Reviews', Reviews of books recently received; Unknown author

Vol XXIII. Issue 10. pp.254, 'Notices', ; Unknown author

Thomas Parsons, 47, Clerk

Occupation or role: Clerk
Age: 47
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 21 Dec 1906
Date of death: 27 Jan 1907
Disease (transcribed): Malignant disease of liver (sarcoma)
Disease (standardised): Cancer (Liver)
Admitted under the care of: Ogle, Cyril
Medical examination performed by: Golla, Frederick Lucien
Post mortem examination performed by: Trevor, Robert Salusbury
Medical notes: The patient was admitted complaining of enlargement of the abdomen.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, larynx, pericardium, heart, liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, adrenals, bladder, vesiculae seminales, prostate, testes, epididymus, brain, thyroid and skin
Illustrations: Yes
Type of incident: n/a

George Hayward, 32, Greengrocer's assistant

Occupation or role: Greengrocer's assistant
Gender: Male
Age: 32
Date of admission: 27 Apr 1899
Date of death: 7 Jul 1899
Disease (transcribed): Recklinghausen's disease complicated with a sarcomatous growth involving the brachial plexus
Disease (standardised): Neurofibromatosis 1 (Nervous system); Sarcoma (Brachial plexus);
Admitted under the care of: Rolleston, Humphry Davy, Turner, George Robertson
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: Lazarus-Barlow, Walter Sydney
Medical notes: 'A man, aged 32 years, had had all his life a mass of molluscum fibrosum covering the back of the left side of the head and neck and upper part of the left front of the chest and left shoulder. This growth had not increased in size except in so far as it had developed equally with the rest of the patient's body. The skin of the body was generally brownish, but scattered all over the trunk, limbs, head, and neck there were areas where the pigmentation was concentrated either into patches of considerable size, as large as a shilling or in a few instances larger, or in small discrete patches resembling freckles'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: External examination, lungs, pleurae, heart, great vessels, great systemic vessels, larynx, trachea, abdominal organs
Illustrations: Yes
Type of incident: n/a

NV019 – Marjorie Powell

Ref no: NV019
Name: Marjorie Powell
Dates at St George's: 1945-1964

Digital images (of scanned documents), copyright form, audio files and transcript of interview conducted by Shirley Orbell.

Image descriptions:
DOC004 – mpowell notes part1 / DOC005 – mpowell notes part2: Brief notes on interview with Miss Hanks; V2 bombs at HPC; rationing; polishing floors and furniture, scrubbing baths; hygiene; becoming Sister; orthopaedics; Mr Rodney Smith.

NV033 – Pamela Aisbitt

Ref no: NV033
Name: Pamela Aisbitt (née Mountjoy)
Dates at St George's: 1951-1954, 1956-1968

Digital images, copyright form, audio files and transcript of interview conducted by Ann Salmon.

Image descriptions:
PH740 – Pam Aisbitt: Pamela Aisbitt as Sister Mountjoy, Kent ward, c.1960s
PH741 – Pam Aisbitt 1: Pamela Aisbitt in uniform as 1st year student nurse 'Mountjoy', 1952

NV040 – Ann Pilling

Ref no: NV040
Name: Ann Pilling
Dates at St George's: 1958-1962

Digital images, copyright form, audio files and transcript of interview conducted by Edna Dodds.

Image description:
PH039 – Final yr students 1961: Final year students proudly wear their hats and aprons, just passed hospital exams. Blue frocks were final student year uniform. 1961
PH717 – Ann Pilling: Ann Pilling in uniform during PTS at Tooting, May 1958

NV066 – Gillian Peace

Ref no: NV066
Name: Gillian Peace
Dates at St George's: 1962-1965

Digital image, copyright form, audio files and transcript of interview conducted by Patricia Gillie.

Image description:
PH725 – Gillian Peace: Gillian Peace in uniform, 1964

Luther Baker, 27, Commissionaire

Occupation or role: Commissionaire
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 13 Sep 1887
Date of death: 22 Feb 1888
Disease (transcribed): Sarcoma occupying the whole of the left half of the chest and bulging over two inches beyond the median line
Disease (standardised): Sarcoma (Chest)
Admitted under the care of: Rouse, James
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Bull, William C.
Medical notes: 'An old soldier: no history of heritable disease. In 1882 he had a chancre which was followed by constitutional syphilis for which he was treated in Army with mercury. In 1884 he got a wound in the palm of the right hand: this healed at once […] In August 1885, the right forearm was amputated in Belfast Military Hospital’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Abdomen, heart, lungs, pericardium, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, testicles
Illustrations or photographs: Yes (see PM/1888/68)
Type of incident: n/a

NV034 – Jane Bakewell

Ref no: NV034
Name: Jane Bakewell
Dates at St George's: 1951-1959, 1964-1968, 1978-1980

Digital image, copyright form, audio files and transcript of interview conducted by Gillian Peace.

Image descriptions:
PH142 – Jane Bakewell: Jane Bakewell in uniform, 1951

NV043 – Mary Gliddon-Williams

Ref no: NV043
Name: Mary Gliddon-Williams
Dates at St George's: 1953-1958, 1960-1970

Digital image, copyright form, audio files and transcript of interview conducted by Diana Hampton.

Image description:
PH737 – Mary Gliddon Williams in uniform, c.1950s