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Papers of Lt. General Sir Ernest Bradfield, K.C.I.E., O.B.E., M.S., F.R.C.S.

Given by Miss G. Bradfield

Madras, N.W.F.P., Bombay. 1903 – 1939

Small Collections Box 4

  1. Duplicated TS memoir (bound) entitled Unimportant Story, 90 pp., app. 20 pp., illus. by photos. Account of a medical career in India, from Medical Officer in the 88th Carnatic Infantry 1905 to Professor of Anatomy Medical College and 2nd Surgeon Madras General Hospital 1914; War service, return to Madras, Professor of Surgery 1924; Kohat 1930, Red Shirt Movt., under Abdul Ghafur Khan; Pathans; Peshawar 1932-35, life there with his family; Gulmarg, Surgeon General Government of Bombay 1935, organisation of Rural Medical Relief on Wider scale and Bill to licence dispensers; World War II and India Office.Autobiography of medical career in India 1903-1939.

    Record of social, domestic life in India, as well as a record of medical career and medicine in India.

  2. Obituary notice from The Lancet and British Medical Journal, 1963 (inserted in back cover of memoir).