[Dr John H. Mulligan of St Andrew’s University.] Three long Autograph Letters Signed to his colleague Professor Waterston, while serving as Lieutenant with a Field Ambulance.

Dr John H. Mulligan, senior lecturer of Neuro-Anatomy and Histology in the Anatomy Department at St Andrew’s University [David Waterston (1871-1942), Bute Professor of Anatomy, St Andrews]
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8 September 1939; and 9 February and 28 April 1940. All from 152 (HD) Field Ambulance, R.A.M.C. (T.A.), B.E.F., the first also from Dundee, the second and third written from France.

Mulligan’s collection of lantern slides is now part of the St Andrew’s collections, and information about him is to be gleaned from its web pages. David Waterston (1871-1942) was Bute Professor of Anatomy at the University of St Andrews from 1914 to 1942. In 1913, while Professor of Anatomy at King's College, London, he was the first authority to debunk the Piltdown Man hoax. A total of ten pages of closely and neatly written text. In fair condition, lightly ruckled, and with slight loss to the edge of one page, and the ink of one leaf having slightly run on removal from mount.

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