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[Sir Morell Mackenzie, British physician and pioneer of laryngology.] Autograph Letter Signed ('Morell Mackenzie'), inviting 'Mr Squire' to dinner at the Reform Club.

Author: 
Sir Morell Mackenzie (1837-1892), British physician and pioneer of laryngology
Publication details: 
On letterhead of 19 Harley Street, Cavendish Square, W. [London]; 25 July 1891.
£35.00

1p, 12mo. In good condition, lightly aged, with thin strip of paper from mount adhering to reverse. Reads: 'Dear Mr Squire, | Will you give me the pleasure of your company at dinner at the Reform Club Pall Mall next Friday the 31st. instant at 8 o'clock'. From the distinguished autograph collection of the psychiatrist Richard Alfred Hunter (1923-1981), whose collection of 7000 works relating to psychiatry is now in Cambridge University Library.

[Sir Morell Mackenzie, British physician and pioneer of laryngology.] Autograph Letter Signed ('Morell Mackenzie') to Rev. H. R. Haweis, regarding the withdrawal of an invitation to lecture by Augustus Lowell of the Lowell Institute in Boston.

Author: 
Sir Morell Mackenzie (1837-1892), British physician and pioneer of laryngology [Hugh Reginald Haweis (1838-1901); Augustus Lowell (1830-1900), trustee, Lowell Institute, Boston; Kaiser Frederick III]
Publication details: 
On letterhead of 19 Harley Street, Cavendish Square, W. [London]; 27 December 1889.
£500.00

See the Oxford DNB for both Mackenzie and Haweis, who in 1893 published 'Sir Morell Mackenzie, Physician and Operator: A Memoir compiled and edited from Private Papers and Personal Reminiscences'. The background to the letter is Mackenzie's controversial treatment of Kaiser Frederick III. The Oxford DNB describes how, following the Kaiser's death, Mackenzie 'had to bear constant criticism from his medical colleagues and the world press.

Typed Letter Signed ('Douglas Harmer') to Noon.

Author: 
William Douglas Harmer (1873-1962), surgeon, of St Bartholomew's Hospital, pioneer in radium treatment of throat cancer [Charles Noon (d.1957), senior surgeon to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital]
Publication details: 
19 November 1945; The Radium Institute (on his cancelled Harley Street letterhead).
£56.00

4to, 1 p. Nineteen lines. Text clear and complete. On aged paper with slight staining, and punch hole to top left-hand corner. Pressing the claims of his son Michael ('also a Bart's man') for a post at Noon's hospital. 'He has done very well at Bart's, is a Fellow of the College, missed M.Ch. (Cambridge) by a few marks just before the war, was Harold Wilson's Assistant for the first two years and has been Squadron Leader in the Air Force in charge of the surgical wards at a big hospital at Hoylake since.'

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