[ Sir Pendrill Varrier-Jones, founder of the Papworth Village Settlement, pioneer in the treatment of tuberculosis. ] Typed Letter Signed ('P. Varrier Jones') to 'Robin Goodfellow' of the Cambridge Daily News, referring to his struggles.

Sir Pendrill Varrier-Jones (1883-1941), pioneer in the treatment of tuberculosis, founder of the Papworth Village Settlement [ now Papworth Hospital ] [ Morley Stuart; Cambridge Daily News ]
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On letterhead of the Papworth Village Settlement, Papworth Hall, Cambridge. 5 April 1934.

1p., 8vo. In good condition, lightly aged and worn, laid down on leaf removed from album (with ticket and two press cuttings relating to the Honorary Degrees Ceremony on the reverse). He has seen a 'Table Talk' article in the Cambridge Daily News, and writes to thank the pseudonymous individual for 'this very great appreciation of my work'.

Hospital for Consuption and Diseases of the Chest, Brompton

[Consumption Hospital]
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[Brompton, 6 April 1900]

Pamphlet, light green paper, dusted and rusted along edges, mainly good. Unpaginated, [8pp], inc. wraps, 8vo, sewn, wraps have views of the Hospital and the "new" extension [built 1882}. It includes details of patrons and staff, an appeal for funds, "Privileges of Governors and Subscribers", a "Description of the Hospital", a "Form of Bequest", the Appeal in detail.

Dr John Francis Churchill's Free Stoechiological Dispensary, For Consumption, and diseases of the Lungs (etc - titlepage text completed below).

Dr John Francis Churchill
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London: 99 Marylebone Road, W., "Post Free on Demand", 1886

Pamphlet, 24pp., 8vo, some spotting and wear at edges, small stampp of the Ashmolean Society, Oxford on title, mainly good condition. Titlepage continues, "Windpipe, Nose and Throat, with an appendix on Croup, Diphtheria, and Hay-Fever. Advice and Treatment Gratis for the Poor Daily, at 2 O'Clock, Sundays Excepted. Open to Members of the Medical Profession on presenting their card." COPAC lists copies at Imperial College and the Wellcome.

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