SECOND SUPPLEMENTARY CATALOGUE OF THE PAPERS AND CORRESPONDENCE OF SIR FRANCIS MARTIN ROUSE WALSHE, FRS (1885 - 1973)

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Details of CSAC 76.6.80
Reference: CSAC 76.6.80
Title: SECOND SUPPLEMENTARY CATALOGUE OF THE PAPERS AND CORRESPONDENCE OF SIR FRANCIS MARTIN ROUSE WALSHE, FRS (1885 - 1973)
Description:

Covering material additional to that in previous lists CSAC 35/12/75 and CSAC 56/10/77

 

SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL CSAC 76.6.80/A.10

 

SECTION B PUBLICATIONS, SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES CSAC 76.6.80/B.19-CSAC 76.6.80/B.23

 

SECTION D CORRESPONDENCE CSAC 76.6.80/D.6-CSAC 76.6.80/D.20

Note:

Compiled by: Jeannine Alton Julia Latham-Jackson

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Date: 1913-1973
Arrangement:

As with the first supplementary list, the present supplement follows the sections of the main listing, and the items are numbered to be inserted into the sequence.

Held by: London University: University College London (UCL) Special Collections, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Creator:

Walshe, Sir, Francis Martin Rouse, 1885-1973, knight, physiologist

Physical description: 5 boxes
Custodial history:

The material was received from Dr.J.M. Walshe (son) at various dates in the course of 1978, and includes research notes, drafts for articles and speeches, personal and scientific correspondence.

 

The documents were found by Dr. Walshe among the books in his father's library. Many of them were tucked inside the volumes and were written by or to the authors. Dr. Walshe has made a note at the head of the documents of the titles of the books in which they were found. He presented the books themselves to the Neurological Department, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge (textbooks and technical books) and to the library of the National Hospital, Queen Square, London (philosophical works); there is a note to this effect, where appropriate, on the documents.

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