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Papers of Dr John Erskine Geddes (1900-1978), physician

Author:
Compiled by Vikki Laidlaw, Hub Project Assistant, 20 January 2006.
Reference:
GB 812 HB 101.
Title:
Papers of Dr John Erskine Geddes (1900-1978), physician.
Dates of Creation:
1950–1978.
Extent:
0.30 metres.
Held at:
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archives.
Name of Creator:
Geddes, Dr John Erskine (1900–1978: physician: Scotland).
Language of Material:
English.
Level of Description:
Fonds.
Published by:
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archives, 20 January 2006.

Administrative/Biographical History

Dr John Erskine Geddes was born in 1900 and went on to become the Chief Supervising Tuberculosis Physician for the Western Regional Hospital Board during the Mass Radiography Campaign of March and April 1957. He died in 1978.


Scope and Content

  • Correspondence, notes, reports and newspaper cuttings relating to the Glasgow Mass Radiography Campaign March–April 1957
  • National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis publications, 1950–1957
System of Arrangement:
Chronological within record class.
Custodial History:
Material held by Dr. J. Emslie.
Immediate Source of Acquisition:
Dr. J. Emslie.
Appraisal, Destruction and Scheduling:
This material has been appraised in line with standard GB 812 procedures.
Accruals:
None expected.
Access Conditions:
Open.
Copyright / Reproduction:
Applications for permission to quote should be sent to the Archivist.
Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use & condition of documents.
Existence of Copies:
No known copies.
This material is original.
Finding Aids:
Descriptive list.
Related Units of Description:
GB 812 HB 102: Papers of Dr. J. Emslie, Consultant Epidemiologist
Publication Note:
No known publications using this material.

Fonds–level Description Compilation Details

Compiled by Vikki Laidlaw, Hub Project Assistant, 20 January 2006.