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Papers of Annie Watson, British nurse, d.1935, Glasgow, Scotland

Author:
Compiled by Alistair Tough, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archivist, 23 July 1998.
Reference:
GB 812 HB 71/4.
Title:
Papers of Annie Watson, British nurse, d.1935, Glasgow, Scotland.
Dates of Creation:
1899–1900.
Extent:
0.10 metres.
Held at:
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archives.
Name of Creator:
Watson, Annie (d.1935: nurse: Glasgow, Scotland).
Language of Material:
English.
Level of Description:
Fonds.
Edition:
First edition.

Administrative/Biographical History

Annie Watson was born brought up in Carluke, Lanarkshire. She was a student nurse at the Lady Missionaries Training Home, Glasgow in 1899-1900. Following her studies she married Reverend Alexander Telford and joined him undertaking missionary work in Pernambuco, Brazil. She died in Brazil in 1935.


Scope and Content

  • Notebooks containing notes of lectures on anatomy, physiology, pharmacy and nursing delivered at Lady Missionaries Training Home, Glasgow, 1899–1900
System of Arrangement:
Chronological within record classes.
Custodial History:
Records held by Glasgow University Archive Services prior to transfer.
Immediate Source of Acquisition:
Miss Telford, daughter of Annie Watson or Telford.
Appraisal, Destruction and Scheduling:
This material has been appraised in line with standard GB 812 procedures.
Accruals:
No further accessions are expected.
Access Conditions:
No restrictions.
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:
No related material.
Publication Note:
No known publications using this material.

Fonds–level Description Compilation Details

Compiled by Alistair Tough, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archivist, 23 July 1998.