Bones of a hand. Radiograph, 1900/1904.
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L.J. Ramsey, Bùllet wounds and X-rays in Britain's little wars', Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 1982, 60, issue 242, pp. 91-102, states that "The conflict in South Africa did appear to mark a turning point [in the use of X-rays in medicine]" (p. 101)
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1 photograph : photoprint, radiograph ; sheet 21.2 x 16.3 cm
One of a set of seven radiographs of Major William Scott-Moncrieff and others wounded at the battle of Spion Kop, 24 January 1900, or in other conflicts in the South African (Boer) Wars
Wellcome Library no. 38512i
Possibly by Lt. F. Bruce, who is mentioned by Ramsey as a radiographer in the siege of Ladysmith, 1 November - 28 February 1900