Loose papers 1892-1924

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Harvey Littlejohn, M.A., M.B., B.Sc., F.R.C.S., Ed., Medical Officer of Health, "City of Sheffield Report on the Causes & Prevention of Smoke from Manufacturing Chimneys", 1897

T Horsfall, "Air Pollution: The Nuisance of Smoke from Domestic Fires and Methods of Abating It", published by the Manchester and Salford Noxious Vapours Abatement Association, 1892

Sir W B Richmond, K.C.B., R.A.,"The Black City", reprinted from The Pall Mall Magazine, 1901

W N Shaw M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S.,"The Treatment of Smoke: A Sanitary Parallel", presented at the Sanitary Institute Congress at Manchester, 1902

J K Chatterson Smith, "The Smoke Nuisance", June 1903

Frederick J Brodie, F.R.Met.Soc.,"Decrease of Fog in London During Recent Years", 1905

Louis C. Parkes, M.D., D.P.H. and H A Des Voeux, M.D., "Discussion on The Smoke Problem in Large Towns", The Royal Sanitary Institute, 1907

Advertisements for lectures on smoke abatement and air pollution at the Borough Polytechnic Institute, 1911-1913

Dr John Aitken F.R.S., "The Sun as a Fog Producer", 1912

"Rise in Death Rate from Respiratory Diseases Following Fog: Diagrams", The Manchester Public Health Department, 1916-1917

"The Black Smoke Tax: an account of damage done by smoke, with an inquiry into the comparative cost of family washing in Manchester and Harrogate", issued by The Air Pollution Advisory Board, Manchester City Council, 1920

Lady Betty L Melville, "The Smoke and Fog Nuisance: Choose Ye Darkness or Light!", 1922

H Osborne, M.D., Medical Officer of Health, Salford,"The Problem of Atmospheric Pollution" 1923

Marion Fitzgerald, Associate Royal Sanitary Institute, formerly Sanitary Inspector Woolwich Borough Council,"Cleansing the Sky: The Case for Smoke Abatement", 1924



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