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The Smallpox Hospital, St Pancras, London: several views of the encampment at Finchley, 1882. Wood engraving by J.H. after watercolours by F. Collins, 1882.

Collins, Frank, active 1881.
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1882

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The small-pox epidemic - The St. Pancras Hospital encampment at Finchley

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[London]

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G. W. Collins, "The use of tents in the treatment of Small-pox", Transactions of the Epidemiological Society of London, New Series 2, 1882-83, pp.158-164, has an account of the Finchley Camp, and of another at Wednesbury, Staffordshire

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Wellcome Library no. 38721i

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