Postage stamps ephemera. Box 9A.
About this work
Box file containing postage stamps, first day covers and postmarks on medical subjects in acid free sleeves. Stamps are dated with Stanley Gibbons number (where possible). Countries are: New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norfolk Island, Norway. Stamps include: New Zealand health stamps from 1975 onwards, disabled children, sports, Otago Medical School, police centenary (forensic medicine), royal family babies (1980s), Grace Neill, free milk for schools (1930s), children's health camps, ambulances, air ambulances, rescue services, smallpox, the Medical and Dental Chambers in Hastings, NZ, cycling, healthy eating (five a day), military nurse's uniform (Royal New Zealand Navy Hospital, 1940s), Hawke's Bay earthquake emergency services (1931), disabled.
- Disabled Persons
- Health Promotion
- Malariaprevention & control
- Leprosyprevention & control
- Red Cross
- Tuberculosis, Pulmonaryprevention & control
- New Zealand
- Norfolk Island
- Barratt-Boyes, Brian G.
- Dunant, Henry, 1828-1910.
- Fleming, Alexander, 1881-1955.
- Hansen, G. Armauer (Gerhard Armauer), 1841-1912.
- King, Truby, 1858-1938.
- Schweitzer, Albert, 1875-1965.
- Follereau, Raoul.
- University of Otago. Faculty of Medicine
- St. John Ambulance (England)
- World Health Organization
- Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
- National Heart Foundation of New Zealand
- Plunket Society
Where to find it
Location Status AccessClosed storesEPH718A