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Correspondence. Surnames, 'Adams' to 'Galasko'

The Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL
Date
2006-2010
Reference
GC/253/A/36/2
Part of
Wellcome Witnesses to Twentieth Century Medicine Seminars
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Description

File consists of correspondence with people who have surnames from Adams to Galasko, related to the seminar on, "The Development of Sports Medicine in Twentieth-century Britain", which was held at the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL, on 29 June 2007. The seminar was part of the Wellcome Witnesses to Twentieth Century Medicine meetings also known as the Witness Seminars. The transcript of this seminar was published as Volume 36 of the Witness Seminar series, L.A. Reynolds and E.M. Tansey (editors), The Development of Sports Medicine in Twentieth-century Britain, (London: Wellcome Trust, 2009).

Details of the seminar correspondence, primarily between the chair (Professor Domhnall MacAuley), advisers/organisers of the meeting (Dr Ian Burney and Dr Daphne Christie), editors of the published transcript (L.A. Reynolds and E.M. Tansey) and others include:

Detailed information for the seminar, commentary on the transcripts and feedback on the meeting from participants.

Correspondence with those not listed as participants including; Dr Ian Adams (apologies) who provided biographical and historical information; Professor Mark Batt (apologies); Dr Simon Blease; Dr Richard Budgett (apologies); Dr Neil Carter (apologies); Dr John Clegg (apologies); Dr Tom Crisp (apologies); Professor Mike Cronin (apologies); Professor Michael Cullen (apologies); Stephen Dodd; and Dr Wendy Dodds (apologies).

Publication/Creation

2006-2010

Physical description

1 file

Arrangement

The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Finding aids

Wellcome Library online catalogue

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