Oversize ephemera. EPH+25.
About this work
Includes ephemera about the medical profession generally (Bologna 1795), moving the Coroner from Leek to Hanley or Shelton in Staffordshire (1830), a proclamation from Napoleon (1806?), a cartoon by Léon Sault (Les Médecins), physicians (Dr. Helot, Ioanni Georgio Preyss : 1857), the Hippocratic oath in English, French, Spanish, NHS and general practice information (1996), patients' rights (1989), help with travel costs to hospital (1990), 1992 Labour Party general election poster, Health & Safety Executive (HSE) bag, UNISON 'Save the NHS' protest placard about saving the NHS (31.3.95 when the Tory government was only awarding nurses a 1% pay rise), Health services (NHS Warwickshire, 2009), welfare and charity (Bologna 1787, Bath 1811, Westminster 1853, Turin 1696), "negro slavery" in British colonies (1830), insurance (general, medical, life, fire, medical referee reports) : Ickham Wife's Friendly Society (1839), Birmingham Unitarian Brotherly Benefit Society (1898), Prudential Assurance Company (1955), Atlas Assurance Company (1840s), Edinburgh Life Assurance Company (1850s), Era Assurance Society (1857), Phoenix Fire Office (1892), HSA, Sun Life Assurance (1994).
- Hippocratic Oath
- Social Welfare
- Disabled Persons
- Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821.
- Sault, Léon,
- Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive
- Labour Party (Great Britain)
- UNISON (Organization)
- Ickham Wife's Friendly Society
- Birmingham Unitarian Brotherly Benefit Society
- Prudential Assurance Company
- Atlas Assurance Company
- Edinburgh Life Assurance Company
- Era Assurance Society
- Phoenix Assurance
- Sun Life Assurance
Where to find it
Location Status AccessClosed storesEPH+25