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Album of Photographs of The Retreat

Date
c 1960s
Reference
RET 1/8/9/4
Part of
The Retreat Archive
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About this work

Description

These are all photographs by C.H. Wood. They are all on loose pages, removed from the binding.

1: Sun Lounge, Ward 2, interior: 1960s: 1 photograph
2: Lounge, Women's Hospital, interior: 1960s: 1 photograph
3: The Kitchen, interior: 1960s: 1 photograph
4: Corner of Daffodil Field: 1960s: 1 photograph
5: Sun Lounge, Women's Hospital, interior: 1960s: 1 photograph
6: Another copy of Daffodil Field photograph: 1960s: 1 photograph
7: Another copy of Sun Lounge Photograph: 1960s: 1 photograph
8: Another copy of Sun Lounge Women's Hospital photograph: 1960s: 1 photograph
9: Recreation Room, interior: 1960s: 1 photograph
10: Another copy of Lounge, Women's Hospital, photograph: 1960s: 1 photograph
11: Bedroom, Women's Hospital, interior: 1960s: 1 photograph
12: Treatment Room, interior: 1960s: 1 photograph
13: Another copy of kitchen interior photograph: 1960s: 1 photograph
14: Nurse in Practical Room, Nurse Training School, with trolley: 1960s: 1 photograph
15: Nurses and tutors, dealing with 'patient' in bed, in Practical Room, Nurse Training School: 1960s: 1 photograph

Publication/Creation

c 1960s

Physical description

1 volume of 15 photographs

Terms of use

Open and available at the Borthwick Institute for Archives. This material is being digitised by the Borthwick Institute for Archives as part of a Wellcome Trust funded project. Material that is digitised will be accessed freely online through the Wellcome Library catalogue.

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