British Congress on Tuberculosis for the Prevention of Consumption

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National Association for the Prevention of Consumption and other forms of Tuberculosis, successor and associated bodies
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About this work


In addition to records relating to the organisation of the 1901 British Congress, these volumes include minutes of the Executive Committee for Great Britain and Ireland of the International Congress on Tuberculosis, Washington, Feb 1908-Feb 1909.



Physical description

3 volumes; 1 file

Biographical note

The NAPC was the key force behind the organisation of the Congress held in London in 1901. It secured the co-operation of other institutions, and of the Foreign, Colonial and India Offices. The Organising Council was chaired by Sir William Broadbent. The NAPC was also represented at the International Tuberculosis Congress held in Washington, Sep-Oct 1908.

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