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Album of photographs of the King George V Military Hospital, Stamford Street, London, First World War

Date
c.1915
Reference
RAMC/720
Part of
Royal Army Medical Corps Muniments Collection
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Description

Enclosed: correspondence (1959) re the "Margerison album", and letters, photographs, poems, etc., from Benjamin Disraeli Margerison of Richmond, Virginia, who was in the RAMC, on the staff of the hospital and later on the Hospital Ship Llandovery Castle.

Publication/Creation

c.1915

Physical description

1 volume

Related material

For Margerison's collection of cuttings, etc, see RAMC 801/21/16

Location of duplicates

The following copy photographs are held by Wellcome Images:

"The Matron, Floor Sisters. Ward Sisters all qualified Nurses and paid as such", c.1915, L0060817

"These are all Voluntary Aid Nurses. (V.A.D's) Mostly members of the St. John's Ambulance Brigade and a large number daughters of the Nobility and Elite of London", c.1915, L0060818

"Dispensing Staff outside the store", c.1915, L0060819

"This is a picture of the sun roof showing the huts and St. Paul's church in the distant left corner", c.1915, L0060820

"Another view of the sun roof, with the clock tower of Big Ben in the distance", c.1915, L0060821

"A view from the roof, showing the river, Waterloo Bridge, Somerset House, centre, and the Hotel Cecil, extreme left", c.1915, L0060822

Staff nurses, c.1915, L0060823

"Hospital Records Office Ground Floor with all office staff", c.1915, L0060824

"Operating Theatre on Second Floor. The two men in long Smocks are Nursing Orderlies", c.1915, L0060825

Ward, with patients either in bed or on chairs, c.1915, L0060826

"Patients in cars, note early model cars". Patients are ready to leave on a day trip, c.1915, L0060827

"Pictures of R.A.M.C. staff". Group picture of orderlies, c.1915, L0060828

Group shot of medical staff, c.1915, L0060829

Group shot of medical staff, c.1915, L0060830

Terms of use

Open and available by appointment at the Museum of Military Medicine. A digitised copy is available to view via the online catalogue on the Wellcome Collection website.

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