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ALLBUTT, Sir Thomas Clifford (1836-1925)

Identity Statement

Reference code(s): GB 0113 MS-ALLB
Held at: Royal College of Physicians
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Full title: ALLBUTT, Sir Thomas Clifford (1836-1925)
Date(s): 1924-1925
Level of description: Collection (fonds)
Extent: 1 box
Name of creator(s): Allbutt | Sir | Thomas Clifford | 1836-1925 | Knight | Regius Professor of Physic Cambridge


Administrative/Biographical history:

Sir T.C. Allbutt (1836 - 1925) was Regius Professor of Physic at Cambridge University and Physician to Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. His book Arteriosclerosis: a summary view was published by Macmillan & Co in 1925.


Scope and content/abstract:

Typescript of Sir Thomas Allbutt's book Arteriosclerosis: a summary view, with numerous alterations and additions in the author's hand.

Access & Use

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Conditions governing reproduction:

All requests should be referred to the Archivist.

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Archival Information

Archival history:

Immediate source of acquisition:

Presented to the RCP in 1933 by Sir Humphrey Rolleston.

Allied Materials

Related material:

Papers and correspondence of Sir Thomas Allbutt are held by the British Library; Bodleian Library, University of Oxford; King's College, Cambridge. See National Register of Archives for details.

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Description Notes

Archivist's note:
Compiled by Geoffrey Yeo on 1999-02-05; modified by Cathy Fowler on 2000-03-21

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Date(s) of descriptions:
5 Feb 1999; modified 21 Mar 2000

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