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BULLOCH, William (1868-1941)

Identity Statement

Reference code(s): GB 0387 PP/BUL
Held at: Royal London Hospital
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Full title: BULLOCH, William (1868-1941)
Date(s): 1933
Level of description: Collection (fonds)
Extent: 1 volume
Name of creator(s): Bulloch | William | 1868-1941 | bacteriologist


Administrative/Biographical history:

Born, Aberdeen, 1868; educated, Grammar School, University of Aberdeen, MD, 1894; worked in practice, Aberdeen, Leipzig and Vienna; worked in the laboratory of the neurologist Sir David Ferrier, Kings College, London; assistant to Victor Horsley, Professor of Pathology, University College, London; Assistant Bacteriologist, British Institute of Preventative Medicine (later Lister Institute); Bacteriologist, London Hospital, 1897; Fellow of the Royal Society, 1913; Professor of Bacteriology, University of London, 1919-1934; member, Executive Committee of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund; Chairman, Governing Body of the Lister Institute, 1932; Emeritus Professor of Bacteriology, 1934-1941; Consulting Bacteriologist, London Hospital, 1934; died, 1941. Publications: include: Studies in Pathology Editor (Aberdeen, 1906); Haemophilia with Paul Fildes (1911); The Preparation of Catgut for Surgical Use with L H Lampitt and J H Bushill (London, 1929); The History of Bacteriology (Oxford University Press, London, 1938).


Scope and content/abstract:

'Roll of the Members of the Staff of the London Hospital from its foundation' by William Bulloch, 1933, containing biographies of staff.

Access & Use

Language/scripts of material:

System of arrangement:

1 volume

Conditions governing access:

Researchers wishing to consult the archives should first contact the Trust Archivist, the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, London, E1 1BB, for an appointment.

Conditions governing reproduction:

A photocopying service is available at the discretion of the Archivist. Photocopies are supplied for research use only. Requests to publish original material should be submitted to the Archivist.

Finding aids:

A list is available at the Royal London Hospital Archives and Museum.

Archival Information

Archival history:

The roll was presented in 1941 to the Chairman of the London Hospital, Sir William Goschen, by Mrs Bulloch. It was then presented in turn to Professor H M Turnbull, Dr W A M Smart and Dr Donald Hunter, who presented the roll to the Medical College Library.

Immediate source of acquisition:

Transferred by the Librarian, London Hospital Medical College in 1985.

Allied Materials

Related material:

A photocopy of the roll is held by the Royal London Hospital Archives and Museum (reference: PP/BLA), as are photographs of Bulloch at work (reference: MC/P). Letters to Karl Pearson and W P Elderton, 1908-1929, held by University College London Manuscripts Room (reference: Pearson papers).

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Publication note:

Description Notes

Archivist's note:
Sources: 'Roll of the Members of the Staff of the London Hospital from its foundation' by William Bulloch; Historical Manuscripts Commission On-line National Register of Archives; British Library Public on-line catalogue. Compiled by Julie Tancell as part of the RSLP AIM25 project.

Rules or conventions:
Compiled in compliance with General International Standard Archival Description, ISAD(G), second edition, 2000; National Council on Archives Rules for the Construction of Personal, Place and Corporate Names, 1997.

Date(s) of descriptions:
June 2001

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