Collection SCA16-GA9 - Percival Horton-Smith Hartley scrapbooks.

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Percival Horton-Smith Hartley scrapbooks.

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12 cm of textual records : 2 v. ; 23 x 18 cm

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Sir Percival Hartley was born December 2, 1867. He was educated at Marlborough College and St. John's College in Cambridge, England. Hartley later studied medicine at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, as well as other hospitals in Paris and Vienna. He was a physician at the London General Hospital and St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. Hartley also worked at the Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest in Brompton, London, and Daneswood Sanatorium in Bedfordshire, England. He wrote a number of medical books and articles for journals. In 1900, he was given the honour of Goulsonian Lecturer at the Royal College of Physician. Throughout his career as a physician, Hartley specialized in diseases of the chest, particularly tuberculosis. He died on June 30, 1952.

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Fonds contains two scrapbooks created by Sir Percival Hartley dating from 1921 to 1939. Both contain newspaper clippings and handwritten notes relating to a variety of topics in areas such as theology, physicians, poetry, and the history of England.

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Donated to the Library by Dr. Ralph Stanton, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, in 1970.


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  • English

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Revised by PH in September 2018.
Reviewed by DR December 2018.

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