This collection consists of various pathological materials, including watercolour drawings, engravings and photographs. The majority of the pathological watercolours, dated between 1848 and 1855 are by Neil Stewart and feature comments by Sir William Tennant Gairdner, the eminent pathologist and physician. Other names featured include Henry Scott Lauder, James F. Goodhart, W. Hurst, John Richard Farre, J. Smith, Dr. Greenfield, Dr. Goodheart, Prof. Alfred Kast, Dr. Theodor Rumpel, Mr J. Campbell Mclure, M. Arnold Ruffner, William McArtney, T.O. Affleck, A. McPhail, Henry Scott Lauder, Robert Lee, Jonathon Hutchinson and Professor McDonald
Correspondence relating to the Society's history; Minute books and papers; Financial record; Records relating to various national and international conferences; Records relating to Society fundraising events; Photographs
Dundee and district branch minutes 1893-1915; Dundee division minutes 1912-1974; letters and other papers found with the above minutes; report of the committee on the treatment of simple fractures ; list of medical practitioners in Dundee 1840-1841; British Medical Guild Dundee Area 1956-1968; Newspaper cuttings concerning the salaries of doctors 1957; Signs for British Medical Guild Meeting. c 1960s; tourist maps of Dresden, Vienna and outlying areas found with the above minutes 1888
Personal and family correspondence and papers 1889-1900; testimonials 1887-1900; correspondence relating to his work as Medical Officer of Health for Sutherland 1890-1904; correspondence and papers related to closure of Inverness Steam Baking Co 1894-1899; miscellaneous papers and correspondence 1897-1905.
Includes cassette tapes of subject interviews, transcripts, questionnaires, articles and research data.This material relates to several key research projects undertaken to explore intellectual disability, looking specifically at the issue from the perspective of adolescents and young adults. The first of these projects related to the Aberdeen Learning Disabilities Cohort dataset and was completed by S. A. Richardson in 1972-1977. The second was called the Tayside Special Education School-Leavers project and was completed by May and Hughes in the 1980s. The final project, Experiencing Adulthood, was undertaken by May and Hogg and completed in the 1990s. More detail about these projects can be found in RU 857/4.
Stephen A. Richardson, David May, David Hughes And James Hogg
Papers relating to the structure and management of the NHS in Scotland 1979-1981, Transcript of press cuttings,relating to Brechin Infirmary 1869 and Arbroath Convalescent Home 1891, c 1980, reports 1979-1989, adminsitration records 1981
Minutes of directors 1912-1948, minutes of weekly committee 1843-1948, minutes of general purposes committee 1948-1950, financial records 1938-1949, hospital admissions and discharge registers 1845-1948, war casualties register 1939-1950, hospital registers for Arbroath Burgh and District Joint Epidemic Hospital, Arbroath Public Health Hospital, and Little Cairnie Hospital 1947-1956; Patient records 1929-1980s; Staff records 1900-1970s; framed plan showing the boundaries of the Infirmary, 1844.