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Sources Elsewhere


From top to bottom: Oxfordshire History Centre, Oxford High Street 1907, Radcliffe Camera c.1770Oxfordshire History Centre
Archives of Hook Norton Madhouse, Regional Health Board and Regional Health Authority, local (county and district) authorities, Quarter Sessions (the County Council’s predecessors), courts, coroners, charities, Poor Law (including workhouses), parishes, individual and family collections, organisations (e.g. Oxfordshire Nursing Federation). Books, pamphlets, newspapers, photographs, oral history.
Department of Special Collections & Western Manuscripts, Bodleian Library
Private papers, correspondence, organizations, John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera.
The Library, St. Hugh’s College
Medical records of the Second World War Military Hospital for Head Injuries at St. Hugh’s College and associated archival materials.
Oxfordshire Family History Society
Publications, online resources and a research centre.

Beyond Oxfordshire

From top to bottom: Chipping Norton Hospital notices 1980s, Warneford Hospital Sussex estates deed: marriage settlement 1672, Chipping Norton physiotherapy department 1983Hospital Records Database
A searchable database on the existence and location of hospital records in the U.K.

The National Archives
Formerly the Public Record Office. Records of Government departments and bodies, including the Department of Health and its predecessors.

Berkshire Record Office
Records of Fair Mile Hospital.

Gloucestershire Archives
Records of Bourton on the Water Cottage Hospital.

Wellcome Library
Major collections of books, manuscripts, archives and photographs relating to the history of health care.

Royal College of Nursing Archives
Records of the Royal College, collections of nurses’ personal records, photographs and oral history recordings.

UK Centre for the History of Nursing and Midwifery
Centre for research and education in the history of nursing, including midwifery genealogy and oral history recordings.

The National Archives: British Army Nurses

Last updated: 28 August, 2018