Reports, articles, memoranda and correspondence.
Includes: printed list of meetings of the Society of Medical Officers of Health, 1929/30 session; proof version of 'Industrial diseases and their prevention' by Sir Humphry Rolleston, Royal Sanitary Institute, 1929; offprints of articles by W.E. Cooke on 'Further observations on the macropolycyte', 'The arneth or polynuclear count' and 'Some observations on the erythrocyte', 1928-9; explanatory memorandum of Departmental Committee on Humidity in Flax Mills and Linen Factories, 1912; 'Changes in the blood as reflecting industrial damage' by Dr Selma Meyer, 1928; statistics re 'Paralysis among house painters, 1910-1914'; Trades Union Congress General Council notes on the Factories Bill, 1927; illustrated 'Safety first' poster warning of dangers from gassing or burns, HMSO, 1922; 'Memorandum and tables on the mortality from pulmonary tuberculosis of men, in London, for the years 1921 and 1922, in relation to age and occupation' by W.B. Knobel, 1924; 'Combined treatment and technical education of tuberculous youths' by Dr A.H. Macpherson, 1929; 'Arterio-sclerosis in coal miners' by D. Elliot Dockson and W. Arnott Dickson, British Medical Journal, 14 Dec 1929; 'The teaching of industrial medicine', text of Chadwick lecture by Sir Thomas Legge, 1927; report of the Postgraduate Medical Education Committee, Ministry of Health, 1930; report of Trades Union Congress General Council deputation to the Ministers of Health and Labour, 25 Feb 1931; 'The incidence of cancer of the bladder and prostate in certain occupations' by S.A. Henry, N.M. Kennaway and E.L. Kennaway, 1931; 'The rationale of, or the basic principles which rule the actions of the skin irritants in industry' by R. Prosser White, c.1931; promotional pamphlet for the LGOC Employees' Friendly Society clinic for treatment of rheumatism and the dental surgeries, Clapham Common, 1931; 'Dupuytrensche kontraktur und beruf' by Wilhelm Niederland, 1932; 'Two studies of absenteeism in coal mines', Industrial Health Research Board, Medical Research Council, 1931; 'Poisoning by nitro-derivatives of benzene and toluene', Factory Department, Home Office, 1916; 'The industrial woman wage earner. Health and occupation. Lead processes and weight lifting' by Elizabeth Abbott, 1929; 'The Open Door Movement and the protection of women workers', Labour Party, 1930; 'Restrictive legislation and the industrial woman worker: A reply by the Open Door Council to the statement by the Standing Joint Committee of Women's Industrial Organisations', 1928; 'The Open Door', vol.1, no.2, journal of the Open Door International for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker, Dec 1929; 'A study of the factors which have operated in the past and those which are operating now to determine the distribution of women in industry', HMSO, 1930; typescript extract from hearing of Sayell v. London Midland and Scottish Railway Company, 1933.