Reference numberCMB/10/1
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Glassworkers' Cataract Committee
Date3 July 1908
DescriptionLists those present, including Sir William Abney, Sir Clifford Allbutt, J Rose Bradford, and Sir William Crookes. Lists committee business, including a letter from Henry Cunynghame on the 'form of cataract...peculiar to persons exposed to the glare and heat from the glass furnace'; the Council minutes appointing a committee to look into Glassworkers' cataract; election of Sir William Abney as Chair; a statement from Sir Clifford Allbutt on the Home Office's request that the Society look into the problem; appointment of a sub-committee to investigate Glass Factories; appointment of a sub-committee to carry out experimental investigations; resolution to request that Dr Parsons act as convener of the sub-committee. p1-3.
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NA8188Crookes; Sir; William (1832 - 1919); chemist1832 - 1919
NA1395Bradford; Sir; John Rose (1863 - 1935)1863 - 1935
NA6496Allbutt; Sir; Thomas Clifford (1836 - 1925)1836 - 1925
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