Reference numberMS/929/1/146
TitleLetter from C. Louis Paglor, Reform Club, Pall Mall, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date14 July 1910
DescriptionWrites that he has just returned from visitng Dawson Williams, who he found in distress and pain over what he thinks to be a couple of broken ribs. Notes that he thinks Mr. Williams would be very grateful if Mackenzie Davidson could pay him a visit tomorrow and make a radiograph.
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