Reference numberMS/929/1/178
TitleLetter from E. Semyn, Wemyss Hospital, France, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date23 May [1915]
DescriptionInforms Mackenzie Davidson that they have very good apparatus which does hands, arms and legs well, though performs less satisfactorily with the body. Notes that they have no experts [at Wemyss Hospital] in locating bullets and asks Mackenzie Davidson if he knows anyone who would care to come out for two or three months.
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