Reference numberMS/929/1/179
TitleLetter from Dr. Ethel Smyth, Hotel Albert et Notre Dame, Paris, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date10 May 1917
DescriptionIntroduces herself to Mackenzie Davidson and informs him that she has unofficially been attending classes at the Radiographie Course in Paris, becoming very keen on their method employed of localising foreign bodies. Encloses a translated description of this method, written by the Director of the Course, Monsieur F. Belot, for Mackenzie Davidson's information. Notes that once her ear treatment is finished she hopes to put all that she has learned into practice through volunteering with the Red Cross.
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