Reference numberMS/929/1/209
TitleLetter from Edith Anne Stoney, Hopital Auxiliaire 301, Abbage de Royammont, France, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date7 July 1918
DescriptionThanks Mackenzie Davidson for trying to help secure her work with Captain Cooper, however, informs him that Cooper wrote to her saying the British War Office will have no women radiologists. Comments that there are hundreds of women doctors working for the War Office and asks why there are no women radiologists. Writes of her experience of X-ray work in France and tells stories of the extreme conditions in which she worked. Also thanks Mackenzie Davidson for mentioning her name to Countess [Helena] Gleichen, though notes that they do not seem to have anything definite to offer in Italy.
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