Reference numberMS/929/1/229
TitleLetter from Dawson Williams, British Medical Journal, Strand, London, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date22 October 1914
DescriptionSuggests that Mackenzie Davidson write an article about what they were discussing last night about the interpretation of x-rays and photographs. Informs Mackenzie Davidson that he has asked Miss Hill to make an appointment with him with regards to this, to help design appropriate illustrations for the article.
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