Reference numberMS/929/1/230
TitleLetter from Francis H. Williams, Hotel Monopol-Metropole, Frankfurt, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date27 May 1913
DescriptionHopes Mackenzie Davidson is continuing to experiment with the apparatus he improvised. Tells Mackenzie Davidson of the apparatus in Frankfurt, noting that it works wells for fractures and foreign bodies, though produced a less satisfactory image of a patient's thorax. Reflects on what makes good apparatus.
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