|Alternative reference number||NLB/50 p217|
|Title||Copy letter from John Rose Bradford, to The Director-General Army Medical Service, War Office, Whitehall, S.W.|
|Date||26 June 1914|
|Description||In connection with the work of the Sleeping Sickness Commission which has been making investigations in Nyasaland under the direction of the Royal Society, the services of M J Wilson, a clerk in the department of the Army Medical Advisory Board were lent to the Commission, which has now returned to England. Surgeon-General Sir David Bruce, the head of the Commission is now, and will be for some months engaged in drawing up the report of the Commission, and it would be a great assistance to the Commission if the services of Wilson could be retained.|
Expresses the hope on behalf of the Tropical Diseases Committee that Wilson is authorized to continue in the service of the Commission for this purpose on his return from leave: it being understood that he will then be drawing his ordinary War Office pay.
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|NA1395||Bradford; Sir; John Rose (1863 - 1935)||1863 - 1935|