2 edition of Picturesque episodes of Manchester medical history. found in the catalog.
Picturesque episodes of Manchester medical history.
Ernest Bosdin Leech
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|Number of Pages||39|
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This section of the Manchester Medical Collection comprises the following: MMC/3 complements the MMC/2 biographical files and is a small collection of biographical material relating to medical practitioners in the North-West but outside of the Greater Manchester area (i.e. Lancashire, Cheshire, North Derbyshire, West Riding, Westmorland and Cumberland).
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