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Feeble Folk: notes of a ramble in the west of England

Christmas appeal by William Scriven. Illustrations by Lancelot Speed and Godfrey Hall. The appeal takes the form of an account of visiting pensioners [hospital out-patients] in the West Country, including a loose reprint (4pp) entitled ' Sunday evening at Putney', reprinted from the 'Daily News', 17 November 1900.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Part 1

Digital copy of the first part of the Christmas appeal, Cured by an Incurable. 1 of 2.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Cured by an incurable

Christmas appeal by Crowquill Pencilpoint [pseudonym for the author, Rev P B Power] featuring an account of a doctor who takes two of his patients to the hospital where they are cured, including comic illustrations.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Staff and patient handbooks

Printed staff and patient handbooks and printed guides providing guidance and information for staff and patients about the hospital. The patient handbook provide a guide of the services' and activities available, along with rules regarding visitors, smoking and alcohol, and also contain a floorplan for the hospital.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Pencillings in June

Christmas appeal written by the Rev. Thomas W Aveling D.D., that gives an account of a visit to the hospital. In the pamphlet, the author visits the female and the male wards and communal areas and provides descriptions of some of the patients that he encounters. The volume has an introduction by the Hospital's Secretary, Frederic Andrews, who states that due to the popularity of the pamphlet that it had been reproduced for two years' running.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Picture postcards of hospital and grounds

Black and white picture postcards showing interior and exterior shots of the hospital building and grounds, these include: images of communal areas inside the hospital including the library, De lancey lowe room, assembly room, reception hall and staff standing outside of the gate house (c. 1908). Some of the postcards have been used and are addressed to people living at the hospital.

The picture postcards were produced by several different postcard producers including Marshall, Keene & Co, Hove Sussex.

Multiple creators

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