Correspondence, memorandum, reports, grant applications and promotional material relating to the Hospital's fundraising department, these include: a memorandum from 22 December 1993 regarding the need for improving hospital fundraising; applications for the role of fundraising manager, with attached curriculum vitae; grant application for the National Lotteries Charity Board, 1996; details of the fundraising campaign for the cloistered garden for the Hospital, and planning for the official opening, and letters relating to individual gifts received by the hospital.
Programmes for fundraising events for the hospital, these include: Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables garden party on 20 June 1959; 'The Silver Jubilee Ball' held in Wandsworth on 22 April 1977; 'The Forget-me-not Ball' held at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon, 3 March 1978; Musical concert by Julian Lloyd Webber and Gordon Back, Fishmonger's Hall, London, 1997.
Register of deaths of patients from April 1973 to March 2000. Entries include name of the patient, date admitted, case book number, whether they are inmate or pensioner and date of death. Later entries also include additional information of type of care they received, name of hospital ward and funding authorities.
House Committee case agenda books listing applicants for admission to the hospital. Volumes contains the following information on applicants: name; age; residence; medical condition; occupation; name of member of House Committee who visited them; the committee's decision and remarks. The first volume dates from 1936-1962, with the following volume covering 1962 to 1993 and the third being 1993 to 1998.
Variety of clinical records including meeting minutes and reports for various committees such as the Matron's report to the House Committee, records of the Chief Medical Officer and minutes of the Medical Committee; medical case notes of in-patients, c.1900-1945; papers relating to ward management including minutes of patient committee; papers relating to nurse training and teaching at the hospital, including records of the Nursing School, 1955-1975, and records from various clinical departments including dentistry and wheelchair department.
Book entitled 'Faith is the Spur' by James McMillan and Norman Alvey, MCB University Press, 1993. The book provides a history of the life and work of Rev Andrew Reed (1787-1862) and the institutions that he founded. Gifted to Veronon Beauchamp (RHHI) by Mr McMillan in 1994.