MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION


MS 065 – Fairley, Sir N H (1891-1966)
Listed by Carlene Stockton and Rosanne Clayton

CONTENTS

Career Summary
Degrees, Honours and Awards
Medals and Prizes
Series 1 Personal – Biographical [clippings, notes, correspondence]
Series 2 Personal – Correspondence [correspondence files as kept by Fairley]
Series 3 Personal – Files [files on variety of subjects and interests as kept by Fairley]
Series 4 Walter and Eliza Hall Institute [notebooks and diaries]
Series 5 Hospital for Tropical Medicine [graphs, notebooks, reprints]
Series 6 Malaria [notes, papers (typescript), reprints]
Series 7 Research on Malaria in Monkeys [notebook]
Series 8 AIF Service – Cairo [notebooks, correspondence, diaries, reprints]
Series 9 Medical Research Unit Cairns [medical cases, notes, enemy publications, graphs, notebooks, correspondence]
Series 10 MRU Cairns – Atebrin [test cases, graphs, report]
Series 11 MRU Cairns – Malaria [experiment reports, case histories, typescripts, graphs]
Series 12 MRU Cairns – Paludrine [experiment reports, correspondence]
Series 13 Combined Advisory Committee [minutes, reports, correspondence]
Series 14 Nakom Paton POW Camp [diary, reports, photos, drawings]
Series 15 War material [reprints, General Orders]
Series 16 Tour of India, Burma and Ceylon [programme, notes, correspondence]
Series 17 Malaria in Malaya [correspondence, notes, graphs, typescript reports]
Series 18 Snake bite [reprints]
Series 19 Miscellaneous [papers, correspondence, reprints, notebooks]
Series 20 Photographs [black and white photos, medical slides, illustrations]
Series 21 Charts and graphs 1943-46
Series 22 Reprints[collection of reprinted articles, variety of topics]
Series 23 Books by Fairley
Series 24 Miscellaneous medical papers
Series 25 Sprue [reprints and notes]
Series 26 Personal – chronological correspondence (See also series 2)
Series 27 Personal – subject correspondence (See also series 2)
Series 28 Books of newspaper clippings about NHF, his extended family, his colleagues, malaria and science in general
Series 29 Diaries
Series 30 Miscellaneous personal material
Series 31 Oversize material
Series 32 Material received from A W Sweeney
Index to personal names in Series 9, 10 and 21

CAREER SUMMARY

1891 Born 15 July, Inglewood, Victoria. Educated at Scotch College, 'dux' of his matriculation year

1915 M.B., B.S. 1st class honours (Melbourne). Resident appointment Melbourne Hospital

1916 Commission in Australian Army Medical Service Egypt

1918 Lieutenant Colonel, Senior Physician to 11th Australian General Hospital

1919 Lister Institute, London

1920 First Assistant to Director, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Melbourne

1922 Medical Research Officer of Bombay Bacteriological Laboratory

1927 Commonwealth Research Officer, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Melbourne

1929 Assistant Physician, Hospital for Tropical Diseases; Lecturer at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

1940 Colonel, Australian Army Medical Service, Cairo

1942 Australia, Brigadier and Director of Medicine in the AMF

1943-45 Chairman Combined Advisory Committee

1943-46 LHQ Medical Research Unit, Cairns

1946 Wellcome Professor of Tropical Medicine at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Consulting Physician, Hospital for Tropical Diseases

1951-53 President of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

1966 Died 19 April at Sonning, after long illness.

DEGREES, HONOURS AND AWARDS

1918 OBE

1922 DSc

1928 FRCP London

1940 FRACP

1941 CBE

1942 FRS

1946 Hon. FRCP Edinburgh

1947 Commander of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem

1949 Hon MD, Adelaide

1950 KBE

1951 Hon LLD, Melbourne

1956 Hon DSc, Sydney

MEDALS AND PRIZES

1920 David Syme Research Prize and Medal Dublin Research Prize

1931 Chalmers Memorial Medal for Research in Tropical Medicine

1945 Bancroft Memorial Medal

1946 Richard Pierson Strong Medal, American Foundation of Tropical Medicine

1948 Moxon Medal, Royal College of Physicians

1949 Mary Kingsley Medal, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

1950 Manson Medal, Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

1951 James Cook Medal, Royal Society of NSW

1957 Buchanan Medal, Royal Society of London

 

BOX 1

Series 1 Personal – Biographical 65/1/1 Newspaper clipping – The Argus Weekender 12 December 1953

65/1/2 Miscellaneous papers – role in World War II, list of general researchers, newspaper clippings 1922-56; 1992

65/1/3 Biographical notes

65/1/4 Biographical notes

65/1/5 Testimonials, including newspaper clippings, draft for Who's Who entry, awards and honorary degrees

65/1/6 Research work notes

65/1/7 Correspondence re erection of a memorial in Cairns 1968-71

65/1/8 Memorial in Cairns – photographs

65/1/9 Newspaper clippings re death of son Dr Gordon Hamilton Fairley October 1975

65/1/10 Article on NHF written for the Australian Dictionary of Biography by F J Fenner, July 1992

Series 2 Personal – Correspondence

65/2/1 Correspondence to T Bennett (Wellcome Institute) re Australian Institute of Chemotherapy. Correspondence to C Kellaway re Wellcome Institute. USA Board for the Co-ordination of Malarial Studies Report # 423. Graph – Incidence and Mortality Rates – Blackwater Fever 1943-45 Reports of deaths by blackwater fever and patients with blackwater fever. Notes on suppressive Atebrin 1943-45

65/2/2 Correspondence and reprints: Prof A Albert

65/2/3 Washington letters: Colonel Downie 1944

65/2/4 Professorship at Ross Institute 1945-46

65/2/5 Dr C R B Blackburn 1946-49

65/2/6 Prof A W Woodruff 1946

65/2/7 East African 1951-52

65/2/8 American 1951-53

65/2/9 Sir John Boyd 1951-57

65/2/10 Sir Charles Martin 1955

65/2/11 Miscellaneous – all regarding malaria 1955-60

65/2/12 Dr Cecil J Hackett July 1945; October 1962; December 1984 (Lady Fairley), and portion of appreciation of Fairley by Hackett, ca 1966

Series 3 Personal – Files

65/3/1 Anaemias

65/3/2 Australian Military 1952-54

65/3/3 Australian Red Cross

65/3/4 Awards for consultants 1949-50

65/3/5 BBC – includes scripts 1947-49

65/3/6 Case histories 1949

65/3/7 References and testimonials for others

65/3/8 Royal College of Physicians 1958-61

65/3/9 The Royal Society 1953-60

65/3/10 University of London – work as an examiner 1952-61

65/3/11 Universities of Melbourne and Sydney – external examiner

BOX 2

Series 4 Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Melbourne 65/4/1 Hydatid Bilharzia – complement fixation 1925-29

65/4/2 Notebook 2. Bilharzia complement fixation research 1925-28

65/4/3 Address book and diary 1927

65/4/4 Notebook 3 – complement fixation in hydatid disease 13/12/1928

65/4/5 Notebook 4 – complement fixation in hydatid disease 1928

Series 5 Hospital for Tropical Medicine

65/5/1 Blood sugar curves in sprue 1931

65/5/2 Patient notebook 1931-36

65/5/3 Research notebook. Bio-Chem Laboratory – 1932-34

65/5/4 Notebook. Case notes on patients 1932-36

65/5/5 Research notebook. Bio-Chem Laboratory 2 – 1934-38

65/5/6 Case histories – Hospital for Tropical Diseases 1935. Report on the action of drugs on the parasites of human malaria 1947

65/5/7 Notes and literature re Methaemalbumin research 1935-38

65/5/8 Medical papers – includes case notes, proofs for articles, monkey research graphs, post mortem notes, typescript papers (malaria, blackwater fever, mycetoma, histoplasmosis, idiopathic steatorrhoea, diarrhoea)

BOX 3

65/5/9 Notebook. Records of patients, mainly sprue 1936-39 65/5/10 Notebook. Complement fixation tests 1936-47

65/5/11 Methaemalbumin and blackwater fever – manuscripts and case histories 1938

65/5/12 Casebook of patients 1938

65/5/13 Notebook 3 – Salonika tropical macrocytic 1938-39

65/5/14 Notes of patients refugee Hospital of Thessaloniki 1939

Series 6 Malaria

65/6/1 Set of handwritten notes re malaria

65/6/2 Paper:'Experimental malarial infections in Australasian anophelines', by M J Mackerras and F H S Roberts

65/6/3 Mammalian malaria enquiry India by Lt Col Mulligan

65/6/4 Report on visit to UK and USA to exchange information on malarial research and insect-borne diseases 1944

65/6/5'Very special malaria reprints'

65/6/6 Malaria in Australian troops who recently served in New Guinea. 3 reports in single bound f/cap vol. 1943

65/6/7 Miscellaneous reprinted matter re malaria: 13 items

Series 7 Research on malaria in monkeys

65/7/1 Notebook. Monkey malaria research 9/11/1932 – 25/1/1940

BOX 4 Series 8 AIF service, Middle East, Cairo 65/8/1 Notebook. Use of sulphanilamide and quinine. Cairo 1940. Hospital notes

65/8/2 Middle East correspondence 1941. Bibliography by Brigadier J S K Boyd on bacillary dysentery

65/8/3 War Diary January 1941. Papers by Col Fairley. Correspondence to and from Col E L Cooper. # 2 monographs on plasma atebrin levels

65/8/4 War diary February 1941

65/8/5 Notebook and diary 1941

65/8/6 Dysentery – analysis of sulfaguanidine treatment 1941

65/8/7 Notebook and diary. Malaria 1942

65/8/8 Notebook and diary 1942

65/8/9 Four reprints re Middle East

Series 9 Medical Research Unit Cairns

65/9/1 Aitape – Wewak experiments 1945-46

65/9/2 Amoebic infection in a Japanese POW (case of 1944)

65/9/3 Case of fatal amoebiasis. Correspondence to C Wenyon re Wellcome Institute Position

65/9/4 Tour of Australia and New Guinea 1944. Notes

65/9/5 Bacillary dysentery. Fatal case. 1944

65/9/6 Blackwater fever. Cases 1943

65/9/7 Blackwater fever. Literature

65/9/8 Report by Consulting Malariologist to the War Office 29/8/45

65/9/9 Lecture notes. Course in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene for Medical Officers. 1-3 February 1943

65/9/10 Death rates in Australian forces from malaria, blackwater fever and scrub typhus 1945

65/9/11 Report on decompression chamber runs in malaria infected volunteers on anti-malarial drugs

65/9/12 Defence Committee reports – Man Power 1943

65/9/13 Dengue in Queensland. Literature and reports 1941-42

65/9/14 Dengue experiment – preliminary report 24/4/1944

65/9/15 Enemy publication – defence against bacterial warfare

65/9/16 Field type long term experiments – test cases

65/9/17 List of gametocyte carriers and summary of mosquito infections 1943-45

65/9/18 Cairns experiments. Graphs

65/9/19 Japanese Medical Service General Staff Intelligence 1944

BOX 5 65/9/20 Key to experiments Cairns malaria reports. Russian translations of NHF article. Naval Medical Research Institute report – malaria 65/9/21 Lung fluke in Formosan POW 1945. Endemic typhus on the Atherton Tableland report 1944

65/9/22 Notebook. Medical Directorate some research notes. 1945

65/9/23 Medical papers. Studies in chemotherapy LHQ MRU Cairns. Quartan malaria. 2 copies

65/9/24 Conference notes. Mosquito borne diseases. 29-30 May 1942 Anti-malaria measures Nth Qld

65/9/25 New Guinea patients. Test cases:

ANSTISS, H G
ASHTON, M S
BALLARD, A E
BASSULA, W R
BEGLEY, L A
BOYCE, R C
BRAMLEY, C W
CARROLL, V L
CAVANAGH, J H
CAVANAGH, S G
CRESWICK, C R
DAWSON, C H
DERWIN, C L
DONLAN, K J
FLEAY, J V
FROST, S
GRANT, A
GREER, L C
GUNN, J W J
HARRISON, H J
HODGE, S R
JONES, E E V
KELLY, P F
KENNY, J
KIDNER, E B
LEESE, J V
LYONS, E J
McCAFFERY, L D
McKINNON, W S
MARRIAGE, A R
MINGRAMM, J A
MITCHELL, A T
MURPHY, P A
NICHOLS, R A J
OVERALL, N W
OWENS, F J
PAUL, C H
PERRAM, J J
PRENDERGAST, J
PRESTON, J
PRINGLE, A
QUINN, J P
RICHES, H T
SIMPSON, W C A
SLOAN, H C
SPINKS, V G
STEWART, N J
TEASDELL, D J
THOMPSON, J H
TURNER, R E
WALLBANK, R A
WEBSTER, S S
WILLIAMS, W E
WILSON, A
WOOD, E E

65/9/26 Tour of New Guinea and North Queensland. Fairley and I Mackerras. June-July 1942

65/9/27 Plasmodium vivax controls. Test cases:

BUTLER, R J
BYRNE, L
CHEFFIRS, J E
COPPING, O J W
DAVIDSON, J
DOORNBUSH, J
GILMORE, C W
HALE, R C R
HEATHCOTE, G W
JENKINS, H M
JONES, J V
McCABE, P J
MANNING, R S
MATICH, F T
MORGAN, B
PETERSON, A
POINTON, S
PURDON, A J
QUERIPEL, H G
RICHARDSON, B L
RICHARDSON, J H
ROBAN, W L
ROWLINSON, W J
SMEDLEY, J
SOMERS, V X
SPENCER, H J
TOLLIDAY, A N
TURNER, J
TUSTIAN, C E
TYLER, R
VINCE, S C
WHEATLEY, A
WHITE, F
WICKS, V C
WILLS, C A
TREWREN, H J
WILTON, E A
WOLTER, V R

65/9/28 Correspondence. Mainly compression of penicillin in Australia. Also Wellcome Institute, Malaria, Tour of India 1945

65/9/29 Plasmoquine experiments. Test cases:

STEVENSON, E W
STURROCK, G W
BENGTSSON, C H
FARNELL, E
GIDDY, F G
PROTOPOPOFF, S N
ARMSTRONG, E G W
BAXTER, P
MANNHEIM, H
MITCHELL, M S
MORRISON, A H
MORRISON, G R
AVERY, W G
BROWNE, K C
CALLAGHAN, M
GILL, G D
LAMARO, F R
LEARMONTH, J B
SPRATT, L W
VARIAN, K P
DRUCKER
GILBERT, R B
INGAMELLS, F H
GREIGER, R M

65/9/30 Post mortem reports 1945

65/9/31 List of post mortem specimins and reports

65/9/32 PUO on the Atherton Tableland January 1945. Paper by Lt Col Bonnin

65/9/33 MRU Cairns reports and correspondence to Col R Andrew

65/9/34 MRU Cairns reports and correspondence to Col Blackburn

65/9/35 Cairns research reports

65/9/36 Schistosomiasis. Reports of an outbreak in 82 (WA) Division 1944

65/9/37 SN 6911 experiments 1944

65/9/38 SN 13236 and SN 7618 1945-46. Correspondence

54/9/39 Tropical Diseases Advisory Committee 23/8/1943

65/9/40 Wellcome Foundation letters Fairley, Adrien, Bennett Kellaway re establishment of an Institute of Chemotherapy

65/9/41 Miscellaneous – Correspondence and papers

65/9/42 Miscellaneous military papers

65/9/43 Miscellaneous research experiments. Test cases:

HARDING, R R
STINSON, W
SCHEINER, F
HALL, I S
SHIPPICK, J P
WEARING, T A
SCOTT, H

65/9/44 Miscellaneous papers

BOX 6 Series 10 MRU Cairns – Atebrin 65/10/1 Atebrin Cairns LHQ MRU.'An experimental investigation of the Aitape – Wewak strains regarding Atebrin sensitivity'

65/10/2 Atebrin – graphs of experiments

65/10/3 Atebrin. Optimum dosage. Test cases:

WALSH, R J
EGAN, K H
ELLIS, J F
KENYON, K M
WATSON, C H
BUNGARD, C C
COWAN, J A
LAWLOR, A M
MELVILLE, V C
MATTHEWS, R C
MAPLEY, A
NORTON, M E
OWENS, T R
HOAD, B J
POWELL, T H
THOMPSON, J W
MURRAY, H G
PIROIS, R C
TOSSELL, B G
ASHTON, C H
CHRISTENSEN, J
STEPHENSON, J P
KINGDOM, L W
LIGHT, L J
FORD, C
MATTHEWS, A W
RIDDELL, A C R
WILSON, G A
DAVIES, R P
OSMOND, K
PRICE, F B
POWELL, J R
ROTHENBERGER, K
LANGFORD, H
SMITH, E Y
MEARES, R D
HOLMES, A W
RUSS, A E
NEVILLE, J
CURRAN, K
WILKINSON, R L
CHALKER, C C
KEMP, E A
RUSSELL, E J
MELVILLE, J J
HAYNE, H
WILLIAMSON, A F
CANHAM, D E
BECKETT, C
COY, F T
COLE, F R J
HENDERSON, A M
LEWIS, J W
BOEHM, F A
BROHMAN, W D
FURNER, F J
RIGBY, H S
SORENSEN, A E

65/10/4 Atebrin. Two envelopes. Test cases:

TOUT, W H
WILKINS, B
HODGE, G
KIERNAN, J V
CALLAGHAN, J F
FREEMAN, E
COOK, H C
CROSS, J L
ELLIS, N E
GANN, P J
BELL, A G
IRWIN, J W
CLUNE, J H
HENDERSON, L T E
HORSLEY, H L
JOHNSON, M R
PARSONS
BERGER, S C
BURGESS, R G
GREGURKE, H A
HANSELL, C E
HERRINGE, R A
KELLY, T J
MOTT, K F

65/10/5 Atebrin – Toxicity records

Series 11 MRU Cairns – Malaria

65/11/1 Bound typescript. Report by Medical Division and Pathology Department 2/2 Australian Hospital Atherton Tableland August 1943.'Malaria amongst the troops of the AIF recently evacuated from New Guinea'

65/11/2 Anti-malaria Advisory Committee minutes

65/11/3 Malaria case histories 1943-45

65/11/4 Malaria casualties US Marines 1st Division 1943

65/11/5 Malaria in coastal operations in the Huon Gulf and Peninsula. September 1943 – March 1944

65/11/6 Documents re control of malaria in the Pacific Australian area. Correspondence Dr Albert 1942

65/11/7 Control of malaria. Directives 1943-44

65/11/8 Malaria experiments. Organisation 4th and 5th reports 1943 correspondence

65/11/9 Malaria experiments. Interim report no 6, 1944. 2 vols

65/11/10 Malaria. Fatal and non-fatal cases

65/11/11 Graphs

65/11/12 Investigation into malaria Sir Earl Page. Some correspondence 1943-44

65/11/13 Malaria in the Japanese Army – captured documents

65/11/14 Malaria. Military medicine miscellaneous papers

65/11/15 Malaria. New Guinea operations 1943

65/11/16 Report to Prime Minister by Sir Earl Page 1943

65/11/17 Malaria. Researches with special references to subinoculation in experimentally infected volunteers 1946

65/11/18 Malaria in the South/West Pacific with special reference to its chemotherapeutic control 1942-45 Pts I and II. A malaria survey at Wewak – transcript by I Mackerras and J Aberdeen 1946

65/11/19 Malaria. Special memorandum 1943

65/11/20 Report on malarial therapy at Cairns and Atherton 1944-45 for Brigadier MacAlevey

65/11/21 Malaria. Treatment of men released from Army. Reprints re Scrub Typhus

65/11/22 Quinine regulations 1942. Correspondence re production of anti-malarials in Australia

65/11/23 Rupture of malarial spleens. Cases.

BOX 7 Series 12 MRU Cairns – Paludrine

65/12/1 Six folders on Paludrine. Experiments and correspondence 1944-46

65/12/2 Paludrine – use. Notes and correspondence 1946

Series 13 Combined Advisory Committee

65/13/1 Committee minutes 1943-44

65/13/2 Resolutions and correspondence to Commander-in-Charge

65/13/3 Correspondence to Commander in Charge

65/13/4 Correspondence with members

65/13/5 Reprinted papers

65/13/6 Reports – review of activities and malaria control

65/13/7 Review of activities to 30/6/1944

65/13/8 Correspondence re termination of Committee

65/13/9 Forty-four folders of military letters relating to the Combined Advisory Committee – arranged sequentially according to original order

BOX 8 Series 14 Nakom Paton POW Camp

65/14/1 Photos, drawings, diary, miscellaneous reports, Departmental reports and statistics, Medical Society clinical meetings. 1944-45

Series 15 War material

65/15/1 Technical instructions, General Orders, memoranda, reprints. 14 items

Series 16 Tour of India, Burma and Ceylon

65/16/1 Map of Burma. Correspondence, transcripts of lecture notes, programme Other miscellaneous files relating to MRU and Malaya

65/16/2 War in Burma. Lecture

Series 17 Malaria in Malaya

65/17/1 Correspondence, graphs, notes relating to work in Malaya re Paludrine problem Other miscellaneous files 1951-52

65/17/2 Typescript – Malaria in Malaya 1952

65/17/3 Two Interim Reports to the Colonial Medical Research Committee: – Scrub typhus in Malaya 1947-49 – Trials in Malaya of Paludrine and Atebrin 1950

Series 18 Snake bite

65/18/1 Collection of reprints relating to snake bite poisoning

Series 19 Miscellaneous

65/19/1 Correspondence, reprints, experiment reports 1941-52

65/19/2 Notebook. Literature on Dracontiasis

65/19/3 Papers on Dysentery – US & UK

65/19/4 Notes on E Ford

65/19/5 Helminthiasis Sub-Committee – papers, including reprints and agendas 1946-47

65/19/6 Military visit East Asian Medical HQ, May 1951. Notebook

65/19/7 Schistosomiasis. Cases, patient notes 1941-44

65/19/8 Shopping list and medical notes. Notebook

65/19/9 Tropical medicine at University of California 27/4/1944. Notebook

BOX 9 Series 20 Photographs

65/20/1 Miscellaneous photos and graphs

65/20/2 Miscellaneous medical slides and graphs

65/20/3 Medical photos and illustrations

65/20/4 Miscellaneous medical photos and slides

65/20/5 Miscellaneous medical photos and prints

65/20/6 Yaws 1937

65/20/7 N H Fairley, Brigadier J Sinton, Lt Col C R B Blackburn, Queensland

65/20/8 MRU Cairns 1945 – staff, volunteers and experiments. Collection of photos

65/20/9 Leather wallet containing photos of MRU Cairns

65/20/10 Seven (7) framed photos of experiments at Cairns with descriptive notes 1945

65/20/11 One (1) large photo – Cairns Laboratory

65/20/12 Small photo album belonging to Dr J Mackerras of the LHQ MRU Cairns

65/20/13 Graphs and photos – India Tour and monkey research

65/20/14 Miscellaneous photos, drawings and graphs

BOX 10 Series 21 Charts and graphs 1943-46

65/21/1 Light infection – B., T. Sontochin, Resochin, Quinine, Atebrin. November 1944

BAULCH, E
BEATTIE, E
BROWN, H W
DOLPHIN, S
FIELD, E N
GUEST, O
HILL, W R
JOHNSTON, R C
MOFFATT, R A
THOMPSON, L W

65/21/2 Paludrine – mixed infection. Paludrine – BT. M4430 – BT. Paludrine – 0.1gm, 0.2gm, 0.3gm, 1.0gm. M4430 – 0.2gm. Mixed infection – 0.1gm, field type experiment. 1945

ABRAMOWICZ, M
ANDERSON, A K
ANDREWS, F A
ARBON, G F
BEVILAQUE, M W
BOLTON, W H G
BRACE, N J
BUBB, R
BUTLER, P C
BUZZACOTT, J
CAMPBELL, C D
CARLISLE, F T
CARSON, W C
CHRISTIANSON, K T
CLARK, E J
CLARK, J
COLACINO, A
COLE, R
COLE, R S
COOPER, E W
DONOVAN, C J
DUNHAM, L J
EDELHOFFER, F
FLINT, L E
FOLEY, P K
GLOVER, K G
GOLDSACK, K O
GREEN, W F
GRUBB, M C
HAMPTON, L K
HEAPY, R J
HIGHET, G F C
HORWOOD, W
HOSKIN, T R
JASPERSON, H W
KESSELL, S E
KING, A G
KNOTHE, H J W
LARSEN, N R E
LEWINS, A H
McPHERSON, A A
MANN, L S
MATICH, F T
MORGAN, H B
NETTLEFOLD, F F
PARKER-SMITH, H
PENHALL, F J
QUINLAN, F J
REA, J R
REED, L R
REEVES, R E
ROBERTS, R W
STEWART, J L
STEWART, K R
STONEHAM, E V
SWINEY, N W
TAYLOR, E
THEODOROFSKI, A
THOMAS, W A
THOMPSON, G H
TORPY, L P
TUCKER, A F
WHITELEY, R W
WOOLCOCK, E A
WRIGHT, W J
YARROW, B R

65/21/3 Quinine. BT, MT and mixed infection. 1944-45

ADAMSON, C H N
BLANCH, S P
BONES, W E
BOYLING, R W
CAMPBELL, C
CLARKE, V T
COOPER, W
COX, G H
DE LA RUE, A J
EARSMAN, T E
FALVEY, N E
FORREST, H M
GODSON, T P
GOOCH, R H
JOHNSTONE, R L
KELLY, J L
LAWLER, K P
LEWIS, K G
MACKAY, W B
MORRIS, C H
NIENABER, M
RECH, A
ROSS, A J
SMITH, J M
STERLING, A F
TANN, R H
THURGOOD, L E
WELLS, R E
WOOTTON, R J
WORBOYS, N R

65/21/4Controls – P. falciparum and mixed infection. 1944-45

AANNELLI, C
ADAMS, C K R
ASHDOWN, W K
AUSTIN, R J
BAKER, N
BANKS, H P
BLYTH, S G
BOLTON, A R
DAY, H
DOWLING, V A
FISH, R W
HILL, H M
HOPKINS, G W
JACKSON, J B
KENNY, K L
LANE, W W
LUKE, D H
MacKENZIE, A D
McQUILLAN, J A
MARSH, S J
MAVROMATIS, N A
MURDOCH, N W
NIEBABER, M
PRINCE, R A
ROBINSON, J H
SMITH, C D
SOMMERVILLE, H R
STEVENSON, E W
STEWART, K W
STURROCK, G W
TREZISE, W S
WARFORD, T L N
WHITFIELD, A A
WHITTON, M B
WILKINS, B

65/21/5 Sulphonamide short term experiments. Sulphonamide 1.0gm daily (including light biting experiment). Sulphonamide 3.0 or 4.0gm daily (causal prophylactic experiment)

ALLUM, J F
ALLWRIGHT, T N
ANDRISKE, G B
BAMPFIELD, J G
BARWOOD, L A
BASHFORD, A S
BERGER, N B
BOARDMAN, E W
BODEY, G R
BONNETT, C
BROWN, W C
COLLETT, A W
COOK, L C
DELLER, R M
DOLAN, J J
DRAYTON, B
DUDDELL, C S
FORBES, A J
FURSE, C M
GALE, R W
GIBSON, T R
GOLDING, W G
GOODWIN, W J
GRAYSON, G (correct name Stafford)
HALL, B
HALLIDAY, D J
HAYWARD, J W
HERRICK, G W
HOBBS, A J
JONES, D A
KILDAY, S
LE LIEVRE, W
LOWRY, J R
McGAVIN, L O A
McLEAN, D R
MARTIN, R B
MILES, F J
MILLER, J H
MURTON, W R
NASH, R J R
NEWLYN, F J
O'BRIEN, T
O'NEILL, J
PATON, N
PATTON, M C
PICTON, J A
PLATT, R A
PORTEOUS, C F
QUAILL, L
REAL, J H B
RICHARDS, G
RODDA, A H
SMITH, K
SMITH, N E
SOMMERVILLE, T C
STACEY, C M
STEWART, W F
STIBBS, L R
TARGETT, A C
TAYLOR, A
THOMAS, R
TUDOR, K D
VEARS, A J
VON HOFF, H
WARD, G A
WATERS, D E
WESTPHAL, W E J
WIGHT, K W
WINCHESTER, V R
WRIGHT, W J
YEATES, R E

65/21/6 Sontochin (SN 6911)'SB', or Resochin (SN 7618)'SN'. Resochin – BT, MT. Sontochin – BT 0.1gm or 0.2 gm daily, MT, mixed infection field experiment. 1944

ABELL, I H
ALLEN, M W
ANDERSON, O K
ANNING, S L
BARDON, R
BRANNIGAN, W M
CAMERON, C F
CARRA, P V
CASSERLY, F N
CATES, R G
CHARTERIS, A F
COFFEY, P A
COOTE, H M
CROMBIE, J J
DONNELLY, G I
DOWIE, W J
DREW, J R
DRISCOLL, G
DUFFIELD, L
FRANKS, R
FRENCH, A D
FUGE, B
GEORGE, M L
GOULD, L W
GRAHAM, R B
GREEN, L
GWATKIN, J A
HAGAN, B I
HALL, A G
HARDISTRY, W G
HEMSLEY, F J
HUTCHINS, J B
JENYES, R
JONES, A S
KNIGHT, W E
LAIRD, B E
LANGE, S G
LONGBOTTOM, D A
McPHERSON, P K
MAIDMENT, L G
MAUGHAN, B W
MILLIGAN, R
MITCHELL, D W
MOORE, E A
MORRIS, W W
NEILSON, A J
NICHOLS, L E
RICHARDS, S J
RIGNEY, T C
RIMINGTON, F C
RITTER, R K
RIVERS, D W
ROSS, L R
RUMSEY, A R
SMITH, O T
SMOJE, P
STATE, A A
STONE, W G
SWAN, J C
TWIST, J J P
VIANT, E E
VIDLER, G E
VOGELSANG, A E
VOSS, L R
WAKELY, W H
WEST, W F
WESTON, H
WHITEMAN, A H
WOOD, A A
ZURVAS, W

65/21/7 Gametocyte canins. 1943-44

AGNEW, C W
ALLEY, F
ALTMANN, E C
AMBROSE, R E
ANDERSON, E A
ANDERSON, L
ANDRISKE, G R
ARNOLD, H G
ARNOTT, M R
ASHLEY, L J
AVERY, J T
AYRES, L
BAILEY, J H
BARNES, D H
BECKETT, C
BELL, W G
BENSON, A
BERTRAND, J W
BEYER, F E
BIDDLE, W E
BIRKETT, C
BLACKBURNE, O
BLACKSTOCK, A R
BLAIN, J A
BLAIR, W
BLAND, A
BONNER, K J
BOOTH, J F A
BOW, C W
BOWERS, W R (or W A) (QX 11786)
BRENNAN, G C
BRIDSON, F M
BRIGGS, T
BROWN, W C
BROWN, W D
BROWNE, S R
BYRNE, S T
CAHILL, J
CAMBRIDGE (No initials) (NX 9305)
CANNINGS, L
CAPARARO, K
CARTER, H
CARTER, S C
CASEY, J V
CAWTHORNE, A
CHADWICK, G
CHAPMAN, A
CHARDON, R F
CHRISTIAN, J R
CLEWER, W E J
COLLINS, A
COLLIS, E W
CONNELL, M E
CONNINGHAM, R M
CONNOLLY, R E
COOK, H C
COOTE, C J
COWIE, A B
COY, F T
CRAMP, E M
CRANSTONN, F H
CROSS, J L
CROSS, J R
CUNNINGHAM, R M
CURRAN, K
DAVIS, G
DAVIS, N L
DEAN, G
DEED, D
DELLER, R M
DENTON, L
DIXON, A
DOELAH (No initials) (13914)
DONNELLY, D E
DOUET, A H
DOWLING, A A
DOWNS, F W
DOYLE, W P
DRAFFEN, T M
DRUMMOND, J
DRYSDALE, A S
EARL, J H
EAST, D
EDWARDS, C J
EGGINS (No initials) (NX 130226)
ELLSWORTHY, H
ERCOLE, Q N
FARRELLY, B
FAUCETT, H C
FERGUSON, E A
FERGUSON, S J
FINLAY, L W
FOLDER, R
FRANCIS, D H M
FRAWLEY, T S
FREEGUARD, J F
FREEMAN, E
FRIEND, P J C
GALE, R W
GARDINER, J J
GEE, W F
GEMMELL (No initials) (VX 25095)
GOLDING, V
GONSAL, E W
GOVAN, W A
GRAY, E
GRECO, V
GREER, H E
HANDSAKER, T
HARKNESS, A E
HARRIS, D M
HARVEY, C
HARVEY, R V
HAYDEN, V S
HEARNE, K
HERBERT, E J
HERRICK G W
HICKEY, K T
HILLS, N J
HINMAN, A H
HOGBEN, J R
HOPKINS, A
HOPPER, R W
HORLOCK, L
HORSLEY, H
HOSKING, E B
HUGGINS, B A
HUGHES, L E
IRELAND, D R
IZZARD, R J
JANSSON, W
JOHNSON, M R
JOHNSTONE, M D
JONES, W A
JUBB, F E
KAY, A E
KEIGHTLEY, A
KEMP, H
KEMP, H B
KENDRICK, E
KNIGHT, E
KNOBLOCK, L F
LANE, J D
LANGLEY, H E
LEE, V C
LEHFELDT, R
LEIGHTON, E R
LEWIS, J W
LIDDICUT, R F
LUCKIE, L A
LYNCH, K F
LYONS, O A
McBRIDE, J
McBURNIE, R C
McCARTHY, J J
McCARTHY, Y
McCLELLAND, E W
McCURRY, H M
McDONALD, J C
McEVOY, W R
McGAW, R K
McGRATH, G C
McGREGOR, A G
MacKECHNIE, A P
McKEON, C
McLENNAN, J H
McNAMARA, F
McPHERSON, F G L
McPHERSON, T E
MALONE, J P
MANNING, R S
MARSH, R
MAWER, V H
MAYE, K
MEAKINS, D
MEDHURST, L J
MELVILLE, J J
MENZ, J A
MILLINGTON, T C
MITCHELL, E J
MOIR, B E
MOON (No initials) (No number)
MOORE, C R
MORRISON, A F
MOSLEY, A A
MUIRHEAD, G H
MULHOLLAND, H J
MURDOCK, R
MURPHY, A C
MURPHY, S
NEALE, S
NEVILLE, J
MEWLYN, F J
NEWMAN, R
NORCOTT, R
OLIVER, L W
O'NEILL, C H
OUTRIDGE, P M
PALMER, N W
PARKER, A J
PARRY, R W
PARTRIDGE, A
PAUL, G
PENDLE, A
PEOPLES, J A
PERRY, A
PERRY, A H
PERRY, C W
PHILLIPS, L
PICTON, J A
PIMBLOTT, G H
PINSON, J C
PIPER, E R
PLEW, E S
POPP, S A
POWELL, T H
PRIMROSE, S W
PULBROOK, C
PYE, C J
RADNELL (No initials) (VX 70115)
REES, T
REMILTON, G
REWBRIDGE, E W
REYNOLDS, J
RISELEY, L A
ROBERTSON, A
ROBSON, J
RODWELL, J R
ROSS, J
RUDD, J W
RUSSELL, E
RUSSELL, E J
RUTHERFORD, J A
SALTER, G
SANDERS, R
SCOTT, G J
SEMPLE, W
SHOESMITH, T
SIM, J
SLIGAR, A P
SMITH, A E
SMITH, E Y
SMITH, R D
SMITH, R J
SMITH, V H
SORENSEN, A E
SPEERS, J A
STACK, W
STAGG, F G
STANTON, P A
STEPHEN, M L
STERRITT, G A
TAYLOR, W E
THORPE, D A
TIGHE, R C
TONKIN, J A
TOWNSEND, D M
TRAILL, V G
TRAPP, W J
TRETHOWAN, W H
TRINDER, E
TUDOR, K D
TURNBULL, R
TUXFORD, R J
TWOMEY, F J
ULLYATT, C
VON HOFF, H
WALKER, A
WALKER, B A
WALKER, E H
WARHURST, D
WATERS, D E
WATTERS, H
WEBB, J
WEISE (No initials) (No number)
WELLS, R F
WESTBURY, M
WHITE, F
WHITMORE, A
WIGHT, K W
WILKINSON, H R J
WILLIAMS, A
WILLS, D F
WILSON, E A
WINTON, H
WORRALL, W H
ZILLFLEISH, H

65/21/8 Prints of x-ray films of cysticercosis 1933 (19 prints)

65/21/9 AS I and recipients 1943

FARRELL, E
FLOWERS, G
GUNN, T
THOMPSON, W C
WALLACE, K
MASON, F J
JENKIN (or JENKINS), I (N 236550)
WATSON, J A
BURNS, G R
CROCKFORD, H E
CROZIER, E P
COOKE, K G
FELDMAN, R F
HENWOOD, J J
GASON, E W
JELLIFF, J S
FORBES, E J
KELLY, K L
GARDNER, K
HORNE, E N
NEWTON, R J
BLAIN, J F
THERKELSEN, P
ROSS, K R
MURRELL, K C
O'RANCE, R B
TRINDER, E
STOLLIZNOW, W A
SANDBEK, A B
SMITH, V H
WILLIAMS, E C
LANGLEY, H E

65/21/10 AS II and recipients 1943

BRENNAN, M J
CAMPBELL, R F
O'NEALE, C G
McGRATH, G W
WOOD, R J
FRIEND, D S L
PAGE, B G
LEO, B B
MINNS, F
ASKEW, W P
SAUNDERS, T V
TURNER, R D
PARKER, T J
DYER, W H
COLEMAN, J W
YATES, C E
McCRACKEN, P W
DOWNS, F W
PROLETA, J J
HARVEY, R V
DADSON, H G
KENNETT, A W
HARRISON, E G
CONNOLLY, R E
PARKER, D J
BARNES, D H
HUGHES, L E

65/21/11 AS 3 and recipients 1943

McLEAN, G M
FALLA, J S
SPRAKE, A E
COMPASATO (or CAMPESATO), G
WATERS, D E
AHEARN, C W
HOLLAND, J A
NICHOLAS, J H
HAYTER, E G
FOXLEE, E T H
ALLEN, F
GRAY, N J
AIRD (no initials) (Z 268429)
TONKIN, J
HAMIL, J G
CONSIDENE (or CONSIDINE), D J
REES, J P
APPLEBY, F
GIBSON, A R
HAMES, A C
GILLIES, D L
WESTON, E F
HEEPS, F K
VENARDOS, W R

65/21/12 Atebrin 0.6gm weekly or Atebrin 0.6gm with sulphonamides 7.0gm weekly.
Short term experiments – BT and MT 1943

CHALKER, C C
KEMP, E A
BOEHM, F A
SORENSEN, A E
TREWREN, H J
RUSSELL, E J
MELVILLE, J J
BROHMAN, W D
WHEATLEY, A
HAYNE, H
WILLIAMSON, A F
RIGBY, H S
WILLS, C A
CANHAM, D E
FURNER, F J
BYRNE, L
LANGFORD, H
SMITH, E Y
COY, F T
LEWIS, J W
MURDOCH, N W
MEARES, R D
WILKINSON, R M
COLE, F R
BANKS, H R
HOLMES, A W
RUSS, A E
BECKETT, C
HILL, H M
CURRAN, K
NEVILLE, J
HENDERSON, A M
BIRD, L

65/21/13 Atebrin React (?) and recipients 1943

O'RANCE, R B
ROSS, K R
MURRELL, K C
SALISBURY, J N
FARRELL, E
FLOWERS, G
GUNN, T
KELLY, M P
HAYTER, E G
MORRISON, D E
RAWSON, G
McGAW, R K
DYER, W H
YATES, C E
CROCKFORD, H E
REID, R E
HENWOOD, J J
FELDMAN, R F
BURNS, G R
ROSS, J
HEARNE, K
GEDDES, H L
BUCHANAN, N A
PARRY, R W
WENDLAND, N W]
CAREY, J
WALLACE, B
IRELAND, D R
McKLAREN (No initials) (NX 201390)
SCOWN, E A
MEDHURST, L J
TISHER (No initials) (SX 8332)
EGAN, R
BERTRAND, J W

65/21/14 Sulphonamides 1943

YEATES, R E
ALLWRIGHT, T N
BERGER, N B
BOARDMAN, E W
COOK, L C
ALLUM, J F
DRAYTON, B
RICHARDS, G
GOODWIN, W J
MILES, F J
PATON, N
PORTEOUS, C F
QUAILL, L
BONNETT, C
HOBBS, A J
KILDAY, S
BARWOOD, L A
DOLAN, J J
GIBSON, T R
GRAYSON, G
RODDA, A H
BROWN, W C
MURTON, W R
STIBBS, L R
TARGETT, A C
BODEY, G R
LE LIEVRE, W
SMITH, N E
McLEAN, D R
LOWRY, J R
STACEY, C M
THOMAS, R
VEARS, A J
ANDRISKE, G B
O'NEILL, J
WATERS, D E
DUDDELL, C S
COLLETT, A W
FORBES, A J
GOLDING, W G
VON HOFF, H
SMITH, K
WARD, G A
FURSE, C M
PICTON, J A
WIGHT, K W
MARTIN, R B
REAL, J H B
McGAVIN, L A
NEWLYN, F J
SOMMERVILLE, T C
HALLIDAY, D J
PATTON, M C
STEWART, W F
GALE, R W
HAYWARD, J W
HERRICK, G W
TUDOR, K D
DELLER, R M
HALL, B
PLATT, R A
WINCHESTER, V R
NASH, R J
O'BRIEN, T
BYRNE, L
BASHFORD, A S
BIRD, L
BAMPFIELD, J G

65/21/15 Atebrin and atebrin with sulphonamides. Short and long term experiments 1943-44

KEYSER (No initials) (V 513204)
RIGBY, H S
BANKS, H R
WILDINSON, R M
COLE, F R J
IRWIN, J W
FREEMAN, E
CLARKE, E G
CROSS, J L
WILLS, C A
WILLIAMSON, A F
WESTLEY, C G
BARSBY, A E
PATRIKEOS, E
GLEESON, H T
PECK, N
ARMSTRONG, G H
JORGENSON, W D
TATUM, W A
HAYES, C J
BARTSCH, W
HALE, R C R
COWDROY, F A

65/21/16 Atebrin experiment: long term, field type 1943-44

ARMISTEAD, P E
ARMSTRONG, G H
BARTSCH, W
BUDD, R S T
COWDROY, F A
CUMMINGS, C W
DOCKING, B A
GREEN, S E
HAYES, C J
MOY, W S
CORK, M
GULLY, R
JORGENSON, W D
MANTEUFEL, H H
TATUM, W A
WEIGHTMAN, R J
HOLDER, B F
REID, N F
CULLEN, D
GIRLING, J G
BEGGS, W C
CLARKE, J T
HUTSON, L G
HOMEL, W T
KENNETH, R
PASCOE, F J
HEMPSALL, J
HEMSTEDT, H W
MARSHALL, R J
WESTLEY, C G
BARSBY, A E
BARNETT, K T
MORONEY, D
GLEESON, H T
TURNER, A E
UTZ (No initials) (QX 50279)
HAYES, W F
EBSWORTH, K
CARROL, C A
LIDDY, L M
WILLIAMS, T J
HIPWOOD, W A
GOWLEY, E E
WALLIS, W A
HARDY, W K
TALBOT, C R
WALTER, E G
RAYWARD, L V
HARBEN, P
PATRIKEOS, E
McLEAY, R S
PECK, N
DEECE, S O
McGREGOR, K C
YOUNG, A K
FLOHR, H
BARKER, C L
REEVES, J

65/21/17 Atebrin, low dosage. charts 67A-80B 1943-44

THOMPSON, J W
MATTHEWS, R C
OWENS, T R
WORBOYS, N R
DE LA RUE, A S
WOOTTON, F J
BOYLING, R W
NORTON, M E
WARFORD, T
TAYLOR, A
DELLER, R M
GWATKIN, J A
FRENCH, A D
MACKAY, W B
BOYLING, R W
TANN, R H
RICHARDSON (No initials) (VX 141257)
COWDROY, F A
STATE, A
WEBB, D J
VON HOFF, H
TAYLOR, A
STEAD, L S
SPENCER, H J
BUNGARD, C C
EDWARDS, C V
POWELL, T H
STARR, S G
CLARKE, E G
WILSON, G A
OSMOND, K
ASHTON, C H

65/21/18 Atebrin and plasmoquin 1943-44

PRICE, B F
WALTER, E G
LAIRD, B E
OWENS, T R
MAPLEY, A
WEBB, D J
BEDDOE, L J
STATE, A
MITCHELL, M S
GARDINER, A
FARNELL, E
KIRKMAN, A G
CLARKE, J T
REED, L R
DONNELLY, G I
HALL, A G
SMEDLEY, J
RIXON, G
GEORGE, M L

65/21/19 Cairns recipients 1943-44

SPENCER, H J
MacKECHNIE, A L
HYNES, B R
CLARKE, E G
KENT, H S
STAPP, A H
LANE, J D
SMEDLEY, J
IZZARD, R J
DUNCOMBE, D
NORTHEY, D A
BEATON, A J
BEUTEL (No initials) (Q 106674)
BOOTH, J F A
HARNDEN (No initials) (VX 91782)
HUNTER (No initials) (VX 77019)
SABIEN, E S
SMITH, A E J
SEWELL, K
SMITH, J H
WILSON, E A
MARTIN, W J
KEIGHTLEY, A B
GEORGE, S T
ROWSE, W P
CORBETT, J W
EDWARDS, C J
HARROP (No initials) (S 57499)
HOSKINS, R W
LYNCH, K F
CHASELING, J A
DOORNBUSH, J
GEORGE, M L
TURNER, J

65/21/20 M4888 1943-44

COOK, L C
DRAYTON, B
CHASELING, J A
RIMINGTON, F C
HOEY, L G
SINES, M W
ASHDOWN, W K
BRINDLEY, F K
HIRSCH, W M
ROBINSON, J F
WILLIAMS, R C
BURKE, G W
ROSSINGTON, C W
HOPKINS, N H
WHITE, F
BRYANT, K C
SMITH, J R
RICHARDSON (No initials) (VX 141257)
MacLAINE, M
REGAN, V J
DELLER, R M
TAYLOR, A
POINTON, S
LANE, W W
NORMINGTON, J F
DRISCOLL, G
HERRINGE, R E
MILLER, J F
WAKELEY, W H
ASTALL, J C
HANSELL, C
LAIRD, B E
JORDON, E C
SEXTON, W S
FELTHAM, W R
CRANE, N R
BATTEN, F C
CLARK, J
MCQUILLAN, J A
STEVENS, J W
DOWLING, B S
BURGESS, R G
QUERIPEL, H G 11 charts summarising results of experiments

65/21/21 Sulphonamide 1943-44

CLUNE, J H
BEDDOE, L J
HERRINGE, R E
BERGER, S C
BURGESS, R G
GREGURKE, A A
HANSELL, C E
KELLY, T J
MOTT, K F
BASHFORD, A S
JONES, D A
WRIGHT, W J
BAMPFIELD, J G
MILLER, J H
WESTPHAL, W E J
PLATT, R A
WINCHESTER, V R
NASH, R J
O'BRIEN, T
HALL, B
HORSLEY, H
JOHNSON, M R
PARSONS, A D

65/21/22 Atebrin – no build up (Gen. Biggam). 1944

GOWAN, J A
KENYON, K M
AANNELLI, C
MELVILLE, V C
EGAN, K H
WATSON,C H
ELLIS, J F
KINGDOM, L W
CHRISTENSEN, J
ASHTON, C H
TOSSELL, B G
MATTHEWS, A W
FORD, S

65/21/23 Atebrin optimum dosage 1944

WALSH, R J
ELLIS, J F
WATSON, C H
EGAN, K H
KENYON, K M
GOWAN, J A
LAWLOR, A M
BUNGARD, C C
MELVILLE, V C
DOUGLAS, L C
MATTHEWS, R C
NORTON, M E
HOAD, B J
POWELL, T H
THOMPSON, J W
FORD, S
MATTHEWS, A W
WILSON, G A
RIDDELL, A C
OSMOND, K
POWELL, J R
DAVIES, R P
ROTHENBERGER, K
MURRAY, H G
PIROIS, R C
TOSSELL, B G
ASHTON, C H
STEPHENSON, J P
CHRISTENSEN, J
KINGDOM, L W
LIGHT, L J

65/21/24 Light infection B.T. 1944

BROWN, H W
HILL, W R
FIELD, E M
JOHNSTON, R C
GUEST, R
DOLPHIN, S
BEATTIE, R C
MOFFATT, R A
BAULCH, E F
THOMPSON, L W

65/21/25 SN 6911 1944

RITTER, R K
KNIGHT, W E
DOWIE, W J
FUGE, B
SEARY, B
FLYNN, J N
AUSTIN, R J
BALDWIN, H C
VOSS, L R
DOUGLAS, L C
KELLY, T J
MILLER, J F
HERRINGE, R A
DRISCOLL, G
WOODS, S W
BUNTING, J A
HALE, R G R
STEWART, R N
EADES, A E
SOMMERVILLE, H R
LANGE, S G
MITCHELL, D W
CASSERLY, F N
GRAHAM, R B
ALLEN, M W
GREEN, L
ROSS, L R
STONE, W G
RIGNEY, T C
McPHERSON, P K
LONGBOTTOM, D A
RICHARDS, S J
VIDLER, G E
HARDISTY, W G
NEILSON, A J
WOODOATE, J L
GROSS, J
BERGER, S C
MURFETT, C C
GREGURKE, H A
FRANKS, R
SOMERS, J S (or V S or V X) (NX 28236)
WOLTERS, H F
BAIN, A E
MILLIGAN, R
CARRA, P V
FLETCHER, B L
HEMSLEY, F J
VOGELSANG, A E
RUMSEY, A R
TWIST, J J P
CATES, R G
LANGE, S G

65/21/26 Scrub typhus 1944

TRUELOVE (No initials) (VB 217517)
WATSON, R
RYAN, P W
ARNOLD, R W
HILLIS, P
CROFT, R K
MacBETH, L R
McLEAN, J A
KELLY, T H
MORT, B L
CUMMING, K
MASTERS, E
HAWKINS, J
JONES (No initials) (VX 6024)
LYONS, E F
CLOHESY (No initials) (VX 34358)
GRIMMETT (No initials) (QX 48884)

65/21/27 Atebrin 0.7 con. 1944-45

WILKINS, B
TOUT, W H
ANDERSON, M H
BENGTSSON, C H
CHASE, L B H
CORNISH, L C (May-July 1945)
CURTIS, L H
DAVIS, J W
JONES, F
LAUGHTON, H J
RAWLINGS, R A
TALBOT, W R
HODGE, G
HUGHES, W T
FLETCHER, D L
CALLAGHAN, J F
BAKER, H A
WATKINS,W E
HOWARD, G V
BEACHAM, R S G
CORNISH, L C (Feb-March 1945)
LEANE, W A
GUTHRIE, R R
KIERNAN, J V
SCHUBERTH, J T
GANNON, T M
FULLERTON, G K
ARMSTRONG, A K
TYLER, R
ROSSINGTON,C W
BELL, A G
COOK, H C
CROSS, J L
ELLIS, N E
FREEMAN, E
GANN, P J
IRWIN, J W

65/21/28 Plasmoquine 0.08gm daily – BT. Plasmoquine 0.08gm daily – MT. Plasmoquine 0.03gm daily with Paludrine 0.3gm daily – BT. 1944-45

AVERY, W G
BROWNE, K C
CALLAGHAN, M
LEARMONTH, J B
SPRATT, L W
VARIAN, K P
MORRISON, G R
DRUCKER, H
GILBERT, R B
LYONS, E C G
INGAMELLS, F H
GRIEGER, R M
BENGTSSON, C H
GIDDY, F G
PROTOPOPOFF, S N
ARMSTRONG, E G W
BAXTER, P
MANNHEIM, H
STEVENSON, E W
STURROCK, G W
LARSEN, N R E
NETTLEFOLD, F F
GOLDSACK, K O
JASPERSON, H W
ROWLINGSON, W J

65/21/29 Quinine. P. vivax – qs.xx, qs.x, or qs.v daily. P. falciparum – qs.xxx, qs.xx, qs.x, or qs.v daily. Mixed infection – qs.x or qs.v daily. 1944-45

MORRIS, C H
FORREST, H M
WOOTTON, F J
WORBOYS, N R
BONES, W E
COOPER, W
SMITH, J M
ROSS, A J
COX, G H
FALVEY, N E
LEWIS, K G
DE LA RUE, A J
RECH, A
STERLING, A F
EARSMAN, T E
LAWLER, K P
TANN, R H
WELLS, R E
CAMPBELL, C
GODSON, T P
ADAMSON, C
MACKAY, W B
THURGOOD, L E
BLANCH, S R
CLARKE, V T

65/21/30 Sporozoite experiment. Charts 81A-86. 1944-45

HALE, R C R
BUNTING, J A
MANNING, R S
HILL, C G
MORRISON, A H
DRISCOLL, G
STATE, A
RYAN, J E
LEANE, W A
ROGERS, W J
WAKELEY, W H
HAGAN, B I
ALLAN, M W
LAMARO, F R
EICHENGRUEN, E
GIDDY, F G
GILL, G D
MITCHELL, K D
RIGNEY, T C
COLEMAN, K C
KNIGHT, W E

65/21/31 Subinoculees. 1944-45

ANDERSON, H McL
ASTALL, J C
BAIN, A E
BENNETTO, I M
BENTLEY, T A
BERGER, S C
BLYTH, S G
BRAIN, N
CALLAGHAN, J F
CAMPBELL, K G
CASTANELLI, K
CLARK, L R
CLEMEMS, F
COOMBS, R R
CORNISH, L C
CRAIG, C R
CRAWFORD, A N
CSINTALAN, F W
CUMMINGS, A F
CUNNINGHAM, W N
DUGGAN, E H
EDWARDS, C H
ELLIS, J C
FALLON, G
FARNELL, E
FLYNN. T H
FULLERTON, G K
GANNON, T M
GOOCH, R H
GOOD, F R
GOOD, J P
GROSS, J
GUERIN, M A
HATFIELD, A R
HEASLIP, M
HENDERSON, L T E
HERMES, W L
HILL, J H
HILLIER, M J
HIRSCH, W F
HODGE, G
HODGES, D H
HOGAN, F J
HOLMESBY (No initials) (SX 23438)
HOPE, D H
HOPKINS, N H
HUGHES, W T
HYNES, B R
JOHNSON, W T
JONES, J U
JORDAN, R C
KEYSER (No initials) (V 513204)
KIRKMAN, A G
LAWRENCE, A E
LOHMEYER, D F
LUFF, L
McQUILLAN, J A
MACKAY, G N
MAGUIRE, M F
MANNING, R S
MARTIN, F G
MILLER, J F
MILTON-SCOYNE, L S
MITCHELL, S W
MORRISEY, V E
MURFETT, C C
NORMINGTON, J F
NORRIS, D R
NOSKOFF, A
POINTON, S
PROTOPOPOFF, S N
RICHARDSON, J H
ROGERS, W J
SEARY, B
SHAW, E H
SHEPHERD, G
SOMERS, J S
SORFLEET, H C
STARR, S G
STEAD, L S
TURNBULL, G H
TURNER, P B
TWENTYMAN, M W
WATKINS, W P
WATTERS, A J
WINKWORTH, J H
WOLTERS, H F
WOOD, D H
WOODGATE, J L

65/21/32 LHQ MRU. Special charts of experiments. Atebrin 0.6gm weekly or Atebrin 0.6gm weekly with sulphonamides 7.0gm weekly (short term experiment). Sontochin (SN 6911) 0.1gm daily – BT; 0.2gm daily – BT; 0.1gm daily – MT; 0.1gm daily – mixed infection – field experiment. 1944 (but many charts undated)

BARDON, R
CATES, R G
CHARTERIS, A F
DREW, J R
HARDISTY, W G
LANGE, S G
MILLIGAN, R
TWIST, J J P
ABELL, I H
ZURVAS, W
HALL, A G
RIXON, G
CASSERLEY, F N
GRAHAM, R B
MAIDMENT, L G
MITCHELL, D W
RUMSEY, A R
VOGELSANG, A E
WEST, W F
GWATKIN, J A
ROSS, L R
CARRA, P V
FRANKS, R
FRENCH, A D
FUGE, B
JENYES, R
NEILSON, A J
WHITEMAN, A H
CROMBIE, J J
DOWIE, W J
GREEN, L
LONGBOTTOM, D A
MCPHERSON, P K
RICHARDS, S J
STONE, W G
VIDLER, G E
RITTER, R K
HEMSLEY, F J
VOSS, L R

65/21/33 Controls – BT, MT, mixed infection, quartan. 1945

STINSON, W
SCHEINER, F
HARDING, R R
AANNELLI, C
DAY, H
DELBRIDGE, T A
DOWLING, V A
FISH, R W
HOPKINS, G W
MARSH,S J
SMITH, C D
WHITFIELD, A A
WHITTON, M B
VINCE, S C
GILMORE, C W
BRANNIGAN, K M
DOORNBUSH, J
CHEFFIRS, J E
MOLLROSS, H B
TREWREN, J H
TURNER, J
WOLTER, V R
WILKINS, B
BOLTON, A R
MAVROMATIS, N A
WARFORD, T L N

65/21/34 Neostam and Stilbamodine 1945

CHITTLEBOROUGH, A R
SCOTT, H
HALL, I S
SHIPPICK, J [
BUTLER, R J
DAVIDSON, J
TOLLIDAY, A N
WICKS, V C

65/21/35 Paludrine – MT and mixed infection. M4430 – BT. 1945

LEWIS, K G
O'DONNELL, R
ADAMS, C K R
STEDMAN, J R
COPPING, V
WURF, J C
BYRNE, W E
TUCK, G A
TURNBULL, G H
PAULIN, J L
POPE, S W
JACK, E J
BOXALL, E W
BRUNTON-SMITH, F
ROBINSON, J H
GLANVILLE, A E
JOHNSTONE, N G
SOMERS, H W
PAULIN, J L
SINES, M W
BEVERIDGE, S R
COLLIER, L J
NEAVE, S
DOECKE, H H
LANGSFORD, P P
MAKINEN, A R (or A A) (NX 168321)
POLSEN, W G
WOLFF, A
KENNY, K L
CLARKE, E J
GLOVER, K G
KING, A G
MORGAN, H B
STEWART, J L
TUCKER, A F
WRIGHT, W J
REED, L R
BUBB, R
HORWOOD, W
MATICH, F J
PENHALL, F J
ROBERTS, R W
THOMAS, W A
THOMPSON, G H
GRUBB, M

65/21/36. Quinine. 1945

VIANT, E E
WATKINS, W E
DUFFIELD, L
SMITH, A P
ANDREWS, F A
SPRIGGS, R E
BUTLER, P C
HOSKIN, T R
HEAPY, R J
CAMPBELL, C D
CLARKE, E J
BOYLING, R W
JOHNSTONE, R L
SMITH, J M
KELLY, J L

65/21/37 Spirozoite inoculation experiment. 1945

QUERIPEL, H G
FLATAU, G
WOODS, S W
HEATHCOTE, G W
POULSEN, H L
GUERIN, M R
McCABE, P J
BENTLEY, T A
HILLIER, M J
VANCE, R R
ASHDOWN, W K
WALKER, C M
AUSTIN, R J
BALDWIN, H C
STEWART, R N
EADES, A E
SOMMERVILLE, H R
TREZISE, W S
BURNS, D J
PRINCE, R A
PROTOPOPOFF, S N
BAKER, N
LOHMEYER, D F
TALBOT, W R
GUTHRIE, R R
BLYTH, S G
FOWLER, R
WHITE, S M

65/21/38 Aitaipe – Wewak experiments. 1945-46

HOWARD, P J
JACKSON, T A
LONSDALE, E A R
MENCK, E A
PYLE, R A
ROBERTS, R
STEWART, L E
CAMPBELL, K G
COOMBE, D
FULLER, A D
HOGAN, F J
McQUEEN, J A
MOELLER, R D
POULSEN, H L
SHILLINGLAW, G R
STONE, S M
HITCHCOCK, R G
GIMM, E
O'DONNELL, R
PENNELL, J
WINTER, E D
GARA, T T
CLUNE, J H
CSINTALAN, F W
SHEPHERD, G
CRANE, G D
MILTON, W E G
GOBLE, R T
TAYLOR, E E
THOMPSON, L F
GREENLAND, J
POZZI, A
ANDERSON, M H
TURNBULL, G H
VANCE, R R
LENTON, D W
COPE, J G
MARSH, S J
SALOMON, E G
HARRISON, D G
KOPP, J F
PLUMRIDGE, R H
MARTIN, H C
POWELL, D
MOORE, R M
HOOKER, W A J
HUGHES, F J
O'SHAUGNESSY, K J G
MORGAN, B

65/21/39 Paludrine in Wewak malaria. Temperature charts 1945-46

McPHERSON, A A
COLACINO, A
REEVES, P E
ABRAMOWICZ, M
BOLTON, W H G
BEVILAQUA, M W
BUTLER, P C
KNOTHE, H W
PARKER-SMITH, H
SWINEY, N W
COLE, R
FLINT, L E
GREEN, W F
STONEHAM, E V
BRACE, N J
CARLISLE, F T
BUZACOTT, J
CHRISTIANSON, K T
QUINLAN, F J
REA, J R
COLE, R S
HIGHET, G F C
KESSELL, S E
STEWART, K R
TORPY, L P
THEODOROFSKI, A
ANDERSON, A K
DONOVAN, C J
CARSON, W C
DUNHAM, L J
HAMPTON, L K
YARROW, B R
LEWINS, A H
MANN, L S
WHITELEW, R W
WOOLCOCK, E A
ARBON, G F
TAYLOR, E
COOPER, E W
FOLEY, P K
EDELHOFER, F
JASPERSON, H W
BATCHELOR, A R
HALTON, M D
CROXTON, A
SUMMERS, S R
WIRTH, G A
ROBERTSON, G C
LUFF, L
STONHAM, N S
FRASER, P S
POSLUSZNY, K
CHISLETT, P J
MACKIE, D
WALKER, K G
SLATER, A C
RULE, A H
AUSTIN, R J
BALDWIN, H C
DOUGLAS, L C
McDIARMID, K W
PAVLETICH, G W
HALE, R C R
BUNTING, J A
MORRISON, A H
HILL, C G
SEARY, B
GOOCH, R H
BELLAMY, W S
NIENABER, M
STEPHENSON, W H

65/21/40 Resochin (SN 7618:'SN') 0.1gm daily – BT, 0.1gm daily – MT. Undated

ANDERSON, O K
ANNING, S L
COFFEY, P A
GOULD, L W
MAUGHON, V W
RIVERS, D W
SMITH, O T
COOTE, H N
BRANNIGAN, K M
JONES, A S
CAMERON, C F
HUTCHINS, J B
MOORE, E A
MORRIS, W W
NICHOLS, L E
SWAN, J C
WOOD, A A
GEORGE, M O
SMOJE, P
WESTON, H

65/21/41 13 graphs of malaria, scrub typhus, typhoid fever. Undated

UNBOXED (65/21/42 – 65/21/95)

65/21/42 Atebrin 0.1gm daily

VINCE, S C
DELBRIDGE, T A
BATCHELOR, A R (?)

65/21/43 Atebrin 0.1gm daily

ECW (Could be Walter)

65/21/44 Atebrin 0.1gm daily

TOUT, W H J

65/21/45 Atebrin 0.2gm daily

N P (Could be Peck)

65/21/46 Atebrin 0.6gm weekly

F R J C (Prob. Cole)
H S R (Prob. Rigby)

65/21/47 Atebrin 0.6 or 0.7gm weekly

REID, N F
COLE

65/21/48 Reactive atebrin experiments. Duplicates

REID, N F (test)
RIGBY (test)
BANKS (control)
WILLS (control)
COLE (test)

65/21/49 Atebrin 0.7gm weekly

BUNGARD, C C

65/21/50 Atebrin. Aitape-Wewak resistant strain

POLUSZNY, K
CROXTON, A
JACKSON, T A
HITCHCOCK, R G
GARA, T T
C G W (Westley ?)
D E K

65/21/51 Atebrin. Varying doses

T R O (Owens)
M E N (Norose ?)
H R B
H G M
A W M
J C
G A W (Wilson)
J P S (Stephenson)
W B
T L N W
F A C (Cowdroy ?)
R N S
T A D
A E E
C A
L C D
R C R H
A G H
B L R
H B M
J T
J D
E P
K T B (Barrett)
W D J
H T G
B A D
W S M
R S T B
S E G
C J H
C A W (Wills ?)
F J C (Carlisle ?)
A M

65/21/52 Atebrin (varying doses) and other drugs

FELDHAM, W R
COPE, J G
GIMM, E
WINTER, E D
HALTON, M D
MILTON, W E G
SHEPHERD, G
SALOMON, E G
REED, L R
THOMPSON, L F

65/21/53 AS I

BEDDOE, L J
DRAYTON, B
DELLER, R M

65/21/54 Controls

McDONALD, A
WARFORD, T L N
BOLTON, A R
MAVROMATIS, N A
MORRISON, A H
MORGAN, B
FARRELL, E
CASTANILLI, K

65/21/55 Control

GILMORE, C W

65/21/56 Control

BANKS

65/21/57 Control

GILMORE

65/21/58

STINSON, W
SCHEINER, F

65/21/59 M 4430

THOMAS, H A
PENHALL, F J
GRUBB, M C

65/21/60 Paludrine. Varying doses

JACK, E J
ANDREWS, F A
BUTLER, P C
GLANVILLE, A E
BEVERIDGE, S R
McQUILLAN, J A
DOWLING, B S

65/21/61 Paludrine 0.1gm daily

BRUNTON-SMITH, F
SEXTON, W S
LANGSFORD, P P

65/21/62 Paludrine 0.1gm daily

CLARKE, E J

65/21/63 Paludrine 0.1gm daily

TORPY, L P

65/21/64 Paludrine. Varying doses. Includes originals of Prof. Fairley's graphs

ADAMS, C K R
STEVENS, J W
HOEY, L G
ANDERSON, A K
CAMPBELL, C D
McPHERSON, A A
COLACINO, T
LYONS, E C G
SWINEY, N W

65/21/65 Paludrine, paludrine with plasmoquin, or controls

DOWLING, V A
FOLEY, P K
MANN, L S
LEWINS, A H
HAMPTON, L K
REEVES, P E
DUNHAM, L J
REA, J R
GREEN, W F

65/21/66 Plasmoquin 0.08gm daily

LYONS, E C G
GRIEGER, R M
MANNHEIM, M S

65/21/67 Plasmoquin 0.08gm daily

CALLAGHAN, M
INGAMELLS, F H
SPRATT, L W
FARRELL, E
GIDDY, F G
RECH, A (Quinine 5 grains daily)

65/21/68 Quinine 5 grains daily

WORBOYS, N R

65/21/69 Quinine 5 grains daily

GODSON, T P

65/21/70 Quinine 10 grains daily

KELLY

65/21/71 Quinine 10 or 20 grains daily

EARSMAN, T E
NIENABER, M
JOHNSTONE, R L
GOOCH, R H
BONES, W E
SMITH, J M

65/21/72 Quinine 30 grains daily

LEWIS, K G

65/21/73 Resochin 0.1gm daily

VIANT, E E

65/21/74 Resochin 0.1gm daily

WAKELEY, W H

65/21/75 Santochin 0.2gm daily

RIGBY (Atebrin control)
WILLS (Atebrin control)
CATES, R G

65/21/76 Santochin 0.1 gm daily

HAGAN, B I

65/21/77 Santochin 0.1gm daily

STONE, W G
DRISCOLL, G

65/21/78 Sulphamerazine, AS I

TAYLOR, A
DELLER, R M
COOK, L C
DRAYTON, B
CHASELING, J A

65/21/79 Sulphonamides

C M S (Stacey?)
J R L (Lowry ?)
D R McL (McLean?)
R M D (Deller?)
H V H
A T
K F M (Mott)
L T H (Henderson)

65/21/80 Ground plan of L.H.Q. Medical Research Unit (A.I.F.) Cairns

65/21/81 Leucocyte changes in primary vivax malaria (1 graph) and primary falciparum malaria (1 graph)

65/21/82 Sulphamerazine, sulphamezathine, sulphadiazine levels in whole blood

65/21/83 Chemical structures of pamaquine, isopentaquine and primaquine

65/21/84 Diagrams of slides: treatment of worm infection (3 sheets)

65/21/85 Malaria: 3 graphs of incidence

65/21/86 Haematological response following combined oral liver extract & iron therapy (1 graph, 1 photo of graph)

65/21/87 Haematological response following liver extract or iron therapy (3 graphs)

65/21/88 Haematological response in a case of blackwater fever (2 graphs)

65/21/89 Recurrent blackwater fever (2 graphs)

65/21/90 Complement fixation reaction in schistosomiasis following treatment

65/21/91 Complement fixation reaction in schistosomiasis following treatment (4 cases on 1 page)

65/21/92 Tropical sprue. Glucose curve before treatment

65/21/93 Tropical sprue. Sub-maximal haematological response to B.12 injections; maximal response to proteolysed liver extract orally

65/21/94 Tropical sprue. Haematological response to campolin injections (high protein diet)

65/21/95 Tropical sprue (3 graphs. Blood sugar curves in sprue; the effects of liver extract and high protein diet on the blood in sprue; case of sprue treated with high protein diet and liver extract) BOXES 11 & 12

Series 22 Reprints Miscellaneous reprints, several by NHF – variety of subject matters

BOX 13 Series 23 Books – N H Fairley

65/23/1 Collected papers (bound)

65/23/2 Collected papers (bound) volumes I & II

65/23/3 Studies in Guinea Worm disease

65/23/4 Studies in Schistosoma spindale

65/23/5 Collected papers on sprue

65/23/6 Symposium on Snake Bite 1929 – 3 copies

65/23/7 DSc Thesis. Studies in the Bilharzial diseases of man and other mammals 1916-26. 8 volumes

65/23/8'Articles on Tropical Medicine by Sir Neil Hamilton Fairley'. Reading Pathological Society, 1978

BOX 14 Series 24 Miscellaneous medical papers 3 folders

Series 25 Sprue

2 folders of reprints and some handwritten notes

Series 26 Chronological correspondence files

65/26/1 1897-1915.

Contents include first school report, July 1897; high jump photograph and newspaper clippings, 1909; matriculation certificate, Melbourne University, 1909; photograph of fifth year medicine, 1909; two letters from James Fairburn Fairley, 7 February 1914 and April 1914; Final honours list, 1915; medical registration certificate 4 May 1915; letter from James Fairburn Fairley, 5 October 1915; text of war diary of James Fairburn Fairley

65/26/2 1916-1918.

Contents include McMeekin correspondence, 1916; testimonials from H B Allen and G T Howard; war diary monthly reports; 11 port-mortem reports; letter from'Alf' Derham

65/26/3 1919

Note: This file contained an account of the first marriage of NHF. It has been retained by James Hamilton Fairley and will eventually be sent to the Basser Library.

65/26/4 1920-1921

Contents include application for post of Tata Chair of Clinical Medicine; testimonials from Sir Henry Maudsley, Sir Harry Allen and Dr Philip Manson- Bahr.

Note: This file contained James Fairley's copy of'Detective's letter'; Margaret Louisa Fairley's account of NHF's first marriage; James Fairley's account of NHF's first marriage. They have been retained by James Hamilton Fairley and will eventually be sent to the Basser Library.

65/26/5 1922-1923

Contents include'Ferdy' Kreis drawings.

Note: This file contained letter from NHF to his parents, 3 June 1922; letter to Keith Fairley about Violet May Fairley's trip to Queensland. They have been retained by James Hamilton Fairley and will eventually be sent to the Basser Library.

65/26/6 1928

Contents include papers relating to his application to post of assistant physician at Hospital for Tropical Diseases London; summary of career; testimonials from Lt. Col. F P Mackie, Sir Walter Fletcher, Prof. E. Starling, Dr C H Kellaway, Sir Henry Maudsley, Charles Martin, Philip Manson-Bahr, Lt. Col. Glen Liston; essay on tropical diseases.

65/26/7 1929, 1931

Contents include newspaper clippings of 1929 court presentation.

65/26/8 1932

Contents include summary of career to 1932.

65/26/9 1933

Contents include letters from NHF's mother.

65/26/10 1934

Contents include photographs from Salonika, letters from NHF's mother.

65/26/11 1935-1936

Contents include letters from NHF's mother and other relatives.

65/26/12 1937

Contents include publications list to 1937; letters from NHF's mother; Sir John Stavridi's celebration menu.

BOX 15

65/26/13 1938

65/26/14 1940

Contents include letters written by Mary, Gordon and Jim Hamilton Fairley on the SS Rimutaka on their way to New Zealand; letters from Charles Wenyon; Tom and John Spies offer of war-time refuge in USA.

65/26/15 1941

Contents include mention in despatches; election to Royal Society; letters relating to Wavell incident.

65/26/16 1942

Contents include CBE; mention in despatches;'introduction' signed by John Curtin; embarkation order signed by General Blamey.

65/26/17 1943

Contents include letter from Sir Alan Newton; secret letter to John Curtin regarding investigation into malaria (not written by NHF); directive regarding NHF receiving air priority for travel to North Queensland and Papua; letters relating to directorship of Wellcome Tropical Health Laboratory; letter from Dr Donald Balfour, Mayo Clinic.

65/26/18 1944

Contents include statement of service 1940-1945; the Earl Page affair; the Murdoch incident; movement instruction to USA and UK, August 1944; Introduction by John Curtin.

65/26/19 1945

Contents include memorandum to Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; minutes of meeting of Tropical Diseases Sub-Committee of the Royal Society;'Elevated Order of Longest Hop' (Qantas); Mountbatten correspondence; statement of war service (2 copies); Bancroft Memorial Lecture; letters from Brigadier Sinton, VC.

65/26/20 1946

65/26/21 1947-1948

65/26/22 1949-1950

Contents include letters from Sir Gordon Covell, General C E M Lloyd, Lord Casey, Dr Douglas Fairley from St. Helena; Mary Kingsley Medal orations; 'Malaria in war' (rough draft of after-dinner speech).

Note: This file contained a letter referred to as the'Hamilton' Fairley letter. It has been retained by James Hamilton Fairley in a file of his mother's letters.

65/26/23 1950

Letters of congratulation on KBE.

65/26/24 1951

Contents include letter from Lord Addison thanking NHF for his service on the Medical Research Council.

65/26/25 1952

BOX 16

65/26/26 1953

65/26/27 1954

Correspondents include Earle Page, Bill Noad, Bill Johnston, General Burston, Clive Steele, Lord Casey, Dr Collin Ross, Bill Keogh, Major-General F. Norris, Hubert Wiseman, Dr Ian Wood, Sir Thomas White, Dr Walter MacCallum.

65/26/28 1955

65/26/29 1956

Contents include material relating to Hon. DSc, University of Sydney; paper entitled'Wellcome Chair of Clinical Tropical Medicine'.

65/26/30 1957-1959

Contents include letters from Dr Hume Turnbull, Dr Alf Derham, Professor Rod Andrew, General Burston, Dr John Forbes, Dr Walter MacCallum; letters of congratulations on Buchanan Medal from Sir Robert Robinson, Cecil Fleming, Professor Shortt, John McMichael, Sir Macfarlane Burnet, Rock Carling, Professor B MacGrath, Lord Casey, Henry Tidy, Lord Adrian, Gordon Gordon Taylor.

65/26/31 1960-1966 (2 files)

Contents include letters from Lord Casey, Professor Rod Andrew, Sir Roy Cameron, Sir William Johnston, Sir Philip Manson-Bahr, Dr Ivan Maxwell, Professor MacDonald, Harold Himsworth, Sir Robert Menzies; invitation to Buckingham Palace garden party, 14 July 1960.

65/26/32 Obituary notices and condolence letters 1966. Includes telegram from Sir Robert Menzies.

BOX 17

65/26/33 Condolence letters to Lady Hamilton Fairley 1966 (2 files)

Series 27 Subject correspondence files

65/27/1 Photographs 1833?-1971

Contents include photographs of NHF alone and in groups; photographs of friends of NHF; Fairley family photographs.

65/27/2 Papers relating to NHF's medical history 1900?-1966

65/27/3 Legal proceedings over Tata Chair of Clinical Medicine 1922

65/27/4 War Office papers 1948-1957

Contents include'Exercise Bamboo' (1948);'War in Burma' (1948); report and recommendations for the use of antimalarial drugs by the army in Malaya (1952).

65/27/5 Correspondence with Sir Edward Ford 1951-1959 and obituary of Ford by K F Russell sent to Lady Fairley in 1987.

BOX 18

65/27/6 Photocopy of death certificate; funeral service; obituaries in Medical Journal of Australia (by Sir Edward Ford), Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society (by Sir John Boyd) and British Medical Journal (by W R M D).

65/27/7 Hamilton Fairley Medallion – correspondence with Lady Hamilton Fairley 1966-1991

65/27/8 Cairns Memorial – photographs, correspondence and newspaper clippings 1971-1996

65/27/9 NHF entries in Dictionary of national biography (1978, by John Boyd) and Australian Dictionary of biography (1992, by Frank Fenner)

65/27/10 Personal appreciation of NHF by C J Hackett 1983

65/27/11 Biography of NHF by R R Andrews for the College Roll of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians 1986

Series 28 Books of newspaper clippings about NHF, his extended family, his colleagues, malaria and science in general

65/28/1 1908-1954

65/28/2 1929, 1943-1966. Mainly concerned with malaria and death of NHF.

BOX 19

65/28/3 1935-1989

65/28/4 1940-1946. Mainly concerned with World War 2, including malaria work.

65/28/5 1950-1988

BOX 20 Series 29 Diaries

65/29/1 1925

65/29/2 1926

65/29/3 1940

65/29/4 1941

65/29/5 Notebook with diary entries for the period 24 June to 30 July 1941

65/29/6 1942

65/29/7 Bayer Medical Diary, 4th quarter 1942

BOX 21

65/29/8 1943

65/29/9 Australian Military Forces notebook, with diary entries for 23 June to 4 August 1943

65/29/10 1944

65/29/11 Incomplete Bayer Medical Diary and Therapeutic Index for 1944, with Bayer Pharma Doctor's Yearbook July-December 1944 inserted.

65/29/12 1945

65/29/13 Bayer Pharma Doctor's Yearbook June-December 1945

65/29/14 1946

65/29/15 Bayer Pharma Doctor's Yearbook July-December 1946

65/29/16 1947

65/29/17 1948

65/29/18 Bayer Pharma Doctor's Yearbook July-December 1948

BOX 22

65/29/19 1949

65/29/20 1949

65/29/21 1950

65/29/22 1950

65/29/23 1951

65/29/24 1952

65/29/25 1952

65/29/26 1953

BOX 23

65/29/27 1954

65/29/28 1955

65/29/29 1955

65/29/30 1956

65/29/31 1957

65/29/32 1958

65/29/33 1959

65/29/34 1960

BOX 24

65/29/35 1961

65/29/36 1962

65/29/37 1963

Series 30 Miscellaneous personal material

65/30/1 Address book 1920? – 1940?

65/30/2 Address book 1940? – 1963?

65/30/3 The Children's Hospital Melbourne. Pharmacopoeia 1920

65/30/4 Melbourne Hospital. Pharmacopoeia 1928

65/30/5 Wartime documents 1940-1946.

Contents include identity certificate, membership card for Societeit 'Concordia', soldier's record of service book.

65/30/6 NHF's passport 1942-1947

65/30/7 NHF's passport 1948-1958

BOX 25

65/30/8 NHF's passport 1959-1964

65/30/9 Mary Fairley's passport 1937-1947

65/30/10 Mary Fairley's passport 1948-1953

65/30/11 Mary Fairley's passport 1954-1964

65/30/12 Notebook containing poems, proverbs, jokes, statistics, aphorisms, written in a variety of hands. 1921-1936

Series 31 Oversize material

65/31/1 Photograph of Royal Society award winners for 1957

65/31/2 The Times, 21 April 1966, containing death notice and obituary for NHF

65/31/3 Fairley family tree, signed and dated 25 September 1972 by James Hamilton Fairley

Series 32 Material received from A W Sweeney

65/32/1 Drug estimation of absorption etc. Mainly reoneoed reports, 1942-45

65/32/2 Notebook containing blood film results on many of the volunteers 24 December 1942 – 1 February 1943

65/32/3 Notebook containing the names of many of the volunteers

65/32/4 Notebook containing clinical notes on many of the volunteers

65/32/5 Armored Medical Research Laboratory, Fort Knox, Kentucky. Report on investigation of the effects of activity and environment on atebrin therapy, 23 December 1943

65/32/6 Diary of R R Andrew, Malaria Experimental Group, 5 Australian Camp Hospital, 1 July 1943 – 26 February 1944

BOX 26

65/32/7 Small album of photographs from MRU Cairns 1944

65/32/8'Comparative effects of quinine and atebrin in the treatment of malignant tertian malaria under field conditions', by Bruce Hall, May – June 1944. Roneoed report

65/32/9 Atebrin. Laboratory results

65/32/10 Malaria. Roneoed reports, some undated, the remainder dated 1944

65/32/11 Malaria experiment. Mainly typed reports on experiments 1944-45

65/32/12 Controls. Plasmodium falciparium 1944-45

65/32/13 MRU relapses 1944-47

BOX 27

65/32/14 Gametocyte carriers 1944, listed in notebook divided into alphabetical sections

65/32/15 Recipients and gametocyte carriers January 1945, listed in notebook divided into alphabetical sections

65/32/16 Recipients June – October 1945, listed in notebook divided into alphabetical sections

65/32/17 File with laboratory results, similar to a laboratory notebook. One graph dated February 1946, but mostly undated

65/32/18 Notebook recording quinine and atebrin levels 12 February – 9 March 1946

65/32/19 Memorial to NHF at Cairns. Correspondence to and from Ruthven Blackburn and newspaper clippings November 1966 – October 1972

65/32/20 Recollections of time at MRU Cairns by M S A Swan. 2 audio cassette tapes, recorded ca 1992

65/32/21 Blackburn, C R B.'Chemoprophylaxis of malaria. An exercise in problem solving'. McMaster University Medical Centre, Grand Rounds, 24 February 1977

65/32/22   Veritas; the official organ of the LHQ Medical Research Unit, vol. 1, no. 1, Christmas 1944. Donated by Greg McNamara (son of Jack McNamara)

65/32/23   LHQ Medical Research Unit Cairns and Milne Bay. John William McNamara VX 40337. Donated by Greg McNamara (son of Jack McNamara)

65/32/24   Royal Society biographical memoir of John Boyd. Fairley is mentioned on p.40. Castellani is also mentioned on p.40 and there is a copy of his entry in Who’s Who 1933

65/32/25   Photos from LHQ Medical Research Unit Cairns. Donated by Rosemary Adams (nee Gore)

 

INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES IN SERIES 9, 10 AND 21

A, C 65/21/51
AANNELLI, C 65/21/22
AANNELLI, C 65/21/33
AANNELLI, C 65/21/4
ABELL, I H 65/21/32
ABELL, I H 65/21/6
ABRAMOWICZ, M 65/21/2
ABRAMOWICZ, M 65/21/39
ADAMS, C K 65/21/4
ADAMS, C K R 65/21/35
ADAMS, C K R 65/21/64
ADAMSON, C 65/21/29
ADAMSON, C H N 65/21/3
AGNEW, C W 65/21/7
AHEARN, C W 65/21/11
AIRD (No initials) (Z 268429) 65/21/11
ALLAN, M W 65/21/30
ALLEN, F 65/21/11
ALLEN, M W 65/21/25
ALLEN, M W 65/21/6
ALLEY, F 65/21/7
ALLUM, J F 65/21/14
ALLUM, J F 65/21/5
ALLWRIGHT, T N 65/21/14
ALLWRIGHT, T N 65/21/5
ALTMANN, E C 65/21/7
AMBROSE, R E 65/21/7
ANDERSON, A K 65/21/2
ANDERSON, A K 65/21/39
ANDERSON, A K 65/21/64
ANDERSON, E A 65/21/7
ANDERSON, H McL 65/21/31
ANDERSON, L 65/21/7
ANDERSON, M H 65/21/27
ANDERSON, M H 65/21/38
ANDERSON, O K 65/21/40
ANDERSON, O K 65/21/6
ANDREWS, F A 65/21/2
ANDREWS, F A 65/21/36
ANDREWS, F A 65/21/60
ANDRISKE, G B 65/21/14
ANDRISKE, G B 65/21/5
ANDRISKE, G R 65/21/7
ANNING, S L 65/21/40
ANNING, S L 65/21/6
ANSTISS, H G 65/9/25
APPLEBY, F 65/21/11
ARBON, G F 65/21/2
ARBON, G F 65/21/39
ARMISTEAD, P E 65/21/16
ARMSTRONG, A K 65/21/27
ARMSTRONG, E G W 65/21/28
ARMSTRONG, E G W 65/9/29
ARMSTRONG, G H 65/21/15
ARMSTRONG, G H 65/21/16
ARNOLD, H G 65/21/7
ARNOLD, R W 65/21/26
ARNOTT, M R 65/21/7
ASHDOWN, W K 65/21/20
ASHDOWN, W K 65/21/37
ASHDOWN, W K 65/21/4
ASHLEY, L J 65/21/7
ASHTON, C H 65/10/3
ASHTON, C H 65/21/17
ASHTON, C H 65/21/22
ASHTON, C H 65/21/23
ASHTON, M S 65/9/25
ASKEW, W P 65/21/10
ASTALL, J C 65/21/20
ASTALL, J C 65/21/31
AUSTIN, R J 65/21/25
AUSTIN, R J 65/21/37
AUSTIN, R J 65/21/39
AUSTIN, R J 65/21/4
AVERY, J T 65/21/7
AVERY, W G 65/21/28
AVERY, W G 65/9/29
AYRES, L 65/21/7
B, H R 65/21/51
B, K T (Barrett) 65/21/51
B, R S T 65/21/51
B, W 65/21/51 65/21/51
BAILEY, J H 65/21/7
BAIN, A E 65/21/25
BAIN, A E 65/21/31
BAKER, H A 65/21/27
BAKER, N 65/21/37
BAKER, N 65/21/4
BALDWIN, H C 65/21/25
BALDWIN, H C 65/21/37
BALDWIN, H C 65/21/39
BALLARD, A E 65/9/25
BAMPFIELD, J G 65/21/14
BAMPFIELD, J G 65/21/21
BAMPFIELD, J G 65/21/5
BANKS 65/21/56
BANKS (control) 65/21/48
BANKS, H P 65/21/4
BANKS, H R 65/21/12
BANKS, H R 65/21/15
BARDON, R 65/21/32
BARDON, R 65/21/6
BARKER, C L 65/21/16
BARNES, D H 65/21/10
BARNES, D H 65/21/7
BARNETT, K T 65/21/16
BARSBY, A E 65/21/15
BARSBY, A E 65/21/16
BARTSCH, W 65/21/15
BARTSCH, W 65/21/16
BARWOOD, L A 65/21/14
BARWOOD, L A 65/21/5
BASHFORD, A S 65/21/14
BASHFORD, A S 65/21/21
BASHFORD, A S 65/21/5
BASSULA, W R 65/9/25
BATCHELOR, A R 65/21/39
BATCHELOR, A R (?) 65/21/42
BATTEN, F C 65/21/20
BAULCH, E 65/21/1
BAULCH, E F 65/21/24
BAXTER, P 65/21/28
BAXTER, P 65/9/29
BEACHAM, R S G 65/21/27
BEATON, A J 65/21/19
BEATTIE, E 65/21/1
BEATTIE, R C 65/21/24
BECKETT, C 65/10/3
BECKETT, C 65/21/12
BECKETT, C 65/21/7
BEDDOE, L J 65/21/18
BEDDOE, L J 65/21/21
BEDDOE, L J 65/21/53
BEGGS, W C 65/21/16
BEGLEY, L A 65/9/25
BELL, A G 65/10/4
BELL, A G 65/21/27
BELL, W G 65/21/7
BELLAMY, W S 65/21/39
BENGTSSON, C H 65/21/27
BENGTSSON, C H 65/21/28
BENGTSSON, C H 65/9/29
BENNETTO, I M 65/21/31
BENSON, A 65/21/7
BENTLEY, T A 65/21/31
BENTLEY, T A 65/21/37
BERGER, N B 65/21/14
BERGER, N B 65/21/5
BERGER, S C 65/10/4
BERGER, S C 65/21/21
BERGER, S C 65/21/25
BERGER, S C 65/21/31
BERTRAND, J W 65/21/13
BERTRAND, J W 65/21/7
BEUTEL (No initials) (Q 106674) 65/21/19
BEVERIDGE, S R 65/21/35
BEVERIDGE, S R 65/21/60
BEVILAQUA, M W 65/21/39
BEVILAQUE, M W 65/21/2
BEYER, F E 65/21/7
BIDDLE, W E 65/21/7
BIRD, L 65/21/12
BIRD, L 65/21/14
BIRKETT, C 65/21/7
BLACKBURNE, O 65/21/7
BLACKSTOCK, A R 65/21/7
BLAIN, J A 65/21/7
BLAIN, J F 65/21/9
BLAIR, W 65/21/7
BLANCH, S P 65/21/3
BLANCH, S R 65/21/29
BLAND, A 65/21/7
BLYTH, S G 65/21/31
BLYTH, S G 65/21/37
BLYTH, S G 65/21/4
BOARDMAN, E W 65/21/14
BOARDMAN, E W 65/21/5
BODEY, G R 65/21/14
BODEY, G R 65/21/5
BOEHM, F A 65/10/3
BOEHM, F A 65/21/12
BOLTON, A R 65/21/33
BOLTON, A R 65/21/4
BOLTON, A R 65/21/54
BOLTON, W H G 65/21/2
BOLTON, W H G 65/21/39
BONES, W E 65/21/29
BONES, W E 65/21/3
BONES, W E 65/21/71
BONNER, K J 65/21/7
BONNETT, C 65/21/14
BONNETT, C 65/21/5
BOOTH, J F A 65/21/19
BOOTH, J F A 65/21/7
BOW, C W 65/21/7
BOWERS, W R (or W A) (QX 11786) 65/21/7
BOXALL, E W 65/21/35
BOYCE, R C 65/9/25
BOYLING, R W 65/21/17
BOYLING, R W 65/21/17
BOYLING, R W 65/21/3
BOYLING, R W 65/21/36
BRACE, N J 65/21/2
BRACE, N J 65/21/39
BRAIN, N 65/21/31
BRAMLEY, C W 65/9/25
BRANNIGAN, K M 65/21/33
BRANNIGAN, K M 65/21/40
BRANNIGAN, W M 65/21/6
BRENNAN, G C 65/21/7
BRENNAN, M J 65/21/10
BRIDSON, F M 65/21/7
BRIGGS, T 65/21/7
BRINDLEY, F K 65/21/20
BROHMAN, W D 65/10/3
BROHMAN, W D 65/21/12
BROWN, H W 65/21/1
BROWN, H W 65/21/24
BROWN, W C 65/21/14
BROWN, W C 65/21/5
BROWN, W C 65/21/7
BROWN, W D 65/21/7
BROWNE, K C 65/21/28
BROWNE, K C 65/9/29
BROWNE, S R 65/21/7
BRUNTON-SMITH, F 65/21/35
BRUNTON-SMITH, F 65/21/61
BRYANT, K C 65/21/20
BUBB, R 65/21/2
BUBB, R 65/21/35
BUCHANAN, N A 65/21/13
BUDD, R S T 65/21/16
BUNGARD, C C 65/10/3
BUNGARD, C C 65/21/17
BUNGARD, C C 65/21/23
BUNGARD, C C 65/21/49
BUNTING, J A 65/21/25
BUNTING, J A 65/21/30
BUNTING, J A 65/21/39
BURGESS, R G 65/10/4
BURGESS, R G 65/21/20
BURGESS, R G 65/21/21
BURKE, G W 65/21/20
BURNS, D J 65/21/37
BURNS, G R 65/21/13
BURNS, G R 65/21/9
BUTLER, P C 65/21/2
BUTLER, P C 65/21/36
BUTLER, P C 65/21/39
BUTLER, P C 65/21/60
BUTLER, R J 65/21/34
BUTLER, R J 65/9/27
BUZACOTT, J 65/21/39
BUZZACOTT, J 65/21/2
BYRNE, L 65/21/12
BYRNE, L 65/21/14
BYRNE, L 65/9/27
BYRNE, S T 65/21/7
BYRNE, W E 65/21/35
C, F A (Cowdroy ?) 65/21/51
C, F J (Carlisle ?) 65/21/51
C, F R J (Prob. Cole) 65/21/46
C, J 65/21/51
CAHILL, J 65/21/7
CALLAGHAN, J F 65/10/4
CALLAGHAN, J F 65/21/27
CALLAGHAN, J F 65/21/31
CALLAGHAN, M 65/21/28
CALLAGHAN, M 65/21/67
CALLAGHAN, M 65/9/29
CAMBRIDGE (No initials) (NX 9305) 65/21/7
CAMERON, C F 65/21/40
CAMERON, C F 65/21/6
CAMPBELL, C 65/21/29
CAMPBELL, C 65/21/3
CAMPBELL, C D 65/21/2
CAMPBELL, C D 65/21/36
CAMPBELL, C D 65/21/64
CAMPBELL, K G 65/21/31
CAMPBELL, K G 65/21/38
CAMPBELL, R F 65/21/10
CANHAM, D E 65/10/3
CANHAM, D E 65/21/12
CANNINGS, L 65/21/7
CAPARARO, K 65/21/7
CAREY, J 65/21/13
CARLISLE, F T 65/21/2
CARLISLE, F T 65/21/39
CARRA, P V 65/21/25
CARRA, P V 65/21/32
CARRA, P V 65/21/6
CARROL, C A 65/21/16
CARROLL, V L 65/9/25
CARSON, W C 65/21/2
CARSON, W C 65/21/39
CARTER, H 65/21/7
CARTER, S C 65/21/7
CASEY, J V 65/21/7
CASSERLEY, F N 65/21/32
CASSERLY, F N 65/21/25
CASSERLY, F N 65/21/6
CASTANELLI, K 65/21/31
CASTANILLI, K 65/21/54
CATES, R G 65/21/25
CATES, R G 65/21/32
CATES, R G 65/21/6
CATES, R G 65/21/75
CAVANAGH, J H 65/9/25
CAVANAGH, S G 65/9/25
CAWTHORNE, A 65/21/7
CHADWICK, G 65/21/7
CHALKER, C C 65/10/3
CHALKER, C C 65/21/12
CHAPMAN, A 65/21/7
CHARDON, R F 65/21/7
CHARTERIS, A F 65/21/32
CHARTERIS, A F 65/21/6
CHASE, L B H 65/21/27
CHASELING, J A 65/21/19
CHASELING, J A 65/21/20
CHASELING, J A 65/21/78
CHEFFIRS, J E 65/21/33
CHEFFIRS, J E 65/9/27
CHISLETT, P J 65/21/39
CHITTLEBOROUGH, A R 65/21/34
CHRISTENSEN, J 65/10/3
CHRISTENSEN, J 65/21/22
CHRISTENSEN, J 65/21/23
CHRISTIAN, J R 65/21/7
CHRISTIANSON, K T 65/21/2
CHRISTIANSON, K T 65/21/39
CLARK, E J 65/21/2
CLARK, J 65/21/2
CLARK, J 65/21/20
CLARK, L R 65/21/31
CLARKE, E G 65/21/15
CLARKE, E G 65/21/17
CLARKE, E G 65/21/19
CLARKE, E J 65/21/35
CLARKE, E J 65/21/36
CLARKE, E J 65/21/62
CLARKE, J T 65/21/16
CLARKE, J T 65/21/18
CLARKE, V T 65/21/29
CLARKE, V T 65/21/3
CLEMEMS, F 65/21/31
CLEWER, W E J 65/21/7
CLOHESY (No initials) (VX 34358) 65/21/26
CLUNE, J H 65/10/4
CLUNE, J H 65/21/21
CLUNE, J H 65/21/38
COFFEY, P A 65/21/40
COFFEY, P A 65/21/6
COLACINO, A 65/21/2
COLACINO, A 65/21/39
COLACINO, T 65/21/64
COLE 65/21/47
COLE (test) 65/21/48
COLE, F R 65/21/12
COLE, F R J 65/10/3
COLE, F R J 65/21/15
COLE, R 65/21/2
COLE, R 65/21/39
COLE, R S 65/21/2
COLE, R S 65/21/39
COLEMAN, J W 65/21/10
COLEMAN, K C 65/21/30
COLLETT, A W 65/21/14
COLLETT, A W 65/21/5
COLLIER, L J 65/21/35
COLLINS, A 65/21/7
COLLIS, E W 65/21/7
COMPASATO (or CAMPESATO), G 65/21/11
CONNELL, M E 65/21/7
CONNINGHAM, R M 65/21/7
CONNOLLY, R E 65/21/10
CONNOLLY, R E 65/21/7
CONSIDENE (or CONSIDINE), D J 65/21/11
COOK, H C 65/10/4
COOK, H C 65/21/27
COOK, H C 65/21/7
COOK, L C 65/21/14
COOK, L C 65/21/20
COOK, L C 65/21/5
COOK, L C 65/21/78
COOKE, K G 65/21/9
COOMBE, D 65/21/38
COOMBS, R R 65/21/31
COOPER, E W 65/21/2
COOPER, E W 65/21/39
COOPER, W 65/21/29
COOPER, W 65/21/3
COOTE, C J 65/21/7
COOTE, H M 65/21/6
COOTE, H N 65/21/40
COPE, J G 65/21/38
COPE, J G 65/21/52
COPPING, O J W 65/9/27
COPPING, V 65/21/35
CORBETT, J W 65/21/19
CORK, M 65/21/16
CORNISH, L C 65/21/31
CORNISH, L C (Feb-March 1945) 65/21/27
CORNISH, L C (May-July 1945) 65/21/27
COWAN, J A 65/10/3
COWDROY, F A 65/21/15
COWDROY, F A 65/21/16
COWDROY, F A 65/21/17
COWIE, A B 65/21/7
COX, G H 65/21/29
COX, G H 65/21/3
COY, F T 65/10/3
COY, F T 65/21/12
COY, F T 65/21/7
CRAIG, C R 65/21/31
CRAMP, E M 65/21/7
CRANE, G D 65/21/38
CRANE, N R 65/21/20
CRANSTONN, F H 65/21/7
CRAWFORD, A N 65/21/31
CRESWICK, C R 65/9/25
CROCKFORD, H E 65/21/13
CROCKFORD, H E 65/21/9
CROFT, R K 65/21/26
CROMBIE, J J 65/21/32
CROMBIE, J J 65/21/6
CROSS, J L 65/10/4
CROSS, J L 65/21/15
CROSS, J L 65/21/27
CROSS, J L 65/21/7
CROSS, J R 65/21/7
CROXTON, A 65/21/39
CROXTON, A 65/21/50
CROZIER, E P 65/21/9
CSINTALAN, F W 65/21/31
CSINTALAN, F W 65/21/38
CULLEN, D 65/21/16
CUMMING, K 65/21/26
CUMMINGS, A F 65/21/31
CUMMINGS, C W 65/21/16
CUNNINGHAM, R M 65/21/7
CUNNINGHAM, W N 65/21/31
CURRAN, K 65/10/3
CURRAN, K 65/21/12
CURRAN, K 65/21/7
CURTIS, L H 65/21/27
D, B A 65/21/51
D, J 65/21/51
D, L C 65/21/51
D, R M (Deller?) 65/21/79
D, T A 65/21/51
DADSON, H G 65/21/10
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DAVIS, G 65/21/7
DAVIS, J W 65/21/27
DAVIS, N L 65/21/7
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DAY, H 65/21/4
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DEED, D 65/21/7
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DELLER, R M 65/21/14
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DELLER, R M 65/21/20
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DELLER, R M 65/21/53
DELLER, R M 65/21/7
DELLER, R M 65/21/78
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DERWIN, C L 65/9/25
DIXON, A 65/21/7
DOCKING, B A 65/21/16
DOECKE, H H 65/21/35
DOELAH (No initials) (13914) 65/21/7
DOLAN, J J 65/21/14
DOLAN, J J 65/21/5
DOLPHIN, S 65/21/1
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DOORNBUSH, J 65/9/27
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DRAYTON, B 65/21/53
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DRUCKER, H 65/21/28
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DUDDELL, C S 65/21/5
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DUNHAM, L J 65/21/2
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DYER, W H 65/21/13
E, A E 65/21/51
EADES, A E 65/21/25
EADES, A E 65/21/37
EARL, J H 65/21/7
EARSMAN, T E 65/21/29
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EDELHOFER, F 65/21/39
EDELHOFFER, F 65/21/2
EDWARDS, C H 65/21/31
EDWARDS, C J 65/21/19
EDWARDS, C J 65/21/7
EDWARDS, C V 65/21/17
EGAN, K H 65/10/3
EGAN, K H 65/21/22
EGAN, K H 65/21/23
EGAN, R 65/21/13
EGGINS (No initials) (NX 130226) 65/21/7
EICHENGRUEN, E 65/21/30
ELLIS, J C 65/21/31
ELLIS, J F 65/10/3
ELLIS, J F 65/21/22
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ELLIS, N E 65/21/27
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ERCOLE, Q N 65/21/7
FALLA, J S 65/21/11
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FALVEY, N E 65/21/3
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FARNELL, E 65/21/31
FARNELL, E 65/9/29
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FARRELL, E 65/21/67
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FARRELLY, B 65/21/7
FAUCETT, H C 65/21/7
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FERGUSON, S J 65/21/7
FIELD, E M 65/21/24
FIELD, E N 65/21/1
FINLAY, L W 65/21/7
FISH, R W 65/21/33
FISH, R W 65/21/4
FLATAU, G 65/21/37
FLEAY, J V 65/9/25
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FLETCHER, D L 65/21/27
FLINT, L E 65/21/2
FLINT, L E 65/21/39
FLOHR, H 65/21/16
FLOWERS, G 65/21/13
FLOWERS, G 65/21/9
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FLYNN. T H 65/21/31
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FOLEY, P K 65/21/2
FOLEY, P K 65/21/39
FOLEY, P K 65/21/65
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FORBES, A J 65/21/5
FORBES, E J 65/21/9
FORD, C 65/10/3
FORD, S 65/21/22
FORD, S 65/21/23
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FORREST, H M 65/21/3
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FOXLEE, E T H 65/21/11
FRANCIS, D H M 65/21/7
FRANKS, R 65/21/25
FRANKS, R 65/21/32
FRANKS, R 65/21/6
FRASER, P S 65/21/39
FRAWLEY, T S 65/21/7
FREEGUARD, J F 65/21/7
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FREEMAN, E 65/21/15
FREEMAN, E 65/21/27
FREEMAN, E 65/21/7
FRENCH, A D 65/21/17
FRENCH, A D 65/21/32
FRENCH, A D 65/21/6
FRIEND, D S L 65/21/10
FRIEND, P J C 65/21/7
FROST, S 65/9/25
FUGE, B 65/21/25
FUGE, B 65/21/32
FUGE, B 65/21/6
FULLER, A D 65/21/38
FULLERTON, G K 65/21/27
FULLERTON, G K 65/21/31
FURNER, F J 65/10/3
FURNER, F J 65/21/12
FURSE, C M 65/21/14
FURSE, C M 65/21/5
G, H T 65/21/51
G, S E 65/21/51
GALE, R W 65/21/14
GALE, R W 65/21/5
GALE, R W 65/21/7
GANN, P J 65/10/4
GANN, P J 65/21/27
GANNON, T M 65/21/27
GANNON, T M 65/21/31
GARA, T T 65/21/38
GARA, T T 65/21/50
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GARDINER, J J 65/21/7
GARDNER, K 65/21/9
GASON, E W 65/21/9
GEDDES, H L 65/21/13
GEE, W F 65/21/7
GEMMELL (No initials) (VX 25095) 65/21/7
GEORGE, M L 65/21/18
GEORGE, M L 65/21/19
GEORGE, M L 65/21/6
GEORGE, M O 65/21/40
GEORGE, S T 65/21/19
GIBSON, A R 65/21/11
GIBSON, T R 65/21/14
GIBSON, T R 65/21/5
GIDDY, F G 65/21/28
GIDDY, F G 65/21/30
GIDDY, F G 65/21/67
GIDDY, F G 65/9/29
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GILL, G D 65/21/30
GILL, G D 65/9/29
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GILMORE 65/21/57
GILMORE, C W 65/21/33
GILMORE, C W 65/21/55
GILMORE, C W 65/9/27
GIMM, E 65/21/38
GIMM, E 65/21/52
GIRLING, J G 65/21/16
GLANVILLE, A E 65/21/35
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GLEESON, H T 65/21/16
GLOVER, K G 65/21/2
GLOVER, K G 65/21/35
GOBLE, R T 65/21/38
GODSON, T P 65/21/29
GODSON, T P 65/21/3
GODSON, T P 65/21/69
GOLDING, V 65/21/7
GOLDING, W G 65/21/14
GOLDING, W G 65/21/5
GOLDSACK, K O 65/21/2
GOLDSACK, K O 65/21/28
GONSAL, E W 65/21/7
GOOCH, R H 65/21/3
GOOCH, R H 65/21/31
GOOCH, R H 65/21/39
GOOCH, R H 65/21/71
GOOD, F R 65/21/31
GOOD, J P 65/21/31
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GOODWIN, W J 65/21/5
GOULD, L W 65/21/40
GOULD, L W 65/21/6
GOVAN, W A 65/21/7
GOWAN, J A 65/21/22
GOWAN, J A 65/21/23
GOWLEY, E E 65/21/16
GRAHAM, R B 65/21/25
GRAHAM, R B 65/21/32
GRAHAM, R B 65/21/6
GRANT, A 65/9/25
GRAY, E 65/21/7
GRAY, N J 65/21/11
GRAYSON, G 65/21/14
GRAYSON, G (correct name Stafford) 65/21/5
GRECO, V 65/21/7
GREEN, L 65/21/25
GREEN, L 65/21/32
GREEN, L 65/21/6
GREEN, S E 65/21/16
GREEN, W F 65/21/2
GREEN, W F 65/21/39
GREEN, W F 65/21/65
GREENLAND, J 65/21/38
GREER, H E 65/21/7
GREER, L C 65/9/25
GREGURKE, A A 65/21/21
GREGURKE, H A 65/10/4
GREGURKE, H A 65/21/25
GREIGER, R M 65/9/29
GRIEGER, R M 65/21/28
GRIEGER, R M 65/21/66
GRIMMETT (No initials) (QX 48884) 65/21/26
GROSS, J 65/21/25
GROSS, J 65/21/31
GRUBB, M 65/21/35
GRUBB, M C 65/21/2
GRUBB, M C 65/21/59
GUERIN, M A 65/21/31
GUERIN, M R 65/21/37
GUEST, O 65/21/1
GUEST, R 65/21/24
GULLY, R 65/21/16
GUNN, J W J 65/9/25
GUNN, T 65/21/13
GUNN, T 65/21/9
GUTHRIE, R R 65/21/27
GUTHRIE, R R 65/21/37
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GWATKIN, J A 65/21/32
GWATKIN, J A 65/21/6
H, A G 65/21/51
H, C J 65/21/51
H, H V 65/21/79
H, L T (Henderson) 65/21/79
H, R C R 65/21/51
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HAGAN, B I 65/21/6
HAGAN, B I 65/21/76
HALE, R C R 65/21/15
HALE, R C R 65/21/30
HALE, R C R 65/21/39
HALE, R C R 65/9/27
HALE, R G R 65/21/25
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HALL, A G 65/21/32
HALL, A G 65/21/6
HALL, B 65/21/14
HALL, B 65/21/21
HALL, B 65/21/5
HALL, I S 65/21/34
HALL, I S 65/9/43
HALLIDAY, D J 65/21/14
HALLIDAY, D J 65/21/5
HALTON, M D 65/21/39
HALTON, M D 65/21/52
HAMES, A C 65/21/11
HAMIL, J G 65/21/11
HAMPTON, L K 65/21/2
HAMPTON, L K 65/21/39
HAMPTON, L K 65/21/65
HANDSAKER, T 65/21/7
HANSELL, C 65/21/20
HANSELL, C E 65/10/4
HANSELL, C E 65/21/21
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HARDING, R R 65/21/33
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HARDISTY, W G 65/21/25
HARDISTY, W G 65/21/32
HARDY, W K 65/21/16
HARKNESS, A E 65/21/7
HARNDEN (No initials) (VX 91782) 65/21/19
HARRIS, D M 65/21/7
HARRISON, D G 65/21/38
HARRISON, E G 65/21/10
HARRISON, H J 65/9/25
HARROP (No initials) (S 57499) 65/21/19
HARVEY, C 65/21/7
HARVEY, R V 65/21/10
HARVEY, R V 65/21/7
HATFIELD, A R 65/21/31
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HAYDEN, V S 65/21/7
HAYES, C J 65/21/15
HAYES, C J 65/21/16
HAYES, W F 65/21/16
HAYNE, H 65/10/3
HAYNE, H 65/21/12
HAYTER, E G 65/21/11
HAYTER, E G 65/21/13
HAYWARD, J W 65/21/14
HAYWARD, J W 65/21/5
HEAPY, R J 65/21/2
HEAPY, R J 65/21/36
HEARNE, K 65/21/13
HEARNE, K 65/21/7
HEASLIP, M 65/21/31
HEATHCOTE, G W 65/21/37
HEATHCOTE, G W 65/9/27
HEEPS, F K 65/21/11
HEMPSALL, J 65/21/16
HEMSLEY, F J 65/21/25
HEMSLEY, F J 65/21/32
HEMSLEY, F J 65/21/6
HEMSTEDT, H W 65/21/16
HENDERSON, A M 65/10/3
HENDERSON, A M 65/21/12
HENDERSON, L T E 65/10/4
HENDERSON, L T E 65/21/31
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HENWOOD, J J 65/21/9
HERBERT, E J 65/21/7
HERMES, W L 65/21/31
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HERRICK, G W 65/21/5
HERRICK, G W 65/21/7
HERRINGE, R A 65/10/4
HERRINGE, R A 65/21/25
HERRINGE, R E 65/21/20
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HICKEY, K T 65/21/7
HIGHET, G F C 65/21/39
HIGHET, G F C 65/21/2
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HILL, C G 65/21/39
HILL, H M 65/21/12
HILL, H M 65/21/4
HILL, J H 65/21/31
HILL, W R 65/21/1
HILL, W R 65/21/24
HILLIER, M J 65/21/31
HILLIER, M J 65/21/37
HILLIS, P 65/21/26
HILLS, N J 65/21/7
HINMAN, A H 65/21/7
HIPWOOD, W A 65/21/16
HIRSCH, W F 65/21/31
HIRSCH, W M 65/21/20
HITCHCOCK, R G 65/21/38
HITCHCOCK, R G 65/21/50
HOAD, B J 65/10/3
HOAD, B J 65/21/23
HOBBS, A J 65/21/14
HOBBS, A J 65/21/5
HODGE, G 65/10/4
HODGE, G 65/21/27
HODGE, G 65/21/31
HODGE, S R 65/9/25
HODGES, D H 65/21/31
HOEY, L G 65/21/20
HOEY, L G 65/21/64
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HOGAN, F J 65/21/38
HOGBEN, J R 65/21/7
HOLDER, B F 65/21/16
HOLLAND, J A 65/21/11
HOLMES, A W 65/10/3
HOLMES, A W 65/21/12
HOLMESBY (No initials) (SX 23438) 65/21/31
HOMEL, W T 65/21/16
HOOKER, W A J 65/21/38
HOPE, D H 65/21/31
HOPKINS, A 65/21/7
HOPKINS, G W 65/21/33
HOPKINS, G W 65/21/4
HOPKINS, N H 65/21/20
HOPKINS, N H 65/21/31
HOPPER, R W 65/21/7
HORLOCK, L 65/21/7
HORNE, E N 65/21/9
HORSLEY, H 65/21/21
HORSLEY, H 65/21/7
HORSLEY, H L 65/10/4
HORWOOD, W 65/21/2
HORWOOD, W 65/21/35
HOSKIN, T R 65/21/2
HOSKIN, T R 65/21/36
HOSKING, E B 65/21/7
HOSKINS, R W 65/21/19
HOWARD, G V 65/21/27
HOWARD, P J 65/21/38
HUGGINS, B A 65/21/7
HUGHES, F J 65/21/38
HUGHES, L E 65/21/10
HUGHES, L E 65/21/7
HUGHES, W T 65/21/27
HUGHES, W T 65/21/31
HUNTER (No initials) (VX 77019) 65/21/19
HUTCHINS, J B 65/21/40
HUTCHINS, J B 65/21/6
HUTSON, L G 65/21/16
HYNES, B R 65/21/19
HYNES, B R 65/21/31
INGAMELLS, F H 65/21/28
INGAMELLS, F H 65/21/67
INGAMELLS, F H 65/9/29
IRELAND, D R 65/21/13
IRELAND, D R 65/21/7
IRWIN, J W 65/10/4
IRWIN, J W 65/21/15
IRWIN, J W 65/21/27
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IZZARD, R J 65/21/7
J, W D 65/21/51
JACK, E J 65/21/35
JACK, E J 65/21/60
JACKSON, J B 65/21/4
JACKSON, T A 65/21/38
JACKSON, T A 65/21/50
JANSSON, W 65/21/7
JASPERSON, H W 65/21/2
JASPERSON, H W 65/21/28
JASPERSON, H W 65/21/39
JELLIFF, J S 65/21/9
JENKIN (or JENKINS), I (N 236550) 65/21/9
JENKINS, H M 65/9/27
JENYES, R 65/21/32
JENYES, R 65/21/6
JOHNSON, M R 65/10/4
JOHNSON, M R 65/21/21
JOHNSON, M R 65/21/7
JOHNSON, W T 65/21/31
JOHNSTON, R C 65/21/1
JOHNSTON, R C 65/21/24
JOHNSTONE, M D 65/21/7
JOHNSTONE, N G 65/21/35
JOHNSTONE, R L 65/21/3
JOHNSTONE, R L 65/21/36
JOHNSTONE, R L 65/21/71
JONES (No initials) (VX 6024) 65/21/26
JONES, A S 65/21/40
JONES, A S 65/21/6
JONES, D A 65/21/21
JONES, D A 65/21/5
JONES, E E V 65/9/25
JONES, F 65/21/27
JONES, J U 65/21/31
JONES, J V 65/9/27
JONES, W A 65/21/7
JORDAN, R C 65/21/31
JORDON, E C 65/21/20
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JORGENSON, W D 65/21/16
JUBB, F E 65/21/7
K, D E 65/21/50
KAY, A E 65/21/7
KEIGHTLEY, A 65/21/7
KEIGHTLEY, A B 65/21/19
KELLY 65/21/70
KELLY, J L 65/21/3
KELLY, J L 65/21/36
KELLY, K L 65/21/9
KELLY, M P 65/21/13
KELLY, P F 65/9/25
KELLY, T H 65/21/26
KELLY, T J 65/10/4
KELLY, T J 65/21/21
KELLY, T J 65/21/25
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KEMP, E A 65/21/12
KEMP, H 65/21/7
KEMP, H B 65/21/7
KENDRICK, E 65/21/7
KENNETH, R 65/21/16
KENNETT, A W 65/21/10
KENNY, J 65/9/25
KENNY, K L 65/21/35
KENNY, K L 65/21/4
KENT, H S 65/21/19
KENYON, K M 65/10/3
KENYON, K M 65/21/22
KENYON, K M 65/21/23
KESSELL, S E 65/21/2
KESSELL, S E 65/21/39
KEYSER (No initials) (V 513204) 65/21/15
KEYSER (No initials) (V 513204) 65/21/31
KIDNER, E B 65/9/25
KIERNAN, J V 65/10/4
KIERNAN, J V 65/21/27
KILDAY, S 65/21/14
KILDAY, S 65/21/5
KING, A G 65/21/2
KING, A G 65/21/35
KINGDOM, L W 65/10/3
KINGDOM, L W 65/21/22
KINGDOM, L W 65/21/23
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KIRKMAN, A G 65/21/31
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KNIGHT, W E 65/21/25
KNIGHT, W E 65/21/30
KNIGHT, W E 65/21/6
KNOBLOCK, L F 65/21/7
KNOTHE, H J W 65/21/2
KNOTHE, H W 65/21/39
KOPP, J F 65/21/38
L, J R (Lowry ?) 65/21/79
LAIRD, B E 65/21/18
LAIRD, B E 65/21/20
LAIRD, B E 65/21/6
LAMARO, F R 65/21/30
LAMARO, F R 65/9/29
LANE, J D 65/21/19
LANE, J D 65/21/7
LANE, W W 65/21/20
LANE, W W 65/21/4
LANGE, S G 65/21/25
LANGE, S G 65/21/25
LANGE, S G 65/21/32
LANGE, S G 65/21/6
LANGFORD, H 65/10/3
LANGFORD, H 65/21/12
LANGLEY, H E 65/21/7
LANGLEY, H E 65/21/9
LANGSFORD, P P 65/21/35
LANGSFORD, P P 65/21/61
LARSEN, N R E 65/21/2
LARSEN, N R E 65/21/28
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LAWLER, K P 65/21/29
LAWLER, K P 65/21/3
LAWLOR, A M 65/10/3
LAWLOR, A M 65/21/23
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LE LIEVRE, W 65/21/14
LE LIEVRE, W 65/21/5
LEANE, W A 65/21/27
LEANE, W A 65/21/30
LEARMONTH, J B 65/21/28
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LEE, V C 65/21/7
LEESE, J V 65/9/25
LEHFELDT, R 65/21/7
LEIGHTON, E R 65/21/7
LENTON, D W 65/21/38
LEO, B B 65/21/10
LEWINS, A H 65/21/2
LEWINS, A H 65/21/39
LEWINS, A H 65/21/65
LEWIS, J W 65/10/3
LEWIS, J W 65/21/12
LEWIS, J W 65/21/7
LEWIS, K G 65/21/29
LEWIS, K G 65/21/3
LEWIS, K G 65/21/35
LEWIS, K G 65/21/72
LIDDICUT, R F 65/21/7
LIDDY, L M 65/21/16
LIGHT, L J 65/10/3
LIGHT, L J 65/21/23
LOHMEYER, D F 65/21/31
LOHMEYER, D F 65/21/37
LONGBOTTOM, D A 65/21/25
LONGBOTTOM, D A 65/21/32
LONGBOTTOM, D A 65/21/6
LONSDALE, E A R 65/21/38
LOWRY, J R 65/21/14
LOWRY, J R 65/21/5
LUCKIE, L A 65/21/7
LUFF, L 65/21/31
LUFF, L 65/21/39
LUKE, D H 65/21/4
LYNCH, K F 65/21/19
LYNCH, K F 65/21/7
LYONS, E C G 65/21/28
LYONS, E C G 65/21/64
LYONS, E C G 65/21/66
LYONS, E F 65/21/26
LYONS, E J 65/9/25
LYONS, O A 65/21/7
M, A 65/21/51
M, A W 65/21/51
M, H B 65/21/51
M, H G 65/21/51
M, K F (Mott) 65/21/79
M, W S 65/21/51
MacBETH, L R 65/21/26
MACKAY, G N 65/21/31
MACKAY, W B 65/21/17
MACKAY, W B 65/21/29
MACKAY, W B 65/21/3
MacKECHNIE, A L 65/21/19
MacKECHNIE, A P 65/21/7
MacKENZIE, A D 65/21/4
MACKIE, D 65/21/39
MacLAINE, M 65/21/20
MAGUIRE, M F 65/21/31
MAIDMENT, L G 65/21/32
MAIDMENT, L G 65/21/6
MAKINEN, A R (or A A) (NX 168321) 65/21/35
MALONE, J P 65/21/7
MANN, L S 65/21/2
MANN, L S 65/21/39
MANN, L S 65/21/65
MANNHEIM, H 65/21/28
MANNHEIM, H 65/9/29
MANNHEIM, M S 65/21/66
MANNING, R S 65/21/30
MANNING, R S 65/21/31
MANNING, R S 65/21/7
MANNING, R S 65/9/27
MANTEUFEL, H H 65/21/16
MAPLEY, A 65/10/3
MAPLEY, A 65/21/18
MARRIAGE, A R 65/9/25
MARSH, R 65/21/7
MARSH, S J 65/21/38
MARSH, S J 65/21/4
MARSH,S J 65/21/33
MARSHALL, R J 65/21/16
MARTIN, F G 65/21/31
MARTIN, H C 65/21/38
MARTIN, R B 65/21/14
MARTIN, R B 65/21/5
MARTIN, W J 65/21/19
MASON, F J 65/21/9
MASTERS, E 65/21/26
MATICH, F J 65/21/35
MATICH, F T 65/21/2
MATICH, F T 65/9/27
MATTHEWS, A W 65/10/3
MATTHEWS, A W 65/21/22
MATTHEWS, A W 65/21/23
MATTHEWS, R C 65/10/3
MATTHEWS, R C 65/21/17
MATTHEWS, R C 65/21/23
MAUGHAN, B W 65/21/6
MAUGHON, V W 65/21/40
MAVROMATIS, N A 65/21/33
MAVROMATIS, N A 65/21/4
MAVROMATIS, N A 65/21/54
MAWER, V H 65/21/7
MAYE, K 65/21/7
McBRIDE, J 65/21/7
McBURNIE, R C 65/21/7
McCABE, P J 65/21/37
McCABE, P J 65/9/27
McCAFFERY, L D 65/9/25
McCARTHY, J J 65/21/7
McCARTHY, Y 65/21/7
McCLELLAND, E W 65/21/7
McCRACKEN, P W 65/21/10
McCURRY, H M 65/21/7
McDIARMID, K W 65/21/39
McDONALD, A 65/21/54
McDONALD, J C 65/21/7
McEVOY, W R 65/21/7
McGAVIN, L A 65/21/14
McGAVIN, L O A 65/21/5
McGAW, R K 65/21/13
McGAW, R K 65/21/7
McGRATH, G C 65/21/7
McGRATH, G W 65/21/10
McGREGOR, A G 65/21/7
McGREGOR, K C 65/21/16
McKEON, C 65/21/7
McKINNON, W S 65/9/25
McKLAREN (No initials) (NX 201390) 65/21/13
McL, D R (McLean?) 65/21/79
McLEAN, D R 65/21/14
McLEAN, D R 65/21/5
McLEAN, G M 65/21/11
McLEAN, J A 65/21/26
McLEAY, R S 65/21/16
McLENNAN, J H 65/21/7
McNAMARA, F 65/21/7
McPHERSON, A A 65/21/2
McPHERSON, A A 65/21/39
McPHERSON, A A 65/21/64
McPHERSON, F G L 65/21/7
McPHERSON, P K 65/21/25
MCPHERSON, P K 65/21/32
McPHERSON, P K 65/21/6
McPHERSON, T E 65/21/7
McQUEEN, J A 65/21/38
MCQUILLAN, J A 65/21/20
McQUILLAN, J A 65/21/31
McQUILLAN, J A 65/21/4
McQUILLAN, J A 65/21/60
MEAKINS, D 65/21/7
MEARES, R D 65/10/3
MEARES, R D 65/21/12
MEDHURST, L J 65/21/13
MEDHURST, L J 65/21/7
MELVILLE, J J 65/10/3
MELVILLE, J J 65/21/12
MELVILLE, J J 65/21/7
MELVILLE, V C 65/10/3
MELVILLE, V C 65/21/22
MELVILLE, V C 65/21/23
MENCK, E A 65/21/38
MENZ, J A 65/21/7
MILES, F J 65/21/14
MILES, F J 65/21/5
MILLER, J F 65/21/20
MILLER, J F 65/21/25
MILLER, J F 65/21/31
MILLER, J H 65/21/21
MILLER, J H 65/21/5
MILLIGAN, R 65/21/25
MILLIGAN, R 65/21/32
MILLIGAN, R 65/21/6
MILLINGTON, T C 65/21/7
MILTON, W E G 65/21/38
MILTON, W E G 65/21/52
MILTON-SCOYNE, L S 65/21/31
MINGRAMM, J A 65/9/25
MINNS, F 65/21/10
MITCHELL, A T 65/9/25
MITCHELL, D W 65/21/25
MITCHELL, D W 65/21/32
MITCHELL, D W 65/21/6
MITCHELL, E J 65/21/7
MITCHELL, K D 65/21/30
MITCHELL, M S 65/21/18
MITCHELL, M S 65/9/29
MITCHELL, S W 65/21/31
MOELLER, R D 65/21/38
MOFFATT, R A 65/21/1
MOFFATT, R A 65/21/24
MOIR, B E 65/21/7
MOLLROSS, H B 65/21/33
MOON (No initials) (No number) 65/21/7
MOORE, C R 65/21/7
MOORE, E A 65/21/40
MOORE, E A 65/21/6
MOORE, R M 65/21/38
MORGAN, B 65/21/38
MORGAN, B 65/21/54
MORGAN, B 65/9/27
MORGAN, H B 65/21/2
MORGAN, H B 65/21/35
MORONEY, D 65/21/16
MORRIS, C H 65/21/29
MORRIS, C H 65/21/3
MORRIS, W W 65/21/40
MORRIS, W W 65/21/6
MORRISEY, V E 65/21/31
MORRISON, A F 65/21/7
MORRISON, A H 65/21/30
MORRISON, A H 65/21/39
MORRISON, A H 65/21/54
MORRISON, A H 65/9/29
MORRISON, D E 65/21/13
MORRISON, G R 65/21/28
MORRISON, G R 65/9/29
MORT, B L 65/21/26
MOSLEY, A A 65/21/7
MOTT, K F 65/10/4
MOTT, K F 65/21/21
MOY, W S 65/21/16
MUIRHEAD, G H 65/21/7
MULHOLLAND, H J 65/21/7
MURDOCH, N W 65/21/12
MURDOCH, N W 65/21/4
MURDOCK, R 65/21/7
MURFETT, C C 65/21/25
MURFETT, C C 65/21/31
MURPHY, A C 65/21/7
MURPHY, P A 65/9/25
MURPHY, S 65/21/7
MURRAY, H G 65/10/3
MURRAY, H G 65/21/23
MURRELL, K C 65/21/13
MURRELL, K C 65/21/9
MURTON, W R 65/21/14
MURTON, W R 65/21/5
N, M E (Norose ?) 65/21/51
NASH, R J 65/21/14
NASH, R J 65/21/21
NASH, R J R 65/21/5
NEALE, S 65/21/7
NEAVE, S 65/21/35
NEILSON, A J 65/21/25
NEILSON, A J 65/21/32
NEILSON, A J 65/21/6
NETTLEFOLD, F F 65/21/2
NETTLEFOLD, F F 65/21/28
NEVILLE, J 65/10/3
NEVILLE, J 65/21/12
NEVILLE, J 65/21/7
NEWLYN, F J 65/21/14
NEWLYN, F J 65/21/5
NEWLYN, F J 65/21/7
NEWMAN, R 65/21/7
NEWTON, R J 65/21/9
NICHOLAS, J H 65/21/11
NICHOLS, L E 65/21/40
NICHOLS, L E 65/21/6
NICHOLS, R A J 65/9/25
NIEBABER, M 65/21/4
NIENABER, M 65/21/3
NIENABER, M 65/21/39
NIENABER, M 65/21/71
NORCOTT, R 65/21/7
NORMINGTON, J F 65/21/20
NORMINGTON, J F 65/21/31
NORRIS, D R 65/21/31
NORTHEY, D A 65/21/19
NORTON, M E 65/10/3
NORTON, M E 65/21/17
NORTON, M E 65/21/23
NOSKOFF, A 65/21/31
O'BRIEN, T 65/21/14
O'BRIEN, T 65/21/21
O'BRIEN, T 65/21/5
O'DONNELL, R 65/21/35
O'DONNELL, R 65/21/38
O'NEALE, C G 65/21/10
O'NEILL, C H 65/21/7
O'NEILL, J 65/21/14
O'NEILL, J 65/21/5
O'RANCE, R B 65/21/13
O'RANCE, R B 65/21/9
O'SHAUGNESSY, K J G 65/21/38
O, T R (Owens) 65/21/51
OLIVER, L W 65/21/7
OSMOND, K 65/10/3
OSMOND, K 65/21/17
OSMOND, K 65/21/23
OUTRIDGE, P M 65/21/7
OVERALL, N W 65/9/25
OWENS, F J 65/9/25
OWENS, T R 65/10/3
OWENS, T R 65/21/17
OWENS, T R 65/21/18
P, E 65/21/51
P, N (Could be Peck) 65/21/45
PAGE, B G 65/21/10
PALMER, N W 65/21/7
PARKER, A J 65/21/7
PARKER, D J 65/21/10
PARKER, T J 65/21/10
PARKER-SMITH, H 65/21/2
PARKER-SMITH, H 65/21/39
PARRY, R W 65/21/13
PARRY, R W 65/21/7
PARSONS 65/10/4
PARSONS, A D 65/21/21
PARTRIDGE, A 65/21/7
PASCOE, F J 65/21/16
PATON, N 65/21/14
PATON, N 65/21/5
PATRIKEOS, E 65/21/15
PATRIKEOS, E 65/21/16
PATTON, M C 65/21/14
PATTON, M C 65/21/5
PAUL, C H 65/9/25
PAUL, G 65/21/7
PAULIN, J L 65/21/35
PAULIN, J L 65/21/35
PAVLETICH, G W 65/21/39
PECK, N 65/21/15
PECK, N 65/21/16
PENDLE, A 65/21/7
PENHALL, F J 65/21/2
PENHALL, F J 65/21/35
PENHALL, F J 65/21/59
PENNELL, J 65/21/38
PEOPLES, J A 65/21/7
PERRAM, J J 65/9/25
PERRY, A 65/21/7
PERRY, A H 65/21/7
PERRY, C W 65/21/7
PETERSON, A 65/9/27
PHILLIPS, L 65/21/7
PICTON, J A 65/21/14
PICTON, J A 65/21/5
PICTON, J A 65/21/7
PIMBLOTT, G H 65/21/7
PINSON, J C 65/21/7
PIPER, E R 65/21/7
PIROIS, R C 65/10/3
PIROIS, R C 65/21/23
PLATT, R A 65/21/14
PLATT, R A 65/21/21
PLATT, R A 65/21/5
PLEW, E S 65/21/7
PLUMRIDGE, R H 65/21/38
POINTON, S 65/21/20
POINTON, S 65/21/31
POINTON, S 65/9/27
POLSEN, W G 65/21/35
POLUSZNY, K 65/21/50
POPE, S W 65/21/35
POPP, S A 65/21/7
PORTEOUS, C F 65/21/14
PORTEOUS, C F 65/21/5
POSLUSZNY, K 65/21/39
POULSEN, H L 65/21/37
POULSEN, H L 65/21/38
POWELL, D 65/21/38
POWELL, J R 65/10/3
POWELL, J R 65/21/23
POWELL, T H 65/10/3
POWELL, T H 65/21/17
POWELL, T H 65/21/23
POWELL, T H 65/21/7
POZZI, A 65/21/38
PRENDERGAST, J 65/9/25
PRESTON, J 65/9/25
PRICE, B F 65/21/18
PRICE, F B 65/10/3
PRIMROSE, S W 65/21/7
PRINCE, R A 65/21/37
PRINCE, R A 65/21/4
PRINGLE, A 65/9/25
PROLETA, J J 65/21/10
PROTOPOPOFF, S N 65/21/28
PROTOPOPOFF, S N 65/21/31
PROTOPOPOFF, S N 65/21/37
PROTOPOPOFF, S N 65/9/29
PULBROOK, C 65/21/7
PURDON, A J 65/9/27
PYE, C J 65/21/7
PYLE, R A 65/21/38
QUAILL, L 65/21/14
QUAILL, L 65/21/5
QUERIPEL, H G 65/21/20
QUERIPEL, H G 65/21/37
QUERIPEL, H G 65/9/27
QUINLAN, F J 65/21/2
QUINLAN, F J 65/21/39
QUINN, J P 65/9/25
R, B L 65/21/51
R, H S (Prob. Rigby) 65/21/46
RADNELL (No initials) (VX 70115) 65/21/7
RAWLINGS, R A 65/21/27
RAWSON, G 65/21/13
RAYWARD, L V 65/21/16
REA, J R 65/21/2
REA, J R 65/21/39
REA, J R 65/21/65
REAL, J H B 65/21/14
REAL, J H B 65/21/5
RECH, A 65/21/29
RECH, A 65/21/3
RECH, A (Quinine 5 grains daily) 65/21/67
REED, L R 65/21/18
REED, L R 65/21/2
REED, L R 65/21/35
REED, L R 65/21/52
REES, J P 65/21/11
REES, T 65/21/7
REEVES, J 65/21/16
REEVES, P E 65/21/39
REEVES, P E 65/21/65
REEVES, R E 65/21/2
REGAN, V J 65/21/20
REID, N F 65/21/16
REID, N F 65/21/47
REID, N F (test) 65/21/48
REID, R E 65/21/13
REMILTON, G 65/21/7
REWBRIDGE, E W 65/21/7
REYNOLDS, J 65/21/7
RICHARDS, G 65/21/14
RICHARDS, G 65/21/5
RICHARDS, S J 65/21/25
RICHARDS, S J 65/21/32
RICHARDS, S J 65/21/6
RICHARDSON (No initials) (VX 141257) 65/21/17
RICHARDSON (No initials) (VX 141257) 65/21/20
RICHARDSON, B L 65/9/27
RICHARDSON, J H 65/21/31
RICHARDSON, J H 65/9/27
RICHES, H T 65/9/25
RIDDELL, A C 65/21/23
RIDDELL, A C R 65/10/3
RIGBY (Atebrin control) 65/21/75
RIGBY (test) 65/21/48
RIGBY, H S 65/10/3
RIGBY, H S 65/21/12
RIGBY, H S 65/21/15
RIGNEY, T C 65/21/25
RIGNEY, T C 65/21/30
RIGNEY, T C 65/21/6
RIMINGTON, F C 65/21/20
RIMINGTON, F C 65/21/6
RISELEY, L A 65/21/7
RITTER, R K 65/21/25
RITTER, R K 65/21/32
RITTER, R K 65/21/6
RIVERS, D W 65/21/40
RIVERS, D W 65/21/6
RIXON, G 65/21/18
RIXON, G 65/21/32
ROBAN, W L 65/9/27
ROBERTS, R 65/21/38
ROBERTS, R W 65/21/2
ROBERTS, R W 65/21/35
ROBERTSON, A 65/21/7
ROBERTSON, G C 65/21/39
ROBINSON, J F 65/21/20
ROBINSON, J H 65/21/35
ROBINSON, J H 65/21/4
ROBSON, J 65/21/7
RODDA, A H 65/21/14
RODDA, A H 65/21/5
RODWELL, J R 65/21/7
ROGERS, W J 65/21/30
ROGERS, W J 65/21/31
ROSS, A J 65/21/29
ROSS, A J 65/21/3
ROSS, J 65/21/13
ROSS, J 65/21/7
ROSS, K R 65/21/13
ROSS, K R 65/21/9
ROSS, L R 65/21/25
ROSS, L R 65/21/32
ROSS, L R 65/21/6
ROSSINGTON, C W 65/21/20
ROSSINGTON,C W 65/21/27
ROTHENBERGER, K 65/10/3
ROTHENBERGER, K 65/21/23
ROWLINGSON, W J 65/21/28
ROWLINSON, W J 65/9/27
ROWSE, W P 65/21/19
RUDD, J W 65/21/7
RULE, A H 65/21/39
RUMSEY, A R 65/21/25
RUMSEY, A R 65/21/32
RUMSEY, A R 65/21/6
RUSS, A E 65/10/3
RUSS, A E 65/21/12
RUSSELL, E 65/21/7
RUSSELL, E J 65/10/3
RUSSELL, E J 65/21/12
RUSSELL, E J 65/21/7
RUTHERFORD, J A 65/21/7
RYAN, J E 65/21/30
RYAN, P W 65/21/26
S, C M (Stacey?) 65/21/79
S, J P (Stephenson) 65/21/51
S, R N 65/21/51
SABIEN, E S 65/21/19
SALISBURY, J N 65/21/13
SALOMON, E G 65/21/38
SALOMON, E G 65/21/52
SALTER, G 65/21/7
SANDBEK, A B 65/21/9
SANDERS, R 65/21/7
SAUNDERS, T V 65/21/10
SCHEINER, F 65/21/33
SCHEINER, F 65/21/58
SCHEINER, F 65/9/43
SCHUBERTH, J T 65/21/27
SCOTT, G J 65/21/7
SCOTT, H 65/21/34
SCOTT, H 65/9/43
SCOWN, E A 65/21/13
SEARY, B 65/21/25
SEARY, B 65/21/31
SEARY, B 65/21/39
SEMPLE, W 65/21/7
SEWELL, K 65/21/19
SEXTON, W S 65/21/20
SEXTON, W S 65/21/61
SHAW, E H 65/21/31
SHEPHERD, G 65/21/31
SHEPHERD, G 65/21/38
SHEPHERD, G 65/21/52
SHILLINGLAW, G R 65/21/38
SHIPPICK, J [ 65/21/34
SHIPPICK, J P 65/9/43
SHOESMITH, T 65/21/7
SIM, J 65/21/7
SIMPSON, W C A 65/9/25
SINES, M W 65/21/20
SINES, M W 65/21/35
SLATER, A C 65/21/39
SLIGAR, A P 65/21/7
SLOAN, H C 65/9/25
SMEDLEY, J 65/21/18
SMEDLEY, J 65/21/19
SMEDLEY, J 65/9/27
SMITH, A E 65/21/7
SMITH, A E J 65/21/19
SMITH, A P 65/21/36
SMITH, C D 65/21/33
SMITH, C D 65/21/4
SMITH, E Y 65/10/3
SMITH, E Y 65/21/12
SMITH, E Y 65/21/7
SMITH, J H 65/21/19
SMITH, J M 65/21/29
SMITH, J M 65/21/3
SMITH, J M 65/21/36
SMITH, J M 65/21/71
SMITH, J R 65/21/20
SMITH, K 65/21/14
SMITH, K 65/21/5
SMITH, N E 65/21/14
SMITH, N E 65/21/5
SMITH, O T 65/21/40
SMITH, O T 65/21/6
SMITH, R D 65/21/7
SMITH, R J 65/21/7
SMITH, V H 65/21/7
SMITH, V H 65/21/9
SMOJE, P 65/21/40
SMOJE, P 65/21/6
SOMERS, H W 65/21/35
SOMERS, J S 65/21/31
SOMERS, J S (or V S or V X) (NX 28236) 65/21/25
SOMERS, V X 65/9/27
SOMMERVILLE, H R 65/21/25
SOMMERVILLE, H R 65/21/37
SOMMERVILLE, H R 65/21/4
SOMMERVILLE, T C 65/21/14
SOMMERVILLE, T C 65/21/5
SORENSEN, A E 65/10/3
SORENSEN, A E 65/21/12
SORENSEN, A E 65/21/7
SORFLEET, H C 65/21/31
SPEERS, J A 65/21/7
SPENCER, H J 65/21/17
SPENCER, H J 65/21/19
SPENCER, H J 65/9/27
SPINKS, V G 65/9/25
SPRAKE, A E 65/21/11
SPRATT, L W 65/21/28
SPRATT, L W 65/21/67
SPRATT, L W 65/9/29
SPRIGGS, R E 65/21/36
STACEY, C M 65/21/14
STACEY, C M 65/21/5
STACK, W 65/21/7
STAGG, F G 65/21/7
STANTON, P A 65/21/7
STAPP, A H 65/21/19
STARR, S G 65/21/17
STARR, S G 65/21/31
STATE, A 65/21/17
STATE, A 65/21/18
STATE, A 65/21/30
STATE, A A 65/21/6
STEAD, L S 65/21/17
STEAD, L S 65/21/31
STEDMAN, J R 65/21/35
STEPHEN, M L 65/21/7
STEPHENSON, J P 65/10/3
STEPHENSON, J P 65/21/23
STEPHENSON, W H 65/21/39
STERLING, A F 65/21/29
STERLING, A F 65/21/3
STERRITT, G A 65/21/7
STEVENS, J W 65/21/20
STEVENS, J W 65/21/64
STEVENSON, E W 65/21/28
STEVENSON, E W 65/21/4
STEVENSON, E W 65/9/29
STEWART, J L 65/21/2
STEWART, J L 65/21/35
STEWART, K R 65/21/2
STEWART, K R 65/21/39
STEWART, K W 65/21/4
STEWART, L E 65/21/38
STEWART, N J 65/9/25
STEWART, R N 65/21/25
STEWART, R N 65/21/37
STEWART, W F 65/21/14
STEWART, W F 65/21/5
STIBBS, L R 65/21/14
STIBBS, L R 65/21/5
STINSON, W 65/21/33
STINSON, W 65/21/58
STINSON, W 65/9/43
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STONE, S M 65/21/38
STONE, W G 65/21/25
STONE, W G 65/21/32
STONE, W G 65/21/6
STONE, W G 65/21/77
STONEHAM, E V 65/21/2
STONEHAM, E V 65/21/39
STONHAM, N S 65/21/39
STURROCK, G W 65/21/28
STURROCK, G W 65/21/4
STURROCK, G W 65/9/29
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SWAN, J C 65/21/40
SWAN, J C 65/21/6
SWINEY, N W 65/21/2
SWINEY, N W 65/21/39
SWINEY, N W 65/21/64
T, A 65/21/79
T, J 65/21/51
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TAYLOR, W E 65/21/7
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THEODOROFSKI, A 65/21/39
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THOMAS, H A 65/21/59
THOMAS, R 65/21/14
THOMAS, R 65/21/5
THOMAS, W A 65/21/2
THOMAS, W A 65/21/35
THOMPSON, G H 65/21/2
THOMPSON, G H 65/21/35
THOMPSON, J H 65/9/25
THOMPSON, J W 65/10/3
THOMPSON, J W 65/21/17
THOMPSON, J W 65/21/23
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THOMPSON, L F 65/21/52
THOMPSON, L W 65/21/1
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THOMPSON, W C 65/21/9
THORPE, D A 65/21/7
THURGOOD, L E 65/21/29
THURGOOD, L E 65/21/3
TIGHE, R C 65/21/7
TISHER (No initials) (SX 8332) 65/21/13
TOLLIDAY, A N 65/21/34
TOLLIDAY, A N 65/9/27
TONKIN, J 65/21/11
TONKIN, J A 65/21/7
TORPY, L P 65/21/2
TORPY, L P 65/21/39
TORPY, L P 65/21/63
TOSSELL, B G 65/10/3
TOSSELL, B G 65/21/22
TOSSELL, B G 65/21/23
TOUT, W H 65/10/4
TOUT, W H 65/21/27
TOUT, W H J 65/21/4
TOWNSEND, D M 65/21/7
TRAILL, V G 65/21/7
TRAPP, W J 65/21/7
TRETHOWAN, W H 65/21/7
TREWREN, H J 65/21/12
TREWREN, H J 65/9/27
TREWREN, J H 65/21/33
TREZISE, W S 65/21/37
TREZISE, W S 65/21/4
TRINDER, E 65/21/7
TRINDER, E 65/21/9
TRUELOVE (No initials) (VB 217517) 65/21/26
TUCK, G A 65/21/35
TUCKER, A F 65/21/2
TUCKER, A F 65/21/35
TUDOR, K D 65/21/14
TUDOR, K D 65/21/5
TUDOR, K D 65/21/7
TURNBULL, G H 65/21/31
TURNBULL, G H 65/21/35
TURNBULL, G H 65/21/38
TURNBULL, R 65/21/7
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TURNER, J 65/21/19
TURNER, J 65/21/33
TURNER, J 65/9/27
TURNER, P B 65/21/31
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TURNER, R E 65/9/25
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TUXFORD, R J 65/21/7
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UTZ (No initials) (QX 50279) 65/21/16
VANCE, R R 65/21/37
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VINCE, S C 65/9/27
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VON HOFF, H 65/21/5
VON HOFF, H 65/21/7
VOSS, L R 65/21/25
VOSS, L R 65/21/32
VOSS, L R 65/21/6
W, C A (Wills ?) 65/21/51
W, C G (Westley ?) 65/21/50
W, E C (Could be Walter) 65/21/43
W, G A (Wilson) 65/21/51
W, T L N 65/21/51
WAKELEY, W H 65/21/20
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WALKER, E H 65/21/7
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WALLIS, W A 65/21/16
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WALSH, R J 65/21/23
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WATERS, D E 65/21/14
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WILKINS, B 65/21/27
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WILLIAMS, E C 65/21/9
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WILLIAMS, W E 65/9/25
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WILLS, C A 65/21/12
WILLS, C A 65/21/15
WILLS, C A 65/9/27
WILLS, D F 65/21/7
WILSON, A 65/9/25
WILSON, E A 65/21/19
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WILSON, G A 65/10/3
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WIRTH, G A 65/21/39
WOLFF, A 65/21/35
WOLTER, V R 65/21/33
WOLTER, V R 65/9/27
WOLTERS, H F 65/21/25
WOLTERS, H F 65/21/31
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WOOD, A A 65/21/6
WOOD, D H 65/21/31
WOOD, E E 65/9/25
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WOODOATE, J L 65/21/25
WOODS, S W 65/21/25
WOODS, S W 65/21/37
WOOLCOCK, E A 65/21/2
WOOLCOCK, E A 65/21/39
WOOTTON, F J 65/21/17
WOOTTON, F J 65/21/29
WOOTTON, R J 65/21/3
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WORBOYS, N R 65/21/29
WORBOYS, N R 65/21/3
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WORRALL, W H 65/21/7
WRIGHT, W J 65/21/2
WRIGHT, W J 65/21/21
WRIGHT, W J 65/21/35
WRIGHT, W J 65/21/5
WURF, J C 65/21/35
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YARROW, B R 65/21/39
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YEATES, R E 65/21/5
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609 cm