||Collection of notes by Lu Gwei-Djen on medical works seen in Japan, 1971
||Sub-file of miscellaneous notes by Lu Gwei-Djen on the history of medicine marked 'for later use'
||Sub-file of miscellaneous notes by Lu Gwei-Djen and Joseph Needham on the history of medicine marked 'pending for filing'
||Lu Gwei-Djen's lists of articles in «????» [I Shih Tsa Chih / Yi Shi Za Zhi / Chinese Journal of the History of Medicine], 1951-1958, and notes from some of the articles
||Sub-file marked 'Notes on Mecical Books only'
||Sub-file of notes marked 'growth and development of [medical] literature'
||Sub-file of notes on the 'Definition of Ching-Mo [?? Jing Mo], ? [Hui] etc'
||Sub-file of notes on the history of Taoism in relation to medicine, early documentation on the history of medicine in China and the concepts of Yin Yang [??] and Wu Hsing [?? / Wu Xing])
||Ring binder containing notes and other documents relating to the history of smallpox, variolation and vaccination
||Sub-file of 'Material for 1961 Oct Wellcome Report on Pediatrics and Vesicular Diseases'
||File of notes from non-Chinese language works on Chinese medicine
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Papers of Joseph Needham as a historian of Chinese science, technology and medicine
||Small file of notes and other documents relating to prescriptions and traditional medicine outside of China
||Strelcyn, S.; Jenner, Bill.
||1970–1979 (Only the documents described are dated. The other notes are undated, [1970s?].)
|Extent and Medium
||30 sheets; Paper
|Content and context|
The related documents comprise a letter from S. Strelcyn of the University of Manchester, accompanying a bibliography containing articles and books dealing with traditional Ethiopian medicine, (20 April 1979); note from Bill Jenner accompanying pages from a popular account of a Shang medical tomb in Hao Chheng, Hupei, China, (23 October 1978).
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