Cashmere Sanatorium, 1913-1933.
Summary Two photograph albums and 70 assorted photographs of the Cashmere Sanatorium, Fresh Air School, Fresh Air Home and Coronation Hospital taken between 1913 and 1933. One photograph album inscribed to Dr. G.J. Blackmore as Christmas gift.
- View images of Photograph album 1
- View Photograph album 1 as PDF [3 MB]
- View images of Photograph album 2
- View Photograph album 2 as PDF [1.2 MB]
- View images of Assorted photographs
- View catalogue record of Archive 887
Collection location Archive 887
Publication information Unpublished
A collection of photograph albums and photographs from G.J. Blackmore. George John Blackmore (1863-1947) was the Medical Superintendent of the sanatorium from 1910 until 1929. He trained in Edinburgh, specialising in the treatment of tuberculosis, and was Medical Officer of Health in Bombay before coming to Christchurch. He retired to England.
- The North Canterbury Hospital Board : fragments of history : hospitals : tuberculosis and benevolent institutions and miscellaneous
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