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Arthur Freeman

(b. 1938)


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Freeman, Arthur (1938)

WILLIAMS-FREEMAN, Comdr. Frederick Arthur Peere (1889 - 1939), late RN

ELVIN, Arthur J. (1899 - 1957), DL; Hon. Freeman of Borough of Wembley, 1945; Chm. since 1947, and Managing Director since 1927, of Wembley Stadium Ltd

Bibliotheca Fictiva: A Collection of Books and Manuscripts Relating to Literary Forgery 400 BC—AD 2000. By Arthur Freeman.

VIVIAN, Arthur Henry Seymour (1899 - 1985), Clerk of the Skinners’ Company, 1941–59; Hon. Freeman and Member of Court of the Company, 1959–80

Cognitive–Behavioural Strategies in Crisis Intervention, Frank M. Dattilio and Arthur Freeman (eds), New York, Guilford Press, 2007, pp. xx + 556, ISBN 1 59385 487 0, £41.00

QUILLER-COUCH, Arthur Thomas (1863 - 1944), Member of Academic Committee; King Edward VII Professor of English Literature, Cambridge University, since 1912; Fellow Jesus College, Cambridge; Hon. Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford; is a Freeman of Bodmin, Fowey, and Truro

MacNALTY, Arthur Salusbury (1880 - 1969), Fellow, Univ. Coll. Lond.; Hon. Freeman Soc. Apothecaries; Hon. Freeman Barbers’ Company; Freeman City of London; Hon. Fellow, Faculty of Hist. Med. and Pharmacy, Soc. of Apothecaries; Editor-in-Chief for Official Medical History of Last War since 1941; Life Governor of Council of Imperial Cancer Research Fund; Hon. Pres., British Society for the History of Medicine

YOUNG, Robert Arthur (1871 - 1959), Hon. Freeman, Society of Apothecaries 1957; Consulting Physician Middlesex Hospital and Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest, Brompton; Physician to the London Life Association; late Hon. General Physician to the City of London Lying-in Hospital; Consulting Physician to St Saviour’s Hospital, and St Luke’s Hostel; Chairman of the Medical Committee of King Edward VII Sanatorium, Midhurst; Vice-Chm. Council Nat. Assoc. for the Prevention of Tuberculosis; late Chairman Board of Management, the Hospitals for Diseases of the Chest

COPEMAN, Sydney Arthur Monckton (1862 - 1947), Medical Officer, retired, Ministry of Health; ex-Member LCC (Hampstead); formerly Member Hampstead Borough Council (late Chairman Public Health and other Committees); late Senior Medical Inspector HM Local Government Board; Vice-President (late President), Epidemiological Section, Royal Society of Medicine; late Member of Council, Royal College of Physicians, London, and Zoological Society; Member of Faculty of Medicine, and Chairman of Board of Studies in Hygiene, University of London; Emeritus Lecturer on Public Health, Westminster Hospital; Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem and Member of Chapter-General of the Order; Lt-Col in charge of Hygiene Department, Royal Army Medical College, 1916–17; late Divisional Sanitary Officer, 2nd London Division, Territorial Force; TD; Chadwick Lecturer in Hygiene, 1914; late Examiner in Public Health and in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, University of Bristol; Examiner in Public Health, Royal College of Physicians; Examiner in Hygiene and Public Health, University of Leeds; in State Medicine, University of London, and in Public Health, Royal College of Surgeons, England; Milroy Lecturer, 1898, Royal College of Physicians, London; Research Scholar and Special Commissioner, British Medical Association; Government Delegate to Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and USA in connection with investigations undertaken for Home Office, Board of Trade, Local Government Board, and Ministry of Health; Member of various Departmental Committees; Member of Livery, Apothecaries Company and Freeman of City of London; Joint Founder (1891) of Medical Research Club; Buchanan Gold Medallist, Royal Society of London, 1902; Cameron Prizeman, University of Edinburgh, 1899; Fothergillian Gold Medallist, Medical Society of London, 1899; Jenner Medallist, Royal Society of Medicine, 1925; invented Glycerinated Lymph, officially adopted, 1898, and now in general use in this and other countries for anti-smallpox vaccination; Gold Medallist, International Faculty of Sciences, 1938; Hon. Fellow Hunterian Society, 1938; joint patron of living of Hadleigh, Essex

 

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 (1938– ), and

 (b. 20th century)

American book historians and rare-book and MSS collectors and dealers.

In addition to numerous separate publications on Elizabethan drama, and on the Gutenberg Bible and ...

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