Other collections held elsewhere in Queen Square include additional photographs in the Medical Illustration Unit, and records of students from the 1940’s held in IoN Education Unit. There are also additional administrative records held in the Hospital. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries about these.
Material is also kept in other local Archives and Library Collections. For example UCL Special Collections holds material on Sir Victor Horsley and University College Hospital.
UCLH Archives also holds relevant material, e.g. UCLH, Middlesex Hospital and Eastman Dental Hospital and The National Temperance Hospital. London Metropolitan Archives hold the archives of the Heart Hospital, The Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital and the Royal Free.
See also the European Brain Museum Project for Archives further afield.
Examples of additional archival material about people associated with the Hospital can be found in a variety of archives, some of which are nearby, so it is also worth extending your search. Below are some examples, but this is not a complete list and we are always very grateful to hear of relevant material held elsewhere.
The following collections also include relevant images:
FENS online library: History of Neuroscience links including Autobiographical Chapters, Archival interviews and Classic Papers.
Today’s Neuroscience, Tomorrow’s History interviews with 12 prominent neuroscientists, including Professor Warrington and Professor Frith.
Other useful web sites include: