Health Department commissioners, Dr James Malcolm Mason (left) and John Anderson Gilruth.
Mason and Gilruth, in their roles as health commissioners, wrote a report regarding the bubonic plague alarm in 1900. This report was instrumental in the formation of the Department of Public Health in 1900.
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- Duncan, Miriam Darwin, 1893-1981 :Photographs relating to life and work of Dr James Malcolm Mason / Photographs relating to life and work of Dr James Malcolm Mason
- 1 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs, Orientation: Vertical image
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