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Burnett, J, The Scots in Sickness and in Health (Edinburgh, 1997)

Cage, R A, The Working Glass in Glasgow 1750-1914 (London, 1987)

Chalmers, A K, The Health of Glasgow 1818-1926 (Glasgow, 1930)

Checkland, O, and Lamb, M (eds), Health Care as Social History (Aberdeen, 1982)

Checkland, O, Philanthropy in Victorian Scotland, 1860-1914 (Edinburgh, 1980)

Checkland, O and S, Industry and Ethos (Edinburgh, 1989)

Christie, J, Medical Institutions of Glasgow (Glasgow, 1888)

Dow, D, The Rotton Row. The History of the Glasgow Maternity Hospital, 1834-1894 (Carnforth, 1984)

Dow, D, The Royal Samaritan Hospital for Women, Glasgow (Glasgow, 1986)

Slater, S, and Dow, D (eds), The Victoria Infirmary of Glasgow, 1890-1900 (Glasgow, 1990)

Hamilton, D, The Healers (Edinburgh, 1987)

Jenkinson, J, Moss, M, and Russell, I, The Royal (Glasgow, 1994)

Kerr, A, and McQueen, L, The Western Infirmary in Glasgow, 1874-1974 (Glasgow, 1974)

Kiple, F K (ed), The Cambridge World History of Human Disease (Cambridge, 1993)

Levitt, I, Poverty and Welfare in Scotland, 1890-1948 (Edinburgh, 1988)

MacGregor, A, Public Health in Glasgow 1905-1946 (Edinburgh and London, 1967)

McLachlan, G, (ed), Improving the Common Weal. Aspects of Scottish Health Services 1900-1984 (Edinburgh, 1987)

Robertson, E, Glasgow’s Doctor, James Burn Russell, 1837-1904 (East Lothian, 1998)

Robertson, E, The Yorkhill Story (Glasgow, 1972)

Russell, J B, “The Children of the City. What can we do for them?” Health Lectures for the People (Edinburgh 1886)

Smout, T C, A Century of the Scottish People, 1830-1950 (London, 1987)

Stevens, M, The Good Scots Diet, What Happened to it? (Aberdeen, 1985)

Webster, C (ed) Caring for Health: History and Diversity (Buckingham, 1993)

Wright Thomson, A M, The History of the Glasgow Eye Infirmary 1824-1962 (Glasgow 1963)


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