Arthur Stanley Wohlmann, the first government balneologist in New Zealand.

@article{Johnson1990ArthurSW,
  title={Arthur Stanley Wohlmann, the first government balneologist in New Zealand.},
  author={Richard J Johnson},
  journal={Medical History. Supplement},
  year={1990},
  pages={114 - 126}
}
INTRODUCTION Geologically, New Zealand lies along the intersection of two of the earth's major plates and therefore earthquakes, volcanoes, and hot springs are widespread. The original inhabitants, the Maori, were aware of the therapeutic value of hot-pools and, as Europeans settled on the islands in the nineteenth century, many travellers commented circumstantially on the potential of the pools, both therapeutically and for extending tourism. Eventually, in 1902, the New Zealand government… CONTINUE READING

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Plate 18. The only photograph of Arthur Stanley Wohlmann that has been traced: from the New Zealand Illustrated Magazine

Plate 18. The only photograph of Arthur Stanley Wohlmann that has been traced: from the New Zealand Illustrated Magazine • 1902

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