The photographic collection of Charles John Bond (1856-1939.

  title={The photographic collection of Charles John Bond (1856-1939.},
  author={Karen Brown},
  journal={Journal of medical biography},
  volume={4 3},
  • Karen Brown
  • Published 1996 in Journal of medical biography
During the history of the Leicester Royal Infirmary from its foundation in 1771, Charles John Bond (1856-1939) emerges as one of the most distinguished members of the medical staff. He was born at Bittesby House in Leicestershire and brought up on his father's farm, where his early interest in natural history was fostered, and was further developed when he want to Repton school, nearby. His medical career began in February 1875, when he was apprenticed to Dr C M Sidley, a general practitioner… CONTINUE READING

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