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Jack T. Llewellyn letters, 1907-1912
Collection comprises personal letters Llewellyn wrote to Georgia Woodley Goodwin during his appointment. He commented generally about weather conditions and the rainy season, sports gatherings of British expatriates, an outbreak of cholera and his own battles with malaria.
Victor Bassett papers, 1877-1938
Physician, health officer, and librarian of the Georgia Medical Society; from Savannah. Collection contains public health information, including correspondence, health and mortality records, biographical information, genealogies, reports, and printed matter relating to the medical history and practice of medicine in Savannah.
Boer War Memoir, [19--]
Collection mainly comprises a memoir in two manuscript volumes (229 pgs), featuring events dating from 1899 December-1901 May; the narrative composed at a later date is not identified. The memoir has been attributed by an unknown source to G.S. Viney, although the author's name does not appear on either volume. Includes an account of all aspects of military life, describing in great detail food and rations, clothing, bathing, water availability and sources, supplies, pastimes, diseases including dysentery, jaundice, and malaria.