Fonds comprises the personal papers of James Dinwiddie, which include lecture notes, scientific journals, notebooks, manuscript, early experiments for 1774, correspondence, personal journals and also some records from the Royal Institution for 1808-1814. His papers also include the journals of W.J. Proudfoot and a biography of his father (and Dinwiddie's son-in-law), James Proudfoot.
Item consists of an offprint of an article collected by Florence Murray that appeared in Clinical Medicine and Surgery (41:10, Oct. 1934) titled "The Management of Leprosy", written by R. M. Wilson M.D.
Series consists of Reverend Robert Murray's correspondence and records regarding his involvement with the Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes and his participation in a farewell dinner on the R.M.S. Aurania.
Item consists of two handwritten journals entries (one on loose paper, laid in at the front of the other) by Florence Murray, documenting her first two trips to the island of Cheju (Jeju), South Korea. The first, likely in 1958, was undertaken with Ed Baker, while the second took place in autumn 1960.
Item consists of Florence Murray's handwritten notes, likely from 1961, stemming from discussions with Drs. Cochrane and Fraser, about the necessities for developing a program to control and treat leprosy in Korea.
Item consists of Florence Murray's October 1963 report on behalf of The Mission to Lepers to the Medical Missionary Fellowship. Includes information related to the four clinics in the Taegu district, as well as the 12 others in surrounding districts.
Item consists of statistics and observations gathered by Florence Murray related to leprosy treatment at The Mission to Lepers locations in Korea, ranging from December 1963 to May 1964. Includes information related to the Taegu, Kyungsan, Uisung Bongyang, Uisung Kaum, Kuni Uiheung, Yongchun, Chungdo P.H.D., Chungdo Tongkok, Chungdo Esau, Sunsan, Sunsan Jangchun, and Hyunpoong clinics.
Item consists of correspondence sent by Florence Murray to Rev. C.M. Lloyd of The Mission to Lepers, dated September 1964, regarding visits to Mission leprosy colonies in Ho Hei Won and a government leprosarium in Chunju.
File contains a copy of the study "Psychophysiological reactions of a rural and suburban population in Taiwan" by Hsien Rin, Hung-Ming Chu, and Tsung-Yi Ling. Also contains correspondence between Hsien Rin and Jane Murphy and notes and data tables on modernization rates and number of children among respondents.