File MS-5-2, Box 1, Folder 17 - Letters from Sir William Stewart and Phyllis Duke-Elder to Ellen Ballon

Note from Phyllis Duke-Elder to Ellen Ballon Note from Sir William Stewart Duke-Elder to Ellen Ballon

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Letters from Sir William Stewart and Phyllis Duke-Elder to Ellen Ballon

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MS-5-2, Box 1, Folder 17

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2 pages + 2 envelopes

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Sir William Stewart Duke-Elder was a Scottish ophthalmologist and author of several books on the subject.

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File contains two short notes, one from Sir William Stewart Duke-Elder, and the other from his wife, Phyllis, thanking Ellen Ballon for lunch.

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