A speech given at a Methodist Church luncheon by Dr Ross Gordon, 117 Brecon Road, Stratford in 16th April 1998. Ross begins the interview with information about his parents Drs Doris and Bill Gordon describing the demands during the 1918 influenza epidemic and operating a general medical practice (includes a description of treating a prize Clydsdale horse). On qualifying as a GP in 1946, Ross returned to Stratford and he continues his story with personal reminiscences of the amulance service, various operations etc.
Recorded as part of Alison's research into her publication Stratford Hospital Memories. No abstract has been made. An edited transcript is available.
Department
Archives
Production Date
1998
1950-1959
1960-1969
1970-1979
1980-1989

Archive Contents

  Part 1

Research tape.

  Part 2

Master tape.

Accession No
ARC2002-477

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