32 South Street
Tuesday, 12 Nov. 
The plans of the Salisbury and Southampton Hospitals; she had Rawlinson's reports about Winchester and Reading before her when she gave the opinions; criticises the prevailing mistake of taking plans of private houses as the basis for hospital construction; refers him to her book and advises him to go to Salisbury and Southampton and com pare principles with practice; she hears from Malta and Gibraltar that they have no disease in the huts, whereas the buildings are never free from fever and epidemics.
4p Not in F.N.'s hand CLAYDON
Xerocopy: WELLCOME INST.
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