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Accession Number: 90-014

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Dr. Henry Allan Turner fonds. -- 1872-1936. -- 5 m of textual records and other material.

Biography / History

Dr. Henry Allan Turner was born in County Cork, Ireland on March 1, 1828. He emigrated to Canada in 1852 which was the same year he graduated from the University in Dublin. He settled in Millbrook, Canada West. He fought in the Fenian Raids of 1867 and became a Lieutenant Colonel in the 3rd Dragoons and 46th Durham Regiment. He was a medical officer during the Reil Rebellions. He had a practice in Millbrook where he had purchased property in 1876 for his office. He was organist and a lay reader in the Anglican Church. He married Charlotte Hodgins and they had three children: Alice, Isabel, and Henry Allan Jr. who became a doctor like his father. He retired in 1900 and moved to Victoria in British Columbia to be closer to his daughters. He died in Victoria in March 1922. Dr. Henry Allan Turner, Junior, graduated from Trinity Medical School in 1889. He started to practice in the same year with his father in Millbrook. He became the only doctor in Millbrook when his father went to Victoria, British Columbia. Dr. H.A. Turner, Jr., set up a private hospital in Millbrook and the property also housed his office, drug store (run by William Turner, an uncle and pharmacist) and a telephone office. He had a full-time permanent trained nurse helping him. Dr. Henry Allan Turner, Junior, married Alice Jane Scott, a nurse. He retired in 1937 and he died in 1951. (Taken from: Martyn, John. "The Past is Simply a Beginning: Peterborough Doctors 1825-1993.")

Custodial History

This fonds was located, in a barn, on the property of Geoff Elton before he donated it to the Trent University Archives. Presumably Dr. Turner owned the property at some point.

Scope and Content

This fonds consists of records relating to the professional and personal lives of Dr. Henry Turner (Sr.) and Dr. Henry A. Turner (Jr.), both medical doctors of the Millbrook area. The medical publications, prescription day books, office records, customer account books, transaction day books, stock books, business and domestic records and invoices, medical x-rays, and correspondence depict the lives of each man respectively, spanning the years 1872 to 1936. Also included are personal and business-related records of Alice Turner, nurse, daughter of H.A. Turner (Sr.). A Farmers and Business Directory for Peterborough and the United Counties has been removed to the Trent Collection and catalogued in TOPCAT.

Notes

Title based on creator of fonds.

This fonds was donated by Geoff Elton.

Restrictions: N

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Box 1

PUBLICATIONS (publications shelved numerically; number of publication found inside cover)

Item-1 Arctic Explorations: The Second Grimmell Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin 1853, l854, l855 / by Elisha Kent Kane, M.D., U.S.N., London 1873

Item-2 Two on a Tower, A Romance / by Thomas Hardy - Volume Six with Frontispiece, New York (no date) (cover missing)

Item-3 32 Vues Photographiques / Paris Versailles, Paris (no date) (back cover missing)

Item-4 (Geography book on Nebraska (?) 374 plus pages -) (poor binding - pages missing at front and back)

Item-5 Convening Circular, 1946: Incorporated Synod of the Diocese of Toronto

Item-6 The Militia List of the Dominion of Canada / (1914?) (first 64 pages torn or missing along with several pages of the index)

Item-7 The Militia List of the Dominion of Canada / (1915?) (first 96 pages missing)

Item-8 The Militia List of the Dominion of Canada, Part 1 / Ottawa, King's Printer, 1924    

Loose on shelf

Item-9 Union Publishing Company's Farmers and Business Directory for the Counties of Durham, Frontenac, Hastings, Lennox, Addington, Northumberland, Prince Edward, 1911-1912, Vol XVI    

Box 2

(Item-10 to Item-19) Item-10 Practical Medicine Series, Volume VII, Skin and Venereal Diseases / by Ormsby and Mitchell, Chicago, 1918

Item-11 The British Pharmacopoeia / London, 1885 (final page of index missing - rebound once)

Item-12 Price List of Fine Products 1922 / Burroughs Wellcome and Company, London & Montreal

Item-13 Price List of Fine Products / Burroughs Wellcome and Company, 1904

Item-14 Catalogue / Parke, Davis & Company, Walkerville, Ont., 1933 & loose enclosures

Item-15 Manual of Therapeutics / Parke, Davis & Company, Detroit, 1909

Item-16 Elliot and Co's Price Book (No. 46); agreement dated June 7th, 1894

Item-17 Ichthyol, Its Uses in Skin Diseases and in Minor Surgery / Merck & Co., N.Y., 1924

Item-18 Diseases of the Urinary and Male Sexual Organs / by Wm. T. Belfield, M.D., New York, 1884

Item-19 Operating Room Procedure for Nurses and Interns / by Henry G. Falk, New York, 1925    

LOOSE ON SHELF (Item-20 to Item-123)

DAY BOOKS: PRESCRIPTIONS Item-20 Unnumbered prescriptions: Mr. Mulligan Jan. 13, 1872 through Mary Jane Stewart June 6, 1874 through Mrs. Muers March 26(?) and Mrs. Wood Nov. '80(?) - several listings of recipes for antidotes for certain ailments at end of book (hard cover missing)

Item-21 Large leatherbound "Prescription Book: Dr. Turner, M." unnumbered prescriptions: Sept. 6&7, 1876; Aug. 15, 1877 through Nov. 1; then many undated to Feb. 25 - 28, 1879 - July 4, 1884; March 26, 1886 through to April 14, 1886. Beginning Sept. 1890, prescriptions are numbered from #505 on - numbers skip on March 5, 1891 from 2185 to 2886 - last number in book is 5754

(Item-20 & Item-21 appear to have been recorded by a similar but different hand - possibly two doctors were working in tandem - which may explain the discontinuity in prescription numbers and dates)

Item-22 March 1, 1882 to Aug. 9, 1882, prescription numbers 15,482 to 16,500

Item-23 Aug. 10, 1882 to April 22, 1883, prescription numbers 16,501 to 17,927

Item-24 April 23, 1883 to Oct. 31, 1883, prescription numbers 17,928 to 18,931

Item-25 Nov. 1, 1883 to May 29, 1884, prescription numbers 18,932 to 20,000

Item-26 May 29, 1884 to Dec. 6, 1884, prescription numbers 20,001 to 21,088

Item-27 Dec. 6, 1884 to May 12, 1885, prescription numbers 21,089 to 21,849

Item-28 May 12, 1885 to Oct. 12, 1885, prescription numbers 21,850 to 22,626

Item-29 Oct. 12, 1885 to Dec. 2, 1885, prescription numbers 22,627 to 23,058 Dec. 2, 1885 to April 4, 1886, prescription numbers 7,576 to 8,126 (for some reason the prescription numbering series changed on Dec. 2, 1885)

Item-29A April 6, 1886 to Feb. 28, 1887, prescription numbers 8,127 to 9,749

Item-30 March 1, 1887 to Dec. 30, 1887, prescription numbers 9,750 to 11,372

Item-31 Jan. 3, 1888 to Dec. 22, 1888, prescription numbers 11,373 to 12,859

Item-31A Dec. 24, 1888 to Aug. 1889, prescription numbers 12,860 to 13,954

Item-32 April 10, 1893 to Dec. 27, 1893, prescription numbers 13,138 to 19,128 (Note: prescription daybooks in this numbering series seem to be missing for the years 1889, 1890, 1891 and 1892. Also this volume reveals several discontinuities in numbering: 13,299 to 14,000; 14,590 to 15,000; 15,899 to 16,000; 16,099 to 17,000; 17,099 to 18,000; 18,099 to 19,000) - The hardcovers are missing.

Item-33 Dec. 29, 1893 to April 16, 1895, prescription numbers 19,143 to 21,310 (The inside cover of this volume lists the partners in the Turner Drug Company)

Item-34 Aug. 1, 1889 to Jan. 27, 1890, prescription numbers 13,955 to 15,007

Item-35 Jan. 27, 1890 to Nov. 5, 1890, prescription numbers 15,007 to 16,634

Item-36 Nov. 5, 1890 to April 6, 1891, prescription numbers 16,635 to 17,334

Item-37 October 10, 1891 to July 21, 1892, prescription numbers 18,621 to 20,393

Item-38 June 13, 1894 to Sept. 25, 1895, prescription numbers 20,394 to 21,909 (inside cover: "No.1 Dispensing Book started June 13, 1894, first day in this store. Turner Drug Co. Millbrook, Ont."

Item-39 Oct. 1, 1895 to May 27, 1897, prescription numbers 21,910 to 24,248

Item-40 (Nov. 7, 1896 to Jan. 11, 1897, prescription numbers 34,786 to 34,908) May 28, 1897 to Nov. 19, 1897, prescription numbers 24,246 to 25,271

Item-41 Nov. 20, 1897 to June 4, 1898, prescription numbers 25,274 to 26,482

Item-42 June 7, 1898 to Jan. 26, 1899, prescription numbers 26,483 to 28,039

Item-43 Jan. 28, 1899 to March 25, 1899, prescription numbers 28,040 to 28,806

Item-44 March 25, 1899 to July 31, 1899, prescription numbers 28,807 to 29,727

Item-45 Aug. 1, 1899 to April 15, 1900, prescription numbers 29,728 to 31,455

Item-46 April 16, 1900 to Oct. 22, 1900, prescription numbers 31,460 to 33,976

Item-47 Oct. 22, 1900 to May 3, 1901, prescription numbers 33,977 to 36,153

Item-48 May 4, 1901 to July 21, 1901, prescription numbers 36,157 to 36,967

Item-49 July 22, 1901 to Oct. 7, 1901, prescription numbers 36,968 to 37,765

Item-50 Oct. 8, 1901 to Jan. 9, 1902, prescription numbers 37,766 to 38,513

Item-51 Jan. 9, 1902 to April 3, 1902, prescription numbers 38,514 to 39,322

Item-52 April 5, 1902 to June 12, 1902, prescription numbers 39,323 to 40,035

Item-53 June 12, 1902 to Oct. 28, 1902, prescription numbers 40,036 to 41,202

Item-54 Oct. 28, 1902 to Feb. 25, 1903, prescription numbers 41,203 to 42,428

Item-55 Feb. 26, 1903 to June 19, 1903, prescription numbers 42,429 to 43,543

Item-56 June 19, 1903 to Jan. 1, 1904, prescription numbers 43,543 to 45,541

Item-57 Jan. 1, 1904 to May 19, 1904, prescription numbers 45,544 to 47,361

Item-58 May 21, 1904 to Sept. 30, 1904, prescription numbers 47,362 to 49,857

Item-59 Oct. 1, 1904 to March 2, 1905, prescription numbers 49,858 to 50,954

Item-60 March 2, 1905 to June 24, 1905, prescription numbers 50,956 to 52,233

Item-61 June 24, 1905 to Aug. 12, 1905, prescription numbers 52,234 to 52,992

Item-62 Aug. 12, 1905 to Oct. 24, 1905, prescription numbers 52,993 to 53,820

Item-63 Oct. 25, 1905 to Jan. 10, 1906, prescription numbers 53,821 to 54,541

Item-64 Jan. 10, 1906 to June 7, 1906, prescription numbers 54,542 to 56,059

Item-65 June 7, 1906 to Dec. 6, 1906, prescription numbers 56,061 to 57,510

Item-66 Dec. 7, 1906 to March 12, 1907, prescription numbers 57,511 to 60,169

Item-67 March 12, 1907 to July 12, 1907, prescription numbers 60,170 to 61,862

Item-68 July 12, 1907 to Aug. 23, 1907, prescription numbers 61,863 to 62,471

Item-69 Aug. 23, 1907 to Dec. 4, 1907, prescription numbers 62,472 to 63,754

Item-70 Dec. 4, 1907 to Mar. 9, 1908, prescription numbers 63,755 to 64,961

Item-71 March 9, 1908 to May 11, 1908, prescription numbers 64,962 to 65,871

Item-72 May 11, 1908 to Sept. 13, 1908, prescription numbers 65,872 to 67,539

Item-73 Sept. 14, 1908 to Feb. 10, 1909, prescription numbers 67,551 to 69,187 (some front pages missing? no cover)

Item-74 Feb. 11, 1909 to May 6, 1909, prescription numbers 69,189 to 70,895

Item-75 May 7, 1909 to July 29, 1910, prescription numbers 70,922 to 77,427 (pages missing at front and back?)

Item-76 Aug. 3, 1910 to July 14, 1911, prescription numbers 77,490 to 86,621 (pages missing at front, both covers loose)

Item-77 July 14, 1911 to Nov. 27, 1911, prescription numbers 82,692 to 84,747

Item-78 Nov. 29, 1911 to Feb. 21, 1913, prescription numbers 84,769 to 92,013 (pages missing at front, loose and tattered at back)

Item-79 Feb. 21, 1913 to July 5, 1913, prescription numbers 92,014 to 94,789

Item-80 July 5, 1913 to Dec. 31, 1913, prescription numbers 94,790 to 96,778

Item-81 Jan. 1, 1914 to May 23, 1914, prescription numbers 96,779 to 98,669

Item-82 May 23, 1914 to Dec. 9, 1914, prescription numbers 98,670 to 100,411

Item-83 Dec. 9, 1914 to May 8, 1915, prescription numbers 100,412 to 102,230

Item-83A May 10, 1915 to June 26, 1915, prescription numbers 102,231 to 102,797

Item-84 June 28, 1915 to Sept. 28, 1915, prescription numbers 102,798 to 103,744

Item-85 Sept. 29, 1915 to Jan. 5, 1916, prescription numbers 103,745 to 104,840

Item-86 Jan. 5, 1916 to Feb. 18, 1916, prescription numbers 104,841 to 105,861

Item-87 Feb. 19, 1916 to May 25, 1916, prescription numbers 105,862 to 107,603

Item-88 May 26, 1916 to Oct. 29, 1916, prescription numbers 107,604 to 109,491

Item-89 Oct. 30, 1916 to March 10, 1917, prescription numbers 109,492 to 111,550

Item-90 March 10, 1917 to June 26, 1917, prescription numbers 111,551 to 113,687

Item-91 June 27, 1917 to Dec. 1, 1917, prescription numbers 113,688 to 116,450

Item-92 Dec. 1, 1917 to April 16, 1918, prescription numbers 116,451 to 119,146

Item-93 April 17, 1918 to Aug. 27, 1918, prescription numbers 119,147 to 121,771

Item-94 Aug. 28, 1918 to Dec. 26, 1918, prescription numbers 121,772 to 124,482

Item-95 Dec. 27, 1918 to April 12, 1919, prescription numbers 124,484 to 127,172

Item-96 April 12, 1919 to Sept. 9, 1919, prescription numbers 127,173 to 129,989

Item-97 Sept. 9, 1919 to Feb. 5, 1920, prescription numbers 129,989 to 132,865

Item-98 Feb. 7, 1920 to April 20, 1920, prescription numbers 132,866 to 134,972 (from page 182 to 365 only - balance of book is an accounting record)

Item-99 April 20, 1920 to Oct. 9, 1920, prescription numbers 134,973 to 138,666

Item-100 Oct. 10, 1920 to May 22, 1921, prescription numbers 138,667 to 142,731

Item-101 May 23, 1921 to Dec. 5, 1921, prescription numbers 142,732 to 146,237

Item-102 Dec. 5, 1921 to May 21, 1922, prescription numbers 146,238 to 150,143

Item-103 May 22, 1922 to Jan. 17, 1923, prescription numbers 150,145 to 153,427

Item-104 Jan. 18, 1923 to July 15, 1923, prescription numbers 153,428 to 159,809

Item-105 July 16, 1923 to April 8, 1924, prescription numbers 159,810 to 162,777

Item-106 April 9, 1924 to Nov. 4, 1924, prescription numbers 162,778 to 165,812

Item-107 Nov. 5, 1924 to May 9, 1925, prescription numbers 165,813 to 169,199

Item-108 May 11, 1925 to Jan. 6, 1926, prescription numbers 169,200 to 172,603

Item-109 Jan. 7, 1926 to July 17, 1926, prescription numbers 172,604 to 176,035

Item-110 July 19, 1926 to Feb. 12, 1927, prescription numbers 176,036 to 179,971

Item-111 Feb. 14, 1927 to Sept. 3, 1927, prescription numbers 179,972 to 184,243

Item-112 Sept. 3, 1927 to March 30, 1928, prescription numbers 184,244 to 187,993

Item-113 March 31, 1928 to Nov. 14, 1928, prescription numbers 187,994 to 192,218

Item-114 Nov. 15, 1928 to April 23, 1929, prescription numbers 192,219 to 196,180

Item-115 April 24, 1929 to Dec. 5, 1929, prescription numbers 196,181 to 200,097

Item-116 Dec. 6, 1929 to June 29, 1930, prescription numbers 200,098 to 203,715

Item-117 July 1, 1930 to Feb. 25, 1931, prescription numbers 203,716 to 207,506

Item-118 Feb. 26, 1931 to Dec. 19, 1931, prescription numbers 207,507 to 211,253

Item-119 Dec. 21, 1931 to Oct. 7, 1932, prescription numbers 211,254 to 215,587

Item-120 Oct. 8, 1932 to July 24, 1933, prescription numbers 215,588 to 220,072

Item-121 July 25, 1933 to July 30, 1934, prescription numbers 220,073 to 224,106

Item-122 Notes taken at medical college (?) by Dr. H.A. Turner in 1888 and 1889

Item-123 Assessment Roll of Millbrook (1912?)    

Box 3

(Item-124 to Item-146)

OFFICE RECORDS Item-124 July 31, 1920 to July 21, 1921

Item-125 July 23, 1921 to Oct. 12, 1921

Item-126 Jan. 2, 1922 to April 28, 1922

Item-127 Aug. 19, 1922 to Nov. 30, 1922

Item-128 Dec. 1, 1922 to March 20, 1923

Item-129 May 21, 1923 to Oct. 14, 1923

Item-130 Oct. 15, 1923 to March 18, 1924

Item-131 March 19, 1924 to June 16, 1924

Item-132 June 17, 1924 to Nov. 4, 1924

Item-133 Nov. 5, 1924 to May 6, 1925

Item-134 May 7, 1925 to July 5, 1925

Item-135 July 5, 1925 to October 18, 1925 (Dr. Lindsay?) (beginning part way through)

Item-136 Oct. 9, 1925 to June 21, 1926

Item-137 June 22, 1926 to Nov. 26, 1926

Item-138 Dec. 1, 1926 to Feb. 4, 1927

Item-139 Feb. 5, 1927 to April 21, 1927

Item-140 Aug. 16, 1927 to Jan. 31, 1928

Item-141 Jan. 15, 1929 to Oct. 13, 1929

Item-142 July 1, 1929 to Aug. 7, 1929 (other Doctor?)

Item-143 Oct. 16, 1929 to June 30, 1930

Item-144 July 1, 1930 to June 11, 1931

Item-145 June 12, 1931 to July 22, 1932

Item-146 July 23, 1932 to June 30, 1934    

LOOSE ON SHELF (Item-147 to Item-171)

CUSTOMERS ACCOUNT BOOKS Item-147 1876-1886

Item-148 1890

Item-148A 1890 (Index to Item-148 in book marked F.G. Turner, Druggist - placed inside Item-148)

Item-149 1894

Item-150 1895

Item-151 1894-1898 - alphabetical listing from page #192 to #728

Item-152 1898-1902  

TRANSACTION DAY BOOKS Item-153 March 14, 1883 to Aug. 13, 1887

Item-154 Feb. 12, 1887 to July 30, 1890

Item-155 June 13, 1894 to Oct. 19, 1897

Item-156 June 7, 1898 to July 1, 1899

Item-157 1894 - Petty Ledger under name of T.D. Co'y  

STOCK BOOKS Item-158 Aug. 2, 1892

Item-159 Stock Records 1893, 1894 & list of accounts until 1890

Item-160 1894-1895

Item-161 Jan. 1895

Item-162 Aug. 13, 1895

Item-163 1897

Item-164 undated

Item-165 Suppliers Accounts 1904-1908

Item-166 Doctor's visits day book 1907

Item-167 Doctor's time book 1909-1910

Item-168 Daily account book 1922-1923

Item-169 Day book Nov. 28, 1925 to March 4, 1931

Item-170 Invoice ledger 1930-1934

Item-171 Suppliers accounts 1935    

Box 4

(Item-172 to Item-192)

Item-172 H.A. Turner business and personal accounts 1926- 1933

H.A. TURNER'S DAY BOOKS

Item-173 1926-1928

Item-174 1929-1930

Item-175 1931-1932

Item-176 1933-1935

Item-177 Account book July 1, 1930 to Nov. 1, 1932

Item-178 Income tax calculations 1931

Item-179 Income tax calculations 1934

Item-180 Income tax calculations 1935

Item-181 Inventory of drugs, etc. Dec. 1933

Item-182 Urinalysis records 1913-1921

Item-183 Sale of poisons book 1891-1918

Item-184 H.A. Turner's bank books 1924-1933

Item-185 Recipes for certain prescriptions, hair tonic, horse remedies, etc.

Item-186 Accumulation of long distance telephone charges 1903 and subsequent  

ALICE J. TURNER'S RECORDS (Alice Turner was the wife of Henry A. Turner) Item-187 Alice Scott's (Mrs. Turner's maiden name) address book 1890

Item-188 Alice Scott's cash book Aug. 1891 to Aug. 1893 - Alice Scott was a nurse and this book lists her cases as well as other details

Item-189 Alice Turner's "Cash Book" Jan. 1924 to Dec. 1928 - A.J. Turner's "cash books" also served as diaries listing briefly daily events

Item-190 Alice Turner's cash book for Jan. 1929 to Dec. 1932

Item-191 Alice Turner's cash book for Jan. 1933 to Dec. 1936

Item-192 Alice Turners bank books: 1915-1926 & 1926-1935    

LOOSE ON SHELF (Item-193 to Item-194)

CUSTOMER'S ACCOUNTS Item-193 (Binder) 1901-1903

Item-194 (Binder) 1904    

Box 5

(Item-195 to Item-204) Note: Files Item-195 to Item-214 contain loose leaf pages filed alphabetically. The years accounted for are 1916 to 1928 (in general). A number of pages have accounts for several individuals - thus all the records for one customer/patient may not be in one location; and there may be individuals represented in the files whose names do not appear at the head of a sheet.

Item-195 Surnames beginning with "A"

Item-196 Surnames beginning with "B"

Item-197 Surnames beginning with "C"

Item-198 Surnames beginning with "D"

Item-199 Surnames beginning with "E"

Item-200 Surnames beginning with "F"

Item-201 Surnames beginning with "G"

Item-202 Surnames beginning with "H"

Item-203 Surnames beginning with "I" & "J"

Item-204 Surnames beginning with "K"    

Box 6

(Item-205 to Item-214) - "Surnames..." cont'd Item-205 Surnames beginning with "L"

Item-206 Surnames beginning with "M"

Item-207 Surnames beginning with "N" & "O"

Item-208 Surnames beginning with "P"

Item-209 Surnames beginning with "R"

Item-210 Surnames beginning with "S"

Item-211 Surnames beginning with "T"

Item-212 Surnames beginning with "U" & "V"

Item-213 Surnames beginning with "W"

Item-214 Surnames beginning with "X" - "Z"    

Box 7

(Item-215 to Item-229)

BUSINESS INVOICES Note: The invoices selected for inclusion in files Item-215 to Item-241 are typical of the transactions carried on in the year in question. They represent purchases for the drugstore, for transportation, for the hospital, for the phone company, etc. Item-215 1891-1893

Item-216 1898

Item-217 1899

Item-218 1900

Item-219 1901

Item-220 1902

Item-221 1903

Item-222 1905

Item-223 1907

Item-224 1908

Item-225 1909

Item-226 1910

Item-227 1913-1918

Item-228 1919-1920

Item-229 1921    

Box 8

(Item-230 to Item-241) - "BUSINESS INVOICES" cont'd Item-230 1922

Item-231 1923

Item-232 1924

Item-233 1925-1928

Item-234 1929

Item-235 1930

Item-236 1931

Item-237 1932

Item-238 1933

Item-239 1934

Item-240 1935

Item-241 1936      

Box 9

(Item-242 to Item-249)

DOMESTIC INVOICES Note: The invoices selected for inclusion in files Item-242 to Item-255 are typical of the transactions carried on in the year in question. They represent purchases of food, fuel, clothing, drycleaning, hotel accommodation, domestic help, etc. in Millbrook, Port Hope, Peterborough, Toronto and elsewhere. Among the later years in particular there are a few invoices from drug supply companies which may or may not be for home use. Item-242 1927

Item-243 1928

Item-244 1929

Item-245 1930

Item-246 1931

Item-247 1932

Item-248 1933

Item-249 1934    

Box 10

(Item-250 to Item-255) - "DOMESTIC INVOICES" cont'd Item-250 1935

Item-251 1936

Item-252 1937

Item-253 1938

Item-254 1940

Item-255 1941    

Box 11

(Item-256 to Item-263)

CORRESPONDENCE FILES Note: These are filed year by year, in date order. Ninety percent or more is business correspondence. Flyers, unsorted, are sometimes in separate folders by year of receipt. Item-256 1901 Jan. to June (with 4 items from Dec. 1900 & 1 from 1892)

Item-257 1901 July to Dec. (and 3 items with no date)

Item-258 1901 Flyers and announcements

Item-259 1902 Jan. to June

Item-260 1902 July to Dec. (and 3 items with no date)

Item-261 1902 Flyers and announcements

Item-262 1904

Item-263 1908    

Box 12

(Item-264 to Item-269) "CORRESPONDENCE" cont'd Note: Some correspondence addressed to Doctor Montgomery of Bailieboro, a partner of Dr. H.A. Turner, can be found in files Item-264 to Item-267. Item-264 1909 Jan. to March

Item-265 1909 April to June

Item-266 1909 July to Sept.

Item-267 1909 Oct. to Dec. & undated items from 1909

Item-268 1909 Flyers and announcements (Part 1)

Item-269 1909 Flyers and announcements (Part 2)    

Box 13

(Item-270 to Item-275) "CORRESPONDENCE" cont'd Item-270 1910, 1912, 1913, 1915

Item-271 1916

Item-272 1916 undated letters & flyers and announcements

Item-273 1917 Jan. - June

Item-274 1917 July - Dec. (and 16 items with no date)

Item-275 1917 Flyers and announcements    

Box 14

(Item-276 to Item-281) "CORRESPONDENCE" cont'd Item-276 1918 Jan. - June

Item-277 1918 July - Dec. & undated letters and flyers

Item-278 1919

Item-279 1919 undated letters and flyers

Item-280 1920

Item-281 1920 undated letters and flyers    

Box 15

(Item-282 to Item-293) "CORRESPONDENCE" cont'd Item-282 1921

Item-283 1922 includes family correspondence re: the death of Dr. Henry Turner, Senior (March)

Item-284 1923

Item-285 1925

Item-286 1926

Item-287 1927

Item-288 1928 correspondence, undated notes and flyers

Item-289 1929

Item-290 1930 Jan. to June

Item-291 1930 July to Dec. and flyers

Item-292 1931

Item-293 1932 to 1935    

Box 16

(Item-294 to Item-302 plus loose items in box) Item-294 Miscellaneous medical and pharmaceutical flyers

Item-295 H.A. Turner's year-end accounts 1939

Item-296 Various early domestic and medical "receipts" or recipes

Item-297 H.A. Turner's newspaper clippings

Item-298 Alice J. Turner's newspaper clippings

Item-299 Family items: photos, family tree, etc.

Item-300 Mary Scott estate papers (Alice Turner's mother)

Item-301 Hodgins estate papers (some Turners were beneficiaries)

Item-302 Miscellaneous

Plus loose in box many miscellanous glass and flexible X-ray negatives of human bones (Note: A few of the flexible x-rays are dated from 1917 to 1935 and are identified but most are unidentified and undated)    

Box 17

Miscellaneous glass X-ray negatives of human bones (unidentified and undated for the most part)     Loose on shelf

Over-sized flexible x-ray negatives on top of BOX 16 (wrapped in white tissue)  

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