Collection: MS 1938: Friederich Wilhelm Eurich papers

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Title: Friederich Wilhelm Eurich papers

Level: Collection 

Classmark: MS 1938

Creator(s): Eurich, Professor Friederich Wilhelm (1867-1945)

Date: 1901-2003

Main language: English

Size and medium: artworks, cd, negatives, pamphlets, photographs,; 3 boxes

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/163617 

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Description

Comprises papers by Eurich, some of his notes and photographs. Also includes reports and publications connected with his work on anthrax, skin and other diseases.

Administrative or biographical history

Dr Friederich Eurich (1867-1945) was a German bacteriologist. He set up a general practice in Bradford, England in 1896. Eurich was appointed bacteriologist at the Pathological and Bacteriological Laboratory set up by Bradford Council to counter the problem of cutaneous anthrax (wool sorter's disease). He became Professor of Forensic Medicine at Leeds Medical School in 1908 and retired in 1932.

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Material in this collection may remain in copyright but further details are unknown. Photocopies or digital images can only be supplied by the Library for research or private study. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain the copyright holder's permission to reproduce for any other purpose. Guidance is available for tracing copyright status and ownership.

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