File 5 - Early research papers of Martin Stower

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GB 249 OEDA/K/2/5


Early research papers of Martin Stower


  • 1897-1984, 1996 (Creation)

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3 folders

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From a lever arch file inscribed 'Martin Stower | Early papers | Early papers'

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Photocopies of literature relating to the health effects of asbestos, dust in general, factory inspections, etc., consulted by Martin Stower at various London libraries c.1984-1986. Arranged alphabetically by name of author or where not known, title of publication. Includes an instruction from Nancy Tait, dating from 1996, to find more information on women inspectors.

Includes copies of K J Arul and P F Holt (1977), 'British medical journal' (May 1927), 'Building material' (1965), Burton Wood (1934, 1930), W E Cooke (1919, 1927, 1924), Myer Coplans (1913), N L Dolby (n.d., on Turner & Newall), W J Ellison (n.d., on Turner & Newall), W Glyn Own (1964), M Greenberg and T A Lloyd Davies (1974), R H Jones (1897, excerpt only), J F Knox et al. (1968), Sir T Legge (1934, excerpt only), Hilda Martindale (1944; excerpt only), E R A Merewether (1933-1934, 1930), 'Municipal engineering' (1968), M Newhouse and H Thompson (1965), 'New scientist' (1984, 1967; excerpts only), T Oliver (1902, excerpt only), Pancoast et al (1918, excerpt only), C W Price (1931), Report of the Medical Research Council (1915-1920, excerpts only), Report of the Committee of the Privy Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (1921, excerpt only), L E Salt and R Sinclair eds (1970, excerpt only), F W Simson (1928), F B Smith (1979, excerpt only), Rose Squire (1927, excerpt only), H Taylor (n.d., on Turner & Newall), 'Thermal, acoustic, vibration insulation' (1966, 1967; excerpts only), and J C Wagner and K McConnochie (1983).

Hilda Martindale and Rose Squire were female factories inspectors.

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  • English



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