Johannesburg (South Africa)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Photograph 15: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 15
Identifier: Series 2
Scope and Contents The Vernon McKay Papers document McKay's career as a scholar, teacher, administrator, and employee of the United States Department of State. Fundamentally a research file, the collection mainly consists of printed materials, government documents, seminar papers, research data, reports, broadsides, and newsclippings collected by McKay. These materials, as well as some correspondence, are foldered together in three subseries: the Country File, the Topical File, and Personal Papers....
Item — Photograph 8: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 8
Item — Photograph 5: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 5
Item — Photograph 20: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 20
Scope and Contents : A feature of native hospitals on the gold mines in the spaciousness and modern design of the medical surgical wards. This picture shows a surgical ward with partitions between every 4 beds an [sic] a wide corridor down the centre. Behind the European medical officer in the foreground can be seen native male nurse attending to a patient. The average tribal native much prefers to be attended by male nurses than by women - even native women. ; Photo No. J.33 Issued by the State Information...