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Fever Collection

Background imageFever Collection: Hay Fever, by Noel Coward, Gaiety Theatre, Hastings

Hay Fever, by Noel Coward, Gaiety Theatre, Hastings
Hay Fever, a comedy by Noel Coward, at the Gaiety Theatre, Hastings, starring Kate Cutler

Background imageFever Collection: Gravestone in the Graveyard of Winchester Cathedral

Gravestone in the Graveyard of Winchester Cathedral
Gravestone of Thomas Thetcher, a Grenadier in the North Regiment of the Hampshire Militia who died of a violent fever contracted by drinking Small Beer when hot on 12th May 1764

Background imageFever Collection: Silver spangled Hamburgh cock and hen

Silver spangled Hamburgh cock and hen, Henry Beldons pair, Cup at Allerton 1871, Hen first at Birmingham 1871, and cup at Bristol 1872

Background imageFever Collection: Toulouse geese with dewlap, cock and hen

Toulouse geese with dewlap, cock and hen. Oie de Toulouse a bavette, Anser anser domesticus. Bred by James Watts, winners of five first prizes

Background imageFever Collection: South Eastern Fever Hospital, New Cross, London

South Eastern Fever Hospital, New Cross, London
The South Eastern Fever Hospital was opened in 1877 on Avonley Road at New Cross, near Deptford in south east London. It was the fifth such hospital to be erected by the Metropolitan Asylums Board

Background imageFever Collection: MAB First Ambulance Interior

MAB First Ambulance Interior
Interior of one of the first ambulances to be operated by Londons Metropolitan Asylums Board in the 1880s for transporting fever and smallpox patients to and from the Boards hospitals

Background imageFever Collection: Airing Court at Fountain Mental Hospital, Tooting, Surrey

Airing Court at Fountain Mental Hospital, Tooting, Surrey
Children and nurses enjoy playing with toys in an airing court at the Fountain Hospital at Tooting in Surrey (now South London)

Background imageFever Collection: Carlos Juan Finlay, Cuban biologist

Carlos Juan Finlay, Cuban biologist
Carlos Juan Finlay (1833-1915), Cuban biologist noted for work on yellow fever. Date: circa 1900

Background imageFever Collection: Western Ambulance Station, Seagrave Road, Fulham

Western Ambulance Station, Seagrave Road, Fulham
Entrance to the ambulance station at the Western Fever Hospital on Seagrave Road, Fulham. Opened in 1877, it was the fourth such hospital to be erected by the Metropolitan Asylums Board which in 1869

Background imageFever Collection: Childrens Ward, Fountain Mental Hospital, Tooting, Surrey

Childrens Ward, Fountain Mental Hospital, Tooting, Surrey
Children in cots and nurses in a ward of the Fountain Hospital at Tooting in Surrey (now South London). The hospital was opened in 1893 as a fever hospital by the Metropolitan Asylums Board

Background imageFever Collection: Highlands Hospital, Winchmore Hill, Enfield, Middlesex

Highlands Hospital, Winchmore Hill, Enfield, Middlesex
The entrance to the Highlands Hospital, Winchmore Hill, Enfield, Middlesex. The site began life as the Northern Convalescent Fever Hospital (or Northern Hospital)

Background imageFever Collection: Princess Helena with Prince Christian Victor

Princess Helena with Prince Christian Victor
Princess Helena, Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein (1846-1923) with her eldest child, Prince Christian Victor, born at Windsor on 14 April 1867

Background imageFever Collection: White-faced black Spanish

White-faced black Spanish, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Cups for chickens at Bristol 1872. Chromolithograph by Vincent Brooks Day & Son after an illustration by J.W

Background imageFever Collection: Golden spangled Hamburgh cock and hen

Golden spangled Hamburgh cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus, Henry Beldons pair, cock cup at Birmingham 1870, hen cup at Kendal, Whitehouse and Spalding 1871

Background imageFever Collection: Black Hamburgh cock and hen

Black Hamburgh cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus, Rev. W. Sergeantsons pair, first prize at Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester 1871, and Bristol 1872

Background imageFever Collection: The cast of Hay Fever, described as Noel Cowards Clean Play 'by The Sketch

The cast of Hay Fever, described as Noel Cowards Clean Play "by The Sketch
The cast of Hay Fever, described as Noel Cowards Clean Play " by The Sketch. Marie Tempest played the role of Judith Bliss, a bohemian ex-actress, while Graham Browne her husband, David Bliss

Background imageFever Collection: Grove Hospital, Tooting Grove, south west London

Grove Hospital, Tooting Grove, south west London
Administration block of the Grove Hospital, Tooting Grove, south west London (originally in Surrey), one of five new hospitals opened by the Metropolitan Asylums Board in the 1890s for the treatment

Background imageFever Collection: Grove Military Hospital, Tooting Grove, Surrey

Grove Military Hospital, Tooting Grove, Surrey
Children stand at the gates of the Grove Hospital at Tooting Grove, Surrey (now South London) during its First World War service as a military hospital

Background imageFever Collection: Fountain Hospital, Tooting, Surrey

Fountain Hospital, Tooting, Surrey
The Fountain Hospital at Tooting in Surrey (now South London) was opened in 1893 as a fever hospital by the Metropolitan Asylums Board

Background imageFever Collection: Grove Fever Hospital, Tooting Grove, Surrey

Grove Fever Hospital, Tooting Grove, Surrey
Birds eye view of the Grove Hospital, Tooting Grove, Surrey (now South London), one of five new hospitals opened by the Metropolitan Asylums Board in the 1890s for the treatment of infectious

Background imageFever Collection: Silver-grey Dorking hen

Silver-grey Dorking hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Bred by O.F. Cresswell and first prize winner at Ashford, second prize winner at Birmingham 1872

Background imageFever Collection: Japanese bantams, black bantams and Pekin bantams

Japanese bantams, black bantams and Pekin bantams. Mrs. Woodcocks Japanese white bantams, first prize at Crystal Palace 1872. E. Cambridges black bantams, cup winner at Bristol 1873. H. B

Background imageFever Collection: Burial of De Soto on the Mississippi

Burial of De Soto on the Mississippi
Spanish soldiers lower the wrapped body of Hernando De Soto into the Mississippi River. A soldier holds a torch as a priest reads from the Bible

Background imageFever Collection: Grove Hospital, Tooting Grove, Surrey

Grove Hospital, Tooting Grove, Surrey
The Grove Hospital, at Tooting Grove, Surrey (now South London) was one of five new hospitals opened by the Metropolitan Asylums Board in the 1890s for the treatment of infectious diseases such as

Background imageFever Collection: Measles Compared

Measles Compared
The left boy has MEASLES (rougeole), the middle one SCARLET FEVER (scarlatine), the right SMALLPOX (petite verole volante) Can you spot the difference ?

Background imageFever Collection: Rouen ducks

Rouen ducks, Anas platyrhynchos, cock and hen. Bred by J. K. Fowler and winner of cup at Aylesbury. Chromolithograph by Vincent Brooks Day & Son after an illustration by J.W

Background imageFever Collection: White Dorking fowl

White Dorking fowl, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Bred by Miss Fairhurst and first prize winner at Colchester 1873

Background imageFever Collection: White-crested black Polish chickens

White-crested black Polish chickens, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Bred by P. Unsworth and winners of numerous cups and prizes

Background imageFever Collection: Black East India ducks and black Cayuga ducks

Black East India ducks and black Cayuga ducks
Black East India ducks, Anas platyrhynchos, and black Cayuga ducks, Anas rubripes. G. S. Sainsburys black East India duck won the cup at Bristol 1872. The black Cayuga duck were sent by Mr

Background imageFever Collection: Henny or hennie game birds

Henny or hennie game birds, Gallus gallus domesticus. Cock and hen. Chromolithograph by Vincent Brooks Day & Son after an illustration by J.W

Background imageFever Collection: Malay cock and hen

Malay cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus, Rev. A.C. Brookes pair, prizes at Crystal Palace and Birmingham 1871, Dublin 1872

Background imageFever Collection: Dark Brahma cockerel

Dark Brahma cockerel, Gallus gallus domesticus, Lady Gwydyrs Sultan, cup at Middleton 1871, winner at Crystal Palace, Birmingham, Bristol

Background imageFever Collection: Yadil Advertisement

Yadil Advertisement
Advertisement promoting the use of Yadil for treatment of common colds, influenza, coughs, hay fever, sore throats, pneumonia, mumps, scarlet fever, measles, whooping cough, typhoid fever

Background imageFever Collection: Mercedes de Orleans (1860-1878). Qeen of Spain. First wife o

Mercedes de Orleans (1860-1878). Qeen of Spain. First wife of King Alfonso XII. Death from Typhoid fever. Deathbed. Engraving by Arturo Carretero. La Ilustracion Espanola y Americana, 1878. Colored

Background imageFever Collection: Hampstead, the plague-ground of Londoners where the shades of smallpox

Hampstead, the plague-ground of Londoners where the shades of smallpox and fever threaten the innocent holidaymakers
Hampstead, the plague-ground of Londoners... where the shades of smallpox and fever threaten the innocent holidaymakers... Date: 1875

Background imageFever Collection: Scarlet Fever at Barnardos Home

Scarlet Fever at Barnardos Home
A card published by the Barnardos Girls Village Home at Barkingside, Essex, extolling the success of its infection limitation during an outbreak of scarlet fever. Date: 1914

Background imageFever Collection: An art deco sketch of A Spring Fancy showing

An art deco sketch of A Spring Fancy showing dancers in the countryside Date: 1925

Background imageFever Collection: Ayam jallak, Malay game cock

Ayam jallak, Malay game cock, Gallus gallus domesticus. Chromolithograph by Vincent Brooks Day & Son after an illustration by a native Chinese artist rom Lewis Wrights The Illustrated Book of

Background imageFever Collection: Minorca chickens, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus

Minorca chickens, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Bred by A.G. Pitts and cup winners in 1886 and 1887. Chromolithograph by Vincent Brooks Day & Son after an illustration by J.W

Background imageFever Collection: Andalusian chickens

Andalusian chickens, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Bred by H. Leworthy. Cock won first prize at Barnstaple 1871 and hen first prize at Barnstaple 1872

Background imageFever Collection: Golden-pencilled Hamburghs

Golden-pencilled Hamburghs, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Bred by Henry Beldon and cup winner at Crystal Palace 1871

Background imageFever Collection: Brown leghorns or Livorno chickens

Brown leghorns or Livorno chickens, Gallus gallus domesticus. Chromolithograph by Vincent Brooks Day & Son after an illustration by J.W

Background imageFever Collection: La Fleche breed of chickens

La Fleche breed of chickens, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Rare French breed, Poule de la Fleche, Sarthe. Bred by W.C.W

Background imageFever Collection: Plymouth Rock chickens

Plymouth Rock chickens, Sir Thomas and Irene, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Bred by Mrs. Ainsworth and first and second at Birmingham 1886

Background imageFever Collection: Black frizzled fowl, cock and hen

Black frizzled fowl, cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Bred by J. W. Ludlow and third prize in any variety class at Oxford 1872

Background imageFever Collection: Sultan fowls, Gallus gallus domesticus

Sultan fowls, Gallus gallus domesticus. Chromolithograph by Vincent Brooks Day & Son after an illustration by J.W. Ludlow from Lewis Wrights The Illustrated Book of Poultry, Cassell, London, 1890

Background imageFever Collection: Gold-laced bantam and silver-laced bantam cock and hen

Gold-laced bantam and silver-laced bantam cock and hen, Gallus gallus domesticus. Bred by Matthew Leno and winner of first prizes at Crystal Palace and Birmingham 1871

Background imageFever Collection: Guinea fowls

Guinea fowls, helmeted guineafowl, Numida meleagris. Property of J. W. Ludlow. Chromolithograph by Vincent Brooks Day & Son after an illustration by J.W



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