This archival package consist of;
1- Photograph of Dr. Frederick William Augustus Webster, M.D., 1807-1879. PH-51-Webster-3.1. Source: Gifted by Alice Wetmore.
2- Photograph of Dr. Charles Ashton Webster. PH-51-Webster-2. Source: Gifted by Alice Wetmore.
3- Photograph of Dr. Henry Greggs Farish 1st. PH-51-Farish-5. Source: Source: Gifted by Alice Wetmore.
4- Photograph of Dr. Henry Greggs Farish 2nd. PH-51-Farish-7. Source unknown.
5- Photograph of Dr. Joseph Bond. PH-51-Bond-4. Source unknown.
6- Photograph of the interior of an operating room at the first Yarmouth hospital. Source unknown.
7- Photograph of the 1st Marine Hospital on Bunker’s Island. Dated 1897. PH-30-7. Source unknown.
8- Photograph of the 2nd Marine Hospital on Bunker’s Island. Dated 1908. PH-30-7. Source unknown.
9- Photograph old Yarmouth Hospital on Vancouver Street. PH-30-10. Source unknown.
10- Photograph of the Yarmouth Baby Hospital. PH-30-11. Source unknown.
11- Photograph of a mock disaster at the current Yarmouth hospital. Dated 1981. PH-30-18. Source unknown.
12- Short bios of Yarmouth doctors, includes; Dr. Joseph Norman Bond, Dr. Richard Fletcher, Jesse Rice, and Dr. Henry Greggs Farish. Source: Campbell – Pioneers of Medicine in Nova Scotia
13- Article about Dr. James Collins Farish. Source/Date: The Library, 1939.
14- Article about the Milton Library, includes a description of the involvement of local doctors Dr. James C. Farish and Dr. Henry Greggs Farish. Source: The Library.
15- Article about Dr. Douglas Fraser MacDonald. Source/Date: The Vanguard, 1981.
16- Correspondence between Dr. Isreal M. Lovitt and the Yarmouth Woollen Mill Co. Manufacturers Limited. Source/Date: Original document from the Yarmouth Woollen Mill, 1895.
17- Obituary for Dr. Charles Thomas Knowles Fuller. Source/Date: Yarmouth Vanguard, 1972.
18- Reminiscences article with Dr. A.M. Perrin. Source/Date: The Nova Scotia Medical Bulletin, December 1926
19- Article about Dr. A.J. Fuller selling his farm in Arcadia. Source/Date: Yarmouth Telegram, 1920.
20- Short bio for Dr. Albert James Fuller, M.D. Source: Biographical Review, Province of Nova Scotia
21- An article regarding the questioning about an incident involving Mrs. John LeCain at Bunker’s Island Hospital. Source/Date: Yarmouth Herald, 1897
1- Pioneers of Medicine in Nova Scotia
Short bios on Dr. Joseph Norman Bond, Dr. Richard Fletcher, Jesse Rice, Dr. Henry Greggs Farish
2- Medical and Surgical Fees from the Yarmouth Medical Society. Dated 1868. Original source.
3- List of doctors who served in Yarmouth County, NS
B- Dr. Albert James Fuller
1- Dr. Albert James Fuller Short bio. Source: Biographical Review.
2- Article about a property transfer. Dated May 21, 1920. Source: Yarmouth Telegram
C- Dr. Henry Greggs Farish
1- Three sketches made by Dr. Farish. Dated 1801. Original sketches.
2- Signature of Dr. Henry Greggs Farish. Dated 1839. Source: From an original letter in Dr. Farish’s Justice of the Peace position.
3- Article with a short biography of Dr. Henry Greggs Farish. Date unknown. Source: NS Medical Bulletin.
4- Short bio for Dr James Collins Farish. Date and source unknown.
D- Dr. Charles Ashton Webster
1- Letters to Dr. Charles Ashton Webster. Dated 1894 and 1897. Original letters.
2- Invitation to a Military Assembly. Dated October 1, 1866. Original invitation.
3- Certificate from the Majesty’s Court of Japan regarding Dr. Webster’s time on the ship, Iranian. Dated March 9, 1897. Original source.
4- Invitation for a Ball at Killam Hall.
5- Notes on a trip to Japan taken by Dr. Charles Ashton Webster. Dated October 1896 to May 22, 1897. Source: Transcribed from the original.
6- Certificate for the Amateur Fishing Party. Dated July 28, 1898. Original source.
E- Dr. James Collins Farish
1- Article titled, “Doctor, 84, Plans First Flight”. Date and source unknown.
2- Short bio for Dr James Collins Farish. Date and source unknown.
1- Dr. Greggs Joseph Farish (PH-51-Farish-3)
2- Dr. Henry Greggs Farish, 1st
3- Dr. George W. Tooker Farish (PH-51-Farish-2)
4- Dr. Henry Greggs Farish (YMS-1-69)
Doctors in Yarmouth, NS archival package
All material found in these packages is owned by the Yarmouth County Historical Society and is housed at the Yarmouth County Museum and Archives (22 Collins Street, Yarmouth, NS). Credit must be given to, Yarmouth County Archives.
All material in this archival package will be sent digitally to the buyer. Documents will be in PDF and JPEG formats.