Dr. James Haworth was born 1920 and educated at Baines Grammar School in Poulton Le Flyde, Arnold School in Blackpool, and Edinburgh University. During 1943 to 1946 he was on military service with the Royal Army Medical Corps (major). In 1947, he entered the Colonial Medical Service and was posted to Nigeria as a Medical Officer.
Health survey registers for Maiduguri, Nigeria (1951-1955); annual report and medical statistics, with "a Dissertation on Some Aspects of Bilharziasis [Schistosomiasis] in Bornu Province, North East Nigeria" by Haworth (1952-1953).
Deposited with the Oxford Development Records Project.Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was transferred to the library from the Oxford Development Records Project.Access Conditions
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Listed as no. 1340 in Manuscript Collections in Rhodes House Library Oxford, Accessions 1978-1994 (Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1996).
Haworth | James | b 1920 | Colonial Medical Officer
Medical personnel | Nigeria
Schistosomiasis | Nigeria | Bornu
Great Britain | Colonies | Nigeria
Nigeria | Officials and employees