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Collection Level Description: Diaries of Aubrey Dallas Percival Hodges (photocopies)

Reference: GB 0162 MSS.Afr.s.1782
Title: Diaries of Aubrey Dallas Percival Hodges (photocopies)
Dates of Creation: 1898-1906
Extent: 1 box
Name of Creator: Aubrey Dallas Percival Hodges

Language of Material: eng



Administrative/Biographical History

Lieutenant Colonel Aubrey Dallas Percival Hodges (1861-1946) was educated at Epsom College and London Hospital.

In 1908 he was appointed to the post of Principal Medical Officer in the Uganda Protectorate (1908-1918). He remained in Uganda during the First World War, serving as Lieutenant Colonel commanding the Uganda Medical Service and as Assistant Director of Medical Services for Uganda (1914-1918, mentioned in despatches).

When Hodges returned to England he held the posts of Assistant Resident Medical Officer at the South­East Fever Hospital in New Cross; House Physician, House Surgeon and Resident Accoucheur at London Hospital; and Medical Officer in charge of an investigation into sleeping sickness.

Hodges was awarded the Sudanese Mutiny medal (1898) and the CMG (1910) and was also a fellow of the Royal Institute of Public Health and the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

Scope and Content

Diaries as a medical officer in Uganda. Photocopied manuscript.

Administrative Information

Access Conditions

Bodleian reader's ticket required.

Reproduction Restrictions

No reproduction or publication of personal papers without permission. Contact the library in the first instance.

Further Information

Finding Aids

The library holds a card index of all manuscript collections in its reading room.

Listed as no. 1147 in Manuscript Collections in Rhodes House Library Oxford, Accessions 1978-1994 (Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1996).

Access Points

Hodges | Aubrey Dallas Percival | 1861-1946 | Lieutenant Colonel

Medical personnel | Uganda | Diaries


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