Letter from Molly Brazier to William Grey Walter, 9 January 1948

Made:
1948-01-09
part of archive:
Papers relating to the clinical and experimental neuroscientific work carried out at the Burden Neurological Institute
maker:
Brazier, Mary Agnes Burnston Brown

Reports that the Boston frequency analyser is now working normally and suggests that the troubles may have vanished with the summer humidity. Notes current Army sponsored research into the effects of sleeping pills on the E.E.G. Offers to report any new findings of Walter's to the Eastern E.E.G. Association in Montreal on 27 February. Notes the redecoration of the offices at Massachusetts General Hospital and suggests that she is considering having "ruffled curtains of white Organdie for my room and Annie's just to show we are both feminine".

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Identifier:
BURD/A/11/MB12

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