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Flo-Motion: Nightingale in Wellcome Sound and Vision

An exploration of audio visual material from the collections of the Wellcome Library with a connection to Florence Nightingale.


An exploration of audio visual material from the collections of the Wellcome Library, with a connection to the life and legacy of Florence Nightingale. From the starting point of a recording of Nightingale's voice, the talk will discuss the treatment of injured soldiers from both World Wars, air Public Health films from the 1940s and reveal the curious connection between Nightingale, Henry Wellcome and the dawn of television.
A talk by Ross MacFarlane, Research Officer at the Wellcome Library.
The lecture will be followed by a free glass of wine and an opportunity to view the museum.
Admission price £7.00. To book, please contact Katie Edwards on katie@florence-nightingale.co.uk or 020 7620 0374.
Thursday 24th November at 6.30pm in the Florence Nightingale Museum.


Speaker(s):

Mr Ross McFarlane | talks

 

Date and Time:

24 November 2011 at 6:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

Florence Nightingale Museum
Gassiot House
2 Lambeth Palace Road
London
SE1 7EW
020 7620 0374
http://www.florence-nightingale.co.uk

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Tickets:

£7.00

Available from:

Admission price £7.00. To book, please contact Katie Edwards on katie@florence-nightingale.co.uk or 020 7620 0374.

Additional Information:

The lecture will be followed by a free glass of wine and an opportunity to view the museum.

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