Supplemental Images

This page will contain supplemental images to those contained in the narratives and historiographical unpacking chapters.

 

The John Snow Pub [bright green square] is at the corner of Broadwick and Lexington (formerly Cambridge) Streets; London Street Finder, 17.

The John Snow Pub [bright green square] is at the corner of Broadwick and Lexington (formerly Cambridge) Streets; London Street Finder, 17.

UK. GBoH. Medical Council, Appendix to Report of CSI (1855). Schedule, 40 Broad Street (345a, detail).

UK. GBoH. Medical Council, Appendix to Report of CSI (1855). Schedule, 40 Broad Street (345a, detail).

UK. GBoH. Medical Council, Appendix to Report of CSI (1855). Schedule, 40 Broad Street (345b, detail).

UK. GBoH. Medical Council, Appendix to Report of CSI (1855). Schedule, 40 Broad Street (345b, detail).

 

 

 

 

UK. GBoH. Medical Council, Appendix to Report of CSI (1855). Mortality during 1854 London cholera epidemic (after 106). Original adapted by Michael Rip for CCSoM, 308.

UK. GBoH. Medical Council, Appendix to Report of CSI (1855). Mortality during 1854 London cholera epidemic (after 106). Original adapted by Michael Rip for CCSoM, 308.

CIC (1855). A. Mr. York's map of the drainage at 40 Broad Street, after an examination conducted 1 May 1855 (after 170).

CIC (1855). A. Mr. York’s map of the drainage at 40 Broad Street, after an examination conducted 1 May 1855 (after 170).

CIC (1855). B. Mr. York's map of the drainage at 40 Broad Street, after an examination conducted 1 May 1855 (after 170).

CIC (1855). B. Mr. York’s map of the drainage at 40 Broad Street, after an examination conducted 1 May 1855 (after 170).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Lea Hurst, the original home of the Nightingales in a sketch by Parthenope [Nightingale], is now an old people’s home” (Huxley, 55).

“Lea Hurst, the original home of the Nightingales in a sketch by Parthenope [Nightingale], is now an old people’s home”; Huxley (1975), 55.

Florence Nightingale with her tame owl, Athena, circa 1850; drawing by Parthenope Nightingale (Lady Verney). Woodham-Smith (1982), frontispiece.

Florence Nightingale with her tame owl, Athena, circa 1850. Drawing by Parthenope Nightingale (Lady Verney); Woodham-Smith (1982), frontispiece.

 

 

 

 

 

“Opposite [page 51]  Florence Nightingale sitting by a window at Lea Hurst: a portrait, now at Claydon House, which shows her in a reflective mood” (Huxley, 50).

“Opposite [page 51] Florence Nightingale sitting by a window at Lea Hurst: a portrait, now at Claydon House, which shows her in a reflective mood”; Huxley (1975), 50.