Papers relating to the personal interest of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn in migraine; and, personal recollections of Fairbairn in the context of self-analysis. Edit

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MS.50169
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English

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  • 1919-circa 1955. (Creation)

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    94 folios.

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  • Language of Materials

    English

  • Scope and Contents

    The papers in this file have been arranged by theme.

    Psychic experiences of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn.

    Manuscript note, 1919, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recorded on a postcard. The note outlines an incident experienced by Fairbairn, and others, on 11 December 1919 which he questions whether it was not a psychic experience. Folio 1.

    Papers relating to the personal interest of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn in migraine.

    Extracts and offprints, 1923-1950, of articles on the subject of migraine.

    The extracts are arranged chronologically.

    Extract, 1923, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of an article, ‘Treatment of Migraine by Calcium Lactate’, by A Douglas Bigland. The article has been annotated by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn. Folio 2.

    Extract, 1924, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of a letter, ‘Sugar and Migraine’, contributed by Dr H Bazett. Folio 3.

    Extract, 1925, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of an article, ‘A Protein Poison Theory: Its Application to the Treatment of Headache and Especially Migraine’, by R Curtis-Brown. The article has been annotated by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn. Folio 4.

    Offprint, 1926, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of an article, ‘On Migraine’, by Edwin Bramwell. The article has been annotated by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn. Folios 5-10.

    Extract, 1926, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of an article, ‘British Medical Association. Proceedings of Sections at the Annual Meeting, Nottingham, 1926. Sections of Neurology and Psychology and of Ophthalmology. E Farquhar Buzzard ... in the Chair. Discussion on Migraine.’ Folios 11-16.

    Extract, 1927, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of letters contributed by J Fletcher and J W Yeatman on the subject of ‘Migraine and Acetonuria’. Folio 17.

    Extract, 1927, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of two letters: ‘Migraine’, contributed by D Fraser-Harris; and, ‘Migraine and Acetonuria’, contributed by P J Cammidge. Folios 18-19.

    Extract, 1927, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of a letter, ‘Migraine and Acetonuria’, contributed by Marmaduke Fawkes. Folio 20.

    Extract, 1927, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of an article, ‘Reports of Societies. Migraine’. Folio 21.

    Extract, [?1927], of an article, ‘The Nature of Migraine’. Folios 22-23.

    Extract, 1928, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of an article, ‘Epitome of Current Medical Literature. Medicine. 1. Etiology of Migraine’. Folio 24.

    Extract, [1933], of an article, ‘Migraine’. Folios 25-26.

    Extract, 1934, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of a review, 453, of the ‘Psychological Basis of Migraine’, by Grace A Touraine and G Draper. Folio 27.

    Extract, 1936, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of an article, ‘Ciliary (Migrainous) Neuralgia and its Treatment’, by Wilfred Harris. Folios 28-29.

    Extract, 1936, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of a letter, ‘Migraine and Intercranial pressure’, contributed by Eugene Földes. Folio 30.

    Abstract, 1937, of an article, ‘The Migraine Syndrome’, by T J C von Storch, published in the ‘New England Journal of Medicine’. Folios 31-32.

    Cover and extract, 1940, from the ‘Edinburgh Medical Journal’. The extract is of an article, ‘Migraine and Biliousness’, by D M Lyon. Folios 33-42.

    Extract, 1950, from the ‘British Medical Journal’ of an article, ‘Migraine’, by Macdonald Critchley. Folios 43-44.

    Notes, 1924-1929, 1953, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn, concerning migraine.

    Manuscript notes, [?1924] and [?1925], of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recording references to articles on migraine and epilepsy in various publications. Folios 45-46.

    Letter, 1928, of Agnes Turner to William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn. The letter contains detailed notes on the subject of migraine. Folios 47-56.

    Notes, 1929, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recording an account of a migraine attack experienced by him on 26 June 1929. Folio 57.

    Manuscript note, [circa 1929], of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recording the names of doctors, and others, whom he knew to suffer from migraine. Folio 58.

    Manuscript note, [circa 1929], of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recording the symptoms of migraine. Folio 59.

    Manuscript notes, 1953, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recording an account of a migraine attack experienced by him on 22 December 1953. Folio 60.

    Manuscript notes, 1929-[circa 1955], of recollections of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn of a self-analytical nature.

    Manuscript notes, 1929, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn concerning experiences at school and feelings of self-consciousness. Folio 61.

    Manuscript notes, [1929], ‘Early memories’, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn. Folios 62-64.

    Manuscript lists, [circa 1930-circa 1950], of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recording details of early memories. Folios 65-67.

    Manuscript note, [circa 1955], of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recording an incident he experienced as a child. Folio 68.

    Manuscript notes, [circa 1929-circa 1955], of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn concerning self-analysis.

    Sample, [circa 1929], of the handwriting of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn written to be assessed graphologically. The graphologist’s comments are recorded under the sample. Folio 69.

    Manuscript notes, 1939, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recording personal reflections on the subject of anxiety and urinary retention in his childhood. Folios 70-77.

    Manuscript notes, [circa 1955], of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn, headed: ‘Circumstances in which urinary retention developed as a sympton’. Folios 78-86.

    Manuscript notes, [circa 1955], of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn on personal anxieties. Folios 87-89.

    Manuscript notes, [circa 1955], of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn recording feelings of guilt. Folios 90-92.

    Original folder.

    Folder, annotated by William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn: ‘Migraine XX’. Folios 2-60 were contained in the folder. Folios 93-94.

  • Bibliography

    Bibliography for the papers, of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn, concerning migraine. The bibliography is arranged alphabetically by the titles of the offprints and extracts.

    ‘British Medical Association. Proceedings of Sections at the Annual Meeting, Nottingham, 1926. Sections of Neurology and Psychology and of Ophthalmology. E Farquhar Buzzard in the Chair. Discussion on Migraine. Opening papers’ by Edwin Bramwell (folios 11-13); ‘Migraine from the Opthalmic Standpoint’ by W Halliburton McMullen (folios 13-14); and, ‘General Discussion’ (folios 14-16):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (30 October 1926) pages 765-775.

    ‘Ciliary (Migrainous) Neuralgia and its Treatment’, by Wilfred Harris (folios 28-29):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (7 March 1936) pages 457-460.

    ‘Epitome of Current Medical Literature. Medicine. Etiology of Migraine’ (folio 24):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (7 January 1928) page 1.

    ‘Migraine’, by D Fraser-Harris (folio 18):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (5 February 1927) page 260.

    ‘Migraine’ (folios 25-26):

    (1933) pages 135-137.

    ‘Migraine’, by Macdonald Critchley (folios 43-44):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (28 October 1950) pages 996-997.

    ‘Migraine and Acetonuria’, by J Fletcher (folio 17):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (29 January 1927) page 215.

    ‘Migraine and Acetonuria’, by J W Yeatman (folio 17):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (29 January 1927) page 215.

    ‘Migraine and Acetonuria’, by P J Cammidge (folios 18-19):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (5 February 1927) pages 260-261.

    ‘Migraine and Acetonuria’, by Marmaduke Fawkes (folio 20):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (12 February 1927) page 306.

    ‘Migraine and Biliousness’, by D M Lyon (folios 33-42):

    ‘Edinburgh Medical Journal’ volume 47, number 3 (March 1940) pages 177-191.

    ‘Migraine and Intercranial Pressure’, by Eugene Földes (folio 30):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (4 April 1936) pages 719-720.

    ‘The Migraine Syndrome’, by T J C von Storch (folios 31-32):

    ‘Abstract Series, Number 21’ by J Flint, Sandoz Products (London, 1937).

    ‘The Nature of Migraine’ (folios 22-23):

    (Circa 1927) pages 33-35.

    ‘On Migraine’, by Edwin Bramwell (folios 5-10):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (30 October 1926) pages 765-769.

    ‘A Protein Poison Theory: Its Application to the Treatment of Headache and Especially Migraine’, by R Curtis-Brown (folio 4):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (24 January 1925) pages 155-156.

    ‘Reports of Societies. Migraine’ (folio 21).

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (26 February 1927) page 376.

    Review of ‘Psychological Basis of Migraine’, by Grace A Touraine and G Draper (folio 27):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (15 December 1934) page 92.

    ‘Sugar and Migraine’, by Dr H Bazett (folio 3):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (11 October 1924) page 696.

    ‘Treatment of Migraine by Calcium Lactate’, by A Douglas Bigland (folio 2):

    ‘British Medical Journal’ (15 December 1923) pages 1133-1134.

    Bibliography of the notes of William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn, concerning Fairbairn`s early memories.

    Folios 62-64; 70-72; and 76-77 are printed in Sutherland, John D, ‘Fairbairn’s Journey into the Interior’, (London, 1989).

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