Hospital Records and Record-Keeping, c. 1850-c. 1950, Part II: The Development of Record-Keeping in Hospitals

  • Barbara Lazenby Craig

Author Biography

Barbara Lazenby Craig
Barbara L. Craig became the Archivist of York University, Toronto, in January 1989. She worked previously at the Archives of Ontario, where she was the archivist responsible for records of the provincial Ministry of Health, including the records of public general hospitals. In 1989, she completed a degree in the Doctorate Programme of the School of Library Archive and Information Studies, University of London, England; her dissertation was entitled "Hospital Records in London, England and the Province of Ontario, Canada, 1880 to 1950." She is a past president of the Association of Canadian Archivists (1983-84), currently Chair of the Publications Committee of the ACA, Chairperson of the Ontario Council of Archives, and also a fellow of the Founders College at York University. The first part of her study of hospital records appeared in Archivaria 29 (Winter 1989-90).
How to Cite
Craig, Barbara Lazenby. 1990. “Hospital Records and Record-Keeping, C. 1850-C. 1950, Part II: The Development of Record-Keeping in Hospitals”. Archivaria 30 (January).

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