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The crusade … against communal uncleanliness’ – Dr Edward Sergeant, Lancashire’s first Medical Officer of Health, 1890 to 1917.

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The crusade … against communal uncleanliness’ – Dr Edward Sergeant, Lancashire’s first Medical Officer of Health, 1890 to 1917. / Halliday, Emma; Karunanithi, Sakthi.
In: Archives - Lancashire history magazine, No. 2, 01.06.2023.

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Halliday, Emma ; Karunanithi, Sakthi. / The crusade … against communal uncleanliness’ – Dr Edward Sergeant, Lancashire’s first Medical Officer of Health, 1890 to 1917. In: Archives - Lancashire history magazine. 2023 ; No. 2.

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