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Series ID17086
Previous System LocationB/584-B/587; B/1098-B/1109; RSI13477, SRS1963
TitleRegisters of Letters Received Relating to Hospitals
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Start Date Circa 1/1/1946
End Date Circa 31/12/1971
Date Statement N/A
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Health and Home Affairs / Health Department correspondence

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Items Total Items: 19
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Departmental NumbersN/A
System of Arrangement Chronological and numerical by annual running number within each subject heading
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Agency IDTitleFromTo
126Health and Home Affairs Department 1/1/1946 26/9/1963
105Department of Health 26/9/1963 31/12/1971
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Access Category30 Years
Access ProcedurePermission to access restricted material by RTI
Agency Now Responsible
Agency ID: 11466
Queensland Health
Restriction DetailsN/A
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Series IDTitleFromTo
6679General Correspondence (Health and Home Affairs, Department of Health) 1/1/1946 31/12/1971
8400Special Batches 1/1/1946 31/12/1971
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These registers were created by the Health and Home Affairs / Health Department to record correspondence received relating to hospitals. Each register has a section for each hospital. Each entry in the register gives the number of the letter, the number of any previous and subsequent correspondence, the date of the letter and its registration, the author and the subject of the letter and the action taken. As a top numbering system is used, it is necessary to use the registers to trace the sequence of numbers until the final number is reached. Where final action is given as "Away" see series entitled "General correspondence"; where final action is given as "Away B" or "Away Batch", see series entitled "Special batches".
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Queensland State Archives Series ID 17086, Registers of Letters Received Relating to Hospitals
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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