We have made our display cabinet available for our user’s displays

There is a glass display cabinet in the entrance to our library. This cabinet was a gift in the memory of George Henderson Macnab, Consultant Surgeon to the Hospital for Sick Children 1946-1967 & Chairman of the Academic Board of the Institute of Child Health 1950-1967.
For many years it has been home to a display on the subject of J. M. Barrie’s bequest of the royalties for Peter Pan to the Hospital.  
We have now decided to make the cabinet available to our users for appropriate non-commercial displays.  The cabinet is suitable for smaller research posters, for instance.
We hope for a vibrant and relevant turn-over of displays and we trust that George Henderson Macnab would have approved.

Please enquire at ich.library@ucl.ac.uk

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