There are many wondrous things to be found at the Wellcome Library in London (link).
Some years ago I spend a very happy month at the Wellcome researching the archives of the CSP for my doctorate, and a few days ago I stumbled across a file of photos I’d taken from the archives.
These are images of Dame Rosalind Paget’s original rough notes on forming the first physiotherapy exams for the Incorporated Society of Trained Masseuses between 1907 and 1913 [SA/CSP/P.2/3/2].
Dame Paget was one of the founders of the Society of Trained Masseuses and came from a very influential family of politicians and suffragettes. As well as helping establish the physiotherapy profession in England, she was also a pioneer of midwifery registration.
Note the brutal librarian’s comment on the folder of the final image.