A Lawson Tait bed

The doctors recommended a special bed to aid in Phyllis Vansittart Neale’s recovery from influenza.

30 December 1918

Left Lawn for EVN’s flat. Luggage ready by 11 o’clock.

Called at Hospital. Found Mr Edmunds very full of “Lawson Tait” bed & mattress. So H & I took Johnson to flat & went on to Mortimer St. Heard it had to come from Birmingham.

Went Hospital & lunch at Lawn.

Diary of Florence Vansittart Neale of Bisham Abbey (D/EX73/3/17/9)

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