"Dr. Halliday Sutherland is a born writer, especially a born story-teller. Dr. Sutherland, who is distinguished in medicine, is an amateur in the sense that he only writes when he has nothing better to do. But when he does, it could hardly be done better” – G.K. Chesterton
These photographs are not “new” in the sense that they were recently created, but in the sense that they have not been published on the Internet before, they are.
This portrait of Halliday Sutherland was taken in 1910:
The second photograph below shows a class in the Regent’s Park Open-Air School in December 1911. The school was located in a bandstand in Regent’s Park, for children who were at risk of developing Consumption—the disease that ensues when tuberculosis infects the lungs.
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