*The author would like to acknowledge the assistance of the Rockefeller Archive Centre, New York, for awarding a residency grant in 2003, which enabled her to consult the records there.
†Names such as Bombay, Poona and Siam are used as per usage in early twentieth century.
1. Waldemar Mordecai Haffkine (1860–1930): Bacteriologist.
2. Sir Ronald Ross (1857–1932): Member of the Indian Medical Service (IMS). He won the Nobel Prize in 1902 for his discovery of the malaria vector.
3. David Arnold, ‘Colonial Medicine in Transition’, p. 13.
4. William Glen Liston (1872–1950): Bacteriologist, IMS.
5. Sir Dorab Tata (1859–1932): Industrialist and philanthropist.
6. F.P. Mackie : IMS.
7. The India Retrenchment Committee, 1923, headed by Lord ...