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Fulham 1927

Annual report of the Medical Officer of Health for the year 1927

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In bed with 2 persons and:—

no other in room in4 cases.
1 other in room in4 „
2 others in room in2 „
In bed with 3 persons and no other in room in1 case.
178 cases.

Table XV.

Occupations of 89 Tuberculous Men in 1927.
1 Apprentice—Building trade.1 Packer.
1 Apprentice—Decorative artist.3 Painters.
1 Book-keeper.2 Plasterers.
1 Bus conductor.1 Plumber.
2 Carpenters.1 Policeman.
1 Cabinet-maker.1 Printer.
3 Chauffeurs.1 Salesman.
1 Chemist's assistant.1 Scaffolder.
11 Clerks.1 School master.
1 Coal porter.1 Shop manager.
1 Compositor.1 Shop hand.
1 Cook.3 Shoemakers.
1 Costermonger.1 Stage manager.
3 Decorators.1 Show card writer.
3 Engineers.1 Store keeper.
1 Farmer.2 Students.
1 Furniture remover.1 Tailor.
1 Gas meter tester.2 Travellers.
1 Glass blower.1 Van boy.
2 Greengrocers.1 Vacuum cleaner attendant
1 Hair dresser.1 Waiter.
1 Handyman.2 Warehousemen.
9 Labourers.1 Window cleaner.
1 Milk roundsman.1 Wood chopper.
2 Motor mechanics.1 Yard foreman.
3 Officer messengers.1 Stoker.
Occupations of 77 Tuberculous Women in 1927.
1 Capper.2 Machinists.
1 Canvasser.1 Milliner.
10 Clerks.1 Nurse.
6 Domestics.5 Packers.
1 Dressmaker.5 Shop assistants.
1 Factory hand.1 Telephonist.
36 Housewives.1 Theatre manageress.
2 Laundresses.1 Upholstress.
1 Lift attendant.1 No occupation.
19 Boys under 15.14 Girls under 15.