New to the forum, so forgive me any mistakes.
I came across this thread, while not having a direct interest in Salonika Hospitals, I did have the good fortune to pick up a small number of photos and letters to a British Doctor who served in Salonika. His name was Capt.E.H.Roberts, RAMC who was appointed aspecialist in Operative Surgery at No.82 General Hospital, 10/6/1918.
Capt Roberts from the letters appears to have joined up in Sept 1914, and been in France as part of the BEF in Dec 1914, transfering to Salonika in 1918.
1)I have an envelope posted from England to No.82 Hospital, Salonika 23/7/18
2)An official Post Office card ('Postmasters No.65') Indicating Capt Roberts mail should be sent to 'Base Post Office Salonika'. 4/12/1918
3)Greek Telegraph Envelope to 'Capt Roberts 82nd Hospital'
4) 2 Eastern Telegraph Company telegrams (Greek revised form) to Capt Roberts 82nd Hospital dated 18/5/1919 and 9/4/1919
5)Clerical copy from commanding officer 82nd General Hospital to the pay master regarding Roberts 26/6/18
6) Draft letter 6/10/1917, seeking further medical studies when his enlistment ends.
7) Draft letter 7/11/1917, seeking further medical studies when his enlistment ends.
8) Letter from Scottish Medical Service Emergency Committee certifing Roberts as registered to serve with the RAMC, 14/11/1917
9) A letter from War Office to Roberts 19/5/1919, thanking him for his service in the RAMC.
10) Clearance Certificate (officers) Expeditionary Forces 1/5/1919
11) Officers DeMob booklet (AB 471)
12) Small sheet 'Instructions for Officers Dispersed through officers dispersal unit, 26, South Eaton Place, London, SW
13) Envelope from War office containing 9,10,11 and 12 above.
14)A few envelopes letters for other service,
15)2 travel pases to 'Royal Infimary Edinburgh' 26/2/1917 and 15/1/1918
16) I have A number of hand written case notes for 'A Case of Cerebro-spinal fever simulating acute nephritus'. But I think this was for a case in France as he signs them 'Tempt Lt RAMC i/c 12th Brigade RFA'
Finally I have around 20 photos, some showing Capt Roberts in France, then a few showing what must be the voyage out to Salonika, and some shots of what I assume is Salonika hospital and harbour. They were taken with a number of different cameras, so prints are very small and quality is lacking, many being faded or blured. But I've attached pictures of the two nice ones which I think must be Salonika.
Let me know if this is of interest and I will try to provide more details,
The photgraph at the bottom is definately not Salonika. It looks like Istanbul but I am not sure. Why don't you post some more of Salonika and I can let you know. Your collection is very nice but does not help me very much. I want to find the presice position of the allied hospitals in and around Salonika.