A report on Archibald Albert Keeling's health after the Great War, featuring
stereotypically bad doctor's handwriting. This is dated 17/3/1919.
Among other details, it says:
His home address was now 297 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth.
He was a yeast merchant
He was in service from 11/12/1915
He was posted to Salonika (which is in Greece).
On 28/05/1918, he contracted amoebic dysentry and malaria.
By the time of the report, he had recovered and appeared in fair general health.
Included are details of a physical examination taken in Winchester on 13/10/1916.