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"Oslerisms." A collection of Osler's aphorisms.


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"Sir William Osler, Bart., F.R.S." Article copied from "The Periodical" Vol. VII, No. CIV. Short biography of Osler.


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Detailed account of Osler's appointment as Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford, his association with the Radcliffe Infirmary, his dedication to the crusade against Tuberculosis and his support for local medical societies.


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Poem by Pedhammok, written in commemoration of the first anniversary of Osler's death. Includes portrait of Osler and signature "by C.W.G. Rohrer, M.D. of Baltimore."


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List of offices held by the late Sir William Osler in connection with the Royal Society of Medicine from 1907-1920.


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"The Osler Collection," from The Bulletin of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, Vol. XIII, Baltimore, January 1921, No.4, pp. 35-38.


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"Sir William Osler." Brockbank describes his relationship with Osler, which began during Osler's Baltimore days and continued while he was in Oxford. Brockbank, once Editor of the Medical Chronicle, writes of Osler's constant encouragement, his fascination with medical history, and his commitment to medical publications.


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Three illustrations from "The Life of Sir William Osler," by Harvey Cushing: Osler's notes on sketches of leucocytes; Osler's home in Baltimore; and W.A. Johnson's sketch, "The Weston School in the Early Days."


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Clipping from the British Medical Journal concerning Osler's scheme to restore the Tomb of Avicenna at Hamadan. Includes biographical sketch of Avicenna.


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Typescript copy of "Grace Revere Osler: A Memoir," Oxford 1930.


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Detached images from Cushing's biography of Osler.


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Detached image of "The Saint - Johns Hopkins Hospital," from Cushing's biography of Osler. Additional handwritten notes by William Francis on verso.


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William Francis's handwritten corrections for Cushing's biography of Osler.


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Detached images from Cushing's biography of Osler.


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Detached image from Cushing's biography of Osler.


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Detached image from Cushing's biography of Osler.


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List of illustrations with handwritten corrections for Volume II of Cushing's "Life of Sir William Osler."


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List of captions for illustrations from Volume II of Cushing's "Life of Sir William Osler."


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"JHS's Copy" of the list of captions for the illustrations from Volume II of Cushing's "Life of Sir William Osler."


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Detached image of Johns Hopkins Hospital from Cushing's biography of Osler.


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"Personal Characteristics of Sir William Osler," extract taken from the Medical Press. Reprinted in the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. CLXXXII, No. 15.


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"A Critic of Dr. Osler," by C.B. Mosley. Refers to disparaging comments made by Osler before the Medical Journal Club regarding American Colleges.


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Tribute to "Sir William Osler," from the Periodical, Vol. VII, No. CIV, pp. 101-104.


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"Sir William Osler - (first impressions)" by Henry Viets. Account of Osler's activities at the Radcliffe Infirmary.


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Pamphlet: A Patronal Festival for Thomas Willis (1621-1675)," by Henry Viets, with remarks by Sir William Osler. Reprinted from summer number, 1917, "Annals of Medical History." Includes portrait of Osler.


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"Sympathetic Messages Poor into Osler Home" and "Sir Edmund Osler Dies Last of Noted Brothers. Failed to Rally from Attack of Pneumonia - Played Important Part in Business, Education and Social Life of the Dominion. A Guiding Spirit in Many Enterprises," from the Toronto Daily Star, August 5, 1924. [Original was extremely friable - segments missing from article.]


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"Sir Edmund Osler id Dead, An Outstanding Financer," from the Daily Mail and Empire, August 4, 1924. [Original was extremely friable- segments missing from article.]


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"Some Recollections of Sir William Osler, During the War," by Francis A. Winter.


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"Notes for Bibliophiles. Sir William Osler, 1849-1910," edited by Leonard L. Mackall. Clipping detatched from the New York Herald Tribune, September 21, 1924, XI 23.


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"Mrs. H.C. Gwyn. Well-Known Resident of Dundas Passed Away To-day." Announcement of the death of Osler's sister

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