McGill Quick Links

Items classified as Biographical information


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Recollection of Joseph P. Walsh on the pilgrimage suggested by Osler to Louis's tomb in Montparnasse Cemetery. It occurred October 5th, 1905, during the International Congress on Tuberculosis in Paris. Lead by Osler, Dr. Beyer, Dr. Brannan, Dr. Evans, Dr. Jacobs, Dr. Kayserling, Dr. Klebs, Dr. Knopf, Dr. Lowman, Dr. McCarthy, Dr. Magnin, Dr. Maher, Dr. Norton, Dr. Pottenger, Dr. Whitman, and Dr. Walsh. Listened to Osler saying a few words about Louis' life and the sorrow after his son's death.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from the Lancet, Feb. 16, 1907, i, 468. " The Edinburgh Royal Medical Society". It relates the annual dinner where Osler was the guest of the evening.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Copy of a clipping of the London Times. "UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE- EDINBURGH, JUNE 29- THE LORD RECTORSHIP". Osler consents to stand as a non-party candidate for the Lord Rectorship.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Clipping from an unidentified journal. " PROFESSOR OSLER ON NOTIFICATION OF TUBERCULOSIS."


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Notes on the diplomas Osler owned.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's notebook, about his activities in 1913.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Autobiographical notes taken from Osler's diary for 1914.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He arrived at Oxford at 4.15. Osler was in uniform at the station, and he joined him in coming to London. They went to the Brown's Hotel, and with Grace, they went to "Potash and Perlmutter."


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Noted that the Oslers went to Folkestone to inspect Queen's Canadian Hospital. Campbell Gwyn is in Oxford. Revere was in for the dinner. He is etching. Osler is calm despite the activities around him. Heaps of letters for the Oslers to answer. The books are more numerous than ever. Mentions books of Laennec and Jenner.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Noted that Osler is constantly showing him books. He showed him the advertisements of the most celebrated quack, James Graham "Temple of Health" ( Lady Hamilton as Goddess of Health).


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. The Oslers went to Blenheim to the Duke of Marlborough's for lunch. Osler's reminiscences about old times in Montreal. Mentions books. Mrs. Oliver, daughter of Sir Charles Tupper, came to call that afternoon. Details about a book "A Modern Sphynx" (James Barry's story), Colonel E. Rogers. Reference to a book by Astruc of Montpellier and Paris. Osler told him of interesting cases in hospital. Allusion to the amusing rhyme pronouncing of Pepys' name. Noted that Osler's red golf jacket is now 16 years old.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Story of Osler and assumed name of Egerton Y. Davis on his trip for a rest to Atlantic City. Osler went to London after lunch.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Mentions that Osler allowed him to choose from his reprints at his room in the Museum, there he saw Jenner's chair.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Edmund Boyd Osler has cabled to know what Oxford had done concerning the German Professors. Osler went to London.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Mentions that some interesting letters of Withering arrived. Osler has said that he does not much look forward to the next trip to America, he has to rush about so much.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Read Whitering's letters which some descendant sent to Osler for inspection. Revere is printing etchings. Osler went to London to read a paper on typhoid. Cushing's note on the typhoid inoculation. Table of contents of "Papers on Typhoid Fever' , by William Osler.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler made him guess what that tumour really was, he reproaches himself.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Brief story of Osler and his wife and the text-book.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler is pleased that he got Aristotle's' Opera. He had bought Hutchinson's Clinical collection for the Johns Hopkins Hospital. They decorated a small Christmas tree in the drawing room. Osler recalls a school escapade in Dundas and of being expelled.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Farms of Ewelme bring in 5000 pounds a year, and Osler, as Regius Professor and Master gets a little of it. Osler mentioned that since Revere had shown such taste for books, he had changed his will. Osler intends to make a catalogue of Bibliotheca Osleriana McGillensis. Details about his project.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Cases at Radcliffe. Saw Richard Bright's book on Hungary.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Malloch went to Oxford by the the 4.55 train.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He went to Christ Church for dinner with Osler.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Went to Cliveden with Osler to see cases there.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Revere is back, wild about his books. The McGill Unit will sail on the 9th for France. Osler is away at a consultation near Chester.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler leaving for Cheltenham. Osler was really interested when Malloch mentioned the name of Finch in connection with Burley-on-the-Hill.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler went to the Master of Downing's funeral in Cambridge.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. Osler went to London. He worked over the Royal Society books. Mentions his finding. He saw his resignation and withdrawal from the Royal College of Physician in 1914. Says that Riddell is a bit of a scoundrel.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's diary in 1915.


From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from Archibald Malloch's journal. He arrives at Oxford on that day. Mentions that Osler is still getting new things for his library : absolution to an old hospital, diary and bills of astrologer.

Pages