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"Ewelme and the De-La-Poles," by Harry Paintin, member of the Oxford Architectural and Historical Society and editor of "Near Oxford." Article reports that the Oxford Architectural and Historical Society recently visited the Ewelme church and hospital. Osler, the Master of the Hospital, was among the group of visitors. [See CUS417/11.4]


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Pamphlet: "Ewelme," by Rev. J.A. Dodd, Rector of Ewelme, from the transactions of the St. Paul's Ecclesiological Society, Vol. VIII, Part V. [See CUS417/11.10]


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Bulletin of the Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Medical Association, Vol. II, No. 39.


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Pamphlet: "The Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Medical Association...Constitution and By-Laws."


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Bulletin of the Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Medical Association, Vol. V, No. 170.


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Brief history of the Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Medical Association. The Fellowship of Medicine, founded in 1918, owes its existence to Sir Arbuthnot Lane, Sir John MacAlister, and others from the Royal Society of Medicine. It was first known as the Inter-Allied Fellowship of Medicine. Osler became president of the Fellowship in 1919.


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Description of the aims and objects of the Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Medical Association.


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Minutes from the January 9, 1919 meeting of the Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Association, during which time Osler served as President of the association.


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Bulletin of the Fellowship of Medicine, No.13.


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Minutes from the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis in Atlantic City. Trudeau was elected as the first President of the Association, while Osler and Biggs were named Vice-Presidents. Osler was also elected as the Chairman of the International Committee on Tuberculosis.


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Notes taken from Lawrence F. Flick's diary on his trip to Europe. He met with Mr. Schindler and Dr. Pannwitz, with whom he spoke about organizing an International Congress on Tuberculosis in America.


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Pamphlet: "Harvard Library Notes," June 1920, No. 1. Cambridge: Printed at the Harvard University Press. Publication dedicated to Osler.


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History and evolution of the Hebdomadal Council of Oxford University.


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"For the Hebdomadal Council Only. Report of the Medical Committee. The Regius Professor of Medicine attended the Meetings of the Committee." Rules drafted by the Hebdomadal Council for the Faculty of Medicine of Oxford University.


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"Chief Coroner Passes Away. Name of Dr. Arthur Jukes Johnson known far and near. Noted Criminologist." Announcement of the passing of Dr. Johnson, Chief Coroner for Toronto and Crown medical expert.


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Invitation to the third annual public lecture of the Tudor and Stuart Club, founded at the Johns Hopkins University by Osler and Lady Osler in memory of their son, Edward Revere Osler. Professor Edwin Greenlaw, Dean of the Graduate School of the University of North Carolina, will discuss "English Literature and the New Science in the Seventeenth Century."


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Form letter: "The Tudor and Stuart Club takes pleasure in sending you a proof of the book-plate of The Club and reprints of the poem read by Dr. Wight at the first regular meeting, January 16, 1922, and of the address delivered by Professor Schelling at the first open meeting, May 11, 1923." Includes reproduction of book-plate.


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"To Revere Osler," by Carol Wight and "'Sidney's Sister, Pembroke's Mother': A Consideration of the Elizabethan Woman in Her Sphere as a Patron of Learning," by Felix E. Schelling, John Welsh Centennial Professor of English Literature, University of Pennsylvania. Reprinted from "The Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine," November, 1923, Vol. XII, No. 1.


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Invitation to the first open meeting of the Tudor and Stuart Club, founded by Osler and Lady Osler in memory of their son Edward Revere Osler. Felix E. Schelling will deliver an address on "'Sidney's Sister, Pembroke's Mother': A Consideration of the Elizabethan Woman in Her Sphere as a Patron of Learning." Includes handwritten letter to Harvey Cushing from Mary B. [last name undecipherable] commenting on the success of the lecture.


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"The Family of the Faerie Queene," by John Milton Berdan, Ph.D., Professor of English, Yale University. Reprinted from "The Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine," Vol. XII, No. 4, June, 1924.


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"The Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine," Vol. XII, No. 1, November 1923. Published in the Interest of the University and the Alumni.


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Pamphlet: University of London, School of Librarianship at University College. Session 1920-1921.


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"University of London, School of Librarianship. Director's Report, Session 1919-20," written by Ernest A. Baker.


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Announcement from the University of London, University College, School of Librarianship for a summer vacation school for librarians of rural systems, to be held at the Victoria Institute, Worcester.


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Pp. 41-44 from "Medical Lectures: School of Medicine." List of presenters of the Lane Medical Lectures from 1896 to 1921.


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"Memorandum on the Louvain Committee." After the burning of the Library of the University of Louvain, August 25, 1914, an International Committee was organized by the Institut de France, with additional help from the John Ryland's Library and the British Academy. It is possible that Osler was involved in the project through either the British Academy or the John Ryland's Library.


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"Dr. Charles Arthur Mercier," by Henry Viets, M.D.


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List of Officers and Members of the [McGill] Faculty since its origin. Osler served as Chair of Physiology in 1874, and as Registrar in 1877.


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List of Moxon Medalists from 1891 to 1921. Winners of the award include William Jenner, Clifford Allbutt, and Jonathan Hutchinson.


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"Oxford Memorial to Sir William Osler." Reprinted from the British Medical Journal.

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