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Announcement of the presentation of the Moxon medal to Jonathan Hutchinson, for his long a valuable services to clinical medicine.


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"Wales and its Medical School," from The Lancet, October 31, 1925, p. 925. Article refers to the controversy regarding the government of the Welsh National School of Medicine.


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Announcement of Dr. Thomas Banks Strong's appointment as Bishop of Oxford, from "The Periodical," Vol. X, No. 131, p. 154.


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Advertisement for "The Life of Sir William Osler," by Harvey Cushing, from "The Spectator."


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Advertisement for "The Life of Sir William Osler," by Harvey Cushing, from the "Times Literary Supplement."


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Advertisement for "The Life of Sir William Osler," by Harvey Cushing, from "The Times."


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Obituary notice for Sir Rickman Godlee, the Biographer of Lister, from "The Times."


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"Book of the Day. William Osler. Physician and Scientist." Review article for Cushing's, "The Life of Sir William Osler," from "The Times."


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"Suggested Scheme for the Restoration of the Tomb of Avicenna," from the proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, Vol. VII, 1914.


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"Memo for Osler Tribute List." Refers to Osler's seventieth birthday.


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Notes by William Francis concerning Cushing's biography of Osler and Miss Shepley.


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Reproduction of the menu of a dinner given by Osler to the American Physiological Society on December 27, 1894. [See CUS417/42.2]


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Undecipherable. Possibly title page from Father Johnson's Specimen Book. [See CUS417/43.6]


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Drawing. Ms. notes on verso says, "Return to Mrs. Arthur Johnson."


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Pamphlet: "The Bodleian Quarterly Record," Vol. II, No. 24, 4th Quarter 1919. Printed for the Bodleian Library by Frederick Hall, January 31, 1920. Includes a tribute to the late Osler, pp. 298-9.


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Pamphlet: "The Bodleian Quarterly Record," Vol. II, No. 22, 2nd Quarter 1919. Printed for the Bodleian Library by Frederick Hall, July 28, 1919.


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"What the World Might Have Missed: The Great Work Done By Men Over Forty," by W.A.N. Dorland from Century Magazine, pp. 113-126. Refers to Osler's comments regarding the lack of high achievement among men over forty.


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"The Medical Department in the Lines of Communication, A.E.F.," by Francis A. Winter. Address delivered at the annual meeting of the Faculty, April 23, 1919. Reprinted from the Bulletin of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, Vol. XI, No. 8, May 1919. Osler is mentioned on p. 171.


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From the Scientific Notes and News section of "Science," Vol. LI, No. 1319, p. 364-5, mention of the memorial meeting to the late Osler at Johns Hopkins University, March 15, 1920.


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Pamphlet: "American University Union in Europe," January 1920, Peace Series No. I. Osler is mentioned on p. 24.


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Pamphlet: "The Prevention and Arrest of Venereal Disease in the Army: The Policy of the Ostrich," by J.G. Adami. Reprinted from "The Journal of State Medicine," March 1919. Includes inscription: "To Harvey Cushing with the compliments of J.G.A."


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Pamphlet: "University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire...Annual Report of the Council to the Court of Governors (October 1, 1915 to September 30, 1916)" Osler's name appears on p. 5 as an appointee to serve on the Royal Commission to inquire into the organization and work of the University of Wales and its three constituent colleges.


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"Dr. Munro's Work in Vienna," compiled by Eglantyne Jebb. She details Munro's activities as the representative in Vienna for the Save the Children Fund and the Friends' Emergency Committee. [See CUS417/51.14]


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Advertisement for the Save the Children Fund.


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Pamphlet: "Children and the Famine," produced by Save the Children Fund.


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Pamphlet: "Annual Report of the Council to the Court of Governors (October 1, 1917 to September 30, 1918) Osler is mentioned on pp. 15-18 concerning his involvement in establishing a Professorship of Preventative Medicine in connection with the University of South Wales and Monmouthshire.


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Pamphlet: "University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire...Annual Report of the Council to the Court of Governors (October 1, 1914 to September 30, 1915)" Osler is mentioned on p. 9.


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Letter to the Editor of the New York Herald, "What is the Duty of a Physician? To Improve War or Advance Peace?" by A.A. Warden. In it, Warden mentions Osler's address, "The Old Humanities and the New Science."


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"International Surgical Congress Begins at Faculté de Médecine," "Dr. Mayo Lauds Benefits of Medicine During War," and other short articles from the New York Herald, July 20, 1920.


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Copy of address by Dr. J.C. Wilson at the farewell dinner in New York in response to the toast, "Dr. Osler in Philadelphia, Teacher and Clinician."

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