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Publisher's advertisement for Cushing's "Life of Sir William Osler."


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Advertisement for Oxford Books, including Cushing's "Life of Sir William Osler," from the New York Sun, December 5, 1925.


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Cushing's "Life of Sir William Osler" appears among the "Week's Best Sellers" in the Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger.


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Advertisement for "Life of Sir William Osler," from the New York Herald Tribune, January 10, 1926.


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Pamphlet: "A Preliminary Account of the Proposal that the Hamilton Medical Society, the Wentworth County Branch of the Ontario Medical Association, Should Take a Leading Part in the Foundation of an Osler Memorial." Autographed by Edward B. O'Reilly.


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"Current Comment. The Great Physicians," from Current, volume 86, number 6. Osler's name appears among the great physicians named by students in a class in medical history.


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"Pulitzer Prize Winners in Fiction, Poetry, Biography, History, and the Drama." Includes sketches of winners Sinclair Lewis, Amy Lowell, Harvey Cushing, Edward Channing, and George Kelly.


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"Congratulations to the Pick of the Bunch of 1925!" from the New York Evening Post Literary Review, May 8, 1926. Includes sketches of Pulitzer Prize winners Sinclair Lewis, Harvey Cushing, Amy Lowell, Edward Channing, and George Kelly.


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Clipping from the Sphere making reference to Cushing's "Life of Sir William Osler," and Osler's "An Alabama Student, and Other Biographical Essays."


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Review in Isis by George Sarton(?), May 1926, No. 26, Vol. viii, pp.358-61 (no clipping attached). Also includes slip from Argus Pressclipping Bureau, New York Times, May 9, 1926 (no clipping attached).


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"The Pulitzer Prizes," from the Daily Mail & Empire, Toronto, Canada, May 7, 1926. Cushing was awarded the Prize for his book, "Life of Sir William Osler."


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"In Little Old New York: Mr. Lewis Tells Why He Wants to Be Pulitzer Prizeless - Gold Medal to a Dying Architect," from the Paris Times, May 22, 1926. Cushing was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his book, "Life of Sir William Osler."


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Extract from article by William Lyon Phelps, in which it is revealed that Cushing feels ashamed that his biography of Osler was so well-received and is pleased with the occasional unfavourable review. [See CUS417/57.59]


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Article lists outstanding biographies from 1925, including Cushing's "Life of Sir William Osler," from the New York Evening Post, December 12, 1925.


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Pamphlet: "Thanksgiving Dinner, 1905. Oxford, November 30th." Osler served as Toastmaster for the Thanksgiving dinner held by the American Rhodes Scholars.


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Seating plan for the Thanksgiving dinner held by the American Rhodes Scholars at Oxford. The Oslers were among the invited guests.


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"Canadian Churchman. The Church of England Weekly Family Newspaper," Toronto, Canada, Vol. 28, No. 24, June 12, 1902. Includes article by Bernard McEvoy, "St. John's Church, Weston," with photograph of Rev. W.A. Johnson, pp. 373-77.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes containing a list of items to research, including the York Co., the Royal Colonial Institute, Upper Canada College, and more.


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"Memo in reply to letter of Mrs. H.P. Wright of date November 2, 1920." History of the province of Quebec and Ontario.


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"Horrible Accident on the Toronto Hamilton Railroad," from the New York Tribune, March 13, 1857. Typescript copies of articles concerning a train accident near Hamilton.


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Latin inscription with heading "Mr. Osler, Rev. E. Lake."


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"Read at the Ellen Osler Memorial Home, December 14th, 1912," notes taken by Mrs. A.E. Williamson.


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Harvey Cushing's signature.


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Visitor's card of Rev. J. Brett Langstaff of Magdalen College House, London and of Stony Brook, Long Island, New York.


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"Copy of Resolution Passed by the Corporation of Trinity College, 8th November 1864. Proposed School Report Committee." Signed by Sydney K. Jones. Tells of the plans of Rev. W.A. Johnson to establish a school at or near Weston.


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Photocopy of W.A. Johnson's note book, pp. 8-33, 36-37, 40-51, 54-97, 200-201, 204-241. Additional notes by Julia Shepley. Includes original envelope with return address Peter Bent Brigham Hospital.


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"Alleged misconduct of school boys," typescript copy of article from "The Reader," April 9, 1866. A serious charge of misconduct and assault was brought against a number of boys from the Trinity College Grammar School at Weston.


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"Trinity College School," by P. Perry, from Trinity University Review, Jubilee Number, Toronto, June 23, 1902, xv, p. 109.


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Biographical sketch of James Bovell in Cushing's(?) handwriting.


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Descriptions of specimens from W.A. Johnson's note book.

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