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Report from a meeting to discuss the creation of the Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland. Osler's name appears among the list of attendees. Incl. ms. notes.


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Form letter inviting physicians to become members of the newly formed Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland, signed by Clifford Allbutt, G.A. Gibson, James Little, Osler, and R. Douglas Powell. Incl. ms. notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Gen. G.C. Jones and Adami's story about the Canadian Army Medical Corps squabble.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes about the Bodleian Library at Oxford.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on the Bodleian Library at Oxford.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Sir Thomas Browne.


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Notes on variations between the different manuscripts of Sir Thomas Browne's "Religio Medici." Incl. ms. notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Sir Thomas Browne.


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Report of Osler's speech at the unveiling of the Sir Thomas Browne memorial. Osler spoke of Browne's ideal education, which included living abroad for two years. This allowed Browne to became a "citizen of the world".


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding the Sir Thomas Browne memorial.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler's collection of the "Religio Medici."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler and the "Religio Medici."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding A.C. Klebs, H.B. Jacobs and works by Sir Thomas Browne.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler and his rare book acquisitions.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding libraries.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes.


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Cushing's manuscript notes (typed and handwritten) regarding Dr. Walter B. James's memories of Osler and his fascination with rare books.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler's acquisitions for the Library at Oxford.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler's Club associations.


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"Studies in Jocular Literature," by W. Carew Hazlitt.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Ingram Bywater.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on "Characteristics."


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Chapin's handwritten notes regarding Osler's travel during the years 1893-1909.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Sir J. William Dawson.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding positions held by Osler.


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Manuscript note regarding the trouble Osler willingly took to introduce people to American clinics.


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Five handwritten notes by Cushing, under heading "Characteristics."


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Cushing's manuscript note regarding an Editorial: "Cremation," published in Canada Medical & Surgical Journal, August 1884. xiii, 54-6, possibly written by Osler.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding an article on "Cremation," published in July 1887, possibly written by Osler.

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