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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on derivation of the name "Ewelme." Transcript, by Cushing, of Osler's note of a photograph taken when the safe at Ewelme was opened in 1906.


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"Three notes from the Duchess of Suffolk to her house steward [William Bylton], with autograph signatures." Notes written by Alice Chaucer, who held the manor at Ewelme with her father Thomas Chaucer, son of the poet, in the 14th century. Incl. ms. notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Ewelme.


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Pamphlet: "Ewelme Plants, Recorded from 1796 to 1799 by John Randolph, Bishop of Oxford," compiled by G. Claridge Druce. Published in the report of the Ashmolean Natural History Society for the year ending December, 1917. Incl. ms. notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding "set of documents for the 14-19th centuries (Taken from the Ewelme Muniments index vol. written in 1880)."


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Cushing's manuscript notes, typed and handwritten, on Osler's unhappy experience with the publication by Dr. Riddle of the "Family Encyclopedia of Medicine" in 1914.


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Manuscript notes marking the date on which the letters in this folder were filed.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding "The Tuberculosis Exposition(?)."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on the American Congress of Tuberculosis.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on Tuberculosis Congresses.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on the "Hebdomadal Council."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Incunabula to 1480.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes.


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Duplicate copy of first page of CUS417/20.9.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on "Israel in Medicine," from the Menorah Journal.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding bibliographies of Osler's works.


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"Classified Bibliography of Sir William Osler's Canadian Period," 1868-1885. Incl. ms. notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding bibliographies of Osler's works.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding works by Osler.


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"Bibliography of Sir William Osler, Bart, M.D., F.R.S.," compiled by Minnie Wright Blogg, Librarian, The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Bibliography covers a period of 49 years, from 1870-1919, and includes 773 titles. Incl. ms. notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding the complete bibliography of Osler's works.


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Bibliography of Osler's writings published in "The Times" from 1907-1919. Incl. ms. notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Revere.


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List of books belonging to the late Elias Brumley of Norwich, on sale at 19 Castle Hill, Norwich, by J.R. Thornley. Incl. ms. notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Edward Revere Osler.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Revere Osler's book collection, donated to the Tudor and Stuart Club upon his death.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes: "Impossible not to work Revere into the Biography." Includes a list of important matters and events relating to Revere to be touched upon in Cushing's book.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on "Revere's little vellum covered note book."


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Notes [possibly by Cushing] describing Revere's activities in the Canadian and British Armies during the First World War.


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"McGill Catalogue Fund." Description of Osler's contributions to Maude Abbott's McGill Catalogue.

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