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Manuscript note: "Memo. Sir William saying 'Prenez!'"


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes containing quotations from the Bible.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes remarking that Osler attended meetings for the refreshments.


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Manuscript note: "Miss Berry's Journals...Lady Hester Stanhope, 6 vols. 1845..."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on "Evil Speaking."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning various aspects of Osler's character.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning the fact that "Osler had none of the merchant in his veins..."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler's ability to "sit at high table with such a learned Aristotelian...as Ingram Bywater..."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning Aristotle.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes containing an extract from one of Osler's addresses: "One of the first questions I ask on visiting a new town is 'where is your medical library...'"


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning Brockbank references.


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Manuscript notes concerning Osler's subscription for the erection of a pier in honour of W.A. Johnson at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene. Additional notes by William Francis.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning "The Doctor's Red Lamp."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on F.P. Henry's article, "The Bookworm," from the Medical Library & Historical Journal, 1903, p. 18."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes: "Sue Pratt. Carlisle's Miscellaneous."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes.


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Handwritten draft of letter from Cushing to "Mrs. Gust[?]" regarding her father's interest in Osler.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding a story involving a nurse in Cape Town, South Africa.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler's habit of carrying a note book.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning Osler's sympathy for others.


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Duplicate copy of CUS417/37.49.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding "Incunabula Medica to 1480."


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler and Bovell.


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Manuscript notes regarding Osler's summary dismissal of a student who was badgering and boring him with his private family troubles.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning Osler's work for Medical News in Philadelphia.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning the American Medical Association, the State Board Examiners, and the Association of Medical Colleges.


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Extract from "Osler: The Student Life," Oxford, Horace Hart, pp.28-30 (Collected Reprints, 1902-7, fifth series, cclvi, 28-30, in Boston Medical Library). Incl. undecipherable ms. notes.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning Welch and Pathology.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes on nurses at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Hurd's article, "The Early Days of the Training School for Nurses at the Johns Hopkins Hospital."

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