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Notes written by Osler on the Canadian Army Medical Corps episode.


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Osler's notes on "Bodley Investigation by Curators of Nicholson's behaviour." Detailed notes on E.W.B. Nicholson's fate as Librarian at the Bodleian Library from November 22, 1911 until June 1, 1912. Nicholson died on March 17, 1912.


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Osler's notes on Macray's Annals. He writes of matters relating to the Bodleian Library at Oxford.


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Osler's notes on Macray's Annals (1868). Osler describes the presentation of Macray's portrait to the Bodleian Library. Incl. ms. notes.


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Osler's notes found on back fly-leaf of "Certain Miscellany Tracts," by Sir Thomas Browne, from Osler's collection. Incl. ms. notes.


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Osler's notes on works by Sir Thomas Browne. [See CUS417/4.13 for more details] Incl. ms. notes.


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Notes by Osler written on the fly-leaf of "A Catalogue of the Libraries of the Learned Sir Thomas Browne..."


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"Books presented to Roy. Coll. of Physicians from time to time," by Sir William Osler. List of works, including name of author and publication date. [See CUS417/5.48]


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"Works presented to the Library of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by Sir William Osler." List of works, including name of author and publication date.


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Osler's notes found in Sir William Petty's Letters 1666-1689, vol. 1, bought on April 27, 1911.


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List of books donated to the Winnipeg Public Library by Osler. Includes transcription of Osler's handwritten inscriptions [See CUS417/5.4]


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"Every book has its natural home" Osler's remarks on a note found in "Amariah Brigham's Journals." Incl. ms. notes.


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Notes, possibly by Osler, on Rabelais.


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Osler's notes found in Leclerc's "Histoire de la Médecine Arabe," 1876. Incl. ms. notes.


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Osler's notes on fly-leaf of Mayerne's "Sommaire Description de la France...," 1640. Incl. ms. notes.


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"Notes on Clubs" Osler lists clubs in Montreal, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Oxford, and London with which he was associated. He reflects fondly on his time spent as a "Club man." Incl. ms. notes.


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Osler's notes found in his copy of "The History of the College Club of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons." Osler is frustrated that the Club has not been able to elect new members. He lists the names of the proposed candidates from October 30, 1911 to November 24, 1912.


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Osler's notes on dinners at the Roxburghe Club and the men who attended them. Incl. ms. notes.


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Notes, possibly written by Osler, on the history of the Mahogany Tree Club of Philadelphia, founded in 1881. Members of the Club included Osler, S. Weir Mitchell, Talcott Williams, William Pepper, Judge Grey, Charles Francis Adams, W.H. Welch, D.C. Gilman and Thayer, among others.


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"Canada's Place in the Empire: Lecture by Dr. Osler," delivered at the Assembly Room, City Buildings, Oxford.


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Osler's notes on his dreams from November 29, 1910 to August 11, 1918.


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In Osler's handwriting: "Addresses to the Weak...By Egerton Y. Davis..." [Osler's pseudonym]


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"MS of Egerton Yorrick Davis, M.D., late U.S. Army of Caughnawauga, P.Q." Osler's humorous biography of Egerton Y. Davis [Osler's pseudonym] and his publishing exploits. Incl. ms. notes, possibly written by Osler.


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Osler's "Notes and Comments, " from the Canada Medical & Surgical Journal, vol. 16, 1887-88. Osler tells the story of a woman who, while in the water closet of a moving train, gave birth to a child, which dropped to the track and was then found alive. Incl. ms. notes. [See CUS417/9.8]


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Osler's "Notes and Comments," from the Canada Medical & Surgical Journal, vol. 16, 1887-88. Osler attempts to quell suspicion surrounding the case of a newborn baby that fell from a moving train. [See CUS417/9.7]


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Osler's notes regarding his resignation from the Royal College of Physicians and the reaction of others to the "Family Encyclopedia of Medicine" affair.


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Osler's notes on his decision to resign from the Royal College of Physicians. He is furious that the College did not defend him in the "Family Encyclopedia of Medicine" affair, but instead made him out to be the culprit.


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"Memorandum for Dr. McCrae," by William Osler. This lecture was sent by Osler to be read at the Introductory Exercises of Jefferson Medical College, 1914. Osler recalls his early days in Philadelphia: the books that impressed him, and the men of Jefferson College he admired. Incl. ms. notes.


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"Collected Reprints, Fifth Series," by William Osler, Regius Professor of Medicine, Oxford University.


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Osler's notes about the complete bibliography of his writings, which covers up to January 1, 1907. Incl. ms. notes.

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