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Items classified as Osler's notes on books


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Quotation from Osler's address, "The Library School in the College," in Cushing's handwriting.


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Notes taken from Osler's 1502 Walnut Street note book regarding Egerton Y. Davis. Additional notes by William Francis.


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Notes taken from Osler's pocket note books. Incl. ms. notes.


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Excerpt from Osler's writings on the World Commission, in Cushing's handwriting.


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Quotation by Osler, in Cushing's handwriting.


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"Scraps from W.O.'s pocket note-book, 'Where is it'." Includes notes from Philadelphia, Baltimore and Oxford days, as well as quotations, stories, poems, information on rare books, research notes, and personal thoughts.


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Excerpt from Osler's tribute to William Pepper, published in "American Medical Biographies."


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"Faith Healing," by Osler, from "Textbook," 7th Edition, 1909, p. 1095.


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Reproduction of Osler's(?) handwritten notes concerning a conjoint Oxford and Cambridge Physiology Paper. Incl. ms. notes on verso.


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"The Campaign Against Venereal Disease," by William Osler, from the British Medical Journal, May 26, 1917.


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"Some of Sir W. Osler's dictated letters of 1919 (continued)," from Miss Smart's notebook. Unfinished letter to Harvey Cushing regarding Vesal.


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Extract from Osler's "The Master Word in Medicine."


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Extract from Osler's "The Future of the Medical Profession in Canada," 1918.


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"From W.O.'s Note book, Toronto, Jan. 1, 1870," regarding Osler's work with entozoa. Incl. ms. notes.


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Various descriptions of specimens [in Osler's handwriting?].


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Notes taken from Osler's diary, 1873, regarding his travels in Europe.


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Notes taken [in Osler's hand?] on medical cases. Extract. Pages numbered 12-16.


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Extract from article by Osler, "The Medical Clinic," in which he writes of his autumn semester in Berlin in 1873.


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Notes taken from Osler's diary, 1875.


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Entry from Osler's account book, 1875.


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Notes taken from Osler's diary, 1876.


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Notes by Osler from 1873 regarding cases of Trichinosis in Canada. According to Cushing, this information was published in a paper dated July 17, 1876.


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Notes taken from Osler's diary, 1877. Incl. ms. notes.


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Pamphlet: "Transient Attacks of Aphasia and Paralyses in States of High Blood Pressure and Arterio-Sclerosis," by William Osler, Regius Professor of Medicine, Oxford. Reprinted from the Canadian Medical Association Journal, October 1911.


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Notes taken from Osler's diary, 1879-83. Incl. ms. notes.


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Notes taken from Osler's diary, 1880. Incl. ms. notes.


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"Catalogue of a Series of Specimens Illustrative of the Morbid Anatomy of the Brain and Spinal Cord," exhibited at the Ottawa meeting of the Canadian Medical Association, September 1-2, 1880, by William Osler.


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"Biology Notes," by Professor Osler, M.D., McGill College. Incl. ms. notes.


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Notes taken from Osler's account book, 1881.


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"Monthly meeting March 28, 1881. President Drs. Hunt, Selwyn & Osler to act as delegation at Cincinnati meeting of Assoc. for Advancement of Science to promote acceptance of invitation to meeting Montreal" and "Sommerville Lecture, March 3, 1881. On the Brain as a Thinking Organ by Dr. Osler. Can. Nat. Ns. Vol X, p. 1883."

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