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Letters sent to Brown, Lawrason


Date: 
October 5, 1898
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler is sorry to hear about Brown's illness. He writes that many young fellows have recently come down with tuberculosis.


Date: 
February 18, 1899
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler writes of Herbert Gywn's [his nephew] illness, for which Osler has prescribed a stay in the Adirondacks. He requests information regarding accommodations for his nephew.


Date: 
February 24, 1899
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler writes of his nephew's illness and the good the Sanitarium in the Adirondacks will do for his health.


Date: 
March 8, 1899
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler requests that Brown take good care of his nephew, Herbert Gwyn, while he recuperates from Tuberculosis at the Adirondack Sanitarium.


Date: 
June 20, 1902
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler's distant relative, Jonathon Osler, is suffering from Tuberculosis and is anxious to get into the Sanitarium. Osler requests Brown's assistance in the matter.


Date: 
June 1, 1902
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler writes of Mills , a student from Massachusetts. Osler asks after his cousin, Jonathon Osler, and offers to cover the costs of his treatment for Tuberculosis. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
August 26, 1902
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler asks Brown to do all he can for Jonathon Osler, who suffers from Tuberculosis. Osler has never met his cousin, but Jonathon's father is Osler's first cousin. Osler sends his regards to Dr. Trudeau.


Date: 
October 3, 1902
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler asks Brown to do all he can for his cousin, Jonathon Osler, who suffers from Tuberculosis. Osler offers to pay for his cousin's treatment.


Date: 
October 13, 1902
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler sends his best to Dr. Trudeau. He asks Brown to send his regards to his ailing cousin, Jonathon Osler, who suffers from Tuberculosis. Osler offers to pay for his cousin's treatment.


Date: 
December 8, 1902
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler would like his ailing cousin Jonathon to be moved from the Sanitarium to a boarding house, as his condition is not improving. Osler offers to pay Jonathon's medical bills.


Date: 
March 17, 1903
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler supplies Brown with the names and addresses of two men from whom to get old books, James Thin and George P. Johnston. Osler asks Brown to make sure that his ailing cousin, Jonathon Osler, has all that he needs while he recovers from Tuberculosis.


Date: 
March 30, 1903
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler is glad that his cousin, Jonathon Osler, died peacefully. Osler offers to pay the funeral costs.


Date: 
April 4, 1903
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler offers to pay the medical bills and funeral costs for his late cousin, Jonathon Osler.


Date: 
May 8, 1903
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Arrangements for the death certificate and undertaker's certificate for Osler's cousin, Jonathon Osler. Additional note by B.O. Humpton.


Date: 
November 24, 1903(?)
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Arrangements for settling the estate of Osler's late cousin, Jonathon Osler. Osler is very sad to hear that Dr. Trudeau is ill.


Date: 
February 10, 1904
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Civilities.


Date: 
July 23, 1901
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler believes that it will be difficult for Brown to get an assistant. He writes that Trudeau has been sadly missed at the meeting [British Congress on Tuberculosis]. Osler is happy that Brown is taking charge of the Sanitarium.


Date: 
June 14, 1904
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler sends Brown money for five subscriptions to "Outdoor Life" for himself, the Library of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty, Miss Adelaide Proctor and Mrs. John J. Gibson.


Date: 
July 11, 1904
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler sends Brown a memo of Fracastorius. He sails for England in a few day's time.


Date: 
January 12, 1905
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler writes of the decision of the Executive Committee of The National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis to send a publication to its members. He proposes to republish Bowditch's paper on horse back exercise in the cure for tuberculosis.


Date: 
August 20, 1907
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler asks Brown to cut down his article. He understands how hard it is, gives the example of his text-book that he had to condense. Hopes that Trudeau is well. Civilities.


Date: 
October 15, 1908
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler congratulates Brown on the Tuberculosis number of the Out-of-Door Life. Trudeau's introduction is fine. He asks Brown to give his love to Trudeau. He is sorry not to have been at the Congress but he is off on a long holiday. Three months in Paris and then in Italy. He asks Brown when he will come to England. Hopes to be out in May. Mentions that he is browsing in the Libraries, waiting to the work to begin. Wondering about Brown's collection. Glad that the Journal has been successful. Sorry not to have contribute to it but he was busy with his article for Allbutt's system, with his textbook, and with his own System. Mention of good reviews of Brown's article. Civilities.


Date: 
October 11, 1910
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler is sorry that Brown had an operation, but is glad that he is better. He is disappointed not to have been able to come to Saranac. He is sorry about Trudeau's health problems. Osler mentions a letter from Henry Thomas about Trudeau. Civilities. He invites Brown to come to Oxford.


Date: 
November 9, 1910
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Brown, Lawrason
Abstract: 

Osler is glad that Trudeau is better. He heard rumors of discord at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Osler thinks that Barker has done remarkably well, and that Thayer has been most conciliatory. Some younger men are creating the problems. He asks Brown to say a word to Welch about it. Greetings to his staff.