Letter dated January 25, 1921. Reminiscences of Osler's visit at the Hospital at Cliveden where he was going every Monday. Account of his visit less than a week after Revere died. She is sure that it is Revere's death that really killed him. Details of his work. Mentions the careful attention he gave to everybody, his devotion to the Canadians. Mentions his attentions and his kindness. Her children adored him. His force was to make them all want to give more. Waldorf shares her admiration of Osler.
Index of items sent by Astor, Nancy
August 31, 1917