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Index of items sent by Dock, George


Date: 
April 1, 1920
From: 
Dock, George
To: 
Cushing, Harvey
Abstract: 

Dock sends along his letters from Osler. He has asked Fischel and Baumgarten to look through their papers and send along anything of interest to Cushing. Dock supplies information regarding the authorship and content of an article on Peyronie's Disease published in Medical News in 1902.


Date: 
April 10, 1920
From: 
Dock, George
To: 
Cushing, Harvey
Abstract: 

Dock writes regarding an editorial he wrote in the Physician & Surgeon of Ann Arbor, May 1905. He offers to send Cushing a little volume of Students Notes, Normal Histology, 1882. Osler told him that he originally went to England to study Ophthalmology with Sir William Bowman, but that Bowman encouraged Osler to take up Physiology with Burdon-Sanderson. It was from this point that Osler became interested in Internal Medicine. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
September 21, 1921
From: 
Dock, George
To: 
Cushing, Harvey
Abstract: 

Dock offers information on Osler's connection to a certain stethoscope. He sees no reason to doubt Edwards' note on the matter. He recommends that Cushing contact Dr. M. Howard Fussell, who became Osler's assistant in Philadelphia. Osler writes of Fussell in the introductory chapters of the first edition of "Modern Medicine."