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Letters dated 1882


Date: 
February 17, 1882
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Review of "Bizzozero's New (?) Blood Element and its relation to Thrombus formation," read by Osler before the Medico-Chirurgical Society. Review from the "Society Proceedings. Medico-Chirurgical Society of Montreal, February 17, 1882. Canada Medical & Surgical Journal, 1881-2, x, 498."


Date: 
April 10, 1882
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Park, Roswell P.
Abstract: 

Osler request information on hydatid disease and would like to know how many specimens of the disease are in the Chicago Museum. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
April 16, 1882
From: 
Francis, Marian
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Francis reports that Osler has just returned from Washington, Philadelphia and New York. While he disliked Washington, he loved Philadelphia. Ogden is sorely missed at McGill. She mentions Mr. Cantlie.


Date: 
May 15, 1882
From: 
Francis, Marian
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Francis wishes Ogden success in New York. The house at 1351 St. Catherine has been renovated, and Dr. Buller and Mr. Cantlie are there enjoying it alone. She relates news of her children. She and Osler attended Oscar Wilde's lecture. She mentions Drs. Rogers, Roddick, and A.C. Edwards.


Date: 
June 15 or 16, 1882
From: 
Francis, Marian
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Francis is sorry that Ogden did not get the appointment he wanted. She remarks that no one can take his place at McGill. Osler has a new student, Johnson, but he misses Ogden. She relates news of her children.


Date: 
June 15 or 16, 1882
From: 
Francis, Marian
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Francis is sorry that Ogden did not get the appointment he wanted. She remarks that no one can take his place at McGill. Osler has a new student, Johnson, but he misses Ogden. She relates news of her children.


Date: 
August 1, 1882
From: 
Francis, Marian
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Francis remarks on Ogden's success and informs him that Osler would like to publish his work on Parasites. Osler has been in Toronto at F. Robertson's wedding to Miss Spragge. She relates news of her family.


Date: 
August 17, 1882
From: 
Bowditch, Henry I.
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Bowditch enjoyed Osler's paper on Empyema. He requests a medical instrument from Dr. Roddick. Bowditch is sorry that his poor health kept him from the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.


Date: 
October 5, 1882
From: 
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Seating plan for the Semi-Centennial Celebration of the Medical Faculty of McGill College at the Windsor Hotel. "Diagram showing position of guests at the different tables." Osler's name appears on the diagram.


Date: 
October 25, 1882
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Osler was sorry that Ogden did not make it to the Festival [the McGill Semi Centennial?]. He sends letters of introduction to Drs. Dorland and Stark, both McGill men in Milwaukee, for Ogden. He encourages Ogden to move to Toronto and offers to give him good introductions there. He relates news of Marian Francis, Mr. Cantlie, Dr. Buller, and Dr. Rogers. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
December 3, 1882
From: 
Francis, Marian
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Francis congratulates Ogden on his appointment in Milwaukee. Everyone was disappointed that Ogden missed the McGill Semi Centennial. The David Morriss Presbyterian College was opened the previous week. She relates news of her family. Osler is not yet engaged, but is much sought after. Bruce Howard died of Diphtheria three weeks ago.


Date: 
December 20, 1882
From: 
Francis, Marian
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Francis wishes Ogden success in his new post. She reports that Dr. Imrie is to marry Miss Buntie, Dr. Lapthorne Smith is engaged, and Rev. Arthur French will marry Miss Gibb. The McGill students are making things "too hot" for Dr. Wright and Dr. Wesley Mill is getting badly snubbed.


Date: 
1878-82
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding H.V. Ogden's work and friendship with Osler, which began in Montreal, and their frequent trips to Francis House. Includes maps and diagrams of residences Ogden and Osler shared.


Date: 
1881-2
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler's study of the brains of criminals. He refers to the criminal's brain Ogden collected for Osler in Rimouski [see CUS417/77.4].


Date: 
1881-2
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler and Philadelphia, Osler's appointment as General Secretary to the Canadian Medical Association, George W. Campbell's death and Wesley T. Mills.


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes concerning Clifford Allbutt, Osler and surgery.


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler and surgery.


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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"Books, 1882. Students' notes. I. Normal Histology for Laboratory and Class Use by W.O. (Mont. 1882)."


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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Extract from the Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, August 23-30, 1882. Reference to Osler's address on Canadian Fresh-water Polyzoa read before the Natural History Society in Montreal, January 29, 1877. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler's involvement in the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Montreal, August 23-30, 1882. Cushing also notes that Roddick succeeded Molson at the Montreal General Hospital in August 1882.


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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Introduction to Osler's "Student's Notes," a pamphlet for his course in Normal Histology, issued in Montreal in 1882. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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Index card with reference to E.A. Spitzka's "Study of the brains of six eminent scientists and scholars belonging to the American Anthropometric Society, together with a description of the skull of Prof. E. D. Cope," from the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, n.s., vol. 21, part 3.


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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Description of courses in Practical Physiology, Normal Histology, Morbid Anatomy, and Clinical Microscopy open to students [at McGill University] in 1882.


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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Notes taken from Osler's account book, 1882.


Date: 
February 24, 1905
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler and the Medico-Chirurgical Society.


Date: 
1879-3
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Notes taken from Osler's diary, 1879-83. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
May 4, 1881 - July 28, 1884
From: 
Francis, Marian
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Extracts from four letters regarding Osler. Francis mentions Dr. Buller and William Francis' admiration for his uncle William. Incl. ms. notes regarding William Molson and T. Wesley Mills.


Date: 
1877-1884
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Maude Abbott's classified bibliography of Osler's works from 1877-1884.


Date: 
1879-1884
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Bibliography of Osler's writings published in the Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Transactions of the Canadian Medical Association, Transactions of the Ontario Medical Association, and other Canadian journals.


Date: 
1868-1885
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"Classified Bibliography of Sir William Osler's Canadian Period," 1868-1885. Incl. ms. notes.

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