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Letters dated 1918


Date: 
April 1, 1905
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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1918.


Date: 
April 1, 1905
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Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's diary in 1918.


Date: 
(December, 1918?)
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
MacAlister, John Young Walker
Abstract: 

Olser is sad to have missed MacAlister at No.1 this morning. To his surprise Walker is in England. The latter will come back for a meeting in January. States that it is most important to get him to give a plain talk on the truth. Kind comments on Walker. Suggests that the President (of the Royal Society of Medicine) could invite Walker through McCair.


Date: 
December 31, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Farlow, John W.
Abstract: 

Osler sends Farlow a bundle of pamphlets. Hopes that him and Brigham got his letter acknowledging the book. Mentions the many visitors they had. Greetings for 1919. Farlow's explanations of Osler's letter. He sent him a Bill of Mortality of Portsmouth which they needed.


Date: 
December 31, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Garrison, Fielding Hudson
Abstract: 

Osler sends Garrison pamphlets. If they have them at the Surgeon General's Library, he can pass it on to the C.P. of Philadelphia. Comments on Spalding. Invitation to come in England, as he would like to talk with him. Best wishes for 1919.


Date: 
January 18, 1918
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Cushing's note on Ely and Kinsell, their relations with the Oslers.


Date: 
July 26, 1919
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Worthington, Edward
Abstract: 

Osler inquires about a play, "Dr. James Barry."


Date: 
1828-1919
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List of men in the departments of Anatomy, Anatomy and Physiology, Practical Physiology and Histology, and Human Physiology, Jodrell Chair at University College. Signed, T.R. Elliott.


Date: 
1865-1919
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Cushing's handwritten notes concerning Weston, Trinity College School, Rev. W.A. Johnson, and more.


Date: 
1870-1919
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"Bibliography of Sir William Osler, Bart, M.D., F.R.S.," compiled by Minnie Wright Blogg, Librarian, The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Bibliography covers a period of 49 years, from 1870-1919, and includes 773 titles. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
1877-1919
From: 
Unidentified
To: 
Cushing, Harvey
Abstract: 

Bibliography of selected works by Osler from 1877-1919.


Date: 
1899-1919
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Handwritten notes by William Francis regarding Osler's letters to Harvey Cushing.


Date: 
1906-1919
From: 
Thomson, Arthur
To: 
Cushing, Harvey
Abstract: 

Thomson lists the names of outside medical examiners in England between the years 1906-1919. [See CUS417/10.2 and CUS417/10.3]


Date: 
1907-1919
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Bibliography of Osler's writings published in "The Times" from 1907-1919. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
March 27, 1905
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Notes by Dr. M. Sa'eed in "Qanoun" concerning the Tomb of Avicenna at Hamadan.


Date: 
1914-1919
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Keynes, Geoffrey
Abstract: 

Booklet of letters from Osler to Keynes covering the years 1914-1919. Copies made in May 1920.


Date: 
1916-1919
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Duplicate copy of first page of CUS417/20.9.


Date: 
1917-1919
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Notes by William Francis regarding Osler's letters to Harvey Cushing.


Date: 
June 20, 1912
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Klebs, Arnold Carl
Abstract: 

Fock has sent him the catalogue. Osler comments about his content. It would be useful for the Johns Hopkins Medical School, only that it does not worth the price asked. He is glad that Klebs liked the Linacre. Hiersemann sent him a word about an Aderlass Kalender, of which they have a number of the very earliest at the Bodleian. He has asked Fock for the lowest figure for the Pagel Library before writing to Baltimore.


Date: 
1871-1920
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Handwritten notes, possibly by Thomas Archibald Malloch, regarding degrees and diplomas awarded to Osler from October 1, 1871 to May 12, 1920. [See CUS417/8.6]


Date: 
1907-1920
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List of offices held by the late Sir William Osler in connection with the Royal Society of Medicine from 1907-1920.


Date: 
1918-1920
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Brief history of the Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Medical Association. The Fellowship of Medicine, founded in 1918, owes its existence to Sir Arbuthnot Lane, Sir John MacAlister, and others from the Royal Society of Medicine. It was first known as the Inter-Allied Fellowship of Medicine. Osler became president of the Fellowship in 1919.


Date: 
1891-1921
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List of Moxon Medalists from 1891 to 1921. Winners of the award include William Jenner, Clifford Allbutt, and Jonathan Hutchinson.

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