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Clipping from The Lancet. "LONDON : SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1913-EDUCATION AND EXAMINATION." Publication of an address of Osler.


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Clipping from The Medical World of November 20, 1913. "THE SYPHILIS OF THE LIVER WITH THE PICTURE OF BANTI'S DISEASE- By Sir WILLIAM OSLER, Bt., M.D. , F.R.S.- Paper read at the Royal Society of Medicine, Oct. 30th, 1913."


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Extract from the British Medical Journal, January 2, 1914. "AN ADDRESS ON THE MEDICAL CLINIC : A RETROSPECT AND A FORECAST. DELIVERED BEFORE THE ABERNETHIAN SOCIETY, ST.BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL, LONDON, DECEMBER 4TH, 1913, BY SIR WILLIAM OSLER, Bt., M.D., F.R.S., REGIUS PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE, OXFORD."


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Copy of the obituary notice for Silas Weir Mitchell, which was sent to the British Medical Journal.


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Extract from the British Medical Journal of June 13th, 1914, pp. 1314-1315. "THE NEW PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY AT THE ROYAL MINERAL WATER HOSPITAL, BATH."


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Copy of the speech delivered at Cambridge in presenting Osler the honorary degree of L.L.L. Details about the conflicting schedule of this ceremony and the Commemoration of Roger Bacon.


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Clipping from an unidentified paper. "BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY- COMING OF AGE OF CELEBRATION."


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Clipping from The Times, May 4th, 1914, p.4."ANIMAL DISEASES- DEMAND FOR RESEARCH- ACUTE CONTROVERSY."


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Agenda of the meeting of July 30th, 1914 of the British Medical Association, of the War Emergency Committee.


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Clipping from an unidentified paper, August 1, 1914. "UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.- OXFORD- THE REPRESENTATION OF THE UNIVERSITY."


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Extract of "THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF WALTER H. PAGE", Burton J. Hendrick.


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Copy of Osler's message of greetings to the 25th Anniversary Celebration at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.


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Clipping from an unidentified paper, July 18, 1914. " AVICENNA'S TOMB.- THE GREAT NATIONAL SAGE OF PERSIA."


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Clipping from The Springfield Daily Republican, Tuesday, October 6, 1914. "A GUEST OF SIR WILLIAM OSLER."


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Clipping from an unidentified paper of Toronto. "THE OSLER VOLUNTEERS."


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Clipping from the (Evening (...) Gazette), March 16, 1915. "OXFORD IN KHAKI - FILLED WITH THE ECHOES OF WAR."


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Clipping from an unidentified newspaper. "MAN'S NATURAL SAVAGERY- THE APPLICATION OF SCIENCE TO WAR- SIR WM. OSLER ON THE ALLEVIATION OF SUFFERING." Relates an address given by Osler at the Leeds School of Medicine.


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List of guests invited to meet the members of the American Medical Mission (US Army and Navy surgeons) at a dinner given by Osler and Keogh at the Athenaeum Club , London, May 24, 1916.


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Reminiscences (re Miss Louisa Parsons, a former Johns Hopkins Hospital nurse, by Miss Louisa Loring).


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Clipping from The Leighton Buzzard Observer, November 21, 1916. "FENNY STRATFORD- PATRONAL FESTIVAL- BROWNE WILLIS ANNIVERSARY- COMMEMORATION RECEPTION- SIR WILLIAM OSLER BART, ON "WILLIS THE ANATOMIST".


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Copy of an extract from Lloyd's Weekly News, December 24, 1916. "CHRISTMAS MESSAGES TO LLOYD'S READERS- SIR WILLIAM OSLER, REGIUS PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE"- Attached is a letter from Malloch to Cushing. He sends him the extract, has finished copying extracts from his diary. Mentions Mackall who will help with a new edition of Counsels and Ideas. Details on the visit of Grace Osler to Flanders. She said she is anti-German and not on account of her own loss.


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Clipping from the Lloyd's Weekly News, December 24, 1916. "CHRISTMAS MESSAGES TO LLOYD'S READERS".


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Resolution passed by the Osler Committee. They have resolved to present to the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland the sum of ten thousand dollars in cash or securities, this Fund to be preserved perpetually as the Osler Testimonial Fund. Details the use of the income that the Library Committee will have to make of it. Signed by Jacobs, the Secretary.


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Extract from the Library Association Record, 15 Feb. 1918. Complimentary Dinner to the President of the Library Association (John Young Walker MacAlister) where Osler was in the chair.


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"SALUTATION OF THE DAWN", It was sent to him by de Havilland Hall to whom they were given by Mrs. Jacoby. Osler's note about it.


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Reminiscences of Means about the Ether day dinner.


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Extract from the Lancet, December 28, 1918, pp.889-890. "Benjamin Rush".


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Clipping from an unidentified paper. January 14, 1919. "MEDICAL FELLOWSHIP- ENTENTE BETWEEN ALLIED DOCTORS- SIR WILLIAM OSLER'S WORK."


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Clipping from the Literary Guide. "THE CENTENARY OF WALT WHITMAN- THE MESSAGE OF THE GOOD GREY POET - ANOTHER CONVERTED INFIDEL". Contains a quotation from a letter of Osler to the Times about the message given by Whitman.


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Notice that there will be a meeting of the Oxford and Reading Branch- British Medical Association, July 1st, 1919, at the Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford. Shows the agenda.

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