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Clipping from The Yorkshire, November 2 1909. " YORK MEDICAL SOCIETY.- THE BEGINNINGS OF MODERN MEDICINE.- ADDRESS BY PROFESSOR OSLER."


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Clipping from the Yale Daily News, March 31, 1909. "RHODES SCHOLARS. - DR. OSLER, REGIUS PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE AT OXFORD, WRITES IN ADVICE TO PROSPECTIVE SCHOLARS.-THE PECULIAR POSSIBILITIES OF OXFORD LIFE-EXAMINATIONS NEXT OCTOBER."


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Poem written by someone on a paper with the heading 40, Wimpole Street in London. It complains of the fact that Osler is always gone.


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Clipping from the Baltimore News, May 13th 1909. "NOTABLE THRONG AT LIBRARY DEDICATION- EMINENT PHYSICIANS OF MANY CITIES AT EXERCISES HELD HERE." "OVATION TO OSLER PRECEDES PROGRAM- PRAYERS OFFERED BY CARDINAL GIBSONS AND PRINCIPAL ADDRESS BY DR. S. WEIR MITCHELL."


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Clipping from an unidentified journal, dated May 14 1909. " PROUD DAY FOR DOCTORS-MANY FAMOUS MEN AT DEDICATION OF MEDICAL FACULTY BUILDING.- ALL PAY TRIBUTE TO DR. OSLER.- CARDINAL GIBBSONS DELIVERS INVOCATION AND DR. S. WEIR MITCHELL MAKES ADDRESS."


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Clipping from an unidentified journal. "THE MEDICAL PROFESSION- THE OPENING OF THE NOTTINGHAM SOCIETY'S NEW CLUB AND LIBRARY- BENEFITS AND COOPERATION."


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Clipping from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle of November 4, 1910. "PROFESSOR OSLER'S VISIT TO NEWCASTLE-MEETING IN THE CONNAUGHT HALL-ADDRESS ON THE HOSPITAL UNIT IN UNIVERSITY WORK."


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Recollection of Samuel Ernest Whitnall at an after dinner speech at the Ophthamological Congress at Oxford.


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Clipping from the Daily Mail, Tuesday, June 20, 1911. "THE CORONATION HONOURS-A LONG LIST- LORD CREWE A MARQUIS-FOUR NEW EARLS-FOUR VISCOUNTS-NINE BARONS-TWENTY BARONETS AND FIFTY-FIVE KNIGHTS."


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Clipping of The Reading Observer, Saturday 15, 1911. "MEMORIAL TO READING ABBOTS- Dr. HURRY'S GIFTS UNVEILED BY SIR WILLIAM OSLER". Relates a ceremony which happened July 10th.


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Extract from the London Times, July 14, 1911, p.4, c. "THE SANATORIUM FOR CUNSOMPTIVES- MEDICAL OPINION ON THE TREATMENT". The Executive Committee of the Welsh Memorial to King Edward, devoted to a campaign against consumption in Wales, had obtained from Sir Clifford Allbutt, Sir Lauder Brunton, Dr. A. Latham, and Sir William Osler a statement on the value of the sanatorium treatment of the disease.


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Clipping from an unidentified paper, dated October 5, 1911. "MEDICAL RESEARCH-NEW GLASGOW INSTITUTE-ADDRESS BY SIR WILLIAM OSLER."


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Clipping from The Athenaeum, issued December 14, 1912. It relates the inauguration of the section for the study of the History of Medicine at the Royal Society of Medicine. William Osler is President and Raymond Crawfurd and D'Arcy Power are Secretaries.


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Clipping from the Lancet, November 30, 1912, pp. 1504-1506. "ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDICINE-SECTION OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE."


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Extract from the Transactions of the Section of the History of Medicine, of the Royal Society of Medicine. Relates the presidential address on November 20th, 1912.


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Clipping from the Daily Telegraph, July 17, 1912. "THE ROYAL SOCIETY- 250TH ANNIVERSARY-SERVICE AT WESTMINSTER"


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Extract from the London times, August 16, 1912, p. 6, c. "THE TUBERCULOSIS CAMPAIGN- SIR WILLIAM OSLER'S APPEAL."


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Extract from Archibald Malloch's diary on his trip to England with his parents in 1912. Details on their visit at the Oslers.


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Notes on the Historical Number, Johns Hopkins Reports, vol.1, No.1, published October 9th, 1912. A dinner was given to Nuttall on that date when he gave the Lectures on the Herter Foundation. Sketches by Max Brodel, related by Malloch.


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Clipping from an unidentified paper. "BRADFIELD COLLEGE- NEW SCIENCE SCHOOL OPENENED." William Osler opened it.


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Menu of the dinner given by the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Montreal to Osler at the Ritz-Carton, May 14, 1913.


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The Hospital of July 5, 1913. "SIR WILLIAM OSLER'S"GIVE IT UP." Relates his address of the 27th of June, at the Hospital's Conference at Oxford. He gave his opinion on the Voluntary Hospitals.


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Extract from The Lancet, July 12, 1913. "VOLUNTARY HOSPITALS AND SIR WILLIAM OSLER'S CRITICISM."


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Clipping from The Montreal Star, in 1913. "FROM THE STAR FILES- THIRTY YEARS AGO." Relates the departure of Roddick and Osler as delegates from the Canadian Medical Association to the meeting of the American Medical Association at Cleveland, in 1883. Biographical notes on Osler.


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Extract from the British Medical Journal, March22, 1913. The obituary notice of John S. Billings.


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Clipping from the Oxford Magazine, March 24, 1913. Relates a ceremony in Merton College Chapel on the 29th of March. At a suggestion of Osler, there was a commemorative service of the funeral of Sir Thomas Bodley who had his funeral in that chapel 300 years ago.


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Extract from the British Medical Journal, May 17, 1913. "SPECIALISM IN THE GENERAL HOSPITAL." Reports the opening address of Osler at the Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, on the 16th of April.


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Clipping from The San Francisco Call, April 20, 1913. "CARDINAL GIBBONS SCORES DR. OSLER-TAKES EXCEPTION TO SCIENTIST'S ALLUSION TO SAINTS IN CLINIC SPEECH-OXFORD PROFESSOR HAD REFERRED SLIGHTINGLY TO THE FOLLOWERS OF THE SHRINE."


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Clipping from an unidentified paper from Winnipeg, May 3rd,1913. "CARDINAL GIBBONS DEMANDS RETRACTATION-TRUTHS ATTACKED BY SIR WM. OSLER-SLIGHTS UPON RELIGION-NOT THE FIRST OCCASION ON WHICH AGED CARDINAL HAS BEEN OBLIGED TO PUT WOULD-BE SCIENTISTS RIGHT" Note from Osler on the reverse of the article : A fake, the Cardinal had never read the address. I wrote a letter of regret


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Clipping from an unidentified journal. "THE "LANCET-CLINIC" (USA) AND SIR WILLIAM OSLER'S CHALLENGE." Details on a challenge to the anti-vaccinationists.

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