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Osler's dedication to Daniel Coit Gilman in "Aequanimitas." Incl. ms. notes.


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Review of Osler's "Aequanimitas" from the British Medical Journal.


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Review of Osler's "Science and Immortality" from the Baltimore News. Includes photograph. [See CUS417/101.51]


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Original copy of CUS417/101.50.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes.


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Cushing's notes on Osler's activities in 1905.


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Cushing's notes on Osler's activities in 1905.


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Cushing's notes that inspired him to write pages 665 to 668 in the first volume. This showed Osler's work combining the social and the academic functions in the treatment of tuberculosis. He appointed a student as a domiciliary visitor for the patients. Extract of the president's speech made on the 22th when Osler received the degree of doctor of laws, honoris causa. Notes on the Fixed Period. Sends to the text of the editorial of the evening paper


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Cushing's notes on the chloroform incident that he called the Fixed Period. He shows that Osler would not refute his statement.


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Cushing's note on the inscription in the volume that Osler received at his last meeting of the Stultifera Navis Club. (p.675, volume 1)


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Extract from Aequanimitas and other addresses, second edition, HV Lewis, London, 1906. Extracts reflecting Osler's opinion that the real work of life is done between the ages of twenty-five and forty.


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Cushing's note about the book Osler received at the farewell dinner given for him by the leaders of the profession in Canada and United States in New York on May 2th. ( p.681 in volume 1)


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Cushing's notes on the first meeting of the US Association for the Study and the Prevention of Tuberculosis on May 18, 1905. Extract of Trudeau's book, "An Autobiography".


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Cushing's note on a book's reference: Neltaphium Univ. Circular.


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Cushing's rough copy of the last sentence of p.15 and of the first paragraph of p.16 of Volume II. It concerns the Oslers' visit to Kyleakin and Skye where Osler met a young man botanizing who was an Edinburgh medical student (Dr. Gunn). The two collected.


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Cushing's note on the Memorial to Sir Thomas Browne with a reference to a clipping.


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Cushing's note on the lecture he gave at the Guy's Hospital Students Physical Society described in the first paragraph in p.22, volume II.


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Cushing's note on Osler's habits at Christ Church.


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Cushing's note on the relation between Osler and Sir John MacAlister at the time of the organization of the Royal Society of Medicine. This note contains ideas that we can read in first paragraph of p.32, volume II.


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Cushing's note on the medical societies of London.


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Cushing's note on the nomination of Osler as a delegate to the University Press in the University Acts.


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Cushing's note relating the first Sunday in Oxford for the Oslers. Recollections from Klebs who was invited by Osler to dine with Shattuck in the Hall in Christ Church. P.3, volume II.


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Cushing's note concerning some anecdotes on Osler's arrival at Oxford.


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Cushing's note on the accounts of a niece of Mrs. Max Mueller.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities for 1906.


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Clipping from the Abington Herald concerning a lecture that Osler delivered at the Working Men's College at Camden Town. "Dr. Osler's Recipe for a Life of Happiness".


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Extract from the London Times concerning a lecture delivered by Osler on the "Care of the Body" at the Working Men's College, Crowndale Road, N.W.


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Clipping from the New York World. "Dr. Osler says it's a huge joke. Denies that he ever advanced the Chloroform-at-Sixty Theory, as has been charged." on the hundredth anniversary of his mother. Cushing' note on the details of the festivities.


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Cushing's note on Osler's schedule in December and early January.


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Cushing's notes concerning the International Association of Medical Museums. Osler has accepted to be an active member with Prof. Ritchie as the representative of the Oxford University Medical School.

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