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Cushing's note on Osler on the 26th of December. Osler went to Newbury to met a woman who is a relative. She is a descendant of Benjamin Osler.


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


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Cushing's note on Osler's diary for 1906. List of special events which occurred that year.


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Cushing's note showing an extract of Osler's letter to The Times on Walt Whitman.


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Cushing's note on Ronald Ross who lectured on Malaria in Greece, probably for Gilbert Murray's courses. Implication of Osler in raising a subscription to the Greek Anti-Malaria League.


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Cushing's note. Extract from the journals concerning some examples of the Quotation Recta and the Quotation Obligna.


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Cushing's note. Extract of the preface of the Second Edition of Aequanimitas. Osler's note for it. The fixed period story. His two authorities, Plato and Montaigne. Notes from books (December 1910), a letter of congratulations for his "library list" from C.H. Cattle. An extract of the Bed-Side Library for Medical Students.


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Cushing's note. List of the fellows, members, extra licentiates of the Royal College of Physicians of London. MCMXX. Extract concerning the Harveian Oration.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1907.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities from the 23th to the 29th of September. Notes on the subject discussed at Berlin (Congress of Hygiene).


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Cushing's note on books that Osler read from October to December 1907 : Life from Georges Mareschal, 1658-1736 ; on the subject of the surgeon-barbers of Paris. Statistics about it.


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Cushing's note for October 12th. Reference to : "Ireland's Crusade Against Tuberculosis".


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Headed notepaper from Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Notes on Osler's address on tuberculosis which was published by the Countess of Aberdeen. It helped Cushing to write his note on the bottom of the page 104, volume II.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on the 16th. He was at the University College Hospital, in London.


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Cushing had reproduced Osler's note on the visit of the Emperor of Germany at Windsor, November 15, 1907.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1907


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Cushing's note taken from Osler's day book, vol. X , 1907.


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Osler's note on the "bibliomania". He wrote "A record day at Sotheby's". Cushing's note on the Van Antwerp Sale on March 22th. (p.85, volume II).


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Cushing's note on Osler' activities on the 5th of April.


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Cushing's notes on the address made by Osler at a meeting held in New York in the memory of Mary Putnam Jacobi. Statistics taken in the Lancet, 1907, II, 131 on the female medical students.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on May 18th. Extract of a letter of Mrs. H.P. Bowditch. She was on the S.S. Kaiser Wilhelm II at the same time than Osler. She said in her letter " We only stop in Plymouth, I hear, half an hour, I suppose Dr. Osler will be landing there tomorrow morning."


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on May 28th.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on the 13th of June. He was at the opening of the King Edward Sanatorium in Midhurst.


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Cushing's note on the Pageant of 1907 in Oxford. Extract from the Oxford Magazine, November 9th, 1917.


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Cushing's note on Osler's address at the London School of Medicine for Women.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1908.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1908.


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Cushing's note for April 20th. " Britishers amazed : Why Dr. Osler thinks nothing of (pressing men during a week end). Mrs. Osler remarks : " No wonder they thought he was crazy."


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Cushing's note on the Linacre Lectureship of St. John's College in Cambridge.


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Cushing's note on the Linacre Lecture delivered May 6th at the St. John's College, Cambridge. Hard copy of pages 124 and 125, volume II.

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