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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1910.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities for 1910.


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Extract from the Lancet, March 26, 1910. "THE LUMLEIAN LECTURES ON ANGINA PECTORIS" by William Osler. Delivered March 15.


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Cushing's note for Osler's activities on the 22nd. He wrote to Barker about the Text-book, withdrawing his offer of January.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities on April 26th.


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Cushing's note on Osler's trip to Paris. Reference to a letter to Harvey Cushing from Lawrason Brown stating that Osler was with his wife and two girls, in Paris for two weeks.


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Cushing's note mentioning that Osler gave a lecture on the Lessons of Greek Medicine on May 29th. Attached is a letter from Gilbert Murray stating that every year he organizes a course of lectures on Greek subjects outside of regular course. Osler was interested in this course and had helped him often.


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Extract from the British Medical Journal. "THE FAITH THAT HEALS", BY WILLIAM OSLER.


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Cushing's note for July 27-28. Extract of the British Medical Journal, June 25, 1910, i, 1580. "MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION." It announces the second annual meeting of the Medical Library Association under the presidency of Osler, which will be held July 27th and 28th.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities for that week at the Edinburgh Tuberculosis Meeting. Mentions Arthur Waigate, Glasgow.


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Cushing's note on the inauguration of the Bristol Medical History Club. Osler attended the opening meeting on May 3, 1911.


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Cushing's note on an extract from a letter of Sir George Savage. George Savage describes his intimacy with Osler. They belonged to a restricted inner dining circle of the Royal College of Physicians called the College Club.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities of 1911.


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Cushing's note mentioning the annual meeting of International Association of Antiquarian Booksellers at Anderton's Hotel.


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Cushing's note on the course Osler gave in the Summer term of 1911. It was four lectures for the benefit of the Indian service probationers and to the Forestry students, on "Life in the Tropics for Europeans".


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Cushing's note concerning the baronetcy and the confidential letter he received from 10, Downing Street, announcing it.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities that day. Went to see Abbey who was ill.


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Cushing's note on the Paynes book sale. Extract taken from the end of one of Osler's books. He wrote down his memory of that sale, where the books went to the Wellcome Historical Museum in London. There is also a copy of a letter to Osler from Jacobs of 1917, talking of this event. Also, Osler's note in "Declaratio in Laudem", a book given to him by Mrs. Jacobs.


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Cushing's note on the presence of Ronald Ross in Llanddulas and his reminiscence of the story of Osler's being barrow-knighted, while he was merely knighted.


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Cushing's note. Miss Warner had been engaged by Osler as a secretary.


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Cushing's note on the Samuel Pepys Club. Osler went to a meeting on that day.


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Cushing's note on Osler presiding at the Royal Society of Medicine meeting (the clinical section) in London.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1912.


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Cushing's note. On that day, Osler presides at the clinical section of the Royal Society of Medicine.


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Cushing's note taken in Osler's. Mention of an account of Nicolaus Steno, and the Opera Philosophica. Mention of a note on "Les collections artistiques de la Faculte de Medecine de Paris." Text of an obituary tribute to Samuel Wilks


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Extract from the London Times, March 11, 1912, p. 6, d. "AFTER-CARE OF CHILDREN LEAVING HOSPITAL." Cushing's note on Osler's support of this cause.


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Cushing's note on Osler attending the Annual meeting of Oxford Reading and Maidenhen Branch of the British Medical Society. Osler opened the discussion on Appendicitis. Personal data from Osler on his bronchitis (October 16, 1912 to December 20 ).


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Note to Cushing from the University of Durham. The Honourable Degree of D.C.L. was conferred upon Osler on the 17th of December 1912. It was the ordinary convocation at the end of the Michealmas Term.


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Cushing's note. On that date, Osler presented to the Bodleian Library the clock which stands under the bust of Bodley in Duke Humphrey's Library, and beside the picture of Loud.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1913.

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