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Cushing's note on Revere's death.


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Cushing's note. Account of Osler's announcing the day after Revere's death to Whitelocke in the Acland Home, just the day after. (rf. volume II, p.579)


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Cushing's note. Osler was in Taplow.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1918.


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Cushing's note. Osler must have intended to write fully on Rabelais. Reference to "Les Oeuvres de M. Francois Rabelais", MDLIII.


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Cushing's note on Ely and Kinsell, their relations with the Oslers.


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Extract from Harvey Cushing's journal of the 3rd and 4th of March. Relates his visit to the Oslers. Mentions Singer, description of the project of the latter. Details on Osler's attitude, and to the papers, books and letters all over his desk. Thinks that he is a shadow of his former self. Details on Osler's catalogue. Account of Grace's confidence about Revere and their tragedy. Mentions that in Revere's pocket book was the names and addresses of Muller, Ewald and others in case he was taken prisoner. Details on lady Astor who is the best psychotherapeutist in the establishment (Cliveden). Details on a visit to her house. Gives his opinion about her. Mentions visit of Osler to people who have children. Osler showed him the book in which Revere noted all his book purchases.


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Cushing's note. Notice indicating the President of the Oxford Reading Brench of the British Medical Association


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Cushing's note on Osler visiting to the McDergale child who died early in November, which account is in volume II, p.620.


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Cushing's note. States that the following correspondence between Adami and Osler represents a typical exchange of cards.


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Cushing's note. Reference to Thayer's report of some Unpublished Letters of Laennec, in the Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Dec. 1920. It illustrates the sort of thing Osler was after.


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Cushing's note. Cambridge, August 7, 1918. Sketch of the Evolution of Scientific Medicine in the USA, before the Summer School in Cambridge.


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Cushing's note taken from the original, on the Lecture on the future of the medical profession delivered by Osler.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities in 1919.


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Cushing's note on Osler's joke mentioned by Malloch (CUS417/127.115). Details of all the joke on an English Literature Honours contest on Locke. (volume II, p.380). Note on the fact that Osler got some girl to paint a picture of Locke making love to Demeris Cudworth in the Garden of Christ Church. The picture is at 13, Norham Gardens.


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Cushing's note. Lecture on Sir Thomas Browne at the Royal Society of Medicine.


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Extract from Viets' letters. Mentions the strikes who are menacing England. Reflection on the subject. Reports what the British press says about the Peace congress. Account of a tea taken at the Oslers with Towne, Cushing and Cutler. They accompanied Osler at the Radcliffe Infirmary and to Christ Church. In the late afternoon, as usual, visitors poured in. Enumeration of the guests. Reflection on the contrast between Wright's and Osler's personality.


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Cushing's note. He will not copy the Wenckebach's letters. - Osler appears at a town meeting in the midst of great opposition.


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Cushing's note. Mentions Osler's favourite motto "divinum opus est sedare dolorem".


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Cushing's note on the medical tablet from Assur.


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Cushing's note taken from 'Ernahrungskunde. Osterreichischer Almanach fur Ernahrung. Wien, M. Salzer, 1921-1922, p.92-98'. An extract of it mentions that the organization of the British relief committees were made up subsequently to Osler's death, though he apparently gave the first impetus to the movement.


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Cushing's note taken in Miss Smart's notebook. April 11, Lancet lunch at the Hyde Park Hotel.


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Cushing's note on the dedication Osler wrote in Sylvia Brewster's books. (CUS417/128.39). Notes on Osler's frequent references to his bedside books.


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Cushing's note on Osler's activities from July to December 1919.


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Cushing's notes on Osler at St. Brelades, Jersey. Acknowledgement of a letter from Radin to Osler on his seventieth birthday.


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Cushing's note on the beginning of Walt Whitman address.


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Cushing's note referring to Osler's seventieth birthday. He received a 'Terminologie Medico-Pharmaceutique et Anthropologique Francaise-Persane', from Edward Granville Browne.


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Cushing's note on the American Hospital and printed informational sheet : 'THE AMERICAN HOSPITAL FOR GREAT BRITAIN', May 1919.


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Extract from Cushing's diary. Relates a dinner at Christ Church in the Hall with hundreds of students. In the smoking room, Osler said that the Times protested against the letter of warning which he and others signed (prophylaxis against venereal disease) and they finally published after a personal appeal.


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Extract from Cushing's diary. They went to London and left Osler who was meeting with Borden and others to discuss Peterson's successor as Chancellor of McGill. Mentions Geddes.

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