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Letters sent to Jacobs, Henry Barton


Date: 
December 1, 1910
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler mentions that they had had many visitors. He had been lecturing at Newcastle and at Cambridge.He mentions the new reforms which are under discussion. He sent a notice about the vote on the Greek question to the New York Nation. Will send him a reprint copy of "Man's Redemption of Man's" sermonette. Phillips has put it in his December number. Osler sends Jacobs a book by Weber on "Aspects of Death in Art". He will also send a copy to the Library. Civilities.


Date: 
November 11, 1893
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler asks after Jacobs and instructs him to work on peripheral neuritis cases. He mentions that he is looking after Dr. Stone.


Date: 
December 29, 1893
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Civilities.


Date: 
March 7, 1905
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Invitation for "Hoch & Beer."


Date: 
May 22, 1894
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler must postpone his trip to Europe even further because his work load is too heavy.


Date: 
March 9, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Civilities.


Date: 
January 14, 1896
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Lady Osler thanks Jacobs for the roses he sent. She extends her sympathy over the death of Jacobs' father.


Date: 
July 11, 1899
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports on her family's visit to Swanage. They hope to have a visit from Dr. McCrae and Dr. Halsted. Includes a letter from Revere Osler addressed to Jacobs. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
July 20, 1899
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler will present on Endocarditis at the meeting of the British Medical Association. He and his family are enjoying their European holiday.


Date: 
August 26, 1899
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports on her family's vacation in Swanage. Osler has gone to visit the Allbutts at Cambridge and to see Dr. Nuttall. Revere and Lady Osler will sail to Canton within a week.


Date: 
April 20, 1900
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Lady Osler paid a visit to Jacobs' mother and saw Miss Spicer. Osler is likely to return with stories about the dismal swamps. She reports on the condition of Mr. Sowers and Dr. Brownell. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
April 1, 1900
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler requests the pleasure of Dr. Jacobs's company at the Chamberlin. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
July 1, 1900
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler has just had word that his brother, B.B., is very ill. He feels he must sail back to Canada to be with him. He will return to England in a few weeks, but will regretfully miss the Congress.


Date: 
November 1, 1900
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler requests the pleasure of Dr. Jacobs's company for dinner to meet Dr. J. Collins Warren.


Date: 
December 13, 1900
From: 
Theobald, Samuel
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Theobald and others are anxious to wipe out the debt of the Medical and Chirurgical faculty before the new year. He asks if Jacobs would be interested in donating some money for this project. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
March 14, 1905
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler asks Jacobs to let Thayer take over the 12 o'clock class that day. Osler does not want Thayer to feel left out of the extra work he has given his staff.


Date: 
May 25, 1901
From: 
Osler, William; Grace Revere Osler
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

The Oslers request the pleasure of Dr. Jacobs's company for dinner.


Date: 
June 2, 1901
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Lady Osler is sorry she missed Jacobs while he was in Baltimore. She is homesick and expects that Osler has the house full. Regards from Revere.


Date: 
July 14, 1901
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes of her delightful stay in London and Amsterdam. Dr. Cushing arrived in England. He is rather worried about the future and the Hospital. William Francis has gone to Cambridge. Osler and Dr. Dock are hunting for old books. She mentions Mrs. Mabbs, Dr. Pigg, Mr. Garrett, and the Ponsonbys(?). Revere is in Scotland with Miss Nichols. She will go to North Berwick. Osler will join her after the Tuberculosis Congress and the meeting of the British Medical Society.


Date: 
July 1, 1901
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Lady Osler tells of her delightful stay in Amsterdam. Osler and Dr. Dock were disappointed with the results of their search for old books. She writes of the Tuberculosis Congress, opened by the Duke of Cambridge. The Oslers attended a tea at Apsley House held by the Duchess of Wellington. Lady Osler has joined Revere in Scotland. They expect Dr. Cushing and Dr. McCrae on the following day.


Date: 
August 4, 1901(?)
From: 
Revere, S.T.
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Revere writes of a letter from Grace Osler regarding the opening of the British Congress on Tuberculosis and Osler's successful address. Revere has attached a copy of a menu Mrs. Osler sent from a grand dinner they attended during the Congress.


Date: 
October 29, 1901
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler requests the pleasure of Dr. Jacobs's company to meet Professor Waldeyer.


Date: 
December 3, 1901
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler requests the pleasure of Dr. Jacobs's company at luncheon.


Date: 
December 4, 1901
From: 
Osler, William; Grace Revere Osler
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

The Oslers request the pleasure of Dr. Jacobs's company at dinner.


Date: 
June 17, 1902
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Lady Osler has just joined Revere and Miss Nichols in Canton. William Francis has obtained his medical degree and an appointment to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. The Oslers will not go to England over the summer, as Osler has promised to speak at the Canadian Medical Association and he does not want to leave his mother alone at the age of 96. Lady Osler goes to Pointe-au-Pic, Quebec. She writes of Cushing's wedding and his future career plans. She mentions the death of Dr. Stephen King and delivers news of family and friends.


Date: 
August 16, 1902
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Lady Osler, Revere, and Miss Nichols arrived in Quebec after their stay in Canton. William Francis joined them for 2 weeks and they expect Dr. McCrae on the following day. She heard that Susan and Harry Chapin called in on Jacobs' mother. She writes of Cushing and Rachel. Osler will deliver an address at the Canadian Medical Society in Montreal.


Date: 
July 8, 1903
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Osler reports on his summer holidays and relates news of his family's health.


Date: 
February 6, 1904
From: 
Flick, Lawrence F.
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Flick will gladly serve on the Committee, recently appointed during a Conference in Baltimore, which will consider the proposed Tuberculosis Congress and other National Antituberculosis Associations in the U.S. The Committee will also consider the formation of a National Committee to represent the U.S. at the International Congress on Tuberculosis in Paris.


Date: 
March 23, 1904
From: 
Flick, Lawrence F.
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Flick asks if it was Jacobs and Osler's intention to invite the Phipps Institute to send delegates to the meeting of the Tuberculosis Committee. If so, Flick would like to send Drs. McCarthy, Walsh, Stanton, Landis and Hatfield. Flick has requested that the staff of the Phipps Institute disregard his personal opinion of the Daniel Lewis and Clark Bell Congresses on Tuberculosis and to act on their own in the matter.


Date: 
April 1, 1904
From: 
Flick, Lawrence F.
To: 
Jacobs, Henry Barton
Abstract: 

Flick thanks Jacobs for sending the memorandum of the meeting of the Tuberculosis Committee. He looks forward to future meetings and a speedy development of their plans.

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