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Index of items sent by Osler, Grace Revere


Date: 
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Editor of the Spectator
Abstract: 

Grace explains that at her request, Harvey Cushing will prepare a biography on her late husband. She asks that anyone who may have letters from Osler or personal reminiscences of him should send them to Cushing at 13 Norham Gardens, Oxford.


Date: 
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Davison, Wilburt Cornell
Abstract: 

Lady Osler invites Davison to spend Christmas in Oxford. She writes of the Emmons.


Date: 
May 7, ?
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Davison, Wilburt Cornell
Abstract: 

Lady Osler and her husband are enjoying a much needed vacation. She reports that Oxford is busier than ever and the hospital packed. After six months with the Canadian Hospital at Orpington, Futcher is returning to Baltimore. She asks after Penfield.


Date: 
July 19, ?
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Davison, Wilburt Cornell
Abstract: 

Lady Osler congratulates Davison upon his recent marriage. She is glad that the Americans have joined the war in Europe. Revere is stationed in Belgium in the midst of an awful offensive. Mr. Macdonall and Dr. Morse are going to Egypt.


Date: 
January 16, ?
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Davison, Wilburt Cornell
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports that Robert Johnson is working at the Base on the Orthopaedic [sic] Staff, Dr. Janeway has died of pneumonia, and Dr. Futcher is at the Orpington Canadian Hospital. She writes that since Revere's death, Osler has grown very thin and his heart is simply broken.


Date: 
April 26, ?
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Robb, Hunter
Abstract: 

Lady Osler extends her sympathy over the death of Robb's wife, Isabel.


Date: 
July 24, ?
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Musser, John H.
Abstract: 

Lady Osler is off to Scotland to meet Revere and is sorry that she will miss Musser's arrival in London. Musser will find Osler and Dr. Dock in London [possibly for the Tuberculosis Congress]. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
July 25, ?
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Cushing, Harvey
Abstract: 

Lady Osler has just heard that Lady Stamfordham is very ill. Lady Stamfordham did not find the letter from Osler to her mother written upon the death of her son from smallpox. Lady Osler recalls what she can of the story, but instructs Cushing not to use any names. Nothing has been settled about Bill [William Francis?] and McGill. Lady Osler is annoyed that the Library people allowed Ruhrah to publish the "Memoranda" Osler gave to Birkett before he left, after the war. May Osborne was in a motor accident. She mentions Dr. Whitnall and Archie [Malloch?], whose chances at McGill are slim.


Date: 
November 28, 2012
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Reports on illness.


Date: 
July 1, 1867
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Malloch, Archibald E.
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes that the greatest day of Osler's life was fifty years ago when he threw a ball 111 yards and it was reported in the Toronto papers. In Thomas Archibald Malloch's handwriting.


Date: 
June 14, 1895(?)
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Lady Osler comments on her first meeting with Ogden and on the recent meeting of the American Medical Association. Osler's sister-in-law, Mrs. B.B. Osler, has died suddenly. Dr. Donald Maclean and his wife, as well as Dr. and Mrs. McGuire have been staying with the Oslers. Osler is busy working on the new edition of his text book. She mentions Dr. Whitman, a charming new resident at the Johns Hopkins. Incl. ms. notes.


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

Civilities.


Date: 
January 3, 1896
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Osler, Ellen Mary (Nellie)
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes of B.B. Osler's visit, and of her decision to name her son Edward Revere. She thanks Mrs. Osler for the Christmas gifts she sent.


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: 
April 19, 1898(?)
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Lady Osler thanks Ogden for the photos he sent and sends in return a letter from Dr. Barker. Osler and William Francis have returned from their trip to Richmond. She makes arrangements for a dinner in Osler's honour on the 26th. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
June 29, 1898
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Lady Osler has been in Toronto with Revere for the wedding of B.B. Osler and Miss Ramsay of Hamilton. Osler has just joined them and is busy working on the new edition of his text book. Osler will sail to England with Roddick. She mentions the Beggs and the Locke girls. William Francis graduated from the Johns Hopkins. Incl. ms. notes.


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: 
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: 
February 23, 1901
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Lady Osler is delighted that Ogden plans to visit them in Baltimore. Osler mourns the death of his brother, B.B. Osler.


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: 
December 9, 1901
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Unidentified
Abstract: 

Grace Osler invites an unidentified guest to her Baltimore home to meet Miss Gwyn and Mrs. Bath.


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: 
September 28, 1902
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Camac, Charles Nicoll Bancker
Abstract: 

Lady Osler thanks Camac for the roses and for the message left by Miss Mallory. She has been tied up visiting with Osler's relatives. She was filled with pride after hearing Osler's address at the Canadian Medical Association in Montreal. She is impressed by her own inability to cope with her position as the spouse of such an admired object. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
August 25, 1903
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Cushing, Harvey
Abstract: 

Lady Osler congratulates Cushing on the birth of his son. She comments on her improved state of health. She provides details of her family's summer travel plans and activities. Osler is in North Berwick with Schäfer. She writes of their various visitors, including McCallum and the McNabs.


Date: 
June 13, 1904(?)
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Camac, Charles Nicoll Bancker
Abstract: 

Lady Osler thanks Camac for the money, which will go to the Tuberculosis nurse, and for the stamps he sent to Revere. Osler will join Lady Osler, Revere and Miss Nichols up north after picking up an LLD from Harvard. Osler's Immortality lecture was well received. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
July 9, 1904
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

Lady Osler has just heard from Muriel the happy news of Ogden's engagement. She offers congratulations and best wishes. The Oslers have taken a house at Murray Bay for the summer. Osler goes to England for two weeks. Miss Woolley is visiting with the Oslers.


Date: 
August 25, 1904
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Ogden, Henry Vining
Abstract: 

The Oslers have just returned from Montreal with Marjorie and Campbell Howard. She describes Muriel Howard's wedding. She wishes she could attend Ogden's wedding. She writes of Osler's decision to accept the post in Oxford.


Date: 
September 23, 1904
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Cushing, Harvey
Abstract: 

Lady Osler looks forward to returning home to Baltimore after her family's summer abroad. She thanks Cushing for looking after William Francis. Includes additional notes by Francis.


Date: 
1904(?)
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Chapin, Susan Revere
Abstract: 

Lady Osler expresses her misgivings about moving to Oxford. She told Futcher of the move, but he is to keep it secret.


Date: 
1904(?)
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Camac, Charles Nicoll Bancker
Abstract: 

Lady Osler expresses her appreciation for what many have said of Osler's influence. She writes of the difficult decision to relocate to Oxford. Norman Gwyn is visiting with the Oslers, and the McCrae brothers have just left.


Date: 
May 28-30, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler describes her first few days in Oxford. She writes of Marjorie, Mrs. Max-Muller, the Burdon-Sandersons, the Schäfers, and Revere.


Date: 
May 31 & June 2, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler describes her first few days in Oxford. Osler's books survived the trip and he is already busy arranging his work at the Medical Department. Miss McDowell, the head of the Decorative Art [Museum] of Baltimore, paid a visit.


Date: 
May 31 & June 2, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler describes her first few days in Oxford. Osler's books survived the trip and he is already busy arranging his work at the Medical Department. Miss McDowell, the head of the Decorative Art [Museum] of Baltimore, paid a visit.


Date: 
June 4 & 6, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Revere has begun work with a tutor, Mr. Alburn [or Allenn]. She describes Osler's new duties as the Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford. She writes of Miss Nichols, Dr. Russell, Marjorie, and Archibald, a Rhodes Scholar.


Date: 
June 4 & 6, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Revere has begun work with a tutor, Mr. Alburn [or Allenn]. She describes Osler's new duties as the Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford. She writes of Miss Nichols, Dr. Russell, Marjorie, and Archibald, a Rhodes Scholar.


Date: 
June 8-9, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler saw the King of Spain, and the King and Prince of Wales drive past while in London. The Oslers will attend the wedding of Miss Phipps. A reception was given for the Oslers by Sir John and Lady Burdon-Sanderson at Magdalen Hall. They have been asked to attend a garden party at the Duke of Marlborogh's. Osler will do his first sitting for Sargent.


Date: 
June 11 & 13, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Dr. Welch and Dr. Rolleston have been visiting at Oxford. Osler, Welch, Halsted, and Kelly had their first sitting with Sargent. Osler was made a doctor of medicine at Oxford. Miss Lois Swan and Mildred Minturn are expected for dinner.


Date: 
June 11 & 13, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Dr. Welch and Dr. Rolleston have been visiting at Oxford. Osler, Welch, Halsted, and Kelly had their first sitting with Sargent. Osler was made a doctor of medicine at Oxford. Miss Lois Swan and Mildred Minturn are expected for dinner.


Date: 
June 14, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
McCrae, Thomas
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes about a lunch she had at the Carlton with the four professors (who were sitting for the Sargent's portrait). She relates an anecdote where Osler tried to make Kelly drink alcohol but Kelly refused because he was giving temperance lectures.


Date: 
June 15-16, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

While in London, Lady Osler saw members of the Royal Family coming from the wedding of the Princess of Connaught. She writes of Marjorie and of Mr. Edgar of Toronto. She describes a garden party she attended at the home of the Duke of Marlborough.


Date: 
June 19-20, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes of the Whitelocke family and of the Almshouse at Ewelme. The Oslers paid a visit to the Warden at New College and Mrs. Spooner. They also attended a dinner given in their honour by Professor Thomson, and will attend others given by the Vice Chancellor of Oxford and by Mr. Parkins, the Rhodes Secretary.


Date: 
June 23, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Osler has gone to London to see Miss Faithful and will then attend a dinner at the Pilgrim's Club in honour of Whitelaw Reid. Lady Osler attended a dinner given by Dr. and Mrs. Gotch, and another given by the Vice-Chancellor of Oxford. She mentions Mrs. Fiske Warren and Mrs. Max-Muller. The Oslers will soon attend a dinner given by Mr. Parkins, the Rhodes Secretary, and the Phipps wedding.


Date: 
June 25-27, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler saw Mrs. James Thompson and Mrs. Blackwell of Baltimore. The Oslers spent the day at Ewelme. Osler attended a dinner in honour of Whitelaw Reid at the Pilgrim's Club. The Oslers are in London to dine at the Parkins and attend the Phipps wedding.


Date: 
June 29-30, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports on the dinner held in the Oslers' honour by Mr. Parkins and writes of the Phipps wedding. Osler met Mrs. Mackay, and was introduced to her daughter, Princess Colonna. She writes of her hectic social schedule and the many visitors at her home in Oxford.


Date: 
July 3-4, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Osler went for a sitting and lunched with Sargent. The Oslers paid a visit to the Whitelaw Reids. They heard of Mr. Hay's death. She writes of Rachel and Amy. She describes the Strathcona reception.


Date: 
July 6, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

The Oslers are spending the night in London at the Pye-Smiths. Lady Osler had tea with May Osborne at the Empress Club, where she hopes to become a member. Osler is delighted with Sargent's portrait of himself. Gwendolyn Francis is engaged to be married to Mr. Andras. Lady Osler has been to see a collection of Wedgewoods, some of which belonged to Darwin. Mrs. Eckstein, Katherine and Mrs. Taft will soon arrive in Oxford.


Date: 
July 10-11, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes of Susan and Harry Chapin. She wonders when Montgomery Sears died. She received a letter from Miss Humpton. She helped Agnes Eckstein and her children settle into their new home in Oxford. The Oslers met Mr. Murray Butler, President of Columbia College.


Date: 
July 11, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Cushing, Harvey
Abstract: 

Lady Osler is worried about Cushing's wife, as she has not heard from her since she arrived in Oxford. She reports on how she and her family are adjusting to Oxford. Revere is doing splendidly. She writes of the Almhouse and Church at Ewleme. She relates news of family and friends.


Date: 
July 13-14, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

The Oslers hosted a doctor from Budapest and one from Cleveland. V. Bowditch and Henry B. have also been to visit. The Oslers have accepted an invitation to go to Cowes with Mr. Johnson on his yacht. Lady Osler hopes to see Marion Emmons while in Cowes.


Date: 
July 18, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports that she, Miss Nichols and Revere are alone for the first time since they came to Oxford. Rachel and Amy have left and Osler is in London to attend an operation. The Oslers had dinner at the home of Mr. Boyd, the Principal of Hertford College and an old friend of the Osler family. She mentions Miss Gavilin of Hamilton, the Allbutts, the Jacobs, and Revere's progress with his tutor.


Date: 
July 20-21, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler is in London with Dr. Russell to see Ellen Terry perform in a play, "Alice sit by the fire." The Oslers expect Mrs. Strickney for luncheon at Oxford. She relates news of family and friends.


Date: 
July 21, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
McCrae, Thomas
Abstract: 

The Oslers are going to Cowes with Mr. W. Johnston of Liverpool, on his yacht. They are also waiting to get a date for a visit at the Phipps and that they are planning to go to the French Coast.


Date: 
July 24-25, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Dr. Camac, Mr. Perkins and Mr. Bowditch have been visiting with the Oslers. Lady Osler visited with Mrs. Bowdoin, who is heartbroken over the death of her husband, and with Mrs. Strickney and her mother. She writes of Revere's growing passion for fishing. Osler and Camac have gone to the meeting of the British Medical Society at Leicester. Dr. Halsted paid a visit and expressed his displeasure with Sargent's portrait of Osler.


Date: 
July 27-28, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Osler has just returned from the meeting of the British Medical Society. The Jacobs write often from Nauheim. Lady Osler visited with Mrs. Temple, wife of the late Archbishop of Canterbury. Osler and Revere go on a fishing trip.


Date: 
July 31-August 1, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

The Oslers, Mrs. Eckstein, Mrs. Taft, Drs. Parsons and Camac, and Mr. Schofield went to Fairford to lunch at the Abbey's. Lady Osler outlines her family's travel itinerary.


Date: 
August 3-4, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Dr. Finney and Dr. Walker of Baltimore return home after visiting with the Oslers. She writes of Dr. and Mrs. Garrod, Marjorie, and the Gwyns.


Date: 
August 6 & 8, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler describes her outing at the Yacht Club with Mr. Johnston.


Date: 
August 6 & 8, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler describes her outing at the Yacht Club with Mr. Johnston.


Date: 
August 10-11, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports on her visit to the Yacht Club at Cowes. She has received the portrait of her husband from the McGill students, and it is simply awful. She writes of the Tafts and of Mr. Schofield, a Harvard professor. Lady Osler has been elected to the Empress Club in London.


Date: 
August 15, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports on her trip to Scotland. Miss Nichols has fallen ill. Revere is excited about the fishing prospects in Scotland.


Date: 
August 17, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Camac, Charles Nicoll Bancker
Abstract: 

News from the Oslers' holiday in Beauly. Civilities. Cushing's note on the Oslers trip to visit the Phipps.


Date: 
August 17-18, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler describes her visit with the Phipps at Beaufort Castle. Other guests include Mr. Havermeyer, Edward Atkinson, Mr. Williams and Miss Catlin. Revere is busy fishing and Osler has gone on a consultation. Mrs. Phipps mourns the death of her mother. She writes of a visit to a shooting lodge belonging to Lord Lovat, owner of Beaufort.


Date: 
August 20-21, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes of her visits with Jay Phipps, the Bradley Martins, and Bayard Thayer. She comments on the upcoming Phipps trial in Edinburgh. The Oslers leave for Skye.


Date: 
August 23, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
McCrae, Thomas
Abstract: 

News from the Oslers' trip in the Highlands. Mention of the Phipps' hard time (this refers to the shooting of some keepers by one of Mr. Phipps's sons). Itinerary of their trip : Beaufort, Skye, Kyleakin, Oban, Edinburgh. They will be back in Oxford by September 7th.


Date: 
August 24, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler comments on the upcoming Phipps trial. She reports on her family's travels in Scotland. Revere caught a large pike, and is wild with excitement. Revere will enter Mr. Lynam's school in the fall to prepare for public school. Lady Osler does not think her son will be ready to be entered until he is 13, for he is "stupid" at arithmetic.


Date: 
August 25 & 27, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler relates news of family and friends. She writes of her stay in Scotland. The Oslers will leave Skye for Colonsay, Lord Strathcona's island. Osler is not keen on Jared Howard, but appreciates the effort he has made to be kind to Marjorie, Campbell and Muriel.


Date: 
August 25 & 27, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler relates news of family and friends. She writes of her stay in Scotland. The Oslers will leave Skye for Colonsay, Lord Strathcona's island. Osler is not keen on Jared Howard, but appreciates the effort he has made to be kind to Marjorie, Campbell and Muriel.


Date: 
August 31, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler delivers news of Adèle Chapin. She recounts the history of Colonsay Island and how it came into Lord Strathcona's possession. Relations between the Strathconas, the Howards and the Oslers have been strained for years and Lady Osler is glad to see things are straightened out. They have just heard word of Dora Thayer's death.


Date: 
September 3-4, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler worries about Marion Emmons and Mary Bullard. The portrait of Osler done by Harris of Montreal and presented to Lady Osler by the McGill graduates is "hideous." She comments on the Peace Conference and on the Phipps trial. She reports on her family's visit at Colonsay with Lord Strathcona and the Howards. The Oslers are expecting visits from Edmund Osler, Annie and Ellie Bowen, and Miss Nichols. She hopes to sail to Boston with Revere during his two-week holiday.


Date: 
September 8, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes of her family's reluctant departure from Colonsay Island. She is glad that Dr. Futcher paid her mother a visit. She relates news of family and friends, including Camac, Welch and William Francis. She will send a photograph of Osler from the World's Work Magazine. Kate Cushing expects a baby.


Date: 
September 11-12, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes of Dr. Welch's recent visit with the Phipps. The Phipps have cheered up since the trial. Mrs. Eckstein and Mrs. Taft have gone to Paris. Osler and Mr. Goldthwaite of Boston have been working together in the Library. The Oslers have had visits from Doris Reid, and Dr. & Mrs. Sinkler. Lady Osler describes her husband's rooms at Christ Church College.


Date: 
September 14, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Dr. and Mrs. White stopped in on their way to the Abbey's at Fairford. Dr. Walker of Chicago spent the night at the Oslers. Florence, Ned and Puss are at Poland Springs.


Date: 
September 15, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Revere has sent photos to Ned, including one of himself and Lady Osler on the steps at Beaufort. She and Osler dined with Mr. Shadwell, whose house used to belong to the Regius Professor of Medicine. Lady Osler plans to visit with Adèle Chapin and Mary Anderson. The Oslers look forward to Miss Nichols' return from Scotland.


Date: 
September 18-19, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

William Francis and Charlie Bath have arrived in Oxford. She writes of her visit with Adèle Chapin in Broadway. Miss Nichols has returned from her trip to Scotland and Osler is glad to have her back, as there is much work to do. Mary Smith has been accepted to the Edinburgh Hospital Training School. Revere continues to fish and will return to school the following day.


Date: 
September 22, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports on Revere's first days at school. Osler has gone to the north for a few days to see about some medical matters. Lady Osler and William Francis went to Ewelme to meet with the people working on the Master's rooms. Many nurses from the Johns Hopkins are seeking work in England. William Francis and Osler went to lunch at the Abbey's to meet with Dr. White of Philadelphia. She mentions Mrs. Tom Leaming, Amy Gwyn, Marion Emmons, and the Jacobs.


Date: 
September 26, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler met with May Osborne and her daughter in London. She writes of her upcoming trip to Paris, where she expects to see Dorothy Fay. The Colleges at Oxford are being prepared for the new term. The nurse from Ewelme and Mr. Straus from the Johns Hopkins came for lunch.


Date: 
September 29, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler relates news of family and friends. She leaves the following day for Paris. She and Osler have been studying with a French teacher to prepare for the trip.


Date: 
October 2-3, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler comments on the deaths of Dora Thayer and Dr. Chadwick. While in Paris, the Oslers have been visiting with the Jacobs, Mary Davis, Dr. Norton, Mrs. J.M. Thompson, and Dr. Baltzell. Lady Osler went to the opening of the Tuberculosis Congress. The Oslers will have lunch with the American Ambassador, Mr. McCormick.


Date: 
October 7, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler writes of the sea voyage back from Paris. While in Paris, the Oslers lunched with Crosby Whitman and his mother, dined with Dr. and Mrs. Magnin, and with the American Ambassador, Mr. McCormick. Osler was sad to hear of Dr. Chadwick's death.


Date: 
October 9, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler relates news of family and friends. Osler invited two Rhodes Scholars to dinner, one from Prince Edward Island, the other from Watertown, New York. Miss Nichols is being kept busy as Osler's secretary. A new edition of Osler's text book has come out and number 100,000 was given to Revere.


Date: 
October 11, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Camac, Charles Nicoll Bancker
Abstract: 

Lady Osler thanks Camac for dedicating his book, "Counsels and Ideals" to her. Osler has always felt that Jacobs was not pleased at having the bronze distributed at the Charaka dinner. Lady Osler does not think that the English or American doctors took much pleasure in the recent Tuberculosis Congress. Osler is very pleased with Camac's book.


Date: 
October 12-13, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler lists the many guests she has staying in her home, including Edmund Osler's family and Miss Harty. Annie and Mary have gone to visit the Archbishop of Canterbury. Revere is enjoying his French lessons and dancing school.


Date: 
October 16 & 18, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports on the Edmund Oslers visit to the Archbishop of Canterbury. She and Amy had lunch with Mrs. Robert Smith in Woodstock, where they met Mrs. Grenfell. She lists that many guests she has entertained in her home.


Date: 
October 17, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
McCrae, Thomas
Abstract: 

Osler has gone to Norwich for the unveiling of Sir Thomas Browne's statue. She sends the Pall Mall Gazette, which includes an account of Osler's lecture at Guy's. She mentions Dr. Shadwell, who has been elected at Oriel College. Incl. ms. notes.


Date: 
October 16 & 18, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler reports on the Edmund Oslers visit to the Archbishop of Canterbury. She and Amy had lunch with Mrs. Robert Smith in Woodstock, where they met Mrs. Grenfell. She lists that many guests she has entertained in her home.


Date: 
October 19 & 21, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler has just returned from London, where she saw off Amy Gwyn. She expects William Francis and Dorothy Fay for lunch the following day. She writes of Mrs. Blake and Mamie, and Adèle and Jay Chapin.


Date: 
October 19 & 21, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler has just returned from London, where she saw off Amy Gwyn. She expects William Francis and Dorothy Fay for lunch the following day. She writes of Mrs. Blake and Mamie, and Adèle and Jay Chapin.


Date: 
October 23 & 25, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler took Mrs. Blake, Mamie, and Adèle and Jay Chapin to the Sheldonian Theatre to see degrees given. William Francis has returned to London after a nice visit at Oxford. She writes of the funeral of Henry Irving. She relates news of family and friends.


Date: 
October 23 & 25, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler took Mrs. Blake, Mamie, and Adèle and Jay Chapin to the Sheldonian Theatre to see degrees given. William Francis has returned to London after a nice visit at Oxford. She writes of the funeral of Henry Irving. She relates news of family and friends.


Date: 
October 27, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler has enjoyed having the Jacobs in Oxford. She has also had visits from Rupert Norton and Dr. Willie Johnston and his wife.


Date: 
October 29, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Howard, Campbell Palmer
Abstract: 

Marjorie is with the Oslers.Lady Osler relates the service that she just attended in the Cathedral. She mentions that William Osler was in a surplice and has his own stall. They are looking forward to showing him Oxford. Revere has an English accent. Civilities. Attached, a word from William Osler saying that he had to wear a surplice at the Chapel. Humorous comment about the Prof. of Divinity who is a dry stick.


Date: 
October 31, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Lady Osler relates news of family and friends. She has booked passage to the U.S. for Christmas. She will take Miss Nichols to a concert given by Miss Miller in London. It was a great pleasure to have the Jacobs in Oxford. She had Dorothy and Mrs. Tom Sturgis over for tea.


Date: 
November 3, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Osler has told Lady Osler to keep her early letters from Oxford. She visited with Mrs. Fiske Warren. The Oslers attended a dinner in their honour at the home of Mrs. Symonds. She and Miss Nichols are in London to see Miss Miller's concert.


Date: 
November 17, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Camac, Charles Nicoll Bancker
Abstract: 

Osler is very pleased with Camac's book, "Counsels and Ideals." The Oslers sail for Boston on December 16th. Additional notes by William Francis.


Date: 
November 7-8, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

Revere and Osler have gone on a fishing expedition. She has just read in the Philadelphia Transcript of the deaths of Mrs. Munroe, Mr. Pike, Mrs. Richard Auksher, and Mr. Clyde. The Oslers continue to take French lessons. The American undergraduates are hosting a Thanksgiving dinner and have asked the Oslers to attend.


Date: 
November 10-11, 1905
From: 
Osler, Grace Revere
To: 
Revere, Mrs. John
Abstract: 

The Oslers will not sail to Boston before December 16, as Osler is tied up with examinations at Oxford. She expects a visit from Marion Emmons, and has had to decline another offer from Cora. The Oslers attended a delightful dinner in the Common room at Corpus Christi College.

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