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Date: 
May 22, 1913
From: 
Pasteur, William
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Pasteur sends Osler a letter from Herringham. Technical details concerning the organization of the XVIIth International Congress of Medicine (London, 1913). Discussions over the translation in German and French of the English title of their discussions on the heart.


Date: 
June 4, 1913
From: 
Pasteur, William
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Technical details on the organization of the International Congress of Medicine. Pasteur asks Osler's advice regarding the acceptance of a paper. Suggests putting a London man who would be prepared to do some work in the position of Vice-President, unfilled since Samson Gemmell's vacancy. Civilities.


Date: 
June 7, 1913
From: 
Pasteur, William
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Technical details regarding the organization of the International Congress of Medicine. Barlow at the Royal College of Physicians mentions that they are anxious that all public entertainment should be on a simple scale to accommodate the foreign countries who would have difficulties to keep level comparing to others. Halliburton wrote stating that August 8th would suit the Physiologists for the discussion on Internal Secretions. Pasteur asks Osler if he got anything further from von Muller and Widal. Civilities.


Date: 
June 20, 1913
From: 
Pasteur, William
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Precision on the date and time of a meeting (International Congress of Medicine). Pasteur mentions a growing feeling amongst them that the Section is not doing enough in the way of entertainment. A Council Meeting has been suggested for the beginning of July. P.S. He has just accepted a paper from Ewald as it was impossible to refuse it, but will refuse everything from less known men.


Date: 
June 24, 1913
From: 
Pasteur, William
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Herringham wrote to say that that Friedlander only wants to give his lecture to a combination of the three sections Neurology-Psychiatry-Medicine. The former would like to have an answer by the end of the month. Herringham is asking if it would be possible to have a joint meeting with the three sections to answer him. It seems to Pasteur a large order to ask an important section like theirs, to sacrifice one fifth of its independent papers to listen to a communication of which it only knows the title.