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Index of items sent by Phipps, Henry


Date: 
July 19, 1906
From: 
Phipps, Henry
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Phipps invites Osler to come to Glenquoich for fishing and resting. Thanks for his sympathetic letter and for Mrs. Osler's letter to Mrs. Phipps.


Date: 
December 13, 1906
From: 
Phipps, Henry
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Concerning his letter of November 23rd, Phipps will send him a small subscription. Civilities.


Date: 
July 6, 1907
From: 
Phipps, Henry
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Phipps thanks Osler for the book " Municipal Trading" of Porter. Comments on the evil of municipal ownership.


Date: 
June 12, 1908
From: 
Phipps, Henry
To: 
Welch, William Henry
Abstract: 

Phipps offers to the JHH the funds necessary for the erection and equipment of a psychiatric hospital on its grounds. He will provide funds for the maintenance and the professorship for ten years from the time of the opening. He would like them to admit in priority patients from Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and New York, cities where he is associated. He hopes that the clinic may serve as an example of what such institution should be, and be a stimulus to the establishment of similar hospitals.


Date: 
(July 1908 ?)
From: 
Phipps, Henry
To: 
Tolson, Albert C.
Abstract: 

Acknowledgement of the receipt of the Resolution passed by both branches of the City Council of Baltimore concerning the Psychiatric Clinic at Johns Hopkins Hospital.


Date: 
(July 1908 ?)
From: 
Phipps, Henry
To: 
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Abstract: 

Acknowledgement of the receipt of the resolutions passed by the Board of Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital concerning the proposal to have Phipps' name connected with the new Psychiatric Clinic.


Date: 
September 9, 1910
From: 
Phipps, Henry
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Phipps is sorry to have missed Osler in Oxford and America. He had been trying to get several copies of the "Life of Pasteur", by Vallery Radot, but could not find any copy. He would like to reprint 250 copies for distribution through the Oxford University Press, the Johns Hopkins University, and other institutions. Phipps offers details on the price. He asks Osler to write an introduction to the reprint, sends him an honorarium, and asks for his views on the subject. Civilities.