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Date: 
July 23, 1909
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Malloch, Thomas Archibald
Abstract: 

Osler asks Malloch to look out for Harry Wright, son of Dr. H.P. Wright, at McGill. He sends a German English medical dictionary, and the new Neurology section of Quain's Anatomy.


Date: 
December 11, 1919
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Cushing's notes: arrival of rare issues of "Boston Medical and Surgical Journal." Reprint from the "Proceedings of the R.S.M.", THE FIRST PRINTED DOCUMENTS RELATING TO MODERN SURGICAL ANAESTHESIA, by Sir William Osler.


Date: 
August 24, 1919
From: 
Warden, A.A.
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Notes from books, inserted in Aequanimitas,1914. Sends him a copy of Colas Brengnon. Comments on the way Osler put the emphasis on the quality of Imperturbability in Aequanimitas. Put a parallel with Walt Whitman's lines. Quotation from Whitman.


Date: 
November 26, 1919
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Allen, P.S.
Abstract: 

Reports on illness. P.S. Allen to Cushing, cannot find letters of importance, Osler encouraged him on his publication of "Letters of Erasmus", and encouraged others.


Date: 
March 5, 1919
From: 
Kenyon, Frederick G.
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Kenyon congratulates Osler on his election to The Club. Pointed out the fact that Pember and Osler who were both elected members at the same time, were also members of the Oxford Club which shares the same motto as The Club.


Date: 
March 5, 1919
From: 
Southwark, Hubert M.
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Southwark welcomes heartily the prospect of meeting Osler at the dinner of The Club. Mentions their correspondence about Osler's plans for Revere's school time. Sympathies for the death of the latter.


Date: 
July 12, 1919
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

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


Date: 
August 7, 1918
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

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


Date: 
March 5, 1919
From: 
Southwark, Hubert M.
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Southwark informs Osler that he has been elected member of The Club.


Date: 
November 1, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Abstract: 

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


Date: 
June 26, 1918
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

"SALUTATION OF THE DAWN", It was sent to him by de Havilland Hall to whom they were given by Mrs. Jacoby. Osler's note about it.


Date: 
June 27, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Garrison, Fielding Hudson
Abstract: 

Osler asks Garrison if they have any publications of Charles Morrison at the Surgeon General's Library. Explanations about his interest in Morrison. All goes well. They see Americans everyday. Optimistic comments about the issue of the war. Greetings.


Date: 
June 29, 1918
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Weber, Frederick Parkes
Abstract: 

Thanks for his third edition (Aspects of deaths...) with the touching dedication. Compliments on his work.


Date: 
March 26, 1915
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Notes. On that day, he gave a survey on the Arterio-Venous Aneurysm at a Symposium on the subject at Radcliffe Infirmary.


Date: 
December 15, 1917
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Extract from the Library Association Record, 15 Feb. 1918. Complimentary Dinner to the President of the Library Association (John Young Walker MacAlister) where Osler was in the chair.


Date: 
April 1, 1916
From: 
Crewe
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Crewe informs Osler that he is proposing him as a member of the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into University Education in Wales. Details on the mandate of the Commission. List of the men who are invited to serve : Haldane, Bruce, Edwards, Hadow, Hall, Jones, and Miss Emily Penrose.


Date: 
January 18, 1918
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

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


Date: 
August 5, 1912
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Meyer, Adolf
Abstract: 

Osler mentions a talk with Phipps where the latter agrees with Meyer's views to defer the opening of the Psychiatric Clinic until it is in running order. Mentions that he has postponed his Yale lectures until Spring, so the date mentioned by Meyer, the second half of April, suits him. Civilities.


Date: 
January 6, 1913
From: 
Pollard, Alfred William
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Pollard mentions that Osler has been unanimously nominated for the Presidentship of the Bibliographical Society. Mentions the paper that Tedder will read. Civilities.


Date: 
August 13, 1913-September 6, 1913
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Cushing's note. Details on their holiday in Scotland, their itinerary, and the people they met. It helped him to write p.375, volume II.


Date: 
June 9, 1914
From: 
James, M.R. Vice-Chancellor
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

James informs Osler that The Council of Senate of Cambridge will confer upon him the Honorary degree of Doctor of Science on the occasion of the opening of the New Physiological Laboratory. Prince Arthur of Connaught has consented to open the Building, June 9th. Civilities. (letter dated February 4th)


Date: 
July 1, 1910
From: 
Osler, William
To: 
Wenckebach, Karl Friedrich
Abstract: 

Osler thanks Wenckebach for the Boerhaave picture. Will write to the Baron to thank him. Invitation to dine at the Athenaeum Club on Wednesday. Information on the Baron.


Date: 
May 29, 1910
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Cushing's note mentioning that Osler gave a lecture on the Lessons of Greek Medicine on May 29th. Attached is a letter from Gilbert Murray stating that every year he organizes a course of lectures on Greek subjects outside of regular course. Osler was interested in this course and had helped him often.


Date: 
July 13, 1912
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Cushing's note on Osler attending the Annual meeting of Oxford Reading and Maidenhen Branch of the British Medical Society. Osler opened the discussion on Appendicitis. Personal data from Osler on his bronchitis (October 16, 1912 to December 20 ).


Date: 
October 12, 1908
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Cushing's note on Osler's activities on the 12th of October. Details on his search for a place to stay in Paris. Anecdote on the arrival of Mrs. Osler at 44, d'Iena which can be read on p. 137, volume II.


Date: 
May 13, 1909
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Cushing's note on Osler's activities on May 13th. Dedication of the new library. Anecdote on Osler's visit to the nurses' home at Johns Hopkins. He asked where Mrs. Robb's portrait was.


Date: 
October 28, 1909
From: 
Sharkley, Seymour J.
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Invitation to accept the position of Honorary Lecturer on Medicine. Details about it. Request from Cushing to Wallace, in 1923, to know if Osler did accept.


Date: 
March 22, 1905
From: 
To: 
Abstract: 

Cushing's note on the Linacre Lecture delivered May 6th at the St. John's College, Cambridge. Hard copy of pages 124 and 125, volume II.


Date: 
October 10, 1908
From: 
Warren, T. Herbert
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Letter from the Vice-Chancellor of the University concerning his leave of absence. The Hebdomadal Council approves the choice of Arthur Thomson to replace Osler as a deputy in managing the School while he is in sabbatical. Nevertheless, they do not think that Thomson, holding another Chair should give the lectures which are in the duty of a Regius Professor of Medicine. Asks him if he has any other name to suggest. Asks him also what remuneration Thomson and the future lecturer should receive. The Museum Jubilee Celebration was a success. Will send him his Address.


Date: 
July 7, 1907
From: 
Smith, T. Lorrain
To: 
Osler, William
Abstract: 

Letter written to support the invitation to accept the Chair of Medicine in Manchester University.

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