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March 28, 1905
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Rules and Regulations of the Roxburghe Club, to which Osler was elected in 1914.


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April 2, 1905
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding positions held by Osler.


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October 31, 1910
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Osler's notes found in his copy of "The History of the College Club of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons." Osler is frustrated that the Club has not been able to elect new members. He lists the names of the proposed candidates from October 30, 1911 to November 24, 1912.


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March 16, 1905
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding clubs Osler belonged to.


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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding A.C. Klebs, H.B. Jacobs and works by Sir Thomas Browne.


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January 17, 1920
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler's acquisitions for the Library at Oxford.


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1884-5
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Draft of pp. 259-61 of volume I of Cushing's biography of Osler. Refers to the lectures delivered at the opening of the new building of the McGill Medical Faculty.


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April 23, 1885
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Cushing's handwritten manuscript notes regarding Osler's work in Morbid Anatomy and on the Pathological Reports for the Montreal General Hospital.


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December 26, 1919
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Hale-White, William
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Collier, William
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Reports on Osler' illness and operation.


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April 2, 1905
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Osler, William
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Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's diary in 1919.


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April 1, 1905
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Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's diary in 1918.


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March 31, 1905
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Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's diary in 1917.


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March 30, 1905
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Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's diary in 1916.


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March 27, 1905
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Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's notebook, about his activities in 1913.


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March 28, 1905
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Autobiographical notes taken from Osler's diary for 1914.


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March 29, 1905
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Autobiographical notes taken in Osler's diary in 1915.


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August 29, 1912
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Osler, William
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Garrison, Fielding Hudson
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Thinks that the Bristol Junior would be delighted to publish the St. Anthony paper. He has written to the Editor. Has promised to write them a paper on Dr. Fletcher for the December number. Asks him to send him the report of the Fletcher dinner or a reference to the best journal report. Sorry that there is trouble with the congress. It would be a calamity not to have the Index Catalogue completed. Mentions that he will not come to America until the spring.


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March 26, 1905
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Notes taken in Osler's diary concerning special events which occurred that year. Many medical details about his health and Revere's pneumonia.


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November 1, 1912
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Clipping from an unidentified journal. " MEDICAL SCIENCE- UNIVERSITY AND HOSPITAL MUST JOIN HANDS-SIR WILLIAM OSLER'S PLEA."


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March 25, 1905
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Notes taken from Osler's diary in 1911, great highlights for this year.


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September 1, 1911
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Osler, William
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Howard, Campbell Palmer
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Osler writes that they are off to Lake Ogwin for a couple of days. Will look after the light of his life (Ottilie Wright). It is a great relief to him to have Ottilie in the hands of some one we know and love. Personal comments. Sends him some of Revere's sketches. Civilities.


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November 24, 1910
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Osler, William
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Howard, Campbell Palmer
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Osler is glad that things are going smoothly. Did not send the abdominal slides because he will put them in order. He had written to the Smithsonian agent about the set of the Revue de Medecine. Asks him to let him know when Jim sails. Mentions that they might go to the Congress.


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March 24, 1905
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Extract from Osler's diary of 1910.


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March 9, 1910
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Osler, William
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Norton, Rupert
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Osler thanks Norton for attending to the distribution of the Servetus pamphlets. Asks him to send a memorandum. Civilities.


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August 1, 1910
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Osler, William
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Abbott, Maude E.
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Osler is sorry to have missed her today, but he was busy with the new Montreal General Hospital. Delighted with the prospects of the new Museum. It will be a unique opportunity for her and he is sure she will succeed. The men in the Faculty realize now the quality work she had done. Her reputation is of great value to the school. Compliments on her work.


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March 22, 1905
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Note taken from Osler's diary for 1908. List of special events that occurred that year.


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March 23, 1905
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Cushing's note taken from Osler's diary in 1909.


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March 21, 1905
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Cushing's note taken from Osler's day book, vol. X , 1907.


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March 19, 1905
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Cushing's note on Osler's diary for 1906. List of special events which occurred that year.


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March 18, 1905
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Notes taken from Osler's diary, 1904.

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