File 206 - "A glimpse of neurophysiology in the Soviet Union," The Canadian Medical Association Journal, 73: 891-899 / Wilder Graves Penfield

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"A glimpse of neurophysiology in the Soviet Union," The Canadian Medical Association Journal, 73: 891-899 / Wilder Graves Penfield

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CA OSLER P142-W-W/P-206

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  • 1955 (Creation)

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1 typed speech (0.5 sheets).; 2 typed and hand-written drafts with hand-written amendments.; 1 hand-written draft.; 1 set of hand-written worksheets, plus typed notes with hand-written amendments.; 1 sheet Gazette, 28 Oct. 1955 (Moscow).; 1 programme -- U.S. Army Hospital, Ft. Leavenworth, KA.; 1 reprint, added to file 1978.; 6 pieces of correspondence.

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Editor of Brain wrote that, "Dr. Penfield was asked to set down his impressions of his recent visit to the Soviet Union. In reply he says, 'I am sending you these notes. You will find them fragmentary, but I hope they are accurate as far as they go.' He has also included the;names and addresses of the directors of the various institutions he visited to make exchange of information possible. The 'notes' Dr. Penfield has so kindly contributed open up a vista of an immense amount of facinating research, whose existence must have been unknown to our readers." US Army Hospital. Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. November 4, 1955.

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Box 143c

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