File 29-1 - Correspondence from Jean Jefferson Penfield to WGP (arranged as bundled)

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Correspondence from Jean Jefferson Penfield to WGP (arranged as bundled)

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CA OSLER P142-C-C/D-29-1

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  • 30 September 1909-4 May 1910 (Creation)

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2 cm of textual records

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28 hand-written and signed letters, 1 typed and signed letter (53 sheets) - 10.09.1909-04.05.1910.; 1 hand-written and signed letter from Ruth Inglis (nee Penfield) to WGP 3 p. - 26.09.1919.; 1 programme, Library benefit, with hand-written notes. - 18.03.1910.; 1hand-written and signed letter from secretary, Princeton U., to JJP. - 31.03.1910.; 1 holograph poem (s?) "Spring Song of 1910" - 1910.

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This series of Personal Correspondence, D-C/D, is a continuation of the series C/D. To avoid confusion the files of this series have been numbered as if they were a continuation of the C/D series, thus beginning with D-C/D 21. The D- prefix is used simply to indicate that the papers were originally kept by Dr. Penfield's home instead of his office.

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Box 36

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