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File consists of correspondence, pamphlet and clippings, including report regarding the Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland, form letters, pamphlets, and clippings about the Boston Athenaeum Club.

American Medical Association, vol. 76, no.6

From the February 5, 1921 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, vol. 76, no.6, p.391-392. "Foreign Letters" announcing the death of John Beattie Crozier. In 1919, Crozier received a letter of congratulation for his distinguished career signed by Lord Morley, Lord Bryce, and Sir William Osler.

Article from the "Oxford Times"

Article from the "Oxford Times" on Osler's lecture "The Beginnings of Modern Medicine," delivered at Oxford Summer School on August 9, 1909.

Article: Literary Clubs

From the "Daily Telegraph," article entitled "Literary Clubs. Authors' Club Discussion: Dinner to Mr. Algernon Rose."

Article: William Osler

"William Osler." Article holds that Osler's address at the dedication ceremonies of the Phipps Clinic in Baltimore deserves a permanent place in literature. The author feels that Osler would have succeeded in any field, because he was blessed with a many-sided mind and a great spirit.

Athenaeum anecdote

"Athenaeum" anecdote: Excerpt from Sir Rickman Godlee's Reminiscence, possibly describing Osler during his Oxford days.

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