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John Symonds Fonds

  • CA OSLER P017
  • Fonds
  • 1762

Fonds contains John Symonds' student notebook volume 3 of Dr. John Rutherford's clinical lectures for the year 1753 at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. It was transcribed by Symonds in 1762.

Symonds, John, active 1762

J. A. S. Brunelle Collection

  • CA OSLER P019
  • Collection
  • between approximately 1783 and 1882

The collection contains three volumes of manuscripts from an anonymous student of the course of lectures on midwifery by Dr. Thomas Young, dating from 1783. The first volume has three inserts: two pencil portraits of unidentified men and an envelope on which is written a note to Dr. J.A.S. Brunelle. The collection is divided in three file folders.

Brunelle, J. A. S. (Joseph Antoine Stanislas), 1852-1902

Louis Gagné Fonds

  • CA RBD MSG 236
  • Fonds
  • 1808-1809

Fonds consists of a notebook kept by Louis Gagné of his physics and metaphysics class given by Abbot Demers at the Séminaire de Québec.

Gagné, Louis, active between 1808-1809

Thomas Sterry Hunt Fonds

  • CA MUA MG2045
  • Fonds
  • 1845-1891

The bulk of the Hunt papers consists of scientific correspondence, with a fairly large component of notes on scientific subjects. Most of the material dates from after Hunt's departure for the United States. With the exception of a letter of appointment to the Geological Survey of Vermont in 1845, all Hunt's correspondence (incoming, with copies of some outgoing) dates from the period 1863-1891, with the majority of items from the 1880s. There are a few letters of a social or personal nature, but most concern scientific matters: geological and chemical research problems, exchange of specimens, Hunt's theories and the controversies they stirred, his publications, negotiations for patents on some of his discoveries, the business of various scientific societies, and in particular the organization of the Geological Congress. Amongst his correspondents were James D. Dana (with whom he engaged in a heated quarrel over scientific theory), James Hall, Persifor Frazer, J.W. Dawson, and various members of the Geological Survey of Canada, such as G.M. Dawson, Robert Bell, Henry Y. Hind, and George Iles. Hunt's scientific notes mostly deal with special topics in chemistry, geology, mineralogy, railways, coal products and the controversy with Dana. There are also reading notes for geological texts, lecture notes for courses in geology, 1876, and chemistry, and indexes, apparently for Hunt's books. A manuscript on "Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography: an episode in its history", notes for a lecture on "People I have met", and sketches of family history represent Hunt's wider interests. There are also clippings of reviews of books and lectures by Hunt, biographical notices, reports on scientific themes and institutions, and news of the Geological Survey.

Hunt, Thomas Sterry, 1826-1892

William Henry Drummond Family Fonds

  • CA OSLER P103
  • Fonds
  • 1874 - 1958

Papers consist of personal correspondence, including substantial family correspondence, diaries, journals, engagement books, ledgers, menus, manuscript poems, galley proofs, lecture notes, scrapbooks, and photographs. It includes correspondence, 1874-1935; a diary of Drummond's trip to Great Britain, 1902; dinner menus, 1902-1903; engagement books, 1902-1906; galley proofs, 1905-1911; Journal of Impressions kept at Savanna la Mar, Jamaica, Windsor and Montreal, 1903-1911; lecture notes taken at McGill, 1878-1882; ledgers containing financial entries and patients' accounts during Drummond's practice in Knowlton and Montreal, 1885-1889; notebooks containing manuscripts poems, drafts and clippings, 1894-1909; scrapbooks related to literary topics, including clippings about Drummond's public readings, and book reviews, 1854-1907 and scrapbooks related to Drummond's dogs, 1890-1907. There are also some papers of Mrs. W.H. Drummond, including a typescript of her Life of W.H. Drummond; and diaries recording her trips to United States and Canada, 1892, 1903.

Drummond, William Henry, 1854-1907

Arthur Adderly Browne Fonds

  • CA OSLER P013
  • Fonds
  • 1875

Fonds consists of a notebook dated October 1875 of lecture notes by Arthur Adderly Browne pertaining to midwifery in Ontario.

Browne, Arthur Adderly, 1848-1910

Robert Baxter Struthers fonds

  • CA OSLER P048
  • Fonds
  • 1881 - 1882

Fonds contains lecture notes taken by Robert Struthers at McGill Medical College in 1881-1882, including notes on Pathology, Surgery and Ophthalmology. Lecturers include Robert Palmer Howard, Sir Thomas Roddick and Sir William Osler. There is also a case report by Struthers. The fonds includes two notebooks and a case report.

Struthers, Robert Baxter, 1858-1908

William Lochhead Fonds

  • CA MUA MG1049
  • Fonds
  • 1884-1885

Lochhead's papers comprise 20 pages of notes on the relationship of ferns and bryophytes, and a volume of notes of Sir William Dawson's lectures in ordinary and honours geology courses.

Lochhead, William, 1864-1927

Wyatt Galt Johnston Collection

  • CA OSLER P115
  • Collection
  • 1892-1984; predominant before 1906

The collection contains correspondence, curriculum vitae, a poem written by his wife, Elizabeth Turnor, a record of medical examinations for the Coroner's Court of Montreal, 1894 and lectures notes. The greater part of the notes consists of embryology notes made at the Anatomisches Institut, Munich, around 1900.

Johnston, Wyatt Galt, 1863-1902

Frank Fourney Fonds

  • CA MUA MG 4164
  • Fonds
  • 1893-1894

The collection consists of a soft cover notebook of student notes. The subjects covered are Latin, Mathematics, and English.

Fourney, Frank

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