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Working notes

This series contains working papers, notes, drafts, articles, and ephemera compiled by Cushing during the preparation of his biography of Sir William Osler. The material is arranged alphabetically generally by topic or author. There are also two files of Cushing's correspondence related to the publication of the biography.


Correspondence unrelated to specific activity. Correspondents are predominantly colleagues at the MNI/H or other researchers. Most files contain both received correspondence and carbon copies of outgoing correspondence.

Professional organizations

Documents concerning Pappius’s membership in professional organizations and non-remunerative work undertaken outside of her roles at the MNI/H.

Administrative activities

Documents concerning administrative activities undertaken by Pappius in support of her remunerative work. Includes activities at the MNI/H not directly related to research and teaching.

Academic events

Documents related to Pappius’s participation in and organization of symposia, conferences, and other academic events.


Documents concerning Pappius’s activities as a researcher, primarily the production and publication of experimental research.


Documents concerning Pappius’s teaching activities, predominantly advising and serving on committees of M.Sc. and Ph.D. students. Some material related to teaching courses.

Visual documents

Visual documents produced by Pappius that are not integrated into the documentation of a specific activity. Images of colleagues and rat brains.

Montreal Neurological Institute

This series relates to William Feindel’s activities at the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) post-1984. Included are records related to organizing office space at the MNI, the incorporation for the Brain 87 Symposium (1984-1988), as well as documentation on various projects and committees.

Feindel, William

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