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Letter, 1917

Letter to William Osler from Edith Campbell, Buxton, England. Campbell has just learned that it was not Gen. G.C. Jones that had her removed from Taplow and, furthermore, that Jones would like her to be reinstated to her old post. She believes that H.A. Bruce and Mrs. Astor were responsible for her unfair dismissal from Taplow. She thanks Osler and Lady Osler for all their help throughout the ordeal.

Campbell, Edith, 1871-1951

Letter, January 15, 1917

Letter to William Osler from J.M. Elder, Canadian General Hospital, B.E.F., France. Elder writes of the Commission, which looked into H.A. Bruce's poor handling of the Canadian Army Medical Corps affair. Gen. G.C. Jones has returned to his post as Director of Medical Services.

Clipping from The Medical Press and Circular

Clipping from "The Medical Press and Circular," vol. 154, no. 2, [23]-24. Article entitled "At the Periphery" discusses the fate of war doctors on their return from the front after peace is declared.

Letter, January 16, 1917

Letter to William Osler from George H. Perley, 17, Victoria Street, London, England. Perley sends Osler a copy of the Report of the Board of Officers on the Canadian Army Medical Service.

Perley, George H.

Letter, January 25, 1917

Letter to William Osler from Gen. G.C. Jones, Director of Medical Services, Canadian Contingent, Cecil Chambers, 86 Strand, London, England. Jones requests that Osler retract his resignation as consultant to the Canadian Medical Hospitals now that the Canadian Army Medical Corps affair has been cleared up.

Jones, G. C. (Guy Carleton), 1864-1950

Letter, January 4, 1917

Letter to William Osler from Gen. G.C. Jones, Belgrave Mansions Hotel, Grosvenor Gardens, London, England. Jones thanks Osler for all his help in clearing up the Canadian Army Medical Corps affair.

Jones, G. C. (Guy Carleton), 1864-1950

Lentter, August 31, (?)

Letter to Harvey Cushing from Gen. G.C. Jones. Jones finds it difficult to provide information for Cushing's book on Osler.

Jones, G. C. (Guy Carleton), 1864-1950

Draft (Confidential)

"Draft (Confidential)" Unidentified author defends the Canadian Army Hospitals against the accusations made in Bruce's report on the administration of the Canadian Army Medical Corps.

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