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Diploma

E. D. Worthington's medical diploma received from the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. It is labelled "Facultas Medicorum and Chirurgorum Glascuensis" and still has the original seal attached in a round black metal cas...

Diploma

Diploma entitled "Collegium Medicorum et Chirurgorum" which was presented to Edward D. Worthington. Printed on parchment complete with the seal. It is signed by Russell, Marmett and Belleau.

Diplomas

Two of E. D. Worthington's medical diplomas on a single piece of parchment. One side is from the Montreal Medical Board and is signed by I. B. LeBourdais and L. C. Lewell. The other side is from the Province of Canada and was presented by Sir...

Drawing

A sketch made of a man's face with long hair and a full beard and moustache. It was done in pencil on what was originally an oval piece of paper but the left and right sides have decayed away. Written on the verso by W. W. Francis are the wor...

Editorial (incomplete)

Editorial from the Medical Age entitled 'The late Doctor Worthington'. The announcement of E. D. W.'s death. It gives his personal background; degrees granted; reputation in the community; his medical and military career and publica...

Envelope

Envelope from A. N. Worthington, South Africa to Lt. Col. Worthington, Sherbrooke. Post marked Canadian Contingent. South Africa and 10 Montreal SP27/00. Handwritten.

Envelope

Blue envelope addressed to Lt. Col. Worthington, Sherbrooke. It has been cut down the sides so that both the front and back of the letter are visible. There are two postmarks, one from Carnarvon and one from Sherbrooke. Handwritten.

Envelope

Addressed to "Colonel Worthington, M. P." Sherbrooke, from J. Hanbury Williams (?), Ottawa.

Envelope

Envelope from A. N. Worthington, South Africa to Lt. Colonel Worthington, Sherbrooke. Handwritten.

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