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Newspaper clipping

"From, Surgeon-Major Worthington, Is now with Gen. Ian Hamilton's Column" Pretoria, Boer War, Unidentified newspaper.

Journal Extract

An extract from the Journal of the History of Medicine 19: facing p. 72. It shows three of Worthington's caricatures, Goodsir, Knox and Munro, and has a brief description of them at the bottom of the page. Typed.


Letter from E. B. Worthington, Sherbrooke to W. W. Francis, Sherbrooke, on the letterhead of E. B. Worthington, LL. B. Notary Public. It concerns Worthington's correspondence with Dr. Heagerty, Director Public Health. Canada.


Letter from J. J. Heagerty, Sherbrooke to E. B. Worthington, Sherbrooke, on the letterhead of the Department of Pensions and National Health. The director of Public Health Services refers to the letter written by Dr. Gellie to Dr. Skey and states ...


Letter from E. B. Worthington, Sherbrooke to Dr. Heagerty, Ottawa. It refers to the Dr. Gellie to Dr. Skey letter and E. D. Worthington's connection with a case of worms. It lists other military letters of E. D. Worthington as Acting Assistan...


Letter from F. G. Hoyloak, Leicester to Col. Worthington on the letterhead of the Canadian Ex-Servicemen's Association of Great Britain. Hoyloak thanks Worthington for his gift to the Association. Typed.


Letter from G. F. Harkness, Toronto to Col. E. B. Worthington, Sherbrooke on the letterhead of the Montreal Trust Company. Harkness asks if he was the "old Colonel of the Canadian General Base Depot at Le Havre and at Etaples". Typed.

Greeting Card

Christmas greeting card from Wood and officers of VIII Regiment of Royal Rifles to Lt. Col. Worthington and officers of XI Hussers.


Card by Dr. T. McKenzie describing the illness of A. N. Worthington. It is signed by Dr. G. W. Ross; J. Caven, Toronto; Dr. Martin, Montreal and Dr. Pasmenter, Buffalo. In the top right corner E.B. Worthington(?) has written "dear little Ashe...


A coloured photograph of soldiers mounted on a white card, Printed under the picture are the words "The 91st Regiment at the Quebec Tercentenary July 1908/ March past before H.R.S. The Prince of Wales". Printed.

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