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Letter to William Willoughby Francis, July 11, 1918

Letter to William Willoughby Francis from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Thanks for the birthday greetings. Reflections on his age, on how the time flies. He is thankful to be so well and for many things. He is writing to Elder. Approves W.W. Francis to stay at No.3 Canadian Hospital. Details about the book of astronomy he will send him. Busy. Good comments on Hunter Robb. Love to Malloch.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

Letter to William Willoughby Francis, June 12, 1948

Letter to William Willoughby Francis from William Notman & Son Ltd., 1330 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The company has no record of the Notman-Fraser negatives. Additional notes by William Francis.

William Notman & Son Ltd.

Letter to William Willoughby Francis, August 31, 1917

Letter to William Willoughby Francis from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. They must be brave. It is a comfort to know that Cushing was with Revere. Knew all along that it would happen. Compassion for Grace. Greetings to all and to Malloch particularly.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

Letter to William Willoughby Francis, September 25, 1914

Letter to William Willoughby Francis from William Osler, From the Regius Professor of Medicine, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Sends him a couple of "Books and Men" snippets. Details about the tribulations of finding a place for the hospital for the Canadian Contingent. They have been given a Convalescent Home near Folkestone. Armour is in charge. Mentions that there is nothing he could get in connection with it. Details on the beds available. Medically, everything is at standstill, but the recruiting is going on actively. The country is hopeful. Revere joins the Training Corps in October. Asks him what he found about the Canada Life Annuity. Financial advice. Love to Muriel's children. Civilities.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

Letter to William Willoughby Francis, August 23, 1918

Letter to William Willoughby Francis from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Gordon Holmes wrote a nice letter urging that W.W. Francis should have a transfer to England. Hopes it can be arranged. He has written to Chisholm. Mentions their holiday in Lyme Regis. They are now enjoying a little peace at home. Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Osborne's daughter, has had a little girl. Civilities.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

Letter to William Willoughby Francis, August 26, 1918

Letter to William Willoughby Francis from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. (Postcard). His Arrhenius books on the Stars has come. Asks him when he expects to come.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

Letter to William Willoughby Francis, November , 1919

Letter to William Willoughby Francis from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Congratulations on job well-done. Hurry back. Note added by Francis about family joke about luggage.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

Letter to William Willoughby Francis, December 21, 1916

Letter to William Willoughby Francis from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Sends him for Christmas Galen's Natural Faculties. Mentions his bronchitis. Hopes that they received cigars and others in time for the mess. Asks him to let him know. News of Revere. Asks him to go see Norman Gwyn, as he is worried about him. John McCrae could also go. Gwyn has had an enteric infection and malaria. Mentions that he has not seen May Osborne. Francis Gwyn is at Bramshott. Hopes Jones will be in the saddle next week. Civilities.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

Letter to William Willoughby Francis, October 30, 1917

Letter to William Willoughby Francis from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Had good account from him from Colin Russel. They are busy. The ache in the heart is very heavy. He cannot bear to look at Revere's books. He has the trust arranged at the Toronto General Trust Co. Gives him financial advice. Love to Archie. Hopes the latter got the Lancet with the reference in the Harveain Oration to Finch and Baines.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

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