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Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919
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Letter to William Osler

Letter to William Osler from A.R. Neligan, British Legation, Tehran, Persia. At the request of Sa'eed Khan, Neligan sends a copy of "Kannash" by Avicenna. Neligan describes the effects the war has had on Iran and writes of medical cases.

Neligan, A. R. (Anthony Richard), 1879-

Letter to William Osler

Letter to William Osler from E. Rogers, Gatling Villa, 267 Clapham Road, London, England. Rogers has an extra copy of "A Modern Sphinx" that he is willing to part with. There is a possibility that Rogers's novel on Dr. James Barry will be republished in the "Daily Mail."

Rogers, E.

Letter to William Osler

Letter to William Osler from M. Sa'eed, Hassanahad, Tehran, Persia. Sa'eed writes of various rare and ancient Arabic medical texts, including the Kanoon and Al Korans.

Saeed, Mirza

Letter to William Osler

Letter to William Osler from Kenneth M. Blakiston, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1012 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Payment and publication information for Osler's books. Blakiston regrets to inform Osler that nothing can be done with "Oslerisms" until the following year. On Osler's recommendation, Blakiston will send a copy of Chittenden's book on Nutrition to the Governor-General of Canada.

Blakiston, Kenneth M.

Letter to William Osler

Letter to William Osler from Abraham Jacobi. Jacobi writes of the loss of his house and several valuable books. He believes that the Lenox [sic] Hill Hospital will soon be swallowed up by Columbia University.

Jacobi, A. (Abraham), 1830-1919

Letter, 1916

Letter to William Osler from Gen. G.C. Jones, Office of Director of Medical Service, 86 Strand, London, England. Jones requests that Osler cancel the dinner he had arranged in his honour, as things are not "going well" for him [as a result of the Canadian Army Medical Corps affair].

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

Letter, March 5, 1914

Letter to J.A. Ormerod from William Osler, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Osler has just learned of the existence of the "Family Encyclopedia of Medicine," in connection with which the use of his name was unauthorized. Osler explains that he had been contacted by Dr. Riddle of Cambridge about a paper, for which Osler made some helpful suggestions. Osler has informed Dr. Riddle that he misused his name and abused his kindness. Includes manuscript notes.

Ormerod, J.A.

Letter to William Osler

Letter to William Osler from E. Rogers, 38, Gassiot Road, Tooting, England. Rogers writes of his novel on Dr. James Barry and is pleased that Osler has taken an interest in her career. He refers to the mystery surrounding the sex of Dr. Barry. Additional notes by Osler. Includes manuscript notes.

Rogers, E.

Letter to William Osler

Letter to William Osler from D. Appleton & Company, 29-35, West 32nd Street, New York, New York, USA. Arrangements for the Spanish Edition of Osler's "Principles and Practice of Medicine."

D. Appleton and Company

Letter, August 28, 1916

Letter to William Osler from H.A. Bruce, Department of Militia and Defense, Canada, Cleveland House, St. James Square, London, England. Bruce explains that he was commissioned by the Honourable Minister of Militia of Canada to make an inspection of all hospitals and institutions to which the Canadian Government is contributing. He hopes to carry out an impartial enquiry into the organization and administration of the Canadian Army Medical Corps. Bruce did not take Osler's letter as an improper threat, but would have did he not respect and admire Osler as he does.

Bruce, Herbert A. (Herbert Alexander), 1868-

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