Item CUS417/3.16 - Letter, February 7, 1909

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Letter, February 7, 1909

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CA OSLER P417-3-1-3-CUS417/3.16

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  • February 7, 1909 (Creation)
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    Nicholson, Edward Williams Byron, 1849-1912

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4 pages

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Letter to William Osler from E. W. B. Nicholson, 2 Canterbury Road, Oxford, England. Notes from books: "Inserted in Pietas Oxoniensis in Memory of Sir Thomas Bodley, Knt." Nicholson describes his antagonistic relationship with the Vice Chancellor of the Bodleian Library. He claims that his health worsened when the board of Curators did not allow him to attend their catalogue revision meeting. He sends Osler, who is traveling through Europe, a Staff Kalendar and information on the Radcliffe Library.

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Cushing's colour code: Yellow (information on books)

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