Fonds MG 2098 - Oscar Emery Morehouse Fonds

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Oscar Emery Morehouse Fonds

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CA MUA MG 2098

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  • 1885-1911 (Creation)
    Morehouse, Oscar Emery, 1857-1935

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Oscar Emery Morehouse received his M.D, C.M. from McGill University in 1889. He served in several capacities in municipal and provincial affairs, having been elected to the legislative assembly of New Brunswick in 1912 and 1917. For the last nine years of his life, Dr. Morehouse served as the District Medical Health Officer in Upper Keswick, York County, New Brunswick. (Canadian Medical Association Journal v. 32, p. 224, 1935)

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The fonds consists of admission and lecture tickets collected by Dr. O.E. Moorhouse M.D. 1889, while a medical student at McGill, 1885-1889. In addition, it also includes an invitation to Dr. Moorhouse to attend the opening of the new buildings, June 6th and 7th, 1910, and a postponement of the opening until June 1911 following the death of King Edward VII. Finally there is the Constitution and By-Laws of the New Brunswick Graduates' Society of McGill University (St. John, N.B., 1897).

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Deposited by O.E. Moorehouse, 15 October 1973


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