Series 3 - Osler correspondence

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Osler correspondence

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CA OSLER P417-3

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  • between approximatley 1860 and 1924 (Creation)

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25 cm of textual records

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The series consists of chiefly of letters written by Osler that Cushing collecting during the preparation of his biography, The Life of Sir William Osler, between the years of 1920 and 1924. The letters in the series include both originals and transcriptions. The series also contains accompanying notes (both by Cushing and by Osler), clippings, articles, and other ephemera related to Osler.

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This series is arranged into three subseries which roughly represent: Osler's childhood and early career in Canada (Cushing 1); his years in Philadelphia and Baltimore (Cushing 2); and the Oxford period (Cushing 3). Files within the subseries are arranged chronologically according to years in Osler's life. The folders were previously rearranged slightly to correct apparent errors in filing, as it was obviously intended that the filing be strictly chronologically. One exception, a folder labelled simply "Letters to W. O. from Johnson and Bovell" was placed near the head of the file beside other folders labelled "Johnson" and "Bovell" but with the addition of the corresponding year.

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