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Circular letter, September 9, 1914

Circular letter from The Committee to aid the Louvain's colleagues, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Invitation to join the movement formed at Oxford, with the approval of the Belgian Minister, to aid their colleagues of Louvain University. Letter signed by the Vice-Chancellor, the Principal of Brasenose College, Sir William Osler, Miss Price, and Mrs. William Max-Muller.

Cushing's notes, 1908

Cushing's note for April 20th. " Britishers amazed : Why Dr. Osler thinks nothing of (pressing men during a week end). Mrs. Osler remarks : " No wonder they thought he was crazy."

Letter from E.F. Smart, October 16, 1919

Letter from E.F. Smart, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Acknowledges receipt of Medical Notes. Osler is ill and unable to attend to his mail.

Smart, E.F.

Letter from Sir John Burdon Sanderson, August 2, 1884

Letter from Sir John Burdon Sanderson, 50, Banbury Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Letter of recommendation for Osler to become Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

Burdon-Sanderson, J. (John), Sir, 1828-1905

Letter from William Osler, July 7, 1905

Letter from William Osler, 7, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Postcard. Addressee not named. He says that he saw a lecture on Purpura by Bramwell in his "Clinical Studies" dated July 1st, 1905. News from the life in Oxford.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

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