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William George Henry Fonds
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CA OSLER P169
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- Henry, William George
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1 cm of textual records (18 items).
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William George Henry was a medical student at the Toronto School of Medicine from 1878-1880 before enrolling at McGill in 1880. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in 1883 with honourable mention. He was appointed to the resident staff of the Montreal General Hospital following graduation.
The fonds is held at the Osler Library, McGill University.
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The fonds shows W. G. Henry's activities as a medical student at the Toronto School of Medicine and then at the Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, from 1878-1883. The material consists of 18 printed cards made out in writing to W. G. Henry: 6 from the Toronto School of Medicine for the sessions 1878-79 and 1879-80 (1 proof of registration/lecture programme card, 5 admission tickets); 6 from the University of McGill College or Faculty of Medicine, 1880-1882 (4 admission tickets, a certification card, an initialed dissection examination card); 5 certification cards from the Montreal General Hospital, 1881-1883; an admission tickets for the "University Dispensary" (undated).
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The documents are in English.
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