Sir William Osler papers, 1902-1917

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Summary

Creator:
Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919
Abstract:
Mostly ALS, a TLS and a typed note, unsigned. Osler's correspondents include Arnold C. Klebs, S. Weir Mitchell, W. Fleming, Mrs. Parmelee, and Charles Loomis Dana. Letters relate to personal, family and professional affairs and Osler's interest in medical history.
Extent:
13 items
Language:
Materials in English
Collection ID:
RL.10731

Background

Scope and content:

Mostly ALS, a TLS and a typed note, unsigned. Osler's correspondents include Arnold C. Klebs, S. Weir Mitchell, W. Fleming, Mrs. Parmelee, and Charles Loomis Dana. Letters relate to personal, family and professional affairs and Osler's interest in medical history.

Biographical / historical:

Physician, book collector and medical historian.

Acquisition information:
Source unknown
Processing information:

Processed by: Rubenstein Staff

Finding aid derived from MARC record using DukeMARC2EAD-HOMproject.xsl, December 2014

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Describing Archives: A Content Standard
General note:

Forms part of the Trent Manuscripts Collection.

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Names:
History of Medicine Collections (Duke University)
Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

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Sir William Osler papers : , 1902-1917, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.