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(OSLER, William). 11 pamphlets and journal extracts bound together. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 1893-1943 A Brief Account of Its Founding and of Its Achievements During the First Fifty Years of Its Existence. (Baltimore): Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1943. [BOUND WITH] The Johns Hopkins University Circular. No. 194. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1907. [BOUND WITH] Alexander Blain Hospital Bulletin. Vol. 9, No. 3. Detroit: Alexander Blain Hospital, 1950. [BOUND WITH] Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine Toronto. Vol. XXIII, No. 10. Toronto: Academy of Medicine Toronto, 1950. [BOUND WITH] University of Western Ontario Medical Journal. Vol. 20, No. 4. London: University of Western Ontario, 1950. [BOUND WITH] University of Toronto Medical Bulletin. Vol. X, No. 4. Toronto: University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, 1930. [BOUND WITH] CULLEN, Thomas S. Max Brodel, 1870-1941, Director of the First Department of Art as Applied to Medicine in the World. NP: Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 1945. A copy of a typed letter from C. B. Farrar to Cullen regarding the piece is inserted. [BOUND WITH] (Extract). GWYN, Norman G. Dr. Thomas McCrae—A Commentary. “Reprinted from the University of Toronto Medical Journal, February 1936.” [BOUND WITH] (Extract). The Passing of Sir William Osler. “Reprint from the Southern Medical Journal… January 1920.” [BOUND WITH] (Extract). BETT, W. R. William Stewart Halsted (1852-1922) Cocaine Pioneer and Addict. “The British Journal of Addiction Vol. 29, Nos, 1& 2.
Sm. 4to., blue cloth reading “The Johns Hopkins Hospital” on spine, 46, (54), 172-185, 161-170, 127-144, 14, 29, 4, (2), 53-60pp. With the bookplate of C. B. Farrar and two news clippings about the death of Dr. Harry Clary Jones pasted in at rear. Eight of the publications contain pieces about Osler specifically; while the piece on Brodel talks in part about his famous cartoon “The St. Johns Hopkins Hospital” in which Osler is depicted with a halo and wings, floating above the hospital; and the piece about Thomas McCrae talks prominently about McCrae's relationship with Osler. The final piece on William Halsted does not talk about Osler, but relates to the founding of Johns Hopkins. Compiled by Dr. C. B. Farrar who studied with Osler at Johns Hopkins and went on to be the editor of the American Journal of Psychiatry and the first director of the Toronto Psychiatric Hospital.