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William Osler Letters Collection Guide: Additional Resources

This guide provides a description of the "William Osler Letters" digital collection and a how-to for searching the collection. It also includes biographical and bibliographical information on the world-renowned physician Sir William Osler.

Principles and Practice of Medicine - First edition, RFHL Catalog Record

A way of life : an address delivered to Yale students

Additional Resources

In addition to the digitized William Osler Letters Collection, the Reynolds-Finley Historical Library also holds the following important works by and about William Osler:

Aequanimitas - First edition

An Alabama Student - First edition

This biographical work was written by WIlliam Osler about antebellum Alabama physician, John Young Bassett. He received his medical degree from Washington Medical College in 1830 and set up a medical practice in 1836 in Huntsville, Alabama, where he spent most of his life. Housed in the Reynolds-Finley Library is a Scrapbook on Slavery compiled and written by Bassett.

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