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Happy Birthday, Sir William!
July 12, 2018 marks the 169th birthday of Sir William Osler, MD. He was born in rural Bond Head, Ontario, Canada where his father was a minister with a small parish.  From the time he was a child, Osler was always noted as having eyes like " little-burnt-ho...
Happy Birthday, Sir William!
Happy Birthday, Sir William!
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Happy 4th of July!
From all of us at MedChi, Have a Safe & Happy 4th of July!
Happy 4th of July!
Happy 4th of July!
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Oral Histories - We Need YOUR Help!
One of the projects that's been in the queue for a long time is collecting oral histories of our members and boards.  With the death of our good friend, MedChi member, board member and historian, Thomas E. Hunt, Jr. MD , late last year, we realized that we ...
Oral Histories - We Need YOUR Help!
Oral Histories - We Need YOUR Help!
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New Additions
If you've been reading this blog for a while, you might notice a change at the top of the page.  We have added some new tabs right under the main picture with some of our more requested topics. They include: The Hunt History of Medicine Lectures , along wit...
New Additions
New Additions
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How Marcia Crocker Noyes and Sir William Osler, MD, Built a Library
A Presentation to the 2018 American Osler Society Conference  In 1888, William Osler
was recruited by the soon-to-open Johns Hopkins Hospital to become the
physician-in-chief, as well as Professor of Medicine at its School of Medicine
in Baltimore. By 1890,...
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Happy Birthday to Our Building
Over the weekend, we will pause to celebrate the 109th birthday of our headquarters building on Cathedral Street.  MedChi had moved twice between 1890 and 1909, including to Hamilton Terrace in Eutaw Street. When that building was purchased in 1893, the mem...
Happy Birthday to Our Building
Happy Birthday to Our Building
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American Osler Society 2018
The 48th Annual Conference of the American Osler Society will take place from May 13-16 at the University of Pittsburgh.  I submitted an abstract to present a paper in November and in early January, I found that my paper had been accepted! My paper is title...
American Osler Society 2018
American Osler Society 2018
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Lecture: The Restoration of the Nuthshell Studies of Unexplained Death
The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death are one of Baltimores many hidden treasures. These tiny crime scenes, created in the 1940s at a scale of 1:12, are studied by detectives and investigators from around the world who come to Baltimore for training on ...
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The Bronzes at MedChi
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the bronze plaque of George Roh é (1851-1899). I realized that we have about a half-dozen of these bronze plaques scattered around, mostly in the 1909 building. Most of the bronzes date from the time that the building was open...
The Bronzes at MedChi
The Bronzes at MedChi
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Restored: The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death
The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death are one of Baltimores many hidden treasures. These tiny crime scenes, created in the 1940s at a scale of 1:12, are studied by detectives and investigators from around the world who come to Baltimore for training on ...
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