Sir William Osler to Wilburt C. Davison


Dear Davison,
How is Bobbie Emmons? I hear he has not been well & have not had a line from him for weeks. Poor fellow I fear he has been much bedevilled with this love affair & with the girls illness. I am so sorry for him. All well here. Dreyer is just back from a five months tour in America, full of enthusiasm.

Scarcely a day passes without a visit from some Am. or Canadian doctor. The Hospitals are getting well organized. I wish I could look in on you & see the laboratory at work. The Radcliffe very busy & many cases of exceptional interest. Clivedon is full[.] Mrs. Astor has another baby. Lady Osler joins me in love to you both. Where is Penfield?
Sincerely yours
Wm Osler

Item Description

  • May 9, 1918 letter from Sir William Osler to Wilburt Davison with updates on friends.
Date created
  • osler73-74
Resource type
Archival collection
  • Wilburt Cornell Davison Papers, 1881-1972 (MC.0010)
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