by [OSLER, William (1849-1919)] NATION, Earl F. (1910-2008); Charles Gordon ROLAND (1933-2009); John. P. McGOVERN (1921-2007).
Kent, Ohio:: Kent State University Press, 1976., 1976. 8vo. xii, , 289,  pp. Frontispiece, 1367 items, 4 illustrations, index. Black gilt-stamped cloth, glassine wrapper; glassine worn. Very good. ISBN: 0873381866 A compendium of works on the life and accomplishments of William Osler, who the McGill University Library website describes as "without question the best known and best loved physician in the English-speaking world." McGovern established the Oslerian Academy of Medicine. Roland, in addition to studies of Osler, wrote a seminal study of the Warsaw ghetto. Nation remained an active Osler scholar until his death at 98.
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