Sir William Osler: An Annotated Bibliography with Illustrations. Edited by Richard L. Golden, Charles G. Roland. San Francisco: Norman Publishing Company, 1988.
Abbott, Maude Elizabeth. Classified and Annotated Bibliography of Sir William
Osler's Publications. (Based on the chronological bibliography by Minnie Wright
Blogg. 2d. edition, revised and indexed. Montreal, Canada: The Medical Museum, McGill
Blogg, Minnie Wright. Bibliography of the Writings of Sir William Osler. Baltimore: [The Lord Baltimore Press], 1921.
Bliss, Michael. William Osler: A Life in
Medicine. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999.
Cushing, Harvey. The Life of Sir William Osler. London: Oxford University
Press, 1940, 2 vol.
"Sir William Osler Memorial Number," Bulletin of the International Association of Medical Museums and Journal of Technical Methods, 1926, no. 9.
"Sir William Oslers Autobiographical Notes," edited by Edward H. Bensley and Donald G. Bates, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1976, 50: 596-618.
Courville, C. "Sir William Osler and His Portraits," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1949, 23: 353-377.
Sakula, Alex. The Portraiture of Sir William Osler. London: The Royal Society of
Life & Works
Nation, Earl F., Roland, Charles G., and McGovern, John P. An Annotated Checklist of Osleriana. [Kent, Ohio]: Kent State University Press, 1976.
Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine and Related Sciences. Subject Catalogue of the History of Medicine and Related Sciences. München: Kraus International Publications, 1980. Volume 17, pp. 156-167.
WILDCat (telnet to WIHM.UCL.AC.UK.)
WILDCat is the name of the computer system used by the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine (WIHM) for storing, searching, and manipulating data relating to the institute's library holdings. It provides access to the books and journals in the WIHM library and is the online version of the quarterly bibliography Current Work in the History of Medicine (1954-). It provides a small overlap with and is a continuation of the Subject Catalogue of the History of Medicine and Related Subjects (indexes secondary sources ca. 1900 1978), published by the WIHM in 1980.
This is the National Library of Medicine's history of medicine database, a file
within the NLM's massive system of health-related databases. This database is accessible
through NLMs public access website, INTERNET GRATEFUL MED. The database contains
NLM's formerly published annual Bibliography of the History of Medicine from 1964
on. This is an index to articles in books and journals and does not list monographs.
Selected Published Collections
Aequanimitas: With Other Addresses to Medical Students, Nurses and Practitioners of Medicine. London: H. K. Lewis, 1904.
Aequanimitas: With Other Addresses to Medical Students, Nurses and Practitioners of Medicine. Second edition, with three additional addresses. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1906.
An Alabama Student, and Other Biographical Essays. New York: Oxford University Press; London: Henry Frowde, .
The Collected Essays of Sir William Osler. Edited and with an introduction by John P. McGovern and Charles G. Roland. Birmingham, Ala.: Classics of Medicine Library, 1985.
Counsels and Ideals from the Writings of William Osler. Oxford: Henry Frowde, 1905.
Men and Books: Collected and Reprinted from the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
With an introduction by Earl F. Nation. Pasadena, Calif.: Castle Press, 1959.
Selected Writings of Sir William Osler, 12 July 1849 to 20 December 1919. With an introduction by G. L. Keynes. London: Oxford University Press, 1951.
"Sir William Osler," Medical Classics, 1939, 4: 175-176.
Sir William Osler, 1849-1919: A Selection for Medical Students. Edited and with an introduction by Charles G. Roland. Toronto: The Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine, 1982.
The Student Life and Other Essays. With an introduction by H. H. Bashford. London: Constable, 1928.
William Osler's Collected Papers on the Cardiovascular System. Edited, with,
introduction by W. Bruce Fye. Birmingham, Ala.: Classics of Cardiology Library, 1985.
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