The William Osler Papers
- [Johns Hopkins Hospital's first interns]
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- William Osler with Johns Hopkins Hospital's first game of interns, in April of 1889. After much anticipation, the hospital
opened its doors to the public in May. Osler acted as physician in chief at the hospital, which was intended as a center for
medical education and research as well as treatment. H. A. Lafleur, Resident Physician, and J. A. Scott and Harry Toulmin,
Assistant Residents, are also short in this photo.
- Back row: A. A. Ghriskey, John Miller Turpin Finney, Alexander Crever Abbott, Hunter Robb, G. S. Clarke, W. H. Baltzell.
- Second row: Harry Toulmin, William Osler, Joseph Alison Scott, Henry A. Lafleur, W. H. Farr.
- Front row: F. J. Brockway, D. M. Reese.
- [Description courtesy of McGill University.]
- Number of Image Pages:
- 1 (461,930 Bytes)
- Date Supplied:
- April 1889
- Original Repository: Osler Library of the History of Medicine, McGill University. William Osler Photo Collection
- URL: http://digital.library.mcgill.ca/osler/
- Image Number CUS_046-040_P
- This item is in the public domain. It may be used without permission.
- Exhibit Category:
- "Father of Modern Medicine": The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 1889-1905
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- Photographic prints
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