Papers, 1888-1935 and undated.

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Kelly, Howard A. (Howard Atwood), 1858-1943. Papers, 1888-1935 and undated.

Papers, 1888-1935 and undated.

ALS, TLS, cards and reprints. Correspondence to Kelly from Ernest Watson Cushing; from Benjamin Frantz, on the earliest use of ether and chloroform; from William Halsted, on gynecological surgery; from William W. Keen, on yellow fever; from Fielding H. Garrison, on medical history; from D'Arcy Power; and from H. S. Jennings, on evolution. Sir Alexander Russell Simpson, Evelyn Blantyre Simpson, and James Young Simpson, all relatives of Sir James Young Simpson, relate family news. William H. Welch, friend and colleague, writes on personal and professional matters, including the faculty and staff at the Johns Hopkins Medical School, Osler and the founding of the Medical School, medical ethics, the organization of the military medical services, and World War I.

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