Correspondence, 1897-1915.

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Oefele, Felix, Freiherr von, 1861-. Correspondence, 1897-1915.

Correspondence, 1897-1915.

Eight ALS by Iwan Bloch, Felix Oefele, Albrecht Notthafft, Georg Sticker, and William Henry Welch on various topics loosely related to the medical profession.

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