Penfield, Wilder Graves, 1891-1976 (American-Canadian Neurosurgeon)
- Existence: 26 January 1891-5 April 1976
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence between Norman Dott and colleagues, 1967-1968
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and colleagues, 1967-1968. The correspondence relates to meetings at the Congress and regarding other lectures and visits by Dott after the Toronto meeting. Some professional correspondence is included. The correspondents are: Edwin P. Boldrey, Paul C. Bucy (from Dott's visit to Chicago), Charles G. Drake (1967-1968) Joseph P. Evans, Kenneth E. Livingston, Robert L. Mclaurin, Wilder Penfield, Ernest Sachs and A. Earl Walker.
Correspondence between Norman Dott and Wilder Graves Penfield O. M., 1959-1960
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Norman Dott and Wilder Graves Penfield O. M., 1959-1960. Penfield attended the combined British Medical Association and Canadian Medical Association meeting in Edinburgh in July 1959 and addressed the meeting in collaboration with Lord Adrian. At the same time he received the Honorary Doctorate of Law from Edinburgh University and Honorary Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Dott corresponded with Penfield about the visit, acted as his host, and made...
Material relating to North America and Canada, October 1961
Scope and Contents Material relating to North America and Canada, dated October 1961 as part of Norman Dott's tour of South and North America. The material consists of programme of papers given, notes etc. of visits to North American centres, and correspondence. The places mentioned are Houston; Washington and Bethesda (includes manuscript of Dott's speech at banquet); Baltimore (includes photographs); Toronto; and Montreal. The correspondents are Maitland Baldwin, Jack Masur, Wilder Penfield, George B....
Dates: October 1961