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BP MUR USA P K458

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Date: 1941

 

Notes: This bookplate's design features a lakeside camping scene with mountains visible in the distance. It is framed by Scottish thistles. Above the scene are three logos representing the Royal Army Medical Corps, the University of Toronto, and Johns Hopkins University. A globe and stack of books are featured in the lower left corner and a small escutcheon of the University of Toronto sits at the bottom centre of the design. The creator of the bookplate is listed as W. W. A. ; Bookplate Type : Pictorial ; Bookplate Function : OwnershipNorman M. (Macdonnell) Keith, M.D., b. 1885 attended the University of Toronto and was part of the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) in the first World War. Keith also worked for the department of Urology at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. According to John L. Graner, who authored a historical vignette on Leonard Rowntree, while at Johns Hopkins, Keith collaborated with Rowntree, Samuel Amberg and Reginald Fitz. As a result of this previous experience, Keith was ultimately recruited to work at the Mayo Clinic by Rowntree (who served as Chief of the Department of Medicine for the Mayo Foundation). With Amberg and Fitz, Keith became a member of the 'Rowntree Group.' This group was credited with firmly establishing the clinic's research tradition, and with the institution of new subspecialty sections with a stronger research concentration. Keith's work focused on nephrology, hypertension and kidney disease and he published several works in these areas. ; Manuscript Notes : Dr. Norman Mayo Clinic / nephew of W. W. G. / veteran Great War / Graduate Toronto University / Johns Hopkins Baltimore ; Personal

 

Source: Original Format: University of British Columbia. Library. Rare Books and Special Collections. Thomas Murray Collection

 

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