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On April 8, 1939, the Harvey Cushing Society, holding its annual meeting in New Haven, Conn., celebrated at formal dinner the seventieth birthday of its senior patron and guest of honor, Harvey Cushing, which occurred on that day. Every member not incapacitated by illness or other urgent cause attended, and congratulatory messages from all over the world, beginning with the "Chief's" co-father-in-law, the President of the United States, were read. Dr. Cushing was then presented with this book, which had been prepared unbeknownst to him. Its foreword had best be repeated.
"The present compilation includes all of Dr. Cushing's published writings that could be traced through the usual bibliographical channels. The first section sets forth his degrees and titles, the second his books and monographs, and the third is a chronological list of his contributions to periodicals extending over a period of an even forty years; the final section is
A Bibliography of the Writings of Harvey Cushing Prepared on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday April 8, 1939. Arch NeurPsych. 1939;42(5):977. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archneurpsyc.1939.02270230199018
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