Telegram from Edward Bell to Wilder Penfield, March 27, 1916.
Date:
1916-03-27
Description:
Handwritten telegram from Edward Bell written to Wilder Penfield. Bell appears to be writing in regards to something (he and) Penfield are trying to publish. Bell writes that he is having difficulty obtaining permission to enter Dover [where Penfield in staying in a Hospital], which is causing too much of a delay. He asks that Penfield wire what he would like published and Bell will pay the expenses.
Physical Description:
text.telegram.black and white 13.8 x 20.9 cm
Language:
English

is Part Of:
Wilder Penfield Digital Collection

Wilder Penfield Fonds P142 -- Series C (Correspondence) -- Sub-Series C/D (Correspondence, domestic)
Publisher:
Osler Library of the History of Medicine, McGill University
Citation:
Telegram from Edward Bell to Wilder Penfield, March 27, 1916. [Online image]. Wilder Penfield Digital Collection Wilder Penfield Fonds P142 -- Series C (Correspondence) -- Sub-Series C/D (Correspondence, domestic) . Osler Library of the History of Medicine, McGill University . Retrieved October 17, 2019 from http://digital.library.mcgill.ca/penfieldfonds/fullrecord.php?ID=9520
Rights:
This material has been made available with the consent of the copyright holders and can be used in accordance with fair dealing provisions of Canadian copyright law. For more information, please contact the Osler Library of the History of Medicine.
Creator:
Bell, Edward, active 1916.
Notes:
"Office of Origin and Service Instructions London 3" "Handed in at} 347 Receieved here at 425p". There is a Dover post office stamp in the upper right hand corner with the date "27MR16".

Transcription of telegram message: "TO{Reply Paid Wilder G. Penfield Naval Hospital Dover Afraid difficulty obtaining consent military authorities enter Dover cause too much delay will you send me what you would like published if necessary wire will gladly refund telegraphic expenses Edward Bell".

Telegram is written on Post Office Telegraphs stationary.

Record includes a view of the verso side of the telegram. The verso side is blank, but handwriting and the Dover post office stamp can be seen through the paper.

Call Number:
D-C/D 21-2/1