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WILLIAM J. MAYO - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 09/16/1931 - HFSID 276872

DR. WILLIAM JAMES MAYO In this signed letter, Dr. Mayo offers a room to a colleague and his wife during a meeting of the Mayo Clinic Alumni Typed letter signed "W.J Mayo". 1 page, 7¾ x 10 ¼, on Mayo's personal stationery. Rochester, Minnesota, Sept. 16, 1931. Addressed to Dr. Dudley W.

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DR. WILLIAM JAMES MAYO
In this signed letter, Dr. Mayo offers a room to a colleague and his wife during a meeting of the Mayo Clinic Alumni
Typed letter signed "W.J Mayo". 1 page, 7¾ x 10 ¼, on Mayo's personal stationery. Rochester, Minnesota, Sept. 16, 1931. Addressed to Dr. Dudley W. Palmer, 707 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. In full: "Dear Dr. Palmer: Mrs. Mayo has asked me to write Mrs. Palmer and you to remind you that we are looking forward to having you with us in our home while you are in Rochester for the meeting of the Clinic alumni next month. It will be a great pleasure to see you both again and we hope that nothing will prevent your coming. If you will let us know when you will arrive, we want to see that you are met at the station and brought to the house. With kindest regards to Mrs. Palmer and you in which Mrs. Mayo joins me, Sincerely yours,". Mayo (1861-1939) was known for operations of the abdomen, pelvis and kidney. With his younger brother Charles Mayo (1865-1939), he developed a cooperative group clinic at St. Mary's Hospital in Minneapolis. This clinic evolved into the Mayo Clinic by 1903, the world's largest, and most renowned medical facilities. In 1915, they co-founded the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research in affiliation with the University of Minnesota. During World War I, William and Charles alternately served as surgical services consultants to the U.S. Army, and each was commissioned a Brigadier General in the medical-corps reserve at the end of the war. Lightly toned. Letter has been folded in eighths and unfolded. There is a small stain touching the "J" in the signature. Otherwise in fine condition.

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