Letter to John C. Warren from Harrison Gray

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Title

Letter to John C. Warren from Harrison Gray

Description

The letter suggests to Dr. Warren that he publish his work on the Lowell vs. Faxon and Hawkes case independently of Charles Lowell. Lowell wants to publish the Deposition, but uses the defendant's names freely, so Gray encourages him to go to the newspapers. Warren, meanwhile, purposely omits the defendants names in his writing, and if he were to publish alongside Lowell it would be as though he was intentionally trying to expose them.

Creator

Gray, Harrison

Date Created

1826, July 18

Is Part Of

Correspondence about dislocation of hip joint by John C. Warren
Rare books section of the Countway Library

Is Referenced By

View the online catalog record.

Format

text

Language

English

Type

text

Provenance

Originally filed by John Collins Warren, and later bequest to the Warren Anatomical Museum by John Collins Warren II.

Files

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Citation

Gray, Harrison, “Letter to John C. Warren from Harrison Gray,” OnView, accessed July 18, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/5823.