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J. A. S. Brunelle Collection

J. A. S. Brunelle Collection

Physical Description

8,5 cm of textual records (5 items)


ca 1783-ca 1882

Biographical Sketch / Administrative History

Dr. J.A.S. Brunelle was a Montreal doctor, living on Sherbrooke Street.

Scope and Content

The collection contains three volumes of manuscripts from an anonymous student of the course of lectures on midwifery by Dr. Thomas Young, dating from 1783. The first volume has three inserts: two pencil portraits of unidentified men and an envelope on which is written a note to Dr. J.A.S. Brunelle. The collection is divided in three file folders.

Finding Aids

Custodial History

Purchased by the Osler Library in 1939. Old accession number 284. The volumes had been given to Dr. J.A.S. Brunelle by the Curé Desnoyers of St-Pie.


The documents are in English and there are inscriptions in French.

Source of Supplied Title Proper

Based on the documents in the collection.

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Student Notes