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Delirium of course but so real

Delirium of course but so real

(DLC/PP-1936:0089). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court / Samuel Clemens. New York : Charles L. Webster & Co., 1889, p. 572.

Gov Osborn tells how it feels to be seriously ill; lauds Sault hospital. Experiences in delirium of pneumonia described by former governor, now recuperating at his camp. By Chase S. Osborn.

Gov Osborn tells how it feels to be seriously ill; lauds Sault hospita...

A clipping from the Evening News Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Friday, August 5, 1938.; Also includes a clipping entitled "Call Chase Osborn. [Lansing. Michigan February 11, 1938]" from an unidentified newspaper.... more

Gov Osborn tells how it feels to be seriously ill; lauds Sault hospital. Experiences in delirium of pneumonia described by former governor, now recuperating at his camp. By Chase S. Osborn.

Gov Osborn tells how it feels to be seriously ill; lauds Sault hospita...

A clipping from the Evening News Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Friday, August 5, 1938.; Also includes a clipping entitled "Call Chase Osborn. [Lansing. Michigan February 11, 1938]" from an unidentified newspaper.... more

Gov Osborn tells how it feels to be seriously ill; lauds Sault hospital. Experiences in delirium of pneumonia described by former governor, now recuperating at his camp. By Chase S. Osborn.

Gov Osborn tells how it feels to be seriously ill; lauds Sault hospita...

A clipping from the Evening News Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Friday, August 5, 1938.; Also includes a clipping entitled "Call Chase Osborn. [Lansing. Michigan February 11, 1938]" from an unidentified newspaper.... more

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