File Johnson_E - Johnson, Eyjolfur

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Johnson, Eyjolfur

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Johnson [Jonsson], Eyjolfur “Olie”

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"Olie"

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CA UMCMA Johnson_E

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(1901-1972)

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Education: MD(Man)1926, FRCS (Edin)

Positions: Selkirk Mental Hospital

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The Eyjolfur (Olie) Johnson (Jonsson) file contains the following material:

  1. Obit.: CMAJ v108:1032 Apr 21, 1973; WFP 14 Jan 2009 (wife) (2pp)

  2. Copy of student card file (1p)

  3. CMA - Senior Members 103rd Annual General Meeting of CMA program, June 17, 1970; same article with note on name change (3pp)

  4. Copy of 1926 graduation picture Brown & Gold 1926 (1p)

  5. Copies of letters to his classmates 1928 and 1929 (2pp)

  6. Letter to Mrs. Paula Fuller re donation of bone saw who gave the story of his name (see note below (1p)
    Note:
    Dr. Jonsson was registered at birth in Selkirk. His parents just said "Jonsson" and the clerk, not knowing the Icelandic way, spelled it "Johnson". When Dr. J. received his FRCP from Edinburgh, they spelled it as he had been registered so he thereafter went by "Johnson". All his siblings were registered and went by "Jonsson"

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