File Rodin_AE - Rodin, Alvin Eli

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(1926-1999)

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Education: MD(Man)1950; MSc(Med)(Man)1960
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The Alvin Eli Rodin file contains the following material:

1. 5 x 7 student card (1p

2. CV 1994 and bibliography of publications (23pp)

3. Letters Houston/Rodin 1996 (3pp)

4. Copy of brief bio from Faculty of Med and MMCF Newsletter Feb 1997 (1p)

5. Retirement from Wright State U Vitalsigns 14:4 August 1988 (2pp)

6. Corres Rodin/Kerr 1982-89 (18pp)

7. Installation as president of Amer Osler Soc UMMJ 62: 129 199 (1p)

8. “An ode to fibrillation” Pharos 51:15 Summer 1988 with note from “Al” (3pp)

9. Publishers' flyers re: his books: Oslerian Pathology; An assessment and Annotated Atlas of Museum Specimens; Medicine, Literature and Eponyms: Encyclopedia of Medical Eponyms Derived from Literary Characters; The Influence of Matthew Baillie's Morbid Anatomy, Biography, Evaluation and Reprint; Conan Doyle's Tales of Medical Humanism and Values; incl Letter to editor re Diagnosis and Detection:The Medical Iconography of Sherlock Holmes by P Accardo (6pp)

10. Reprints: (57pp)


  • “Comments on Sherlockian similarities in Eco’s Name of the Rose” Baker St.Misc 47:17-19 1986 (10(pp1-3))
  • “The scientific Holmes” Sherlock Holmes Rev 1(3/4) 82-86, 116-122 [n.d.] (10(pp4-11))
  • “Medical reputation & literary creation . . .” Adler Museum Bull 13: 21-23 1987 (10(12-14))
  • “Doctor Arthur Conan Doyle in So Africa” Med Bull US Army Med Dep PB8-89-5/6:3-12 1989 (10(15-20))
  • "Behind the times:Conan Doyle’s message . . .” J Arthur Conan Doyle Soc 1: 31-34 1989 (p10(21-23))
  • “Osler’s brain & related mental matters” South Med J 83: 207-12, 1990 - signed (4ppbooklet + 3/4 covers (10(24))
  • “The teaching of medical history ... Teaching the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins U Press 1982 (10(25-27))
  • “Sir Wm Osler & Sir Arthur Conan Doyle” Humane Med 6: 46-52 1990 (10(28-34))
  • “A Phymouth adventure . . .” Baker St Misc 57:1-20, 1989 (10(35-46))
  • “Medicine, war and poppies . . .” J US Army Med Dept Jun/Jul 1990 (10(47-57))

11. Staff record: restricted access (3pp)
See also:

  • book(s) in Manitoba Authors’ Collection in NJM

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