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" ... $326,602.51 Amount brought forward, . . . Medical School (continued) : M. Douglas Flattery Prize Fund: M. Douglas Flattery: " the income to be used annually for the purpose of giving a Gold Medal and $500 in cash to the person whom they (the President... "
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society - Página 111
por Massachusetts Historical Society - 1923 - 318 páginas
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Reports of the President and the Treasurer of Harvard College

Harvard University - 1918
...and $500 in cash to the person whom they (the President and Fellows of Harvard College) might judge to have made a discovery in any branch of science...would result in the greatest good to Humanity in the direction of the Prevention of Disease or the Conservation of Health, in the broadest sense.": Securities...
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Report of the President of Harvard ..., Volumen14,Tema 12 -Volumen15,Tema 16

Harvard University - 1919
...and $500 in cash to the person whom they (the President and Fellows of Harvard College) might judge to have made a discovery in any branch of science...would result in the greatest good to Humanity in the direction of the Prevention of Disease or the Conservation of Health, in the broadest sense.": Securities...
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The Annual Report of the President of Harvard University to the Overseers on ...

Harvard University - 1919
...and $500 in cash to the person whom they (the President and Fellows of Harvard College) might judge to have made a discovery in any branch of science...would result in the greatest good to Humanity in the direction of the Prevention of Disease or the Conservation of Health, in the broadest sense.": Securities...
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Catalogue - Harvard University

Harvard University - 1920
...Medal and five hundred dollars in cash to the person who may be judged by the President and Fellows to have made a discovery in any branch of science...would result in the greatest good to humanity in the direction of the prevention of disease or the conservation of health in the broadest sense. Other Prize*....
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The Harvard Graduates' Magazine

William Roscoe Thayer - 1920
...University Press. M. Doug'as Flattery, LS 1901-1902, has given a bas-relief bronze medal to be awarded "to the person the President and Fellows of Harvard...or conservation of health in the broadest sense." THE QUINQUENNIAL CATALOGUE. It is expected that the next Harvard University Quinquennial Catalogue...
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The Harvard Graduates' Magazine, Volumen26

William Roscoe Thayer - 1918 - 784 páginas
...1918 — "for the purpose of giving a Gold Medal and $500 in cash to the person whom they might judge to have made a discovery in any branch of science...would result in the greatest good to humanity in the direction of the prevention of disease or the conservation of health in their broadest sense"; and...
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The Harvard Graduates' Magazine, Volumen26

William Roscoe Thayer - 1918 - 856 páginas
...1918 — "for the purpose of giving a Gold Medal and $500 in cash to the person whom they might judge to have made a discovery in any branch of science...would result in the greatest good to humanity in the direction of the prevention of disease or the conservation of health in their broadest sense"; and...
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