Davis, Richard, Dr.

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Davis, Richard, Dr.

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1944-2014

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Dr. Richard (Rick) Davis was a family physician from Guelph, Ontario. He learned of Robertson Davies in 1975, in a third-year North American Literature class at the University of Guelph. He began collecting books by Davies in 1980, and became acquainted with the writer in 1988. Davis became a prolific collector of Davis' books, as well as archival material and ephemera related to the author. Davis provided medical advice to Davies for 'Murther and the Walking Spirits' (1991) and 'The Cunning Man' (1994).

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MS Coll 00050

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Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto

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