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Full text of "A book of portraits of the faculty of the Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore / by Doris Ulmann"

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WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 
MEDICAL CENTER LIBRARY 



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A BOOK OF 

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OF THE FACULTY OF 

THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 

BALTIMORE 

By 
DORIS ULMANN 





BALTIMORE, MD. 

THE JOHNS HOPKINS PRESS 

1922 



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PRINTED AT THE SHOP OF WILLIAM E. RUDGE, MT. VERNON, N.Y. 

TYPE COMPOSITION BY BERTHA M. GOUDY AT THE VILLAGE PRESS, FOREST HILLS 

GARDENS, N. Y., IN "NEWSTYLE" TYPES DESIGNED BY FREDERIC W. GOUDY 



A BOOK OF PORTRAITS 




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INTRODUCTION 




BOOK OF PORTRAITS SUGGESTS 

frequently a very different conception to 
different individuals and often a volumi- 
nous production in which the portraits are 
subordinate to the text is implied. The au- 
thor's conception of a book of portraits is a 
volume in which the portraits grasp enough 
of the dominant character and outstanding personality of the in- 
dividual to make verbal delineation superfluous. 

The prominence of the Medical Department of the Johns 
Hopkins University is such that a book of portraits of the group 
of men who have played such a preeminent role in American 
medicine may be of interest not only to their present and former 
students but to many of their colleagues and friends. For those 
who know these men only through their writings a natural de- 
sire to see something of their personality frequently arises. In 
these portraits the aim has been to express as much as possible 
of the individuality and character of each member of the faculty, 
though this has not always been an easy task, nor perhaps has it 
always been attained. In trying to achieve this purpose the por- 
traits have been made in the more intimate surroundings of 
office, laboratory or study, thus avoiding the conventional trap- 



pings and posing of the professional studio. In their own envi- 
ronment natural attitudes are more readily taken with less tend- 
ency to assume an unconscious photographic expression, and it 
is in their more familiar haunts that their students and associates 
have come to picture them. 

In a work of this kind it is not possible to include the en- 
tire faculty. Dr. Welch, Dr. Williams and Dr. Smith have very 
kindly chosen those members of the faculty whose portraits are 
presented. It is regrettable that Sir William Osier and Dr. Wil- 
liam S. Halsted are missing in this group because their pupils and 
colleagues will ever associate their names with Johns Hopkins. 
It is regretted that when these portraits were made Sir William 
Osier was no longer at Johns Hopkins, and unfortunately, it was 
not possible to overcome Dr. Halsted's aversion to pose, either 
for the camera or for his picture in any other medium. The por- 
traits were made in the Spring of 1920, but on account of un- 
avoidable delays the book could not be completed sooner. 

I wish to express my indebtedness to Dr. William Baer for 
his very kind interest and assistance, and my appreciation to all 
who so patiently gave their time and who so heartily cooperated 
to make these portraits possible. I am delighted to thank Mr. 
Harry Phillips for his skill and care in the photogravure repro- 
ductions and Mr. Frederic W. Goudy for his characteristic and 
original work in typography. 

Doris Ulmann 
New York, June, 1922 



THE PORTRAITS 

Frank Johnson Goodnow, LL. D., President of the University 

William Henry Welch, M.D.,LL.D., Director and Head of the 
Department of Bacteriology and Immunology of School of 
Hygiene and Public Health 

John J. Abel, M. D., Sc. D., Professor of Pharmacology 

William Henry Howell, Ph.D.,M.D.,Sc.D.,LL.D., Professor 
of Physiology and Assistant Director of the School of Hy- 
giene and Public Health 

John Whitridge Williams, M. D., Sc. D., LL. D., Professor of 
Obstetrics and Dean 

Walter Jones, Ph. D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry 

Adolf Meyer, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Psychiatry 

Winford Henry Smith, M. D., Ex-Officio [Supt., Johns Hopkins 
Hospital} 

John Howland, M. D., Professor of Pediatrics 

William George Mac Callum, M. D., Baxley Professor of Path- 
ology 

Florence Rena Sabin, M. D., Sc. D., Professor of Histology 

William Sydney Thayer, M.D, LL.D., Hon. F.R.C.P.I., Pro- 
fessor of Medicine 

Lewis Hill Weed, M. D., Professor of Anatomy 

Henry Mills Hurd, M.D., LL.D., Professor Emeritus of Psy- 
chiatry 

Howard Atwood Kelly, M. D., LL. D., Hon. F. R. C. S., Professor 
Emeritus of Gynecology 



Max Broedel, Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Donald Russell Hooker,M.D., Associate Professor of Physiology 

Lewellys Franklin Barker, M. D., LL. D, Professor of Clinical 
Medicine 

John Miller Turpin Finney, M. D., Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Thomas Stephen Cullen,M.B., Professor of Clinical Gynecology 

Samuel Theobald, M. D., Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

Henry M. Thomas, M. D., Clinical Professor of Neurology 

Jere Williams Lord, M. D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology 

Thomas Caspar Gilchrist, M. D.,M.RC.S., L.S.A. [Eng.] Clin- 
ical Professor of Dermatology 

Hugh Hampton Young, M. D., Clinical Professor of Urology 

William Wood Russell, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 
Gynecology 

Thomas Barnes Futcher, M. B., Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine 

Joseph Colt Bloodgood, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery 

William Stevenson Baer, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 
Orthopedic Surgery 

Thomas Richmond Boggs, M. D., Associate Professor of Clini- 
cal Medicine 

Louis Virgil Hamman, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine 

John Timothy Geraghty, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 
Urology 



Frederick Henry Baetjer, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 
Roentgenology 

Samuel James Crowe, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 
Laryngology 

Richard Holden Follis, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery 

George J. Coy, Registrar of the Medical Department 



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