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Attending Pediatrician, New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital 
Consulting Pediatrician, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City. 

November 6, 1949 

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The material for this booklet was secured through the courtesy of the Co- 
lumbia Alumni Federation, and other Alumni Associations, through the State 
and County Medical Societies, the Journals of the A.M.A., the P & S Bulletins, 
Dr. John Shrady's "College of P & S and Its Founders," Dr. Howard Fox's 
"Eliot Quiz," and through the questionnaire sent to the living members of the 
class of 1902 P & S. I am indebted to the Bureau of Public Information for the 
photographs and descriptive literature. 

Miss Serena Jamele of the University Service Bureau of Columbia is really 
responsible for the production of this record. My thanks also is due to Miss 
Eileen M. Cormody of the State Society for valuable assistance in securing in- 
formation regarding graduates of our class. Miss Milfred Melcher of the Dean's 
office at P & S also was very helpful. It is regretable that the data regarding 
some of our classmates is rather meagre, but it seemed impossible to learn 
more of their medical career. 

There were 142 members of our class who graduated in 1902. Of this num- 
ber 66 are still living. 

An incomplete analysis of the various specialties engaged in show: Sur- 
gery, 27; College Professors and Teachers, 19; Pediatrics, 9; Obstetrics and 
Gynecology, 6; Radiography, 6; Ophthalmology, 4; Urology, 4; Public Health, 5; 
Ear, Nose and Throat, 6; Neurology, 2; Neuro-Psychiatry, 2; Laboratories, 3; 
Sanitaria, 3; Deans in Medical Schools, 3; Captain in U.S.M.C., 1; Orthope- 
dics, 2; Physical Medicine, 2; Medical Missionary, 1; Dermatology, 1; General 
Practice, 42. 

The number of our class who attended various colleges were: Yale Univer- 
sity, 18; City College of New York, 14; Columbia, 5; Princeton, 4; Williams, 4; 
Holy Cross, 2; DePau, 2; Brown University, 2; Harvard University, 2; and other 
institutions, 21. 

In World War I, 52 of our classmates were in service and five of these 
served in World War I and II. 


Vice-President in Charge of Medical Affairs 
Dean, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York 


Dr. Rappleye, who has been dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Columbia 
since 1931, has had wide experience as a teacher, hospital director and medi- 
cal school administrator. 

Born in Marinette, Wise, in 1892, Dr. Rappleye received the A.B. degree 
from the University of Illinois in 1915 and the M.D. from Harvard in 1918. Be- 
fore his graduation from Illinois, Dr. Rappleye was named an instructor in 
biology at that university. He was pathologist at the Foxboro, Mass., State 
Hospital from 1917 to 1918 and served as medical house officer of the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital in 1918 and 1919. 

In 1919 and 1920, Dr. Rappleye was director of the clinical laboratories 
and taught biochemistry at the University of California. He served as director 
of hospitals and professor of Hospital Administration at California from 1920 to 
1922. He then returned east to become superintendent of the New Haven, Conn., 
Hospital and professor of Hospital Administration at Yale from 1922 to 1926. 
From 1925 to 1932 he was director of the Committee on Medical Education. 

When Dr. Rappleye was appointed dean of the Columbia Faculty of Medi- 
cine, he was also named as professor of Medical Economics. He is a trustee of 
the Roosevelt Hospital in New York, Vassar College and the Columbia Univer- 
sity Press. He is also president of the Josiah Macy, Jr., Foundation and a con- 
sultant to the National Institute of Realth and the National Cancer Institute. 
He has served as chairman of the board of the Health Insurance Plan and is an 
advocate of group medical programs. In 1940 he received a leave of absence 
from Columbia to accept appointment as Commissioner of Hospitals for the City 
of New York. He returned to the University early in 1942 despite the insistence 
of Mayor LaQuardia that he remain in the hospital post. 

Dr. Rappleye is married, lives at 542 W. 114th Street, and is the father of 
two children, Willard Cole Rappleye, Jr., and Mrs. Alfred Corning Clark, both 
of New York City. 


As we look back upon the P & S of our time and compare it with the P & S 
of today it seems as if we had been deprived of great opportunities! Yet as a 
class 1902 P & S has done very well! Its members have been prominent in all 
of the medical specialties and in some instances outstanding. We doubtless 
lacked some of the advantages of modern medicine, yet by making the most of 
those offered to us we certainly have achieved an honorable position in the 
practice of medicine. 

When we entered the Medical School and first approached the buildings on 
West 59th Street we were duly impressed, yet how much more so must the em- 
bryonic doctor of today be as he enters the awe-inspiring structures on West 
168th Street! 

The group which we occupied consisted of the College Building Proper, 
the Vanderbilt Clinic and the Sloane Maternity Hospital on 59th Street and 
Amsterdam Avenue. The buildings were given by the late William Vanderbilt, 
his family, and by Mr. William D. Sloane. They comprised thirty lots of land 
bounded by 59th Street, 60th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. 

Columbia College, one oi the earliest of American institutions of learning, 
was founded as King's College in 1754. Its non-sectarian charter provided for 
the appointment of ministers from five different denominations for ex-official 
governors under the leadership of Dr. Samuel Johnson, its first President. 

The first Hospital was chartered in 1771 and built on the five acre lot, a 
portion of the old Rutgers farm, located on Broadway between Duane and Worth 
Streets, not far from the site of the present building of the BoEird of Health. It 
was removed later to a plot lying within Jay, Hudson and Duane Streets. The 
corner stone was laid in 1771 but when the Hospital was nearing completion it 
burned down. This was in 1775 and the next year the Committee of Safety took 
charge of the property for military purposes and the library and equipment were 
moved to the City Hall for security reasons. 

In 1784 P & S opened under the name of Columbia College. In 1791 the re- 
gents were empowered to create the College of P & S which however was not 
duly chartered until 1807. The first building was known as No. 18 and located 
on the south side of Robinson Street forming part of Park Place. The first 
large supporting fund came from the "Literature Fund Lotteries" and amounted 
to $20,000 paid in installments of $5000 each. 

In 1809 the Medical School had a building of its own at 553 Pearl Street. 
This was obtained through the efforts of Dr. Romayne, one of the original 
Founders. In 1811 the first public graduation was held with eight graduates. 
From 1813-1817 the school building was at 3 Barclay Street. Dr. Hosock, the 
teacher of Pharmacology, purchased from the city twenty acres bounded by 



















Fifth and Sixth Avenues, 47th and 51st Streets, the leasehold of Columbia 
College. This property was laid out as a botanical garden named by him the 
Elgin Botanic Garden. This was entrusted to P & S but later reverted to Co- 
lumbia College. The value of this property today to Columbia will be realized 
when it is remembered that it is the location of the Radio City! 

The College occupied buildings on Fourth Avenue at Twenty-third Street 
from 1856 to 1887. Under its tenth president, Dr. John C. Dalton, the College 
came into possession of the buildings on West 59th Street. 

On July 1,1891, the College of Physicians and Surgeons through legisla- 
tive measures became a part of Columbia University. On the west side of the 
vestibule at the entrance on Fifty-ninth Street was a tablet marked witli the 
various locations of the School. 

No. 18 Robinson Street 1807-1809 

No. 12 Magazine Street 1809-1813 

No. 5 Barclay Street 1815-1837 

No. 67 Crosby Street 1837-1856 

No. 101 East Twenty-third Street 1856-1887 
No. 457 West Fifty-ninth Street 1887- 
Another tablet reads: 

This College was chartered by the Regents of 
University of the State of New York 
March 12, 1807 
and was co-instituted the 
Medical Department of Columbia College 
June 6, 1860 
These large tablets have been transferred to the new P & S building at the 
Medical Center. During this period the Medical School had grown from six stu- 
dents to over eight hundred. 

Dr. Seth Low v\as president of Columbia University while we were studying 
but soon after our graduation he was succeeded by an equally famous educator, 
Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler. 

It was indeed a noteworthy group of men who directed our medical training! 
There were John W. McLane, Dean of the Faculty; Thomas M. Marcoe, Profes- 
sor of Surgery; T. Gaillard Thomas, Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology; Professor Delafield in Medicine; John G. Curtis, Professor of 
Physiology; George L. Peabody, Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 
George M. Tuttle, Professor of Gynecology; Edward B. Cragin, Professor of 
Obstetrics; William T. Bull, Professor of Surgery; also Robert Weir, Joseph 
Blake, George E. Brewer, Charles McBurney, all distinguished surgeons; 
Walter James in Medicine; M. Allen Star in Neurology; Virgil Gibney in Ortho- 
pedics; Andrew J. McCosh, famous surgeon, and Robert Abbe; also Charles N. 
Dowd, and Charles H. Peck; Royal Whitman, Abraham Jacobi and L. Emmett 
Holt in Pediatrics; Dr. Prudden, Francis C. Wood in Pathology; Arnold Knapp 
and Charles H. May in Ophthalmology; George M. Lefforts, famous for his ora- 
torical demonstrations in Laryngology; "Cut to the right of you, cut to the left 

of you and for God's sake cut** as he used to shout in discussing Oedema of 
the Glottis; James J. Voorhees and many others who achieved national promi- 
nence. Such an array of talent could not help but inspite the students, although 
some of these teachers were not particularly good lecturers! This is probably 
as true today as it was forty years ago! Most of the teaching was by didactic 
lectures and consequently classroom work was greatly neglected. The result of 
this was that many of the men had to depend upon outside quizzes for prepara- 
tion for the strenuous hospital examinations which were necessary for appoint- 
ment to most of the New York Hospitals. 

Of these quizzes the most prominent was that conducted by Dr. Ellsworth 
Eliot. He was an outstanding surgeon, attending at Presbyterian Hospital 
among others, and a most remarkable teacher. He established his quiz in 1890 
and it continued until 1913 when due to the adoption of more, classroom instruc- 
tion in the medical school, it was no longer needed. During this period there 
were 476 students who were members of this quiz, the majority of them college 
graduates. Practically all received desirable hospital appointments. The com- 
petition for these positions was quite different from what it is today. Presby- 
terian selected the most interns from this quiz, 76 in number; Roosevelt, 75; 
St. Luke's, 54; New York Hospital, 50; Bellevue, 49; Mount Sinai, 27; Post 
Graduate, 16; City Hospital and the Lying-in Hospital, 15 each; and Gouveneur 
Hospital, 11. Many hospitals outside of the city also welcomed men from this 
quiz. The instructors were men of standing in the various hospitals in New 
York: Dr. William R. Williams of New Yofk Hospital in Medicine; Dr. Taylor in 
Surgery with Dr. Eliot; Dr. Meara in Pharmacology; Dr. Darrach in Anatomy and 

Dr. Frank Oastler also conducted a most excellent quiz. As these quizzes 
involved considerable extra expense it was fortunate for the student that this 
system of instruction could be abolished. 

Tuition in our day was $200.00 which indeed represented a very small part 
of the cost to the University for the education of each student. The present 
tuition is $650.00 and this also is a fraction of the cost. 

When we entered the medical school Dr. James M. McLane was Dean of the 
Faculty. He was succeeded by Dr. Samuel Lambert who was instrumental in 
establishing classroom recitations. 

Dr. William Darrach followed Dr. Lambert. He was assisted by Dr. Frederick 
Van Buren, a member of the class of 1902, P & S. Dr. Darrach retired in 1931 
and then he was succeeded by Dr. Willard C. Rappleye, the present Dean. He 
is instrumental for the reduction of the number of students in each class and 
for many other beneficial changes. 

New York, N.Y. W. Morgan Hartshorn 

November 6, 1949 

P & S IN 1949 

It is a far cry from the P & S of 1900 with its three rather inadequate build- 
ings and the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center of today embracing eighteen 
fireproof steel, brick and concrete buildings each floor connecting with the 
wards and services of Presbyterian Hospital, Sloane Hospital for Women and 
Vanderbilt Clinic! 

Since 1917 women have been admitted to the Medical School on the same 
basis as men. In 1945 the medical faculty was made responsible for the educa- 
tional program in Medicine, Dental and Oral Surgery, Public Health and Nurs- 
ing, Occupational and Physical Therapy and the School of Tropical Medicine 
in Puerto Rico. Each school has its associated dean. Due largely to the pro- 
gressive policy of Dean Rappleye there are marked changes in the curriculum. 
The number of students is limited to 100 or 110 for the entering class. This 
makes the selection of students a difficult matter as the number of candidates 
range from twenty-one to twenty-eight hundred. More than two-thirds of the ap- 
plicants reside outside of New York City and in 1948 fifty-three percent lived 
outside of the state. The 116 students accepted for admission came from sixty- 
two colleges and from eighteen states. Eighty of the 116 were war veterans. 

After discussion with the Medical Board of the Presbyterian Hospital, a 
plan has been developed for moving the New York Orthopedic Hospital and 
Dispensary to the Medical Center. Due to the excessive cost of construction 
the plans for a private patient pavillion have been modified. The new Francis 
Delafield Hospital for malignant tumors is expected to be ready for occupancy 
in 1949. Plans for the Public Health Center on Riverside Drive have also been 
modified by omission of the Hospital for Tropical and Contagious Diseases. 
The uncertainty over the continuity of the School of Tropical Diseases has 
been removed as Columbia has been invited by the authorities in Puerto Rico 
to continue the school. 

Since 1944 the voluntary hospitals and clinics have been consolidated 
into a single corporation under the Presbyterian Hospital, although they func- 
tion as separate units. The Medical Center group comprises The College of 
Physicians and Surgeons; School of Dental and Oral Surgery; School of Nurs- 
ing; School of Public Health; Washington Heights Health and Teaching Center; 
New York State Psychiatric Institute; The Presbyterian Hospital and its sub- 
divisions; The Squier Urological Clinic; the Institute of Ophthalomology; 
the School of Occupational and Physical Therapy; Harkness Pavillion; Sloane 
Hospital for Women; Vanderbilt Clinic; Babies Hospital; Neurological Insti- 
tute; the New York Orthopedic Hospital and Dispensary; and the Mary Harkness 
Convalescent Home. Other Hospitals are also used for teaching: Bellevue 





Hospital; Goldwater Memorial Hospital for Chronic Diseases on Welfare Island; 
Hospital for Joint Diseases; Hospital for Special Surgery: Institute for the 
Crippled and Disabled; Margaret Hague Maternity Hospital, a unit of the Jersey 
City Medical Center; Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Coopertown; Montefiori 
Hospital; Morrisania City Hospital; Mt. Sinai Hospital; Roosevelt, St. Luke's, 
Willard Parker, and Women's Hospitals. 

The requirement for admission to the first year class is three full academic 
years at an approved college covering a definite course in the sciences. Pref- 
erence is given to those students who in the opinion of the committee on ad- 
missions shows evidence of high achievement in their college education and 
are considered most likely to succeed in medicine. 

It is interesting to note that the average expense for the college years is 
S2025, while the minimum is estimated to be about $1626. 

In 1948^9, the fourth year class numbered 102 students; the third year 
class, 110; the second year class, 105; and the first year class, 114. About 
10 percent are women. The School of Public Health registered 106 students; 
the School of Nursing, 307; the Dental School, 122; and the School of Occupa- 
tional and Physical Therapy, 131. 

The students health service has the responsibility of providing medical 
care for all students registered under the Faculty of Medicine with the excep- 
tion of the undergraduate nvu-se. This includes a complete physical for all 
first and third year students in the medical school, of dental students and of 
those in the School of Occupational and Physical Therapy. Daily consultation 
hours are held. Plans are under way for the expansion of these services to 
include hospitalization through the Associated Hospital Service. 

The Selective Service Act of 1948 has presented new problems in medical 
education. It provided deferment for a certain number of students desiring to 
study medicine, but these young men should be allowed to complete their hos- 
pital service before being called into service. It is hoped that the military and 
naval forces improve their medical standards making the service much more 
attractive through professional opportunities and more rapid advancement. 

The P & S Alumni Association has been most active during the past few 
years and the annual dinner in the spring with its interesting speakers has 
been well attended. At this dinner the fifty year class are among the honored 
guests. In three years we will be among the guests! 

For more detailed information regarding the P & S of the present time the 
reader is referred to Dean Rappleye's fine report and to the latest Columbia 
Bulletin from which this resume has been freely taken. Both of these will be 
sent upon request. 

With its distinguished faculty, its magnificent buildings and equipment, its 
opportunities for clinical instruction, the College of P & S stands foremost 
among the medical schools of the world. 


ADAMS, JOHN KING. East Orange, N.J. Died March 28, 1936. 

Dr. Adams interned at St. Barnabas Hospital, Newark, N.J.; General Memorial and 
Lying In Hospitals. 

He was Attending Orthopedist, St. Mary's, Orange, N.J.; Dover General, Dover, N.J.; 
Cripple Children's, Newark, N.J.; Essex County Isolation and Essex County Insane 
Hospitals, Montclair, N.J. He was a member of A.M.A.; Clinical Society of Orange; 
F.A.C.S.; Essex County Path. Soc; Wm. Peirson Medical Library. 

Dr. Adams served in World War as First Lieut., M.C., with the 4th Division tiu-oughout 
its entire service in France. 

ASCH, JOSEPH J. New York City. Died August 15, 1935. 

Dr. Asch interned at the Lenox Hill Hospital from 1902-05. He was Urological Sur- 
geon to the out door service, and became Cystocopist about 1921. He was Cons. Sur- 
geon to the Skin and Cancer Hospital. He belonged to the Am. Urological Assn. and the 
Am. Psychoanalytic Assn. He was on the Staff of the Lenon Hill Hosp. He was a member 
of the A.M. A.; the Ac of Med.; and the State and County Soc. 

He was married and had a boy and two girls. 

The Superintendent of the Lenox Hill Hospital, Mr. Howe, spoke very highly of his 
service to the Hospital. 

BAKER, CHARLES FREDERICK. Newark, N.J. Died March 6, 1944. 

Dr. Baker was connected with the East Orange Hosp.; Essex Mt. Sanitarium; Irving- 
ton Gen. Hosp.; Orange Memor. Hosp.; Felkin Memorial; Babies Hosp.; Coit Mem.; 
Newark Eye and Ear Hosp.; Pres. Hosp.; and Hospital of St. Barnabas where he died 
aged 67 years. He belonged to the Radiographical Soc. of N. America; Am. College of 
of Radiography. Certified by Am. Board of Rad. 

BAFF, MAX. 15 Shamrock St., Worcester 4, Mass. 

Dr. Baff was born in New York, N.Y., Sept. 7, 1879, the son of Benjamin H. and Sarah 
Baff. He attended Public School ^^22, N.Y.C., and graduated from Newton St. Grammar 
School in 1894; and from Newark High School in 1898. He received his M.E. degree in 
1903 from the College of Electro-Therapeutics, Lima, Ohio; was a special student at 
Clark Univ. in 1908; and an Hon. Fellow at Clark Univ. in 1909. He is a licentiate in 
Medicine and Surgery in the States of New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. 

Dr. Baff was official physician, Massachusetts Boxing Commission, 1919 to 1939. 

He is a member of the Worcester District Medical Society; Fellow of the Massachu- 
setts Medical Society; Fellow, American Medical Association. 

At various times Dr. Baff lias had medical topics published in the New England 
Journal of Medicine, and Jour., A.M. A.; also in Medical World, Phila,, Pa., and in va- 
rious other medical and lay publications. 

He served as First Lieutenant, Medical Corps in World War I, stationed at Fort 
Oglethorpe, Ga. 

Dr. Baff is specially interested in boxing, v/restling, football. 

Dr. Baff writes; "P & S is an outstanding medical school. According to the A.M.A.'s 
report, 41 graduates took the examinations for licensure in various States with not a 
single failure in 1948, thus keeping pace with Johns Hopkins Medical School which 
established a similar record. 

"Have toured the U.S. from coast to coast; visited Azores, Medeira, Gibraltar, Al- 
geria, Italy, Switzerland; Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, England, Wales, and 
Ireland. Also Montreal, Quebec, Toronto, Ottawa and the St. Lawrence river; the South 
and Mexico (independently and not during military service)." 

BEACH, RALPH M. Brooklyn, N.Y. Died March 31, 1942. 

Dr. Beach interned at Meth. Epis. Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

He was Assistant Clinical Prof, of Obs. and Gyn., Long Island College of Medicine, 
1930-41; then Prof. Clinical Obs. and Gyn. F.A.C.S. Staff of Long Island Hospital, Att. 
and Consult. Obs. 1902-28. 

Att. Jewish Hospital, 1902-41; Chief, Obs. and Gyn., Methodist Hosp.; Att. Obs. and 
Gyn., Israel Zion; Chief, Obs. and Gyn., Williamburg Met. Hosp., 1910-12. 

BELCHER, HERBERT J. B. Beedy, West Virginia. 

He left Columbia College Ex-1899 and did not graduate from P & S 1902 after two 
years attendance. 

BELL, HAROLD W. Camden, N.Y. Died Sept. 10, 1942. 

Dr. Bell was the son of Hal and Mary Shoemacher Bell and obtained his education in 
private schools in New York City. He died Sept. 10, 1942, after an illness of a few 
days at the age of 64 years. 

He specialized in Neurology and Psychology. After several years of practice in New 
York, he went to Camden to operate the Health forth sanitarium, a convalescent home. 

Dr. Bell belonged to the Bronx County Society State and A.M. A.; Woodmen of America, 
and was a Presbyterian. 
He married Lillian S. Tragers in 1921; has a son Hal and a grandson James H. 


Dr. Betowski interned in the Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa., and is now located 
in Waverly, Tioga County, N.Y. He does Gen. Prac. and Surgery and is on the staff of 
the Tioga County General Hospital. 

BISSELL, PHILLIP. Died April 10, 1904. 

Dr. Bissell died while an intern at New York Hospital. He was only 27 years of age 
and the son of Willard Bissell of Rochester. The cause of his death was pneumonia. 

BOOTH, FRANKLIN HENDRICKSON. Box 183, Rockledge, Florida. 

Dr. Booth was boin at Newtown, Queens County, New York, on November 19, 1876, 
the son of Franklin Booth, M.D., Yale *59S. (Ph.B.) and Lucy Frances (Newcomb) 

He prepared for college at the Columbia Grammar School, New York City, and Ando- 
ver Academy. He was graduated from Yale College, 1898. He was a student at the 
College of physicians and Surgeons in New York City from 1898 to 1902; and received 
the degree of M.D. from Columbia University in 1902. 

Dr. Booth practiced medicine at Elmhurst, Queens County, N.Y.; was Associate 
Physician at the Flushing Hospital, Flushing, L.I.; and retired August 1, 1947, from 
the practice of medicine. 

He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the Yale Club, New York City, N.Y. 

On April 28, 1917, Dr. Booth married Sara Sweet Garretson at Elmhurst, L.I. They 
have 3 children: Frances Elizabeth Booth, born October 4, 1920; Lucy Priscilla, born 
August 23, 1922, who is now Mrs. Harold A. Behnken (10 Brewster Ave., Ridgefield 
Park, N.J.) and who received a B.A. degree from Mount Holyoke College in 1944, and 
an M.N. from the Yale School of Nursing, June 1947; and Franklin Garretson Booth, 
born October 27, 1924. 

He served in the first World War as Major in the Medical Corps, 14th Infantry, Na- 
tional Guard, New York. 

Dr. Booth is specially interested in pastel painting. In January, 1939, he was "among 
the Yale men exhibiting work at the fourth annual Amateur Art Show at the New York 
Yale Club." 

BRACKER, MAX H. New York. Died August 8, 1934. 

Dr. Bracker was an alumnus of Lenox Hill Hospital. He was the father of Ruth, 
Maxine and John Bracker. He died at the age of 56 years of heart diseases. 

BRAUN, ALFRED. 941 Park Ave., N.Y.C. 

Dr. Braun was born in Hungary. His parents were Ferdinand and Charlotte Braun. 

He attended the public schools in New York and received the degree of A.B. from the 
College of the City of N.Y. 

His professional appointments include: Att.Laryn., Hosp. for Joint Dis.; now Consult., 
formerly Adj. Prof, of Laryn., N.Y. Polyclinic; Assist. Surg., Manh. Eye, Ear & Throat 
Hosp.; Assoc. Otol., Mt. Sinai Hosp. He is the author of Sinus Thrombosis and Cerebel- 
lar Abscess, published by Hoeben; The Labyrinth, published by Redman; and many ar- 
ticles. His specialty is Otolaryngology and he belongs to the Am. College of Surgeons, 
Am. Laryn. ,Rhin. and Otol., N.Y. Acad, of Med., N.Y. State and County, A.M.A. 

Dr. Baun was married in 1915 and his wife died in 1917. He has one daughter, Susan, 
who is an artist. 

He belongs to tlie Quaker Ridge Golf Club. 

He served as a Lieut, in World War I. 

Dr. Braun not only has had a distinguished career in surgery and medicine but is also 
an outstanding artist, having won all the prizes in the A.M.A. exhibits. He is really un- 
usually gifted as a portrait painter and has exhibits in a great number of physicians 
shows. He is one of the founders and past officers of the N.Y. Physicians Art Club. 

BRIDGE, GEORGE ALEXANDER. Bisbee, Arizona. Died November 1936, aged 63 years. 

Dr. Bridge received his A.B. degree from Yale in 1898. He interned at New York 

He was Assistant Chief Surgeon, Copper Queen Hospital, Brisbee; and later became 
Chief Surgeon. 

Dr. Bridge was a member of A.M.A. Southwestern Med. and Surg. Assn.; Chairman of 
the Coehise County Advisory Board and Member of the Arizona Council of Defense dur- 
ing World War 1. He was past F*res. and Treas. of the Arizona State Med. Soc. 

BROWN, SHERMAN. 7 Morris Ave., Cold Spring, N.Y. 

Dr. Brown was born in Bloomfield, Ontario, Canada, on March 31, 1877. He is the son 
of Joseph J. and Jemima E. White Brown. 

He received his early education in the public schools and the high school in Ontario, 
Canada, and graduated from P & S in 1902. 

Dr. Brown has spent most of his time as Psychiatrist until his retirement in 1942. He 
spent over four years at Sanford Hall, Flushing, N.Y.; four years at Kings Park State 
Hospital, Kings Park, N.Y.; fourteen years at Kenilworth Sanit., Kenilworth, 111.; four- 
teen years at Hudson River State Hosp., Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; and tlu'ee years in prac- 
tice at Madelia, Minn., and Auburn, N.Y. 

He is a member of several County Medical Societies in N.Y. State, Illinois, and 
Minnesota; the American Med. Assoc; and the American Psychiatric Assoc. 

Dr. Brown married Marcia E. Crifpen in 1906. She died in 1941. They had no children. 

Dr. Brown writes: "Dear Classmate - To hear from you recalled pleasant memories. 
It is a shock to hear so many of 1902 have passed away. I am in good health and enjoy- 
ing a visit with my brother in Bloomfield. Trust you are well and thanks for writing. 
Sherman Brown." 

BULL, WILLIAM TILLINGHASR. Died November 8, 1924. 

Dr. Bull received his Ph.B. degree from Yale, 1888 S. While attending Yale, he was 
a famous fullback on the football team. Before entering P & S he spent two years in the 
Yale Medical School entering the third year class at P & S. He was a nephew of Dr. Wm. 
Bull, the distinguished surgeon. 

He interned at Roosevelt Hospital and later was Assist. Att. Physician to St. Luke's 
Hosp.; O.P.D. Physician, St. Bartholomew's Parish; Att. Physician to Hospital for 
Ruptured and Crippled, N.Y.; and Assistant Physician, Roosevelt Hosp. O.P.D. 

Dr. Bull, considerably older than most of the members of 1902 P & S, was a very able 
and efficient physician. 

BUSCK, GUNNI J. New York. Died August 18, 1936. 

Dr. Busck interned at the Lincoln Hospital. He was married to Flora Skinner Busck 
and was the father of Audry and Margery Busck. He died in Westfield, N.Y., after a long 

BUTTS, ARTHUR CLARKSON. 2195 University Ave., Bronx 53, New York City. 

Dr. Butts was born at Monticello, SuHivan County, N.Y., on February 2, 1880. His 
parents were Arthur Clarkson Butts and Christine Smith Butts. 

He attended C.C.N.Y. from 1894 to 1898 and graduated from P & S in 1902. 

His professional appointments include: Asst. Attending Obstetrician, Fordham Hosp.; 
Asst. Professor of Obstetrics, Fordham University Medical School; Assoc. Attending 
Obstetrician, Fordham Hosp»; Assoc. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Lincoln 
Hosp.; Director of Obstetrics, Fordham Hosp.; Consulting Obstetrician, Fordham Hosp.; 
Fellow, American College of Surgeons; Diplomate, American Board of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. His specialty is Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Dr. Butts is a member of A.M. A.; Bronx County Medical Soc; Bronx Obstetrical and 
Gynecological Soc; and is an Alum., Lying-in-Hosp. He belongs to the Continental 
287 F. & A.M. Club. 

He married Laura Corsa in 1906 and they have four children - two boys and two girls. 

Some of his hobbies are: dry fly fishing (trout); music - amateur - oboe; musical 
composition - Medical Corps March, March-The Student Nurse, etc.; and he recently 
has taken up photography. 

Dr. Butts writes: "Dear Morgan:- The list of appointments herewith is approximately 
in chronological order. 

"Fordham Medical School of Fordham University, closed its doors, I think about 1921. 

"I forgot to mention that I have been doing and am doing research work on fibromyomata 
(uterine), attempting to reduce their size by the use of endocrines and other substances 
in order to avoid the necessity of hysterectomy, particularly in women during the child- 
bearing period. 

"Also, I have just developed a new treatment for endocervicitis and cervical erosions. 
I expect to report this to the Bronx County Ob. and Gyn. Society, this coming fall. 

"A new design for a pessary for uterine and vaginal wall prolapse is now being made 
for me by a manufacturer of mechanical appliances. Arthur." 

CHIBAS, LINO S. F. Guantanamo, Cuba. 

According to the Cuban Consulate, Dr. Chibas is practicing at Calixpo Garcia No. 3 
Oriente, Guantanamo. Although there have been no replies to letters sent to this address, 
a recent letter from the Cuban Health Department states that he is still practicing there. 

COHEN, ISADORE. 147 W. 79th St., N.Y. 24, N.Y. 

Dr. Cohen was born in New York City, November 19, 1872. His parents were Mordecai 
and Tarba Bela Cohen. 
He attended public schools' and graduated from C.C.N.Y. with a B.S. degree in 1891. 
He is married and had one daughter who died in 1932. 

COULTAS, ALDO BLISS. 1 Madison Ave., Madison, N.J. 

Dr. Coultas was born in Bavey, Illinois, March 10, 1877, the son of the Rev. Thomas 
I. Coultas and Angilina Morrison Coultas. 

He attended the DePau preparatory school, Butler College in Indianapolis, and DePau 

His specialty is Surgery and he has been Attending Surgeon for thirty-five years, All 
Souls Hosp., Memorial Hosp., Morristown; Staff of Overlook Hosp., Summit. 

He belongs to the Beta Theta Pi Society, Morris County Medical Society, New Jersey 
State Society, and the International College of Surgeons. 

He served as a Lieutenant in World War I. He is married and lias five living children. 

Dr. Coultas is a member of the Kiwanis Club and is especially interested in fishing 
and traveling. 

CORTRIGHT, CHARLES BARTLES. Roles Del Rio, Calif. Died May 16, 1949. 

Dr. Cortright was born in Newark, N.J., May 8, 1876, the son of Thomas A. and Anna 
Bartles Cortright. He attended the elementary schools in Newark and after graduation 
interned at St. John's Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. He died at the age of 73 years in 
Monterey of heart diseases. 

He was a member of the State and County Soc. and the A.M. A. and specialized in 
Obstetrics. He was formerly Obstretrician on the staff of St. John's Hospital, Brooklyn, 
until he went to Berkley in 1923. He was on the staff of the Herrick Memorial and the 
Alta Bates Hospital until 1943. In 1943 he retired from practice and moved to Roles 
Del Rio in Carmel Valley. 

Dr. Cortright belonged to the Masons, Lions and Woodmen of America. He served as 
Treasurer of the Berkley Lions Club until 1943. 

He married Mary Clyde Cortright in 1924. They had no children. 

His special interests were music and wood work (bowls, stands, etc.). 

CORRIGAN, HENRY J. C. Providence, R.l. Died May 16, 1925. 

Dr. Corrigan was born in 1875. He interned at St. Francis' Hospital, Brooklyn, and 
practiced in Providence, R.I., specializing in Urology. 

COVERT, J. BYINGTON. R.D. 1, Geneva, N.Y. 

Dr. Covert was born in Geneva, N.Y., June 18, 1875. His father was N. B. Covert, 
M.D., and his mother was Catherine Covert. 

He attended the Geneva High School and Hobart College where he received the B.A. 

He belongs to the Ontario County Soc. and the A.M. A. He is part time E.E.N.T. 

Dr. Covert married Magdalene Schumacher in 1900 and has five daughters, one son, 
and twelve grandchildren. 

In World War I he was a recruiting officer. 

He is a charter member of Elks 1054, Geneva, N.Y., and belonged to Theta Delta Chi 
Fraternity in college. He enjoys fishing and an outdoor life. (Good for anyone.) 

DALTON, WILLIAM ALOYSIUS. 243 W. 70th St., New York 23, N.Y. 

Dr. Dalton was born in New York City, November 5, 1873, the son of William Lawrence 
and Julia Winifred Conners Dalton. 

He received his B.S. degree from the N.Y. City College; his M.S. degree from N.Y. 
University in 1896; and his Ph.D. from N.Y. University in 1898. After graduation from 
Columbia he interned at St. Francis Hospital, N.Y.C., from 1902 to 1904. His specialty 
has been Ear, Nose and Throat. 

He is Visiting Physician, St. Joseph Hosp., Bronx; also the Dimilt Dispensary, N.Y.; 
Presbyterian O.P.D.; Ear, Nose and Throat, 10 years; Manhattan E.N.& T., IVi years; 
Medical Officer numerous destroyers at sea, 3rd Naval District, N.Y., U.S.N.R.; 1949> 
Courtesy Staff, Park West Hosp.; Park East Hosp.; Med. Arts Centre; St. Albans Naval. 

Dr. Dalton belongs to Phi Beta Kappa, Gamma Emile Scholastic, Navy Club, Navy 
16, Am. Legion. 

He married, Anna Donelly Dalton. 

Dr. Dalton was a Lieut. Commander M.C. (V) U.S.N.R.; Director, Charleston, S.C., 
E.M.T. service, Charleston, 2/2 years. 

His special interests are pictures and history of early New York, especially streets. 

In conversation with Dr. Dalton he stated that he had been seriously ill with pneu- 
monia for the past three months and was now convalescing. He has had a very interest- 
ing and successful medical career and has accomplished much. It was very kind of him 
to fill out the questionnaire while he was not feeling too well. 

DAVIS, J. WILLIAM. Livingston Manor, N.Y. Died June 27, 1933. 

Dr. Davis interned at German Hosp., Brooklyn. He died of heart diseases, aged 56 

DEUTSCH, SIGMUND. New York. Died November 29, 1917. 

Dr. Deutsch was born in 1876. He was Attending Physician to the German Dispensary 
and the Vanderbilt Clinic. 

He belonged to the A.M. A. State and County Societies, Ass. Military Surgeon, and 
at the time of his death was awaiting a call for active service in World War I. 

DILLON, CHARLES J. 161 W. 77th St., New York 24, N.Y. Died Nov. 4, 1949. 

Dr. Dillon was born in New York City on April 29, 1880, the son of Joseph and Anne 
Elizabeth Dillon. 

He attended Cathedral School, De LaSalle Inst. (N.Y.C.), and received his B.A. de- 
gree from Maniiattan College, N.Y.C., in 1898. 

His specialty was Internal Med. His professional appointments included: Examiner 
in Lunacy, New York State, 1909 to present; Clinical Professor of Medicine, New York 
Polyclinic Med. School, 1930-1938; Clinical Professor of Medicine, N.Y. Medical Col- 
lege, 1944-1946 (retired); Assoc. Vis. Physician, City Hosp., 1924-1932; Visiting 
Physician, City Hosp., 1932-1946 (retired); Surg., N.Y.C. Police Dept., 1911-1938; 
Chief Surgeon, Police Dept., 1938-1946 (retired); Member of Courtesy Staffs at French 
Hosp., Roosevelt Hosp., Misericordia Hosp., Knickerbocker Hosp.; Honorary Surgeon, 
N.Y.C.P.D., 1946 until his death. 

Dr. Dillon was a member of City Hosp. Alumni Soc; N.Y. County Med.Soc; N.Y. State 
Med. Soc; and A.M. A. He formerly belonged to the Wykagyl Country Club in New 
Rochelle, N.Y. 

He married Helen Walsh in N.Y.C. in 1910. She died in 1944. They have four children 

Robert, Helen, Beatrice, and Charles. 

He was a Captain, Med. Corps, U.S.A., in 1918 and 1919. No foreign service. 

His hobbies were deer hunting (previous to 1942) and photography (previous to 1947). 
He was especially interested, when Kodaclirome first became available, in color pho- 
tography of pathological hearts. Material used was obtained almost wholly from pathol- 
ogist at City Hospital, who cooperated generously. 

In the 1930's, at behest of County Med. Society, he worked hard to popularize Peri- 
odic Medical Examinations. The general public was not too easily impressed, and 
pre-War Il-period had so many other problems that the idea faded out. 

Dr. Dillon recently wrote: "Enclosed is the resume' that you requested. Have to ad- 
mit that the pursuit of comfort now causes me to shirk anything which looks like un- 
necessary work to me. Boys are both in Texas with Union Carbide; girls are in New 
York, one in Tarrytown." 

Dr. Dillon has had a very busy and successful medical career. 

DOLLARD, HENRY LOUIS. 724 Avenida Palos Verdes, Palm Springs, Calif. 

Dr. Dollard was born in Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., September 5, 1880, the son of 
Henry Taft and Alice (Gildersleeve) Dollard. 

He attended Common School, Oyster Bay, N.Y., and Jamaica High School, Jamaica, 

His specialty is Internal Medicine. He is a member of the American College of 
physicians and the American Medical Association. He belongs to the Army and Navy 
Country Club, Washington, D.C., and to the Tennis Club and others. Palm Springs, 

Dr. Dollard married May Bocock in 1913. They have two sons - John Taft Dollard, 
born in 1917, and Henry Louis Dollard, Jr., born in 1919. 

He served in World War I and World War II, being in the Medical Corps, U.S. Navy 
1906 to 1944. He is now a Captain, (M.C.) U.S.N, (retired). 

His hobbies are ranching, horses, and photography. 

DOOLITTLE, WILLARD F. New York City. Died June 5, 1944. 

Dr. Doolittle was born in 1874 in Rochester, N.Y. He was a descendent of Abraham 
Doolittle who settled the town of Wallingford^ Conn., in 1643. 

Dr. Doolittle graduated from Williams College where he belonged to the Theta Delta 
Chi Fraternity. He interned at St. Michael's Hospital, Newark, N.J. 

He was a Fellow of the A.M. A.; was a member of the Sons of the American Revolu- 
tion; and was a Past Master of the Independent Royal Arch Lodge No. 2 - Fand F.M. 

He had one daughter. 

He died in St. Luke's Hospital, aged 72 years. 

DOON, JOHN F. New York City. Died 1917. 

Dr. Doon was born in New York City in 1877. He interned at the St. Francis Hosp., 
N.Y. He was Asst. Surg., Post Grad. Hosp., and was also connected with the Children's 
Dept. at Polyclinic Hosp. 

ENGELKE, CHARLES S. Waterbury, Conn. Died May 22, 1944. 

Dr. Engelke died of coronary occlusion at the age of 74 years. 

Dr. Hemmingway Merriman, a distinguished physician of Waterbury, Conn., writes; 

"Dr. Charles Engelke was one of the most respected and beloved members of the 
medical profession during the many years he practiced in Waterbury. Enclosed is a 
copy of the resolution passed by members of the Waterbury Hospital Staff at the time 
of his death: 

" *We, the members of the Waterbury Hospital Medical Staff, desire to put on record 
the recognition of our loss in the death on May 22, 1944, of our esteemed colleague, 
Dr. Charles Engelke. 

** 'After his graduation from the College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York in 
1902 and an internship at the Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Engekle 
joined the Staff of the Waterbury Hospital in 1904. For a few months he was "hospital 
or emergency" surgeon. He was then put in charge of the laboratory and was hospital 
pathologist until 1917. On the opening of the new hospital building in 1910 he was ap- 
pointed attending pediatrician, and he was an active member of the Staff until 1929 at 
which time he became consulting pediatrician, and in 1936 he joined the Honorary 

"'For many years he was a member of the Nursing School Committee and helped 
formulate educational policies in the School of Nursing in the development of which 
he was particularly interested. 

"'Dr. Engelke took an active part in the city health program and was Health Officer 
for Waterbury in 1910 and 1911. During this period he was credited with the prevention 
of a threatening typhoid epidemic by introducing chlorination of the city water supply. 
He was President of the Waterbury Medical Association in 1926. 

"'The Waterbury Hospital is the summation of the lives and work of the many past 
and present members of the organization — lay and medical — who have contributed their 
time, thought and energy to building this present institution. Dr. Engelke, in his forty 
years of association on the staff, helped very materially in this growth and develop- 
ment, and we pay tribute to him as his name is added to our memorial honor roll. 

"'Read at a meeting of the Waterbury Hospital Medical Staff June 23, 1944.' " 

ERDMAN, SEWARD. 45 E. 85th St., New York, N.Y. 

Dr. Erdman was born in Morristown, N.J., September 15, 1876, the son of Alberg 
(D.D.) and Agnes Pinney Erdman. 

He graduated from Princeton University with an A.B. degree in 1897. After graduation 
from the Medical School he interned in Presbyterian Hospital. 

He was House Surgeon, Pres. Hosp., 1903-04; Assist. Attend. Surgeon, Belle. Hosp., 
1907-15; Instructor in Clin. Surg, and Anatomy, Cornell Med. Col., 1907-15; Assist. 
Attend. Surgeon, N.Y. Hosp., 1916-33; Assist Visiting Surg., Lincoln Hosp., 1907-15; 
Assist. Prof, of Clin. Surg., 1917-32; Consult Surgeon, N.Y. Infirm, for Women and 
Child.; N.Y. Eye and Ear Infirm.; Morristown, N.J. , Memorial Hosp., Middletown, N.Y.; 
Clin. Prof. Surgery, Cornell Univ. 

He belongs to the A.M. A.; N.Y. Acad, of Med.; State and County Med. Soc; F.A.C.S.; 

Am. Surg. Assn.; N.Y. Surg. Soc; Vice Pres., Founders Group Am. Bd. of Surg.; Societe 
Intern, de Chirurgie. 

Dr. Erdman has written many articles pertaining to surgical conditions. 

He married Constance Adams in 1911 and they have four children - Rosalind, Nathalie, 
Donald and Lawrence. 

His military service is as follows: Capt., M.C., Squadron A; Capt. and Major, M.C. 
U.S.A., 1918-19; Lt. Col., M.R.C. He was Surgeon in Chief at Camp Custer, Camp 
McMillan and Ft. Sam Houston. 

He is very fond of sailing and belongs to the Orient, and Yacht Clubs. 

ESTILL, ROBERT JULIAN. 426 W. 6th St., Lexington, Ky. 

Dr. Estill was born October 23, 1877, in Lexington, Ky., the son of Robert C. and 
Naoni Estill. 

He attended private and tutoring schools and graduated from Transylvania College, 
Lexington, in 1897 with the degree of A.B. He interned at the New York Post Graduate 

He was Attending Pediatrician in the Good Samaritan and St. Joseph Hospitals, Lex- 
ington, Ky. He was a member of the A.M.A., Southern Medical Assn., and the Fazetta 
County. He was formerly President of the Ky. State Medical Assn. 

Dr. Estill was married to Elizabeth Whitridge of Baltimore in 1925 and they have one 
son, who is attending the Episcopal Theological Seminary in Cambridge, Mass. 

In the World War I he was a Lieut. Col. in the Medical Corps and Commanding Officer 
of Base Hospital No. 8 in France 1917-19. 

He enjoys golf and reading and belongs to the Leayn Country Club, Dudley, and 
Omega Club. 

Dr. Estill writes: "It was nice to hear from you again. I am so far away that 1 hardly 
ever get to see any of you. I think often of our days at P & S and of Dr. Eliot's Quiz. 
I have retired from practice. Hoping this plan will succeed and that I can see you in 
N.Y. sometime." 

Dr. Estill was one of the best students in the Eliot Quiz. 

He mentions that he has heard lately that Dr. Charles Harrold of Macon, Ga., has died 
and also Beckel Conklin of Dayton, Ohio, died about a year ago. 

EVANS, JOHN H. Brooklyn, N.Y. Died March 13, 1928. 

Dr. Evans was born in Thompson, Conn. He giaduated from the Conn. Agricultural 
School and practiced in Cortland, N.Y. For several years he was connected with the 
U.S.P.H.C. directly after the War. He was Superintendent of Sanitation in Caucasus for 
four years. 

He was decorated by the Armenian Government for services in the Near East Relief. 
He was a Captain in the Medical Corps and in World War I was attached to Base Hosp. 

He was 50 years old when he died. 

FEWSMITH, JOSEPH L. Newark, N.J. Died November 2, 1942. 

Dr. Fewsmith graduated from Yale with an A.B. degree in 1898. He was the nephew 
of a well known surgeon in Newark. 

He interned at St. Michael's Hospital in Newark and later was a visiting surgeon there. 
He was an Attend. Surg, at St. Michael's, at Presbyterian, and at St. Barnabas for 
Women and Children, Newark. 

He was a member of the A.M. A. (Fellow); Academy of Medicine cf Nortiiern N.J.; So- 
ciety of Surgeons of N.J.; Path. Soc. of Essex County. 

During World War I, he served as Captain, M.C, U.S. Army, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. 

He died of coronary thrombosis at 'he age of 65 years. 

FOWLER, SAMUEL ROBINSON. 120 E. Washington St., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Dr. Fowler was born in Canastota, Madison County, N.Y., February 5, 1876. His par- 
ents were John Curtis and Elizabeth Roberson Fowler. 

Dr. Fowler attended Colgate Academy and he belonged to Phi Sigma and Phi Sigma 

He was formerly a member of the Mo. State Med. Soc; St. Louis; Syracuse Acad. Med. 
Onon. County; N.Y. State; A.M. A.; Acad. Ophth., Oto.Laryn. He is Assistant in these 
departments in Syracuse Med. Coll. and Free Disp. 

He married Helen Ramsey, St. Louis, Mo., in 1904, and has a daughter, Mrs. Russel 
R. Jatvis (Anne Fowler). 

During World War I, he served as Capt. in M.C. 

Dr. Fowler belonged to the University Club, Citizens Club and the Onondaga County 
GoH Club. 

FLETCHER, NORTON DELOS LULL. 30 E. 40th St., New York, N.Y. 

Dr. Fletcher was born in New York, October 11, 1876, the son of Thomas and Susan 
S. Whitely Fletcher. 

He graduated from Columbia Univ. witli an A.B. degree in 1899, and after graduation 
from the medical school he interned at the City Hospital, N.Y. He attended C.C.I., 
Hackerstown, N.J. 

He has been connected with the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital since 1904; 
Surgeon Director since 1928. At present he is Consultant, Manhattan Eye, Ear and 
Throat Hospital; and is Consultant, Dobbs Ferry Hospital, N.Y. His specialty is 
Opthalmology. He has achieved prominence in his specialty. 

He married Elizabeth Hoyt in July 1911. 

FRINK, CLAUDE A. New York City. Died September 21, 1947. 

Dr. Frink graduated from Williams with an A.B. degree in 1898. He interned at Belle- 
vue Hospital. 

He was former Instructor of Medicine, P & S; Assist. Prof, of Surgery, N.Y. Poly- 
clinic; Surgeon, N.Y. Polyclinic, and N.Y. Hospital for Children; Assist. Surgeon, N.Y. 
Skin and Cancer Hospital; Att. 'Surgeon, Knickerbocker Hospital. Later Consult. 

He was a member of A.M. A.; Ac. Med. N.Y.; F.A.C.S.; Alumni Assn. of Bellevue. 

During World War I, he served as Surgeon, M.C, U.S. Navy, with rank of Lieut. (28 

He died of heart disease at the age of 71 years. 

GILLESPIE, DAVID HOLLIDAY MOFFAT. Grand Central Station, New York City. 

Dr. Gillespie was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., June 1, 1875, the son of William Hildreth 
and Mary Emma Moffat Gillespie. 

He attended the public schools of Newburg and graduated with an A.B. degree from 
Yale in 1898. After graduation from the Medical School, he interned at the General 
Memorial Hospital and at the New York Hospital; in both institutions specializing in 

He belongs to the State and County Med. Society; the A.M. A.; the Quiz Med. and the 
Riverside Pr act loners Soc; Academy of Medicine; S.A.C. and F.A.C.S. 

He was Assist. Attend. Gynecologist at the Gen. Memorial Hospital and Surgeon for 
the Hospital for Special Surgery; now Consult. Surgeon. He has written many medical 

Dr. Gillespie writes: "After graduation from the medical school and before entering 
upon my Hospital duties I went abroad and visited the medical clinics in Dublin, Eden- 
burgh, London, Paris, and Vienna. I finished my service in Memorial Hospital and then 
served at the New York Hospital under Stimson, Hartley and Bolton." This apparently 
decided him to follow surgery and he became associated with the R. & C. Hospital 
through Dr. W. P. Coley. He continued with the Gen. Memorial Hospital until it limited 
its work to Cancer in 1912. He was appointed to the new Emergency Hospitat at the 
Grand Central depot and has continued as a Grand Central Surgeon ever since. This 
work made it necessary to give up his dispensary work. In 1948 he was appointed a 
clinical instructor in intestinal surgery at the N.Y. Medical College and Flower Fifth 
Ave. Hospital. 

Dr. Gillespie was married in 1907 to Lillian Brecemin and they had two children — 
William H. and Suzanne. After Mrs. Gillespie's death he married again in 1922 to Ruth 
Campbell Shaler. His son, William, a most attractive young man, graduated from P & S 
in 1938 and interned in Presbyterian Hospital, after graduating from Yale in 1934. His 
death while with the Pres. Unit in World War II was most tragic and deprived the medi- 
cal profession of a most promising and capable physician. He died in Vittell, France, 
June 7, 1945. He married Caroline Rutter in 1935 and they have two children— David 
and Ann. Suzanne married Commander Garrett Graves of the Coast Guard and they have 
four children — Susan, Janet, Gretchen, and Garrett, Jr. 

Dr. Gillespie belongs to the Yale Club, the University Club at different times and 
the Graduates Club of New Haven. 

He is especially interested in Masonry and he writes: "The only important outside 
activity that I have really enjoyed has been Masonry which I joined in 1920 and I have 
reached the top in all four bodies of the York Rite besides going tlirough the Scottish 
Rite and entering the Slirine." 

Dr. Gillespie has had a most successful career and well deserves the prominence in 
the surgical world which he has achieved. 

GARRIGAN, GERALD P. New York City. Died July 4, 1909. 

Dr. Garrigan was a graduate of Georgetown University. He interned at St. Vincent's 
Hospital where he was also House Surgeon. He was Surgeon to Bellevue and St. Vin- 
cent's Hospital O.P.D. He died suddenly of heart disease while on an automobile trip 
with his brother and Dr. J. J. Higgens at the age of 29 years. 

GIFFEN, STANLEY D. Toledo, Ohio. Died May 5, 1946. 

Dr. Giffen was born in Hamilton, Ontario, January 8, 1874, the son of Charles E. and 
Eleanore Cecilia (Roberson) Giffen. 

He graduated from Miami University, University of Vienna, 1906. He interned at the 
Bellevue Hospital and at the Nursery and Childs Hospital. 

He was Att.Phy., Am. Hospital, Mexico City, 1909-17 (apparently with Dr. Monroe); 
Att., Women's and Children's Hospital and Lucus County Hospital since 1920; Consul. 
Ped., Toledo Hosp. 1932-38. He was the author of numerous medical articles pertain- 
ing to children. 

He was a member of A.M. A.; Ac. Ped; Toledo P.H. Assn. (Past Pres. and Member 
of Board of Trustees); Rotary, Torch, Sylvana Golf Clubs; Laymen's League. 

Dr. Giffen married Nancy Jane Beck on February 19, 1909. 

He was a Captain, M.C., Ancon Hospital, C.Z. 

He died of arterio sclerosis at the age of 72 years. 

GOLDBERG, JACOB MONTGOMERY. New York City. Died December 25, 1946. 

Dr. Goldberg was born in New York City, December 20, 1880. His father was Morris 
and his mother was Rachel Goldberg, both born in Russia. He died December 25, 1946, 
at the Gotham Hospital and was buried in Mt. Nebok Cemetery. He was unmarried. 

GROUT, GERALD H. New York City. Died September 25, 1933. 

Dr. Grout during the World War was on the staff of Roosevelt Hospital and the Knapp 
Memorial Eye Hospital. He died at the age of 53 years. 

GOODFRIEND, NATHAN. Bronx, N.Y. Died January 17, 1942. 

Dr. Goodfriend was Attend. Opthalmologist, Bronx Hospital; Secretary of Medical 
Board; Assist, Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; F.A.C.S. Died of 
coronary thrombosis at the age of 61 years. 

HABERSTROH, ARTHUR. 528 W. 187th St., N.Y. 33, N.Y. 

Dr. Haberstroh was born in New York, July 22, 1878. He was the son of Louis and 
Caroline Baum Haberstroh. He attended private and public schools and graduated from 
New York Preparatory School. 

Dr. Haberstroh belongs to the A.M. A.; the William H. Hackett Medical Assn.; Lutheran 
Hospital of Manhattan, to whicii he was an Assoc. Attending, 

He is a widower with one son and daughter and two grandchildren. 

He is especially interested in gardening and fishing at his country home at Hampton 
Bay and is now retired. 

HALL, CHARLES H. Brooklyn, N.Y. Died April 21, 1941. 

Dr. Hall belonged to the State and County Soc. and was on the Staff of the Coney 
Island, Caledonia, Victory, and Bay Ridge Hospitals. 
He died of cerebral thrombosis at the age of 64 years. 

HAHN, GEORGE HENRY. Newark, N.J. Died September 3, 1925. 

Dr. Halm was a member of the school board in Newark. He died at the age of 46 years. 

H.\x\ULTON, ALLEN. 7762 Lookout Drive, Lajolla, Calif. 

Dr. Hamilton was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, January 7, 1874. He attended St. Paul's 
School, Concord, N.H., and received his B.A. degree from Williams College, Williams- 
town, Mass. 

Dr. Hamilton interned at Belevue, 1903-05; Sloan Hospital, 1905. His specialty is 
Internal Medicine. He retired on account of health in 1936, but returned to practice for 
one year during World War II. 

In 1909, he married Helen Knight. They have one son, Holman Hamilton. 

During World War I, he served as Major, Medical Corps (1917-19); and was Chief, 
Medical Division, Camp Sheridan, Alabama (Base Hospital). 

His main hobby is gardening. 

Dr. Hamilton wTites: "Dear Morgan: 1 was pleased to iiave your note and know you 
are still above the sod — nearly everyone I ever knew seems to be dead. 

"My life has been of little interest to anyone except myself, but 1 have had a bully 
time — and still do among my roses. 

"I will be delighted to get the book, I want to know who still are hobbling about. I 
hope no one is so foolish as to try to play the doctor to the present generation. 

"Best wishes to you and my thanks for the work in getting out the book. Sincerely, 
Allen Hamilton." 

HAMMER, JULIUS. New York City. Died October 17, 1948. 

Dr. Hammer was born in Russia, the son of Jacob and Victoria Hammer. He interned 
at Manhattan General Hospital and at the Sloane Maternity. He was a physician in ac- 
tive practice for 46 years. His sons are Dr. Armond Hammer and Victor. He died of an 
heart attack at the age of 74 years. 

H.\RROLD, CH-ARLES COTTON. Macon, Ga. Died October 11, 1948. 

Dr. Harrold, one of our best students, was born in Americus, Ga., December 9, 1878, 
the son of Uriah B. and Mary Fogle Harrold. He was graduated from the University of 
Georgia with a B.S. degree in 1898 and from P. & S., 1902, A.M. and M.D. He interned 
at Bellevue Hospital, 1902-04. 

He was Attend. Surgeon, Gyn., Macon City Hospital; Chief, Cancer Clinic, 1915; 
Pres., Middle Ga. Hosp. and Surgeon. He belonged to F.A.C.S.; A.A.A.S.; Ga. State 
and County; A.M. A.; Phi Beta Kappa; Gridiron (Hon., U. of Ga.); Kiwanis. 

He married Helen Sophia Shaw on October 23, 1906, and has three children — Helen 
(Mrs. Fredericks); Mary Fogle, (Mrs. Seals); and Charles C, Jr. 

During World War I, he was a Major, M.C., U.S.A. (1916-19), with the 121st Inf. and 
Base Hosp. 104. 

He is the author of "Grandparents of Causa Penakeesa!" 

He was especially interested in Boy Scouts; preser. of archaeol. sites in Ga. and 
their preservation. He was the owner of the largest archaeol. site east of Miss., 

HART, GEORGE GRAHAM. Died in 1936 (?). 

Dr. Hart was born in 1878. PAS, Lieut., U.S.N., in the Surgeon General Office in 

HARTSHORN, WINFRED MORGAN. 830 Park Ave., N.Y. 21, N.Y. 

Dr. Hartshorn was born April 27, 1874, in Ellsworth Falls, Maine. His father was 
Frederick Erastus and his mother, Stella Anette Hotchkiss, of New Haven, Conn. 

He attended public schools in Maine, The Boston Latin School, Riverside, Calif. 
High School, Cutler Academy, Colorado College, Hopkins Grammar School, and finally 
Yale University from which he graduated with an A.B. degree in 1898. After graduation 
from P & S he interned at the Nursery and Childs Hospital, New Haven Hospital, Sea- 
side Hospital, Sloane Hospital. 

He was formerly Asst. in Pathol., P & S; Clinical Prof., Pediatrics, N.Y.U. & Bel. 
M.S. He is now Prof., Ped., N.Y. Polyclinic Med. Sch. & Hosp.; Consult. Ped., R. & 
C. Hosp. He was former Asst. Att. Ped., Roosevelt, Fifth Ave., Nursery & Childs, and 
Seaside Hospitals. 

He belongs to the A.M. A.; State and County; N.Y. Acad. Med.j Fellow, Am. Acad. 
Pediatrics; L.P.; Yale Club; University Club. He is a Trustee, Hospital for Ruptured 
and Crippled; Trustee, St. John's Guild; Director, Children Welfare Assn.; and a member 
of N.Y. Milk Com.; Quill Club; Sons of Rev.; Mayflower Desc. Assn.; Am. Legion, 
Caduceus Post. 

Dr. Hartshorn married Edith Lieb in 1905. They have two children — Stephen (Yale 
*29), and Edith H. Woodruff (Sarah Lawrence) who married Ailing Woodruff (Yale '37); 
and they have three grandchildren. 

During World War I, he served as Capt., CO. Field Hosp. 301, 76 Div. & 4th Army 
Corps., France and Germany. He was a Reserve Officer, P.H., World War II. 

He now is practically retired and devotes his time to writing and painting. He is the 
author of "History of the New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital" and nu- 
merous medical articles. He is one of the Founders and Past Pres. of the N.Y. Physi- 
cians Art Club. 

HAWKINS, NORMAN LOUIS. Watertown, N.Y. Woolworth Building. 

Dr. Hawkins was born at Islip, L.I., N.Y., July 21, 1881, the son of Philander J. and 
Marion Bettenger Hawkins. In addition to P & S, where he specialized in Pediatrics, 
he also attended Harvard Medical School. 

He is Reg. Consultant, State Ped.; Chairman, Ped. Section; Chief Ped., House of 
Mercy and Good Samaritan Hospital. 

He is a member of A.M.A.; Jeff. County Med.; State of N.Y.; Amer. Acad. Ped., and 
is L.P.; Central N.Y. Ped. Club. 

He married Mabel Jones in 1906 and they have one daughter, Eleanor, who is married 
to Col. C. F. Gee. 

During World War I, he served as Capt. in the M.C. 

He belongs to the Black River Valley Club, the Jeff. County Golf Club, and the N.Y. 
Athletic Club. He is interested in golf and in collecting early glass. 

Dr. Hawkins writes: "Glad you are doing this. Will be interesting report. NLH." 
HENNING, DAVID MAX. Memphis, Tenn. Died September 7, 1944. 

Dr. Henning was born October 15, 1875, the son of Bennett Greaves and Cornelia 
(Frayser) Henning. He graduated from the Memphis Coll. (now Med. Dept. of U. of 
Tenn.) with an M.D. degree in 1900, and P & S, 1902. 

He taught Clinical Surgery and Rectal Diseases, Memphis Hosp. Med. College; was 
Surgeon, St. Joseph Hosp; Rectal Dis. Surg., Memphis Gen. Hosp.; Meth. Hosp.; Rectal 
Surg., Cripple Children's Hosp. He belonged to the Memphis and Shellby County Soc; 
the Tenn. Med. Assn.; the Memphis Gen. Hosp., later called John Gaston Hosp. 

During World War I, he served as Major, M.C, U.S.A.; Chief Surg., Operating Team 
No. 181, A.E.F. 

He died of heart disease at the age of 66 years. 

HERBERT, EDWARD. Fall River, Mass. Died June 26, 1944. 

Dr. Herbert was born in Fall River, Mass, May 8, 1875, the son of Edward and Ellen 
Grime Herbert. He attended the Fall River public schools, and graduated from Brown 
University. He did advance work in Vienna and Berlin. 

He specialized in Internal Medicine and was licensed to practice in Mass. in 1902. 
He was formerly District Physician, Rail River, Mass. He belonged to the Fall River 
and Massachusetts Medical Societies, the Roentgen Ray Society, and was a Fellow of 
the A.M.A. 

He was married on January 23, 1907, to Eleanor S. Chase, M.D. They have two chil- 
dren — Edward Herbert, Jr., born September 19, 1908, and Eleanor Herbert (Viens), 
born February 15, 1912. His son, Herbert, Jr., is a graduate of P & S and is practicing 
at 57 E. B8th St., New York City. He is on the staff of St. Luke's Hospital and Mid- 
town Hospital. 

Additional information was obtained through the kindness of Mrs. Herbert and Dr. 
Herbert, Jr. 

The cause of Dr. Herbert's death was Diabetes Millitus, at the age of 69 years. 

HERZIG, ARTHUR J. 667 Madison Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 

Dr. Herzig was born in N.Y. City, May 9, 1882, the son of Frederick and Celia Herzig. 
He was educated in private schools and in the College of the City of N.Y. (did not com- 
plete the 5th year). 

He belongs to the A.M.A. ; State and County Soc; N.Y. Academy of Med.; Academy of 
Ophth., Oto-Laryn., which is his specialty. He is a member of St. Luke's Alumni Assn. 

He is Past Adjunct, E.E.N.F., Sydenham Hosp., 1907-14; Assoc. Ophth., St. Luke's 
Hosp.; Dir., Otolaryn., Gouv. Hosp., 1917-23; Consult. Laryn., Gouv. Hosp.; Assoc. 
Prof., Otolaryn., N.Y. Med. Col.; Flower and 5th Ave. Hosp.; Assoc. Attend., Otolaryn., 
Flower and 5th Ave. Also Direct., Otolaryn., Gouv. Hosp., 1941, and including present. 

Dr. Herzig has had an outstanding career, and has written numerous pamphlets in his 

HEUBLEIN, ARTHUR C. Hartford, Conn. Died April 8, 1932. 

Dr. Heublein was born September 18, 1879, the son of Gilbert F. and Louis M. Gund- 
lach Heublein. 

He was educated in the Hartford schools (which are very fine), Coburg, Germany, and 
Peekskill Military Academy. After graduation from P & S he interned in the Hartford 

He devoted himself to Surgery at first but later became interested in Radiology, es- 
pecially experimental work. His work was so outstanding that he was given a special 
laboratory at Memorial Hospital, being appointed Consulting Roentgenologist. 

He was a Fellow of the Am. College of Radiology; Am. Radium Soc; A.M.A.; Conn. 
State Soc; Rad. Soc. of N.Am.; Hartford County Soc. He was on the Staff of the Hart- 
ford Hospital and many other neighboring hospitals. 

He married Ethel Whipple of North Pond, Vt., and they had one son, Gilbert, who 
studied at the Yale School of Medicine, and one daughter, Frances Louise, who at- 
tended Vassar. 

Dr. Heublein was spoken of most highly in the obituary notices in the Journal of Ra- 
diology and the International Journals. 

HIRSCH, ISAAC SETH. New York City. Died March 24, 1942. 

Dr. Hirsch was born December 3, 1880, in New York, the son of Abraham and Ida 
Hirsch. He graduated from C.C.N.Y. in 1898. 

His professional appointments include: Cambridge Radio Diplo., 1920; Prof., Radio., 
N.Y.U.; Director, X-ray, Bell, and Allied Hosp., 1910-25; Expert X-ray, N.Y. State 
Compen. Comm.; Dir., Edward N. Gibbs X-ray Lab.; Dir., Rad., Beth Israel Hosp. He 
is a member of F.A.C.S.; Am. Rad.; Rad. Soc. N.A.; N.Y. Acad. Med.; and is a Major 
in the M.R.C. 

Dr. Hirsch is the author of Principles and Practice of Roent. Technique, 1920, and 
Principles and Prac. of Roent. Ther., 1923. He was Assoc. Editor, Am. Jour. Elect, 
and Radiol. 

He was also one of the Founders of the Physicians Art Club and its first Pres. He 
did excellent work in sculpture, besides being a well known Roentgenologist. 

He died in the Mt. Sinai Hospital of cardio-vascular disease at the age of 61 years. 

HYDE, JAMES SAMUEL. Fall River, Mass. Died August 9, 1939. 

Dr. Hyde was born in Fall River, Mass., April 9, 1874, the son of Samuel Hyde and 
Esther Godley Hyde. He attended the Fall River public schools and Brown University. 

Dr. Hyde was particularly interested in diagnostic work. 

He was twice married. His first wife was Edith La Forest of Fall River and his sec- 
ond wife was Minna G. Boomer (Wellesley, 1915) of Dover, New Hampshire. He was the 
father of two sons by his first marriage — Henry G. Hyde, who died in 1947, and Samuel 
Hyde of Portland, Maine. He was also the father of three girls — Ann, Elizabeth, and 

His special interests were gardening and bowling. 

JACOBS, WILLIAM HENRY. Paterson, N.J. Died March 2, 1938. 

Dr. Jacobs belonged to the Med. Soc, of N.J., F.A.C.S., and was on the Staff of St. 
Joseph Hospital. He was a former member of the Board of Education. He died of poison- 
ing from illuminating gas, at the age of 58 years. 

JENNINGS, FRANK DORMER. Brooklyn, N.Y. Died January 26, 1934. 

Dr. Jennings was born in Corning, N.Y., June 19, 1880, the son of James N. and 
Catherine Dormer Jennings. He graduated from the Corning Free Academy in 1897. 
After graduation from the Medical School he interned at St. Catherine Hospital, Brook- 
lyn, an institution to which he was devoted and later became the Attending Surgeon. 

He was also Consult. Surgeon at the Mary Immaculate and the Greenpoint Hospitals. 
He was not a spectacular or rapid operator but his work was characterized by study of 
the patient, perfect technique; and his record of operations were said to be examples 
for the Staff. 

He was Clinical Prof, of Surgery, Long Island Med. School and a member of the 
A.M.C.S. He was one time Pres. of the Kings County Med Assn. He originated the 
Brooklyn Idea of Post Grad. Study which has been adopted elsewhere. He was also 
Pres. of the Pub. Health Com. of Brooklyn. 

He was married on October 27, 1913, to Hannah Cecelia McCarthy and has three chil- 
dren — Frank, who attended L.I. Med. School, and two daughters, Joan and Catherine. 

Dr. Jennings achieved great distinction as a surgeon and was greatly beloved by 
many patients and highly esteemed by his fellow physicians. His sudden death in his 
office deprived the medical profession of a most valuable member. 

JONES, SAMUEL FOSDICK. Pasedena, Calif. Died March 24, 1946. 

Dr. Jones interned at Presbyterian Hosp., N.Y. Foundling Hosp., Hosp. for Ruptured 
and Crippled. 

He was Associate Prof., Orthopedic Surgery, 1906-19; Prof., 1919-31, emeritus since 
1931, University of Colorado. He was formerly Chief, Orthopedic Service, Children's, 
St. Luke's, and Nat. Jewish Hospitals, Denver; Consul. Orthop. Surg., City and County 
Hospital, Denver. 

He was a member of A.M.A. ; Fellow, F.A.C.S.; Am. Orthop. Assn.; N.Y. Path. Soc; 
Western Surg. Assn.; Denver Clinical and Path. Soc; Hon. Mem., Children's Hosp., 
Denver; Denver Med. Club. 

During World War I, he served as First Lieut, and Major, M.C., U.S. Army from April, 
1917 to January 1919. He was in France seven months. 

KEATOR, HARRY MAYHEM. Died May 20, 1917. 

Dr. Keator was very prominent at Yale where he was Captain of the baseball team 
and an outstanding athlete, and from which he graduated in 1897 with tlie degree of A.B. 
He interned at Presbyterian and Sloane Maternity Hospitals. 

He was Insturctor in Physiology, P & S, 1906-12; Attend. Surg., Red Cross Hosp.; 
Chief Surg., Clinic Presbyterian; As. Phy., Vanderbilt Clinic. He was a member of the 
A.M. A.; Alumni Society, Pres. Hosp. and Sloane Mat. Hosp. 

His death was a great loss to the medical profession. 

KINNEY, VERGIL C. Wellsville, N.Y. Died April 26, 1933. 

Dr. Kinney was superintendent of the Wellsville, N.Y. , Sanatorium at the time of his 
death. He died in St. Petersburg, Florida, at the age of 59 years. The cause of his 
deatli was Metastatic Carcinoma of the Spine and Liver complicated by bronchopneumonia. 

KNAPP, CLINTON B. New York City. Died December 15, 1915. 

Dr. Knapp was the son of the Rev. A. D. Knapp, a Metliodist minister. He interned at 
the French Hospital and at the Sloane Maternity Hospital. He was connected with the 
Lying-in Hospital. He had two children. 

He died at the age of 41 years of heart disease at his home in Caldwell, N.J. He was 
a fine student and his death was a great loss to the medical profession. 

KNIGHT, ROBERT. 31 State St., Seneca FaHs, N.Y. 

Dr. Knight was born in Seneca Falls, N.Y., April 8, 1879, the son of Sophie and 
Horace W. Knight. He received his early education at Mynderse Academy, Seneca Falls, 
After graduating from P & S, he interned at Rochester City Hospital. 

His specialty is Public Health and he belongs to the County and State Medical Soc. 

His wife is Clara C. Knight. They have two sons — Horace W. and Frank M. 

During World War I, he served with the Field Hospital, 301 Camp Devens, Mass, from 
1917 to 1918. 

His hobbies are sailing, hunting and fishing; and he is a member of the Red Jacket 
Yacht Club. 

Dr. Knight writes: "Practiced medicine here until 1924 when I entered the State Dept. 
of Health as an Epidemiologist but was there but a few months when I left to enter the 
firm of H. W. Knight & Son, makers of pattern letters. While actively employed there I 
still have time to attend to the duties as Health Officer. Do not practice any other med- 
icine. With the exception of 8 years, I have been Health Officer since 1916." 

KRAUSKOPF, HENRY. 145 Central Park West, N.Y.C. 

Dr. Krauskopf was born in New York City, July 15, 1880, the son of the Rev. Marcus 
and Carrie Krauskopf. He graduated from C.C.N.Y. in 1900. After graduation from P & 
S, he interned at Harlem Hospital. 

Dr. Krauskopf was an Att. (now Consult.) Gyn., Jewish Memorial Hosp.; Adj. and 
Assoc. Attend. Gyn., Polyclinic Hosp. & Med. Sch. He is a F.A.C.S.; a member of 
A.M.A.; Assn. of A.M.P. & S.; State and County Med. Soc. 

Among his numerous articles in the Journ. of Obs. and Gyn., Amer. Jour, of Surg., 
and the Med. Record are articles on Lyo-Myo-Sarcoma of Bladder, Ovarian Malignancy, 

He has a wife, tlu-ee sons, one daughter, and five grandchildren. 

His special interests are his home and his garden. He also belongs to the Physicians 
Square Club and the Physicians Assn. 

KREHBIEL, OTTO FREDERICK. 116 E. 56th St., New York 22, N.Y. 

Dr. Krehbiel was born in New York City, March 16, 1879, the son of August Krehbiel, 
M.D., and Louise Kanenbley Krehbiel. He attended private school in New York, "Real 
Gymnasium" in Stuttgart, Germany, and public school in New York City. He received 
his A.B. degree from the College of the City of New York in 1898. He interned at 
Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, 1902-05; and did postgraduate study in Leipzig, Strass- 
burg, BerHn, Vienna, 1905-07. 

Dr. Krehbiel was Associate in Cancer Research, Columbia University, 1920-38, and 
is a member of the American Association for Cancer Research. His specialty was in- 
ternal medicine and he has written several articles on internal medicine and cancer 
research. He is now retired. 

He married Jessie E. Fellows in June 1909. They have no children. 

KUHR, ERNESTUS OTTO. 7420 Colonial Road, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Dr. Kulir interned at the St. Mary*s Hospital in Brooklyn, where he still is engaged 
in general practice and minor surgery. 

LAWSON, J. HERBERT. New York City. Died April 25, 1945. 

Dr. Lawson was one of the earliest members of the Reserve of the M.C., U.S.A., hav- 
ing received his commission from President Taft in 1912. He was with the troops at 
the Mexican Border in 1916. He was decorated by the French in World War I. 

He served at St. Vincent Hospital and the Lying In. He was an Attend. Surg, at Me- 
morial, Chief of the Out Patient at Babies and St. Mary's Hospital for Children. He was 
Surgeon for many Olympic Teams. 

Dr. Lawson died from arterio-sclerosis at the age of 69 years. 

LEE, LAWRENCE. 527 E. 44th St., Savannah, Ga. 

Dr. Lee was born in Charleston, S.C., March 3, 1880, the son of James Moultrie Lee 
and Harriet Edmund Breere Lee. He attended grammar and high school before entering 
medical school. 

He is a general practitioner and is on the staff of Telfari, Oglethorpe, St. Joseph 
Hospitals, and Ga. Infirmary. He is President of the Chatham Health Council and a 
member of the County Board of Health. He belongs to the State and County Society, 
the A.M.A. and the" Southern Med. Assn. 

Dr. Lee married Clermont Hugar, November 10, 1910, and has tliree children — Cler- 
mont Lee, landscape architect; Dr. Lawrence Lee, Jr.; and James Moultrie Lee, medi- 
cal student. 

During World War I, he served as Captain and was located in Camp Green, N.C. 

His special interest is fishing. 

LEHMACHER, FRANK. 16 Central Ave., Lakewood, N.J. 

Dr. Lehmacher was born in Newark, N.J., January 1, 1878, the son of Franz and 
Bertha Lippert Lehmacher. He attended the public schools in Newark where he was an 
honor student, and he graduated from Columbia College. 

He has been Director of Phy. Med., Paul Kimball Hospital for seventeen years. He 
belongs to the Am. Congress of Physical Med. and the Ocean County Med. Soc. 

He is especially interested in Physical Medicine, football, gardening and helping 
cripples to normal life. 

LIFSHUTZ (LANE), NATHAN. Died July 18, 1943. 

Dr. Lane died in the Presbyterian Hospital of Chordoma at the age of 58 years. 
He belonged to the State and County Medical Societies. 

LOEW, HARRY KALMAN. Died August 3, 1932. 

Dr. Loew interned at Kings County, Bradford Street, and Coney Island Hospitals. He 
was on the staff of St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, Conn., 1904-07; Assist. Bacteriolo- 
gist, Dept. Health, Hartford, Conn., 1905-07; on the staff of Mercy Hospital, Brown- 
ville, Texas, 1927-32; City Health Officer, Brownville, Texas, 1907-16, and 1920-32. 
He was a member of A.M.A. ; F.A.C.S.; Texas Surgical Assn. 

During World War I, he served in the M.C., U.S. Army, from the grade of First Lieut, 
to Major. He served "almost two years overseas in France and Germany." 

LOWREY, JAMES HENRY. 79 Congress St., Newark, N.J. 

Dr. Lowrey was born in Newark, July 12, 1880, the son of Hemy G. and Mary Jane 
Wright. He attended the public schools in Newark. 

Dr. Lowrey was Attend. Phy., Newark City Hosp., retired; and Attend. Surg., St. 
Michael's Hosp., retired. He belongs to the A.M.A.; N.J. Med. Soc; Acad. Med. North- 
ern N.J.; Essex Co. Path, and Anat. Soc; N.J. Surg. Soc; Doctors Club; and does 
general practice. 

During World War I, he served as First Lieut., M.C., U.S.A.; Senior Surg. Res. U.S. P.H. 
Unit 19, World War II. 

He is a widower and has two daughters and four grandchildren. His special interest 
is boating. 

Dr. Lowrey writes: "Fine idea. Dr. Hartshorn. I often wonder where some of oiir class- 
mates I once knew are, if alive." 

LOUGHRAN, ELBERT DU BOIS. Died December 20, 1926. 

Dr. Lougliran interned at the Post Graduate Hospital, N.Y. He was an Ophthalmologist 
and Otolaryngologist, City of Kingston Hospital, Kingston, N.Y. He was a Fellow of 
the A.M.A. 

He served in World War 1 with the Post Graduate Unit Base Hosp. 8 (Eye and Ear). 

MacGUIRE, D. PHILLIP. 28 E. 72nd St., New York City. 

Dr. MacGuire was born in Johnstown, N.Y., in 1879, the son of Phillip and Louise 
Graham MacGuire. He graduated from Columbia University in 1898 with the degree of 
B.A. and in 1917 was given the honorary degree of LL.B. After graduation from Medical 
School, he interned at St. Vincent's Hospital. 

His specialty is surgery and he has taught at the Post Graduate Medical School for 
over thirty years. He is a F.A.C.S. and belongs to the A.M.A. ; State and County Society. 
He has written over one hundred papers in his specialty. 

He was married in 1914 to Beatrice K. Butler who died in 1947. They have tiiree sons, 
James Butler, Philip and Stuart A., and one daughter, Beatrice (Mrs. Fowler). All sons 
attended Yale and Stuart is the present Captain of the Yale Tennis Team. Mrs. Fowler 
is the owner of the famous race horse. Bee Mac. The family are devotees of horse rac- 
ing and control a large interest in this sport. 

Dr. MacGuire is President of the Saratoga Golf Club founded by William C. Whitney 
in 1846 and which has had only four presidents. 

He served in World War I as a Major with Post Graduate unit. Base Hospital No. 1, 
located in Eppernay, France. 

MATTHEWS, FRANK CAMERON. 1401 University Ave., N.Y. 

Dr. Matthews graduated from Stanford University with an A.B. degree. After gradua- 
tion from the Medical School he interned at the City Hospital, N.Y. 

He was formerly Assist, in Cardiology, Sydemham Hospital O.P.D.; Gen. Medicine, 
Pres. Hospital O.P.D.; Genito-Urinary Diseases, Bell. Hospital O.P.D. He is a Fellow 
of the A.M.A.; N.Y. Ac of Med.; Greater N.Y. Med. Assn.; Eastern Med. Soc; Alumni 
Assn. of City Hospital. 

McCABE, JOHN, JR. New York City. Died October 7, 1935. 

Dr. McCabe was born in New York City, July 26, 1878, the son of John and Jennie 
McCabe. His mother was born in England. He prepared for college at the Dwight School 
and was graduated from Columbia University with an A.B. degree. After graduation 
from the Medical School, Dr. McCabe interned at the City Hospital. 

He was an Attending in medicine at the City Hospital and Prof, of Int. Med., N.Y. 
Polyclinic from the time of its reorganization to his death in 1935. He was highly re- 
spected by the members of the staff and was on the teaching staff of N.Y. University 
and Bellevue Medical School and Consulting Phy. at the Jewish Memorial Hospital and 
the Long Beach Hospital. He was also executive officer at the Mid-Town Hospital. 

He was a member of many medical societies and had contributed frequently to medi- 
cal journals. He had an extensive practice and was greatly beloved by his patients. 

McCHESNEY, HERMAN FRANKLIN. 60 Greenway, North Forest Hills Garden, L.I., N.Y. 

Dr. McChesney was born in Cottage Grove, Minn., the son of John G. and Harriet W. 
He attended preparatory schools and graduated with a B.S. degree from Carlton College 
in 1898. 

He majored in Surgery and is Past Adj. Att., Brooklyn Hosp.; Att., Equity Hosp.; 
Sen. Att., Adelphi Hosp., retired but still Consult. He belongs to the Kings Med. Soc; 
N.Y. State; Brooklyn Surg. Soc. 

He is a widower with one son, aged 40, who is a Civil Engineer with Erie Enambling 
Co., Erie, Pa. 

During World War I, he served on the Exemption Board. 

His interests are costume jewlery and general tinkering. 

Dr. McChesney writes: "Owned and operated the Adelphi Hosp. for eight and one- 
half years, prior to sale in May 1941. President of the Lindsey Laboratory with main 
store and laboratory in Brooklyn and branches in Jamaica and Hempstead. Had a 
coronary in October *46 and closed my office in February *47. My range of activity has 
improved quite satisfactorily so 1 enjoy life among my many friends and old patients. 
I have a comfortable home and no worries financial or otherwise. Just basking in the 
sunshine of the present and enjoying the sunset of a very satisfactory professional and 
social life." 

A fine philosophy. Dr. McChesney, for all of us to follow. 

McFARLAND, GEORGE H. Died December 4, 1912. 

Dr. McFarland was born October 18, 1876, the son of Mr. & Mrs. George. Henry Mc- 
Farland. He graduated from Princeton with a B.S. degree in 1898, and while in college 
he belonged to the Cliosophic Society (debating). 

He was an alumnus of Sloane Maternity Hospital and belonged to the Academy of 

On March 12, 1907, he married Margaret M. Andrews and they have one son, George 
Henry McFarland, IH, born April 11, 1909. 

Dr. McFarland died in Denver, Colorado, at the age of 35 years. 

McGRAW, THEODORE ALEXANDER. Died October 14, 1924. 

Dr. McGraw received an A.B. degree from Yale in 1898, and interned at St. Luke's 

He was Clinical Professor of Medicine, Michigan College of Medicine and Surgery; 
Attend. Gynecologist and later Attend. Physician, St. Mary's Hospital, Detroit; Asso- 
ciate at Detroit Diagnostic Hospital; Consultant, Detroit Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; 
Michigan Home and Training School. He was a F.A.C.P. 

He served in World War 1 from April 1917 to January 1919; from the rank of Captain 
to Lieut. Colonel, M.C., U.S. Army; Adjutant Base Hospital No. 36 in France, chief 
medical service. He was cited by Gen. Pershing: "Silver Star citation for meritorious 
and conspicuous service." 

McSHEEHY, THEOBOLD COLEMAN. 721 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. 

Dr. McSheehy was born in Whitinville, Mass., October 29, 1874, the son of Bartholo- 
mew and Mary Flaherty McSheehy. He attended public school in Northbridge, Mass., 
and the Holy Cross Prep., Worcester, Mass. He received the degree of A.B. from Holy 
Cross and the degree of A.M. from St. Francis Xavier, N.Y.C. 

He was at St. Mary's Hospital, Brooklyn, from 1902 to 1904; and has been visiting 
physician at St. Vincent Hospital since 1904. He belongs to the A.M.A., Massachusetts 
Medical, and Worcester District Medical Society. 

He was married in 1906 and has four sons and four daughters living, two children 
dead, and fourteen grandchildren. 

In World War 1, he was draft examiner, ward 1 and district 5. 

He enjoys golf and G.P. work. 

Dr. McSheehy: "With a large family I have had little time to attend class reunions 
and have lost track of the men I knew at P & S. I did attend my 50th anniversary of my 
graduation from Holy Cross College and may attend my 50th from St. Francis Xavier in 
June 1949." 

MEAD, LOUIS DURANT. Died June 14, 1918. 

Dr. Mead received his B.S. degree from California in 1898 and his M.A. from Columbia 
in 1902. He interned at Roosevelt Hospital. He later became chief of the Medical De- 
partment of the Midtown Hospital. 

MEEKER, HAROLD DENMAN. New York City. Died May 26, 1945. 

Dr. Meeker was born in Elizabeth, N.J., June 11, 1875, the son of Jonathan M. and 
Fanny S. Meeker. He attended Bordentown Military Institute and graduated from Wes- 
leyan University in 1898. He received the lion, degree of M.S. He interned in the City 
Hospital, N.Y. 

He was appointed Surgical Director of Reconstruction Hospital, and was Prof, of 
Surgery, N.Y. Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital, serving as President of the 
Faculty for two terms. At the time of his death he was Consult. Surg., Polyclinic Hos- 
pital; Yonkers Gen. Hospital; Somerset Hospital; St. Clare's Hospital; Broad Street 
Hospital; Hon. Police Surg.; and Chairman of Surgery at the Doctors Hospital. 

He belonged to the A.M. A., State and County Soc, Am.Soc.of Obs. and Abd. Surg., 

He was a Commander in the U.S. Naval Reserve and Chief Surg., U.S. Naval Hospital 
in Brooklyn. 

He has written a book on "Operative Gynecology" and numerous papers on intra 
abdominal conditions. He was a very skillful surgeon and had a distinguished career. 
His death was a great loss to the medical profession. He died of cerebral hemorrhage 
at the age of 69 years. 

MEYER, WILLIAM HENRY. 22 Alden Ave., Colonial Heights, Tuckahoe, N.Y. 

Dr. Meyer was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., December 17, 1879, the son of John William 
and Emma G. (Fries) Meyer. He attended public and private schools and has a N.Y.S. 
Regent Diploma. After graduation from the Medical School he studied in Berlin and 

He specializes in Radiologyj and is Radiol, of Fordham, Bellevue, N.Y. Post Gradu- 
ate; Direct, of Dep. Radiol, Post Graduate; Prof., Col. University; Consult, N.Y. Post 
Graduate, and N.Y. Board Trans. He belongs to the State and County Soc; A.M. A.; 
Fellow, Ac. Med.; F.A.C.R.; Radiol, of N.A.; N.Y. Roent.; Hon. Alum, of N.Y. Post 

He has written many articles on Radiol. Qual. and Quan. doses and measurements in 
radiation theory; Radio sensitivity of various lesions. Book, Clin. Roent. Pathology of 
Throaciv Lesions. His special interest is in the Physics of Radiation, Biol. Tissue 
Sensitivity Experimental Radiology in Qual. and Quan. Radiation. Devised methods 
and equipment. Conclusion, all depth calculations must be on the basis of Qual. and 
Quant. Half Value. 

He was an Instructor in Radiol, during World War I; Adv., Draft Board in World War II 
with Citation and Medal. 

He writes: "I owe much to the precept of an honorable father and the unstinting sup- 
port of a most loyal wife. Throughout this world there are thousands of men who during 
my 32 years of teaching Radiology attended classes at the N.Y.P.G. Med. School and 
Hospital. My pleaseint remembrance is the graditude expressed by many for the funda- 
mentally sound basic training they received." 

A distinguished career. 

MILLIKEN, SETH MINOT. 951 Madison Ave., New York 21, N.Y. 

Dr. Milliken was born in Dover, N.H., July 23, 1875, the son of Seth Mellen and Mar- 
garet Leighton Hill Milliken. 

Dr. Milliken attend Chapin School for Boys, 1882-1891; Harvard School, 1891-1894; 
and Yale University, where he received an A.B. degree in 1898. After graduation from 
the Medical School, he interned at Roosevelt Hospital, 1902-1905; and at Sloane, 1904. 

His specialty is Surgery; and his professional appointments include: Att. Surg., 
Lincoln, 1905-25; Asst. Att. Surg., Gouveneur, 1910-12; Asst. Att., Bellevue 4th, 1912- 
17; Att. Surg., Roosevelt, 1917-1919; Att. Surg., French, 1917-20; Surg. Dir., Recon- 
struction, 1925-27; Asst. Prof., Traumatic Surg., P.G., 1924—; Consult. Surg., French 
since 1919; Lincoln since 1926; St. Christopher's Home since 1915; U.S. Public Health 
Service since 1936. He has written two papers for N.Y. Surgical. 

He belongs to A.M. A.; State and County; New York Surgical Society; Quiz Medical; 
Al. Assn., Roosevelt and Sloane; American College of Surgeons; Diplomate American 
Board of Surgeons; P & S Al. Assn. 

He married Alida K. Leese, October 5, 1907, and they have five children— Alida 
Donnell, 1908; Seth Mellen, 1910; Martha Ellingwood, 1911; Minot King, 1916; John 
Floyd, 1920. 

During the War he was Chairman, Med. Advisory Board. 

He is a member of Union League, University, New York Yacht, Eastern Yacht, Kol- 
legewidgwok Yacht, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht, Royal Bermuda Yacht, Bar Harbor, 
N.E. Heu-bot Fleet, Yale Club of N.Y. , Economic Club, Pilgrims, Newcomen Society, 
New England Soc; Life Director, Y.M.C.A.; United Board Chinese Cliristian Colleges; 
Trustee, Roosevelt Hospital; Treas., N.Y. Soc. for Relief of Widows & Orphans of 
Medical Men; Treas., Physicians Loan & Relief Fund; Director, Physicians' Home; 
Treas., N.Y. Academy of Med., 1918-1936; Trustee, N.Y. Academy of Med., 1946 -. 

Dr. Milliken has had a distinguished service in New York City both in medical 
work and also in v.arious philantliropies. Among other things he is an enthusiastic 
yachtsman and owns the largest yawl a float, "The Thistle." He cruises with the 
N.Y, Yacht Club and has won many prizes. He summers in Blue Hill, Maine, and is 
one of the founders of the Blue Hill Troup. 

MILLIKEN, SAMUEL RAMSEY. Dallas, Texas. Died December 3, 1922. 

Dr. Milliken was born in 1879. He graduated from Southwestern University with a 
B.S. degree in 1898. He attended the University of Texas for three years of medical 

Dr. Seth Milliken of our class remembers him very well. He states that he went to 
Texas soon after graduation. He spoke very highly of him. 

MONROE, PARLEY W. Brewster, N.Y. 

Dr. Monroe was born in Madison, Indiana, the son of William Young and Juliet Wil- 
liams Monroe. He graduated from Franklin College, Franklin, Ind., in 1898 with the 
degree of B.A. After graduation from P & S, he interned at Gouverneur Hospital. 

From 1907 to 1928, he was surgeon to the American Hospital in Mexico City. He has 
been retired since 1928. 

His wife, Mary Isabel Billion, died in 1941. They had no children. 

He belongs to the University Club of Mexico City, Harlem Valley Garden Club of 
Brewster, N.Y., and is especially interested in gardening. 

MOSLER, FRED HEVERY. New York. Died January 24, 1930. 

Dr. Mosler was on the staff of the Lenox Hill and Sydenham Hospitals and died 
January 24, 1930, of Cholecystitis at the age of 50 years. 

MURPHY, JOSEPH D. 617 W. 179th St., New York City. 

Dr. Murphy was born in Worcester, Mass., in 1877, and is a graduate of the Holy 
Cross College. He was connected with the Audubon Med. Soc. and the Harlem Nose 
and Throat. 

He practices Ophthalmology, and minor surgery. 

O'NEIL, HUGH P. St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. 

Dr. O'Neil was born in 1877 in St. Andrews, the son of Charles and Mary Bradley 
O'Neil. He attended school there and graduated from St. John's with a B.A. and an M.A. 

He belonged to the BN.B Med. Soc. and is the C.P. Med. Officer. He has written some 
medical articles and served in the World War I. 

Dr. O'Neil is married and has three children. His special interests are golf and 

According to his letter he has had an interesting and successful career. 

He writes: "Dear Dr. Hartshorn: I received your letter a few days ago and am filling 
in the desired information. 

"Too bad you are too old to travel and too bad you didn't look me up when you were 
in St. A. 

"The questionnaire brings out nothing startling, and that is my idea of a good life. 
Sincerely yours, H. P. O'Neil." 

O'ROUKE, MICHAEL FRANCIS. New York City. Died July 22, 1914. 

Dr. O'Rouke was the son of Michael and Bridget O'Rouke. He died of pneumonia. He 
had been connected with St. Vincent's Hospital since 1912 as a Resident Physician, 
Chief of the Medical Service, and as an Assistant Visiting Physician. 

This tribute was paid to him by the Medical Board of St. Vincent's Hospital: "His 
integrity of character, his unselfish devotion to duty not less than his professional 
skill, won for him the respect and affection of his colleagues. The Sisters of Charity 
of the Poor whom he so generously served will long bear his name in grateful affection. 
Joseph B. Bissell, M.D., Pres.; Charles E. Nammack, Sec." 

PAGE, ALBERT W. 12 School Lane, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Dr. Page was born in Chappaqua, Westchester County, N.Y., in 1877. He attended the 
Friend's School and Regent. 

He belongs to the County of Westchester and State Societies. He has been obliged to 
discontinue his large practice in White Plains due to a coronary condition. He prac- 
ticed there from 1906-1949. 

In 1906 he married Rachel Mason of Pleasantville and has four children and ten 
grandchildren. His interests are horses, horticulture, and wood working. 

PAPPENHEIMER, ALWIN M. 45 Holden Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Dr. Pappenheimer was born in New York City, December 4, 1878, the son of Max and 
Henrietta Loewenstein Pappenheimer. He attended private schools in N.Y. and abroad, 
and graduated from Harvard University with an A.B. degree in 1898. He interned in 
Bellevue Hospital. 

Dr. Pappenheimer is one of the most distinguished members of our class. In 1909 he 
was a Demonstrator of Pathology at P & S; he later became an Assistant and Associate 
of Pathology and Professor from 1910 to 1945 when he became Professor Emeritus. At 
present he is working as a guest of the Harvard Medical School in the Dept. of Bact. 
and Immunology. 

He belongs to a great many scientific societies, among them the Am. Assn. of Path, 
and Bact.; Am. So. Exp. Path.; So. Exp. Biol, and Med.; N.Y. Path.; Fellow, Ac. Med.; 
Ac. of Sc; A.A.A.S.; Harvey Soc; etc. He has written over 150 scientific papers for 
publication in this country and abroad. 

His wife is Beatrice Leo, and they have three children— Alwin, Jr., Asso. Prof., 
Bact. at N.Y. ; Anna (Fobes), M.D., Man. Gen. Hosp.; John R., Asst. Prof., Physiol., 
Harvard Medical School. 

He served in World War I from May 1917 to February 1919, as Major, M.C., U.S.A.; 
Director of Laboratory Base Hospital No. 1 (Pres. Hosp.); Trench Fever Com. Chemical 
Warfare. Cited by Gen. Pershing. 


Dr. Pappenheimer is a member of the Harvard Club, N.Y. He is much interested in 
chamber music, sketching, and gardening. 

Dr. Pappenheimer deserves a rest which he takes by working in the Harvard Medical 

PENTLARGE, VICTOR H. Died June 22, 1921. 

Dr. Pentlarge was Attending Cystoscopist, Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn; also Chief of 
Genito-Urinary Clinic; Urologist, Beth Moses Hospital; Consulting Urologist, Brpwn- 
ville; East New York Hospital; and Hebrew Home for the Aged. 

He was a member of the A.M. A.; American Urological Assn.; N.Y. Urological Society; 
William Medical Society. 

As I recall, Dr. Pentlarge was quite deaf, and apparently overcame this impediment. 
Dr. Braun assisted him by giving to him his notes. Dr. Pentlarge certainly deserved 
great credit for his medical career. 

PFLETSCHINGER, FREDERICK. 3688 Broadway, New York City. 

Dr. Pfletschinger was born in 1879 and graduated from C.C.N.Y. in 1898 with the de- 
gree of B.S. He interned at the Lenox Hill Hospital and is Asso. Phy., Luthern Hosp. 
Mrs. pfletschinger reports that her husband is seriously ill (June 14, 1949). 

PHILLIPS, FREDERICK C. 327 Elmwood Ave., Providence, R.I. Died July 25, 1926. 
Dr. Phillips was born in Providence, R.I., March 24, 1877, the son of Charles A. and 
Sarah Phillips. He interned at the Rhode Island Hospital. He was married. He died of 
acute cholecystitis, July 25, 1926, at the age of 49 years. 

POLLAK, ALFRED WM. 133 W. 72nd St., New York, N.Y. 

Dr. Pollak was born in Waterbury, Conn., October 25, 1881, the son of Joseph and 
Nanette Pollak. He attended the public schools in Waterbury. 

He is Adj. Pediatrician, Hospital for Joint Dis.; Clin. Assist., Mt. Sinai and Syden- 
ham. He is a member of the A.M. A.; State and County; Alumnus of Montefiore; Clinic 
Society; Hosp. for Joint Disease; Eastern Med.; Harlem Med.; Masonic 1.0. F.S. of 1. 
Odd Fellows. 

He has written many articles, among them "Unrecognized Fracture of the Skull in 
Infants"; with Dr. HowEird Lilienthal, "Pulm. Malignancy with Excision"; "Coley 

He married Millie DeVuis, August 18, 1913. He enjoys travel and fishing. 

PROVINCE, ORAN ARNOLD. 100 N. Main St., Franklin, Ind. 

Dr. Province was born in Providence, Ind., May 27, 1877, the son of William M. and 
Maria Abraham Province. He was graduated from Indiana University in 1898 with an 
A.B. degree. He interned at New York City Hospital. 

His professional appointments include: Attending Physician, Indiana State Masonic 
Home; Member of Staff, St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis, Ind.; Assoc. Member of 
Methodist Hospital Staff, Indianapolis, Ind.; Chief Surgeon, Staff of Johnson County 
Memorial Hospital, Franklin, Ind. He is a member of County and State Medical Soci- 
eties; Amer. Academy of General Practitioners. 

During World War I, he served as Captain, U.S. Health Dept. He was an Examiner in 
World War II. 

He is married to Lillian Ditmars and they have four children. 

He belongs to the Kiwanis Club; is President of Franklin Park Board; President of 
Franklin Chamber of Commerce; and he enjoys fishing. 

PYLE, F. WINTHROPE. Died May 20, 1938. 

Dr. Pyle graduated from Yale in 1897 with an A.B. degree. He interned in Bellevue 
Hospital. He was Attending Physician, Bridgeport Hospital; and a member of the 
A.M. A. (Fellow), and the Bridgeport Medical Society. 

During World War I, he was Contract Surgeon, U.S.A. "in charge of medical care of 
army stations at Bridgeport for work in various supply factories." 

QUELL, JOHN A. Brooklyn, N.Y. Died, July 4, 1934. 

Dr. Quell was visiting Otolaryngologist, Skene Division, Samaritan Hospital. He died 
at the age of 52 of coronary thrombosis. 

RADIN, HERMAN THEODORE. 1749 Grand Concourse, N.Y. 53, N.Y. 

Dr. Radin was born in Germany, October 22, 1878, the son of Adolf and Johanna 
Theodore Radin. He attended public schools in Elmira, N.Y., and the College of the 
City of N.Y. , graduating with an A.B. degree in 1898. He interned at City Hospital. 

He was formerly Adj. Attending Phy., Lebanon Hosp.; and Att. Phy., Bronx. His 
special interests are in Industrial Medicine and Surgery. He belongs to A.M. A.; State 
& County; and has written many papers on Medical History, and upon various aspects 
of the graphic arts. 

On October 27, 1910, he married Pauline Loewy, and they have one son and one 
daughter, and two grandchildren. 

He is interested in book collecting and print collections, music and fine arts. 

RICE, JAMES FRANCIS. Watertown, N.Y. Died August 3, 1939. 

Dr. Rice received the degree of A.B. from New York Univ. in 1893 and M.A., New 
York Univ., 1895. He interned at the Hudson Street Hospital. 

He was Assist. Resident Physician, Bloomindale Hospital; Medical Referee, Mutual 
Life Insurance Co., Buffalo, 1904-09. He was a Fellow of A.M.A.; Buffalo Acad. Med., 
former Secretary and President; F.A.C.P.; N.Y. Phy. Aid Assn. 

RIGGS, AUSTEN FOX. Stockbridge, Mass. Died March 1940. 

Dr. Riggs graduated from Harvard with the degree of A.B. in 1898, and after his med- 
ical course interned at Presbyterian Hospital, N.Y. 

He was formerly Assistant in Pathology, P & S; Assist, in Medicine, Vanderbilt 
Clinic; Clin. Prof., Neurology, P & S; Med. Director, Austen Riggs Foundation, Inc.; 
Consult. Psychol., House of Mercy, Pittsfield, Mass.; Sharon Hospital, Sharon, Conn.; 
Vassar College. 

He was a Fellow of the A.M.A. ;and the N.Y. Acad. Med.; F.A.C.P.; Am. Neurol. Assn.; 
Am. Psych. Assn.; Assn. for research in Nervous aid Mental Diseases; Nat. Com. for 
Mental Hygiene; Mass. Soc. for Mental Hygiene. 

During World War I, he was a First Lieut., M.R.C., CO., Red Cross Ambulance Co. 
No. 13. 

At the time of his death Dr. Riggs was eminent in his specialty and liis Foundation 
is still continued. 

RHODES, GOODRICH BABOUR. 107 Linklaen St., Cagenovia, N.Y. 

Dr. Rhodes was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 17, 1876, the son of the Rev. Dr. 
Dudley Ward Rhodes. He attended the public school and the Franklin Preparatory 
School in Cincinnati and graduated from Yale University with an A.B. degree in 1898. 
After graduation from the Medical School, and the completion of an internship at the 
Roosevelt Hospital, N.Y., he studied in Vienna, Austria, Zeugnios, 1909. 

His professional appointments include: Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, 
University of Cinn.; Attending Surgeon, General HospUal; Children's Hospital, Cincin- 
nati Tb. Sanitarium; Attending Sturgeon, U.S. Public Health Hospital; N.Y. ; Advisory 
Board for Cancer Control, N.Y. and Madison County, N.Y. He belongs to the American 
College of Surgeons, the Academy of Medicine, Southern Surgical Association, Am. 
Association for the Advancement of Science, and is a Founder of the Am. Board of 

He married Frances Morrow Stewart in 1909. They have one daughter, Laura Wiggens 
(Mrs. Donald C. Taylor), and two grandchildren, Susan and Pamila Taylor. 

In World War I, he served as Lieut, and Captain, A.E.F., France, from 1917 to 1919. 
He was an Air Recognition Officer in World War II. 

He belongs to the University Club, N.Y.. His special interests are writing and sculp- 
ture (in which he does excellent work). 


ROSE, ROBERT HUGH. 1060 Amsterdam Ave., New York City. 

Dr. Rose was born in Carthage, Mo., January 24, 1878, the son of Reginal Heber and 
Doshea Early Rose. He attended the high school in Carthage and the Collegiate In- 
stitute. He received his A.B. degree from DePau in 1898. 

He interned in the New Haven Hosp., and later specialized in Gastro-Enterology, in 
the Post Graduate Hosp., 1914-24. He is the author of Eat your way to Health, 1915; 
How to Stay Young, 1933; and numerous medical articles. He belongs to the State and 
County Soc; A.M. A.; Greater N.Y. Med. Assn.; Am. Stomat. Assn. Treas., 1925; Soc. 
Med. Jurisprudence; Wash. Hts. Med. Assn.; Phi Kappa Psi; Mid York Club. 

He married Lesa La Bogh Saye, September 11, 1918, who died June 6, 1938. He has 
one son, Robert Hugh. 

During the War, he served on Draft Board, No. 145. 

Dr. Rose is one of the courageous members of our class. He writes: "Had an attack 
of aphasia in 1943 (following a cerebral hemorrhage involving broca area). Since par- 
tially recovered, so that I wrote an article *A Physician's Account of his own Aphasia* 
published in the Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1948, 13, 294-305." — a 
very remarkable and inspiring account of efforts to regain his speech. He attributes 
his partial recovery to his efforts in memorization of poetry, hours in attending the 
movies, and singing exercises, recordings, and near memorization (reading over and 
over poems without trying to memorize all of them). 

ROSENBLUTH, BENJAMIN. 1326 Madison Ave., New York City. 

Dr. Rosenbluth is Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and is 
certified by New York State Dept. of Mental Hygiene. He is Cons. Neur., Gouver.; 
Chief Neur., Stuyvesant; Poly.; Asso. Neuropsychiat., Polyclinic Hosp. 

ROSENBLUTH, MICHAEL. 225 W. 106th St., New York 25, N.Y. 

Dr. Rosenbluth was born April 10, 1881, the son of Kalman and Esther Rosenbluth. 
He spent two years at C.C.N.Y. 

He specialized in the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, and was Assoc. Att. at Harlem and 
Lebanon Hospitals. He belongs to the Am. Acad, of Ophth. and Oto-Laryn.; A.M. A.; 
Bronx County Med. Soc. He has written considerably. 

His wife's name was Anna B. and he has two sons, Raphall H. and Abbot B.Rhodes. 

ROYS, CHARLES KIRKLAND. Died September 23, 1920. 

Dr. Roys graduated from Princeton University with an A.B. degree in 1897. After his 
medical course he interned in Presbyterian Hospital. 

For many years he was a medical missionary under the Presbyterian Board of Foreign 
Missions. He was superintendent of a Hospital in Weishien, Shantung; later in charge 
of medical work at Union Medical College and affiliated Hospital in connection with 
Shantung Clu-istian University at Tsinan. 

SAPHIR, JOSEPH F. 321 W. 78th St., N.Y. 

Dr. Saphir was born in Austria, January 12, 1881, the son of Louis and Bessie Saphir. 
He attended public schools and College of the City of N.Y. 

His professional appointments include: Chief Rect. Surg., Stuyvesant Poly.; Proc, 
Man State & Daughters Jacob; Asst. Phy., E. side and Post Grad. Hosp.; Att. Phy. 
Rectal Surg., Peoples Hosp.; Chief Rectal Clinic, Gouv. Hosp.; Jewish Mat. Hosp. 
He belongs to the Am. Proc, A.M. A., Fellow of Am. Col. of Surg., State and County 
Med., Ac. of Med., Cor. Extra Venquela. 

He writes several papers each year, and was a member of the advisory boards in 
World War I. 

He married Elsa, daughter of Dr. Philip Maironitz, in February 1919, and has three 
children — Lea, Maria and Joan. 

He is a member of the Hayden Etching Soc, and does excellent work. 

SATENSTEIN, DAVID L. New York City. Died February 25, 1943. 

Dr. Satenstein was a very prominent dermatologist, connected with Post Graduate 
Hospital as Assoc. Clinical Prof, of Derm, and Syphil.; Derm, to the Skin and Cancer 
Hospital; Derm., Adelphi; Consul. Derm., Rockaway Beach. He was a member of the 
Am. Derm. Assn., A.M.A., Ac. Med. N.Y., Bronx Derm. 

He served in the War as Chief Derm., Am. Zionist Med. Unit in Palestine. 

Dr. Satenstein died after a long illness February 25, 1943, at the age of 63 years. 


Dr. Schulte graduated with the degree of A.B. from Trinity in 1897. After his medical 
course he interned in the Presbyterian Hospital. 

He was a remarkably fine student; a demonstrator in Anatomy; Adjunct Prof., later 
Professor; Assoc. Prof, of Anat., P & S, 1904-17. He was Junior Dean, 1917, and Dean 
since 1918, Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha, Neb.; and was Chief of 
Staff, St. Joseph's Hospital, Omaha. 

He was a member of A.M.A. , N.Y. Acad, of Med., Am. Assn. of Anatomist (Executive 
Com.), Assn. for Advancement of Science, Assn. for the Study of Int. Secretions, Am. 
Assn. of Immunologists, Nat. Tb. Assn., U.S. Public Health Assn., Cath. Hospital 
Assn., Heu"vey Society. 

During World War I, he served as Lieut. Col., U.S.A., CO., General Hosp. No 55. 

SECKEL, WALTER. 230 W. 76th St., New York City. 

Dr. Seckel was born in New York City October 9, 1880, the son of Moritz and Henri- 
etta Seckel. He graduated from the Dwight High School and has a B.A. degree. He in- 
terned at St. Mark's Hospital. 

He does general practice and specializes in Urology. He is Chief of the Urological 
Department in the Depaitment of Health, Chief at the Lenox Hill Hospital G.U. Dis- 
pensary. He is a member of the A.M.A. and the State and County Medical Societies. 

He was married in 1908, but has no family. In the past he belonged to many clubs. 

SEFF, ISADORE. New York. Died December 20, 1941. 

Dr. Seff was an alumnus of Mt. Sinai Hospital. He was a F.A.C.S., and Asso. Att. to 
the Beth Israel Hospital. He died from coronary tlirombosis December 20, 1941, at the 
age of 62 years. He was retired from practice at the time of his death. 

SELLECK, ERNEST E. 546 Park Ave., East Orange, N.J. 

Dr. Selleck was born in Norwalk, Conn., in 1876. He attended the high school in Nor- 
walk before entering Yale, from which he graduated in 1897 with the degree of Ph.B. 
His office is at 80 Maiden Maiden Lane, Am. Fore Group (Insurance). 

He is married. 

Dr. Selleck writes: "Had a cerebral hemorrhage December 31, 1947. Away from work 
for four months. Now back again with the American Fore Group (Insurance). Still at my 
desk but under greatly reduced power." 

SIGLAR, HENRY BURR. Coral Gables, Fla. Died January 17, 1947. 

Dr. Siglar was born in Newburgh, N.Y., February 29, 1876, the son of Henry Ward and 
Mary Frances (Burr) Siglar. He prepared for college at Siglar's Preparatory School, 
Newburgh, N.Y.; and attended Yale College from 1893 to 1897, from which he received 
the degree of B.A. 

He was Assistant Visiting Physician, first medical service. City Hospital, 1919-22; 
Associate Visiting Physician, first medical service, 1923; Member, Medical Board, 
second medical service at City Hospital, 1924-35; Practicing Physician in New York 
City, 1904 until retirement in 1935. 

He was commissioned First Lieutenant, Medical Reserve Corps, June 20, 1917; 
called to active duty and assigned to Co. 9, Medical Officers Training Camp, Fort 
Benjamin Harrison, Ind., August-November 1917; internist. Evacuation Hospital No. 5, 

Oglethorpe, Ga., November 1917-March 1918; commissioned Captain, December 5, 1917; 
stationed in Allentown, Pa., March-May 1918; overseas with Evacuation Hospital No. 5, 
which functioned in the following offensives: Aisne^arne, Oise-Aisne, St. Mihiel, 
Meuse-Argonne, Ypres-Lys, May 1918-February 1919; separated from the service at 
Camp Upton, February 25, 1919. (Resumed private practice, April 1, 1919.) 

He was married in New York City on October 11, 1924, to (Mrs.) Ada Davis Smillie, 
daughter of Haywood Davis and Frances A. (Stone) Davis. They had no children. 

His death on January 17, 1947, was due to arteriosclerotic heart disease. Mrs. Siglar's 
address is: 3223 Riviera Drive, Coral Gables, Fla. 

SILK, MORRIS. New York City. Died March 28, 1904. 

Dr. Silk was another member of our class who unfortunately died before being able to 
engage in private practice. He died at the age of 25 years while Resident Physician at 
Hart Island, N.Y. He was the son of Joseph Silk. 

SLOAN, ANDREW. Utica, N.Y. Died April 21, 1943. 

Dr. Sloan interned at Gouverneur Hospital. He was a member of the House of Dele- 
gates, A.M.A., at the 1935 Special Sessions; F.A.C.P.; charter member and for many 
years President of Utica Academy of Medicine. He was formerly First Vice-Pres. of 
the Med. Soc. of State of N.Y. ; Chairman of Medical Advisory Board; Utica Visiting 
Nurses and Health Assn. He was Consult., Marcy State Hospital; St. Luke's Home and 
Hospital where he died April 21, 1943, of cardio-vascular disease at the age of 63 years. 

SMITH, DAVIDSON H. New York. Died October 25, 1903. 

Dr. Smith was only 29 years old when he died following an operation for appendicitis. 
He was the son of Dr. Andrew Smith with whom he was associated in practice. 

SMITH, ARCHIBALD D. Brooklyn, N.Y. Died November 23, 1945. 

Dr. Smith graduated from Yale University with an A.B. degree in 1898. After complet- 
ing his medical course he interned in the Brooklyn Hospital. 

He was Medical Inspector, Dept. of Health, 1906-10; PoHce Surgeon, N.Y. City, 1910- 
18; Consult. Ped., Brooklyn, Rockaway Beach Hospitals. He was a Fellow of the 
A.M. A,; F.A.C.P. ; Am. Academy of Pediatrics; Brooklyn Acad, of Ped.; Ped. Society. 

He was on medical Draft Board and Advisory Board during World War. 

He was a distinguished Pediatrician. 

SPITZKA, EDWARD ANTHONY. New York and Philadelphia. Died September 4, 1922. 

Dr. Spitzka was born in New York, June 17, 1876, the son of a famous father, Dr. 
Edward C. and Catherine (Watzak). His father was a very renown anatomist and his 
son followed in his footsteps. He graduated from New York University and married Alice 
Eberspacher on June 20, 1906. 

While in the medical school Dr. Spitzka was a demonstrator in anatomy and afterwards 
he was first a demonstrator and later Professor of General Anatomy in the Jefferson 
Medical School, 1906-14. He was Director of the Daniel Baugh Institute of Anatomy, 
1911-14. He was in private practice of nervous and mental diseases from 1914. He per- 
formed an autopsy and examined the brain of Czolgosz, the assassin of President Mc- 
Kinley. He attended many electrocutions and studied many brains, making observations. 
He was a member of A.A.A.S.; Am. Phil. Assn.; D.K.E.; Intern. Assn. Editor of the 18th 
Edition of Gray's Anatomy. 

In the World War, he was a Capt. in 7th Reg. Nat. Guard, 1917; later Major and CO., 
Field Hosp. 341, San. Train 311; later Colonel and CO., M.C, San. Train 311. He was 
overseas from September 1918 to January 1919. He was certified as an expert Med. Ref. 
Neuro-Psychiatric Sec, U.S. Vet. Bureau, August 1921; Chief Med. Rat. Sec. U.S. Vet. 
Bureau, N.Y. 

Dr. Spitzka was a brilliant scholar and his death deprived the medical profession of 
a most valuable member. He died of cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 54 years. 

STOLL, HENRY F. Hartford, Conn. Died September 28, 1936. 

Dr. Stoll was on the staff of the Wildwood Sanatorium, Windham Community Hosp.; 
WiHamantic, Manchester Memorial Hosp., New Britain, Conn.; Gen. Hosp. and Bristol 
Hosp., Bristol, Conn. He was past Pres. of the Hartford County Med. Soc; was a Gov- 
ernor and F.A.C.P. He served in the World War. He died at the age of 58 years of 
coronary occlusion. 

STRONG, SAMUEL W. Flushing, L.I., N.Y. Died February 2, 1946. 

Dr. Strong was affiliated with the Flushing Hospital and was past Pres. of the 
Dutchess County Med. Society. He served in the Spanish American War and in World 
War I. He died in the Pres. Med. Center of carcinoma of the stomach, age 68 years. 

SULLIVAN, JOHN JEROME. 621 S. Virginia St., Reno, Nev. 

Dr. Sullivan was born in Virginia City, Nev., January 23, 1877, the son of John and 
Julia Sullivan. He attended high school in Virginia City, and received his B.A. degree 
from the University of Nevada in 1898. He received his M.A. degree from St. Francis 
Xavier College, New York City, in 1901, and his M.D. degree from Columbia University. 

His professional appointments include: Superintendent, Nevada State Hospital, 1915- 
1919; City Health Officer, Reno, Nev., 1935-1943; Member and Chairman, Nevada State 
Board of Health, 1939 to present; Regent, University of Nevada, 1911-1923, 1915-1919. 
He is a member of the Washoe County Medical Society, Nevada State Medical Society, 

His wife is Maud Hobart Sullivan. They have five sons - John J., Jr., Frank J. H., 
James H., Lawson H., Ralph H.; and four grandchildren - John J., HI, Maryalice, 
James, Jr., Kathleen Louise. 

He is a member of Sigma Alpha Epison Fraternity and B.P.O.E. 

SUTPHEN, EDWARD B. Morristown, N.J. Died April 18, 1935. 

Dr. Sutphen belonged to the Med. Soc. of N.J.; the Am. Laryn., Rhin. and Otol. Soc; 
F.A.C.S. He was on the staff of the Morristown Memorial Hosp.; All Souls Hosp.; 
Overlook Hosp., Summit, N.J.; N.J. State Hosp., Graystone Park. He died at the age 
of 58 years. 

SYLVIA, CHARLES A. 183 Powers St., Providence, R.I. Died November 12, 1942. 
Dr. Sylvia was born in New Bedford, Mass., April 16, 1878, the son of T. Michael 
and Marianna Sylvia. He interned at the St. Francis Hospital, settled in Providence, 
R.I., and specialized in Pediatrics. He died of cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 64 
years. He was married. 

TITUS, HARRY WOODRUFF. New Rochelle, N.Y. Died March 17, 1949. 

Dr. Titus graduated from Williams College with an A.B. degree in 1898. After gradu- 
ation from P & S, he interned at St. Luke's Hospital, Sloane Maternity, and New York 
Foundling Hospital. 

He was Attending Pediatrician, New Rochelle Hospital, and was a Fellow of the 
A.M.A. , New York Obstetrical Society, and New Rochelle Medical Society. 

He served in World War I from Dec. 1917 to April 1919, grades of Captain to Major, 
M.C., U.S. Army, with Base Hospital No. 23, Vittel, France, and Evacuation Hospital 
No. 2, Baccarat; 14 months in A.E.F. 

Dr. Titus for over forty years has practiced in New Rochelle and carried into his life 
work the remarkable ability which he had shown as a student. He was a very distin- 
guished pediatrician and his death was a great loss to the'medical profession not only 
to the city where he lived but also to the state and country. 


Dr. Van Alstyne was born in 1878. After graduation he interned at St. Joseph's Hos- 
pital, Yonkers, N.Y. For several years he practiced in Westfield, N.J. His residence 
is now 730 Watchung Ave., Plainfield, N.J. 

VAN BUREN, FREDERICK T., JR. New York City. Died March 13, 1943. 

Dr. Van Buren graduated from Yale in 1898 with the degree of A.B. After his medical 
course at P & S he interned at the Roosevelt Hospital. 

He was Demonstrator to Associate in Anatomy, Instructor to Associate Professor of 
Clinical Surgery, Associate Dean and Secretary, College of P & S. He was formerly 
Assist. Attend. Surg., Lincoln and Roosevelt Hospitals; Attend. Surg., Volunteer Hos- 
pital. He later was Attend. Surg., Sloane Hospital for Women; Assoc. Visiting Surg., 
Presbyterian Hospital; Consult. Surg., Horton Memorial Hospital, Middletown, N.Y. He 
belonged to the A.M.A. (Fellow), N.Y. Academy of Med., F.A.C.S., Am. Surgical Assn., 
and N.Y. Surgical Society. 

In World War 1, he served from July 1918 to February 1919, grades from First Lieut, 
to Major, M.C., U.S. Army. He was in the A.E.F. seven months. 

Dr. Van Buren was another of the medical men that the profession could ill afford to 
lose. At the time of his death he was recognized as one of the leading surgeons in New 
York as well as a very fine administrator. 

VAN WART, FRANKLIN BRUSH. Brooklyn, N.Y. Died May 8, 1929. 

Dr. Van Wart was born in Brooklyn and attended the high school there. He interned 
at Kings County Hospital. 

He was an Orthopedic Surgeon connected with the Kings County Hospital for 26 years. 
He assisted Dr. Adolf Lorentz when he held clinics in New York. He was also Attend. 
Surgeon at the Lutheran Hospital. He was a member of the A.M.A., Kings County Alum- 
ni, Welfare Assn. of the Dept. of Health, N.Y. 'Society for Mil. and Naval Officers of 
World War I. 

During the World War I he was a Major connected with Base Hospital 37 in England. 
This was Kings County Unit. 

He was never married. He died of septic pneumonia and while he was in the hospital 
his father and two brothers were also seriously ill there with a similar infection. 

He was a very prominent surgeon whose death was a great loss to the profession, 

WARREN, EARL P. Niagara Falls, N.Y. Died August 12, 1912. 

Dr. Warren interned at Bellevue Hospital after graduation and was an Alumnus of 
Sloane Maternity Hospital. He belonged to the Ac. Med. 

WATERHOUSE, HENRY EDWIN. Bridgeport, Conn, Died February 4, 1949. 

Dr. Waterhouse was Chief of the Obstetrical Service of the Bridgeport Hospital and 
was a F.A.C.S. He died of coronary occlusion. 

WEBB, FRAN R. 5452 Romaine St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Dr. Webb was born in 1876. He attended Western Reserve Medical School for two 
years. He was licensed to practice in California in 1920. There has been no response 
to letters sent to him. 

WEBSTER, C. E. Died November 5, 1922. 

Dr. Webster graduated from Lehigh in 1898 with the degree of A.B. After the comple- 
tion of his medical course he interned at Presbyterian Hospital. He was an exceptionally 
fine student. 

He was Assist, Attend. Physician, Lincoln Hospital; Chief of Neurological Service, 
Veterans Bureau (Philadelphia) 1921-1922, He was a member of the A.M.A. , N.Y. Acad, 
of Med., Pres. Hospital Alumni Soc. 

In World War I he served from 1917-1919 as Captain and Major, M.C., U.S.A. He was 
Director of Ambulance, First Army, A.E.F. He was awarded Croix de Guerre (with 
Palms). He did research work with Gen. Haskell's Mission to Armenia in 1919, and re- 
lief work in Poland A.R.C., 1920-1921. 

WELLS, WILLIAM HENRY. Died September 3, 1932. 

Dr. Wells obtained the degree of C.E. from Princeton in 1895, and that of Ph.G. from 
New York College of Pharmacy in 1898. He interned at the New York Hospital. He re- 
tired from medicine and became a manufacturing chemist. 

WESCOTT, WILLIAM BEVERLY. 10 Ridge Ave., Montgomery, Ala. Died Sept. 14, 1947. 

Dr. Westcot was born in Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 17, 1878, the son of David and Mary 
(Young) Wescott. He attended the Starkes School in Montgomery, and the University of 
the South, Sewanee. After graduation from the Medical School he did post graduate work 
in Vienna, Austria. 

He specialized in Surgery; and belonged to the Ala. Med. Soc, A.M. A., Mont. County 
Assn., F.A.C.S., Son of Conf. Vet., Sons of Am. Revol., S.A.E. Fraternity, Mont. Coun- 
try Club. During World War I he was a member of the V.M.S. 

He was married to Mildred Taylor Andrews, and they had two children, William B. 
Wescott, Jr., and Frances Wescott, now Mrs. Vincent S. Lamb. His special interests 
were fishing and hunting. 

He died September 14, 1947, the result of an attack of cerebral thrombosis which oc- 
curred in 1937, at the age of 69 years. 

A very interesting letter from Mrs. Wescott states: "The death of Dr. Charles Harrold 
was confirmed by a friend of the family altho she did not have the exact date. I am sorry 
that I did not give your letter my immediate attention and hope my delay did not cause 
you too much inconvenience. 

"My husband had a cerebral thrombosis in 1937 and altho he did not actually retire 
until 1938, he was not able to operate. We spent two of the following years near the 
Gulf of Mexico and spent our time fishing and living our of doors. It was easier for him 
to adjust himself when he was away from liome. 

"Tlie years passed all too quickly. I believe he was the happuest invalid I have ever 
seen and he rarely complained. The nerves in his left side were destroyed but he could 
walk with my help until the last two weeks of his life. His courage never failed him and 
his gentle sweet nature never changed. I am sure he would have been greatly interested 
in this. With Best Wishes, Sincerely, Mildred A. Wescott." 

A very fine tribute to Dr. Wescott. 

WHEELER, ALFRED W. Norfolk, Lawrence County, N.Y. Died February 28, 1949. 
Dr. Wheeler was born in Oakland, Maine, April 8, 1874, the son of William and Eliza 
Winslow Wheeler. He practiced in Norfolk for over forty years and was greatly interested 
in farming as an avocation. He was married to Frees L. Lewis who survives him. He 
died suddenly from a heart attack on February 28, 1949, at the age of 75 years. 

WHITE, GEORGE DOUGLAS. 61 Broadman Parkway, Jersey City, N.J. 

Dr. White was born in Jersey City, N.J., August 28, 1877, the son of John and Sarah 
L. Thompson White. He attended the public schools of Jersey City and graduated from 
the high school in 1898 . 

His special interest is in chemical research. During World War I he served as Lieut, 
in the M.C. He belongs to the F.R.P.A. and Accepted Masons. He is married and has 
one daughter. 

He writes: "I have been for thirty-two years an industrial surgeon in the Chrome In- 
dustry and am recognized as an authority on its action on the human organism being 
Plant Physician and Surgeon for the largest makers of Bichromates in the U.S., the 
Mutual Chemical Co. of America." 

WHITTEMORE, E. REED. New Haven, Conn. Died November 12, 1945. 

Dr. Whittemore received the degree of A.B. from Yale in 1898, and after graduating 
from P & S he interned at Roosevelt Hospital and Sloane Maternity Hospital. 

He practiced for many years in New Haven and was an Assistant Attend. Surgeon at 
New Haven Hospital. He was a Fellow of the A.M.A. and a F.A.C.S. 

WILCOX, HERBERT B. New York City. Present address: Oxford, N.H. 

Dr. Wilcox graduated from Yale in 1898 with the degree of A.B. After graduation from 
P & S he interned at St. Luke's Hospital, N.Y. 

Dr. Wilcox was assistant to Dr. Emmett Holt becoming an Assoc. Prof, of Pediatrics, 
1904-20; Carpenter Prof., Diseases of Children, P & S, 1921-31; Prof, of Diseases of 
Children, P & S. He was Adj. Attending, 1908-20, Director, 1920-25, Children's Med. 
Division, Bellevue Hospital; Phy. in Chief, 1925-31, Babies Hospital; Consult. Ped., 
Booth Memorial Hospital, 1922-30; Attend. Physician, Babies Hospital; Consult. Ped., 
New Rochelle; Sloane Maternity Hospital; Manhat. Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital; Neuro- 
logical Inst., Arthur's Home (Summit, N.J.); Warwich State Home for Delinquents. 

He is a Fellow, A.M.A. ; and a member of N.Y.Acad, of Med. (later Director), Am. Ped. 
Soc, Path. Soc, N.Y. Clinical Soc, Hosp. Graduates Club, Harvey Soc, Alumni of St. 
Luke's and Babies Hospitals . 

Dr. Wilcox has had a very distinguished career having been Prof, of Pediatrics in two 
of the leading medial colleges of the city. Unfortunately since his retirement his health 
has not been good. 

WOLLHEIM, JACOB LEWIS. Hotel Ansonia, Bdwy. & 73rd St., N.Y. 23, N.Y. 

Home address: 245 W. 74th St., N.Y. 23, N.Y. 

Dr. Wollheim was born in Elmira, N.Y., December 20, 1879, the son of Aaron & Bertha 
Ansorge Wollheim. He attended New York City schools and C.C.N.Y. 

His specialties are Urology and Laterally Traumatic Surgery. His professional ap- 
pointments include: Attend. Urologist, Philantlttopic Hospital (now Jewish Memorial); 
Visiting in medicine in Hospitals of City Home, Workhouse & Penitentiary; Acting 
Chief, Lenox Hill Hospital; now Consult. Urologist, Lenox Hill O.P.D.; formerly 8 
years, Surgery, Mt. Sinai O.P.D.; also 33 years in. Urology, Lenox Hill O.P.D. 

He is a member of the Am. Urological Soc; N.Y. Urological Soc, Am. Med. Soc, N.Y. 
State & County Societies, Riverside Med. Soc, N.Y. Physician's Assoc. 

He is the author of the following articles: "Meciaric Salicylate Intramuscular Injec- 
tions in Syphilis" (New York Medical Journal, July 27, 1912); "A note on the manage- 
ment of Tight Urethral Stricture as a Complication of Gonorrheal Prostatitis" (American 
Journal of Surgery, November 1912); "Prostatic Neuralgia" (The Medical Times, De- 
cember 1929); "A Simple Formula for Bismuth Salicylate Suspensions" (Medical Jour- 
nal & Record, December 17, 1930); "Bilateral Tumors of the Testicle, Report of Two 
Cases" (New York State Journal of Medicine, July 1, 1930); "Herpes Zoster during 
Arsphenamine Therapy" (American Journal of Syphilis, January 1931); "A New Instru- 
ment for the Magnification, Anesthesia and Electric Destruction of Small Genito-Urinary 
or other Sinuses" (Journal of Urology, July 1932); "Acute Nonvenereal Lesions of the 
Scrotum and Contents" (Medical Record, April 4, 1934); "Modern Treatment of Gonor- 
rhea" (Medical Record, June 3, 1936); "The Evaluation of Sulfanilamide in Urology" 
(Medical Record, June 15, 1938); and others. 

He married Miss Rose Grinnell on June 17, 1909. They have two children, Donald 
and Eleanor. 

During World War I, he was examining physician and chairman of Local Board No. 138, 
later Major, U.S.A. Reserves. 

His special hobby is Philately. 


John K. Adams March 28 

Joseph J. Asch August 15 

Charles F. Baker March 6 

Ralph M. Beach March 31 

Harold W. Bell September 10 

Philip Bissell April 10 

Max H. Bracker, Jr August 8 

George A. Bridge November 1936 

William T. Bull. , June 5, 1944 

Gunni J. Busck August 18, 1936 

Daniel B. Conklin 

Henry J. C. Corrigan .May 16, 1925 

Charles B. Cortright May 16, 1949 

J. William Davis June 27, 1933 

Sigmund Deutsch November 29, 1917 

Charles J. Dillon November 4, 1949 

Willard F. Doolittle June 5, 1944 

James F. Doon 1917 

Charles Engelke May 22, 1944 

John H. Evans March 13, 1928 

Joseph L. Fewsmith November 2, 1942 

Claude A. Frink September 21, 1947 

Stanley B. Giffen May 5, 1946 

Jacob M. Goldberg December 25, 1946 

Nathan Goodfriend January 17, 1942 

Gerald H. Grout September 25, 1933 

George H. Hahn September 3, 1925 

Charles H. Hall April 21, 1941 

Julius H. Hammer October 17, 1948 

Charles C. Harrold October 11, 1948 

George G. Hart 1926 

David N. Henning September 7, 1944 

Edward Herbert June 26, 1944 

Arthur C. Heublein. April 7, 1932 

Isaac S. Hirsch March 24, 1942 

James Samuel Hyde August 9, 1939 

William H. Jacob March 2, 1938 

Frank D. Jennings January 26, 1934 

Samuel F. Jones March 24, 1946 


Harry M. Keater May 20, 1917 

Virgil C. Kinney April 27, 1933 

Clinton B. Knapp December 15, 1915 

J. Herbert Lawson April 25, 1945 

Nathan Lifshutz (Lane) July 18, 1943 

Harry K. Loew. August 3, 1917 

Elbert Du Bois Loughran December 20, 1926 

John McCabe October 7, 1935 

George H. McFarland December 4, 1911 

Theodore A. McGraw October 14, 1924 

Lewis D. Mead June 14, 1918 

Harald D. Meeker May 26, 1945 

Samuel R. Milliken December 3, 1922 

Fred H. Mosler January 24, 1930 

Victor H. Pentlarge June 22, 1931 

Frederick C. Phillips July 25, 1926 

F. Winthrope Pyle May 20, 1938 

John A. Quell July 4, 1934 

James F. Rice August 3, 1939 

Austin F. Riggs March 5, 1940 

Charles K. Roys September 23, 1920 

David L. Satenstein July 25, 1943 

Herman Von W. Schulte July 13, 1932 

Louis Scheinberg February 25, 1941 

Isadore Seff December 20, 1941 

Henry Burr Siglar January 17, 1947 

Morrie Silk March 28, 1904 

Andrew Sloan. April 21, 1943 

Archibald D. Smith November 23, 1945 

Davidson H. Smith October 23, 1903 

Edward A. Spitzka September 4, 1922 

Henry F. Stoll September 28, 1936 

Samuel M. Strong February 2, 1946 

Edward B. Sutphen April 18, 1935 

Charles A. Sylvia November 12, 1942 

Henry W. Titus March 17, 1949 

Frederick T. Van Buren, Jr March 13, 1943 

FrankHn B. Van Wart May 8, 1929 

Henry E. Waterhouse February 4, 1939 

Charles E. L. Webster November 5, 1922 

William H. Wells August 3, 1922 

William Beverly Wescott September 14, 1947 

E. Reed Whittemore November 12, 1945 


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