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David Kinley 

President of ihe Universily 



A. C. Eycleshymer 

Dean of ihe College of Medicine 




F. B. MOOREHEAD 

Dean of the College of Dentistry 



W. B. Day 
Dean of the School of Pharmacy 



THE 

ALUMNI RECORD 



OF THE 



University of Illinois 



CHICAGO DEPARTMENTS 

Colleges of Medicine and Dentistry 
School of Phar^iacy 



EDITED BY 

CARL STEPHENS 

Secretary of 
The General Alumni Association 



1921 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



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CONTENTS 

Preface : Greetings from the President of the Universitt v 

Historical Sketches vii 

Explanatory Note xxxii 

College of Medicine Alumni 

M.D. Degrees 1 

Ad Ecndem Degrees 63, 71, 94,fl06, 118 

Honorary Degrees (All in 1900) 235 

B.S. Degrees ('17-'21) 236 

College of Medicine Faculty 242 

College of Dentistry Alumni 287 

College of Dentistry Faculty 325 

School of Pharmacy Alumni 333 

School of Pharmacy Faculty 429 

Geographical and Alphabetical Indexes 433 



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PREFACE 



Several years ago the University undertook the pubhcation of a record of its alumni 
of the departments at Urbana-Champaign. Since the College of Medicine, the College 
of Dentistrj", and the School of Pharmacy became integral parts of the University 
a few years ago, it seemed desirabFe to pubhsh a similar record of the graduates of 
these divisions of the University. It seemed further advisable to include their graduates 
of the periods prior to the times of affiliation with the University of Illinois. We regard 
them all as alumni of the University. 

The reasons for pubUshing such a record are several. In the first place, it is a 
convenient presentation of the names, work, and addresses of the men and women 
who through the years have received their education at the University. Every one 
of these graduates is interested not only in the University but in other graduates and 
welcomes such a source of information about them. In the second place, such a book 
enables the officers of the University to keep informed as to the careers of its graduates 
and to keep in touch with them, both in their own interest and in the interest of the 
University. 

I take great pleasure, therefore, as this book is issued; in calhng it to the attention 
of the ^ledical, Dental, and Pharmacal alumni and urging each of them to secure a 
copy. It will stimulate his interest in the University; it will recall old associations; 
it will inspire him to do something more for the cause of medical education. 

The University has expanded greatly in the past few years. The Chicago de- 
partments have shared in the general prosperity and in the difficulties which that 
prosperity has brought. You have all heard, doubtless, of the arrangement with the 
State Department of PubUc Welfare whereby hospitals erected by the latter will be 
at the service of the University and whereby some of the buildings of the University 
for its College of Medicine will in the futiu-e be on State ground under the control of 
that department. The project is well advanced, and it is my hope that by the open- 
ing of the Universit}^ year, October 1922, we shall be able to occupy some of these 
new quarters. In addition to the building space for which a University appropriation 
was made in the main building now being erected, a further sum of $500,000 is avail- 
able for a new research laboratory and library. 

It is my intention to do everything I can to put these departments in the front 
rank. We want to do our share in advancing standards of education in these caUings. 
We must train, and train better, more men who are to practice in them. At the same 
time we must constantly aim to make contributions to science in these fields. In 
all these things and for all these purposes I bespeak the co-operation of the alumni. 

Very truly yours, 

David Kinley 
President 



HISTORICAL SKETCHES 



I-THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 

By Dr. D. A. K. Steele, Dr. Charles Davison 
and Dr. A. C. Eycleshymer 



THE GENESIS OF A GREAT MEDICAL COLLEGE 
By D. a. K. Steele, M.D., L.L.D. 

The names of the founders of this institution are chiseled upon the cornerstone of 
the old College of Physicians and Surgeons, at the northwest corner of Honore and 
Harrison Streets, now known as the College of Dentistry of the University of Illinois. 
A. Reeves Jackson, Charles Warrington Earle, Leonard St. John, Samuel A. McWilliams, 
and the writer's are the names chiseled on the face of this cornerstone, commemorat- 
ing the memories of five men to whom the College owes its inception, name, ideals, 
and development. For ten years they were in supreme command of its policy, faculty, 
and curriculum, and directed its course with abihty, sagacity, and success. They 
were men in the prime of life, honored in this profession, and all had e.xperience in 
medical teaching in other colleges. They possessed the individual requirements of a 
medical teacher: knowledge, experience, aspiration, enthusiasm, honesty, and con- 
science — the foundation stones of character. 

Jackson, Earle, McWilhams and St. John have passed on. This Medical College 
is a monument to their hves, to the Uves of others who labored with them and who 
also have gone before their Maker, to still others who are laboring and struggling 
on and on to build up this great Medical Department of the State University; to up- 
hold the honor and dignity of the medical profession, and to carry out the ideals of 
its founders and supporters. 

Jackson was born in Philadelphia June 17, 1827, and died in Chicago, November 
12, 1892, at the age of 65. Earle was born April 2, 1845, in Westport, Vermont, a 
small village in Christenden County, near Burlington. He died November 19, 1893, 
at the age of 48. McWilliams was born February 7, 1836, in a little village of north 
Ireland by the name of Newtonards, County Down, near Belfast. He died February 
15, 1917, aged 81 years. St. John was born in a Canadian hamlet in 1853, and died 
April 2, 1920, at the age of 67. 

It is the young doctor with push, energy and enthusiasm who makes medical his- 
tory. He compels the world to honor him for his real worth, and to accept him for 
what he really is — of times a real hero. 

There are certain elements of character essential to professional success. The 
well educated mind looks beyond the mere semblance of things into the higher realm 
of nature's laws and forces, and I cannot help but think that our early environments 
have much to do with our future success. A study in early life of nature and nature's 
laws purifies and ennobles our whole subsequent career. 

To him who has been fortunate enough to open his eyes for the first time on the 
light breaking over the Green Mountains of Vermont or the rugged grandeur of the 
Colorado Peaks, or near the roaring of a mighty ocean or the rushing, whirling waters 
of a turbid river, there must remain ever an ineffaceable memory picture of nature's 
wonders; and as his budding brain realizes and appreciates the beauties of the land- 
scape, the ever changing and yet harmonious colors of Natufe's painting — whether 
in field or forest, in garden or on hillside, in the morning dawn or when lit by the glows 
of an autumn sunset — his mind cannot fail to be impressed with the grandeur and 
eloquence of nature's sermons, nor can he help realizing that a higher and mightier 
power than man rules the universe and directs by an all-wise method the mysteries 
of hfe. 

It is always interesting to trace the origin of institutions of learning, and to in- 
vestigate the underljring causes that brought them into existence; to study the char- 
acteristics of the men whose foresight and vision moved them to foimd a new medical 



viii College of Medicine 

college in Chicago; to look behind the men themselves to their teachers, who by their 
precept and example had inculcated ideas and ideals into the minds of these men that 
would mould their characters and dominate their lives with aspirations for the attain- 
ment of the highest and best attainable in medical science and medical education. 
It is interesting to note that three of the founders of this College were graduates of 
the old Chicago Medical College, now the Medical School of Northwestern University; 
and that Charles Warrington Earle, Samuel A. McWilliams, and the writer had listened 
to the matchless medical oratory of Nathan Smith Davis, the nestor of the medical 
profession, to Hosmer A. Johnson, with his polished address and graceful personality, 
as well as to the practical, forceful diction of the great surgeon, Edmund Andrews, 
and that each had been impressed by their ideas and idealism, and filled with aspira- 
tions to emulate their characters and reputation and to become surcharged with their 
professional spirit and enthusiasm for the profession of medicine. Even as we strove 
to forget some of their prescriptions and lectures a few years later — we could forget 
the lectures, but never the men who had left the impress of their personality on our 
formative minds. 

To Earle must be given the credit of first broaching the question of establishing 
a new medical college in Chicago on the west side of the City, near the Cook County 
Hospital. In 1876 he began to agitate the project of establishing a new medical college 
adjacent to the County Hospital, but notwithstanding his energy, enthusiasm, and 
courage, he did not succeed in interesting a sufficient number of suitable people in 
the enterprise to make a successful start, so the project was dropped for five years. 

Early in 1881 he spoke to A. Reeves Jackson about the advisability of starting a 
new medical school adjacent to the County Hospital, and Jackson, who was a lecturer 
in Rush Medical College, readily assented to Earle's proposition. After several con- 
ferences and prolonged discussions, a preliminary meeting was held May 4, 1881, in 
the Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago, to consider establishing a new medical school in 
Chicago. 

The time was propitious. The growth of the city had been phenomenal and many 
of the leading medical men of the city, not then connected with existing medical col- 
leges, foresaw that Chicago was bound to become a great medical center. At this 
preliminary meeting four of the founders and three men not subsequently connected 
with the enterprise were present. Dr. Jackson was chosen president and Dr. Steele 
secretary of the meeting. 

After a full discussion of the question it was considered advisable to organize a 
new medical school in Chicago, having for its aim the elevation of medical scholarship. 
On motion of Dr. McWilliams the embryonic medical venture was christened "The 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago," and this name was retained until 
1913, when the College was affiliated with the University of Illinois, when it became 
known as the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois. Drs. Jackson, Earle, 
and the writer were appointed a committee to procure a license and to incorporate 
under the general State law. Dr. McWilliams was made chairman of a committee 
to look up a suitable location and ascertain the price of ground for the college site; 
and still another committee, of which the writer was chairman, was appointed to report 
on chairs, lectureships, etc., and to suggest the names of suitable persons to fill them. 

The license to incorporate was issued by the Secretary of State July 2, 1881, to 
Drs. Jackson, Earle, and the writer and on October 14, 1881, a final certificate of in- 
corporation was issued to Drs. Jackson, McWilliams, the writer, St. John, and Earle, 
the founders and incorporators. On June 23, 1881, Dr. Jackson, on behalf of the 
Committee on grounds and location, reported that the lot on the northwest corner 
of Harrison and Honore Streets, 95 x 100 feet, could be secured for college purposes. 
Drs. Jackson and McWilliams were appointed a purchasing committee and author- 
ized to secure the lot for the lowest cash price. On July 14, Dr. McWilliams of this 
committee reported that a contract had been made for the purchase of the lot for $5,000, 
all cash, and the purchase was immediately made. Drs. Jackson, McWilliams, Steele, 
and St. John advanced the amount in equal shares. The capital stock of the new 
corporation was fixed at .$30,000, and the entire stock was subscribed by the five in- 
corporators. Bylaws were adopted, and Drs. Jackson, McWUhams, Steele, St. John, 
and Earle, were elected the first board of directors. 

In the preliminary announcement the following notice appeared: 

"The Faculty beg to state that this college has been organized in the interest of 
a more thorough and practical education than is usually furnished by the medical 
schools of this country. The Faculty believe that the medical practitioners who have 
been long engaged in their calling, and who realize the difficulties under which many 
of them have labored, desire that those who succeed them may receive more and better 



Historical Sketch ix 

facilities during their pupilage than were obtained by them for becoming qualified 
for their work. In all other departments of learning it is deemed necessary to so clas- 
sify and grade different studies that tlie pupil is systematically led from those of an 
elementary and fundamental character to the more advanced branches. In medicine, 
however, a science in which accuracy and completeness of attainment by its votaries 
involves more important interests than any other, this reasonable and philosophical 
system is. for the most part, wholly ignored. The Faculty believe the time has come 
when medicine should no longer occupy this exceptional position, and in deference 
to the demand of the profession generally for a more systematic plan of college instruc- 
tion than is usually offered, have adopted a system of instruction extending over three 
years and including two or more graded winter sessions of six months each." 

On July 18, 1S82, at a stockholders meeting called for the purpose, the capital 
stock of the corporation was increased to $60,000, each member of the Faculty sub- 
scribing for ?2,000 worth of the capital stock. 

The first regular session of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago 
commenced Tuesday evening, September 26, 1882. The introductory address was 
delivered by Professor A. Reeves Jackson. At this time the new college building, 
located on the northwest corner of Harrison and Honore Streets, opposite the Cook 
County Hospital, had been completed under the direction of George H. Edbrooke, 
the architect, and as a result of his labors and the indefatigable work of Dr. McWUliams, 
Chairman of the Building Committee, the college edifice was scarcely surpassed by 
any in this country in beauty of design, excellence of construction, or adaptation to 
its purposes. 

Dr. rvIcWilliams organized the West Side Free Dispensary, which occupied the 
first floor of the buUding, and which was under the exclusive control of the College 
Faculty; patients being classified according to diseases and different rooms assigned 
to each class, students thus having an opportunity to learn the details of actual prac- 
tice in the various specialties. 

When the session opened September 26, 1882, there was present a class of 100 
students, which gradually increased to 165. At the close of the session, 52 of these 
graduated. 

During the year 7,504 patients were examined and prescribed for in the college, 
most of them before small sections of the class in the different clinic rooms on the 
dispensary' floor. 

On March 17, 1883, the Board of Directors met to elect a permanent Faculty 
according to a resolution adopted, the basis of the election requiring that the follow- 
ing four questions should be answered in the affirmative about every candidate before 
he was eligible for election. (Each member of the Faculty had been elected the first 
year on probation.) 

1. Is he a systematic and capable teacher? 

2. Has he a moral character and habits such as will reflect credit upon an educa- 
tional institution? 

3. Is he honorable and trustworthy m his treatment of and dealings with his 
colleagues? 

4. Is he in accord with the general policy of the school, especially in its require- 
ments for admission and graduation of students and its graded system of in- 
struction? 

The requirements for graduation at this time were announced as (1) A good moral 
character; (2) attainment of 21 years of age; (3) three years of study under the direction 
of a physician in regular standing; (4) attendance on two or more winter lecture courses, 
the last of which must have been at this college; (5) dissection of each part of the 
cadaver; (6) attendance on two terms of clinical and hospital instruction; (7) satis- 
factory examinations; (8) deposit of final examination fee with the treasurer on or 
before February 1. No honorary degrees to be conferred. 

It was at this time that the illustrious name of Quine was added to the faculty list. 
He was apix)inted Professor of Medicine, and from that date his dominant personaUty, 
wisdom, eloquence, and professional spirit was a source of strength to the College as 
side by side we labored on together for its best interests. 

During the spring of 1890, the writer became satisfied that the future 
welfare and prosperity of the college depended upon a thorough reorganization of 
the teaching faculty and pohcy of the college so as to secure for it a greater share of 
the confidence and patronage of the medical pubhc. He laid his plans before Profs. 
Quine and Earle, and secured their ready co-operation and support for a reorgani- 
zation which with the sanction of President Jackson was immediately carried into 
effect. At a stockholders' meeting April 19, 1893, the capital stock of the college 



X College of Medicine 

was increased from $60,000 to $100,000. A total of $50,000 was expended this year 
for the erection of six new laboratories adjoining and connected with the college build- 
ing. Attendance upon three full winter courses was made obligatory. The curric- 
ulum was extended. Much more attention was given to demonstrative and laboratory 
teaching than formerly. From this time on the progress of the school was rapid — 
indeed almost phenomenal, as it was the first among the western medical colleges to 
inaugurate laboratory teaching. The total number of matriculants was 248, 42 
of whom were graduates, making a 19 percent ratio of graduates to resident matric- 
ulants. 

Professor Bayard Holmes had been elected corresponding secretary, and conducted 
an energetic correspondence with prospective medical students. The requirements for 
admission were increased, so that every candidate for admission to the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons was required to present a certificate of good moral character 
from a reputable physician, and (2) a diploma or certificate from a recognized college, 
school of science, academy, normal school, or high school, or other evidence of satis- 
factory preliminary education. Students unable to meet these requirements were 
admitted on passing a satisfactory examination in the following subjects: (a) English, 
including the writing of an essay of at least 200 words on some well-known person or 
important recent event, the subject to be announced at the time of the examination; 
(b) mathematics, the examination to cover compound principles and percentage in 
arithmetic, and fractions and equations of the first degree in algebra; (c) physics, the 
examination to cover elements of physics as presented in Balfour Stewart's work; 
(d) Latin, including the rudiments of grammar, translation of easy Latin prose into 
English, and of English into Latin, the commentaries of Caesar to furnish the basis 
of both. The plan of instruction was arranged in four separate annual courses. Each 
year consisted of a winter term of seven months, and a spring term of two. 

A year after the World's Fair, 1893, we erected the first medical laboratory building 
equipped for the use of students in Chicago — in anatomy, bacteriology, chemistry, 
pathology, physiology — six stories in height, 30 x 100 feet in size. A large supply of 
equipment and material had been purchased in Europe. 

The basement of the laboratory wings contained living rooms for the curator; 
storerooms, laundry and boiler room. On the first floor were a reading room, quiz 
room, coat room, and hall. The second floor contained the histological laboratory, 
with desks and lockers, which was connected and continuous with the microscopical 
laboratory of the main building, and constituted a single room of 25 x 156 feet, com- 
municating with storerooms and special preparation rooms. The third floor was 
divided into a pathological laboratory and four connecting preparation rooms, and 
was complete in its appointments. The fourth floor had a chemical laboratory, pro- 
vided with desks of special design. On the fifth floor was the biological laboratory, 
25 X 156 feet, the general arrangements of which were like those of the microscopical 
laboratory. It contained aquaria, cages for small animals, and other necessities for 
biological study. Here, studies were carried on in experimental surgery. On the 
sixth floor was the anatomical department. Each laboratory was thoroughly equipped 
and perfectly lighted, heated and ventilated. It was confidently asserted that in no 
other medical college on the continent did students receive as much laboratory in- 
struction. 

In October, 1893, the college met with a very great loss in the death of its presi- 
dent, A. Reeves Jackson, Professor of Gynecology, the guiding spirit of the institution 
up to that time. Professor Charles Warrington Earle was elected President in his 
stead, and guided the affairs of the college during the following year, when his un- 
timely death occurred. 

In February, 1896, members of the Faculty and other friends of the college pur- 
chased the Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital for $50,000 in order to secure 
additional clinical advantages for the college. It was converted into the West Side 
Hospital, and was connected to the old college clinical amphitheatre by a covered 
bridge. 

During 1896 negotiations were opened by Governor Altgeld with Professor Quine, 
President of the Faculty, looking toward the affiliation of the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons with the University of Illinois as its medical department. At the sug- 
gestion of the Governor the trustees of the University appointed a committee to confer 
with a similar committee from the coUege to formulate a plan of union. Professors, 
Quine, Steele, and King represented the coUege in these negotiations with President 
Draper and a committee of the trustees of the University. The outcome was that on 
April 21, 1897, a lease was made to the University of the College property for four 
years. From this date the coUege passed under the control of the University. Co- 



Historical Sketch si 

education was introduced, and university methods adopted. The growth and pros- 
perity of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, now known as our College of Medi- 
cine,"was even more rax^id than before. Its re]nitation and solidity as a part of the 
State Universitv were recognized by medical students and its classes grew with amaz- 
ing rapidity, the attendance in 1S95-96 was 235; in 1896-97, 409; in 1898-99, 514; in 
lS99-liX)0. 579; and later 710. 

In 1899, the College and the University, realizing that a union of the two institu- 
tions was mutually advantageous, entered into a new agreement under a twenty-five 
year lease, by which at its termination all the college property and good will became 
the property of the University. During this lease one-third of the net profits were to 
go to the University toward a medical college and endowment fund, two-thirds to 
go to the stockholders of the college. 

Great credit is due to the Coromittee for the successful manner in which it con- 
ducted these dehcate negotiations to a satisfactorj' conclusion, by which the College 
became the medical department of tlie University of UUnois, and by which during 
the life of the lease, the faculty retained an advisory relation and made all nominations 
for vacant faculty positions. On and after May 1, 1900, the CoUege of Physicians 
and Surgeons became the College of Medicine of the University of lUinois. It was 
in this year that ^^'illiam H. Browne came as superintendent. He has since been a 
dominant factor in the development of the College. 

The year 1900 was memorable for other events than the affiliation of the College 
and University on a rental basis. In this year the College had an attendance of 635 
medical students. We were growing at a tremendous pace, and were crowded for room. 
\\'e obtained permission of the Trustees to purchase the West Division High School 
building and property for 8186,000, and to convert it into a medical college building. 
We paid $100,000 cash, and the balance in five annual payments. We also acquired 
the Illinois School of Dentistry, and in 1901 converted the old Medical CoUege Build- 
ing (which in June, 1901, had been partially destroyed by fire) into the present College 
of Dentistrj' Building. A Dental Faculty was appointed, and the building was equipped 
with an up-to-date dental college outfit. For the opening session in October, 1901, 
we connected the two college buildings by a covered bridge, and also put in a bridge 
to the West Side Hospital, which had been secured years before by members of the 
Faculty for the use of our students in chnical demonstrations and teaching. 

In 1906 other members of the Faculty erected the University Hospital with 100 
beds in order to afford our students better clinical advantages. 

Look at this illustrious Ust of teachers as I pass them in review before you — aU 
revered members of your old Ahna iNIater in its early years of sacrifice and service: 

Henry Palmer, noted surgeon, Surgeon General of Wisconsin; Robert L. Rea, great 
anatomist and surgeon; Nicholas Senn, master surgeon, noted author; Christian Fenger, 
pathologist and surgeon; Alex. Hugh Ferguson, Surgeon; John B. Murphy, premier 
surgeon of the world, whose work was recognized as one of the epochs of medical ad- 
vancement; J. J. M. Angear, principles of medicine; Frank E. Waxham, intubationist; 
Walter S. Christopher, diseases of children; A. W. Harlan, dental surgeon; W. T. Eckley, 
anatomist; Boerne Bettman, oculist and aurist; J. T. Jelks, G. U. surgeon; Albert 
E. Hoadley, anatomist and surgeon; John A. Benson, physician and physiologist; 
J. M. G. Carter, sanitarian; Adolph Gehrmann, bacteriologist of international reputation; 
and many others. 

Every Ufe is a monument to somebodj^'s ideals. We are all sculptors chiseling 
into perfection or sadly marring the lives about us. The class room and lecture hall 
and laboratory are studios; the students are hving stones out of which the teacher 
is daily carving characters; the graduates are the hving symbols of the ideals of their 
Alma Mater. 

We cannot all serve in the Faculty or in the field of teaching, but when these others 
give their lives to sacrificial service in the cause of humanity, whose training and going 
forth on their errands of mercy have been made possible by our service and gifts to 
advance medical education, our money has been transformed into life. Monuments 
built of stone may perish, but the monuments we erect out of our lives are imperish- 
able. There are hving monuments that will endure forever. 

The prehminary affiliation between the College and the University having proved 
satisfactory, on Febniary 9, 1900, a new lease of the College to the University was 
entered into for a period of 25 years, dating from May 1, 1900, to April, 1925. This 
instrument provided for a Dean, an Actuary-, and a Secretary of the Medical Faculty, 
all to be selected by the President of the University. It also contained a provision 
for the purchase of the college property by the University at an agreed price, any 



xii College op Medicine 

time during the life of the lease. This arrangement continued in operation until April 
30, 1912. The property was owned by the Corporation known as the College of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons of Chicago. The University of Illinois conducted a medical 
school for fifteen years in this leased property. 

During all this time the College had looked to the organic union of the two in- 
stitutions, but the State had never contributed one dollar to the support of the medical 
school. Every dollar needed for the maintenance of the institution had been furnished 
by the Faculty of the College from the fees of its students. 

There was an active evolution in medical education at this time, and an enlarge- 
ment of the requirements for admission to the medical colleges. This had been es- 
tablished by the Committee on Medical Education of the American Medical Associa- 
tion. The elevation of medical education met with general approval by the profession 
and by our College Faculty, but it was found impossible to maintain a state college 
on these high planes without state support, and the University had never been able 
to secure an appropriation from the Legislature for its Medical College because it did 
not own the college, but only operated it on rented property. 

For several years each biennial session of the Legislature had refused the Uni- 
versity a fund to purchase the College. Once only was a bill passed making an ap- 
propriation for the purchase of the college, but even then the Governor violated his 
promise of support to the Trustees and Faculty and for political reasons vetoed the 
bill. Although the lease was made for twenty-five years, the actual life of it was only 
two years, as new appropriations had to be made every biennium for the support of 
the University, and the Trustees could only bind themselves for the period of the 
biennial appropriation. 

A majority of the stockholders of the College Corporation decided they woidd 
not continue the lease beyond April 30, 1912, and a communication to that effect 
was sent to the Trustees of the University. On April 30, President James closed 
the Medical School of the University for lack of support. 

We were at the parting of the ways. Then the Alumni Association of the College 
took a hand and saved the day, restoring the College to the University as a gift, aided 
by the faculty, stockholders, students, and other friends of higher medical education. 

Shortly after the Dean had announced that the relations between the two institu- 
tions had been severed, and that the college was again a private medical college, a 
movement was begun by the Alumni Association of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Chicago which resulted in the appointment of a committee to secure the 
property of the College for the University of Illinois, as its permanent medical de- 
partment. The Council of the Alumni Association appointed the writer chairman 
of this committee. 

After a strenuous campaign (from July, 1912, to January, 1913) this committee 
succeeded in securing every share (2,170) of the capital stock of the corporation of 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, as a donation to the University of Illinois, 
and on March 6, 1913, the title and deed of all the college property was transferred 
to the University and accepted by the trustees as the permanent medical department 
of the University. On that occasion the writer said: 

"Mr. President, in handing over to you this deed and bill of sale, I am not only 
transferring to the Trustees of the University the tangible property of the College, 
but with it also goes the franchise, the good will, and the high ideals we have main- 
tained for the past thirty-one years in developing the College. 

We tender you also our faculty, our students, and our alumni, and I pledge you 
the loyal support of each and every one of them. 

"Mr. President, and members of the Board of Trustees, in voluntarily relinquish- 
ing the control and ownership of this medical school, we reahze that the University 
is greater than the College, that the State is greater than the University, and tha,t 
your aspirations and desire to build up a great medical department for the State Uni- 
versity are equal, if not superior, to any other similar department in any State in the 
Union. It is worthy of honor and praise for what it has done, but will be worthy of 
greater honor in what it promises to do under your guidance and direction in fuhilling 
-its manifest destiny in the future." 

This transfer ended the corporate existence of the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, and ushered into being the University of Illinois College of Medicine as its 
medical department for all time, and under the splendid leadership of Presidents 
James and Kinley, with their vision of the greatest medical college in the country, 
it has gone on and on and upward in the ranks of medical colleges, fulfilling its naani- 
fest destiny, and with the old Faculty and many additions of scientifically trained 



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teachers, and the hberal support by University appropriations from the State, it is 
soon to occupy the magnificent new buildings now being erected for its use in the old 
baseball park. 

President Andrew S. Draper and every Board of Trustees have been our loyal and 
active supporters since 1S97. Since 1913 the State has done its part in contributing 
funds necessary to the growth and development of your College, and I am sure that 
President Kinley, his Board of Trustees, and our Dean will continue to do their part 
with all the energy-, enthusiasm, and courage of the founders and Faculty who led 
the way. 



THE 1912-1914 PERIOD 
By Chables Davison 

At the beginning of this period the University of Illinois College of Medicine was 
being conducted in buildings oxsTied by the corporation of the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Chicago, leased by the University of Illinois at a rental of $18,500 a 
year. The lease provided for biennial renewals on the same terms until such a time 
as it was believed the State would provide buildings for the medical college. 

The local officers of administration at this time appointed by the Board of Trustees, 
upon recommendation of the President of the University of Illinois, were as follows: 
Dr. William E. Quine, Dean; Dr. D, A. K. Steele, Actuary; Dr. Frank B. Earle, 
Secretary. 

The directors of the corporation of the College of Physicians and Surgeons who at 
the same time were also professors in the various departments of the University of 
Illinois College of Medicine, became dissatisfied with the existing relationship with 
the University and declared the lease of the property to the University abrogated. 

The directors of the corporation of the College of Physicians and Surgeons were 
Drs. Daniel A. K. Steele, President; William A. Pusey, Vice President; William M. 
Harsha, Secretary; Frank B. Earle, Treasurer; WUliam E. Quine, Oscar A. King, Thomas 
A. Da\ns, Henry T. Byford, and Albert J. Ochsner. 

The announcement by Dean Quine, March 29, 1912, that the medical plant would 
no longer be leased to the University of Illinois and that the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Chicago would reopen its medical school immediately following the 
current term, caused great consternation among the faculty and alumni of the medical 
department and the friends of advanced medical education throughout the state. 
An active and influential part of the faculty refused to take part in the reorganization 
of the college along the lines of a corporation for profit. These men hoped for the con- 
tinued existence of medical education in Chicago under control of the University of 
Illinois. They urgently recommended the obtaining of other quarters in which to con- 
tinue the work without interruption. The Illinois Medical Society at its annual 
meeting at Springfield discu-ssed the subject and imanimously passed resolutions on 
May 22, 1912, pledging itself to support the policy of adequate appropriation from the 
State Treasury for the development by the University of Illinois of the work in public 
health, medical research and medical education. 

A standing committee consisting of one member from each county, under the 
chairmanship of Dr. Charles S. Bacon, was appointed, to urge on public attention, 
on the legislature and on the University authorities, the necessity of making adequate 
provision for this great pubUc need. This committee conducted an active campaign 
until the University was in position to conduct its own medical department and pay 
the expenses, with the approval of the legislature, out of the general funds appropriated 
to the University. 

The University of Illinois discontinued its medical department on June 30, 1912, 
because it could no longer lease the property of the college of Physicians and Surgeons, 
and the continuance of medical teaching under the name of the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Chicago was immediately announced by the officers of that corporation. 

The Alumni As.sociation, composed of graduates of the medical coUege during all 
of its administrations, was very much concerned about the future of the college. 
The members were sharply divided. Some bitterly condemned the oflEicers of the 
corporation of the college of Physicians and Surgeons for taking advantage of what 



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they believed to be a technicality to end the lease and refusing to rent longer their 
property to the University of IlUnois. These men were anxious for the University 
to continue its medical course, with or without the cooperation of the college of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. Others censured the University of Illinois because of its failure 
properly to finance the work in medical education which it had undertaken. They 
desired to return to the old regime, depending on students' fees for financial support, 
and have an independent medical college conducted without dictation from anyone. 

The annual election of officers of the alumni association was impending and a 
vigorous struggle was staged for control. Each faction was led by a popular, capable, 
energetic alumnus, both of whom had been members of the faculty of the medical 
college when conducted by the University. One of these, Dr. Frederick Harris, was 
taking part in the reorganization of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and had 
the active support of its faculty and friends. The other. Dr. Edward L. Heintz, had 
resigned from the old faculty because its relations with the University had been broken 
and had refused to take part in the reorganization of the College outside of University 
supervision and control. 

The election resulted in an overwhelming victory for the interests of the University 
of Illinois, as represented by Dr. Heintz and his associates. 

The alumni organization and other friends of the University, including those mem- 
bers of the faculty of the University of IlUnois College of Medicine who had refused 
to take part in the reorganization into the College of Physicians and Surgeons and some 
who were to continue with the faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons be- 
stirred themselves to arrange for facilities for the University of Illinois to continue its 
work in medical education. 

It was found impossible to secure buildings already in existence in a satisfactory 
location suited for such use. In the language of President James: "Having no plant 
and no money with which to purchase a plant, the University was obliged to close 
its medical school." 

Those who were active in supporting the interests of a University Medical School 
for Chicago were not incUned to accept this as a final arrangement. 

After consultation by a volunteer committee with President James and President 
Abbott of the Board of Trustees, a tentative scheme was suggested. Plans for a build- 
ing in which to teach the two clinical years were drawn by Schmidt, Garden & Martin, 
architects, with provision for 200 students. An option on sufficient land in the im- 
mediate vicinity of the old college was secured. Money sufficient to finance this plan 
was pledged. In conjunction with this it was expected that the legislature, which 
would shortly be in session, would appropriate funds to establish the two pre-clinical 
years at Urbana. 

About this time it was suggested that if it were possible for the medical alumni to 
gather up the stock of the corporation of the college of Physicians and Surgeons and 
give it outright to the University of Illinois together with the absolute control of the 
property, it would be the best solution of the difficult problem; it would save to the 
University the fruits of its previous work in medical education; it would prevent the 
rivalry incident to another medical college being introduced into the field; it would 
bring back into the fold the friends of the College of Physicians and Surgeons and it 
would furnish a plant already in existence, under the absolute control of the Uni- 
versity, in which to conduct its medical work. 

The officers of the Alumni Association recognized that to obtain the stock of the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons by donation or purchase, there must be a unanimity 
of effort between the Association, the other friends of the University and influential 
representives of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. With this in view a committee 
was appointed by the Alumni Association to take charge of the efforts to secure the 
stock for the University. The committee consisted of Dr. Edward L. Heintz, Pres- 
ident of the Alumni Association; Dr. D. A. K. Steele, President of the College of Phys- 
icians and Surgeons; and the writer, Ex-trustee of the University of Illinois. 

The proposition to secure the stock through the efforts of the Alumni Association 
and their friends was presented to the Board of Trustees of the University by the 
writer and a resolution was adopted by the Board to the effect that they would ac- 
cept the stock if all of it was dehvered to them on or before Feb. 1, 1913, and would 
reopen the University College of Medicine and conduct it as a department of the 
University . 

By agreement between the members of the Committee and the President of the 
Board of Trustees of the University, Dr. Steele was made chairman of the Committee 
to secure all the stock of the College of Physicians and Surgeons for the University of 



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Illinois, and it was largely due to his indefatigable efforts that all this stock was se- 
cured as a gift to the University. 

Of the 2170 shares of stock held by various people, 1488 were donated outright 
to the University. Of these 14SS shares, 1065 were donated by the owners; 423 shares 
were purchased during the campaign from their original owners and donated by friends 
of the University. 

The ne.xt step in the campaign was the securing of options of purchase from the 
owners of the remaining shares of stock who would not donate their stock to the Uni- 
versity. Options were obtained on 675 shares until July 1, 1913, at a total purchase 
price of $28,151.65. The remaining 7 shares had never been issued by the corporation. 

Ne.xt came the campaign to secure subscriptions and collect the money needed 
to take up these options by Feb. 1, 1913, the time limit set by the Board of Trustees 
of the University. A direct appeal was issued to the members of the Alumni Associa- 
tion and to those interested in medical education in Chicago under the auspices of the 
University of Ilhnois. This was followed by active individual solicitation by members 
of the committee and those alumni who were assisting them. 

As a result, the entire total of $28,151.65 was secured from 173 different sources, 
including large subscriptions from several classes. 

On Jan. 30, 1913, the complete stock issue of the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of Chicago, accompanied by the resignations of the officers of the corporation, was 
dehvered by the committee to the President of the Board of Trustees of the Univer- 
sity of Ilhnois. 

The charter of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, deeds to the real estate, 
a bill of sale of the personal property, the Robert L. Rea scholarship fund of $4800 
in bonds, the Medical Missionary scholarship fund of $2000 in bonds, receipts for all 
floating indebtedness of the College of Physicians and Surgeons and a balance of 
$12,551.11 on deposit at the Chicago Savings Bank & Trust Company, were turned 
over to the authorities of the University of Illinois. 

The real estate consisted of two properties :- 

1. The old college building, later known as the dental school building, a six-story, 
brick and stone building occupying a space 100 x 100 feet at the northwest corner 
of Harrison and Honore Streets, facuig Cook County Hospital. 

2. The Medical College building known as the old high school building, a five-story, 
brick building of 100 x 200 feet with a four-story, brick laboratory wing 30 x 96 feet 
and a separate power plant, situated on a lot containing over 3500 square feet of land, 
fronting four streets, Ogden Avenue, Lincoln, Congress and Honore Streets. 

The personal property consisted of the equipment of the medical college and a 
medical librarj' of approximately 12000 volumes. 

The transfer was made subject to obUgations resting on the property in the form 
of bonds and mortgages amounting to $245,000. The plant was a going concern with 
an income of approximately $100,000 a year. In addition to the property of tangible 
value there was the prestige and pubhcity assetof an institution of good standing, carry- 
ing on for thirty years, practically half of that time under University sanction, and also 
the asset of 3000 loyal medical alumni. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons passed out of existence as the transfer 
was made. It has become a memory, — a pleasant memory to some of the older mem- 
bers of its faculty, increasingly pleasant with the reverie of the years. 

On Feb. 12, 1913, the Board of Trustees of the University formally approved the 
details of the transfer, accepted the gift on behalf of the University and directed the 
President of the University to reopen its medical school in this plant, admitting students 
of the medical school of the College of Physicians and Surgeons to the corresponding 
classes of the University Medical School, and accepting the faculty of the same school 
until the close of the current academic year. 

The session of 1913-14 was conducted imder the personal supervision of President 
James. Dr. ^^'illiam E. Quine was appointed dean of the two clinical years (senior 
dean) and Prof. George P, Dreyer of the department of physiology dean of the pre- 
clinical years (junior dean), practically .separating the work of the college into two 
divisions. Later Dr. D. A. K. Steele became senior dean, retaining the office till July 
1, 1917, when he resigned to enter the medical service of the U. S. Army as Major 
in the World War. 

Students entering the college were for the first time required to present college or 
university credentials. Credit for at least thirty semester hours was required for 
the current year and announcement was made that thereafter credit for at least 60 



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semester hours would be required, including two years of Chemistry, one year of physics, 
one year of biology and two years of French or German. 

For the first time in the history of the coUege, it received financial support from 
other sources than students' fees. The Trustees of the University appropriated $100,000 
from the general fund of the University, which amount was expended in strengthening 
the work of the preclinical years. 

For years the weakness of its fundamental work had been the opprobrium of the 
medical coUege. With this amount of money at his command. President James sought 
for professional teachers in other institutions who had been especially trained as teachers 
of the various fundamental medical sciences, to reorganize the work of the preclinical 
years. He was successful in obtaining among others the services of tliree men who were 
eminent in their special branches. Dr. Albert C. Eycleshymer, director of the de- 
partment of anatomy and acting dean of St. Louis University Medical School, was 
selected as head of the department of anatomy. Dr. David J. Davis, assistant pro- 
fessor of pathology in Rush Medical CoUege, was selected head of the department of 
pathology and bacteriology and director of experimental medicine. Dr. William H. 
Welker, assistant professor of physiological chemistry in the medical department of 
Columbia University, was selected head of the division of physiological chemistry. 

During the academic year, these departments were completely reorganized. Many 
alterations in the building were made and large quantities of new equipment were 
installed to accommodate this new work in education, investigation and research. 



IN RECENT YEARS 

By Dean A. C. Eycleshymer 

In attempting to continue the story of our College of Medicine, as told by Drs. 
Steele and Davison, I reahze that I am in a position not unhke one who suddenly 
comes into the active management of a large business. He cannot appreciate how the 
business was built up. The ideals; the plans; the work; all are more or less vague. 
The one thing which confronts him is the perpetuity and growth of the enterprise. 
In such an organization there is usually a president, board of directors, superintendent, 
foremen, etc. The position of dean in the College of Medicine is analagous to that of 
superintendent in the business enterprise. It is therefore fitting that I should say 
something of how the plant has been operated during the past six or seven years. 

The first object of the medical school is to train men to become good doctors; the 
second, to prepare men to become teachers in medical schools. A good doctor is one 
who occupies a prominent position in the social life of the community and whose work 
is not only the alleviation and cure of disease, but also the prevention of disease. A 
good teacher is one who not only reproduces the known but also produces and thus 
adds to the known. In training men to become doctors or teachers we must always 
have in mind two quaUties which we must develop: — the one, to imitate whatever 
has been well done under well defined conditions; the other, to initiate new procedures 
when new conditions arise. These are the central thoughts around which the entire 
system of medical education is being built. 

To attain this end the University has thoroughly equipped its laboratories with 
aU the modern apparatus necessary for teaching and research. It has steadily increased 
its Ubrary until at the present time it contains all the standard medical works together 
with complete files of nearly all the medical journals published in Enghsh, French and 
German. It has begun the reorganization of its faculty by obtaining a number of 
eminent men in the preclinical branches and placing them on a university basis. They 
are paid salaries and are thus enabled to devote their whole time to the work of the 
College of Medicine. The teachers in the clinical branches are unpaid, and are con- 
sequently unable to devote their entire time to the work. The time is not far distant 
when some of the teachers in these branches must also be placed on a university basis. 

The educational requirements have been gradually increased. In 1913 a year of 
college work was required for admission in addition to the completion of a four-year 
high school course. In 1914 a second year of college work was added. Thus all stu- 
dents entering since 1914 have had two years of preliminary college work before enter- 
ing upon the medical work proper. In 1915 the work of the first two years was of such 



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a grade that the University considered it equal to the work given in its other colleges 
and authorized the granting of the degree of Bachelor of Science upon the completion 
of these two years. In 1916 the College of Medicine organized a graduate summer 
quarter. This was the first attempt among medical colleges to set ajjart a summer 
quarter to be devoted exclusively to graduate work leading to the degree of Master of 
Science or Doctor of Philosophy. The work attracted the attention not only of medical 
educators, but also of educators in otiier fields. In 1917 the medical course itself 
was extended from four years to five. In the fifth year the student may devote his 
time to the introductory practice of medicine, as an intern in a hospital; or in case he 
wishes to prepare himself for a professional career, as a teacher in one of the preclinical 
branches, he may devote this year to special preparation for the field of his choice. 
Notwithstanding these increased requirements both for entrance and graduation the 
attendance has increased to such an extent that the College is overcrowded and many 
are turned away. 

A sketch of our activities during the past few years would be incomplete without 
reference to our attempt to speed up the education of our students during the world 
war. The first realization that the College of Medicine was to form a part of the 
military system of the United States came to us in September, 1917. The provisions 
of the Selective Service Act gave our students the privilege of enhsting for service 
and being assigned to inactive status for the purpose of continuing their medical studies. 
Immediately following the declaration of war, nearly all of our students enlisted either 
in the .\rmy or Navy and were assigned to inactive duty in the Medical Enlisted Ee- 
serv'e Corps. We were soon confronted with a difficulty in that we were unable to 
keep a sufficient number of teachers from enhsting to carry on the instruction for these 
students. In anticipation of just this need the Medical Section of the National Coun- 
cil of Defense on May 15th, 1917 had requested Dean Steele to prepare a Ust of essential 
teachers. This was done but it gave the school some anxiety to find that a number 
of the men on this Ust were very soon called to active service. For some reason a 
second list was requested on July IS, 1918, by the Surgeon General, and though no one 
felt that the second fist would be considered more seriously than the first, yet it was, 
and those who were on that list were accepted by the Army and Navy only after the 
University had released them. 

In Februan,', 1918, Major Arnold from the office of the Surgeon General, speaking 
before the Medical Educational Conference in Chicago stated that "we have no moral 
right, in deference to the drafted men in the fighting line, to give medical students the 
usual summer vacation of three or four months." He suggested that it be possible 
to give three terms in twelve months instead of the usual two terms, and that these 
terms should begin about October 1, February 1, and June 1. "If this plan were 
adopted now the present first class would be ready for service twelve months earlier 
than under the present plan, the second class eight months earlier and the third class 
four months earlier; the senior class would not be affected. " This plan was energetically 
opposed by the representatives of some state boards, especially Pennsylvania, but the 
conference by a vote of 37 to 16 adopted the following resolution: "It is the sense of 
this conference that a plan of intensive training by which the time required to complete 
the course in medicine may be shortened by one year without lowering the present 
educational standards, be approved as a war measure, and that state boards and uni- 
versities be requested to take such action as will conform to it." 

We at once began work on plans for a continuous session on a three-term basis. 
When the detailed curriculum was presented to the Surgeon General's office it was 
pronounced one of the most carefully thought out and best that had been proposed. 
On May 17, 1918, a telegram was received which ran as follows; "Plan of continuous 
session to begin this Summer welcome for all schools like lUinois, which can maintain 
standards. — Gorgas." The President and Board of Trustees of the University had 
previously approved of our plans and we proceeded at once to arrange for a continuous 
session. The announcement was made in a leaflet stating that beginning June 3, 
1918, we would operate a continuous session for those students in the Medical Enlisted 
Reserve Corps alone and that they, upon the completion of four full years of eight 
months each, would have fulfilled the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Medicine. 

On July 12, 1918, the following resolution was adopted by the Bureau of Medical 
Education and Licensure of Pennsylvania: 

' ' In view of the fact that the University of Illinois College of Medicine has adopted 
and advertised the giving of a course in medicine, to be followed by the conferring of 
the degree of Doctor of Medicine within a period of three years, — 

"And Whkreas by the laws of Pennsylvania it is provided that there must be a 
course in medicine leading to the degree of M.D. extending through four calendar 
years, — 



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"Therefore, Be It Eesolved that the Bureau of Medical Education and Licensure 
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania do hereby withdraw all recognition of the medi- 
cal courses given in the University of Illinois College of Medicine and that the graduates 
of this school be refused the privilege of admission to the Pennsylvania State Medical 
Examinations." 

Since other states threatened to follow the action of Pennsylvania and prohibit our 
graduates from practicing in them, there was nothing left to do but to return to the 
old basis of extending our course over four calendar years. Thus our efforts and hopes 
to comply with the desires of the Army were defeated. 

The next real activity was our participation in the development of the Students 
Army Training Corps. The first of October, 1918, with considerable ceremony the 
Army and College of Medicine inducted our students into the S. A. T. C. This or- 
ganization was partly under the control of the Army and partly of the University. 
We gave printed cards to the students, certifying that they had been thus inducted, 
but we soon found out that they were not in the Army at all, although they had thought 
they were and so had we. When a student was called by a local examining board he 
presented his card, but the board considered the card a joke, and so did we a little 
later. We organized an examining board under the direction of Major A. J. Ochsner. 
The physical fitness of our students will always be a matter of pride; instead of a high 
percentage being unfit for service we found not more than 1% to 2% unfit. A few 
days after the physical examinations were over, Army officers appeared and began 
giving the students military drill. The students did not know whether they were in 
the Army at all, and if they were they did not know whether they were still in the 
M. E. R. C. or in the S. A. T. C. But a spirit of patriotism accompanied by loyalty 
prompted the students to follow all orders and suggestions made by Army officers. 
Our officers worked away and finally succeeded in getting a large number of our students 
in the S. A. T. C. But weeks passed before any headway could be made in getting 
the M. E. R. C. students transferred to the S. A. T. C. This was due to some hitch 
in the regulations whereby the Surgeon General's office could not let its men loose. 

I have one letter from Captain stating that the M. E. R. C. was defunct, and 

another stating that "it exists as much as before and has about 18,000 men in it, and 
Members of the M. E. R. C. may enter the S. A. T. C. only by transfer under orders 
of the Surgeon General or the Adjutant General." It is thus quite readily under- 
stood why the students did not know whether they were in the S. A. T. C. or in the 
M. E. R. C. At this time we were obliged to shift our students from the three-term 
system previously advocated by the Surgeon General's oflSce to the four-term system 
adopted for the S. A. T. C. The teaching problem was becoming more and more 
serious. One after another the men felt it a duty to get into active service, and one 
after another they were released and the additional burden of carrying their classes 
fell upon those who remained. It soon become apparent that the teaching force was 
becoming so reduced in number and overburdened with work that no more men could 
be released. Some of those remaining resigned with the hope that they could thus 
take a more active part in the medical work of the Army and Navy. Others sought 
additional service on local medical examining boards, etc. The various departments 
took on new enterprises. The Department of Anatomy, for example, was requested 
by the Surgeon General to get out a Manual of Surgical Anatomy for the Army, which 
later was adopted by the Navy. Other departments were working in other lines. 
All were inspired with a desire to do more than could possibly be done. 

Soon the announcement came that a District Military Inspector and a District 
Educational Director were to estabhsh themselves with headquarters in the Lewis 
Institute. This gave us much hope. The Dean was to articulate with the District 
Educational Director, and the Commanding Officer at the School with the District 
Military Inspector. With this reenforcement things began to shape themselves fair- 
ly satisfactorily. The barracks were being prepared and the regulations by the Army 
and Navy for barrack life, with allowances, were explained to the students. The 
students were not long in finding out that the Navy offered a little better pay, etc., 
than the Army and they at once began making applications for transfers to the Navy. 
Finally the barracks were ready for the students. They were to have two hours of 
study each evening under military supervision. Everything went satisfactorily ex- 
cepting that the students looked at the books for this period but they did not study. 
The class work at first was badly broken up; the officers had much paper work; the 
barracks had to be cleaned; mess had to be served, and a thousand other Httle things 
had to be done. We frequently received orders telling us to dispatch at once several 
privates for duty in the barracks and were thus often obliged to interrupt lectures by 
reading the names of those who were to report at once — and report at once they did. 



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Out they went, pell-mell. We complained to the District Educational Director who. 
conferred with the District Military Inspector and the order came back to our Com- 
manding Officer not to interrupt the classes. Things were beginning to run smoothly 
when the influenza came and the students were stricken en masse. While the deaths 
were few, the entire morale was broken; study was well nigh impossible. As the stu- 
dents began to recover from the influenza and its terrifying influence, another but 
milder disease attacked them about as fast as they were able to get out on the streets 
in their new and attractive uniforms. This disease I may for the sake of gentihty call 
"Cherche la femme". This disease had not reached its height when the Armistice 
came and the order for demobihzation. 

At this time the District Educational Director wrote to us as follows: — "You have 
received notice direct from Washington that the Students Army Training Corps is 
about to be disbanded. Whatever your experience with the corps has been you will 
no doubt regret that an ex]3eriment so pregnant with poesibilities in the field of educa- 
tion had to be abandoned without sufficient opportunity, as many believe, to enable a 
sure judgment of the possibilities to be formed. The most that has been accomplished 
is to develop the faults of the system. But we were merely passing through the develop- 
mental period, the same as must be done in any new enterprise. The faults discovered 
and removed would enable its merits to be recognized and weighed. " 

Educationally we were left in a badly confused condition. We might have run 
through the remainder of the year on the quarterly system but could not hope to carry 
it on as a permanent arrangement because of the greatly increased expense involved. 
If we were to change back to the semester system it seemed best to do so at once. So 
at the beginning of February, 1919, we switched back to the semester system. We 
therefore had at that time classes on the three-term system, four-term system, and 
the two-term system. Students and faculty entered into most hearty co-operation 
in getting out of the mix-up. We managed to satisfy the requirements of the most 
exacting state boards and were finally back on a pre-war basis at the beginning of the 
1920 session. 

One of the first things to be imdertaken after the close of the war was a renewed 
eflfort to acquire clinical faciUties. The various standardizing agencies in medical 
education, such as the Council on Medical Education, the Association of American 
Medical Colleges, the Federation of State Examining Boards, long have realized that 
the outstanding defect in medical schools was the lack of clinical facilities. To over- 
come this defect they have made educational and legal requirements such that the 
medical schools are obhged to "own or entirely control a hospital. This hospital 
should be in close proximity to the college and have a daily average of not less than 
200 patients who can be utihzed for clinical teachings." These conditions were not 
fulh' met by our College of Medicine and it became obvious in 1918 that we must act 
speedily or lose our A rating. Moreover we would run the chance of having our gradu- 
ates refused recognition in our own state. Our first efforts were directed toward ob- 
taining contracts with a sufficient number of hospitals to meet these requirements, 
but our efforts were successful only in part. Many private hospitals were willing to 
extend teaching privileges but in none could we ' ' definitely control " the chnical material. 

We finally came to the conclusion that we must obtain funds for a hospital or quit. 
President James presented the situation to the last General Assembly which appro- 
priated $300,000 for a clinical building. This building is to be devoted to the investi- 
gation and treatment of those diseases which belong in the fields of general medicine, 
surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, but it will not provide for the teaching and investi- 
gation which must be developed in connection with the specialties such as crippled and 
deformed children, the demented and insane, venereal diseases, tuberculosis, cancer, 
diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat, etc. Its purposes are clearly set forth by 
President James in the following words: "This chnical building will not be a hospital 
in an ordinary sense at all. It will not undertake to treat the general run of hospital 
patients. Its facihties will be reserved for 'cases', that is, for patients whose cases are 
of interest from the standpoint of medical science and art. Provision will be made 
for keeping chronic cases of interest and special value for instruction and scientific 
purposes for a length of time determined solely by the scientific value of the case." 

The University had decided to go ahead with the construction of this building on 
a lot adjoining the present School of Pharmacy when certain other ideas began to take 
shape. The Director of the State Department of PubUc Welfare, upon entering the 
state service was deeply impressed by the enormous sums expended in housing the sick 
and the lack of any well-defined effort to find out the causes of sickness. This impres- 
sion is well ex-pressed in his own words: "Upon entering the state service as director of 
public welfare in 1917, without knowledge of the subject, I found that the thing which 



XX College of Medicine 

most impressed me was the fact that the state was engaged in giving custodial care and 
incidental treatment to terminal cases, and was not doing anything worth while in 
research, and had no ideas apparent upon the subject of preventive treatment. 

' ' It seems obvious that any activity, whether state or private, which spends one- 
fifth of its revenue upon a single thing, should know something about that thing, and 
should spend a considerable sum for the purpose of ascertaining causes, with the idea 
of reducing the cost. Why hasn't the state conducted research for humans the same 
as it has for hogs? This has been a current questioa in Springfield for some time, 
and I think the answer is that research on hogs has been conducted by the University, 
whereas research on humans has been attempted by an administrative department 
which is not fitted to do so. 

"No definite ideas regarding preventive treatment occurred to us until we had 
reached the conclusion that research must first be undertaken by some competent 
agency; then it at once became apparent that research was not the fimction of an ad- 
ministrative organization. 

' ' The necessity for rebuilding the old and valuable Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear 
Infirmary caused department officials to study the subject of relocation, and it was 
promptly found that a proper location would be one adjacent to other medical insti- 
tutions, for the reason that no particular type of medical service can stand by itself, 
and that all types of medical service are interlocked and need to co-operate. 

"At the same time, the department found itself charged with the duty of locating 
a Surgical Institute for Children, and as the department already knew that it needed 
adequate facilities for the study of insanity, mental defectiveness and problems of 
behavior, it at once became evident that the best results could be achieved by placing 
all of these institutions in a group, because they all needed contact with skilled men, 
they all involved research and rehabilitation, and they all required dispensary service. 
Inasmuch as the administrative and dispensary service could be consolidated, the 
economy of handUng them in group form was apparent. 

"In studying the organization for the group, it did not take long to discover that the 
department's greatest difficulty in performing high class service would be its inabiUty 
to furnish a trained personnel of the type needed. As the University College of Medi- 
cine was also a creatiu-e of the state, organized for precisely the purposes required, we 
turned to it for assistance and found that it would need exactly the things which the 
department would have to offer, namely, hospitals. Each having what the other 
wanted and each being a complement of the other, an effort was made to assist each other 
by some form of joint service. In July, 1919, there was concluded a joint agreement 
between the University and the Department of Public Welfare, whereby the Univer- 
sity would furnish the professional service, and the department would undertake the 
administration functions of the group. 

"Upon the strength of this agreement, the Legislature promptly appropriated the 
money necessary to purchase the old West Side Ball Park, to erect the three buildings 
needed by the department, and a clinical hospital required by the University. The 
legislators were quick to see the advantages of the group scheme and of the joint plan 
of operation, and gave it their approval by appropriations, and with the understanding 
that it was committing the state to a project involving several miUions of dollars ad- 
President James says: "The state and nation are largely indebted to Director Charles 
H. Thorne of the Department of Public Welfare for the development of this plan, 
which will constitute one of the greatest endowments for medical education and re- 
search ever provided. " . , <<-r^ 1 • i. 

President Kinley speaks of the project m the followmg words: "From the pomt of 
view of the University College of Medicine, Mr. Thome's plan has many advantages. 
In the first place, it will bring all the medical agencies supported by the State into 
one great medical institute, thus affording the advantages of economy and eflSciency 
referred to before. In the second place, this combination of agencies will make it pos- 
sible to do some real work for humanity in the investigation of the causes and cure of 
diseases. It will enable the State, through its College of Medicine, to make thorough 
study looking to the prevention and cure of epidemics and to the eradication of some of 
the great plagues that still afflict the world, such as tuberculosis, syphiUs, mental 
disorders of one kind or another, scarlet fever, and many other of the diseases that 
annually carry off thousands of the people of our State. 

"The faciUties which this great project will provide will be equivalent to an endow- 
ment of many milhons of dollars. Of course it will be necessary for the State to pro- 
vide the University with means to carry out its part of the plan. While the entire 
administration and its expense are to be in the Department of Public Welfare, the Uni- 



Historical Sketch xxi 

versit}' is expected to provide the professional staff for the care of the sick and the defec- 
tive in these institutions, and also to provide the research staff and laboratories necessary 
to the study of the prevention and cure of disease. The successful continuance of the 
State University College of Medicine is dependent upon adequate hospital, clinical 
facihties and laboratories. Unless the State wishes the University to abolish its Col- 
lege of Medicine it will have to provide these necessaries, in any case. To provide them 
for the College of Medicine while at the same time providing most of them in other 
locations would obviously be an unjustifiable expenditure of public money. Putting 
these buildings all together in proximity to the College of Medicine greatly reduces the 
expense. 

"Briefly then, the plan will provide, as already remarked, the equivalent of a large 
endo-mnent, adequate clinical facilities with fine equipment, adequate opportunities 
and facilities for medical investigation, and the highest efficiency m operation. It is 
important to emphasize this last point. The State would be obliged to continue to 
support a great pubhc health organization if it had no State College of Medicine. 
Having a College of Medicine, it is under the necessity of making adequate provision 
for it. The two projects if conducted independently would necessitate in large measure 
a duplication of plant and facilities. The coordination and consolidation eliminates 
the expense of tliis duplication, in buildings, and in administrative and professional 
staffs. Moreover, the larger opportunities afforded to the members of the staff of the 
College of Medicine will be an attraction that should draw the best men in the profession, 
provided the State appropriates suflficient to the University to enable it to pay proper 
salaries to its medical professors. 

' 'To the people of the State this great project means, then, economy in expenditure, 
more adequate provision for the preservation of the pubhc health, more adequate care 
of the charges of the State in sickness, and extension of scientific medical knowledge 
that will increase still further our power to combat disease, and the placing of the State 
of Illinois in the forefront of the governments of the world in this field of public activity 
and inquiry. 

"To the practitioners of medicine in Ilhnois, as well indeed as in other states, this 
plan when perfected will give unequalled opportunites for further study and research. 
It should become the center for post-graduate study to medical men to keep them in 
touch with the progress of their profession. 

"Medical students will find here in this perfected plan opportunites for ordinary 
medical study unsurpassed anywhere, and opportunities for advanced study and re- 
search which should in time be equal to those available anywhere else. 

"For some years past the University of Illinois has been studying the soils of the 
State in order to learn what they lack to yield the largest crops. It now proposes, 
through the statesmanUke plan of Mr. Thorne, to study the health of the people of 
the State in order to find what is lacking to produce health conditions which will mean 
a longer average of human fife for its people. For years the University has been study- 
ing methods to enable the farmers to save their animals from death through disease. 
It now proposes to extend its studies to help save boys and girls for stronger manhood 
and womanhood. The co-ordinated scheme of the Director of Pubhc Welfare will 
make these things possible." 



II-HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE 
OF DENTISTRY 

The origins of our College of Dentistry run back to 1898. On July 1 of that year 
a meeting was held to start the organization of the Illinois School of Dentistry, which 
was the fore-runner of our College of Dentistry, and on Aug. 17 of that year the new 
name was adopted at the suggestion of Dr. D. M. Cattell. Others prominent in the 
organization were Drs. G. W. Cook, F. N. Brown, A. E. Morey, G. T. Carpenter, 
E. D. Brothers, and R. P. Donaldson. 

This IlUnois School of Dentistry was once known as the Columbian Dental College, 
and had been running six years when the name was changed in 1898. The first location 
was at 155-159 Clark Street; later the School was- moved to the corner of State and 
Quincy, and then to Van Buren and Clark. At the time the University took it over 
it was in charge of Dr. F. N. Brown as dean. 

Our College of Dentistry proper began to take shape in 1900 and 1901, when sug-^ 
gestions for establishing a dental department in the College of Medicine were often 
heard. On Jan. 23, 1901, Dr. O. A. King addressed the University Board of Trustees 
urging the organization of such a department, and the Board gave its general approval 
of the idea. A committee was appointed, and made a report in March. This was 
to the general effect that the IlUnois School of Dentistry with $7,000 worth of equip- 
ment and an enrollment of 100 might be obtained. A corporation, organized under 
state laws, it had a standard curriculum, and as early as 1898 had appeared willing to 
be absorbed by the University of Illinois. 

Two committees entered into negotiations for the transfer. The one from our 
College of Medicine was made up of Drs. D. A. K. Steele, O. A. King, and W. M. 
Harsha. The IlUnois School of Dentistry was represented by Drs. B. J. Cigrand and 
E. D. Brothers, and by R. P. Donaldson. They with the Board of Trustees of the 
University ascertained that the property could be had for $17,000, that it could be 
paid for in bonds of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and that possession would 
be given May 15 (1901.) It would be known as an entirely new school — the School 
of Dentistry of the University of IlUnois. 

These conditions being agreed to, the contract was made, and signed by Drs. WilUam 
M. Harsha, O. A. King, and D. A. K. Steele, the College of Medicine committee. 

The new school opened Oct. 3, 1901, as a department of the CoUege of Medicine, 
with a faculty of sixteen headed by Dr. A. H. Peck. The other professors were Drs. 
D. M. Cattell, operative dentistry and operative technics; B. J. Cigrand, prosthetic 
dentistry, technics, and history; G. W. Cook, bacteriology and general pathology; 
D. A. K. Steele, oral surgery; J. N. McDoweU, orthodontia; W. T. Eckley, anatomy; 
J. F. Burkholder, physiology; F. C. Zapffe, dental histology; J. A. Wesener, chemistry; 
S. E. Meek, comparative anatomy; O. A. King, neurology; E. D. Brothers, dental 
jurisprudence; J. M. Patton, general anesthesia and physical diagnosis; G. W. Dittmar, 
operative technics and superintendent of infirmary; C. O. Bechtol, chemistry. In 
addition were three chief demonstrators; C. E. Jones, C. N. Thompson, and R. W. 
Parker (also Dittmar and Eckley, named above in the faculty Ust.) Dr. Cigrand 
was secretary and Dr. Steele actuary. The CoUege was organized into the following 
departments; Operative dentistry, prosthetic dentistry, bacteriology and general path- 
ology, oral surgery, orthodontia, general anatomy, physiology, histology, chemistry, 
comparative anatomy, neurology, jurisprudence, general anesthesia and physical diag- 
nosis. 

Dr. Peck, dean of the old Illinois School, who was retained to head the new Depart- 
ment of Dentistry, had graduated from the Chicago CoUege of Dental Surgery in 1888, 
and from Rush Medical CoUege in 1891. After a year of teaching at Hammond, Wis., 
he joined the faculty of the Chicago CoUege of Dental Surgery, and served for several 
years in addition to some teaching at the Northwestern School of Dentistry. He was 
president one year and secretary four years of the Chicago Dental Society, and had 
written extensively on dental subjects. 

Dr. Peck served as dean untU 1903. He was succeeded by Dr. B. J. Cigrand, who 
held the place untU 1906, when Dr. G. W. Cook came in. His term lasted until the 
CoUege was discontinued in 1913. When instruction was resumed, Dr. F. B. Moore- 
head, the present dean, took up the work. 



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The College was quartered in the same building as it is today — corner of Harrison 
and Monroe streets, the old home of the College of Medicine. It had been damaged 
by fire, but was rebuilt and put in order for the opening exercises Oct. 3, 1901. The 
College of Medicine building, on the north, was at the time the largest of its kind in 
the United States. Indeed the new College of Dentistry quarters and equipment 
were unusually complete. The laboratories, each of r20-student capacity and occupy- 
ing four floors, were among the largest in any college of the ITnited States. The build- 
ing is of brick and stone, six stories, and cost $100,000. Being just opposite the Cook 
County hospital, it is in the very center of the Chicago clinical field. 

Admission was limited to students who could show a certificate of entrance to the 
second year of high school, or its equivalent. This requirement rose in 1905-06 to 
two years of high school; in 1006-07 to four; in 1908-09 to accredited high school; and 
in 1909-10 to the standard 15 units of high school as specified for the other depart- 
ments of the University. The college year lasted seven months — Oct. 3 to May 4, 
with the customary intermissions. There was no sophomore class, the work being 
divided among freshmen, juniors, and seniors, making up a three-year course. The 
time of the student was about equally divided between laboratory and clinical work 
on the one hand and lectures and recitations on the other. Students were admitted 
to the laboratories from the beginning of the first year. Materials were furnished 
at cost. 

The first graduating class went out in 1902, and numbered forty members. 

The officers of the first Alumni Association were Dr. Clayton McCauley, president; 
Dr. S. S. Swihart, treasurer, and Dr. C. E. Jones, secretary. 

Thus the new School ran along until Apr. 27, 1905, when it was decided to change 
the name from School of Dentistry to College of Dentistry, separate from the College 
of Medicine. The old arrangement had caused some confusion; some called the School 
a school, some a college, and some a department. It was accordingly thought best 
to reorganize the dentistry work as the College of Dentistry. Plans for doing this 
had been under way since early in 1904. 

The College of Dentistry work was headed during these middle-distance years 
by Dr. B. J. Cigrand (1903-06) and Dr. G. W. Cook (1906-13.) Dr. Cigrand held 
degrees from the Northern Indiana State Normal School, '86 and '91, and from the 
dental department of Lake Forest College, '88. He also attended the Chicago School 
of Sciences and the Haskell School of Prosthetics. He had taught in the American 
College of Dental Surgery (President, 1893) and in the Northwestern School of Den- 
tistry. At one time he was editor of the Denial World. Dr. Cook received his D.D.S. 
from Iowa State University and also attended Northwestern University Medical 
School and the Haskell School. He joined the College of Dentistry faculty in 1900. 
He was editor of the American Dental Journal nine years, and wrote numerous articles 
on dentistrj'. He died several years ago. 

The history of the College of Dentistry is closely linked with that of the College 
of Medicine. When the latter was discontinued temporarily in 1912 because of inability 
to renew the lease, the dentistry work stopped also. The State Legislature had failed 
to help out. Pre\aously the income from fees had been enough to pay expenses, but 
by 1912 this was no longer adequate for the support of a high-grade institution. There 
is accordingly no class of 1913 on the alumni roll. 

The cessation of the College of Dentistry alarmed the Dental Alumni Association 
almost as much as the medical crisis alarmed the Medical Alumni Association. On 
Feb. 12, 1913, the Dental Association presented to the Board of Trustees an urgent 
request to reopen the College of Dentistry — a request signed by 125 of the alumni, 
and also supported by the deans of the other dental colleges in Chicago. The alumni 
committee in charge consisted of Drs. E. D. Brothers, G. W. Cook, and A. C. Kingsley. 
Three months later Dr. F. B. Moorehead, now dean of the College, appeared before 
the Board to urge again that the College of Dentistry be reopened. After much dis- 
cussion the Board made the guarded statement that "it would be desirable to organize 
a scientific department of dentistry when the medical school shall be well established." 
Nevertheless, the dental plans went forward vigorously, for on July 2, President James 
recommended that the College be reopened on the following Oct. 1, with four years 
of high school work, the regular standard of the University, as prerequisite. A total 
of $20,000 for equipment and .515,000 for salaries was appropriated, and Dentistry 
was thus enabled to go ahead on the same basis as the rest of the University. Chem- 
istry, general bacteriology, general pathology, and physiology were taught in the 
medical building. "The faculty are committed to the task," said the Bulletin of the 
-Alumni Association, "of building up a course of instruction which will prepare the 



xxiv College of Dentistry 

student for the largest possible service, both to the science and art of dentistry, and 
to society at large." The College of Dentistry charter and equipment had in 1912 
been sold to the Chicago College of Dental Surgery. The College therefore started 
out anew in 1913 on an entirely new lease of life as an organic part of the University 
of Illinois. 

The history of the College for the last few years is full of promise for the future. 
Our College has steadily grown, in a period when decreased enroUments in schools 
of medicine and dentistry have been expected. The registration of 163 in 1906 rose 
to 196 in 1920, and to 200 in 1921. At the present writing (Jan. 21, 1922) the College 
has 763 living alumni and 42 dead. Faculty members, both past and present, exclusive 
of those who hold degrees from the College and are therefore counted with the alumni, 
number 72 living and 6 dead. 

Entrance requirements have been raised. Fifteen units of work from an accredited 
high school plus 30 semester hours of university work with a minimum of sLx hours 
in English, six in Chemistry and six in Physics and Biology, are now required. This 
marks the most distinct advance yet recorded in dental education. 

Dean Moorehead, who has headed the College since its reorganization, graduated 
from the Chicago CoUege of Dental Surgery in 1899, from the University of Chicago 
in 1900, Rush Medical College, 1906, and the University of Michigan, 1908. He joined 
the faculty of Rush Medical College in 1906, and of our College of Dentistry in 1908. 
His writings on dental subjects have been extensive, and he was president of the Chi- 
ago Dental Society in 1915-16. 



III-THE SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 

By Dean W. B. Day 



Prior to 1852 there existed only a few scattered associations of apothecaries and 
druggists in this countr3\ Among these organizations were the colleges of pharmacy of 
Philadelphia, New York, Maryland, Massachusetts and Cincinnati. Only the first 
three of these exercised teaching functions. In 1852, the American Pharmaceutical 
Association was formed, with the primary object of "the advancement of pharma- 
ceutical knowledge and the elevation of the professional character of apothecaries and 
druggists throughout the United States." In the opinion of the first convention 
"this cannot be affected without extending the present means of education." 

At the sixth annual convention of the American Pharmaceutical Association, four 
Chicago pharmacists were elected to membership. Two of these members, E. O. Gale 
and James D. Paine, were among those who led the movement to form a college of phar- 
macy in Chicago, at that time a city of nearly 80,000 and already an important com- 
mercial center. 

On Februarv- 26, lS59,articles of incorporation for an organization of persons' ' desiring 
to associate themselves together for scientific purposes and mutual improvement" 
were prepared. The objects of the society were declared to be " cultivating, improving 
and making known a knowledge of pharmacy, its collateral branches of science and the 
best modes of preparing medicines .... and giving instruction in the same by public 
lectures. " The organization was named "The Chicago College of Pharmacy. " Among 
the signers ofthe articles of incorporation were some of the best known pharmacists of the 
city: Franklin Scammon, E. O. Gale, George Buck, Dr. Frederick Mahla, Dr. John H. 
Ranch, James D. Paine, S. S. Bliss, F. A. Bryan, George Breck, Thomas B. Penton, 
L. F. Humeston and Thomas W. P. Mercereau. 

On the evening of Sept. 5 a meeting of "the druggists of the city of Chicago" was 
held at the rooms of Bryant, BeU & Stratton's Commercial College. Dr. Frankhn 
Scammon was made chairman and J. M. Woodworth secretary. The act of incorpora- 
tion was read and approved and the Chicago College of Pharmacy came into being. 
Officers were elected and steps taken toward the establishment of a school of pharmacy. 

Soon thereafter a constitution, by-laws and code of ethics were adopted. In the 
code of ethics, the use of the national pharmacopoeia is required, secrecy in the prepara- 
tion of medicines is deprecated and the practice of both pharmacy and medicine by the 
same person is condemned as ' ' involving pecimiary temptations incompatible with a 
conscientious discharge of duty." Pharmacist are also censured for allowing commis- 
sions to physicians on their prescriptions, as "we hold it to be unjust to the public and 
hurtful to the independence of both parties." Pharmacists are urged to prepare their 
medicines carefully and from pure materials and to expose fraud or adulteration in 
drugs, and further, " As we owe a debt of gratitude to our predecessors for their obser- 
vations and researches which have thus far advanced our scientific art, we hold that 
ever>' apothecary- and druggist is bound to contribute his mite toward the advancement 
of his profession, by noticing and publishing the new ideas and phenomena which may 
occur in the course of his business." 

The by-laws provided for a committee of reference to decide in cases of dispute 
between members arising from business transactions or from violations of the code of 
ethics, also for a committee of inspection to examine all drugs and medicines sub- 
mitted to them and to report their findings. Members were not permitted to receive 
an apprentice for less than four years and it was obhgatory that such apprentices attend 
two courses of lectures in the college. 

The officers elected for the first year were: Dr. Franklin Scammon, president; F, 
A. Bryan, first vice-president; Dr. Frederick Mahla, second vice-president; James D. 
Paine, secretary and S. S. Bhss, treasurer. The trustees consisted in addition to the 
above of E. L. O'Hara, W. H. MuUer, Edwin O. Gale, George Buck and L. F. Humeston. 

Preparations for teaching were made at once. A faculty was appointed consisting 
of Dr. James V. Z. Blaney, then professor of chemistry at Northwestern University 
and at Rush Medical College; Dr. John H. Ranch, afterwards secretary of the State 
Board of Health, and Dr. Franklin Scammon, a pioneer druggist and botanist. The 
project was evidently in advance of the city and the times. It was conceded that the 



xxvi School of Pharmacy 

West was not ready to support the undertaking, but these pioneers had both courage 
and determination. 

The course opened on Nov. 7, 1859, with an introductory address by Dr. Ranch on 
"The History of Pharmacy." It continued for twenty weeks. Lectures were given 
upon three evenings each week, two hours each evening. 

The lectures on chemistry by Dr. Blaney were dehvered at Rush Medical College; 
those on pharmacy by Dr. Scammon and on materia medica by Dr. Ranch at th& 
Lombard block, corner of Clark and Washington streets. 

The attendance the first year was a little over forty and consisted largely of members, 
of the College, of whom there were then about one hvmdred. Street cars were not yet 
in operation and the omnibuses, the only public conveyances, were retired at dark. 
There were no paved streets, but heavy planks were laid on State street and traffic was^ 
necessarily kept in the middle of the road. A few oil lamps, too far apart to be neigh- 
borly, afforded the only pretense of street lighting. The students, per-force, walked 
to the lectures. 

The students were earnest yoimg fellows, employed in drug stores during the day^ 
and though the course was necessarily presented in the briefest manner, they were 
encouraged to read, study and experiment, utilizing the opportunities afforded in the 
shops. 

Manufacturing pharmacists were just beginning; the so-called "elegant" pharma- 
ceuticals, elixirs, fluid extracts, coated pills, etc., were not yet in vogue; the iron mortar, 
drug mill, drum sieve, percolators and pill machines were in daily use. The students 
made many of the medicinal preparations and were accustomed to relate their experi- 
ences in class and to receive suggestions toward overcoming their difficulties. The 
teachers possessed the equipment necessary for demonstration of the lectm-es, but there 
were no laboratories. Students who were sufficiently interested, contrived to assemble 
primitive apparatus and made good use of it during their spare time in the drug stores. 
The microscope was referred to and exhibited, but chiefly as a curiosity. At the close 
of the first course. Professor Blaney announced to the class that he had not had time 
even to touch on organic chemistry but that if the students desired to avail themselves 
of the opportunity, he would gladly give the instruction without charge, other than his 
railway fare and hotel for the night, as he resided in Evanston and there were no trains 
at night. Three students accepted the proposition, one of whom was a civil engineer 
who had taken the course in chemistry as an aid to his profession. At the close of this 
course the first diplomas of the college were conferred upon Thomas Whitfield and 
Henry Tomboeken. 

The second course of lectures was begun in 1860 but the financial panic of 1859-60 
and the political excitement and unrest brought the course to an early close. The 
Civil War broke out soon afterward, some of the teachers and many of the students 
enHsted and the com-se was suspended, though lectures upon chemistry and pharmacy 
by Dr. Mahla and upon materia medica by Dr. James Adams Allen, afterward president 
of Rush Medical College, were given dm-ing the winter of 1861-2. 

In February, 1867, the College was reorganized. E. H. Sargent was elected presi- 
dent, George Buck, vice-president, James W. Mill, secretary and Albert E. Ebert, a 
trustee. The membership of the College was enlarged; many pharmacists outside of 
Chicago joined the organization; monthly meetings were held at which papers were 
read; three delegates were accredited to the convention for revising the United States 
Pharmacopoeia, and one delegate, A. E. Ebert, was sent in the summer of 1867 to the 
International Pharmaceutical Congress in Paris, and to the British Pharmaceutical 
Conference in Dundee, Scotland. As it happened, the appointment of Mr. Ebert to 
these conferences abroad was most fortimate for the College, as attention was called ta 
the institution which resulted in substantial aid a few years later. 

At the annual meeting in September, 1867, a new constitution and by-laws were 
adopted, a section of which declared the purposes of the organization as follows: 

"Its aim is to unite the educated and reputable pharmacists of the Northwest in the 
following objects: The advancement of the science and art of pharmacy, by diffusing 
scientific knowledge among pharmacists; the establishment of a school of pharmacy; 
the discouragement of the sale or use of inferior or adulterated drugs, chemicals and 
preparations; the restriction of the dispensing and sale of medicines to regularly educa- 
ted druggists and pharmacists." 

Shortly thereafter, a proposition was received from Rush Medical College tendering 
the CoUege of Pharmacy the use of several rooms in return for access to the library and 
cabinet of specimens belonging to the latter. Negotiations were unsuccessful, however, 
but as an evidence of good feeling the College tendered the medical faculty the use of 
the cabinet and library without compensation. 



Historical Sketch 'xxvii 

Plans looking toward the resumption of the School were made early in 1868 and the 
trustees were empowered to take measures to establish a course of lectures the ensuing 
winter. Kooms were secured in Rice's Building, Dearborn street near Randolph. 
Two j-ears passed, however, before arrangements could be completed. 

Meanwhile, N. Gray Bartlett, a member of the class of 1860-61 whose studies had 
been interrupted by the" war, proposed the establishment of a monthly journal ' ' devoted 
to the interests of chemistry, pharmacy and the collateral sciences" to be published 
by the authority of the College as a means toward the re-establishment of the School. 
As a result, a monthly jom-nal, the Pharmacist, the third pharmaceutical journal in 
America and the first in the ^^'est, made its bow in September, 1868. The first article 
in the initial number, ' ' Pharmaceutical Education, " was contributed by E. H. Sargent, 
then president of the College, wliile the chief editorial, by N.'Gray Bartlett, discussed 
the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, held that year 
in Chicago. 

On Sept. 30, 1870, the lectures were resumed with a faculty consisting of Blaney, 
Rauch, Bartlett and G. M. Hambright. The lectures in chemistry were given at 
Rush Medical College, the others at the rooms of the College on Dearborn street. The 
class numbered twenty-eight. 

In his presidential address in 1871 Mr. Sargent urged a separate course of lectures 
for the junior and senior classes, for, at that time, following the custom of many medical 
schools, the second year's instruction was merely a repetition of the first. He asked 
also that a permanent home for the college be planned. A committee of the trustees 
had prepared a draft for a state pharmacy law, which was approved for submission to 
the next legislature. Dr. Blaney now resigned from the faculty and Mr. Ebert was 
elected professor of pharmacy. 

Some forty or more students were enrolled for the course of 1871-72 but only three 
lectures had been given when the Great Fire destroyed the equipment. The library, 
apparatus and museum, — the accmnulation of years, — were suddenly wiped out. 
Nothing daunted, the members of the college entered immediately upon a vigorous 
effort to retrieve the loss and estabUsh the school anew. A notice pubhshed in the 
Pharmacist in November, 1871, announced this intention and asked the aid of pharma- 
cists everjTvhere, since most of the members of the College had lost all they possessed. 
Help came promptly. Pharmacists throughout the world but especially those of Great 
Britain gave generously. Books, apparatus, supplies and money came in surprising 
quantities. A circular letter was issued inviting all the druggists of the Northwest 
to join the college. At the annual meeting Mr. Sargent as the retiring president said: 
' ' We have met today more for the purpose of reorganizing than to review the past. 
We shall proceed to elect officers for another year, — a year of hard work, and, we hope, 
of great results. Some will leave us in adversity, and they may declare our work a 
failure; yet the seeming loss is a positive gain. We want none who will add discourage- 
ment to our burden; but we do want the hearty co-operation of all who beMeve that 
there is useful work to be done, and are wiUing to help in its doing 

"Great as have been our losses, they are not irretrievable; time and faithful effort 
will enable us to do again all and more than we have yet accomplished. Chicago, we 
beUeve, shall rise again. From her ashes shall come forth beauty; not only shall she 
rise in the pleasant homes, the lofty churches, the business palaces, and the busy work- 
shops, but in all that pertains to education, refinement, the arts and sciences, and in 
all that makes us better and happier. Let us strive as becomes men to do our part 
in the great work of reconstruction. Our reward shall be as sure, and the result as 
certain, as that effect will follow cause. Thus faithful to duty, and so laboring for the 
good of others, it may with truth be said of us that we have not lived in vain." 

Early in 1872, temporary quarters consisting of a lecture room and a library were 
fitted up in the new Rice's buUding, 77 Dearborn St. A faculty was elected consisting 
of James W. Mill, pharmacy, D. B. Trimble, materia medica, N. Gray Bartlett, chem- 
istry-, and H. H. Babcock, botany. In the "Sixth Annual Announcement," dated 
1872, courses in these subjects were outlined. The requirements for the diploma were 
stated. The candidate "mast be of good moral character, must have arrived at the 
age of twenty-one years, have attended two fuU courses of lectures and have had ex- 
p>erience of at least five years in the drug business." He was also required to submit 
an original dissertation or thesis upon some subject related to materia medica, phar- 
macy or chemistry. 

When the session began, a large shipment of books and scientific apparatus was 
received from the pharmacists of Great Britain. The Pharmaceutical Society of London 
led by Professor Attfield had raised several thousand dollars which had been wisely 



xxviii School of Pharmacy 

expended in the purchase of this equipment. At the same time, French and German 
pharmacists sent valuable sets of books, American pharmacists and manufacturers 
contributed fixtures, glassware, drugs and cash, and the school started its sixth year 
with bright promise. 

The Alumni Association was organized in 1874 with F. M. Goodman, president and 
H. W. Buchman, secretary. 

In 1875 Dr. Trimble resigned and was succeeded by Professor Herod Dailey Garrison, 
a man of versatile talents, exceedingly popular with his students and colleagues and 
destined to exert a marked influence on the school. Dr. Garrison had been an army 
surgeon, a pharmacist, a drug manufacturer, a traveUng lecturer and an expositor of 
popular science. He taught at various times all the subjects of the curriculum, and 
was for a time the editor of the Pharmacist. In the same year Professor Babcock was 
appointed director of the newly founded Chicago Botanical Garden which occupied a 
part of what is now Washington Park. The abandonment of this project the year 
following was a great blow to Babcock, who had devoted his time and energy, without 
compensation, to the building up of a garden which should be a credit to the city and the 
state, A short time later, failing health compelled him to give up his teaching and in 
1877 he was succeeded by another well-known botanist. Professor Edson S. Bastin. 

For a decade the need of laws to regulate the practice of pharmacy had been felt; 
drafts of proposed laws had been pubhshed in the Pharmacist and unsuccessful efforts 
had been made to secure the passage of such legislation. It was realized, however, 
that the support of the pharmacists of the entire state must be enUsted. Accordingly 
in 1880 the members of the college took an active part in organizing the lUinois Pharma- 
ceutical Association, which, the following year, secured the passage of the first phar- 
macy law in lUinois. 

The project of a home for the School, where modern laboratories and better facihties 
for the growing classes would be provided, had long been discussed. The rooms in 
Rice's building had been vacated in 1876 for larger quarters occupying the upper floor 
of a two-story building at Wabash avenue and Jackson street, where a laboratory was 
installed. Four years later this space had proved inadequate and another move was 
made, this time to the Art Institute building, then located at VanBuren street and 
Michigan avenue. 

It was now proposed that the society reincorporate as a stock company and by the 
sale of stock secure the funds necessary to erect a building. Another plan, advocated 
by some of the members, was to organize a building association which would erect a 
building and lease it to the society for school purposes. 

While these suggestions were under consideration, J. H. Clough, who owned a vacant 
lot on South State street near Polk street, offered to erect there a suitable building if 
the society would lease it for a term of years. The offer was accepted and the twenty- 
fifth anniversary of the founding of the College was signahzed by the occupation of the 
new building. The lecture hall with a seating capacity of six hundred was named 
Attfield Hall in honor of the distinguished English chemist whose efforts had resulted 
in the generous gifts to the College a decade before. Two large and well-equipped 
laboratories and an office and Ubrary as well as faculty rooms and store rooms were also 
provided. Heretofore the lectures had been given in the evening and laboratory 
instruction was optional. This was now changed — lectures were given during the 
afternoon and laboratory work in the morning, both being obligatory ; a graded system 
of instruction with a division of the course into junior and senior terms was established 
and the faculty was strengthened by the addition of Professor Oscar Oldberg and Dr. 
John H. Long. The two years following (1884-86) were most prosperous ; the attendance 
grew rapidly, the equipment was extended, microscopes were purchased and the courses 
developed so as to occupy two sessions of eighteen weeks each, with graduation at the 
end of this period. Then came dissension; some of the members disapproved of grad- 
uating students within one year; the adjustment of the salaries of the faculty caused 
friction; Professor Oldberg was elected dean and advocated changes in the course and 
in the requirements which were not favored by the majority of the trustees. A split 
in the society followed: Messrs. Sargent, Dyche, Maynard and Patterson withdrew 
from the organization taking with them Professors Oldberg and Long, and a new college 
of pharmacy was organized which shortly became affihated with Northwestern Univer- 
sity. 

In the general unrest and excitement, the Pharmacist, which had in great measure 
fulfilled its ,mission, was merged into the Western Druggist. There followed a period 
of severe competition between the old school and the new, which was not conducive to 
the growth or the educational standards of either. Almost to a man, the alumni 



Historical Sketch ~ xxix 

rallied to the support of the old school. A number of efforts were made to unite the 
rival institutions, but without avail. The faculty of the older school, recognizing the 
advantages which its competitor enjoyed through its University connections, proposed 
an affiliation with Lake Forest University. The trustees opposed this plan. Mr. Ebert 
especially was urgent in his plea that no university affiliation except with the state 
university be considered. The faculty led by Professor Garrison was so strongly com- 
mitted to the affiliation scheme that when the trustees rejected their plan, bitterness and 
dissatisfaction grew, untU in 1890 Professors Garrison, Bastin, Stuart and Galloway 
withdrew from the college. Garrison dioa soon afterward. Bastin and Stuart joined 
the faculty of the Northwestern School of Pharmacy. Galloway qualified in medicine 
and entered on the practice of that profession. Under discouraging circumstances 
the officers of the college strove to "carry on. " A new faculty was secured. C. S. N. 
Hallberg, already prominent as a writer on pharmaceutical topics, was assigned to 
pharmacy. F. S. Hereth, a well-known pharmaceutical chemist, took charge of the 
pharmaceutical laboratorj\ N. Gray Bartlett was recalled from his retirement to serve 
as senior professor of chemistry. Dr. Albert G. Manns, a graduate of the College as 
well as of the University of Illinois and the University of Berlin, gave physics and 
qualitative analysis. Dr. C. Gilbert Wheeler was junior professor of chemistry. Dr. 
Henry C. C. Maisch, son of Professor John M. Maisch of Philadelphia, and who had 
recently received his doctor's degree at Gottingen, was professor of botany and materia 
medica. 

Dr. Wheeler resigned in 1891, as did also Dr. Maisch. The latter was succeeded 
by Professor F. M. Goodman, who was at once elected dean. 

The summer sessions were now discontinued, and the school year lengthened to 
seven months. In 1892 a laboratory devoted to drill in the dispensing of prescriptions 
was installed. In 1893 Dr. Manns resigned to become chief chemist for a large packing 
concern. Dr. J. A. Wesener succeeded him but after serving for a year was replaced by 
W. A. Puckner. 

The Columbian Exposition (1893) brought many visitors to the city and the college 
enjoyed its share of the general prosperity; the attendance again reached 225. An 
interesting exhibit consisting of preparations, drawings, and specimens made by the 
students was shown at the ex-position and received an award of a medal and diploma. 
In 1895 Professor Bartlett retired. In the preceding year the lease on the building 
occupied by the school had expired and had been renewed at an increased rental. The 
financial conditions following the World's Fair were difficult but the officers and mem- 
bers of the college again began to cast about for a better building and a more suitable 
location. The project of forming a stock company was revived but met with much 
opposition. Mr. Ebert determined that the school should not be placed in a position 
where it might become a privately-owned institution. He again advocated turning 
it over to the State University. Accordingly, overtures were made to President Draper 
and the trustees of the University with the result that on May 1, 1896, the Chicago 
College of Pharmacy became a part of the University of lUinois. At the suggestion of 
the alumni an advisory board of pharmacists nominated by the Illinois Pharmaceutical 
Association and appointed by the University was formed and has served to keep the 
pharmacists of the State in close touch with the institution. 

During the first eight years of its fife as a part of the University the School received 
no support from the University or the State. But in 1904, the School was moved to 
larger and better quarters at Michigan avenue and Twelfth street (Roosevelt road) 
and several thousand dollars was expended by the University for equipment. In 1907 
an appropriation for the School of Pharmacy was asked by the University and granted by 
the State Legislature. In 1904 Professor Puckner resigned and was succeeded by A. 
H. Clark. In 1910 Professor Hallberg died and C. M. Snow was appointed to the chair 
of pharmacy. In 1912 Professor Goodman's faihng health compelled his resignation. 
He was succeeded by W. B. Day, who had been a member of the faculty as assistant, 
instructor and professor since 1892. He became Dean in 1919. In 1916 the School 
year was lengthened to nine months and the entrance requirements were considerably 
increased. 

Up to this time the School had occupied rented quarters, but in December, 1915, 
the University purchased for the School the buildings at 701 to 707 South Wood street, 
which were remodeled, newly equipped and occupied by the School during the summer 
of 1916. The Northwestern University School of Pharmacy was merged with the 
University of Illinois School of Pharmacy in 1917, thus uniting the rivals of thirty-one 
years. Professor M. A. Miner of the Northwestern Faculty was added to the faculty 
of the School until his retirement in 1919. In 1920, Professor E. N. Gathercoal, who 



XXX College of Pharmacy 

had been instructor in pharmacognosy for some years, was made assistant professor 
in that department. 

The Great War decimated the classes in 1918. One of the teachers and many of 
the students enlisted, and others remained in school as members of the Student Army 
Training Corps. A manufacturing laboratory was installed and. its use offered to the 
government in the hope of aiding in the inspection and manufacture of medicines and 
war suppUes. However, the early close of hostihties prevented the fulfillment of these 
plans. 

In common with other departments of the University, the School of Pharmacy has 
experienced during recent years an increase in attendance that has taxed the capacity 
of the class rooms to the utmost. 



NOTE 

An attempt has been made to record concerning each graduate (1) full name, (2) 
degree or degrees, (3) present occupation, (4) date and place of birth, (5) names of 
parents and date and place of birth of each, (6) preparation for University, (7) mem- 
bership in societies and fraternities, (8) University honors, (9) services and achieve- 
ments, (10) membership and office in important organizations, (11) date and place 
of marriage, with name of husband or wife, (12) names of children and dates of births 
and deaths, and (13) present address. 

Unless otherwise noted, all degrees were received at Illinois. 

Under (7) much material that may seem trivial has been included because of the 
interest attaching to details of undergraduate life. Two addresses have in most cases 
been given, the home address being more or less permanent, the business address being 
subject to frequent change. 

An asterisk (*) indicates that the person before whose name it stands is dead. 
A dagger (t) indicates that the person after whose biographical sketch it appears 
has not responded to letters and that the sketch has been prepared from such infor- 
mation as could be obtained elsewhere. Since mail addressed to these persons has 
not been returned the addresses are presumably correct. A double dagger (J) indi- 
cates that the address is the latest known, but incorrect. Biographies and addresses 
were revised in accordance with information received on or before Jan. 18, 1922, for 
the first 199 pages of the book; Jan. 27 for pages 200 to 231 inclusive; and Feb. 11 for 
the remainder. The book as a whole includes graduates through the Classes of 1921, 
and faculty appointments up to January 1, 1922. 

In many cases the subjects of sketches have kindly submitted detailed lists of 
writings so long that all could not be included. These, together with all other material 
used in compiling this and earlier editions of the Alumni Record, are preserved in 
the office of the Alumni Association. Additional material, corrections, photographs — 
anything of biographical significance — sent to this office will be filed and preserved. 



The Editor is indebted to all who have helped in the compiling of this book, 
especially to the Deans and staffs of the three divisions, to Dr. J. M. Krasa, Secretary 
of the College of Medicine Alumni Association, Dr. E. L. Hetntz, and Dr. M. R. 
Weidner; and to Miss Ruth Signor, '10, who as Assistant Editor has carried on the 
detail work with a high degree of fideUty and intelUgence. 




William E. Quine 

Formerly Dean of the College of Medicine^ and nozu 
Professor Emeritus 



Part I.— COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 



College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1883-1897; 
College of Medicine, University of Illinois, 1897- 



CLASS OF 1883 (26 LIVING, 26 DEAD) 



WILLIAM B. ABBOTT 
Phys. and Surg.: M.D.; b. 1851. At one time 
located in North Yakima, Wash. Address, Sun- 
nj'side, Wash.t 

♦GEORGE WILLIAM ARNOLD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located 
at Valparaiso, Ind. Deceased. 

*JAMES H. AULD 
Phj-s. and Surg.; M. D. Formerly located at 
Knor\-ille, la. Deceased. 

JAMES MILES BROOKS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S57. Gen. Med. 

practice, Storm Lake, la., 1918; later at Newell, 

do. Address, 1721 Pleasant St., Des Moines; 

btit. add.. Equitable Bldg., do.t 

♦ROBERT WELLESFORD BUCHANAN 

WALLACE WALTER BUCHANAN 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
142.5 "Brush St., Detroit.t 

♦THOMAS FRANCIS BURKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Dewitt, la. Deceased. 

FRANCIS COOK CALDWELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 16, 1850, Rochester, Pa.; 
s. Joseph and Katherine (Flanagan) Caldwell. 
Indian War, 1871-76. Mem., A. F. A. M. Mar- 
ried Ella Foltz, 1878. Child, Nellie, b. Mr 3, 
1881. Address, 4617 Kenmore Ave., Chicago; bus. 
add., 35 S. Dearborn St., do. 

♦JOHN WESLEY CARHART 
Phys. and Clerg>man;M.D.; b. 1835. Co. Phys- 
Lampasas Co. Tex., 3 yrs.; Clergyman of M. E. 
Church many yrs.; said to have built the first 
automobile of the present-day type. Mem., State 
Med. .\ssn. of Tex. Died D 28, 1915, San An- 
tonio, Tex. 

CHARLES MATHEW COE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1858. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, 3218 E. 7th St., Kansas City, 
Mo.; bus. add.. Grand Ave. Temple, do.t 

HENRY CHARLES DARBY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 21, 1855, Bridgwater. 
Eng.; 8. Charles (b. 1829, Eng.) and Elizabeth A. 
(Eddingtonj Darby (b. 1831, Eng.). Prepared in 
Waukegan, 111., and Univ. of Mich., 1880-82. 
Located in Wheeler, Ind., 1883; Wilmot, Wis., 
18*4-1918; Gray.s Lake, 111., 1918—. Mem, 
Local Exemption Bd , Kenosha Co., Wis., 1917-18. 
Mem., Kenosha Co. Med. Soc; Wis. State Med. 
.Soc. Married Mv 9. 1883. Lake Co., III. Chil- 
dren: Raymond J., b. 1884; Lillie E., b. 1886; 



Edith B., b. 1888; Charlotta A., b. 1890; Earle 
M., b. 1892; Eva, b. 1898. Address, Grays Lake, 
III.; bus. add., do., and Wilmot, Wis. 

CHARLES HERMAN DE WITT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Gen. Med. 
practice, Tacoma, Wash. Address, 1109 N. Pros- 
pect St., Tacoma, Wash.; btia. add., 2501 6th Ave., 
rfo.t 

♦RALPH B. DYER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located in 
Ottawa, 111. Deceased. 



GEORGE HENRY EDICK 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1857. Gen. Med. 
practice, Los Angeles; formerly at 210 Broadway, 
Pueblo, Colo. Address, 832 S. Hope St., Los An- 
geles.t 

ELIHU NOBLE ELLIOTT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 12, 1861. Address, 
639 Sheridan Road, Chicago. 

♦CLAUDE MELNOTTE FERRO 
M.D.; b. West Chester, N.Y,; s. Thomas Ferro. 
Prepared in New Orleans. Grad. work, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. Located in Danbury, Conn.; Petersburg, 
Ind.; Tracey, Minn.; Minneapolis; Denver; Mar- 
shall, Minn. Mem., A. F. A. M.; M. E. Church. 
Married Louise Forbes, F 9, 1876. Children: 
Harry, b. Je 12, 1S78; Bernard, b. Je 1882; Fairy, 
b. Ap 1884; Azedah, b. Ag 3, 1885. Died 1910. 

JAMES ALBERT GAFFORD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 1, 1853, Eddyville, 
la.; s. Joseph C. and Dorcas (Sherwood) 
Gafford. Prepared in H. S. Pres., Class of 1883, 
Coll. of Med. Gen. Med. practice. Surg., Co. B., 
Kan. State Mihtia. Mem., A. F. A. M.; K. P.; 
M. W. A.; Internal. Assn. Ry. Surgs.; Med. Soc. 
of State of Calif.; Los Angeles Co. Med. Soc. 
Married Margaret M. Cummings, Ja 17, 1904, 
Colorado Springs, Colo. Children: James A., Jr., 
b. My 5, 1906; Esther E., b. Ap 16,' 1909. Address, 
231 S. Pacific Blvd., Huntington Park, Calif. 

♦JOHN BRANHAM HARRIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice. 



Victor, Neb. Deceased. 



♦ISAIAH MERRILLS HARSH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Griswold, la. Deceased. 

♦ZACHARY TAYLOR HARVEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 18.52. Formerly 
located in Brooklyn, III.; later in Council Grove, 
Kan. Mem., Golden Belt Med. Soc; Kan. State 
Med. Soc; A.M. A. Died N 15, 1901. at his home 
in Council Grove, Kan. 



University of Illinois 



[1883 



JOHN JAY CRITTENDEN HOOVER 
Surg, and Gynecol.; M.D.; b. Mr 29, 1861, 
Buford. Ky.; s. L. G. and Julia A. (Westerfield) 
Hoover. M.A., EvansviUe Coll., 1878. Attend- 
ing Surg. Specialist, U. S. Pub. Health Serv., 
World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; 
Red Men; Baptist Church. Married Imogene 
Mosely, Mr 26, 1892, Hartford, Ky. Address, 
Hoover-Foster Bldg., Owensboro, Ky. 

DANIEL DE KALB JAY 
M.D.; b. D 27, 1851, Floris, la.; s. David and 
Matilda (Dunlavy) Jay. Gen. Med. practice, 
Pulaski, la.; San Bernardino, Calif. Mem., Chris- 
tian Church; A. F, A. M. Married Martha P. 
Monroe, Mr 15, 1877, Floris, la. Children: Eula- 
lia J., b. Ag 15, 1878; Mary J., b. Ja 6, 1881; 
Lillian J., b. S 16, 1885. Address, 630 6th St., 
San Bernardino, Calif. 

*ALVAH NELSON KEITH- 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1853. At one time 
located at 3600 Rokeby St., Chicago. Died Je 
20, 1919. 

♦THOMAS KIRKPATRICK 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 2, 1858, Highland 
Center, la.; s. Minor (b. Ap 29, 1816, Va.) and 
Hannah Kirkpatrick (b. Mr 25, 1819, O.). Pre- 
pared in Kirksville, Mo., State Normal School. 
Gen. Med. practice, Westphalia, Kan., 33 yrs.; 
Topeka, do., 11 yrs.; Sec, State Board of Health, 
3 yrs.; Garrett, Kan., 19 yrs. Asst. Surg., 1st 
Kan. State Mi.itia for a number of yrs. Married 
Kate Florence Sage, S 25, 1884, Agency, la. 
Children: Keith, b. 1885 (died 1885); Eva Hazel, 
b. Ap 25 1887; Joe, b. Mr 5, 1889; Thomas Sage, 
b. Ag 3, 1893; Joyce Taylor, b. My 18, 1895; 
Ramona, b. Jl 15, 1899. Died Je 11, 1916, Gar- 
rett, Kan. 

WILLIAM L. LINABERY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b; 1859. Gen. Med. 
practice, Princeton, 111. t 

HALSEY EDWIN LOVEJOY 
(Brother of Walter, '83, M.D. Father-in-law of 
Floyd B. Langdon, '15, M.D.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 29, 1857, Des Moines, 
la.; s. James Collins (b. Je 26, 1819, Tunbridge, 
Vt.) and Emeline (Bunnell) Lovejoy (b. Ja 4, 
1829, O.). Prepared in country sch., in Keokuk, 
la. ,1880-81, and Rush Med. Coll., 1882. Located 
in Rippey, la., 1883-1909; Rocky Ford, Colo., 
1909 — . Married S 20, 1887, Rippey, la. (wife 
died O 31, 1893); Ja 4, 1898, Bayard, la. Chil- 
dren: Lottie L., b. S 14, 1889; Edwin, b. Ap 28, 
1900; Elijah Parish, b. O 20, 1901. Address. 
Second and Willow Sts., Rocky Ford, Colo.; bus, 
add., 401 S. Main St., do. 

WALTER LOVEJOY 
(Brother of Hal.sey Edwin, '83, M.D.) 
Miner; M.D.; b. S 19, 1854; s. James C. (b. Je 
24, 1819, Vt.) and Emeline (Bunnell) Lovejoy 
(b. Ja4, 1829, O.). Prepared in pub. schs. M.D., 
Keokuk Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 1878. Located 
in Coon Rapids, la., three yrs.; Rippey, do., three 
yrs. Married Laurena Perkins, S 1882, Des 
Moines, la. (died 1901). Children: James W., 
b. 1888; Addison V.. b. 1890; Maude, b. 1894. 
Address, Unity, Ore. 

*JOHN R. McCULLOUGH 
Gynecologist; M.D.; b. 1836. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, 43 yrs. Asst. Surg., 1st Wis. Vol. Inf., Civil 
War; a prisoner in Libby Prison. At one time 
located at 2901 W. Adams St., Chicago. Died My 
4, 1916, Chicago. 

*LEVI MATHIEU 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1850. Formerly 
located in St. Anne, 111. Died D 11, 1904 at his 
home in Chicago. 



ORRIN P. MAXSON 

Retired Phys.; b. 1855. Formerly Phys. and 

Surg., Waukegan, 111. Address, Waukegan, Ill.t 

ROBERT JAMES MORTON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 1858, St. Louis. Physi- 
cian, 37 yrs. Married, 1885. Children: Warren 
Robert; Stella; Clare A.; Foster G. Address, Clay 
Center, Kan. 

♦JAMES SHERBOURNE RIGGS 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1831. Army serv.. Civil 
War. One of earliest practitioners of Redlands, 
Cahf. Died O 8, 1908, Redlands, Calif. 

WILLIAM M. ROBERTSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 23, 1844, Ohio; s. William 
and Esther (McKibon) Robertson. Prepared in 
Birmingham (la.) Acad., 1866-67. M.D., Coll. 
of Phys. and Surg., Keokuk, la., 1870. Gen. Med. 
practice, Denver. Mem., 1st United Presby. 
Church; G. A. R. .\uth. : Various Med. books. 
Married Mary A. Park, 1870. Children: Clarence 
A.; Hugh L.; Mary B. Address, 946 11th St., 
Denver. 

♦CHARLES GODFREY ROEHR 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1857. Formerly 
located at Ft. Pierce, Fla.; 2700 Division St., 
Chicago; A.sst., Bacteriol., Coll of Med., 1898- 
1902. Mem., 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. 
Deceased. 

ISAAC NEWTON ROSS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Riley, Kan. J 

♦JOHN THOMAS ROTHWELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Bloomfield, Mo. Deceased. 



♦WILLIAM CHESTER ROY 

Physician; M.D.; b. 18.55. M.D., New York 

Univ., 1884. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago, 188.3- 

89; Jacksonville, Fla., 1899-1912. Died S 30, 

1912, at the home of his mother, Jacksonville, Fla. 

WILFRED HAMILTON SCHUYLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 13, 1859, Albany, 
N. Y.;s. William H. (b. 1836, do.) and Oella 
(Brown) Schuyler (b. 1838, Kalamazoo, Mich.). 
Prepared in Chicago H. S., Kalamazoo Coll., 1877- 
78; Mich. Univ., 1879-81; Rush Med. Coll., 1881- 
82. Located in Chicago; Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; 
Murphy, do. Spanish-Am. War. Mem., Idaho 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Nora Rock, 
Ja 15, 1891, Boise, Idaho. Children: Oella, b. 
Ap 8, 1895; WilHam J., b. Mr 15, 1897; Mabel, 
b. F 19, 1899. Address, Murphy, Idaho. 



♦FRANK LESTER SHERMAN 

HENRY STEWART SKINNER 
Retired; b. 1862. Formerly Phys. and Surg., 
Sapulpa, Okla. Address, Sapulpa, Okla.t 

♦JOSEPH HENRY SOPER 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1844. Mem., Med. Soc. 
of the State of Calif. Army Serv., Civil War. 
Died O 2, 1908, Seattle. 

♦THEODORE HENRY SPENCER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Gladwin, Mich. Deceased. 

♦IRVING MELROYS SWEAT 
Phys. andJSurg.; M. D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Mt. Vernon,t.Wis. Deceased. 



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JAMES HIRAM TANQUAKY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 2 1856. Bellmont, 

III. Gen. Med. practice, St. Louis, Mo. Married 

ISSO. Mt. Carmel, 111., Address. 5476 Vernon Ave., 

St. Louis, Mo.; bus. add. 930 Belt Ave., do. 

JOHN PINCKNEY THATCHER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Coweta, Okla.t 

♦CHARLES M. THOMPSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. At one time 
Health Off., Elk Rapids, Mich. Mom., first Vil- 
lage Council, do. Mem., Mich. State Med. Soc. 
Died My 10. 1909. 

♦EDWARD ALEXANDER VAN TUYL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice. 
Riverside. 111. Deceased. 

♦HARRISON S. WALRATH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1842. Formerly 
Piiys. and Surg., 430 Wabasha St., St. Paul. 
Died D 29, 1902, St. Paul. Minn. 

WILLL\M HENRY WEAVER 
M.D.; b. D 25, 1857, Lena, 111.; s. Abraham 
and Margaret (Grossman) Weaver. Prepared in 
Univ. of Mich. B.S., Carthage Coll., 1879. 
Intern, Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago, 1883-85; located 
in Ctiicago, 1883-1904; New Orleans, 1904—. 
Auth.: .A.rticles on Sodium Citrate in Pneumonia. 
Orleans Med. and Surg. Jour., 1912; A^^. Y. Med. 
Jour.. N 7, 1919. Mem., St. Johns Lodge, 153, 
A. F. A. M.; Orleans Parish Med. Soc; La. State 
Med. Soc. Married Mary Josephine Bancroft, 
Mr 29, 1SS8. Child, William Bancroft, b. Je 28, 
1889. Address, 715 Pelican Ave., New Orleans, La. 



MORRIS ROBERT WEIDNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 2, 1856. Adams- 
town. Pa.; s. Martin L. Landis (b. My 5, 1824, 
Douglas Tp.. Pa.) and Mary Ann (Reinhart) 
Weidner (b. Je 1, 18.34, East Coventry, Pa.). 
Prepared in Mt. Pleasant Sem. and Kallynean 
Acad., Boycrtown, Pa. Med. and Surg. Practice, 
Dolton, 111., 1883—. Mem., Rd. of Kduc. (Pres.. 
12 yrs.); Pres., Village of Dolton, 11 yrs. Mem., 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 
Am. Assn. Ry. Surgs.; Pa. Rv. Surgs.; Evangelical 
Lutheran Church; A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; K. P. 
Married Catharine Jane Griesemer, N 30, 1886, 
Esterly, Pa. Children: Marion Lois. N 25, 1895; 
Neola Virginia, b. Ja 11, 1899; Catharine Eleanor, 
b. Jl 5. 1903; Morris Robert, Jr., D 24. 1904. 
Address, Dolton, 111. 

CLIFFORD BROWN WOOD 
Phys. and Surg.; b. D 14, 18.59, Cincinnati; 
s. William W. and Elizabeth (Tait) Wood. Pre- 
pared in South Div. (Chicago) H. S. and Univ. 
of Mich., Sch. of Pharm., 1877-8. Intern, Cook 
Co. Hosp. 1883-4; Mem., Honolulu Bd. of Health 
1893-1900; Pres., Bd. of Health, 1900; Attending 
Surg.. Queen's Hosp.. 1890-1920; Trustee, Queen's 
Hosp.. 1920. Advisory Bd. of Examiners, World 
War. Mem., Hawaiian Med. Soc. (Pres. 1898); 
Noble A. A. O. N. M. S.; A. F. A. M., 32°; Knight 
Templar. Married Genevieve Gilmore. O 19. 
1887. Honolulu, T. H. Children: Dorothy, b. 
1890; Sanford Dale, b. 1899. Address, 1566 Thur- 
ston Ave.. Honolulu, T. H.; bus. add., 166 Bere- 
tania St., do. 

♦JAMES WALTON WOOD 
M.D.; b. 1856; Health Off., Long Beach, Calif.. 
1887-98; Mem., Local Sch. Bd., 9 yrs.; Dir., Nat. 
Bank, Long Beach, Calif.; Local Surg., Southern 
Pacific, Salt Lake and Pacific Electric railways. 
Mem., A. M. A. Died Jl 5, 1917. Long Beach. 
Calif. 



CLASS OF 1884 (25 LIVING, 27 DEAD) 



♦HAROLD BERNARD ANDERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Gen. Med. 
practice, Beloit, Wis. Died O 7, 1921 

ELMER E. BABCOCK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Formerly at 
6015 Indiana .\ve., Chicago; Prof., Surg. Anat., 
Coll. of Med.. 1891-94; Recording Sec, do., : 
Addrest, 1730 A St.. Lincoln, Neb.f 



CHAUNCEY LEVI BARBER 
Phjrs. and Surg.; M.D.;b. Mr 5, 18.58, Ionia Co.. 
Mich.; 8. Grove Pike (b. Mass.) and Mary Jane 
(Kelsey) Barber (b. N.Y.). Prepared in Port- 
land (Mich.) H. S.. Albion Coll., Albion, Mich., 
1880-82, and Univ. of Mich.. 1882-83. Ediosphian. 
Grad work in Surg., Rochester, Minn.; do.. Coll. 
of Med. in Ophthalmol, and Otology, Univ. of 
Mich. Located in Ithaca, Mich.. 1884-94; Albion. 
do., 1894-99; Lansing do., 1899 — .; Pioneer Surg. 
Gratiot Co., Mich. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Mr 
14, 1918—. Surg. Service, Mr 14, 1918-Je 1919- 
Reconstruction work in Physic-Therapy Dept., 
Je 1919—.; Dir.. of do., U. S. A. Gen. Hosp. 31. 
Carlisle, Pa , Ja 3. 1920 — . Auth: Articles read 
in Med. Societies. Mem.. Presby. Church, (Chm., 
Bd. of Trustees); A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; K. P.; 
Consistory Shrine. Married S 12, 1883; Sabra 
A. Barbel. D 24, 1891 (died Ag 6, 1899). Child. 
Jennie M.. b. Ag 4. 1887. Address, 329 S. Grand 
St., Lansing, Mich. 

GUSTAV C. W. BARKOW 
Phyg. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located in 
Barnesville, Minn.J 



♦WILLIAM THOMAS BELLAMY 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1862. Died Ag 18, 1912, 
at his home in Pleasantview, 111. 

♦JOHN HENRY BIRD 

M.D.; b. 1842. Asst. House Phys., Congress 
Hotel, Chicago, 8 yrs.; later sec. and treas. of the 
C. S. Hammond Publishing Co. Died Ja 31, 1915, 
New York City. 



♦NATHAN P. BLAKESLEE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. Practice, 
Central Lake, Mich., about 1886. Deceased. 



SAMUEL LESTER BRICK 
Oculist and Aurist; M.D.; b. D 18, 1849, Mia- 
miville, Ohio; s. Thomas and Rachel (Fieshom) 
Brick. M. D., Coll. of Phys. and Surgs.. Keokuk, 
la.. 1875. Mem., A. F. A. M., Blue Lodge, Scot- 
tish Rite. Shrine. Married Minnie Newman, 
Boston. Address, Room 42, Lewis Bldg., Ogden, 
Ut.- 



ARTHUR H. BRUMBACH 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 31, 1862, Hancock Co., 
111.; s. Thomas B. and Abbigale D. (Southwick) 
Brumbach. Prepared in Carthage Coll. Prof., 
Phys. Diagnosis, Coll. of Med., 1898-1908. Mem.; 
Am. Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago 
Med. Soc. Married Sophia J. Wiborg, Jl 17, 1889 
(dead). Address, 1503 Jackson Blvd.. Chicago, 
bus. add., 25 E. Washington St.. do. 



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R. H. CHITTENDEN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1835. M.D., Long 

Island Coll. Hosp., 1866. Gen. Med. practice, 

Long Beach, Calif. Address, 321 Pine Ave., Long 

Beach Calif.; 6ms. add., 132 E. 1st St., do.-t 

ARCHIBALD CHURCH 
Physician; M.D.;-b. Mr 23, 1861, Fond du Lac, 
Wis.; s. George W. and Susan (Fearse) Church. 
Prepared in Fond du Lac (Wis.) H. S., Phi Kappa 
Psi. Prof., Nervous and Mental Diseases, N. W. 
Univ. Med. Sch., (about 1905); Neurologist, St. 
Lukes, Wesley, Mercy, and Chicago Hosps. Ad- 
visory Bd., Med. Examiners (Chm.). Mem., A. 
M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; Am. NeuroL Soc; 
Homewood Country Club. Auth: Textbook on 
Nervous and Mental Diseases. Ed., Chicago Med. 
Recorder. Married Margaret Finch, Mr 28, 1894. 
Child, Archibald, Jr., b. O 8, 1899. Address, 4858 
Dorchester Ave., Chicago; bus. add., Marshall 
Field Annex, do. 

ASA COOMES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1851. Retired from 
active practice. Address, Swygert, lU.t 

RAZEL MORGAN CURTIS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 10, 1856, Mount Morris, 
N.y.; s. George and Huldah Heart Boughlon. 
Prepared in Marengo H. S. Postgrad, work, 
Johns Hopkins Univ., 1898-1900. Gen. Med. 
practice. Mem., McHenry Co. Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Ada Stull. Child, Huldah Eleanor, b. Je 
25, 1899. Address, Marengo, 111. 

*J. R. DOIG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Ramona, Calif. Died D 23, 1911, at his home in 
Ramona. 

BENEDICT H. EDELEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Address, Gorin, Mo.f 

*NIELS C. EVANS 
M.D.; b. 1857. Med. Practice, Mount Horeb, 
Wis. At one time, Mem., Gen. Assembly from 
the west, district of Dane Co.; Fellow, A. M. 
A. Died Ag 21, 1918, Mount Horeb, Wis. 

IRVING C. FOSTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Gen. Med. 
practice; formerly located in Albion, Mich. Ad- 
dress, 934 W. 7th St., Los Angeles.t 

WILBUR E. FOWLER 
Phys. and Drug.; b. D 30, 1855; s. Elmer L. 
and Sarah (Denning) Fowler. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
Congr. Church; Golden Med. Soc. (ex-Pres.) Mar- 
ried H. L. Knapp, Je, 1884 (died, 1896); Mabel L. 
Knapp, 1897. Children: Helen Louise, b. Mr 9, 
1901; Bernice H., b. D 23, 1902; Jas. D., b. Je 16, 
1904. Address, Brookville, Kan. 

*THOMAS B. GOODMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Cobden, 111. Died My 4, 1921. 

♦GEORGE SUMNER HARKNESS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1857. Gen. Med. 
practice, Stockton, Calif.; Supt., San Joaquin Co. 
Hosp., do. Died S 2, 1909, Stockton, Calif. 

ALISON W. HARLAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prof., Dental Surg., 
Coll. of Med., 1882-98. At one time located at 
970 Dearborn St., Chicago.! 

WALLACE KASSON HARRISON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 11, 1848, Bethlehem, 
Conn.; s. William Robinson (b. Je 28, 1823, Rox- 
bury. Conn.) and Susan Lydia (Kasson) Harrison 
(b. O 1, 1825, Bethlehem, Conn.). Prepared in 
Conn. Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn. A.B., Yale Univ 



1874; M.D., Bennett Med. Coll.. Chicago, 1877. 
Gamma Nu. Physician, Chicago; Med. Dir., 
Life Ins. Co.; Prof., Med. Chem., Coll. of Med.. 
1884-89. Mem., Trustee, Unity Church, 1919—; 
Western Unitarian Conference (Dir. 1917 — ); 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. 
Married Emma Geneva Wheaton, Jl 27, 1882, 
Pawtucket, R. I. Children: Louise Lillian, b. 
Ap 27, 1883; Wallace Kasson, Jr., b. Ja 8, 1885 
(died F 4, 1897); Constance Milsted, b. D 7, 1890; 
Geneva Wheaton, b. Mr 10, 1898. Address, Lom- 
bard, 111.; bus. add., 159 North State St., Chicago. 

WILLIAM D. HATTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice 
Jamestown, Ark., about 1890.t 

CHARLES BERRIMAN HORRELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. b. Ag 10, 1851; s. 
Leander P. and Annis R. (Beadle)' Horrell. Pre- 
pared in Colchester H. S. and West. 111. State 
Norm. Sch., Macomb. Gen. Med. and Surg, prac- 
tice, Colchester, 111., 1884-98; Galesburg, 111., 
1898—. Sec, Bushnell Pension Bd., 1888-92; 
Pres., do. 1892-1904. Vol. M.C., U. S. A. Auth; 
Articles appearing in III. Med. Jour. Mem., 
Congr. Church; A. F. A. M., Shrine; B. P. O. E.; 
A. M. A.; State Med. Soc; Knox Co. Med. Soc. 
Address, 1112 N. Broad St., Galesburg, 111.; bus. 
add., Hill Arcade, do. 

*JACKSON DAVID HORTON 
Retired Phys.; M.D.; b. S 23, I860; s. D. J. 
(b. Bradford, Pa.) and Anna (Stone) Horton. Pre- 
pared in Upper la. Univ., Fayette, la., and Univ. 
of Wis. Located in Nashua, la., 1884-1908; 
Paoli, Ind., 1908 — .; Pub. Health Serv.; influenza 
epidemic, Ky., 1918. Married Mary A. Rocka- 
feller, N 17, 1887, South Bend, Ind. Children: 
Joseph O., b. My 2, 1889; Helen A., b. O 21, 1893. 
Died F 1, 1921, Deaconess Hosp., Louisville, Ky. 

*ALLEN C. HOUGHLAND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located at 
Brighton, la. Deceased. 

*JOHN SAMUEL INKS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1848. Formerly of 
Nappanee, Ind. Died Je 16, 1921, Wakarusa, Ind. 

*LUIGI SALVATORE DI RAMONDE 

JADAROLA 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. M.D., Cooper 

Med. Coll., San Francisco, 1903. Gen. Med. 

practice, Los Banos, Calif. Died Ap 1903. 

HERBERT DUANE JENCKES 
Physican; M.D.; b. Ag 1, 1850, Dansville, N.Y.; 
s. Hiram D. (b. F 2, 1826, Sparta, N.Y.) and Ann 
Maria (Larish) Jenckes (b. D 20, 1824, Easton, 
Pa.). Prepared in Lode (Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. 
practice. Lake Benton, Minn., 1884-88; Jasper, 
do., 1888-98; Pipestone, do., 1898 — ; Phys., Indian 
Training Sch. Hosp., do., 1908—. Capt., M. C, 
U. S. A., Minn, Nat. Guard, 1917-18; Phys., 
Local Bd. Selective Service; Sec Pension Bd., 
1888—. Mem., Presby. Church; So. Minn. Med. 
Soc; Minn. State Med. Soc; S. West. Minn. Med. 
Soc. (Sec, 1890-1900); S. West. Med. Soc. (Pres.). 
Married Anna Stewart, My 14, 1883, Lake Benton, 
Minn. Children: Stella A., b. Mr. 14, 1884 Cdied 
Jl 6, 1899); Earl D., b. My 14, 1889. Address, 
Pipestone, Minn. 

*R. W. JONES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly of Creston* 
N. C; Prof., Therapeutics, Coll. of Med., 1889-91- 
Deceased. 

*LORIN W. JORDAN 
M.D.; b. 1853. M.D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., 
1883. Mem., Ind. State Med Soc. Died O 2, 
1917, Wabash, Ind. 



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' *CHARLES MORRIS LUCKEY 
M.D.; b. 1863. U. S. pension exam, surg.; 
formerly Mayor of Baldwin, la. Died Ap 22, 
1908. Baldwin. la. 

♦FRANK LUMBECK 
Physician; M.D. Died Ja.li)04 at his home in 
Klngstou, Ohio. 

WILLIAM RYDER MATHERS 
M.D.; b. My 2, 1S60; s. W. R. and T. (Slirodor) 
Mathers. Prepared in Beeton Coll., London, Ens. 
At one time Gynecol. Soecialist, Prosper. Tex. 
Mem.. A. F. A. M.. 32°; A. M. A. Married. 
Children; George (deceased); Wm. F. Address, 
McKinney, Tex. 

•MITCHELL MIKKELSEN 

M.D.; b. 1851. M.D., Coll. of Phys. and Surg.. 

Keokuk, la. Specialist in diseases of the eye, ear, 

nose and tliroat. Died Ja 8, 1919, Wells, Minn. 

THOMAS B. MITCHELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Retired from active 
practice; formerly located in Derby, la. Address, 
Winter Haven. Fla.t 

D. McDILL MORRISON 
*^tPhj-s. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located at 
Brainerd. Kan. J 

♦ISADORE MUNZER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located at 
60 Canalport Ave., Chicago. Deceased. 

EDWARD TRENTON PRINTZ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 6, 1856, Newton, 
111.; s. Solomon and Sarah (Kibler) Printz. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; B. P. O. E.; M. E. Church. 
Married Verna Dve, Mv 5. 1S95, Moulton, la. 
Children: Esther Belle, "b. Mr 7, 1890; Edward 
Trenton. Jr.. b. D 18.' 1897. Address. Moulton, la. 

ISAAC H. REILEY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1843. Gen. Med. 

practice. New York City; formerly at 459 W. 22nd 

St.. do. Address, 202 W. 24th St., New York City.t 

♦LEONARD L. ROMANS • 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located at 
1705 Lawrence Ave., Denver. Deceased. 

*FR.\NK M. SAWYER 
M.D.; b. Mr 11, 1851, St. Joseph Co. Ind.; s. 
Edwin (b. Mr 11, 1828. New York) and Phoebe 
(Moon) Sawyer (b. New York). M.D., Bennett 
Med. Coll., 1878. Sec, Bd. of Health, South 
Bend, Ind., 1888-90; Mem., Bd. of Directors of 
Epworth Hosp. Married Mariam Clenny. N 2. 
1881, Lake%-ille, Ind. Child, Adah (Mrs. Victor 
Franklin Jones), b. S 26. 1887. Died Ap 9, 1910, 
South Bend, Ind. 



♦EDWARD A. SCHMITZ 
Phys. and Surg; M.D.; b. 1861. Health Com- 
missioner at Wauwatosa.liWis. Died D 23, 1916, 
Wauwatosa, Wis. 

♦THOMAS W. SHEARER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 18.50. Gen. Med. 
practice. Houston, Tex. ; formerly at 3103 Louisiana 
St., do.; Beatty Bldg, do. Deceased. 

PORTER WETHEY STEVENSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
503 Independence Ave., Kansas City, Mo.J 

WILLIAM M. SWEEMER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1853. Gen. Med. 
practice, Milwaukee, Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
622 11th St., Milwaukee.! 

♦LOUIS VANPATTEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D,; b, lS.-)3, Gen, Med. 
practice, St, Charles, III, Deceased. 

♦JOSEPH W. WASSALL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1858, At one time 
located at 92 State St,, Chicago; formerly dentist 
to the Czar of Russia. Mem., A. M. A, Died S 
18, 1909. 

♦WILLIAM ROLFE WHITNALL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b, 18.52. Mem.. A. M. 
A. Died Je 25, 1920, Puyallup, Wash. 



WILLIAM H. WILSON 
(Cousin of James M. Henry, M.D.. '85) 
Epiderjnologist; M.D.; b. County Derry, Ire- 
land; s. Samuel (b, Ireland) and Ann (Henry) 
Wilson (b, do.). Prepared in Keokuk, la., 1880-81, 
Chicago, 1881-82, and N. Y., 1882-83. Gen. Med. 
practice, Table Rock, Neb,, 1884-1907; Pres., Bd. 
of Educ, do., 12 yrs.; Mem., Neb. House of Repre- 
sentatives, 1903 and 1905 (Speaker Pro-tem); 
Mem., Neb, Senate, 1907; located in Lincoln, 
1907—.; State Bd. of Health, 10 yrs. Auth.: 
Numerous papers read before the State Med. Soc. 
Mem., Lancaster Co. Med. Soc; Lincoln Cml. 
Club; K. T.; Shrine; A. M. A. Married Phoebe 
Campbell, My 28, 1885, Martinsburg, la. Chil- 
dren: Anna, Clark and Ina M. Address, 1901 
Washington St.. Lincoln, Neb. 

♦WILLIAM H. WINTERBOTHAM 
M.D.; b. 1847. M.D., Coll. of Phys. and Surg., 
Keokuk, la,, 1872. Mem., A. M. A.; Kan. Med. 
Soc. Died Ja 21, 1917, Salina, Kan. 

♦WALTER I. YOUNGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located in 
Peoria. Deceased. 



CLASS OF 1885 (40 LIVING, 20 DEAD) 



ALBERT FRANK ALLEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Gen. Med. 
practice, 216 E. 20th St., (Chicago. Address, .5423 
S. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles. J 



♦W. J. BAHNSEN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located at 
Fisher, Minn. Deceased. 



WILLIAM E. ALLEN 
Phys.; M.D.; b. N 26, 1858, Mich.; s. William 
T. and Margaret (Brown) Allen. Gen. Med. 
practice, Corinth, Mich., 22 yrs, Mem. Burton 
Heights M. E. Church. Married Kate Benner, 
1N88, (died 1917k Jennie .Skinner, 191S. Children: 
William S., b. 1890; Mary M.. b. 1891; Helen K., 
b. 1894 (died 1920); John M., b. 1890; Dorothy E., 
b. 1899; Miron B.. b. 1904. Address, 1912 Divi- 
sion Ave,, Grand Rapids, Micb. 



CLARENCE EUGENE BRINCKERHOFF 

(Uncle of Frank E„ '13, M. D.; brother of G. E., 
•85 M.D., J.J,, '97 M.D., and E. E., '08, M.D.) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chicago, Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
2957 Washington Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 507 
N. Halstead St., do.^ 



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G. ERWIN BRINCKERHOFF 
(Brother of Clarence E., '85, M.D.; John J., '97, 
M.D.; Elmer E., '08, M.D.; Uncle of Frank E., 
•13, M.D.) 
Oculist and Aurist; M.D.; b. Mr 8, 1862, Will 
Co., 111.; s. John (b. My 15, 1836, Albany, N.Y.) 
and Rebecca (Breckenridge) Brinckerhoff (b. D. 
7, 1839, Can.). Prepared in Lockport and Joliet 
H. Schs. V. P., Class. First Matriculant in old 
Coll. of P. and S. Grad. work, Chicago Ophthal- 
mic Coll (Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat) 1887; Pvt. 
course with Prof. John E. Harper; 111. Charitable 
Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1887-88. Assist, in Chem 
Lab., Coll. of Med.; Prosector, do.; located ir 
Chicago, 1885-89; Oakland, Calif., 1889—.; Leo 
turer on Ophthalmol., Coll. of Med.; House Surg. 
111. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. Consul- 
tant, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Merritt Hosp. 
and Fabiola Hosp., Oakland, Calif. Mem., Congr 
Church; Almeda Co. Med. Soc.; Calif. State 
Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married. Child, Ethel A 
Brinckerhoff, b. F 7, 1897. Address, 326 El Cer 
rito Ave., Piedmont, Calif.; 6ms. add., Delger Bldg. 
Oakland, Calif. 

*WIL'LIAM C. BUNDY 
M.D.; b. Ag 18, 1845, O.; s. William and Mary 
(Pebles) Bundy. Prepared in Cml. Coll., Pitts- 
burgh and Mt. Vernon, la. Mem., Congr. Church 
and I. O. O. F. Married Esther Macy, Bangor, 
la. Died May 12, 1920. 

WILLIAM C. CALDWELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prof., Materia Med., 
Coll. of Med., 1889-93: retired from active prac- 
tice. At one time located in Essex, Mo. Address, 
Gary, Ind.t 

*ELIHU L. COOK 
M.D.; b. 1840. M.D., Coll. Phys. arid Surg., 
Keokuk, la., 1876. Civil War Veteran. Died 
Mr 28, 1916, Harlan, la. 

DENNIS DAVID CROWLEY 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1858. M.D., Chicago Coll. 
of Med. and Surg., 1879. Prof., Principles and 
Practice of Surg, and Clin. Surg., Oakland Coll. 
of Med. and Surg.; Surg, practice, Oakland, Calif. 
Mem., A. M. A. (Fellow); Am. Coll. of Surgs.; 
Athenian Club. Address, Central Bank Bldg., 
Oakland, Calif.t 

CHARLES G. CUMMINGS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Address, White Bear 

Lake, Minn.; bus. add., 301 Baltimore Block, St. 

Paul.t 

THOMAS ARCHIBALD DAVIS 
Professor; M.D.; b. 1858. Prof., Clin. Surg., 

Coll. of Med. 1893-1906; Pres. and Prof., Clin. 

Surg., 111. Post-Grad. Med. Sch. Mem., Chicago 

Surg. Soc; Am. Coll. of Surgs.; Chicago Patholog. 

Soc; A. M. A. (Fellow). Address, 2344 Jackson 

Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 1850 W. Harrison St., 

do.i 

CASPER M. DROSTE 
(Father of James C, '13, M.D. and Louis A., 
A.B. in Com., '17) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 10, 1861; s. Theo- 
dore (b. 1812, Ger.) and Theresia (Knape) Droste 
(b. 1817, do.). Prepared in St. Jerome's Coll., 
Kitchener, Ont., Can., and Univ. of Mich., 1882-84. 
Grad. work, Chicago Policlinic. Med. and Surg. 
Practice, Grand Rapids, Mich., My 1885 — . Auth.: 
Ergot in the Hands of Ignorant Midwives; a Paper 
on Diphtheria, Med. Council. Married Mary C. 
O'Donohoe, O 15, 1885, Kitchener, Ont., Can. 
Children; James C, b. S 21, 1886; Mary T., b. 
O 9, 1888; Louis A., b. D 12, 1890; Josephine C, 
b.Mr29, 1891;Bernadette,b.Mrl3, 1894; Casper, 
b. D 17, 1896; Jerome b. F. 15, 1898 (died 1902). 
Address, 731 Paris Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. 



♦ARTHUR W. DUNNING 
Neurologist; M.D.; b. 1860. Formerly at 807 
Ashland Ave., St. Paul; 230 Lowry Bldg., do. 
Died D. 1915. 

JAMES BEATY EAGLESON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 30, 1862, Chillicothe, 
O.; s. William (b. F 3, 1802, Ireland) and EUzabeth 
(Hodsden) Eagleson (b. D 25, 1821, ChilHcothe, 
O.). Prepared in Dagne's Collegiate Institute, 
Chillicothe, O. Located in Chicago, 1885-86; 
Port Townsend, Wash., 1886-87; Seattle, 1887 — . 
Maj., M. C, U. S. A. and Dir., Red Cross Base 
Hosp. 50, Mesves Fr., Ag 1918-Ja 1919; now Lt. 
Col., M. R. C. Mem., Wash. Nat Guard, 1888-98; 
U. S. Marine Hosp. and Pub. Health Service, 
1885-99; Maj.. U. S. A., 1917-19; Organized Red 
Cross Base Hosp., 50; served in France; awarded 
citation by Gen. Pershing. Auth.; Numerous 
magazine articles. Mem.. Y. M. C. A. (V. P.); 
State Med. Soc. (Pres.); Clinical Cong, of Surgs. of 
N. Am. (V.P.. 1917); Am. Coll. Surgs. (Regent, 
1919—.). Married Blanche Mills, Jl 1, 1889, 
Seattle. Children: James Mills, b. N 11, 1894 
(died F 19, 1919); Helen Elizabeth, b. Ja 2, 1899; 
Margaret Elliott, b. Ja 31, 1903; Jean Mills, b. 
O 22, 1911. Address, 902 Boren Ave., Seattle. 



FRANK BRECKENRIDGE EARLE 
(Brother of Charles Warrington Earle, Fa. M.) 
Professor; M.D.; b. O 22, 1860, Waukegan, 111. 
Prepared in Waukegan Pub. S«hs. Adjunct Prof., 
Med., Coll. of Med., 1886; Asst. to Dr. Charles 
Warrington Earle, Prof, of Obstetrics, do., 1893; 
Prof, of Obstetrics, do., 1893-1903; Prof, of Pedia- 
trics and CUn. Pediatrics, 1903-14; Sec, Coll. of 
Med., 1901-11; Gen. Med. practice, West Side, 
Chicago, 1885-1910. Mem., Consulting staff. St. 
Marys Hosp.; do., Oak Park Hosp.; do.. Home for 
Crippled Children. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago 
Medico-Legal Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago 
Pediatric Soc; Chicago Gynecol. Soc; Chicago 
Pathol. Soc; 111. Club of Chicago (Ex-Pres.); 
Westward Ho Golf Club. Married Elizabeth 
Biddleton, 1885. Waukegan, 111. Address, 22 E. 
Washington St.. Chicago. 

WILLIAM J. EDDY 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 13, 1857, Shelbyville, 
111.; s. William and Mary Jane (Roberts) Eddy. 
Prepared in Southern 111. State Norm. Univ. 
Mem., Shelby Co. Local Exemption Bd., World 
War. Mem., M. E. Church; A. F. A. M., K. P. 
Married Carrie Viola Chafee, 1888, Shelbyville, 
111. Children: Hazel Isabell, b. O 5, 1891; William 
C, b. Jl 27, 1895; Mary Josephine, b. S 9, 1900; 
Alice Carolyn, b. Jl 2, 1906. Address, 2020 Long 
St., Shelbyville, 111.; bus. add., 1923 Broadway, do. 

CHARLES WELLINGTON FALLIS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 4, 1860, La Salle Co. 111.; 
s. Thomas and Clara H. Fallis. Prepared in 
Dwight H.S. Gen. Med. practice. East Lynn, 
111., 1885-92; Burhngton, la., 1892-95; Danville, 
111., 1896 — . Married Cornelia J. Wilson, Mr 8, 
1888. Child. Clara L., b. Ja 21, 1892. Address, 
610 N. Hazel St., Danville, 111.; bus. add., 403 The 
Temple, do. 

*OSCAR ALFRED FLIESBURG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1851. Died S 12, 
1906, at his home in Minneapolis. 

*OSCAR FORDYCE 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1861. Local Surg., Rock 
Island System, Guthrie Center, la.; Commissioner 
of insanity for Guthrie Co.; Chief Surg., Fordyce 
Hosp. Mem., Guthrie Co. Med. Soc. (Pres.); la. 
State Assn. of Ry. Surgs.; A. M. A. Died Je 5, 
1910, Guthrie Center, la. 



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GEORGE S. GFROERER 
M.D.; b. 1S58, Ontario; s. Sebastian and Cath- 
erine (Wapner) Gfroorer. Prepared in Model 8ch., 
Normal Sch.. and Univ. of Mich. M. R. C.. U. 
S. A.. World War. Married Johanna I.eser, 1892. 
AMress, 1146 Independence Blvd., Chicago. 

♦LESLIE B. GLLLETTE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located at 
Medicine Lodge, Kan. Deceased. 

ALONZO H. HALL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Niantic, Ill.t 

WINFIELD SCOTT HARVEY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1847. Gen. Med. 

practice, Salina, Kan. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 

255 S. 7th St., Salina, Kan.; bus. add., Sante Fe 

and Iron Aves., rfo.t 

JAMES M.HENRY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1857. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Caldwell, Idaho.t 

SAMUEL M. HERB 



CALVIN TODD HOOD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, 2959 Washington Blvd., 

Chicago.t 

HARTLAND CYRUS JOHNSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 29, 1860; s. Samuel 
Fisk (b. Ap 3, 1832, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y.) 
and Weltha (Hall) Johnson (b. 1835, Isle La Motte, 
Vt.). Prepared in Northfield, Minn. Address, 
941 Laurel Ave., St. Paul; bus. add., 840 Lawry 
Bldg., do. 

HARVEY S. KISKADDEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1857. Gen. Med. 
practice, Detroit. Address, Lenox Hotel, Detroit; 
bus. add., Da^^d Whitney Bldg., do.f 

♦WILLIAM H. KYNETT 

Phvsician; M.D.; b. 1842. Veteran of the Civil 

War. Died N 13, 1909, at his home, Bartow, Fla. 

ULYSSES GRANT LATTA 
Farmer and Lumberman; M.D.; b. Mr 7, 1862, 
Clinton, Wis.; s. Debborah C. (Stevens) Latta. 
Prepared in Chowana, Wis., 1880. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chicago, 1885-1900; now interested in 
farming and lumber. Married JoLan Murphy. 
Address, Clinton, Wis. 

♦JOSEPH EMANUEL LUCE 
Supt. of Schs.; M.D.; b. 1850. Died Ja 31, 
1906, at his home in Chilton, Wis. 

♦EDWARD WILLIAM MALONE 
M.D.; b. N 22, 1855; s. Andrew (b. 1820, Dublin, 
Ireland) and Mary (Coleman) Malone (b. 1822, Co. 
Meath, do.). Prepared in Rochester Sem. Phys., 
Oconomowoc, Wis., 1885-89; Waukesha, do., 1889- 
Ja 9, 1914; Phys., Waukesha Co. Asylum, do. 
Mem., Sch. Bd. Mem.,C. O. F. (Med. Examiner); 
Catholic Knights of Wis. (do.); K. C; B. P. O. E. 
Married Elizabeth E. Kelly, Ag 10, 1887, Waukesha 
Wis. Children: William Dennis, b. Je 3, 1888 
(died D 25. 1888); Edward Heber, b. S 25, 1889; 
Andrew Paul, b. Mr 22, 1892; Mark Charles, b. 
Ag 21, 1893 rdied Mr 28, 1918); I. Marion, b. 
My 22, 1896 /died Ag 20, 1897). Died Ja 9, 
1914, Waukesha, Wis. 

J. A. J. MARTIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.;b. 1844. M.D., Indiana 
Med. Coll., 1875. Formerly Phys. at Red Oak, la.t 



ROBERT H. MILES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1858. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Lyndon, Kan.f 

MALCOLM THOMAS MOORE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1857. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, 4332 N. Kedvale Ave., Chicago.t 

♦ANGUS JOHN MURRAY 
M.D.; b. 1856. Mem., Provincial Bd. of Health 
and of the Municipal Council of Fredericton 
Junction; Warden of Sunbury and Queens Co., 
2 yrs. Pres., New Brunswick Med. Soc, 1909. 
Died Ap 3, 1913, Fredericton Junction, Canada. 

IRA OLIVER PAUL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 25, 1860, Brook- 
ville. 111.; s. Michael and Mary (Shierk) Paul. 
Prepared in Polo H.S. and N. W. Coll., Naperville, 
111. Located at Leaf River, 111., 1885-88; Winne- 
bago, do., 1890-1915; Rockford, do., 1915—; 
Mem., M. E. Church; A. F. A. M., 33°; B. P. O. E.; 
Modern Woodmen; L. O. O. M.; Order of Eagles. 
Sanitary Inspector, Camp Grant, 2 yrs., World 
War. Married Alice V. Hammond, Je 2, 1887, 
Leaf River, 111. Children: Ethel L., b. Mr 13, 
1899; Arkie, b. Ap 25, 1892. Address, Harlem 
Blvd., Rockford, 111.; bus. add., 506 Stewart Office 
Bldg., do. 

♦WILLIAM WESTRUP PEARCE 

Phys. and Pharm.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1880; b. 1858, 
Waukegan, 111. Apprenticed to W. S. Pearce, 
Waukegan, 111., 1875-80. Physician and Pharm. 
1880-1919. Died O 17, 1919. 

GUY M.PHELPS 

Retired; M.D.; b. Ag 11, 1858, Wilmington, 111.; 
s. Henry and Amanda Phelps. Prepared in Wil- 
mington H.S., and Simpson Coll., Indianola, la. 
D.D.S., Chicago Dent. Coll., 1890. Delta Sigma 
Delta; Phi Kappa Psi. Mem., M. E. Church. 
Married, S 15, 1885. Child, Guy M., Jr., b D 15, 
1898. Address, 210 S. Greenwood Ave., Kanka- 
kee, 111. 

JUAN B. C. PHILLIPS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.: M.D., Bennett Med. 
Coll., Chicago, 1878. Eclectic med. practice, 
1085 Gates Ave., New York City, about 1890.t 

NORVAL HARVEY PIERCE 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 13, 1863^, Washington, 
D.C.; s. Harvey Linsley (b. 1841, Fairfax, Va.) 
and Katherine Elizabeth Pierce (b. 1841, Sidney, 
Me.). Prepared in Philadelphia Pub. sch. Grad. 
work in Oto-laryngology in Univ. of Vienna and 
Univ. of Wurzburg, 1889; Univ. of Berhn, 1890. 
Prof., Otol. and Clin. Otol., Coll. of Med., 1912; 
Prof., Laryngol. Rhinol. and Otol., and Head of 
Dept., do., 1921. Lt. (Sr. Grade) U.S.N.R.F., F 2, 
1898; Asst. Surg., U.S.N. , Spanish-Am. war; Capt., 
R.M.O., U.S.A., 1911-17; do., M.C., U.S.A., Je-S, 
1917; Maj., S 1917-F 1919; A.E.F., Chief Surg., 
Vichy, France, 1918-19. Auth.: Bacillus Tuberculo- 
sis, Translation of Eisenbergs Bacteriolog. Diagno- 
sis; The Treatment of Catarrhal Diseases of the Up- 
per Air Passages; Syphilis of the Nose; Sarcoma of 
the Nose treated with the Toxin of Erysipelas and 
Bacillus Prodigiosus; Laryngeal Papilloma, with 
report on an interesting case; The Modern Patho- 
log. and Treatment of Acute Otitis Media; The 
So-called Bleeding Polp of the Septum; Submucous 
Linear Cauterization; A New Method for reduc- 
tion of Hypertrophies of the Conchae; On the 
Transformation of Benign Laryngeal Growths 
into Malignant Neoplasms; Preliminary Note on 
the Treatment of I^eukoplakia; The Treatment of 
Peritonsillar Abscess with Exhibition of new in- 
struments; Treatment of Certain Purulent con- 
ditions of the Antrum of Highmore, Through the 
Natural openings; Numerous other articles on 
diseases of the nose and throat. Mem., Am. 
Otological Soc, (Pres.) 1917; Am. Laryngolog. 



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Assoc, (pres.) 1920; Chicago Laryngolog. and 
Otolog. See. (Pres.); Am. Laryngolog., Rhinolog., 
Otolog., Soc, do.\ Clim. Section of Oto-Laryngol. 
Soc; A. M. A.; Chicago Inst, of Med.; Chicago 
Med. Soc; Chicago Medico-Legal Soc; Chicago 
Soc. of Med. Hist.; Chicago Club; Univ. Club; 
Saddle and Cycle Club; City Club. Married 
Drucilla Wahl. Address, 137 E. Chicago Ave., 
Chicago.; bus. add., 22 E. Washington St., do. 

HENRY S. RAYMER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1856. Gen. Med. 
practice. Cedar Rapids, la. Mem., A. M. A. 
Address, 1514 Bever Ave., Cedar Rapids, la.; 
bns. add., 301 1st Ave., do.f 

FRANKLIN REESE ROBEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Meharry Med. Coll., 
1883. Gen. Med. practice, Houston, Tex. J 

BENEDICT WESTCOTT ROGERS 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 9, 1859, Milton Junction, 
Wis.; s. Lester T. and Sarah M. (Coon) Rogers. 
Located in Chicago, 1885-90; Asst. Demonstra- 
tor of Anat. Coll., of Med., 1885-86; Oakland, 
Calif., 1890-99; Milwaukee, 1901-11; Chicago, 
1911 — . 1st Lt., Contract Surg., M.C., Ag 1, 
1917-F 28, 1919, World War. Mem., B. P. O. 
E. Married (1) Addie Barnhart; (2) Mary Lord, 
Louisville, Ky. Child, Mabel M., b. My 21, 
1889. Address, 1447 Moose Ave., Chicago. 

*LEWIS E. SAFLEY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Well known 

as Phys. and big-game hunter in Mont. Died 

Mr 27, 1915, at his home in Livingston, Mont. 

WILLIAM M. SAFLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1858. Gen. Med. 
practice, Park City, Mont.; later located at 
Bozeman, do.f 

FREDERICK C. SENN 
Physician'; M.D.; b. Ag 16, 1855, Fond du Lac 
Co., Wis.; s. Wolfgang and Barbara Senn. Pre- 
pared in Norm. Sch. and Cml. College. Exa- 
miner and Phys. to benefit societies and Life 
Insurance Co. Located in Theresa, Wis., 1885-91; 
Phys., Oshkosh, do., 1891—. Married Caroline 
M. Becker, 1886, Theresa, Wis. Children: Leona, 
b. 1887; Margaret, b. 1898. Address, 147 Waugoo 
St., Oshkosh, Wis.; bus. add., 65 Main St., do. 

*WILLIAM W. SHEPHERD 
M.D.; b. 1849. Gen. practice in Chicago. 
Fellow of the A. M. A. Lived for some time 
at St. Petersburg, Fla. Died Ag 16, 1915, Chi- 
cago. 

OSCAR WILLIAM SHERWOOD 
Phys. and Surg.; b. Ag 27, 1862, Brookville, 
Pa.; s. Charles G. (b. Geneseo, N.Y.) and Agusta 
(Franke) Sherwood (b. Ger.). Prepared in pub. 
schs., Pa. Gen. Med. practice, Downers Grove, 
111., 1885-87; Chicago, 1887-88; Perris, Calif., 
1888-89; Westport, do., 1889—. Mem., Men- 
docino Co. Med. Soc; Calif. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A., 1914—. Married N 16, 1887, Dow- 
ners Grove, III. Address, Westport, Calif. 



*DONALD EGBERT SUTHERLAND 

Phys. and .Surg.; M.D. Formerly located in 

Bay Citv, Mich. Served with 33rd Mich. Inf., 

U. S. Vol., Spanish-Am. W^ar. Died Ja 25, 1904, 

Detroit. 

FRANK M. TEBBETTS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, 4752 Magnolia Ave., Chicago.t 



JOHN RICHARDS THOMPSON 
Retired; M.D.; b. S 13, 1858, Burlington, 111.; 
s. Thomas J. and Hannah A. (Tucker) Thompson. 
Retired from practice, 1906. Mem., M.E. Church. 
Married Etta M. Gregory, My 29, 1887; Luzetta 
W. Dittes, Mr 24, 1909. Children: Ketka A., 
b. O 28, 1888; Mary Hannah, b. Mr 12, 1911; 
Paul R., b. Ap 21, 1918. Address, Northville, 
S. Dak. 

GEORGE JACKSON TOBIAS 
Retired Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 1, 1860, Chicago; 
s. Daniel J. (b. 1833, N.Y.) and Matilda (Wood) 
Tobias (b. 1837, Patterson, N.J.). Prepared in 
Chicago. LL.B., Kent Coll. of Law, Chicago, 
1895. Admitted to the Bar 1895 by Supreme 
Court of 111.; Admitted to practice in U. S. Dis- 
trict Court for No. Dist. of 111., D 18, 1901; Con- 
sultation and Medico-Legal Work, Chicago, 1901; 
Phys. to Claim Dept., North and West Chicago 
Street Railroad Co., 1889-94; Prof., Med. Juris- 
prudence, Kent Coll. of Law, Chicago, 1895-1901; 
Retired from practice, 1918. Hon. Discharge 
from 111. Nat. Guard, 1st Regt., 1881. Autb.: 
Various articles published in Ry. Jours, on re- 
claim dept. work and damages for injuries received 
by passengers. Mem., Garden City Lodge A. F. 
A. M. (life mem.); K. T., 32°, Scottish Rite, 
Consistory. Married N 9, 1887, Chicago. Chil- 
dren: Oliver J., b. N 8, 1889; George N., b. Mr 16, 
1892; Mabel W., b. N 25, 1900. Address, Milford, 
Mich. 

♦GILBERT H. TOLLINGTON 
Specialist; M.D.; b. Ag 1, 1861, Clear Water, 
Minn.; s. Thomas and Sarah (Pauly) Tollington. 
Prepared in Univ. of Mich. Hosp. work, London 
and Paris, 1897; Specialist on diseases of the Eye, 
Clear Water, Minn. Mem., A. F. A. M. Mar- 
ried Augusta Carlston, 1900. Died F 12, 1911. 



*THEODORE A. TRULSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1§61. Formerly of 
Stanton, la. Died N 18, 1903. 

WELLER VAN HOOK 
Professor; M.D.; b. My 14, 1862, Greenville, 
Ind.; s. William R. (b. S 29, 1837, Ind.) and 
Matilda (Weller) Van Hook (b. D 14, 1839, 
LaRue Co., Ky.). Prepared in Louisville, Ky. 
A.B., Univ. of Mich., 1884. Grad. work in Berlin 
and Vienna, 1894; Paris and London. Prof., 
Principles of Surg., Coll. of Med., 1892-95; do., 
Surg., N.W. Univ. Mem. of Local Med. Examin- 
ing Bd. 18, Chicago, during World War. Auth.: 
Many papers on Surg, subjects. Married Anna 
Charles Wholey, My 18, 1894. Child, Hubert, 
b. Je 3, 1896. Address, 7124 Coles Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 31 N. State St., do. 



JAMES SCOTT STEVENS 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 18, 1861, Fayette Co., 
la.; s. A. M. and Sarah E. (Niceley) Stevens. 
Prepared in Ainsworth Acad. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Cedar Falls, la.; City Health Off., do. Ex-- 
emption Bd., Black Hawk Co., la.. World War. 
Mem., M.E. Church; A. F. A. M.; K. P.; Mod. 
Woodmen; A. M. A. Married Kate Amalling, 
Ag 18, 1893, Cedar Falls, la. Address, 309>^ 
Main St., Cedar Falls, la. 



*ALBERT.L. WAGNER 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1860. Formerly 
located in South Bend, Ind. Died S 28, 1901, 
at his home in La Paz, Ind. 

*JESSE M. WALDRON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Schoolcraft, Mich. Deceased. 



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♦MARCUS LAFAYETTE WINSTEAD 

Phys. and Drug.: M.D.; b. N 1. 1854, Shelby- 
ville, Tenn.: s. William and Barbara (Black) 
\Vin.stead. Prepared in Cobdon U.S.; Coll. of 
Phys. and Surgs., Keokuk, lS8-'-Sa. Tausht Scli. 
before entering Coll. of Med. Formerly Phys. 
and Drug.. VVetaug, III. Surg., I. C. U. H., 30 



years. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; A. M. A., 
Pulaski Co. Med. See; Am. Assn. Ry. Surg. 
Married Zilpha Tweedy. Mr 22, 1877. Alto Pass; 
111. Children: Albert M., b. Ap 25. 1878; Edward 
L.. b. D 14, 1879; Frank E., b. Jl 12, 1S8S; Nellie 
J., b. Mr 10, 1892; Jessie A., b. My 9. 1903 (Died 
O 25, 1913). Died Ap 25, 1919. 



CLASS OF 1886 (47 LIVING, 24 DEAD) 



WILLIAM CONSTANTINE ABALY . 
Ph>-s. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 17, 1863, Sun 
Prairie, Wis.; s. William C. and Mary Abaly. 
Prepared in Madison (Wis.) H.S. U. S. Expert 
Surg. V. M. S.. U. S. A., World War. Mem., 
B. P. O. E.; Roman Catholic Church. Married 
1898. Children: Marv, b. Je 1899; James, b. 
Jl 4, 1903; Robert C. b. My 24, 1912. Address, 
115 W. Gillman St., Madison, Wis., bus. add., 
13 S. Pinckney St., do. 

♦PERRY LLEWELLYN ANDERSON 
Nose and Throat Specialist; M.D.; b. S 23, 
1859, Nottawa, Mich.; s. Elsie (Fowler) Anderson. 
Prepared in Ann Arbor Preparatory Sch. Active 
in Athletics. Nose and Throat Specialist, New 
York. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°; I. O. O. F.; 
A. M. A. Married Cora C. Mansfield, S 18. 1886. 
Died F 23, 1917. 

WILLIAM MORTON BEACH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice. 
Shelton, Wash. Address, Shelton. Wash.t 

ALLEN BELL 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 3, 1856, Ohio; s. John 

and Mary (Thompson) Bell. Mem.. K. P.; I. 

O. O. F.; A. F. A. M. Married Flora D. Bunch. 

Ap 4, 1880. Address, Scipio, Okla. 

JOSEPH H. BERTRAND 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 27, 1862. Chicago; s. 
Peter (b. D 31, 1817, St. Annas, Can.) and Sara- 
phine (Courtemanche) Bertrand (b. N 27, 1825, 
do.). Prepared in Chicago H.S. Po«t-grad. work 
in Bacterid.. Univ. of Wis.; Chicago Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat Coll.; Chicago Post-Grad. Med. 
Sch.; Degree licenciate in Pharm. by Wis. State 
Bd. of Pharm., Je 1. 1897; Physician, DeForest, 
Wis., S 1S8C — •.; Specialized in Radium Therapy 
for last two years.; Surg, for Chicago, Milwaukee 
and St. Paul Ry. Co., 1899—. Mem., Wis. State 
Med. Soc; Dane Co. Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Wis. 
State Pharm. Assn. Married Tina Dahl, N 26, 
1891, DeForest, Wis. Children: Pearl, b. F 13, 
1896; Joseph Norman, b. My 8, 1900 (died Je 
29, 1901); Joseph Bernard, b. Ag 4, 1902; Grace 
Darling, b. F 2. 1906. Address, DeForest, Wis.; 
bxis. add.. Pioneer Blk.. Madison, Wis. 

GEORGE W. BOICE 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Address, 2137 S. 
Homan Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 2401 S. Oakley 
Ave., do.t 

BENJAMIN F. BRAINARD 

Physician: M.D.; b. F 22. 1864; s. V. R. and 
Ellen (Reynolds) Brainard. Prepared in Sexton- 
ville H.S. and Coll. of Phys. and Surg.. Kansas 
City, Kan. Gen. Med. practice in Cokato. Minn.. 
1886-87; Kan.sas Citv, 1887-96; Martin City, Mo., 
1896—. Married Elizabeth Thomas. 1891. Lone 
Rock. Wis. Children: Son, b. D. 1892, Helen, 
b. 1898; Ada Elizabeth, b. 1900. Address, Martin 
City, Mo. 

ADOLPH CARL BRENDECKE 

M.D.; b. Mr 5, 1846. Formerly a Phys. at 
1200 W. Madison St.. Chicago. Address, 1141 
Belmont, Chicago. 



BRAYTON A. BRIGHAM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Lecturer, Anat., Coll. 
of Med.. 188S-89. At one time located at 65 
Randolph St., Chicago. t 

WILLIAM C. BRINKERHOFF 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 10, 1861, Upper San- 
dusky, Ohio; s. Martha (Hall) Brinkerhoff. Lo- 
cated in Upper Sandusky, O., 1886^89; Chicago; 
1889 — ■. Auth.: Diseases of the Rectum and 
Intestines, (209 pages). Mem., Presby. Church; 
K. P. Married Minnie W. Grisinger, S 8, 1886, 
Chicago. Address, 6818 Lakewood Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 189 W. Madison St.. do. 

WILLIAM BRADLEY BROCK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. At one time 
located at Corydon, la. Address, Oakville, la.t 

*ROBERT A. BROWN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located at 
Alma, Ark. Deceased. 

*W. ADOLPH BUETTNER 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1855. Formerly at 2850 
Lincoln Ave., Chicago. Died-D 18, 1910, Chicago. 

♦CHARLES ELIJAH CASE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1853. M.D., Calif. 
Eclectic Med. Coll., 1880. Formerly located at 
1010 S. K Street, Tacoma, Wash. Mem., Wash. 
State Med. Assn. Died Mr 18, 1921. 

*CHAUNCEY W. CHIDESTER 
M.D.,; b. 1847. Coroner, Tioga Co. N.Y. Mem., 
State Med. Soc. of N.Y. Died, Ag 16, 1917, 
Newark Valley, N.Y. 

CHARLES H. COOK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1845. M.D., Bellevue 
Hosp. Med. Coll., 1875. Mem., A.M. A. Address 
Natick, Mass.t 

*HENRY EDWARD CREPIN 

M.D.; b. 1862. Head of Health Dept. of San 

Diego, Calif.; City Health Officer of Tucson, 

Ariz.; Health Officer of Pima Co., Ariz. Mem., 

Ariz. Med. Assn. Died Ag 25, 1914, Tucson, Ariz. 

*DAVID T. DENSMORE 

JAMES FRANCIS DOYLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1858. Gen. Med- 
practice, Santa Anna, Calif.t 

VINCENT ERASTUS DUFF 

SAMUEL AUGUSTUS ELLIS 
Retired; M.D.; b. D 13, 1861. Shields Mill, 
Ala.; 8. Prof. S. and Augusta Minerva (Denison) 
Ellis. Prepared in Union H.S.. Sauk Rapids, 
Minn. 1st grade teachers certificate, Benton Co., 
Minn. Located in Azusa, Calif.; Los Angeles, 
1916 — . Surg., Azusa Sharpshooters Reserve, 
Spanish-Am. War. Mem., Epis. Church; A. F. 
A. M.; K. T.. 32°, Shrine. O. E. S.; B. P. O. E.; 
I. O. O. F.; K. P. Married Matilda Augusta 



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Benschlein, My 20, 1890, Sauk Rapids, Minn. 
Children: Harvey Gladstone, b. S 2, 1891; Anna 
Margaretha, b. Mr 9, 1893; Ada Eugenia, b. F 13, 
1897; Ruth Wilhelmina, b. O 28, 1898; Samuel 
Wilford, b. Ag 24, 1901. Address, 943 S. Lake 
St., Lo.s Angeles. 

*WILLIAM TIMOTHY ENGLISH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Commenced practice 
in Arcadia, Wis.; Phys. and Surg., Winona, Wis-! 
partnership with Dr. E. S. Muir of Plainview, 
Minn., in practice of Med., 1897-98. Mem., 
Alum. Assn. Died F 8, 1898, Winona, Wis. 

WILLARD FRANCIS FOLLANSBEE 
Retired; M.D.; b. F 15, 1854, Peabody, Mass.; 
s. Charles E. and Margaret W. (Armstrong) 
Follansbee. Prepared in Warren Acad., Woburn, 
Mass., and Mass. Institute Tech., Boston. Lo- 
cated in Bethlehem, Conn., 1886-88; Danbury, 
do., 1888-96; studied hide business and mfr. of 
upper leather; Chicago 1896-99; Paonia, Colo., 
1899-1912; Calif., 1912 — . Married Bertha L. 
Harrison, S 9, 1885, Chicago. Address, 404 N. 
Isabel St., Glendale, Calif. 

ELBERT CHURCH FORTNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 15, 1861, Bremer 
Co , la ; s. Amon and Clarissa Jane (Wilson) 
Fortner. Prepared in la. H. S. B.S., la. State 
Coll., 1881. Delta Tau Delta. Electo Thera- 
peutist for Rock Island Ry. Co. Med. Reserve 
Corps. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Presby. Church. 
Married Eveline Tuthill, S 13, 1888, Chicago. 
Children: Harmon Tuthill, b. Jl 30, 1889; Margaret 
Evelyn, b. D 1, 1890; Philip Tuthill, b. Jl 28, 1893. 
Address, 4331 Grand Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 
1020 LaSalle St. Station, do. 

FRANK EVERETT GALLISON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Gen. Med. 
practice; formerly at Merced Falls, Calif. Address 
2821 Cherry St., Berkeley, Calif.t 

*JAMES GIBSON 
M.D.; b. 1866. Practiced in Janesville, Wis., 
28 yrs. Died Ja 6, 1913, Janesville, Wis. 

LOUIS GOLDSTEIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 12, 1861, Malmo, 
Sweden; s. Jacob and Rosa (Kolpak) Goldstein. 
Gen Med. practice; formerly at Stephensport, 
Ky,; Chm., Med. Advisory Bd. No. 10, Tex., 
World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; K. P.; I. O. 
B. B. Married Cora Lee Oppenheimer, Ap 14, 
1898, Evansville, Ind. Children: Helen, b. F 13, 
1899; Blanch Louise, b. S 2, 1904; Marie, b. O 23, 
1909. Address, 2395 McFadden, Beaumont, Tex.; 
bus. add., Med. Floor, Perlstein Bldg., do. 

♦ARCHIBALD HAAS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1849. M.D., Chi- 
cago CoU. of Med. and Surg., 1882. Gen. Med. 
practice, 2003 N. West Ave., Chicago. Deceased. 

*WALTER D. HALL 
Phys. and Surg. M.D., Jefferson Med. Coll. 
1878. Gen. Med. practice, Burlington, N.J. 
Deceased. 

♦NELSON H. HENDERSON 

Phys. and Surg., M.D. Gen. practice Chicago; 

attending phys.. Lakeside Hosp., do. Mem., A. 

M. A. Died Jl 23, 1903, Lakeside Hosp., Chicago. 

JAIRUS ELIJAH HILEMAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 27, 1860, Union Co.. 
111.; s. Eli (b. 1835, do.) and Mary Ann (Reitzel) 
Hileman (b. 1835, Catawba Co., N. Car.) Pre- 
pared in So. 111. State Norm. Univ., Carbondale, 
111 Located in Tex., 1886-87; Mex., 1888-1900; 
San Francisco, 1901-02; Mex., 1902-11; San 
Diego, Calif., 1912 — . Married Catherine Mar- 



guerite Lockman, Je 5, 1918, San Diego, Calif. 
Child, Philetus Eli, b. Ap 19, 1920. Address, 
3554 28th St., San Diego, Calif.; bus. add., 302 
Watts Bldg., do. 

ANTON THEODORE HARRIS HOLMBOE 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1857. Surg, practice, 2303 
Milwaukee Ave., Chicago; Prof., Orthopedic Surg , 
Chicago Coll. of Med. and Surg., 1918. Address, 
3108 Logan Blvd., Chicago.f 

STUART W. JOHNSTON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1854. Gen. Med. 

practice, Chicago. Mem., A. M. A. (Fellow). 

Address, 4005 Grand Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 

25 E. Washington St., do.t 

WILLIAM WATSON KANE 
Physician; M.D.; s. Louis M. and Mary E. 
(Watson) Kane. Valedictorian; Hutton Prize, 
Nervous Diseases. Vol., Med. Serv. Corps. 
Mem., I. O. O. F.; M. W. A.; M.E. Church. 
Married Mary B. Eaton, 1887, Pinckneyville, 
111. Children: Kent K., b. 1889; William Wat- 
son, b. 1892. Address, Randolph St., Pinck- 
neyville, 111. 

JACOB KASZER 
M.D.; b. Ap 7, 1856, Pittsburgh, Pa.; s. John 
and Elizabeth (Rieger) Kaszer. Prepared in 
New Brighton (Pa.) H.S. Mem., I. O. O. F. 
Married Ap 10, 1889. Address, 309 N. Center 
St., Plymouth, Ind. 

WILLIAM H. KNAPP 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Long Island Col. 
Hosp., 1874. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
66 Carroll St., Binghampton, N.Y.t 



WILLET H. LAUGHLIN 
Phys. and Surg., M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Arlington Heights, Ill.t 

JULIUS HENRY LEE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1856. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, 2455 N. Kedzie Blvd., 
Chicago; hue. add., 2814 W. North Ave, do.t 

♦GEORGE LAFAYETTE LOOPE 
(Father of Frank Roy, '01, M.D.) 
M.D.; b. O 23, 1847; s. Russel A. (b. New 
York) and Adelaide (Steele) Loope. Prepared 
in Edwards (N.Y.) H.S. Proprietor, Gogebic 
Hosp.; Dir., U. P. Insane Asylum, Bessemer, 
Mich., 1885-1909; Tuberculosis Research work, 
Seattle, Wash., 1909-20. Civil War, (3 yrs.); 
Veteran, Battle of Gettysburg; Volunteered as 
U. S. ship surg. to Alaska and the Orient dur- 
ing World War. Mem., A. M. A.; Co. Med. 
Soc; Mich. State Med. Soc; Ry. Med. Soc. 
Married Emma J. Clark, 1871, Baraboo, Wis. 
(died D 1907). Children: Mabel C; Frank R. 
Died My 11, 1920, Seattle. 

♦FRANCIS OLIVER LOWE 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 15, 1861, Summer- 
field, 111.; s. George Franklin (b. 1816, Blount 
Co., Tenn.) and Martha Ann (Phillips) Lowe 
(b. 1821, near Nashville, 111.). Prepared in 
McKendree Coll., Lebanon, 111., and studied 
with his brother. Dr. J. H. Lowe. Gen. Med. 
practice, Kewanee, 111., 1886-1919. At the time 
of his death he was the oldest physician in Ke- 
wanee, in length of practice. Mem., 1st M.E. 
Church (Pres., Bd. of Trustees); Phys. Club, 
Kewanee, 111. Married Lena E. Jacobs, O 12, 
1892, Macon, 111. Children: Cecil Francis, b. 
F 11, 1894; Burton James, b. Je 19, 1899; Doris 
M., b. N 23, 1903; Robert Franklin, b. Ag 14, 
1907. Died Ap 27, 1919, Kewanee, 111. 



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*WII.I,IAM McCALI.UM 
M.D.; b. 1855. Gen. Med. practice, Glad- 
stone. Mich, for many yrs. Died Mr 28. 1907, 
Northwestern Hosp., Minneapolis. 

JAMES J. McCLELI^N 
Physician; M.D.: b. Mr IS, 1853. N.Y.: s. 
Marie (Kennedvl McCleJlan. Married Frances 
Tuffs. Child. "Frances, b. Mr 29, 1886. /Irf- 
rfrfss, 615 E. Town St., Columbus. O.; bus. add. 
44 E. Broad St., do. 

♦THOMAS McCRACKAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located in 
Puyallup, Wash. Died Ap 11, 1906, Puyallup, 
Wash. 

THOMAS F. McGLASSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Gen. Med. 
practice. Mem.. A. M. A. Address, Lewiston, 
Met 

FULLERTON B. MALCOLM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located 
at 295 Humboldt Ave., Detroit. Address, 
Konk Kow. Chong King, China. J 

CHARLES M. MARNES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, Rouses Point, N'.Y.f 

EUGEN CRISTOF MARTIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. Address, 
2609 Prairie St., Milwaukee; bus. add.. Metro- 
politan Blk., do.t 

*SWAYZE B. L. MERRILL 
Phys. and Surg., M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
350 W. North Ave., Chicago. Deceased. 

BRUCE MILLER 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located 
at 3564 Halstead St., Chicago. Address, 4138 
Baring Ave., East Chicago, Ind.+ 

*ELIAS MILLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1838. Gen. Med. 
practice, Kensington, 111. Died S 5, 1903, at 
his home in Kensington. 

•WILLIAM HINTON MILLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly at 463 
4l8t St., Oakland, Calif. Died Ja 17. 1921. 

LOUIS JEFFERSON MITCHELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Asst., Chem. Lab., 
Coll. of Med., 1885-86; Prof., Anat., do., 1898- 
1900. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 29 E. Madi- 
son St.. Chicago. t 

♦GEORGE F. PARSONS 
M.D. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago, for many 
yrs. Died D 29, 1913, Peoria, 111. 

♦HORACE ALBERT PEABODY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 18.56. Eye, ear. 
nose, and throat specialist, Webster, S. Dak. 
Pres., State Bd. of Health. Mem., S. Dak. 
State Med. Assn. Died Mr 6, 1911, St. Augus- 
tine, Fla. 

WILLIAM FUNK RITTENHOUSE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 5, 1852, 
Ontario. Can.; s. John (b. 1800, Pa.) and Eliza- 
beth (Funk) Rittenhouse (b. 1807, do.). Pre- 
pared in pub. schs. and with Dr. W. S. Downey, 
St. Catharines, Ont. Can., 1883-84. Phys. and 
Surg.. Chicago, 1886 — ; Prof, of Obstetrics, 
Jenner Med. Coll., 1898-1906; do.. Coll. of Med., 
1896-1910; do. Loyola Univ., 1910-1915; Edi- 
torial staff of Am. Jour, of Clinical Med. Auth. : 
A series of articles on Obstetrics, Gynecol, and 



Gen. Med., since 1910. Mem., Menoken Club 
(Pres. 1909); Chicago Med. Soc; Phys. Club. 
Married Mary Moyer, 1874, Ont.. Can. Chil- 
dren: Ernest Victor, b. 1876; Jane, b. 1881 
(died 1882); Henry, b. 1883 (died 1883). Ad- 
dress, 2920 Warren Ave., Chicago. 

WILLIAM ROBERTS 
Retired; M.D.; b. Mr 1, 1844, Morton. III.; 
s. Robert (b. 1808) and Charlotte (Jones) 
Roberts. Prepared in 111. Weslevan Univ. 
located in Watseka, 111., and San Antonio, 
Tex. Married Jennie Evans, 1869, Morton, 
111. Children: William R., b. 1874; Lottie, 
b. 1876; Ralph, b. 1879; Rhoda, b. 1881; Robert 
A., b. 1885. Address, San Antonio, Tex. 

HIRAM S. ROGERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D., 1886; b. Ja 24, 1840, 
Fayett Co., Pa.; s. L. J. and Mariah (Husted) 
Rogers. M.D., Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 
Keokuk, la., 1876. See., Bd. Examing Surg., 
for Pensions, 21 yrs.; Asst. Supt. and Phys., 
la. State Reform Sch., 1874-75; Examining 
Phys., N.Y. Life, Etna Life, Metropolitan, 
Banker's Life of Neb., Old line, Conn. Mut. 
life, and Mut. Life of la. Ins. Companies; 
Prin., Salem (la.) Graded Schs., 1872; Gen. 
Med. and Surg, practice. Red Oak, la. Civil 
War Veteran, Pvt., Co D, 14 la. Inf.; In charge 
of 2 wards, Hosp., Vicksburg, My 1865. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.. K. T.. Shrine; K. P.; A. M. A.; 
Mo. Valley Med. Soc; Montgomery Co. Med. 
Soc; Louisa Co. Med. Soc. Married Isabella 
S. Cramer, 1873. Salem. la. Child, 'Helen E., 
b. N 21, 1883. Address, 207 Hammond St., 
Red Oak, la. 



CLARK ORVIS RYAN 



ARTHUR L. SCHIDLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located 
at Ellisville, Ill.t 

DAVID S. SHALLABARGER 
Address, 310 Hinckley Bldg. Seattle.t 

GEORGE E. SMITH 
Phys. and Surg. ; M.D. M.D., Eclectic Med. 
Coll. of City of New York, 1882. Formerly 
located at Arkport, N.Y.; later in Niwot, Colo. 
Address, Dillon, Colo.f 

THOMAS EDWIN TAGGART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Gen. Med. 
practice, Los Angeles.; formerly at 215 W. 7th 
St., do. Address, 1110 Garland Bldg.. Los 
Angeles. t 

HARRY TRUDEAU TILLOTSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chicago. Address, 527 66th St., 
Chicago. t 

♦EDWIN TURNOCK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located 
at 109 N. Clark St., Chicago. Deceased. 

W^ILLIAM A. WEIR 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Blandinsville, 111. J 

TWING BROOKS WIGGIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 8, 1865, Alle- 
ghany, Pa.; s. Richard and Rebecca (Johnson) 
Wiggin. Prepared in Janesville (Wis.) H.S. 
and Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn. Delta 
Tau Delta. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, 
Chicago. Prof., Physiol., Coll. of Med., 1898-99; 
Adjunct Prof., Microscopical and Chem. Diag- 
nosis, do., 1900-01; Adjunct Prof.. Med. do., 



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1904-06; Prof., Phys. Diagnosis, do., 1906-10; 
Assoc. Prof., do., 1910-12. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
Shrine, Scottish Rite. Married Louise Adele 
Merrill, N 23, 1887, Janesville, Wis. Address, 
The Surf Hotel, Chicago; bus. add., 30 N. 
Michigan Blvd., do. 



♦GARRETT WIKKERINK 



*JOHN R. WILLIAMS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1850. Local surg., Lake 
Shore and Mich. So. R.R., White Pigeon, 
Mich.; Pres. St. Joseph Co. Bd. of Health. 
Mem., Mich. State Med. Soc. (formerly Pre.s.); 
St. Joseph Co. Med. Soc; Tri-State Med. Soc, 
(V.P.). Died F 16, 1916, White Pigeon, Mich. 

ARTHUR ROBERT WILSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 29, 1857; s. Moses 
(b. 1835 N.Y.) and Mary J. (Quigley) Wilson 
(b. 1838, Vermont). Prepared in H.S. Located 



in Wis., 1886-87; Bessemer, Mich., 1887-89; 
Milwaukee, 1890-1921; San Jose, Calif., 1921. 
Married Olive Langdon, Ap 10, 1883, West 
Allis, Wis. Address, 230 E. San Salvador St.. 
San Jose, Calif. 

CHARLES E. WINTERMUTE 
(Cousin of RoKcoe A. Whippen, '97, M.D.) 
Physician; M.D.; b.Je 1, 1861; Wis. s. Sanford 
(b. N.Y.) and Delia Anna (Robbins) Winter- 
mute (b. N.Y.). Prepared in Janesville (Wis.) 
H.S. Located in Pewaukce, Wis., 1886-87; 
Sussex, do., 1888-90; Chicago, 1891-92; Pewaukee 
Wis., 1893-98; Kilbourn, do., 1898-1914; Sara- 
toga, Calif., 1915-16; Alpaugh, do.^ 1917-18; 
San Jose, 1918 — . Mem., Vestry Trinity Church 
(Episcopal). Address, 246 S 7th. St., San Jose, 
Calif. 

IMaN WISSE 
M.D.; b. Mr 7, 1854, Holland. Address 
434 Elmwood St., Grand Rapids, Mich.; bus. 
add., 321 W. Bridge St., do.t 



CLASS OF 1887 (34 LIVING, 20 DEAD) 



*WILLIAM BEIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located 
at 1475 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. Deceased. 

*A. C. BRADWAY 



J. M. O. BRUNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Gen. Med. 
practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Port Byron, 
Ill.t 

SAMUEL B. CASEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1850. Prepared in 
Louisville, Ky., 1885. Gen. Med. practice, Brook- 
lyn, N.Y.; formerly at 579 Macon St., do. Ad- 
dress, 558 Macon St., Brooklyn, N.Y.t 



CONVERSE CONRAD CONE 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 10, 1859, Davis Co., 
la. ; s. Hawley and Lois N. (Ross) Cone. Gen. 
Med. practice. Garden Grove, la. 1887-94; Oska- 
loosa, la., 1894—. Mem., A. F. A. M.; K. P. 
Married Martha F. Hale, Ap 20, 1884, Downing, 
Mo. Children: Edith R., b. Mr 12, 1885; Beryl 
H., b. Mr 10, 1891. Address, 701 1st Ave. East, 
Oskaloosa, la.; 124 High Ave., West, do. 



HENRY C. COONEY 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ap 19, 1863, Afton, Minn., 
s. Jas. and Mary (Dunn) Cooney. Mem., Am. 
Coll. of Surg. (Fellow, 1912); A. F. A. M.; I. O. 
O. F.; First Congr. Church, Princeton, Minn. 
Married Francis A. Spaulding, Ja 23, 1897, Prince- 
ton, Minn. Address, Princeton, Minn. 



CLARENCE A. EARLE 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 4, 1862, Colfax, Ind.; 
s. Silas (b. Ap 30, 1819, Westford, Vt.) and Mary 
Ann (Hall) Earle (b. Jl 16, 1826, South Hero, 
Vt.). Prepared in Clifton grammar sch. Ph.B., 
111. Wesleyan Univ., 1900. Intern, Cook Co. Hosp. 
Chicago, 1887-89; Physician, Des Plaines, 111., 
1889—. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Phys. Club, Chicago; 111. 
State History Soc. (Cor. mem.); Soc of Med. 
Hist. (Charter). Married Helen Pearce, Jl 3, 
1889, Chicago. Children: Gladys Dooley, b. Je 
8, 1890; Norman Pearce, b. Ja 3, 1895; Walter 
Clarence, b. Ag 26, 1897; Percy Arthur, b. Mr 4, 
1900; Baby Earle, b. D 28, 1904 (died Ja 15, 
1905). Address, Des Plaines, 111. 



GARIBALD EVERSOLE 

M.D-.; b, S 24, 1861, Carroll Co., HI.; s. Daniel 

and Cathrine (Buser) Eversole. Prepared in Mt. 

Morris Coll., Mt. Morris, 111. Married Mary A. 

Paris, S 20, 1893. Address, Chandlerville, 111. 

*E. L. FINLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Streator, 111. Died S 1, 1897, Streator, 111. 

JOHN FISHER 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 21, 1851; s. Valentine 
(b. Ger.) and Mary (Hoye) Fisher (b. Ire.). 
Prepared in Waukegan, 111., and Kenosha, Wis. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Prof, of Phys. Diagnosis, 
Coll. of Med., 1898-1907; do. of Internal Med., 
Chicago Policlinic, 1895-1914; Physician, Chicago. 
Married Estelle M. Richardson, Mr 1877, Wauke- 
gan, 111. (died N 1882); Estelle M. Warner, 1886, 
Antioch, 111. Children: Mary Pauline, b. D 30; 
1879; Ralph W., b. 1894; Clarence J., b. 1896; 
Edward V., b. 1901 (died 1903). Address, 441 
Belden Ave., Chicago. 

EDWARD N. FLINT 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 26, 1863, Cincinnati; 
s. Edward J. (b. Worcester, Mass.) and Anna M. 
(Newton) Flint (b. Worcester, Mass.). Prepared 
H.S. Studied in Hosp. for Insane, Mendota, 
Wis., summer of 1885; Oakwood Sanitarium, sum- 
mer of 1886. Hutton Prize, Study of nervous 
diseases, 1886. Resident Phys., Hosp. for In- 
sane, St. Peters, Minn., 1890-94; Gen. Practice, 
Winthrop, Minn., 1894-99; do., Minneapolis, and 
lecturer on nervous diseases 1889-91; Indianapolis, 
1891-2; Venereal and Nervous diseases, Chicago, 
1892 — . Pension Exam. Surg., Winthrop, Minn., 
189.5-98. Auth.: Paranoia, Reprint from N.Y. 
State Jour, of Mental and Nervous Diseases, Ag 
1893; Hosp. Construction, Reprint, N.W. Lancet, 
Ja 1894; Hematoma of the Cerebral Dura Mater, 
pamphlet, Ap 1894; Morbid Anatomy of Insanity, 
pamphlet, N 1893. Married Anna N. Hilde- 
brandt, Ja 7, 1892, (died S. 1902); Gertrude 
Haynes, N 28, 1904, (divorced My 1908); Irene 
C. Iverson, Je 4, 1912. Child, Edward H. Flint, 
b. D 16, 1892. Address, 5416 N. Sawyer Ave., 
Chicago. 

WARD ZEPHONE FLOWER 
M.D.; b. My 23, 1861; s. Mary R. (Perry) 
Flower. Mem., Mod. Woodman Am.; K. P. 
Children; Don Z., b. F 5, 1890; O. W., b. S 17, 1891; 
Marie B., b. Ap 15, 1893; H. B., b. My 6, 1894; 
J. R., b. F 6, 1896; Frank P., b. D 28, 1900; Ruby 
v., b. Ap 14, 1903; Harold D., b. Ag 23, 1906; 
Clarissa A., b. S 6, 1909. Address, Minneapolis. 



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♦CHARLES CHRISTIAN FREDIGKE 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1839. Formerly at 
709 E. 40th St., Chicago. Gon. Med. practice, 
4552 S. Ashland Ave., do. Died O 21, 1911 at 
the Alexiau Bros. Hosp., Chicago. 

♦ULYSSES ALMIRON GILE 
Phys. and Surg., M.D. Prepared in Univ. of 
Mich., dept. of Med. and Surg. Appointed to 
Ann Arbor Hosp. Gen. Med. practice, Montc- 
sano, Wash. Deceased. 

HEBER M. GOODSMITH 
M.D.; b. F 6, 1866; s. William G. and Annie 
G. (Hammond) Goodsmith. Prepared in Chicago 
Policlinic, 1S90-91. Dent. Surg., 1890-96; Asst. 
Demonstrator of Anatomy, Coll. of Med., 1888-89. 
Mem., Chicago Med. Soc.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; A. F. A. M., Shrine; Ravenswood M.E. 
Church. Married Elizabeth W. Moulding, S 27, 
1892. Chicago. Children; Bessie, b. Ag 12, 1893 
(died F 12, 1896); Marion, (Mrs. B. C. Cunning- 
ham), b. Mr 20, 1897; Katharine, b. S 22, 1899. 
Address, 4649 Beacon St., Chicago; 6ms. add., 
212 W. Washington St., do. 

*FRED ANDREW HANSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1885. 
At one time located at Pike, Wis. Deceased. 

♦PHILANDER E. HARRIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1854. Formerly 
Phys., 77 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee. Died Ag 
22, 1915, Milwaukee. 

ALBERT BATES HART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1886. 
At one time located at Lake City, Fla.J 

♦WILMER W. HEFFELFINGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located in 
Lakefield, Minn. Deceased. 

LUDVIG HEKTOEN 
M.D.; b. F 7, 1863; s. Peter P. (b. Norway) 
and Olave Hektoen (b. do.). Prepared in Prep. 
Dept., Luther Coll., Decorah, la. .and Univ. of 
Wis.. 1883-84. A.B., Luther Coll., 1883; A.M., 
do., 1896; M.D. (ad eundem). Rush Med. Co., 
1896; M.D. (hon.), Roval Frederick Univ., Chris- 
tiania, 1911; Sc.D., Mich., 1913; Sc.D., Wis., 1916. 
Pathologist, Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago, 1889-1903; 
Lecturer on Pathol., Rush Med. Coll., 1890-92; 
Phys. to Coroner's OfT., Chicago, 1890-94; Prof., 
Pathol., Coll. of Med., 1892-94; Prof., Morbid 
Anatomy, Rush Med, Coll., 189.5-98; Prof., Pathol., 
do., 1898—; Prof, and head of the Dept. of Pathol. 
and Bacteriol., Chicago, 1901 — ; Director, McCor- 
mick Institute for Infectious Diseases, ,1902 — ; 
Herter Lecturer, N.Y. L'niv., Bellevue Hosp., 
Med. Coll., 1912; Herrington Lecturer, Univ. of 
Buffalo. 1912; Cutter Lecturer, Harvard Med. 
Sch., 1917. A\ith.; Technique of Postmortem 
Examination; W. T. Keener Co., Chicago; Obser- 
vations on Pulmonary Infection in Rats. Trari- 
tactioM of the Chicago Pathol. Soc, 1916; The 
Effect of Toluene on the Production of Antibodies, 
JouT. of Infectious Diseases, 1916; The Effect of 
Benzene on the Production of Antibodies, do.; 
The Effects of Cml. Glucose when Fed to WTiite 
Rats (with .\. J. Carlson and E. R. LeCount), 
Joyir. Am. Chem. Soc, 1916; Precipitin-Produc- 
tion in Allergic Rabbits, Jour, of Infectious Di-teises. 
1917; Recent Investigation on the Bacteriol. of 
Acute Poliomyelitis, Boston Med. and Surg. Jour., 
1917; Further Studies on the Effects of the Roent- 
gen Ray on Antibody-Production, Jour. Infectious 
Diseases, 1913; Microscopic Demonstration of 
Cocci in the Central Nervous System in Epidemic 
Poliomyelitis (with George Mathers and Leila 
Jackson), do., 1918; The Production of Precipitins 
by the Fowl, do., 1918; The Precipitin Test for 
Blood, your. A. M. A., 1918; Experimental Measles, 
do., 1919; The Bacteriol. of Measles, do.. 1918. 



More than a hundred other articles on various 
mcd. subjects in the foregoing publications and 
in. Am. Jour. Insanity, N.A. Practitioner, Cook 
Co. Hosp. Reports, Chicago Mcd. Record, Chicago 
Clinical Review, Am. Jour. 06s/., Internat. Med. 
Mag., Joitr. of Ncrr. and Ment. Diseaoes, besides 
numerous other publications. Co-Editor of and 
Contributor to. Am. Textbook on Pathol., W. B. 
Saunders & Co., 1901; Advisory Ed., Jour, of 
Immunology, 1915—.; Collaborating Ed.. Zeit- 
schrift fur Immunitatsfor.schung, 1909 — ; Ed. 
Jour, of Infectious Diseases, 1904 — ; do., Durcks 
Gen. Pathol. Histol., W. B. Saunders Co., 
Philadelphia, 1904; Contributions to Med. Science, 
Howard Taylor Ricketts, Univ. Press, Chicago, 
1911; Collected Works of Christian Fenger, W. B. 
Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 1907. Mem., Chi- 
cago Pathol. Soc. (Pres., 1898-1902); Am. As.sn. 
Pathol, and Bacteriol. (Pros., 1901); N.Y. Pathol. 
Soc. (Middlcton-Goldsmith Lecturer, 1906); A. A. 
A. S. (V.P., 1909); Harvey Soc. (Lecturer), New 
York, 1910; Norsk Mcdicinsk Selskab, (Foreign 
Mem.,), 1910; A. M. A.; Assn. Am. Phys.; Am. 
Assn. Pathol, and Bacteriol.; Chicago Pathol. Soc; 
Am. Soc. of Pharm. and Exp. Therapeutics; Soc. 
of Exp. Biol, and Med.; Institute of Med., Chicago; 
Nat. Acad, of Sc. Married Ellen Elizabeth 
Shanoh, Je 28, 1892, Sweden. Child, Josef, b. 
N 14, 1905. Address, 637 S. Wood St., Chicago. 

JOHN EUGENE HOGAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located in 
Elgin, Ill.t 

EDGAR REA HOLMES 
Phy.sician; M.D.; b. Ja 14, 1864, Table Grove, 
lU.; s. Nathan, (b. Ap 25, 1842, Table Grove, 111.) 
and Mary E. (Hughes) Holmes, (b. O 10, 1844, rfo.). 
Prepared in 111. Wesleyan Univ. Ex. Com. Class 
of 1887. Gen. Med. practice, Emden, III., 1887-88; 
Hastings, Neb., 1888; Ayr, Neb., 1888-1903; 
Minier, 111., 1903—. Pres. U. S. Pension Bd., 
Hastings, Neb., 1894-96. Mem.. A. F. A. M., 
1888. Married Liicile B. Baker, F 11, 1896, 
Ayr, Neb. (Died Mr 13, 1920). Children: Nathan 
Edgar, b. Jl 3, 1897; Margaret Mercedes, b. O 21, 
1898; Olga Victoria, b. Jl 1, 1901; William Byron, 
b. O 31, 1905. Address, Minier, 111. 

VARD HOUGHTON HULEN 
M.D.; b. Ap 20, 1865; s. Charles Bascom (b. 
Bourbon Co., Ky.) and Mary Frances (Kemper) 
Hulen (b. Montgomery Co., Ky.). Prepared in 
Harris Institute, Mt. Sterling, Kv., and Univ. of 
Mo., 1882-84. M.D., Columbia Univ., 1888; A.M., 
Tex. Christian Univ., 1897. Grad. work, N.Y, 
Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1896. Nu Sigma Nu. 
Located in New York; Galveston, Tex,; Chicago; 
San Francisco; Houston, Tex.; Berkeley, Calif., 
at present. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ap 4, 1918; 
Maj., do., O 4, 1918-My 20, 1919; A. E. F. in France 
six months; Consultant, Ophthalmic Surg,, Hosp. 
Center 2 and Beau Desert Dist., Bordeaux, France, 
1919. Auth.: A Simple, Accurate and Rapid 
Method of Localizing Foreign Bodies in the Eye, 
Jour. A. M. A., Ap 2, 1904; The Early Treatment 
of Cross Eyes, Cabf. State Jour, of Med., Ap 1908; 
' The Advancement Operation in Squint, Jour. A. 
M. A., Jl 9, 1910; Vacuum Fixation of the Lens 
and Flop Suture in the Extraction of a Cataract in 
its Capsule, do., Jl,15, 1911. Mem,, A. M. A.; 
Calif. State Med. Soc; San Francisco Co. Med. Soc; 
Pacific Coast Oto-Ophthal. Soc; Galveston Co. 
Med. Soc. (Pres., 1897); Harris Co, Med. Soc. (V. 
P., 1911); Fellow, Am. Coll. Surgs., O 29, 1915—. 
Married Reba Callaway, My 12, 1898, Galveston. 
Tex. Address, 2530 Piedmont Ave., Berkeley, 
Calif.; bus. add.. Berkeley Bank Bldg, do. 

JOHN HUND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 
Chicago. 1885. Gen. Med. practice; formerly at 
5061 N. Clark St., Chicago; later at Newberry. 
Wis. Mem., A.M. A. Ac/t/rcss, 731 Lincoln Ave.. 
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RALPH A. JOHNSTONE 
Phys and Surg.; M.D. Pres. and Surg., Lake- 
side Hosp., Chicago. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago 
Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; Physicians Club 
of Chicago. Address, 3410 Rhodes Ave., or 209 
S. State St., Chicago.t 

RICHARD H. JONES 
Phys and Surg.; M.D. Attended Detroit Med. 
Coll., before entering Coll. of Med. St. Mary;s 
Hosp., Detroit. Address, 6426 Grove Ave., Chi- 
cago.! 

GUSTAV J. KAUMHEIMER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 4, 1862, Philadelphia: 
s. Jacob M. (b. Ger.) and Lissette (Klein) Kaum- 
heimer (b. do.). Cook Co. Hosp., Ap-0 1887; 
Asst. Phys., Milwaukee Co. Hosp., O 1887-Ap 
1889; attending Phys., do., 1895—; Dir., Dept. 
of Medicine, do., 1900; Attending Phys., Deaconess 
Hosp , Milwaukee, 1919. Mem., Vol. Med. Serv. 
Corps. Mem., Milwaukee Med. Soc. (Pres., 1907) ; 
Milwaukee Co. Med. Soc. (Pres., 1919); Brainard 
Med. Soc. (Pres., 1900); Wis. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; Child Hygiene Assn. Married Jennie 
F Starr, N 8, 1892, Milwaukee. Children: Edwin 
A., b. Jl 31, 1894; Alfred J., b. Mr 21, 1897 (died 
Ag 2, 1899); Ann L., b. F 21, 1900. Address, 
987 Second St., Milwaukee.; bus. add., 306 North 
Ave., do. 

MOSES BUCKNER KINCHELOE 
M.D.; s. Almanzor C. Kincheloe, and Elvira 
Sophrona (Buckner) Kinckeloe. Prepared in 
Country Sch. Mem., A. F. A. M., Scottish Rite. 
Married Nannie Royce, 1883. Address, 1612 Jack- 
son Ave., Joplin, Mo.; bus. add., 407 Main St., do. 

CHARLES GOWEN BUCHANAN KLOPHEL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Commissioned in M. 

R. C, U. S. A. Address, 347 Auburn Ave., Buffalo, 

N.Y.t 

*SQUIRE E. KOONTZ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D- At one time located at 
Wasco, Pa. Deceased. 

*CARL F. W. KORDENAT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1854. Appointed to 
Cook Co. Hosp., 1885. Died S 21, 1904, at his 
home in Reedsburg, Wis. 

MYRON.EDWIN LANE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Cook Co. 
Hosp., Chicago, 1886. Gen. Med. practice, Chi- 
cago; formerly at Warrensville, O. Address, 
Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Crawford and Bryn 
Mawr Ave., Chicago.t 

JOHN M. R. McNAMARA 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chicago. Address, 7336 Princeton Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 205 W. 73rd St., do.t 

♦CHARLES A. McNULTY . 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. feen. Med. practice; 
formerly located in Virginia City, Mont. Died 
O 6, 1904, Harlem, Mont. 

ROBERT C. MILLER 
Superintendent; M.D.; b. Jl 24, 1867, 111.; s. 
Warner and Christina (Backer) Miller. Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1886; Urol. Specialist, Aurora, 111.; Supt., 
Med. dept.. Sulphur Lick Springs; at one time 
located in Shannon, 111.; Wedron, do., 1921^ — -. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; M. W. A.; Mystic Workers; 
A. M. A. Married Anna F. Reddington, O 1, 
1897. Child, Alice C, b. N 22, 1910. Address, 
Wedron, 111. 



WILLIAM E. MILLER 
(Father of Noble William, '06, M.D.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 9, 1857; s. Jacob (b. Ger.) 
and Hulda (Pickard) Miller (b. France). Prepared 
in Valparaiso, Ind. Located in Chicago, 1887 — . 
Mem., Selective Service of Local Board Division 
27, Chicago, from Jl 6, 1917-Mr 31, 1919. 
Mem., A. M . A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med 
Soc; Douglas Park Branch, Chicago Med. Soc 
(Pres. 1919—). Married, D 21, 1878, Chicago 
Children: Arthur, b. F 14, 1881 (died S 13, 1882) 
Noble Wm., b. O 3, 1882; Maud C, b. Mr 10, 1884 
Jessie Columbia, b. Jl 25, 1893 (died N 17, 1913) 
Address, 2325 S. Calif. Ave., Chicago. 

♦JOSEPH D. MORAUX 
Phys. and Surg., M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1885. 
At one time located at Green Bay, Wis. Deceased. 

DERK MULDER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Amster- 
dam Schs.; Univ. of Amsterdam, 1881; Amster- 
dam Hosp. Gen. Med. practice. Address, Lyn- 
den, Wash.t 

*I^RL A. NORDERLING 
M.D.; b. 1857. Located for a time in Chicago: 
resident of Paxton, 111., from 1908 until his death. 
Died Je 9, 1915, Paxton, 111. 

♦JEFFERSON J. O'CONNELL 
Phys. and Surg,; M.D. Attended Coll. of 
Phys. and Surg., N.Y., before entering Coll. of 
Med. Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago, 1885. Died Ap 
12, 1897, Honesdale, Pa. 

♦CHARLES WILLIAM OVIATT 

Surgeon; M.D. ;b. 1853. One of the best known 

and most skilled surgeons of the Northwest. 

Mem., A. M. A.; Am. Surg. Assn.; West. Surg. 

Assn. Died O 30, 1912, Oshkosh, Wis. 

NILS E. REMMEN 
M.D.; b. My 6, 1863, Warsaw, Minn.; s. Endre 
T. and Thora (Haugen) Remmen. Postgrad, 
work, Copenhagen and Vienna, 1890-91, 1895-96. 
Surg., Eye Dept., 111. Charitable Eye and Ear 
Infirmary; Oculist, Norwegian Am. and Deaconess 
Hosps. Auth.: A few reports of eye cases in 
Ophthalmol. Jours. Mem., Scandinavian Med. 
Soc. (Ex. Pres.) Married Inga Kiland. Address, 
2954 Logan Blvd., Chicago; 31 N. State St., do. 

♦JAMES RICHMOND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1858. Cook Co. 
Hosp., Chicago, 1885. Formerly at Loyal, Wis.; 
later at Coquille, Ore. Mem., Wis. State Med. 
Soc. Died F 13, 1915, Loyal. Wis. 



JOHN CHARLES ROBERTS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 22, 1861; s. Joseph (b. 
Jl 4, 1835, Tazewell Co., 111.) and Catherine 
(Bosserman) Roberts (b. 1839). Prepared in 111. 
Wesleyan Univ., Bloomington, 111. Address, 105 
High St., Peoria, 111.; bus. add., 507 Jefferson Bldg., 
do. 

JOHN SAMUEL SARGENT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1885. 
Gen. Med. practice. Mem., Fresno and Sonoma 
Cos. Med. Socs.; State Med. Soc. of Calif. Ad- 
dress, Santa Rosa, Calif. J 

GOTTLIEB SCHICK 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1856. Cook Co. 

Hosp., Chicago, 1886. Gen. Med practice, New 

York City; formerly at 499 E. 176th St., do. 

Address, 219 E. 32nd St., Los Angeles.t 

ALBERT SCHNEIDER 

Bacteriologist, Pharmacognosist and Instructor; 

M.D. B.S. in Sci., 1894; b. Ap 13, 1863, GranviUe, 

111.; s. Johann (b. Hesse-Cassel, Ger.) and Elizabeth 



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(Barki) Schneider (b. La Salle, 111.). Preparod 
in common schs. and Dixon, 111., Norm. Sell. 
Phi Delta Chi; Columbia Boat Crew. M.S., 
Univ. of Minn., 1S94: Ph.D.. Columbia Univ., 
1897. Scholarship in Bot., Univ. of Minn., ISO.'?; 
Fellowship in Bot., Columbia Univ., lS94-'.)(>; 
Prof, of Bot., Pharmacognosy and Materia Med., 
N.W. Coll. of Pharm., 1897-1903; Prof., </()., Univ. 
of Calif.. 1903; Prof., Materia Mod. and Thera- 
peutics. Univ. of Calif., Coll. of Dentistry, 1904-Oli; 
PatboloKist and PhysioloKist, Spreckels Sujiar Co., 
190(>-07; Pharmacognosist, U. S. Dept. of .Agr,, 
Bur. of Chem., 1909-19; Univ. Instr., Univ. of 
Nebraska, Lincoln. 1919 — . Mem., Vol. Med. 
Serv. Corps, 1918. Ed.-in-Chief, Pacific Pharma- 
cist, 1910-15; Dean, Berkeley Sch. for Police 
Officers. 1916; Micro-Analyst in the Calif. St. 
Food and Drugs Lab., 1915—. Mem.. U. S. 
Pharmacopeia Revision Com. Work in Licheno- 
logy; Special work with Thizobia of Leguminosae; 
Histology of Medicinal Plants; Cultivation of 
Medicinal Plants; Beet Blight. .\uth.; Primary 
Microscopy and Biol., 104 pp., 21 illus. from draw- 
ings by auth., 1S90; A Textbook of Gen. Licheno- 
logy, 247 pp., and 76 full page illustrations, N.Y., 
1897; Gen. Vegetable Pharmacography, 136 pp., 
Chicago Med. Book Co., 1899; Powdered Vegetable 
Drugs, 323 pp., with 164 illust. from drawings 
by autb.. Midland Pub. Co., Columbus, 1902. 
The Native and Introduced Poisonous Plants and 
Medicinal Plants of Calif., Bulletin for Dept., 
Sacramento, Calif.; Pharmaceutical Bact. with 
Special Reference to Sterilization and Disinfection, 
Blakiston's Son & Co., Philadelphia, 1911; Bac- 
teriological Methods in Food and Drugs Labs., 
do, 1915; also numerous articles, special reports, 
reviews, scientific papers. Mem., Ton. Bot. Club 
(cor); Am. Acad, of Pol. and See. Sc; Am. Pharm. 
Assn.; Fellow, A. A. A. S.; Internat. Jury of Awards 
P. P. I. E. Married Marie Louise Harrington, 
Je 1892. Minneapolis. Child, Cornelia Elizabeth 
b. D 28, 1900. Address, Lincoln, Neb.; bus. add., 
Coll. of Pharm., Univ. of Neb., do. 

♦CHARLES A. SWEET 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly at East Jor- 
dan, Mich. Died My 4, 1913. 

MATHEW NELSON VOLDENG 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 21, 1863, Decorah, la.; 

s. Nels Lars and Anna Mathia (Christian) Voldeng. 



Prepared in Decorah, la. A.B., Luther Coll., 
1883. Postgraduate work, Berlin, Paris and Lon- 
don, 1895-96. Assist. Phys., Independence State 
Hosp., la., 1888-95; Prof., Neurology and Psy- 
chiatry. Med. Dept., Drake Univ., 1899-1902; 
Supt. and Med. Dir., Cherokee State Hosp., 1902—; 
Trustee and Mem., Ex., Com. Buena Vista Coll.. 
Storm Lake, la. Auth.: Numerous papers on 
mental and nervous diseases read before Med. 
Societies. Mem.. Pre.sby. Church; A. F. A. M.; 
A. M. A., (Central com. for pub. health and oduc. 
among women) ;Ia. State Med. Soc. (Pres., 1910-11, 
dim.. Com. on pub. health and educ); Med. Soc. 
Mo. Valley; Am. Acad, of Med.; Am. Assn. of 
Alienists and Neurologists; Am. Medico- Psychol. 
Assn.; Cherokee Co. Med. Soc; Commercial Clubs 
of Des Moines, Sioux City and Cherokee Co. 
Married Sadie Weir Rosemond, S 19, 1895, In- 
dependence, la. Address, Cherokee, la. 

♦CHARLES BEAUMONT WARD 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1885. 

Formerly at 3 Glenn Bldg., Cincinnati. Deceased. 



JAMES P. WAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 20, 1862, Toronto, 
Ont., Can.; s. Margaret Donovan. D.D.S., N.W. 
Coll. Dent. Surg., ISSS; Ph.G., 111. Coll. Pharm., 
N.W. Univ., 1892; Union Coll. Law, N.W. Univ., 
1891. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, Chicago. 
Address, Cor. Western Ave., and Roosevelt Road, 
Chicago. 

CARL ALBERT WEIL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Ger. Gen. 
Med. practice. Address, 634 Barry Ave., Chicago.f 

♦JOSEPH BELLAMY WHITTING JR. 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Appointed 
to Cook Co. Hosp.. 18S6. Maj. and Surg. ,1st. Inf., 
Wis. N. G.; Surg., 1st Wis. Inf., U. S.V., Spanish- 
Am. War. Mem., Assn. Mil. Surg. Died F 19, 
1905, at his home in Janesville, Wis. 

♦GEORGE MARTIN WIRT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located at 
893 35th St., Chicago. Deceased. 



CLASS OF 1888 (26 LIVING, 20 DEAD) 



♦WILLIAM ORR ANDERSON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Western 
Reserve Univ. Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago. De- 
ceased. 



FRANKLIN M. BAILEY 

Phys. and .Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Cook Co. 
Hosp., Chicago, 1887. Address, Mineral Point, 
Wis.: 



JOHN A. L. BRADFIELD 

Oculist; M.D.; b. F. 3, 1861, East Fairfield, O.; 
s. George W. (b. N 18. 1835. do.) and Sahne (Beck) 
Bradfield (b. F 3, 18.35, Columbiana Co., O.). 
Prepared in Georgetown H.S. and Eureka Coll., 
1882-85. Edmund Burke Soc. Grad. work, Chi- 
cago, 1890; Vienna, 1895. Located in Loyal. Wis., 
1888-90; Chicago. 1890-91 ; La Crosse, Wis., 1892—; 
Oculist, Aurist, Rhinol. and Laryngol. Examin- 
ing Surg., World War, 1917-18. Mem., Acad, of 
Ophthalmol, and Oto-Laryngol.; Am. Coll. Surgs.; 
Fellow, A. M. A. Married Mary Grace Strahl, 
S 9, 1896, La Crosse, Wis. Children: Harriet 
Alma, b. Ap 13, 1899; TherxJore Strahl, F 6, 1901 
(died 1913); Mary Grace, b. Ap 28, 1905; Edith, 
b. Ag 1902 (died 1904.). Address, La Crosse, Wis. 



GEORGE C. BRENGLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Cook Co. 
Hosp.,. Chicago, 1887. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, Winchester, Ill.t 

ISAAC MONROE BROWN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 6, 1847, Stafford. 
Conn.; s. Lydia A. (Albee) Brown. Gen. Med, 
and Surg, practice. Local Surg., Chicago & N.W. 
and Green Bay & Western Rys. Auth.: Socialism 
vs. our Present System (pamphlet). Mem., A. 
F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; State Med. Soc; Co. Med. 
Soc; Am. Assn. Railway Surgs. Married Diana 
Kingsbury, O 29, 1879. Children: Maude E., 
b. O 3, 1882; Claude Raymond, b. Jl 3, 1885. 
Address, New London, Wis. 

♦HERMAN R. BULSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Chicago Med. 
Coll., 1875. Formerly located at Eureka, 111. 
Deceased. 

♦HENRY LESLIE BURRELL 
Phys. and Professor; M.D.; b. Ja 16, 1859, 
Ridgeville, O.; s. George (b. 1816, Toledo, O.) 
and Henrietta Burrell (b. 1821, do.). Prepared in 
Oberlin, O. M..\., 1912. Gen. Med. practice, 
Omaha, Neb., 5 yrs.; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Practice, do., to time of death. Prof., Otol. 



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Rhinol., and Laryngol., Creighton Univ. Coll. of 
Med.; Med. Practice, Calif.; Oculist and Aunst 
for Union Pacific, 12 yrs.; Eye and Ear Work, 
St. Joseph Hosp., Omaha. Invented Burrell snare 
and several other appliances. Auth.; Various 
magazine articles. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°; 
Shrine. Married Anne Sumney, D 24, 1898, 
Chicago. Children: Howard Leslie, b. Ja 9, 1900; 
Charlotte Louise, b. Ap 1, 1902; George Sumney, 
b. r 9, 1905. Died Ap 26, 1917, Hollywood, 
Calif. 

ARTHUR W. BURROWS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 22, 1854, Eng.; s. Eliza 
(Bulmer) Burrows. Prepared in Winchester. 
Married N 15, 1888. Address, 1044 S. 11th East, 
Salt Lake City; 6ms. add., 305-6-7 Continental 
Bank Bldg., do. 

*S. W. BURSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Chicago; Phys., Cook Co. Hosp., do.; Clin. Instr., 
Surg.. Coll. of Med., 1892-95. 

NEIL CAMERON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located in 
Burwell, Neb. J 

LEVI B. CASEY 
M.D.; b. Mr 22, 1862, Marion, 111.; s. Levi B. 
and Angeline (Norman) Casey. M.D., Univ. of 
Louisville, 1885. Mem., K. P.; M.E. Church. 
Married Laura B. Lowe, 1889, Marion, 111. Child, 
Clyde L., b. 1890. Address, 522 S. Market St., 
Marion, 111. 

*MILTON F. COE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 
1886-87. Lecturer on diseases of Children, Coll. 
of Med., Spring of 1891-92. Formerly located at 
144 Oakwood Blvd., Chicago. Deceased. 

*WILLIAM WILSON COKER 
M.D.; b. 1840. Prepared in the Royal Coll. of 
Surg., Eng. L. R. C. P., Ireland, 1872. At one 
time Phys., 2802 Archer Ave., Chicago. Died My 
1, 1909, Chicago. 

FRANK C. CULLEN 
Professor; M.D. M.D., Rush Med. CoU., 1887. 
Prof., Orthopedic Surg., Harvard Evening Med. 
Coll., 1896. Formerly located at 561 W. 12th St., 
Chicago. t 

*JOHN HOWARD DAVIS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp. At 

one time located at New Carlisle, Ind. Deceased. 

FRANK E. DUCKWORTH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located in 
Freeport, Ill.t 

CLIFFORD P. FALL 
M.D.; b. F 9, 1863, Thorntown, Ind.; s. David 
and Anna (Kemodle) Fall. Prepared in Sugar 
Plain H.S. and Danville Central Norm. Coll. 
Gen. Med. practice, Beatrice, Neb.; Owner of 
Beatrice Sanitarium, a 25 bed Surg. Hosp. and 
Tr. Sch., do. 1st Lt., Spanish-Am. War. Mem., 
A. F. A. M., 32°; B. P. O. E. Married Anna 
Kemper, Je 19, 1885, Aurora, Neb. Children: 
Hazel Helen, b. Ag 14, 1891; Frederick K., b. Ja 
27, 1903. Address, 701 N. 9th St., Beatrice, Neb., 
bus. add., 112H N. 6th, do. 

DAVID WILLIAM FELTENSTEIN 
Banker; M.D.; b. Mr 13, 1869, New York City; 
s. Israel and Betsy Feltenstein. Address, 1615 
BellAve., St. Joseph, Mo. -.bus. add., 1802 Commer- 
cial, do. 



WILLIAM STOWE FOWLER 
■■ Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 28, 1857; s. Edwin 
P. and Emeline B. (Spencer) Fowler. Address, 
Bakersfield, Calif. 

*JOHN FERGUSON GLOVER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Phys., South Hosp. for 
Insane, Evansville, Ind; Specialist in Neurol, and 
Psychiatry, 414 Upper 2nd St., do. Deceased. 

THOMAS J. HAINES 
Oculist and Aurist; M.D.; b. Je 5, 1853, Logan 
Co., O.; s. John H. and Lydia Ann (Hole) Haines. 
Intern, Cook Co. Hosp. and 111. Eye and Ear 
Infirmary, Chicago. Married Dr. Blanche Moore, 
My 15, 1890. Address, 115 Main St., Three 
Rivers, Mich. 

*BARTLETT YANCEY HARRIS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Jl 26, 1851, Guilford, Co., 
N.C.; s. Joseph and Harriett (Howerton) Harris. 
Prepared in Hillsdale Acad. . and New Garden 
Boarding Sch. Phys., Humboldt Co. Hosp., Alms 
House, and Jail, 1895-99; A. A. Surg., P. H. M. 
H.S., 1893-1904; Quarantine Serv.; Pres., Hum- 
boldt Co. Bd of Health, 1895-98; Pres., Bd. Ex- 
amining Surgs., N.W. Dist. of Calif., for Pension 
Bureau, 1894-1904. Located in Eureka, Calif., 
1888-1905; San Francisco, 1905—. Married Jennie 
Oveta Campbell, Ag 12, 1874. Children: Harriet 
I., b. Je 2, 1875; Tille H., b. Je 18, 1880. Died 
Je 5, 1921, San Francisco. 

*HENRY A. HOLLIDAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly located at Amery, Wis. Deceased. 

DAVID PECK HUESTON 
M.D.; b. Ja 27, 1850, Butler Co., O.; s. Ralph 
and Eliza (Peck) Hueston. Married Cora M. 
Bonesteel, 1881, Decatur, 111. Address, 1020 N. 
Main St., Jacksonville, 111. 

DAVID THOMAS JONES 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 23. 1860; s. Thomas 
(b. Wales) and Winnifred (Lewis) Jones (b. do.). 
Prepared in Acad. Dept., Downer Coll., Fox Lake 
Wis. Valedictorian, 1888. Located in Chilton, 
Wis., 1888-91; Wausau, Wis., 1891—. Mem., 
District Examing Bd., 1917-18. Married Mr 22, 
1888, Chilton, Wis, Children: Merritt La Count, 
b. Mr 17, 1890; Winnfield David, b. Jl 31, 1896 
(died O 20, 1912). Address, 506 3rd St., Wausau. 
Wis. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS MALONE 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1862. Cook Co. Hosp., 
Chicago. Formerly at 324 Madison St., Milwau- 
kee. Mem., A. M. A. (Fellow). Address, 757 
Shephard Ave., Milwaukee; bus. add., 611 Caswell 
Bldg., do.t 

FITCH C. E. MATTISON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 4, 1861, Louis- 
ville, Ky.; s. Samuel J. and Catharine C. (Jennings) 
Mattison. Prepared in Z. Taylor Pindell Acad., 
Annapolis, Md., and Md. Institute. Phi Rho 
Sigma; Chm., Ex. Com., Class of 1888. Gen. 
Med. and Surg, practice, Chicago, 1888-98; Gen. 
Surg, practice, Pasadena, Calif., 1898 — ; Pres., 
Staff, Los Angeles Co. and Pasadena Hosps. M. 
R. C, U. S. A., World War. Auth.: Articles on 
Surg. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°, K. T., Shrine; 
Calif, State Med. Soc. (Ex-Pres.); So. Calif. Med. 
Soc; Los Angeles Clinical and Pathol. Soc. Mar- 
ried Helen H. Blake, 1889, Chicago. Child, Bess 
E., b. 1890. Address, 295 W. Calif. St., Pasadena, 
Calif.; bus. add.. Chamber of Commerce Bldg., do. 

♦ROBERT R. MICHAEL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly located at 
Eureka, Calif. Deceased. 



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*ERNEST J. MILLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1854. Died N 19, 
1906, at his home in Sycamore, 111. 

FR.\NK L. MYERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Sheldon, lat 

*GEORGE MYRON NESBIT 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Cook Co. 
Hosp", Chicago. 1887. Died Je 25, 1915, Water- 
loo, la. 

HENRY FREDERICK PETERSEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. .\g 31, 1S54, Hanover, 
Ger.;" s. Henry and Marie (Niebuhr) Petersen. 
Prepared in Hanover Xorni. and Goettingen Univ. 
Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, Dundee, 111. Mem., 
Congr. Church. Married Mabel 11, Preston, N 14, 
1SS9. Elgin, 111. Children: Max, b. 1890; Elsa, 
b. 1891; Maritz, b. 1893; Waldcmar, b. 1895; 
Dorothea, b. 1900. Address, Dundee, 111. 

*OSCAR F. PILE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Cook Co. 
Hosp., Chicago, 1887. Formerly at Market and 
Jones Sts., ^Iemphis, Mo.; U. S. pension examiner. 
Mem., A. M. A. (Fellow); Tri-State Med. Assn. 
Died F 12, 1911, Memphis, Mo. 

*BRUNO VON SCHALLERN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 
Chicago, 1885-87. Located at Ripon, Wis.; Fort 
Lauderdale, Fla. Mem., A. M. A. Deceased. 

,* JOSEPH J. SELBACH 
M.D.; b. 1865. Mem., Intercounty Med. Soc. 
(Sec. and Treas.). Died My 25, 1911,1 Sacred 
Heart Hosp., Eau Claire, Wis. 



*SCHUYLER F. SHIDLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Asst., Chem., Coll. of 
Med., 1887-88. Died Ja 3, 1903, Sheridan, Mo. 

JAMES G. SINCLAIR 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1885. M.D., Chicago 
Coll. of Med. and Surg., 1883. Clin. Instr., Med., 
Coll. of Med., 1895-97. Gen. Med. practice, Chi- 
cago; formerly at 3455 Cottage Grove Ave., do. 
Address, 5150 Indiana Ave., Chicago. t 



OTTO WILLIAM STAIB 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 25, 1857, Ger.; 
s. L. F. and Henrietta (Benkiser) Staib. Pre- 
pared in Gymnasium Sch., Stuttgart, Ger., 1876, 
Univ. of Tubingen, 1880, and Univ. of Berlin, 
1887. Ger. Army, 1882-1884. Mem., A. M. A.; 
111. State Med. Soc; Kane Co. Med. Soc; Modern 
Wooduii-n; Maccabees; C. of H. Married Luise 
F. Mower, 1882. Children: Otto, b. 1882; Her- 
man, b. 1884; Carl. b. 1885; Henry, b. 1891; 
Frederick, b. 1893; Louise Marion, b. 1894. Ad- 
dress, Bartlett, 111. 

*JAMES T. STANTON 
Phys. and Surg., M.D. At one time located at 
194 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. Deceased. 

• *CHARLES STERLING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1855. Gen. Med. 
practice, Oakland, Calif. Died N 28, 1918. 

WALTER B. STEWART 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 13, 1860; s. John W. (b. 
Jl 24, 1825, Albany, N.Y.) and Letitia (Whitten) 
Stewart (b. Je 30, 1833, Ottawa, Can.). Prepared 
in Wilmington H.S.; U. of I., 1881-84 (Chem. 
Course) and Chicago Coll. of Pharm., 1885-86. 
Joliet, 111., 1888—. Mem., Exemption Bd., 
1917-18. Married Gertrude Sawyer, Ja 22, 1902, 
Joliet, 111. Address, 706 Western Ave., Joliet, 111. 

WILLIAM BENTLEY TOWLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Appointed to Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1887.$ 

HOWARD EUGENE WHITE 
Retired; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1887. For- 
merly Phys. and Surg., Logan, O. Address, Logan, 
O.t " 

LUTHEli R. WILLIAMSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1887. 
Formerly located at 844 Racine Ave., Milwaukee.! 

*JOHN JAMES WOOD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 
1887-88. At one time located at Ironwood, Mich. 
Deceased. 

DANIEL BALDWIN WYLIE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Cook Co. 
Hosp., Chicago, 1887. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, Salinas, Calif. t 



CLASS OF 1889 (34 LIVING, 16 DEAD) 



SAMUEL F. BORLAND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located 
at 191 Clybourn PI., Chicago. J 

WILLIAM E. BURCKY 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 5, 1853, Chicago; a. 
Frederick and Susan (Berdell) Burcky. Married 
Sylvia H. Grossmann, O 1889. Child, Frederic 
William, b. D 5. 1890. Address. 6641 Halsted 
St., Chicago. 

♦GEORGE MORRIS CADY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located 
at 719 W. Harrison St., Chicago; Asst., Chem., 
Coll. of Med., 1887-88. Deceased. 

CHAUNCEY W. CARGILL 
M.D.; b. S 29, 1865, Ma.son City, 111.; s. Mary 
(Phipps) Cargill. Mem., K. P.; Mod. Woodman. 
Married Carrie Warnock, 1892, Jamestown, N. 
Dak. Children: Louise, b. 1893; Joe, b. 1895. 
Address. 405 E. Chestnut St., Mason City, 111. 

FRANKLIN SNOW CHENEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 9, 1864, San Francisco; 



s. David B. and Sarah C. H. (Snow) Cheney. 
Prepared in Elgin Acad., 1880; A.B., Denison 
Univ., 1885; A.M., do., 1888; attended Univ. of 
Chicago, 1880-83. Psi Upsilon (Univ. of Chicago) ; 
Phi Rho Sigma. Lecturer on Obstetrics, Coll. of 
Med., 1893-94; Asst. Prof., Pediatrics, do., 1900-04. 
Married Leila L. Day, S 28, 1892, Lima, O. (Died). 
Children: Constance and Dorothy. Address, 2127 
W. 110th St., Chicago; bus. add.. Room 1620, 105 
S. La Salle St., do. 

HARVEY R. CRONK 
M.D.; b. N 8, 1860; s. Harvey and Ellen (Reed) 
Cronk. Local Bd., 130, Selective Service, World 
War. Married Lucy Morton, Ap 19, 1889, New 
York. Child, Harvey Morton, b. Ja 31, 1890. 
Address, 257 W. 100th St., New York. 

ISAAC FORY CROSBY 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 2, 1804, Albany, 111.; 
s. I. B. and Elizabeth (Marshall) Crosby. A.B., 
No. III. Coll. Gen. Med. practice, Stuart, la., 
31 yrs. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; A. M. A. 
(Fellow). Married Marie E. Bartley, My 1902, 
Atlantic, la. Children: Harold B., b. 1900; A. 
Marion, b. 1909. Address, Stuart, la. 



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WILLIAM H. DEMPSTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1S88. 
At one time located at Bruning, Neb. J 

BERNARD F. DOUGHERTY 
M.D.; b. Ap 16, I860; s. William and Sophia 
(O'Donnell) Dougherty. A.M., Trinity Coll., 
Dublin, 1877; M.D., do., 1879. Located in Chari- 
ton, la. Married Barbara E. Schlenz, D 7, 1889. 
Address, 115 Main St., Chariton, la. 

H. FRANKLIN EAMES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. ; b. My 30, 1859, Masham, 
P. Q., Canada; s. Horace William and Asenath 
(Mougin) Eames. B.S., Valparaiso Univ., 1884. 
Married Emma Frances Baker, Ap 7, 1887, Wan- 
ceda, Mich. Children: Daughter, Mrs. O. F. 
Meredith, b. Mr 12, 1889; Chas. E., b. O 28, 1890; 
Enid Frances, b. S 7, 1892; Frank, b. Ag 9, 1895; 
Bernice Dorothy, b. Mr 13, 1898 (Died Je 2, 1918) ; 
Spencer William, b. My 20, 1902; Harold Edmond, 
b. Ap 13, 1905. Address, Egg Harbor, Wis. 

JAMES HENRY EDDY 
M.D.; b. F 14, 1863, ShelbyviUe, 111., s. William 
and Mary Jane (Roberts) Eddy. Address, Lake- 
wood, 111. 

HARRY P. EWING 

Phys. and Surg., M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1888. 
At one time located in Bessemer, Mich.; later at 
389 S. Halsted St., Chicago.}: 

*MARSH C. GILMORE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1888. 
Deceased. 

ISIDOR GLUCK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Oculist and Aurist, 
Omaha, Neb. Address, Barker Blk., Omaha, 
Neb.t 

*WILLIS A. GODARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1887. 
Formerly at 728 Belmont Ave., Chicago. De- 
ceased. 

THOMAS J. GRACE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1888. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
Clarks Mills, Pa.t 

*ALBERT STONE GRAY 
M.D.; b. 1864. M.D., Bennett Coll. of Ec- 
lectic Med. and Surg., 1887. Auth.: Newspaper 
Articles on Health Topics. Died D 17, 1917, 
St. Luke's Hosp., Chicago. 

♦OLIVER HEBERT 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1855. Formerly of Mil- 
waukee; spent several years in Colo, for his health. 
Died Ap 26, 1912, on his ranch near Grand Junc- 
tion, Colo. 

GEORGE BARNARD HIBBS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. M.D., Coll. 
of Phys. and Surgs., Keokuk, la., 1885. Gen. 
Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. (Fellow). Ad- 
dress, Mitchellville, la.f 

FRANCIS D. HOLBROOK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located at 
292 Belden Ave., Cliicago.t 

ALFRED WILLIAM HORNBOGEN 
(Brother of Harry J., '94) 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 31, 1866, Reeds, Minn.; 
s. Carl W. (b. 1826, Weimar, Saxony) and Geor- 
giana (Anding) Hornbogen (b. Hesse-Cassel, Ger.). 
Prepared in Reeds, Minn. Valedictorian, Class 
of 1889. Univ. of Vienna, 1912. Intern, Cook 



Co. Hosp., O 1889-Ap 1891; Pvt. Practice, Port 
Washington, Wis., Ap 1891-Ap 1899; Marquette, 
Mich., Ap 1899 — . Mem., Med. Advisory Bd.; 
Mich. State Council of Nat. Defense, Med. Sec- 
tion; Chairman, Marquette Alger Co., do. Fellow, 
Am. Coll. of Surg.; do., A. M. A.; State Delegate, 
A. M. A.; Mich. State Med. Soc. (Ex-Pres.). 
Mem., Marquette and Alger Co. Med. Societies. 
Married Mary Osborne, Je 12, 1901, Consecon, 
Ont., Can. Address, 507 Spruce St., Marquette, 
Mich.; bus. add.. Savings Bank Bldg., do. 

♦ADRIAN REGINALD KARREMAN 

Physician; M.D. Prepared in Univ. of Mich., 

1888 and Rush Med. Coll., 1889. Died S 29, 1919. 



PHILIP A. KENNICOTT 
M.D.; b. My 3, 1864; s. Alonzo (b. N. Y., 1826) 
and Catherine Adelia (Phillips) Kennicott (b. 
1832, N.Y.). Prepared in No. Ind. State Norm. 
Sch. Located in Shermerville, 111., 1889-91; Glen- 
view, do., 1891-1902; Palmyra, Va., 1902-1909; 
Augustana Hosp., Chicago, 1909-10. Mem., M. 
E. Church. Married Je 28, 1893, Glenview, 111. 
Children: Philip A., Jr., b. Je 8, 1895; Joyce L., 
b. Jl 14, 1899; Catherine A., b. Ap 24, 1906. 
Address, Woodbine, Kan. 



♦FREDERICK AUGUST LEUSMAN 
Pharm. and Phys.; M.D.; Pb.G., 1881; b. 1853, 
Breslau, Ger. Prepared in Gymnasium Sch. Ap- 
prenticed to F. Oswald, Ger., 1873-75. Phys. and 
Pharm., 270 E. Huron St., Chicago; Instr., Genito- 
urinary diseases, Coll. of Med., 1893-96; Prof., 
Clin, and Genito-Urinary Surg., Jenner Med. Coll.; 
Attending surg., Ger.-Am. Hosp. Mem., A. M. A. 
Died Ag 3, 1913, St. Josephs Hosp., Chicago. 



' FRANK T. LIDDY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1887. Address, 3201 Wallace St., Chicago.t 

FRANK CUTLER LINDEN 
Physician; IM.D.; b. S 19, 1860; s. Robert J. 
and Marie (DeLeo) Linden. Prepared in Phila- 
delphia Pub. Schs. and Chester, (Pa.) Mil. Acad. 
Alpha Phi Mu. Prof., Principles and Practice of 
Med.; Ex-Pres., Jenner Med. Coll. A. F. A. M.; 
K. T, 32°; Noble, Mystic Shrine. Lt., American 
Protective League, 1918. Married Jessie D. Vos- 
burgh, Ap 23, 1884. Child, Robert F., b. Mr 24, 
1885. Address, 3045 Jackson Blvd., Chicago; 
bus. add., 1901 S. Halsted St., do. 

ARTHUR LOEWY 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 29, 1867; s. Lewis (b. 
Aus.) and Rose (Heller) Loewy (b. Bohemia). 
Prepared in Austin H. S. Physician, Dunning, 
111.; do., Elgin, 111.; do.. Oak Park, 111. Mem.j 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. 
Married Cecilia Metz, Mr 14, 1910, Chicago. 
Children: Katherine, b. Ja 26, 1911; Cecele, b. 
N 18, 1912; Arthur Jr., b. My 15, 1918. Address, 
181 Marion St.. Oak Park, 111. 

♦JAMES OLIVER LUCE 



♦EDWIN A. McCORNACK 
M.D.; b. F 8, 1854, Rutland Tp., 111.; s. Alex- 
ander and Margaret (Eakin) McCornack. Pre- 
pared in Elgin Acad. M.D., Bennett Coll. of 
Eclectic Med., 1881. Mem., Congr. Church; A. 
F. A. M.; Kane Co. Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc; A.M. A. Mem., Local draft Bd. 2. Married 
Rhoda E. Harrison, Mr 29, 1883, Bethlehem, 
Conn. Children: Wallace, b. Mr 3, 1884; Alex- 
ander E., b. F 20, 1885; Margaret H., b. F 28, 
1894; Clark Harrison, b. Je 23, 1895. Died Ap 
14, 1921, Elgin, 111. 



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♦EUGENE MARTIN 
Phys. and Surg.: M.D.; b. 1S66. Gen. Med. 
practice, 5130 Indiana Ave., Chicago. Deceased. 

EDMOND R. MORAS 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.: b. 1S65. M.D., Har- 
vard Med. Sch., 1S88. Lecturer, Obstetrics, Coll. 
of Med., 1895-97. Address, Highland Park, lU.t 

ARCHIBALD J. MORTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp.. 1882. 
At one time located at Draper, la. J 

♦LESLIE E. MOVERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. Gen. Med. 
practice. Fairdale, 111. Died S 2, 1902, Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 

♦JOHN R. MUNFORD 
M.D.; b. 1860. Mem., A. M. A., (Fellow). 
Died about Ja 18, 1916, Pittsburgh. 

EIMER ONSTOTT 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 4, 1861; s. Henry and 
Sarah Ann (Samms) Onstott. B.S., Grove City 
Coll.. 188.5. Benson Gold Medal; Faculty Medal, 
1SS8-9. Gen. Med. practice, St. Petersburg, Pa., 
1SS9-93: Salt^burg, do., 1S93— . Voluntary Med. 
Sorv. Corps. Mem., Ind. Co. Med. Soc; Pa. 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Emma J. 
KeUy. My 29, 1895. Address, Saltsburg. Pa. 

♦WILLIAM R. OWEN 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1840. Appointed to 
Cook Co. Hosp., 1886. Formerly of Sublette, 
HI. Died Ag 27, 1905, Minneapolis. 

♦W. I. PHAR 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Teachers Certificate 
before entering Coll. of Med.; attended Belle- 
vue Med. Coll., N.Y. Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago. 
Deceased. 

♦JAMES WILLIAM PORTER 

Physician; M.D.; b. 1853. M.D., Coll. of Phys. 

and Surgs., Keokuk, 1878. At one time located 

in Carthage, Ind. Died S 28, 1912, Hedrick, la. 

GEORGE A. POST 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 22, 1866, N. Y.; s. Jacob 
and Slargaret (Kuney) Post. Prepared in Chit- 
tenango (N. Y.) H. S. Pb.B., Wheaton Coll., 
Wheaton. 111., 1885. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago. 
Mem., Ben Hur; Columbian Circle; Maccabees. 
Married May Guernsey, Jl 21, 1891. Child, Helen, 
b. Je 23, 1892. Address, 12130 Normal Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 554 W. 120th St., do. 

PRESTON POWEL 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 20, 1867; s. Charles- 
worth (b. S 5, 18.35, Philadelphia) and Rachel 
E. (Milligan) Powel (b. F 28, 1847, Bellefontaine, 
O.). Prepred in Taylorville, 111. Asst., Eye and 
Ear, and Genito Urinary Depts., Dispensary 
Clinics, 1889-1900; Located in Mena.sha, Wis., 
1895; Adair. la.. 1899; Edinburg, 111., 1900; Pen- 
sion Examiner. Neenah. Wis., My 18, 1899. Mem. 
of Local Exemption Bd., Adair Co., la., Jl 31, 
1917. Married Lizzie Berry, Mr 2.5, 1891, Edin- 
burg, 111. Child, Ida Elizabeth, b. Ag 23, 1905. 
Address, Adair, la. 

JAY HAYDEN RADLEY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 16. 1863, Pawpaw. 

III.; s. Anderson Clayton (b. Ja 14, 1827, Florida 

Tp.. N.Y.) and Mary Vashti (Hayden) Radley 



(b. 1840, Jackson Co., Mich.). Prepared in East 
PawPaw Sem. Gold Medal for Scholarship. 
Class Pres. Phys. and Surg., Hinckley, 111., 
1889-1900; New York, 1890-1904; Youngstown, 
O., 1904-09; New York, 1909—. Auth.; Phys. 
rs Med. Methods of Treatment, Med. World, Air 
1915; "Rot" and Results, The Lancet-Clinic, Jl 
25, 1914; Spinal Subluxations — Their Nature and 
Cause, Med. Record, Ag 1, 1914; Spinal Subluxa- 
tions — Their Effects, Scope, Limitations, and Re- 
sults of Treatment, Am. Medicine, Ag 1914; Chaos 
of Cause, Cure and Cults, do., Ja 1917. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E. Married Minnie E. 
Herbell, F 20, 1895, New York. Address, 112 
W. 71st St., New York. 



FREDERICK W. ROGERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Milwaukee 
Co. Hosp., 1888. Address, Hartford, Wis.t 

CHARLES EMERSON SOULE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 11, 1S63, Rochester, 
Wis.; s. Elvirus and Mary Jane (Thomas) Soule 
Prepared in Rochester Seminary, Rochester, Wis 
Gen. Med. practice, Mt. Vernon, Wis., 1889-93 
Sheridan, 111., 1893-1902; Beardstown, do., 1902—, 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Cass Co. Med. Soc. Married Nellie Spaulding 
S 27, 1906, Davenport, la. Address, 114 W. 4th 
St., Beardstown, 111. 



♦SAMUEL CALHOUN STREMMEL 
M.D.; b. 1863. Surg-in-Chief, Marietta Phelps 
Hosp., Macomb, 111. Mem., Macomb Bd. of 
Health, 20 years. Fellow, A. M. A. Died Jl 
24, 1918. 

CHARLES C. TERRY 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1866. Cook Co. Hosp. 
Address, 905 W. Colfax Ave., South Bend, Ind.; 
bus. add., 129 Lafayette St., do.f 

EDGAR S. WALFORD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 27, 1864, Grass 
Lake, Mich.; s. Zilpha (Brown) Walford. Mar- 
ried O 30, 1889. Addres.% 1564 Woodward Ave., 
Detroit; 6ms. add., 202 Woodland Ave., do. 

THOMAS M. WALSH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. M.D., Ben- 
nett Med. Coll. Clin. Instr., Diseases of Children, 
Coll. of Med., 1892-93. Address, McCullough 
Bldg., Davenport, la.t 



HOMER S. WARREN 
Phys, and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 15, 1867; s. E. S. 
and Martha Warren. Prepared in Simpson Coll., 
la. Active Serv., World War. Phys. and Surg, 
Chicago, 1889 — . Married. Five children. Ad- 
dress, 5632 Sheridan Road, Chicago; bus. add., 
520 Wabash Ave., do. 



EDWARD L. WATSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 4, 1867, Algona. la.; 
8. H. F. and Mary (Livingston) Watson. Pre- 
pared in Algona (la.) H. S. Mem., A. F. A. M. 
Married Janet Smith, S 12, 1900. Address, Bode, 
la. 

WILLIAM CHARLES WERMUTH 
Surgeon; M.D.; Ph.G., 1885; b. 1863. Former- 
ly at 282 Bissell St., Chicago. Practice limited 
to Surg. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Edgewater 
Beach Hotel, Chicago; bus. add., 31 N. State St., 
do.t 



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CLASS OF 1890 (43 LIVING, 14 DEAD) 



*CHARLES D. ABBEY 
M.D.; b. 1848. Mem., 111. State Mod. Soc. 
Formerly at 831 47th St., Chicago. Died F 21, 
1909, Chicago. 

GEORGE D. BAGNALL 
Clerk of Courts; M.D.; b. D 12, 1866, Mill- 
brook, Pa.; s. George and Fannie (Bland) Bagnall. 
R.S., Grove City Coll., 1885. Address, Mercer, 
Pa. 

WILLIAM HARRISON BALLARD 

M.D.; b. My 26, 1857; s. N. E. and Matilda 
Catherine (Hitf) Ballard. Prepared in Elgin H. 
S. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°. Married Louise 
Baker, O 26, 1005. Address, 779 N. Marengo 
Ave., Pasadena, Calif.; bus. add., 230 Chamber of 
Commerce Bldg., do. 

BERNHARD F. BELLACK 
M.D.; b. F 24, 1862, Watcrtown, Wis.: s. Her- 
man and Jeanette (Wuschritz) Bellack. Prepared 
in Watertown H. S., Vienna Allgemeine Kranken- 
haus. Gold Medal, 1887-88, do., 1888-89. Mar- 
ried Marie Griswold, N 12, 1907. Children: 
Mary, b. N 20, 1908. Address, Columbus, Wis. 

O. PRESCOTT BENNETT 
(Father of Hazel, A.B. in L. A. & S., '16; Wayne 
R., B.S. in Commerce, '20) 
Physician and Surgeon; M.D.; b. Jl 4, 1868, 
Orland, Ind.; s. J. ts. (b. Bridgeport, Conn.) 
and Emma (Kimball) Bennett (b. Orland, 
Ind. Prepared in Orland H. S.; Mich. St. Norm. 
Sch.; Rush Med. Coll., 1888. Lecturer on Rhinol. 
and Laryngol., Coll. of Med., Spring of 1891-92. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ag 23, 1918- F 13, 1920; 
Maj., do., F 13, 1920- Jl 11, 1920; at nresent Maj., 
M. R. C. Married, Ithaca, N. Y. Children: 
Hazel Marguerite, b. F 8, 1894; Wayne R., b. 
D 6, 1898. Address, Washington, 111. 

FREDERICK JOHN BOWEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 11, 1865, Blockville, 
N. Y.; s. Joshua Danforth (b. Chautauqua Co., 
N. Y.) and Louise Emily (Babcock) Bowen (b. 
Irving, N. Y.). Prepared in South Bend (Ind.) 
H. S. Located in Tuscarora, N. Y., 1890-97; 
Mount Morris, do., 1897—. Mem., Bd. of U. S. 
Pension Examiners, 1897-1913; Coroner, Living- 
ston Co., 1898—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Je 
1918-Ja 1919; do., O. R. C, Ja 16, 1920. Married 
Hattie Amanda Whitney, Je 30, 1891, Wiscoy, 
N. Y. (died F 7, 1920) . Children: Grant Whitney, 
b. Ja 13, 1895; Luella Louise, b. Je 1897. Address, 
Mount Morris, N. Y. 

*PAUL LOUIS BRICK 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1846. Gen. practice. Le- 
Mars, la., 35 yrs.; Local Surg., 111. Central R. R., 
Pres., Local Bd. of Pension Examining Surgs; 
Mem., State Commission on Insanity. Mem.. 
A. M. A. Died O 14, 1910, St. Joseph Hosp., 
Sioux City, la. 

THOMAS EDWARD COLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Copk Co. Hosp., 1888. ^ 
Gen. Med. practice. Address, LeMars, la.t 

MATTHEW CORBETT 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 10, 1863, Rothsay, Ont.; 
s. John (b. 1824, Ireland) and Margaret (Clark) 
Corbett (b. New Castle, Ont.). Prepared in 
Elora H. S., Mt. Forest Model Sch. and Ottawa 
Norm. Sch. Studied with Dr. E. A. Hall, Glom- 
mis, Ont. Clin. Instr., Gynecol, and Surg., Coll. 
of Med., 1892-1900. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Julia 



M. Leinen, O 26, 1904, Chicago (died My 21, 1917). 
Children: Mary Margaret, b. N 14, 1905; John 
Henry, b. Ag 23, 1911. Address, 2314 W. 12th 
St., Chicago. 

SVENNING DAHL 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Mr 11, 1857, St. Aistrup, 
Denmark; s. Soren and Kristine (Jonathansen) 
Dahl. A.B., Univ. of Copenhagen, 1886; Ph.B., 
do., 1887; McWilliams Gold Medal. Post-grad, 
work, Post-Grad. Med. Sch., Chicago, 1892, Ber- 
lin, 1897, Frieburg, Ger., 1898. Intern, Gor- 
Hosp., Chicago, 1889; Gen. Med. practice, 1890; 
Attending Phys., Tabitha Hosp., 1891-95; At- 
tending Surg., Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess 
Home and Hosp., 1897 — .; Instr., Surg., Coll. of 
Med., 1899-19]0;visitedHosps. of Europe, 1907-08, 
Prof., Clin. Surg., Chicago Coll. of Med. and 
Surg., 191.5 — : Re-examiner during draft of army. 
World War. Auth.; Several articles on Med. 
subjects. Mem., Scandinavian-Am. Med. Soc. 
(Pres., 1909-10). A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc. 
Married Anna Jensen, My 20, 1894, Hutchinson, 
Minn, (died 1906); Lila Mosey, O 17, 1908, Le- 
land. 111. Address, 2029 Pierce Ave., Chicago. 

ULYSSES GRANT DARLING 
Neurologist; M.D.; b. 1866; At one time lo- 
cated at 3201 Washington Blvd., Chicago; 7 W. 
Madison St., do.; Clin. Instr., Nervous Diseases 
Coll. of Med., 1896-98; Asst. Prof., Neurol., do. 
1902-06; A.?st. Prof., Neurol, and Psychiatry, do. 
1908-14. Prof., Neurol., Jenner Med. Coll., 1918 
Mem., A. M. A. (Fellow). Address, 31 N. State 
St., Chicago.t 

OSCAR DODD 
Physician: M.D.; b. Ag 20, 1864, Rosendale, 
Wis.; s. Bushnell (b. Vt.) and Margaret (Murray) 
Dodd (b. Prince Edward Island). Prepared in 
H. S. Grad. work, Univ. of Vienna, 1892; Univ. 
of Heidelberg, 1892. Gen. Med. practice, Chi- 
cago, 1893 — . Clin. Instr., Diseases of Eye and 
Ear, Coll. of Med., 1893-95. Married Agnes T. 
Sheldon, My 18, 1898, Topeka, Kan. Children: 
Dorothy, b. Ja 20, 1900; Charles Ward, b. Je 2, 
1902; Margaret, b. Jl 13, 1907. Address, 1419 
Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111.; 6ms. add., 1604 
Chicago Ave., do. 

EDWARD ALEXANDER DOEPP 
Surgeon; M.D.; F 14, 1866; s. William and 
Paulina (Stoltz") Doepp. Prepared in H. S. Surg., 
I. C. Ry.; do., Chicago & Interurban Traction Co. 
Mem., B. P. O. E. Married Emilie Uhlich, D 
14, 1892. Children: Hilbert, b. Jl 18, 1895; Wil- 
liam, b. F 11. 1899. Address, 363 Gregory St., 
Blue Island, 111. 

BENEDICT EINARSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Univ. of Mich., 
1882. Address, 535 W. 63rd St., Chicago.t 

JAMES P. ELLIS 
(Cousin of Clarence Pitney, '97, B.S.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mv 14, 1857, Ghent, Ky.; 
s. David (b. F 4, 1826, Bourbon Co., Ky.) and 
Eliza (Fisher) Ellis (b. S 17, 1833, Ghent, Ky.). 
PreDared in H. S. Physician, Augusta, 111.; 
Mayor, do., 1914-16. Address, Augusta, 111. 

JOHN DUNHAM GILBERT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 5, 1864, Stratford, 
Conn.; s. John Dimham and Harriet Gilbert. 
Prepared in H S. Mem., Epis. Church. Married 
Adeline Cranlev, Mv 1, 1906. Children: John 
Dunham, b. Ag 6, 1907; Wendell, b. Ap 5, 1909. 
Address, Carlton, Minn. 



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♦FREDERICK WILLIAM EMIL HENKEL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., ISSl; b. My 31. 
185S. Hustisford. Wis.; s. Frederick (b. 1827. Ger.) 
and Wilhelmine (Schocne) Henkel (b. 1837, Ger.). 
Prepared in N. W. I'niv. Grad. work, Univ. of 
Berlin, Ger., six months. Druggist, Chicago, 
1881-90; Med. practice, ilo., 1890-1907; Lecturer, 
Materia Med.. CoU. of Med., 1893-96; Instr.. 
GynecoL, do.. 1894-1904. Located in Silverton, 
Colo., 1908-20; Rifle, do., 1920. Mem., VoL Med. 
Serv. Corps. N 9. 1918—. Mem., San Juan Med. 
Soc. (Sec); Colo. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 7th 
Pan-Am. Med. Cong. Married Marie H. Hoerbor, 
D 24, 18S9, Chicago. Children: Frederick W., 
b. O 19, 1890; Marie Iloerber, b. Ag 29, 1892; 
Helene C. b. S 3. 1896. Deceased. 

CHARLES J. HEYLMANN 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1885; b. Ag 10, 1858, 
Chicago; s. Charles (b. 1820, Altona, Den.) and 
Angelica (Weidner) Heylmann (b. 1838, Bern- 
castle, Ger.). Prepared in Pub. Seh. Grad. 
work, Univ. of Munich, 1890. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Chicago. Chicago Med. Soc; Am. Assn. 
Progressive Med.; K. of C; Forresters; Press Club. 
Address, 1436 Hood Ave.. Chicago; bus. add., 6205 
Broadway, do. 

GUSTAV A. HIPKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 25, 1867, New 
Holstein. Wis.; s. Jacob (h. 1834, Ger.) and Eli- 
zabeth (Schroeder) Hipke (b. 1837, do.). Prepared 
in Lawrence Univ., Appleton, Wis. Philoma- 
thean Soc. Valedictorian. Located in Casco, 
Wi.s., 1889-1890: Univs. of Berlin and Vienna, 1900; 
Prof, of Obst., P & S. Med. Sch., Milwaukee, 1903- 
12; Milwaukee Med. Coll., 1913-14. Surg., S. A. 
T. C. Unit, Sch. of Engineering, 1917-18. Mem., 
A. M. A.; Wis. Med. Soc; Milwaukee Co. Med. 
Soc. Married Clara B. BeUtz, Ag 12, 1890, New 
Holstein, Wis. Children: Lucius W., b. Mr 19, 
1S96; Malcolm M., b My 21, 1901. Address, 1240 
Wells BIdg., Milwaukee, Wis. 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN HOOPER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Gen. Med. 

practice, Stigler, Okla.; at one time located in 

Magazine, Ark.; later at Stigler, Okla. Mem., 

Ark. Med. Soc. Address, Wetumka, Okla.f 

♦ALFRED GRANT HOPKINS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1850. Gen. Med. 
practice, Burlington, la. Died My 5, 1917, Bur- 
lington, la. 

ROBERT R. HOUSTON 

JAMES J. HOWARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1855. Attended 
Univ. of Mich., 1875-76. Address, Columbus, 
Wis-t 

JOSEPH HENRY HUENNEKENS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1856. Mem., A. M. 
A. Address, 447 3rd Ave., Milwaukee; bus. add., 
331 Grove St., t/o.t 

♦VINCENT REDMAN JACKSON 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1S55. Surg, of Bat. A., 
III. Nat. Guard, Spanish-Am. War. Died F 14, 
1916, Milwaukee. 

FRANCIS LEBARON JENNEY 
Phy.sician; M.D.; b. D 6. 1869, Chicago; b. 
William LeBaron and Elizabeth Hannah (Cobb) 
Jenncy. Prepared in Man. Tr. Sch., Chicago. 
Grad. work in Mf;d., Johns Hopkins Hosp., Bal- 
timore. 1890-91; Domon.strator, Anat., Coll. of 
Med., 1891, Spring Term; Berlin and Vienna, 1S91- 
93. Med. Dir., Federal Life Ins. Co., and Sec, 
Med. Section, Am. Life Convention. Mem., Ist 
Unitarian Church: Chicago Literary Chib; A. M. P. 
O. Married Winifred Ament, Ag 21, 1907. Chil- 



dren: William, b. N 6, 1895; Hazel Preston, b. Jl 25, 
1901. Address. 5714 Kenwood Ave., Chicago; 
6ms. add., 168 N. Michigan Ave., do. 

LAMOILE RUSH KING 
Specialist; M.D.; b. 1804. JOye, Ear, Nose, 
and Throat Specialist, Junction City, Kan. Mem., 
A. M. A. Address, Junction City, Kuii.t 

JOHN JAMES KLEMME 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 24, lS{i7, JoUet, III.; 
s. John (b. 1S2S, River N<>isse, Uptur Silesia, Ger.) 
and Anna Loviise (Kgpert) Klemnie (b. lS2f), Ham- 
burg, do.). Prepared in Joliot Schs. and St. 
Josephs Coll., Teutoplis, 111., 1882-86. Class Sec. 
Gen. Med. practice, Strawn, 111., 1890-15. Address, 
123 S. Eastern Ave., Joliet, 111. 

♦WILLIAM SHERMAN LEITER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1860. Gen. JVIed. 
practice, Claypool, Ind. Mem., A. M. A. Died 
Ja 12, 1911, Claypool, Ind. 

♦NICHOLS E. LENTES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Bennett Med. 
Coll., 1886. Formorlv located at 937 Lincoln 
Ave., Chicago. Died N 18, 1896, Chicago.- 

CHARLES WILLIAM LONG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1856. Attended 
Univ. of Mich., 1885; Chicago Med. Coll., 1887. 
St. Lukes Hosp., 1886; Mercy Hosp., 1887; Cook 
Co. Hosp., 1888. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
1318 Girard St., Los Angeles.t 

♦WILLIAM ALLAN MacFARLANE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1851. Gen. Med. 
practice. Mem., A. M. A. Died F 22, 1918, 
Chicago. 

JOHN McGUIRE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Specialist in Ortho- 
dontia, Chicago; formerly at 24 State St., New 
York City. Address, 2258 W. Monroe St., Chi- 
cago; bus. add., Michigan Blvd. Bldg., do.f 

♦HENRY BENNETTE McKLVEEN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Prepared in 

Notre Dame Acad. Gen. Med. practice, Coin, 

la.; Junction City, Kan. Died Ja 21, 1911, Los 

Angeles. 

♦CRAWFORD McWILLIAM 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1866. Mem., la. State 
Med. Soc. Died Ap 12, 1910, Ames, la. 

JOHN CHESTER MACK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1888. Address. McFeeley Hotel, Walla 
Walla, Wash.t 

HERMAN MAI 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1SS6; b. 1860, Ger. 
Apprenticed as Pharm. to C. W. Jacob, Chicago. 
Specialist in Urol.; at one time Phys., 208 E. North 
Ave., Chicago. Address, 435 W. North Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 32 N. State St., rfo.t 

♦JAMES HARVEY MANNY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Phys., la. State Insane 
Asylum; St. Elizabeth's Hosp., Chicago; formerly 
at 317 Belden Ave., do. Died D 6, 1897, Chicago. 

MORRIS MEYEROWITZ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Prepared in 
foreign schs. Gen. Med. practice. Address. 3136 
Douglas Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 1600 W. Roose- 
velt Rd., do.-f 

ERNEST MANNING MILLS 

Physician; M.D.; h. Ja 3, 1863, Clay, la.; s. 

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(Stone) Mills (b. Ashtabula Co., O.). Located 
in Kansas City, Kan., 1890-92; Payson, 111., 1892-99 
Colchester, 111., 1899-1900; Legrand, la., 1900—. 
Mem., Friends Church. Married Anna Burgess, 
S 20, 1892. Address, LeGrand, la. 

ANDONIRAM JUDSON MORSE 
Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 14, 1864, Randolph. Vt.; 
s. Aaron N. and Olivia A. (Bass) Morse. Prepared 
in Cathedral Sch., Fond du Lac, Wis. Maj. and 
Surg., Wis. Veterans Home, Wis. Capt. and Asst. 
Surg., 2nd Wis. Nat. Guard. Mem., Epis. Church; 
A. F. A. M. Married Margaret Honen, Je 15, 
1897. Children: Olivia; Edward W. B.; Mar- 
garet S.; Martha K.; Aaron S. J.; Seviah R. E. 
Address, Wis. Veterans Home, Wis. 

♦MAXIMILIAN MUFF AT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1852. Formerly 
located in Palatine, 111. Died S 30, 1902, Palatine, 
111. 

J. WILLIAM NIEUKIRK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Cook Co. 
Hosp. Address, 232 Taney St., Gary, Ind.; bus. 
add., Am. Bridge Hosp., do.f 

MELANCHTHON CAMERON PORTER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Gen. Med. 

practice, Topeka, Kan. Mem., A.M. A. Address, 

900 Buchanan St., Topeka, Kan.; bus. add., 735 

Kansas Ave., do.f 

*OTTO FRANK PROHASKA 
M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in West. Reserve 

Univ. Located in Cleveland, O. Died Mr 29, 

1908. 

ALBERT HENRY PURDY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Prepared in 

H. S. Specialist in Dermatol. Formerly at 1504 

Cedar St., and 307 Grand Ave., Milwaukee. 

Mem., A. M. A. Address, 1618 De la Vina St., 

Santa Barbara, Calif.t 

THOMAS EDWARD ROACH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1805. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Renovo, Pa.f 

ERNEST SHELLITO 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Cook Co. Hosp., 1887. 

Gen. Med. practice. Address, Marcellus, Mich.f 

HENRY SHERRY 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 5, 1853, Cleveland; 
parents b. in Eng. Prepared in Eureka Coll., 
Eureka, 111., 1873. Surg., 1st Rgt., 111. Nat. 
Guard, 1891-92. Married Lillian Briggs, 1883, 
Delaven, 111. (died Mr 1907) ; Gertrude Paine, 1911, 
Redlands, Calif. Children: Francis Clydell, b. 
1886 (died 1892); Leroy, b. 1898; Mildred Lucy, 
b. 1892. Address, 221 Fremont Ave., S. Pasadena, 
Calif.; bus. add., Chsnaher of Commerce Bldg., do. 

ROBERT MONTGOMERY STERRETT 
Author, Teacher and Lecturer; M.D.; b. Jl 8, 
1858, Princeton, Ind.; s. Alexander (b. Lafayette, 
Ind.) and Anna M. E. (Lagow) Sterrett (b. Prince- 
ton, Ind.). Prepared in Terre Haute (Ind.) H. S.; 
Indianapolis Med. Coll., 1878. Phys., Indiana- 
polis City Hosp.; Demonstrator, Surg. Pathol., 
Coll. of Med., 1891-92; Lecturer, Diseases of Chil- 
dren, Chicago Womens Med. Coll., 1891-92, one 
term; Phys., Peru, 111., 1897-99; do.. Providence, 
R. I., 1904-05; Entered Advertising field, (Foods 
and Dietetics) Postum Cereal Co., 1906-12; Adv. 
Mgr. for Denver Chemical Mfg. Co., 1912-17. 



Auth.: Elements of Dietetics and Nutrition, Pos- 
tum Cereal Co., 1909; other works of a dramatic 
nature and an opera entitled Goldcnstein. Mem., 
Authors League of Am. Married Ida Gallon 
Colby, 1882, Kansas City, Kan. Children: Robert 
M., Jr., b. 1883 (died 1894); Paul Colby, b. 1887 
(died Ag 1912); Grace Du Bois, b. 1890; Helen 
Margaret, b. 1894; Marian Elizabeth, b. 1896; 
George Alexander, b. 1905 (died 1905). Address, 
50 Terrace Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. 

ALBERT JAMES TILTON 
(Formerly Albert Elias James Tietin) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Prepared in 
Koensberg and Berlin, 1882-87. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice; formerly at 2200 Riverside Ave., IMinneapolis. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, Alden, Minn.f 

FRANKLYN JAMES TOWER 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 7, 1868, Chicago; s. 
Franklin Henry (b. Ja 4, 1847, 111.) and Mary 
(Doolan) Tower (b. Ag 2, 1845, Ireland). Pre- 
pared in Chicago Pub. Schs. and Ger.-Eng. Acad., 
Milwaukee. Located in Milwaukee, 1890-1901; 
Mex., 1901; Calif., 1902—. Govt. Appointment, 
World War Lecturer. Married Laura Emerson 
Walden, D 2, 1890, Chicago. Children: Berthold 
E., b. 1893 (died S 30, 1906); B. Allen, b. 1896; 
Kenneth Walden, b. 1899. Address, 114 Sapphire 
St., Redondo Beach, Calif.; bus. add.. Garland 
Block, do., and Title Ins. Bldg., Los Angeles. 

JAMES P. VALBY 
M.D.; b. O 30, 1856, Copenhagen, Den.; s. 
Jorgen P. Valby. Prepared in Chatfield (Minn.) 
H. S. Located in Chicago, 1890-91; Rice Lake, 
Wis., 1891-98; Viborg, S. Dak., 1898-1918; Sioux 
Falls, S. Dak., 1920. Surg., 162nd Inf., Camp 
Pike, Ark., S 10, 1917-Ja 14, 1918; honorable dis- 
charge for physical disability. Mem., A. F. A. 
M.; I. O. O. F.; L. O. O. M.; M. W. A. Married 
Ella I. Roth, Ja 31, 1895, Rock Lsland, 111. Ad- 
dress, 9th and Phillips Ave., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 

EDWARD W. WAHL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 21, 1867, Sterling, 
111. Appointed to Cook Co. Hosp. Mem., A. 
F. A. M. Maj., M. C. U. S. Army. Address, 
308 1st Ave., Sterling, 111. 

ADAM GEORGE WHITE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 21, 18.58, Aber- 
deen, Scotland; s. Adam and Jane (Littlejohn) 
White. Prepared in Collegiate Sch., Edinburgh, 
Scotland, 1871-73; Aberdeen Univ., Scotland, 
1874-75; Edinburgh Univ., 1879-80. Practical 
engineering, 18S1-87; Gen, Med. practice, Mil- 
waukee; Surg., Milwaukee Hosp. Surg. Staff, 1895- 
1919; formerly located at 214 23rd St., Milwaukee; 
Glenkindis Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 1919 — . 
Mem., Wis. State Med. Soc; Milwaukee Co. Med. 
Soc; A.M. A. Vol., M. R. C, U. S. A., World War. 
Married Katharine L. Ferguson, Je 29, 1897, 
Campbeltown, Scotland. Child, A. Duncan, b. 
My 24, 1898. Address, Glenkindis, Aberdeen- 
shire, Scotland. 

ROBERT MOZART WHITEHEAD 

♦CHARLES HENRY WHITMAN 
M.D.; b. 18.55. M.D., Bennett Med. Coll., 
1886. Prof., Clinical Surg., Med. Dept., Univ. of 
Southern Calif.; Supt., Los Angeles Co. Hosp., 
1909-17. Mem., A. M. A. (Fellow); Los Angeles 
Co. Med. Soc. (formerly Pres.); Los Angeles Co. 
Surg. Soc. (do.). Died Je 14, 1917, Los Angeles. 



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MARTIN CLARENCE BARBER 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 20. 1867; s. Samuel J. 

(b. 1837, Summerhill, N. Y.) and Julia H. (Smith) 

Barber (b. 1842, Verona, N. Y.). Prepared in 

Joliet H.S.; Class Sec; Hon. mention. Grad. 



work, N. Y. Post-grad. Med. Sch., 1901. Located 
in Apple River, 111., 1891-92; ShuUsburg, Wis., 
1892-1910; Medford, Ore., 1910—. Married Ther- 
esa TuRi Osborne, S 16, 1896, ShulLsburg, Wis. 
Children: Newell C, b. F 16, 1898 (died Ag 11, 
1918); J. Mercedes, (Mrs. W. A. Russel) b. Jl 
14, 1899. Address, 1211 W. Main St., Medford, 
Ore.; bus. add.. Suite 9, Palm Bldg., do. 



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ARTHUR JOSEPH BEHRENDT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G.. 18S6; b. D IS. 
1865, Ger.; s. Joseph and Ct.'celia Behrcndt. Mem. 
A. F. A. M . 33°. Married Anna Plummer, F 27, 
1S94. Huntington, Ini. Children: Mildred, b. 
O IS, 1S96; Florence, b. D 27, 1S9S; James, b. 
Ja 24. 1907. Address. 4220 N. Paulina St., Chi- 
cago; bus. add., 1967 Milwaukee Ave., do. 

DANIEL DAVID BRENGLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice.. 
Address, Perry, Okla.t 

CHARLES F. BROWN 
Pres. and Treas., Drug Co.; M.D.; b. Mr 12, 
1S67. Onargo. 111.; s. Lee C. and Mattie (Babcock) 
Brown. Prepared in H. S. and Grand Prairie 
Acad., Onarga, 111. Student Honor Roll, Coll. of 
Med. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago, 12 yrs.; 
Clin. Instr., Diseases of Nose and Throat. Coll. of 
Med., 1894-95. Pres. and Treas., Phys. Supply 
and Drug Co., Chicago. Mem., Presby. Church; 
.\. F. A. M. Married Marie Scheurer, Ap 28, 
1897, Evanston, 111. Address. 160 N. Menard Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 425-27 S. Honors St., do.. 

♦RICHARD HUNT BROWN 

Specialist and Assoc. Prof.; M.D.; b. 1865, New 
York City. Prepared in Canfield (O.) H. S.; 
Franklin (Ind.) Coll., 3 yrs. Attending Surg., 
West Side Dispensary, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Dept.; Specialist on diseases of the Ear, Nose and 
Throat; Assoc. Clin. Prof., do.. Coll. of Med., 1902- 
16; Prof.. Toxicol, and Materia Medica, N. W. 
Coll. of Pharm.; Otologist, West Suburban Hosp. 
Auth.; Plastic Operation on the Nose, Wis. Med. 
Jour.; Case of Exfoliation of Anterior Arch of the 
Atlas, A. M. A. Jour., 1914; Submucous Resec- 
tion of the Nasal Septum, Wis. Med. Jour., 1906; 
The Tonsil question, III. Med. Jour., 1909; Modern 
Advances in Med. Sci., Plexus; many articles on 
Eugenics. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. See; 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. Athletic Club; Gnosis 
(literary soc); Congr. Church. Died Mr 12, 
1918, Chicago. 

ALONZO LEAMING BUSHBY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 17, 1866, Shullsburg, 
Wis.; s. Thomas (b. N 9, 1841, Eng.) and Florence 
(Dickson) Bushby (b. Ag 15, 1845, Noblesville, 
Ind.). Prepared in ShuUsburg, (Wis.) H. S. 
Located in Gratiot, Wis., 1891-98; Primghar, la., 
1S99-1910; Corwith, do., 1911-19. Married Isa- 
belle L. Cook, Ag 1892, Gratiot, Wis. (died 1897); 
Rosamond E. Daggett, O 1902. Children: Willis 
A., b. 1895 (died 1895); Beverly R., b. N. 27, 1913. 
AddrMS, Woolstock, la. 

JAMES JORGEN CLAUSEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 14, 1865, Ger.; s. J. J. 
and Catherine (Peterson) Clausen. Prepared in 
Campbell Norm. Univ., Holton, Kan., 1885-86. 
Intern, Cook Co. Hosp., 1893-94; Phys., Chicago, 
1H91-97; do., Kan-sas City, Mo., 1897 — . Mem., 
Jackaon Co. Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Bettie 
Thompson, Je 12, 1895, Chicago. Children: Olive, 
b. Ap 10, 1897; Doris, b. Ja 12, 1908. Address, 
3933 Forest Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

ANDREW COLEGROVE 



SILVIUS S. CRAIG 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 7, 1863, Mukwonago, 
Wi.s.; s. Perry and Maria (HoUister) Craig. Pre- 
pared in Rochester Acad., Rochester, Mo.; Univ. 
of Wis. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Wis., 17 
>T3.; Colo., 4 yrs.; N. M., 5 yrs.; Calif., 3 yrs. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A.. Camp Cody, N. M. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.; K. P.; M. W.; W. O. W. Married 
Jennie May Ottaway, 1893, Alamosa, Colo. 
Child, Reginald S., b. Ap 28, 1897. Address, 
103 S. Rowan Ave., Los Angeles. 



EDWIN.GRAFFAM EARLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 29, 1866, Bir- 
mingham, la.; s. John H. and Emma C. Graffam. 
Phi Rho Sigma. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice; 
Prof., Histol. and Microscopy, Coll. of Med., 
1898-1900; Adjunct Prof., Med., Coll. of Med., 
1904-10. Married Dora Peissner, S 15, 1895. 
Address, 516 Wrightwood Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 
159 N. State St., do. 

GEORGE WATSON FOWLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 27, 1851; s. George 
and Emma (Jukes) Fowler. Prepared in LeRoy 
Acad. Inst., LeRoy, N. Y.; N. W. Univ. Med. 
Sch. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Mem., A. 
F. A. M., K. T. Address, Marengo, 111. 

JEFFERSON ERWIN ERASER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 18. 1861, 111.; s. George 
and Olive (Nash) Fraser. Married Alfa L. Stan- 
ton, 1891, Rochelle, 111. Children: Floyd, b. 1894; 
Cyril, b. 1900. Address, Garner, la. 

THOMAS HENRY GAFNEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared at Univ. of 
Mich. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 7229 S. 
Morgan St., Chicago; bus. add., 8830 Laflin St., 
do.t 

FRANK CLARK GENUNG 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 10, 1865, Port Byron, 111.; 
8. William W. (b. 1824, Buffallo, N. Y.) and Eliza- 
beth (Dunmeier) Genung (b. 1839, Punxsutawney, 
Pa.). Gen. Med. practice, Wausa, Neb., 1892 — . 
Capt., U. S. Army, S 12, 1917-D 15, 1918. City 
Mayor, 22 yrs. Married Addie S. Genung, Ag 11, 
1891, Morrison, 111. Child, Florence M., b. Mr 11, 
1900. Address, Wausa, Neb. 

LUDWIG ADOLPH GRIMME 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Mem., A. M. A. 
(Fellow). Address, 807 Sheridan Rd., Chicago.f 

JOHN L. HARRIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1849. M.D., Hahne- 
man Med. Coll., 1875. Gen. Med. practice. A(i- 
dress, Webster, S. Dak.f 

♦ADAM A. HESSELL 
M.D.; b. 1868. Died Jl 7, 1910, Put-in-Bay, O. 

WILLIAM HIPKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Prepared in 
Holstein (Wis.) Schs. Specialist in Eye, Ear, 
Nose, and Throat diseases; formerly at Devall 
Bluffs, Ark. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Marsh- 
field, Wis.t 

JAMES A. SULLIVAN HOWELL 
(Husband of Sally Yingst Howell, '99, M.D.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 6, 1871. Prepared in 
H. S. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ag 8, 1918-S 25, 
1919; Assigned Com. Camp 9; Foreign serv., Oct 
1918-Ag 1919; Assigned to Base Ho.sp., 19, Vichy, 
France; Casual on duty. Post Blois, F 1919; 
stationed at Montier Chanme Post Hosp., F-Ag, 
1919. Married Sally Yingst Howell ('99 M.D.) 
Ap 30, 1900. Address, 453 Chicago St., Elgin, 
111.; bus. add., Hubbard BIdg., do. 

ROBERT LEE JAMES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. M.D., Chicago 
Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1890. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Active Serv., M. C, U. S. N. G. Address, 
Blue Island. lU.t 

MILO LEONARD KENSINGTON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1847. M.D., Coll. 

of Phys. and Surgs., Joplin, Mo., 1883. Gen. Med. 

practice, Chicago. Address, 6307 Woodlawn Ave., 

Chicago; bus. add., 159 N. State St., do t 



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*GEORGE E. KING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Med. Dept. of 
Western Reserve Univ., 1885. Formerly at 503 
W. Madison St., Chicago. Deceased. 



*JOHN JACOB SCHLAWIG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Prepared in 
Sioux City (la.) H. S. Died S 8, 1902, at his 
office in Sioux City, la. 



FRANK HENRY LAWTHER 



GEORGE THOMAS LEEDLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 12, 1860, Chicago; 
s. Henry (b. 1826, Lemington, Warwickshire, Eng.) 
and Henryetta (Hodgson) Leedle (b. My 1, 1834, 
Bentley, Yorkshire, Eng.). Prepared in Common 
Schs. Phys. and Surg., Chicago, 1891 — . Mar- 
ried Mary Ellen Smith, 1892, Chicago (died My 
9, 1907); Eunice Melvina Cross, Je 9, 1913. Ad- 
dress, 8111 S. Chicago Ave., Chicago, lU. 

EDWARb EARNEST MAXEY 
Physician; M.D.; b.Ag 21, 1867, Irvington, 111.; 
s. W. C. and Sarah Gertrude (Lane) Maxey. 
Prepared in Marcus (la.) H. S. Class Historian. 
Gen. Med. practice, Caldwell, Idaho, 1891-1902; 
Eye and Ear Specialist, Boise, do., 1902 — . Mai 
M. C, U. S. A., 1917-19; Chief of the Eye Serv.,' 
Base Hosp., Camp Sherman, O.; at present Mai. 
M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 32° 
Scottish Rite, Shrine; B. P. O. E.; Rotary Club. 
Auth.; Several papers on med. subjects. Married 
Edna Horn, D 19. 1900, Caldwell, Idaho. Chil- 
dren: Mane, b. 1907; Edward, b. 1913. Address, 
Boise, Idaho. 

*WAL,TER W. MEDILL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Indianapolis 
Med. Coll., 1889. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 
in Bancroft Bldg., Denver. Deceased. 

*WILLIAM T. O'BRIEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Formerly at 
811 W. 7th Ave., Ashland, Wis. Mem., A. M. A.; 
State Med. Soc. of Wis. Died D 20, 1920. 

FRANK ALBERT PHILLIPS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865, Westville, 
Ind.; s. Martin Van Buren and Mary Harriet 
(Webber) Phillips. Prepared in Olathe (Kan.) 
H. S. M.D., Bennett Med. Coll., 1886. Phi 
Rho Sigma. Gen. Med. practice, Lawton, Mich., 
1891-94; later located at 34 Washington Blvd., 
Chicago; Denver; Mojave, Cahf.; Clin. Instr., 
Ophthalmol., and OtoL, Coll. of Med., 1896-1908; 
Asst., Prof., do., 1908-10; Prof., Ophthalmol., 
Chicago Clin. Sch.; Staff, 111. Charitable Eye and 
Ear Infirmary, about 1901. Auth.: Report of 
Case of Suppurative Keratitus,Piej:us, F 20, 1901. 
Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Irene Gorton Bitely, 
Je 27, 1899, Lawton, Mich. Address, 607 Central 
Bldg., 30 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, Cahf. 

JOSEPH POPOSKEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, 283 W. Bridge St., Grand 
Rapids, Micb.t 

SUMNER J. RICKER 
M.D.; b. Ja 29, 1847, Saco, Me.; s. David and 
Olive (Parcher) Ricker. Mem., A. F. A. M 
Married Julia May Young, S 6, 1874, Aurora, 
111. Children: David Delos, b. Ja 16, 1876; Sum- 
ner J., b. Ap 15, 1880; Althea M., b. Mr 31, 1885 
Address, 127 La Salle St., Aurora, 111.; bus. add.. 
Mercantile Block, do. 

*ALMER L. SABIN 
M.D.; b. 1851. Located in Parkville, Mo. 
Died N 1, 1908, Kansas City Gen. Hosp. 

OTTMAR VON SCHALLERN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1848. Gen. Med. 
practice, Ripon, Wis. Cook Co. Hosp., 1885-87. 
Address, Public Square, Ripon, Wis.f 



ROBERT ARNO^ SEMPILL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 13, 1864, Kinnesswood. 
Scotland; s. John Douglas and Margaret (Drum- 
mond) Sempill. Prepared in Univ. of Edinburgh, 
Scotland. Prof., Dermatol., 111. Post-Grad. Med. 
Coll. Asst.,Prof. do., Loyola Med. Coll.; Clin. Instr. 
Genito-Urinary Diseases, Coll. of Med., 1892-94; 
Instr., Pediatrics, do., 1902-04; do., Dermatol, and 
Veneral Diseases, do., 1900-10; Dermatologist, 111. 
Gen. Hosp. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Hamilton Club, 
Chicago. Capt., M. R. C, U. S. A., World War. 
Married Ada Lewis, 1909, Wheaton, 111. Address, 
725 N. Lotus Ave., Cnicago; 6ms. add., 25 E. Wash- 
ington St., do. 



*JAMES SULLIVAN 
M.D. Gen. Med. practice, Tama, la., many 
years; located in Muscatine, la., 1 year. Died S 2, 
1915, Machias, Me. 

*WALTER M. TANQUARY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Assoc. Prof., Anat., 
Coll. of Med., 1893-94. Deceased. 



♦FRANK ARTHUR THORN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1860. Died N 26, 



1904, at his home in Seattle. 



JOHN A. TRAIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, 1449 Blackhawk St., 
Chicago. t 



GEORGE BOARDMAN WALKER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Eclectic Med. 
Coll., Philadelphia, 1877. 



*HARRY ROSS WALLACE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1857. Gen. Med. 
practice; formerly at 55 State St., Chicago. Mem., 
A. M. A. Died Ap 12, 1911, St. Josephs Hosp., 
Alton, III. 



BENJAMIN HOPKINS WARREN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 24, 1868, Albany, Wis.; 
s. John Holden (b. Ag 20, 1826, Hogansburg, 
N. Y.) and Mary Louise (Nichols) Warren (b. N 21, 
1830, Newark, N. Y.). Prepared in Janesville 
(Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice, Janesville, Wis.; 
Albany, do.; Three Oaks, Mich.; Health Officer of 
Dist. 1-A, Grosse Pointe, Mich.; Wayne Co. Mich., 
D 1, 1918 — . Mem., Bd. of Exam, on Draft Bd. 
1, Berrien Co., Mich. Mem., Wayne Co. Med. 
Soc; Wis. State Med. Soc; Am. Pub. Health 
Assn.; Wis. Pub. Health Assn. Married Margaret 
Marie Thuerer, D 2, 1916, Chicago. Address, 
215 Fisher Road, Grosse Pointe, Mich.; bus. add., 
Jefferson Ave. and Rivard Blvd., do. 



LEE MORTIMER WILLARD 
Specialist; M.D.; b. O 2, 1868, Nenah, Wis.; 
s. Van R. and Cynthia Willard. Prepared in 
Merrill (Wis.) H. S. Intern, 111. Eye and Ear 
Infirmary, 1891-92; Specialist, Diseases of Eye, 
Ear, Nose, and Throat, Wausau, Wis. Advisory 
Bd. Co. B. Wis., 10th Inf. Mem., A. F. A. M., 
Consistory, 32°; K. P.; B. P. O. E. Married Eva 
May Pennywell, Ja 23, 1894, Chicago. Address, 
102 Franklin St., Wausau, Wis.; bus. add., 520 
3rd St., do. 



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CLASS OF 1892 (34 LIVING, 8 DEAD) 



JULIUS MORRIS ABELIO 

(Formerly Julius Morris Abeliovitz) 

Pbvs. and SurK.; M.D.; b. 1867. Address, 3611 

Osage St., Denver; bus. add., Nevada Bldg., do. 

DAVID NICHOLAS ALCORN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 19, 1856, Warren 
Co. Pa. s. James and Mahettebel (Jones) Alcorn. 
Prepared in Cliicago Optitlialmic Eye, Ear, No.se 
and Throat Coll., 1894-1920. Eye. Ear, Nose and 
Throat Specialist, Stevens Point, Wis. Mem., 
Portage Co. Med. Soc; Wis. State Med. Soc.; 
A. F. A. M. Evergreen I-odge No. 93, Stevens 
Point. Wis. Vol. Med. Serv., Corps., U. S. A. 
Mem., Med. Advisory Bd., for Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat. Married Robena I. Dunn, My 9, 1886, 
Stevens Point, Wis. Child, J. D., b. 1887; H. L., 
b. ISSS; Margaret M., b. 1898. Address, Sierra 
Madre. Calif. 



HENRI E. R. ALTENLOH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address 25 W. Madison St., Chicago.! 

ARTHUR MARIO BRIANZA 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Specialist' 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat; formerly at 15 E. 
Washington St., Chicago. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress. 275S Jackson Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 159 
N. State St.. doi. 

ROBERT WILSON BROWN 
Physician; ^LD.; b. D 4. 1866, Greenville, Pa.; 
s. Jas. C. and Mary (Bittenbanner) Brown. M.A., 
Thiel Coll.. Greem-ille. Pa., 1887. Chief Surg., 
B. & L. E. R. R., and Erie R. R.; Phys., St. Pauls 
Orphans Home. Greenville, Pa., 1921. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.. Blue Lodge, Commandery; Epis. 
Church. Married Maude E. Benninphoff, Je 24, 
1890, Greenville. Pa. Children: Jas. C, b. My 27, 
1897; E. Lucile, b. Je 17, 1895; Annetta, b. F 26, 
1905; Robert, b. Mr 8. 1908; Helen S., b. Ag 29. 
1911. Addres.i. 269 Main St.. Greenville. Pa.; 
bus. add., 10 N. Mercer St.. do. 



ROBERT H. BURTON 
Phi's, and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 10. 1861, Toronto, 
Can.; s. John C. Burton. Married Clara Armi- 
tage. Ag 3. 1893. Chicago. Children: John F.. b. 
1896; Ann Louise, b. O 23, 1900. Address. 926 
Washington Bldg.. Los Angeles. 

♦CYRUS C. CHAFFEE 
Formerly located in Springfield. Mass. De- 
ceased. 



CHAUNCEY FRANKLIN CHAPMAN 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G.. 1888; b. Jl 7. 1862. 
Gratiot. Wis.; s. Jermiah (b. Eng.) and Elizabeth 
(Gribble) Chapman lb. Wales. Eng.). Prepared 
in Lincoln (Neb.) H. S.; Univ. of Neb. Chicago 
Health Dept.. 1892-1912; Clin. Instr.. Med., Coll. 
of Med., 1892-93; Surg.. W. Chicago Street Car 
Co.. 1900; Supt. of Health. Lincoln. Neb., Jl 1. 
1915—. Mem.. State Med. Soc. 1912—; A. M. 
A.. 1892—.; Lincoln Country Ciub. 1912—; A. 
F. A. M.. 1887 — . Married ChlohildiK Benson. 
1890. Racine. Wis., (died Ap 23, 1903); Cora Ken- 
nard. 1905. S. Haven. Mich. Address, 1645 H. 
St.. Lincoln, Neb.; bus. add., 204 S. 11th St., do. 

♦JAMES HARVEY COLE 
Pharmacist; M.D ; b. 1870. V. P., Harle-Hass 
Drug Co.. Council Bluffs. la. Died D 10. 1918, 
Dee Moines, la. 



MARTIN D. GUSHING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1852. Attended 
Columbia Univ. and Am. Veterinary Coll. Gen. 
Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 416 
Western Ave., Joliet, 111.; bus. add., Nat. Bank 
Bldg.. do.-\ 

FRED MARQ DEAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1807. State Univ. 
of la., 18S8-89. Specialist in Ophthalmol, and 
Otol. Address, Jefferson, la.f 

ARTHUR J. DOTY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Colman, S. Dak.t 

♦GERALD O. EDMUNDS 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1867. Clin. Instr., Gynecol. 
Coll. of Med., 1894-95; Coroner, Benzie Co., Mich., 
8yrs. Mem., A.M. A. Died F 11, 1915, Honor, 
Mich. 

EDWIN LINCOLN GOSS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 7, 1865, Morris. 
111.; s. Perry and Mary Francis Goss. Prepared 
in Dixon Norm. ScTi. Lt., M. C. U. S. A.. Ft. 
Des Moines. la.. Camp Greenleaf, Ga.. Camp 
Devens. Mass. Married S. A. Vincent. Jo 15, 
1892; Nellie Standish. 1905. Children: Rollin, 
b. Ap 8, 1898; Robert, b. Mv 12, 1901; Dorothy, 
b. Ag 18, 1910. Address, Carrington, N. Dak. 

ALBERT G. GRUBB 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 15, 1862, Canaanville, 
O.; s. W. B. and Nancy (Warner) Grubb. Pre- 
pared in Howe (Ind.) H. S., and Norm. Sch., 
LaGrange, Ind. Gold Medal, Coll. of Med. Phys., 
Mongo, Ind.. 1892-18. 1st Lt. and Capt.. M. R. 
C. U. S. A.. West. Div., Ag 13. 1917-F 22, 1918. 
Mem., I. O. O. F.; K. P.; M. E. Church. Mar- 
ried Martha Meteer, 1880. Children: Sylvia, 
Cecil, Fern, Cosbie, Mildred, and Millicent. Ad- 
dress, LaGrange, Ind. 

WILLIAM ELBERT HARRIS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1860. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Colton, Ore.t 

♦EDGAR REED HAWT.EY 

Physician; M.D.; b. N 20, 1863, Chicago; s. 
Uriah Rogers and Helen (Reed) Hawley. Pre- 
pared in Pub. Schs.. Chicago; Norwich LTniv.. 
Northfield. Vt., 2 yrs. Gen. Med. practice, Wis., 
2 yrs.; do., Chicago, 1894—.; Med. Dir., 111. 
Life Insurance Co., do., 12 yrs. Mem., Catholic 
Church. Married Helen Shufeldt, S 7. 1898, Mil- 
waukee. Children: Edgar Uriah; John William; 
Ellen Margaret. Died My 20, 1912, Chicago. 

SYLVESTER F. HAZEN 
M.D.; b. Ap 8, 1860, Atlantic, Pa.; s. R. C. and 
Mary (Fell) Hazen. B.S., Gro^'o City Coll., 1888. 
Mem.. Crawford Co.. Mod. Soc; A. F. A. M.; 
I. O. O. F. Married Phemie Wallace, 1887, Mer- 
cer. Pa. Children: Jennie, b. 1893; John, b. 1896; 
Phemie. b. 1899; Frank, b. 1902. Address, Harts- 
town, Pa. 

JOHN B. HILLIKER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1800. Surg, prac- 
tice. Grand Rapids, Mich. Mem., A. M. A. 
Address, 701 Lafayette Ave., S. E., Grand Rapid.s, 
Mich.t 

JOSEPH HOLZMAN 
Physician; M.D; b. S 25, 1870, Rus.; s. William 
and Etta Holzman. Prepared in Gymnasium. 
Rus. Married Ida Herman. Je 14. 1898. Bos- 
ton. Children: Ruth; Edna; David. Address, 1 
Elm Hill Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 



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GARY N. HOPKINS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 24, 1867; s. Mary 
A. (Needham) Hopkins. Formerly, Eye, Ear, 
Nose, and Throat specialist, Pasadena, Calif. 
Address, 315 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 

OTTO KLIMMEK 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1890; b. 1867, Ger. 
Prepared in Ger. Gymnasium Sch. Apprenticed 
to Dr. Brownson, Grand Rapids, Mich., and C. 
E. Krzeminski, Chicago, 1885-90. Phys., Hal- 
sted St., and Roscoe Blvd., Chicago; later located 
in Lemont, 111. Address, 4759 N. Clark St., Chi- 
cago.t 

AUGUST E. KROENING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Rockford, 111. Address, Florence May Apts., 
Rockford, Ill.t 

FREDERICK A. LUCE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 6, 1856, Dubuque, 
la.; s. Bartlett and Louise R. (Menzemer) Luce. 
Prepared in Sioux City (la.) H. S. Mem., Ci- 
cero Lodge, 955, A. F. A. M.; York Chap., 148, 
R. A. M.; Tyrian Council, 78, R. S. M.;Columbian 
Commandery, 63, K. T.; Millard Chap., 349, O. 
E. S.; Royal Lodge, 800, I. O. O. F. Married 
Jennie I. Stevens, 1892, Chambersburg, Pa. Ad- 
dress, 2646 S. Austin Blvd., Cicero, 111. 

JOHN EMIL NORDLUND 



*CHARLES MOODY POST 
M.D.; b. 1864. Formerly located in Colfax, 
Wash. Mem., Wash. State Med. Assn. Died S 7, 
1908, Barron. Wis. 

DAVID M. PRO VAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Prepared in 
Acad. Dept., Univ. of Chicago. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Chicago. Address, 2723 Logan Blvd., Chi- 
cago; bus. add., 1050 Milwaukee Ave., do.f 

WILLIAM B. RICHARDSON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Formerly at 
100 State St., Chicago. Address, 5001 Blackstone 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 30 N. Michigan Ave., do.i 

MARTIN M. RITTER 
Specialist; M.D.; b. D 6, 1862, Hamburg, Ger.; 
s. Levy and Carolyne (Benjamin) Ritter. Pre- 
pared in H. 8. and Real Sch., Ger.; Rush Med. 
Coll., 1889-90. Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat 
Specialist, Chicago, 1892 — .; Attending Oculist and 
Rhinologist Columbus Hosp., Chicago; Consult- 
ing Aurist and Rhinologist, Municipal Tuber- 
culosis Hosp., do.; Lecturer on diseases of Nose and 
Throat, Chicago Post-Grad. Med. Coll., and N. 
W. Univ. Med. Sch. Auth.: Conservation of 
Health; Prevention of Diseases in Home and Shop 
General Pathol, in Dent. Colls.; The Need of 
Hosps. for Contagious Diseases for Charity and 
Pay Patients. Mem., K. P.; Royal Arcanum; 
Royal League; I. A. C; Lincoln Covenant; A. M. 
A.; 111. State Med. Soc. Married Saidee M. Mey- 
berg. My 24, 1898. Address, Webster Hotel. 
Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Washington St., do. 

*JOHN J. ROCHE 



♦GERHARD S. SEIM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Formerly of 
Blue Island. 111. Mem., A. M. A. Died O 4, 
1920. 

BOHUMIL SLADEK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Gen. Med. 
practice, Cicero, 111. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
5002 W. 30th St.. Cicero. 111.; bus. add., 227 S. 
62nd Ave., do.-\ 



NATHANIEL (L. A.'K. SLAMBERG 
Physician; M.D,; b. My 31, 1885, Den.; s. H. 
C. and Ragnhilda Slamberg. Prepared in Royal 
Danish Agr. Coll.; Gold Medal, Coll. of Med. 
Located in Elkhorn, la., 1892-94; Kimballton, do., 
1894-1905; Ind., 1905-08; Pub. Health Serv.. 
Eastport, Idaho, 1908 — . Mem., Danish Lutheran 
Church. Married Martha Skjerboek, 1881. Stor- 
ring. Den. Child, Christian, b. My 18. 1883. 
Address, Eastport, Idaho. 

FRANCIS R. SMYTH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 8, 1852, Scotland; 
s. James and Euphemia (Robertson) Smyth. 
Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, Bismarck, N. Dak.; 
Surg. (Reserve), U. S. Pub. Health Serv. Local 
Advisory Bd., World War. Mem., Presby. 
Church; State Med. Soc. (Past Pres.); Assn., Med. 
Vol. War Workers; State Branch Med. Council 
(Chm., Ex. Com.). Auth.; Pamphlets and Papers 
on Pub. Health Work. Married Mary Ella Clay- 
ton, Ag 31, 1898, Bloomfield, la. Address, 218 
3rd St., Bismarck, N. Dak.; bus. add., Little 
Bldg.. do. 

GEORGE HENRY STANGER 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 18, 1866, Virginia Grove, 
la.; s. George and Margaret A. (Suitt) Stanger. 
Prepared in Boone (la.) Pub. Schs. Postgrad, 
work, N. Y., 1898; Vienna, 1911. Mem., A. F. 
A. M. Married Katharine Champlin, Je 27, 1900, 
Chicago. Address, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., Boone, 
la. 

CHARLES HATCH STODDARD 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 7, 1869, East Troy, 
Wis.; s. Charles L. (b. 1836, Buffalo, N. Y.) and 
Mentovia V. (Hatch) Stoddard (b. 1842, N. 
Leverett, Mass.). Prepared in La Crosse, (Wis.) 
H. S.; Univ. of Wis.. 1888-90. Psi Upsilon; 
A. M. P. O. Intern, Michael Reese Hosp., 
Chicago, 1892-93; Grad. work in Univs. of Vienna 
and Strassburg, 1893-94; Pbvs.. Colton, Calif., 
1894-96; do., Milwaukee, 1897—. 1st Lt., M. C, 
U. S. A., 1898; Wis. Nat. Guard, 1905-17; Maj., 
M. C, U. S. A., Mexican Border Service, 1916. 
Auth.: Diaphragmatic Hernia, So. Calif. Prac- 
titioner, 1896; Stokes-Adams Diseases, Wis. Med. 
Jour., 1907; Tuberculin Therapy, do., 1910. Mar- 
ried Eloise Jackson, Je 25, 1910, Chicago. Chil- 
dren: Charles Hatch. Jr., b. 1912; Frederick Jack- 
son, b. 1914. Address, 633 Summit Ave., Milwau- 
kee; bus. add., 141 Wis. St., Goldsmith Bldg., do. 

SEBASTIAN STOLNITZSKI 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Bennett Med. 
Coll., 1889-90. Formerly located at 564 S. Hal- 
stcd St., Chicago; later at 25 E. Washington St., 
do.t 

ROBERT FREDERICK THROCKMORTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 9, 1869; s. John 
(b. N 9, 1826, Waynesburg, Pa.) and Nancy Eli- 
zabeth (Lazear) Throckmorton (b. My 25, 1828, 
do.). D.D.S., Columbia Dent. Coll., 1895. Phvs. 
and Surg., and Dentist, Derby, la., 1893-1919. 
1st Lt., M. R. C, U. S. A., S 1, 1917-Ag 24, 1918; 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ag 25, 1918-F 5. 1919; 
Hon. discharge; Commissioned Maj., M. R. C, 
U. S. A., F 5, 1920. Mem., Polk Co. Med. Soc; 
la. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; A. F. A. M., 32°, 
Scottish Rite, Noble Mystic Shrine; I. O. O. F. 
Married Mayme E. Penniwell, Je 30. 1896, Leon, 
la. Children: Georgia E., b. D 4, 1898; J. Fred- 
erick, b. Je 13, 1900; Barbara Naidine, b. Je 18, 
1904; Robert Lazear, b. O 24, 1908. Address, 
1149 23rd St., Des Moines, la. 

♦AUGUST MORRIS UNGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Chicago Coll. 
of Pharm., 1885-86. Clin. Instr., Genito-Urinary 
Diseases, Coll. of Med., 1893. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Chicago; 642 Barry Ave. and 32 N. State St.. 
do. Died My 26. 1920, Chicago. 



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LAWRENCE WELLS WHITMER 

(Brother of Charles Franklin. '98, M.D.) 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 6, 1859, Edina. 
Mo.;'s Levi (b. My 29, 1S29, Licking Co., O.) 
and Nancy Jane (Wells) Whitmer (b. Ap IS, 1841, 
Knox Co., Mo.V Prepared in county H. S. 
Coll. class button, invitations and grad. programs 
Corns. Instr.. Clin. Ophtlialmol., Coll. of Med., 
1912-14; Asst , do.. 1914-16. Mem., Chicago Med. 
Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married 
Kennie C. Richardson, Mr 10, 1881, Christian Co., 
III. Address. 4717 N. Paulina St., Chicago; bus. 
add., 31 X. State St., do. 



FRED 0. WOOD 

Physician; M.D.; b. O 15, 1868. Prepared in 
State Norm. Sch., Oshkosh, Wis. Physician, 
Waupun, Wis. Mem., A. M. A. Address. 503 
S. Main St., Waupun, Wis.; bus. add,. 202 S. Main 
St., do. 

HARRY W. WOODRUFF 

Specialist; M.D.; Ph.G., 1SS9; b. F IS, 1868, 
Joliet, 111.; s. George H. and Achsah (Wheeler) 
Woodruff. Prepared in Joliet H. S. Specialist, 
Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat; Prof., 
Ophthalmol., Coll. of Med., 1921—. Address, 
1201 Western Ave., Joliet, 111.; bus. add., Wood- 
ruff Bldg., do. 



CLASS OF 1893 (65 LIVING, 22 DEAD) 



"ALBERT ALLEN AB;iHER 
Phys. and Surg.; b. F 5, 1SC9,- Emma, 111.; s. 
Samuel (b. Mv 10, 1S16, Emma, 111.) and Amelia 
Jane (Tanquary) Absher (b. Mr 15, 1S37, Mt. 
Carmel, 111.). Prepared in So. 111. Norm. Univ., 
Carbondale, 111., 18S5-S7. Socratic; Ex. com.; 
1st Sergt. Phys. and Surg., Sibley, 111. Married 
Lenora L. Absher, Ag 22, 1S94, Bellflower, 111. 
Child, GeneWeve. b. Je 6, 1895. Address, Sibley, 
Ml. 

♦JOSEPH L. ABT 
M.D.; b. 1865, Ger. M.D., Univ. of Mich., 
l>^92; Instr., N. W. Univ. Med. Sch. and Mem., 
Staff of Post-Graduate Hosp.; for many yrs. had 
an office at 1832 Halsted St., Chicago. Mem., 
A. M. A. Died Je 28, 1917, Eagle, Wis. 

JAMES FRANKLIN ADAMS 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 16, 1867, Ontario, Can.; 
s. James and Elizabeth (Chapman) Adams. Pre- 
pared in Markham (Ont.) H. S. Married Mae 
McClave, Je, 1900, Chicago. Children: Eliza- 
beth, b. Jl 1901; Evelyn, b. Ap 1907. Address, 
342 S. .Ashley St., Ann Arbor, Mich.; bus. add., 
Wadham Bldg., do. 

MANNING L. ALLEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 14, 1862, la.; s. 
L. F. and Harriett L. (Litsey) Allen. Prepared in 
La Moille, lU. Mem., K. P.; Baptist Church. 
Married Sarah R. Rambo, 1SS2. La Moille, 111. 
Cliildren: Francis R., b. 1883; Roy M., b. 18S7; 
Leonard E., b. 1894. Address, Tama, la. 

FRANK M. ARCHIBALD 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 6, 1865; s. Lyman and 
Phylinda (Burrougns) Archibald. Located in 
Gibbon. Minn., 189.3-94; Atwater, do., 1895-1906; 
Breckenridge.do., 1906-07; Mahnomen, do., 1908 — . 
Mem., Local Bd., Mahnomen Co., Minn. Mem., 
A M. .A.; Minn. State Med. Soc; Clay and Becker 
Co. Med. Societies; Soo Line Surg. Soc. Married 
Josephine W. Baily, Ag 31, 1896, Atwater, Miss. 
Children: N. Adelaide, b. Ap 20. 1899; Frank V., 
b. D 10, 1901. Address, Mahnomen, Minn. 

DAVID ELMER ARNOLD 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Mr 13, 1868, Brandt. O.; 
8. Peter (b. do.) and Ann Marie (Stewart) Arnold 
(b. N. Y). Prepared in H. S. and Nat. Norm. 
Univ.. Lebanon, O. Located in Hecla and Aber- 
deen, S. Dak., 189.3-1909; Kerman, Calif., 1909-17; 
Fresno, do., 1919 — . let Lt., M. C, World War, 
Je 1917-Mr 1918; Capt.. do., Mr-N 5, 1918; Maj.. 
•N' .5, 1918-Ag 1, 1919; in command of 11.5th San. 
Train. U. S. Pub. Health Serv., Ag 1919 — 
.Mem.. State Med. Soc.; A. M. A.; Assn. of Mil. 
.■^urgs. Married Luella C. Hays, O 15. 1894, 
Hecla, S. Dak. (died Mr 29, 1919). Children: 
Leila Marie, b. Jl 15. 1895; Carma Emily, b. S 20, 
1896 (died D 31. 1915). Address, Univ. Club. 
Fresno. Calif.; but. add., 420 Mason Bldg.. do. 



*WILLIAM O. BEAM 
M.D.; b. 1869. Formerly a Phys. at Moline, 
111. Married Margaret L. Whiteside. Died 1912, 
Hillsdale. 111. 

*CHARLES EDWIN BODDIGER 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1S87; b. 1886. 111. 
Prepared in H. S. Apprenticed to Dr. G. M. 
Emrick. Chicago, 1882-87. Phys., 6319 Evans 
Ave., Chicago; do., 1801 S. Ashland Ave., do. 
Mem., A. M. A. Died My 24, 1920. 

HERMAN HOLMES BOGLE 
M.D.; b. S. 1. 1867; s. E. and Anna (McBride) 
Bogle. Prepared in Kan. Norm. Coll., 1888. 
Med. Advisory Bd. of Examiners, World War. 
Mem., United Presby. Church; A. F. A. M. Mar- 
ried Mary B. Hyndman. Address, Globe Bldg., 
Pittsburg. Kan. 

♦SAMUEL JAMES BOYD 
M.D.; b. 1861. Prepared in Med. Dept., Univ. 
of Buffalo. Mem., A. M. A. Died N 20, 1907, 
at his home in Chicago. 

CHESTER ABRAM BRINK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D,; b. F 14, 1870, Warren, 
111.; s. Abram L. and Catherine J. (Williams) 
Brink. Capt. M. C, U. S. A., World War. Mar- 
ried Mary H. Varty. Address, Apple River, 111. 

♦FRANCIS R. BROOKS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Univ. of Va., 
1892. Formerly at 21 Quincy Ave., Chicago. 
Died Ap 12, 1898. Lake Geneva. Wis. 

GEORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. Certificate, 
Chicago Med. Coll., 1890-91. Surg, practice, 
Aberdeen, Wash. Address. E. 6th St.. Aberdeen, 
Wash.; bus. add.. Electric Bldg., do.f 

HENRY H. CLARK 

Physician; M.D.; b. Je 30, 1864. Schooleys 
Mountain, N. J.; s. James H. (b. Mr 1837, N. Y. 
City.) and Eleanor cWestfall) Clark (b. D 23, 1842, 
Schnectady, N. Y.). Prepared in Paterson (N. J.) 
H. S.; Rush Med. Coll., 1889-92. Phys., Water- 
town. S. Dak., 1893-1910; do., Las Vegas, Nev., 
1910-16. Mem., la. State Med. Soc. Married 
Nellie Holden, N 26, 1896. Children: Wayne, b. 
Mr 25, 1903; Leona Fern, b. Jl 3, 1906. Address, 
Edgerton, Minn. 

SAMUEL W. CONNELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, Bellmond, la.J 

♦R. H. COOK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Med. Coll. of 
Ohio, 1894. Formerly of Oxford, O.; Asst. Phys., 
Oxford Retreat, do. Deceased. 



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HERBERT D. B. DUSTIN 
M.D.; b. My 17, 1850, White River, Vt.; s. J. 
and Elizabeth (Emery) Dustin. Prepared in Wal- 
tham (Mass.) H. S. M. D., Bennett Med. Coll., 
1877. Mem., Epis. Church; A. F. A. M.; I. O. 
O. F. Married Eleeta L. Goodman, 1895. Ad- 
dress, 212 State St., Onaway, Mich. 

FRED J. E. EHRMANN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 8, 1873, Chicago; s. 
Jacob (b. O 3, 1818, Ger.) and Carolina (Frank) 
Ehrmann (b. Mr 10, 1834, do.). Prepared in Con- 
cordia Coll., Ft. Wayne, Ind. Demonstrator, 
Pathol., Coll. of Med., 1895-96; Clin. Instr., Surg., 
do., 1896-1900. Mem. of Advisory Bd., 1918. 
Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc. Married 
Sophia Gareiss, N 7, 1895. Children: Evelina W., 
b. Jl 26, ]896; Viola A., b. F 7, 1898; Marcella, b. 
N 11, 1899; Charlotte, b. Ja 21, 1906; Clarissa, 
b. Ag 6, 1911. Address, 327 S. 5th Ave., La Grange 
111.; 6ms. add., 2059 W. 21st St., Chicago, 111. 

THOMAS FAITH 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist; M.D.; 
b. N 25, 1871, Hancock, Md.; s. Joseph and Kathe- 
rine (Hessen) Faith. Prepared in Decatur H. S. 
Med. Advisory Bd., No. 3 J, World War. Intern, 
III. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1893-94. 
Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago 
Med. Soc; Chicago Ophthalmol. Soc; Chicago 
Laryngol. Soc; Am. Acad, of Ophthalmol, and 
Oto-Laryngol. Auth.: Numerous articles appear- 
ing in Ophthalmol. Record, Annals of Ophthalmol., 
Am. Jour., Ophthalmol., Laryngoscope, III. Med. 
Jour., Chicago Med. Recorder, Med. Standard. 
Married Amelia A. Fettig, Jl 6, 1895. Child, 
Edgar M., b. Ap 1898. Address, 6945 Chappel 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 31 N. State St., do. 

WILLIAM F. FEE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 28, 1863; s. John 
and Mary A. (Graham) Fee. Mem., M. E. 
Church; A. F. A. M., Shriiie; I. O. O. F. Married 
Annie E. Gibbs, My 5, 1892. Children: Helen, 
b. S 15, 1890; Archie G., b. Mr 21, 1893; Charles 
J., b. S 12,. 1894; William Franldiu, b. N 28, 
1896; Ruth, b. Je 8, 1899; Harry Lee, b. Je 23, 
1903. Address, Meade, Kan. 

CHARLES' CORNELIUS FENSTERMACHER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Gen. Med, 
practice, Sargent, Neb.; formerly of Vandalia, 
Mich. Mem., Mich. State Med. Soc. Address, 
Sargent, Neb.f 

OLAF FERMSTEAD 



EDWARD B. FETHERSTON 
Phys. and Pharm.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1887; b. Ire- 
land. Prepared in Toronto Sch. of Chem. Ap- 
prenticed to H. Wilson, Ontario, Can. Located 
in Ravenswood, 111.; Phys. and Pharm., Pearce 
River Crossing, Alberta, Can. Address, 4200 N. 
Paulina St., Chicago.}: 

ALBERT MINEAR FULTON 
M. D.; b. N 10, 1868, Fairfield, la.; s. Joseph 
and Sarah Elizabeth (Minear) Fulton. Prepared 
in Fairfield (la.) H. S., and Parsons Coll., Fair- 
field, la. Retired because of blindness, 1912. 
Address, Thomas, Okla. 

RICHARD FYFE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 6, 1870, Edinburgh, 
Scotland; s. George (b. Scotland) and Agnes 
(Rainey) Fyfe (b. do.). Prepared in Heriot-Watt 
Coll., Edinburgh, Scotland. Physician, Chicago, 
1893—. Clin. Instr., Orthopedics, Coll. of Med., 
1896-1900. Married Alice Cornman Read (died 
My 1, 1918> Jl 1903. Chicago. Child, Albert C. 
H., b. Jl 25, 1907. Address, 1922 W. Adams St., 
Chicago; bus. add., 1860 W. Madison St., do. 



DAVID HENRY GALLOWAY 

Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1885; b. Ja 24, 1859, 
la.; s. John (b. 1803, Pa.) and Elizabeth H. (Hall) 
Galloway (b. 1836, Pa.). Prepared in la. Pub. 
Schs.; Harvard Univ., 1887-9. Located in Chi- 
cago, 1882-1903; Asst., Chem., Sch. of Pharm., 
1884-88; Prof., Anal. Chem., do., 1888-90; Prof., 
do., Chicago Coll. of Pharm.; Lecturer, Chem 
Coll. of Med., 1892-93; Instr., Surg., Chicago Med. 
Coll.; Lecturer, Pathol, in the Old Chicago Homeo- 
pathic Coll.; R. R. Surg., Mexico, 1893-4; Roswell 
_N. M., 1904—. Auth.: A few dozen short articles 
in med. journs. Address, Roswell, N. M. 

FRANK H. GARDNER 
Phy.sician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1886; b. Mr 16, 1864, 
Sublette, 111.; s. Francis B. (b. 1822, Swansea, 
Mass.) and Harriett L. (Hatch) Gardner (b. 1840, 
Sublette, 111.). Prepared in N. W. Univ. Prep. 
Sch. Grad. wc»k in Post-Grad. Med. "Sch., Chi- 
cago., 1895. Physician, Moline, 111., 1895^. 
Mem. of Federal Med.' Advisory Bd., 1918; Hosp. 
Steward, Ind. State Militia, 1889-90. Mem., la . 
and 111. Central Dist. Med. Soc; Moline Com- 
mercial Club. Married, 1897, LaFayette, Ind. 
Address, 1816 6th Ave., Moline, 111.; bus. add., 
507 15th St., do. 

*ELMER E..GOLDTHORPE 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. D.D.S., Univ. 

of Mich., 1892; attended Chicago Med. Coll. 

Died My 18, 1901, at his home in Englewood, 

Chicago. 

♦ALBERT FRANKLIN HAHN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Gen. Med. 
practice: formerly located at Eau Claire, Wis. 
Died Ap 23, 1918. 

*HARRY J. HAISELDEN 
M.D.; b. 1870, Piano, 111. Was accorded wide 
notice in November, 1915, because of his refusal 
to operate on a congenitally defective infant, 
"Baby Boiling". Practiced at German Ho.sp., 
Chicago, 3H yrs.; Instr., Chicago Policlinic Hosp. 
Established X-ray dept. at Cook Co. Hosp., 
Chicago. Died June 18, 1919, Havana, Cuba. 

*CHARLES JOHN HARDIE 
M.D. Intern, Alexian Bros, and Cook Co. 
Hosps., Chicago. Died Je 1898, Ariz. 

ANDREW MAGEE HARVEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 14, 1868, Gales- 
burg, 111.; s. William Nathaniel (,b. Ag 31, 1830, 
New York Mills, N. Y.) and Lovina (Brewer) 
Harvey (b. Ap 6, 1833, Timmouth, Vt.). Pre- 
pared in Galesburg H. S.: Univ. of Mich. B.S., 
Knox Coll., 1889; M.S., do., 1892. Pni Gamma 
Delta; Nu Sigma Nu. Pres., Ath. Assn., Knox 
Coll.; Mem., Bd. of Dirs., do., Univ. of Mich., 
Class Orator, Coll. of Med. Intern, St. Eliza- 
beth's Hosp., Chicago, 1893-Ag 1895; located in 
Cnicago, 1895-1913; Clin. Inst., Surg., Coll. of 
Med., 1896-97; La Grange, 111., 1913—.; Chief 
Phys. and Surg., Crane Co., 1896—.; Ex-Pres., 
Grace Hosp., Chicago; Ex-Mem., Staff, Frances 
Willard and Grace Hosps., do.; Pres., Village of 
La Grange Park, My 1917-Ap 1919; Mem., Bd. 
of Educ, La Grange, 1916—. Health Ed., 100<^ 
Magazine of Efficiency, 1914 — . Mem., 111. Club., 
Chicago (Ex-V. P.); Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med. Soc; Am. Coll. Surgs.; A. M. A.; Internat. 
Cong., Hygiene and Dermatography; Am. Assn. 
for Prevention of Tuberculosis; One of Founders 
of Am. Assn. Indus. Phys. and Surgs.; do., Nat. 
Safety Council. Married, Je 1, 1898, Chicago. 
Children: Andrew Magee Jr., D 31, 1904; Lovina 
Brewer, b. S 2, 1907; John Earle, b. D 14, 1910. 
Address, 345 N. Spring Ave., La Grange, 111.; 
6ms. add., 836 S. Mich. Ave., Chicago. 



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GEORGE W. HAUENSTEIN 
Phys. and Surg.: M.D.: b. 1866. Gen. Med. 
practice, Elkhart, Ind. Address, 817 Marion St., 
Elkhart. Ind.; bus. add.. 123 Harri.son St., do.t 

CHRISTIAN A. HEGGE 

(Brother of Olaf H., "93) 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D,; b. ISOC. Certificate, 

Nat. Norm. Univ., Coll. of Med., liebanon, O. 

Surg, practice, Austin, Minn. Mem., A. M. A. 

Address, Austin, Minn t 

OLAFH. HEGGE 
(Brother of Christian A., '93) 
Ph.vsician; M.D.; b. Mr 20, 1872, Biri, Norway; 
s. Haus O. (b. 1838. Biri, Norway) and Neooline 
O. (HasUe) Hegge (b. 1830, do.). Prepared in 
Gjovik H. S.; Univ. of Minn., 1890-91. A.B., 
.-Vars and Voss Coll., Christiania, Norway, 1889. 
Post-Grad. work in Ger. and Scandinavian coun- 
tries, 1913-14. Intern, Bethesda Hosp., St. Paul, 
Minn., 1893-94; Phys., Austin, Minn., 1S94— ; 
Founder of St. Olaf Hosp., Austin, Minn., 1896. 
Chm. of "Med. Bd. 26 during World War. Mem., 
Mower Co. Med. Soc; Minn. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A. Married Ap 20, 1898, Austin, Minn. 
Children: Milda L., b. Ap 7, 1899; Rolv S., b. 
Jl 2, 1902; Valfrid M., b. N 7, 1906. Address, 
811 High St., Austin, MLnn.; bus. add., 400 N. 
Main St., do. 

OTTO WILLIAM BERNARD HENSSLER 
Physician; M.D.; Pb.G., 1S90; b. 1868, Lansing, 
la. Prepared in H. S. Apprenticed to I. D. 
Fowler, Lansing, and G. R. Baker, Chicago, 1883-86 
employed with A. G. Wiese, Chicago; Phys., 729 
S. Halsted St., Chicago; 3618 Indiana Ave., do. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, 25 E. Washington St., 
or 1901 S. Halsted St., Ctiicago.t 

REVERE HERTZEL HERROLD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Chicago Med. Coll., 
1890-91. At one time located in East Chicago, 
lU.t 

*GEORGE ALFRED HIBBERT 
M.D.; b. 1867. Formerly at 2901 Wallace St., 
Chicago. Died My 15, 1915, Chicago. 

*EDWARD ROBERT HOLLIDAY 
M.D.; b. 1866. .\sst. Supt., State Home for 
the Feeble-Minded, Chippewa Falls, Wis., 1 yr. 
Mem., A. M. A. Died F 17, 1914, Ellsworth, Wis. 

LEON A. JACOBUS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Certificate, 

Rush Med. Coll., 1892. Surg, practice, Winfield, 

Kan. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Winfield, Kan.t 

♦WILLIAM R. KELLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. Certificate, 
Rush Med. Coll., 1892. Gen. Med. practice, 
Watonga, Okla. Died Je 12, 1919, Los Angeles. 

CHARLES ELMER KELLOGG 
Retired; M.D.; b. O 7, 1863, Elvira, la.; s. 
Luther (b. F 1824, Hampshire Co., Mass.) and 
Deborah Eccles (.Shearer) Kellog (b. Ja 22, 1836, 
Westmoreland Co., Pa.). Prepared in Cornell 
Coll., Mt. Vernon, la. Faculty Prize; Gold Medal, 
2nd JT.; Cum Laudum, 3rd yr.; Class Pres., 1893. 
Grad. work, Chicago, 1905. Located in Minne- 
apolis, 1893-94; in partnership with Dr. C. E. 
Post. Barron, Wis., Ja 1-Je 1, 1894; Northboro, 
la., 1894-1908; .Shenandoah, do., 1908-S 7, 1917; 
Santa Ana, Calif., Ap 26, 1918 — .; retired from 
Med. practice. Mgr., Orange ranch. 1st Lt., M. 
O. R. C, Camp Funston, Kan.. S 7. 1917-Ap 26, 
1918. Mem., M. K. Church fS. S. Supt. and 
Teacher, eight yrs.; Off. Bd.; Lay Delegate, Gen. 
Conf., Minneapolis, 1912.). Married Blanche 
Monk, Je 30, 1898, Shenandoah, la. Address, 
433 S. Broadway, Santa Ana, Calif. 



' IRVINE y KERR 

Specialist; M.D.; b. 1867. Gen. Med. practice 

also specialist in Otol., Laryngol. and Rliinol. 

Mem., A. M. A. Address, 2116 Stillman Rd., 

Cleveland; bits, add., 1015 Guardian Bldg., do. 

JOHN S. KILBRIDE 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 23, 1865, Zwingle, la.; 
s. Michael and Mary (Qiiinn) Kilbride. Prepared 
in Minneapolis Central H. S. and Iowa City (la ) 
Acad. Gen. Med. practice, Canby, Mjnn. Mem., 
Roman Catholic Church. Married Marie An- 
tonett Birchen; Janette Spragg. Children: Edwjn 
A., b. F 6, 1899; Linnae J., b. N 14, 1901; Zylpha, 
b. My 24, 1906; Kathleen, b. Mr 6, 1915. Address, 
Canby, Minn. 

♦WILLIAM WAYTE LATTO 
Phj's. and Surg.; M.D. Demonstrator of Ma- 
teria Med., ColL of Med., 1894-95. Deceased. 



WILLIAM REINHARDT LIVINGSTOisT 
M.D.; b. D 1, 1870, Oxnard, Calif.; s. Robert 
George and Hannah V. (Palmer) Livingston. Nu 
Sigma Nu; Steele Prize, 1893. Married Mabel 
L.Stimpson. Children: Bernice and Robert. Ad- 
dress, 426 B St., Oxnard, Calif. 

WILLIAM ALISON LUMLEY 
Physician: M.D.; b. Ap 10, 1857; s. William and 
Maryette (Madole) Lumley. Prepared in H. S. 
Located in Renville, Minn., 15 yrs.; Ellsworth, 
Wis., 10 yrs. Mem., M. E. Church; A. F. A. M.; 
I. O. O. F.; Woodmen. Served on Pierce Co., 
Wis., draft Bd., World War. Married Jam; Vogel, 
Mr 19, 1879; Helen Lumley, Oct 14, 1892. Chil- 
dren: Mabel E., b. Ap 19, 1894; Helen E., b. Mr 1, 
1896; Edith M., b. Jl 1, 1898. Address, Ellsworth, 
Wis. 

JOHN SCOTT McDonald 



JOSEPH F. McNULTY 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 11, 1896, Darwin, Minn.; 
s. Bernard (b. Ireland) and Mary (Haney) Mc- 
Nulty (b. do.). Prepared in St. Johns Univ., Minn.; 
No. Ind. State Norm.; Univ. of Minn., Coll. of 
Med., 1890-92. Gen. Med. practice, Minn., 1893- 
1900; Gallaway, Neb., 1900-06; Taylor, do., 1906—. 
Med. Mem. of Local Board for Loup Co., Neb., 
Je 20, 1917; Mem., Board of Examining Surgs., 
Burwell, Neb., 1913. Auth.: Observation on Ob- 
stetrics in Gen. practice, N. Y. Med. News, Jl 2, 
1904. Mem., Custer Co. Med. Soc; Neb. State 
Med. Soc; A.M. A. Married N 14, 1894, Luverne, 
Minn. Address Taylor, Neb. 

♦PEYTON CHESTER MADISON 
M.D.; b. 1863. Formerly at 178 W. Madison 
St., Chicago. Died O 1, 1915. 

SHERREL H. MANLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Coll. of Phys. 
and Surgs., Keokuk, 1873. Gen. Med. practice, 
San Francisco. Address, 2580 Mission, St., San 
Francisco .t 

WILLIAM H. MANSIFEE 
Insp. of Hygiene; M.D.; b. Jl 4, 1864; s. Eliza- 
beth (Jones) Mansifee. Prepared in Lincoln 
Inst., Jefferson City, Mo.; Chicago Homeopathic 
Med. Coll.; Summer Sch., Harvard, 1911. Insp., 
Hygiene, Pub. Schs., St. Louis. Auth.: Articles in 
Medical Record and Therapeutic Gazette. Mem., 
Baptist Church; A. F. A. M.; Mound City Med. 
Soc. Married Rosa Bradshaw, 1898. Children: 
Consuelo M., b. 1899; Helen L., b. 1900. Address, 
4415 Enright St., St. Louis; bus. add., 1039 Sarah 
St., do. 



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JOHN HARLAN MARTIN 
M.D.; b. Mr 29. 1865, Oregon, Wis.; s. John 
and Mary L. Martin. Prepared in Oregon (Wis.) 
H. S.; Univ. of Wis. Married Mary O. Glidden, 
1904. Address, Lead. S. Dak. 

*W. H. H. MILLER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Formerly 
located in Urbana, 111. Died Ja 31, 1906, at his 
home in Cbadwick, III. 

FRANK WILBER MILLS 
M.D.; b. D 18, 1868; s. Edward C. and Levantia 
Mills. Capt., U. S. A., World War. Married 
Margaret Billingsley, O 1, 1892. Address, 113 
Albany St., Ottumwa, la.; bus. add., 114 W. 2nd 
St., do. 

OLNEY B. MONOSMITH 
Oculist; M.D.; b. My 27, 1871, Penfield, O.; 
s. Thomas B. (b. N 9, 1845, Huntington, O.) and 
Emily (Rounds) Monosmith (b. S 22, 1847, do.). 
Prepared in H. S. Grad. work in Eye, Ear, Nose 
and Throat. Located in Lorain, O., 1894 — . Vol. 
Med. Serv. Corps. Married Je 1901, Lorain, O. 
Children: Lois Elain, b. Ag 19, 1902; Lola Ruth, 
b. F 1, 1906. Address, 424 Broadway, Lorain, O. 

ALBERT W. MOORE 
M.D.; b. Ap 22, 1861, Aurora, 111.; s. H. W. 
Moore. Prepared in West Aurora Schools. Lo- 
cated at Sugar Grove to 1919; Aurora, 1919^. 
Married 1905, Bristol, 111. Child, b. O 21, 1895. 
Address, 154 Penn Ave., Aurora, 111.; bus. add., 
Frazier Bldg., do. 

*JACOB S. NEWCOMER 
M.D.; b. 1863; Gen. Med. practice, S. Dak., 
OIT., U. S. Indian Serv.; Sr. Consulting Phys.; 
Contagious Diseases Hosp., Chicago. Died Ja 
27, 1917, Chicago. 

WILLIAM HENRY O'MALLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 14, 1868, Dixon, 
111.; s. Peter and Sabina (Haley) O'Malley. Pre- 
pared in Dixon Coll., scientific and med. course, 
1889-91. Football Team. Gen. Med. practice. 
Kinsman, 111., 1893-1907; Kewanee, do., 1907—. 
Mem., A. M. A.; M. W. A.; K. C; Kewanee 
Country Club; Visitation (Catholic) Church. 
Married Nellie Louise Meagher, O 20, 1897, Kins- 
man, 111. Children: Alfaretta, b. Mr 26, 1899; 
Pauline, b. Ja 25, 1901; Helen, b. S 19, 1903; 
Emma, b. Je 11, 1906; Catherine, b. Mr 1, 1910; 
Margaret, b. S 12, 1911; Address, 724 S. Tre- 
mont St., Kewanee, 111.; bus. add., 222 N. Tre- 
mont St., do. 

FRANK A. OSINCUP 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Attended Med. 
Dept., Cornell Univ., 1890-91. Gen Med. prac- 
tice. Address, Waverly, la.t 

*EMIL OTTO 
M.D.; Ph.G., 1880; b. N 23, 1860, Chicago; 
s. Joseph Otto. Prepared in Ger. Sch., and 
Scammon and Clark Schs., Cnicago. Apprenticed 
to F. Liese, Larabee St., Chicago, 1874-80. Em- 
ployed by Henry Hautau, Chicago. Drug., 649 
W. 21st St., Chicago; later at 570 W. 14th St., 
do. Mem., Chicago Coll. of Pharm.; 111. Pharm. 
Assn. Married Lizzie Schulz, S 25, 1883. Chicago. 
Child, Agnes. Deceased. 

CHARLES D. PACKARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Rush Med. 
Coll., 1890-92. Gen. Med. practice, Roosevelt, 
Wis.; do., Rhinelander, do. Address, Rhinelander, 

Wis.t 

JOHN WILLIAM PATTERSON 

M.D.; b. N 9, 1867, Tuscarawas Co., O.; s. 

David and Mariah (Bukey) Patterson. Located 



in Oconee, 111., 1899—. Mem., B. P. O. E.; I. 
O. O. F.; Mod. Woodmen of Am. Married Clara 
E. Morgan, D 13, 1893. Children: Zerola, b. S 3, 
1894; Florence, b. Jl 1, 1897; Harold, b. O 20, 1901; 
Marian, b. Ap 2, 1905; Dorothy, b. S 26, 1911; 
Claribel, b. O 16, 1913. Address, Oconee, 111. 

♦JOSEPH J. PIERRON 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1855. Chief Surg, to the 

Chicago Terminal Traction R. R. Co., and Local 

Surgeon of the Chicago Great Western R. R. Died 

D 14, 1916, Chicago. 

CLARK C. POST 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 1, 1867, Chicago; 
s. George W. and Mary E. (Crandall) Post. Pre- 
pared in West Division H. S., Chicago, and Mil- 
ton Coll., Milton, Ark. B.S., Alfred Univ., Al- 
fred, N. Y. Mem., K. P.; Am. Legion. Capt., 
M. C, U. S. Army. Married Jessie E. Post, 1900. 
Address, Barron, Wis. 

HARRY V. PRESCOTT 
M.D.; b. F 13, 1867, Bowen, 111.; s. William and 
Mattie (Miller) Prescott. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
Congr. Church. Married Lucretia Quinton, My 
14, 1903, Denmark, la. Children: Harlan, b. F 22, 
1904; George, b. My 17, 1907. Address, Dallas 
City, 111. 

THOMAS HUBERT RENN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chicago. M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 
5320 W. Adams St., Chicago; bus. add., 300 S. 
Cicero St., do. t 

OSCAR ROFF 
Phys. and Surg.; b. D 24, 1866, Stephensport, 
Ky.; s. D. and D. J. (Seaton) Roff. Prepared in 
Sedgwick (Kan.) H. S. Mem., B. P. O. E. Mar- 
ried Alice Paine. Child, b. F 1886. Address, 
801 Plum St.. Newton, Kan.; bus. add., 423 Main 
St., do. 

DAVID WILLIAM ROOS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Phys. and 
Specialist in Tuberculosis, Manistique, Mich.; 
Address, Manistique, Micb.t 

ELLIS J. ROWE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 15, 1861; s. Daniel I. 
(b. 1819, Rensselaer, N. Y.) and Phoebe A. (John- 
son) Rowe (b. 1824, R. I.). Prepared in IJoane 
Coll., Crete, Neb. Phys., Wilford, Neb., 1893- 
1900; do., Forest, Miss., 1900-05; do., Hillsboro, 
Miss., 1905—. Married Alma L. Rowe, 1892, 
Dorchester, Neb. (died Mv 14, 1906). Children: 
Merle and Earle, b. Ja 5. 1894; Alita, b. F 19, 1899; 
Aline, b. O 26, 1901; Janice, b. Ja 26, 1905. Ad- 
dress, Hillsboro, Miss. 

ALLEN SALTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1888; b. Ap 23, 
1864; s. D. C. and Virginia E. (Loos) Salter. Gen. 
Med. and Surg, practice. Mem., A. F. A. M. 
32°; A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Co. Med. Soc; 
A. A. A. S.; B. P. O. E. Address, Lena, 111. 

♦EDWARD CONSTANT SEUFERT 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 31, 1873, Wurzburg, 
Ger.; s. Nicholas (b. Wurzburg, Ger.) and Chris- 
tine Seufert (b. do.). Prepared in Forres Pub. 
Sch. and Univ. of Aberdeen (Scotland). A.M., 
Univ. Valparaiso, 1910. Nu Sigma Nu; Honor 
Roll, Graduation. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago; 
Phys. in Chief, Am. and Norwegian-Am. Hosps.; 
Pathologist to St. Marys of Nazareth Hosp.; 
Adjunct Prof., Biol., Coll. of Med., 1,893; Prof., 
Biol, do., 1894; Prof., Biol, and Embryol. do., 
1894—; Adjunct Prof. Med., do.; Prof. Histol., 
Pathol, and Bacteriol., 111. Med. Coll.; Prof., Med. 
and Clin. Med., Chicago Coll. of Med. and Surg. 
Auth.: Vade-mecum of Treatment, two editions, 
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Med. Jours. Mem.. A. M. A.; 111. State Med. 
Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; Chicago Pathol. Soc; 
Fellow, Am. Coll. of Phvs. Married F 21, 1901, 
Milwaukee. Children: Adeline, b. Ag 25, 1903; 
Edward, b. Mr 12. 1907; Raymond, b. Mr 9. 1908. 
Died Ap 27, 1921, Chicago. 



EMMET L. SMITH 
Phy.s. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Chicago Homeo- 
pathic Med. Coll., 1888. Cook Co. Hosp., Chi- 
cago, 1890. Gen. Med. practice; formerly located 
at 7 W. Madison St., Chicago. Address, Zanes- 
ville. O.t 

AMUEL B. SPACH 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 24, 1857, Allen Co.. O.; 
8. Leonard L. (b. Ja 4, 1824, Tuscarawas Co., O.) 
and Catherine A. (Smalley) Spaeh (b. Jl 3, 1830, 
Stark Co., O.). Prepared in Baldwin-Wallace 
Prep. Sch.. Berca, O. A.B., Baldwin-Wallace 
Coll., 1881; A.M., 1884. M.D., Chicago Homeo- 
pathic Med. Coll., 1886. Phi Kappa Phi. Intern. 
Cook Co. Hosp., 1886-88; Gen. Med. practice, 
Chicago; Instr., Med., Coll. of Med., 1902-06. 
Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A. Married Edith Towne, Ap IS, 1893, 
Chicago. Children: Marian Towne, b. Ja 20, 
1894; Barrett LeRoy, b. N 13, 1898. Addreas, 
1428 E. 57th St., Chicago; bus. add., 30 N. Mich- 
igan Blvd., do. 

♦MATTHEW E. STEVENS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. Meharry 
Med. Coll.. Nashville, Ky.. 1890-91. Gen. Med. 
practice. Texarkana. Tex. Deceased. 

JAMES LINCOLN STEWART 
Physician; M.D.; b. N. 22. 1865, Minnesota 
City. Minn.; s. William R. and Albina (Drew) 
Stewart. Prepared in State Normal Sch.. Winona. 
Minn., 1886. Located at Irene, S. Dak., 14 yrs; 
Lead. S. Dak., since about 1907. Mem., Local 
and State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Myra 
Judson, S 19, 1893, Hurley, S. Dak. Children: 
James Earle, b. Jl 13, 1894; Howard Monroe, b. 
Je 27. 1896: Joy Myra. b. F 8, 1901. Address, 
Lead. S. Dak. 

WELLINGTON T. STEWART 
(Brother of Harry John, '97) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 18, 1867, Canada; 
8. W. J. and Mary (Thompson) Stewart. Gen. 
Med. practice. Chicago; formerly located in Mar- 
shall Field Bldg.. do. Mem., A. F. A. M., Con- 
sistory. Shrine; Macabees; Phys. Club; Chicago 
Med. Club; A. M. A. Married Harnett Anderson. 
Children: William, b. Je, 1888; George Ross, b. 
My 17. 1893. Address. 1311 Pratt Blvd.. Chicago; 
bus. add., R. 800, 110 N. Wabash Ave., do. 

THOMAS MARTINIUS STIXRUD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Litchville, N. Dak.f 



CHARLES STOLTZ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 17. 1864; s. Charles 
and Margaret (Papp) Stoltz. Prepared in Val- 
paraiso Univ. and Ind. Univ. Located in South 
Bend, Ind. U. S. Boys Working Reserve; Med. 
Advisory Bd.. World War. Auth.: Delayed Union 
in Fractures; Congenital Monstrosities. Child, 
Charles Raymond, b. Je 13, 1897 (Died N 11, 1915.) 
Address, 530 N. I>afayette, South Bend, Ind.; 6ms. 
add., 311 Jefferson Blvd.. do. 

ORLANDO G. TAYLOR 
M.D.; b. N 1. 1863. Robinson. 111.; s. John H. 
and Grace (Vernon) Taylor. Rush Med. Coll., 
1891-92; B.S., Nat. Norm. Univ., 1889. Located 
in Palestine, 111., 1893 — . Mem., Mod. Wood- 
men; Crawford Co. Med. Soc; 111. Central, Yazoo 
& Miss. Surg. Assn.; Assn. Am. Ry. Surg.; Presby. 
Church. Married Ola Kitchell, Ag 1896, Danville, 
111. Child, John Richard, b. D 24, 1909. Address, 
Palestine, III. 

WILLIS LEROY TUCKER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Certificate, 
Univ. of Md.. 1892. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, Hinsdale, Mass.t 

FRANK E. UPTON 



♦ARNOLD HERBERT VAN DUYN 
M.D.; b. 1872; Lt. M. C, U. S. A., Ft. Riley, 
Kan. Died Ja 28, 1918, Hill City, Kan. 

WILLIAM W. WARRINER 
Certificate, Rush Med. Coll. 

CHARLES H. WAXHAM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 4, 1865, LaPorte 
Co., Ind.; s. Z. and Caroline (Nevins) Waxham. 
1st Lieut., M. C, U. S. A., World War. Married 
Hettie L. Gebler. Children: Roy and Blanche. 
Address, Sugar City, Colo. 

JAMES JOHNSON WILLIAMS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 8, 1867. Wheatland. 
Mo.; s. James Davis (b. 1820. Nashville. Tenn.) 
and Harriett Bryant (Hughes) Williams (b. 1821. 
Knoxville. Tenn.). Prepared in S. W. B. Coll., 
Bolivar, Mo. Phys., Cross Timbers, Mo., 1893-96; 
do., Bolivar, Mo., 1896-98; do., Weatherford, Okla., 
1898—; State Senator, 1907-12; Sec. Okla State 
Bd. of Med. Examiners, 1916-19. Contract Surg., 
S. A. T. C, S. W. St. Norm,, Weatherford, Okla., 
1918. Mem., Custer Co. and Okla. State Med. 
Societies; A. M. A. Married Tena T. Millike, 
1892, Bolivar, Mo. Children: James Rankin, 
b. 1895: Gordon Darnall, b. 1901; J. J., b. 1912. 
Address, Weatherford, Okla. 

SAMUEL ELIPHALET WILLIAMS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Rush Med. 
Coll., 1890-92. Gen. Med. practice. New Bed- 
ford, 111. Address, New Bedford, Ill.t 



CLASS OF 1894 (76 LIVING, 17 DEAD) 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ANDREWS 
M.D.; b. F 26. 1864. Pleasant Plain, la.; s. 
Benjamin C. and Mary (Bruff) Andrews. B.S., 
Penn Coll.. Oskaloosa, la.. 1891; A.B.. do., 1897. 
Married Bertha M. Hadley. N 26. 1896. Thorn- 
town. Ind. Children: Sarah Mabel, b. Ag 19, 
1897; Frances Esther, b. D 18. 1903; Helen Lelah, 
b. O 16. 1908; Milton, b. S 2, 1910. Address, 
727 Reba Place. Evanston, 111.; bus. add., 25 E. 
Washington St.. Chicago. 

IBUSINA CHARLES ANKER 
M.D.; b. Ap 18. 1855, Hamilton. O.; 8. Alois 
and Catherine (Haehl) Anker. Prepared in San 



Francisco H. S. Located in Chicago. 1894-08; 
Modesto, CaUf .. 1908 — . Mem.. Lutheran Church . 
Married Anna K. Carlson. Ag 17. 1904. Address, 
Route A. Box 33, Modesto, Calif. 

MILTON HARRIS ATKINS 
Physician; M.D.; b, D 9, 1869, San Francisco; 
8. Robert Calvin (b. Gardiner, Me.) and Nellie 
(Danen) Atkins (b. Bo.ston, Mass.). Prepared in 
San Francisco H. S. M.D.. Hahnemann Med. Coll. 
San Francisco, 1891. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Specialist, San Francisco, 1904-07; Burlinpame, 
Calif., 1907 — . Married Anna Kaasch, N 17, 
1896, San Francisco. Address, 1433 Floribunda 
Ave., Burlingamc, Calif. 



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HENRY WILLIAM BERARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 8, 1866, Grand 
Rapids, Wis.; s. Adaline (Barette) Berard. Pre- 
pared in Merrill, Wis. A.B., Lawrence. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Clin. Instr., Diseases of Eye and 
Ear, Coll. of Med:, 1896-1900. Phys., Local Bd. 
32, World War. Mem., A. F. A. M., Shrine, 
Consistory. Married Laura R. Dowling, O 20, 
1897. Children: LeRoy H., b. Ag 19, 1898; Lor- 
raine A., b. Je 8, 1902. Address, 2659 W. Chicago 
Ave., Chicago. 

GEORGE IRVING BLUHM 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 23, 1868; s. Isaac (b. 
1840, Rus.) and Assne (Blumenthal) Bluhm (b. 
1839, do.). Prepared in Russian H. S. Located 
in Chicago and San Francisco. Auth.: Juices of 
Dogs Stomach as a Therapeutic Remedy, Pacific 
Med. Jour., Ag 1902; Prostitution and its Remedy, 
do., O 1913; Treatment of Alcoholic and Veneral 
Diseases, do., O 1902; Circumcision, do., Jl 1901; 
The Ethnology and Treatment of Crime, do., O 
1901; Hot Baths in the Treatment of Fevers, Med. 
Fortnightly, Ja 10, 1903; Innumerable translations 
from Russian for Pacific Med. Jour. Mem., San 
Francisco Co. Med. Soc; Calif. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; A. F. A. M. Married Selma Holzmars, 
My 27, 1893, Chicago. Children: H. Isabel, b. 
My 13, 1894; Alice Mildred, b. Ap 12, 1896; 
George Irving, Jr., b. My 28. 1898. Address, 1924 
Bush St., San Francisco, Calif. 

HENRY BORST 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 5, 1863, Chicago; 
s. Henry (b. 1826, Ger.) and Wolke (Jutting) 
Borst (b. 1840, Ger."). Prepared in Bryant and 
Stratton Business Coll., Chicago. 1st yr. Faculty 
Prize, Gold Medal, 1891-92. House Surg., Chi- 
cago Hosp., 1894-95; Instr., Bacterid., Coll. of 
Med., 1897; Gen. Med. practice, 3200-3255 S. 
State St., Chicago, 1895-98; Lecturer, Surg., Chi- 
cago Post-Grad. Med. Sch., 1897-98; Gen. Med. 
practice Oelwein, la., 1898-1904; do., Fairhope, 
Silverhill and Robertsdale, Ala., 1904-12; do., 
Pensacola, Fla., 1912-20. Med. Examiner for State 
Militia, Oelwein Co., 1903. In last six yrs. dis- 
covered essential cause of asthma. Auth. : Various 
short articles in Med. Journals; articles on anti- 
militarist and religious subjects in Seattle, Wash., 
Crucible, 1919; Explanation of the Cause of Europes 
War, Medical World; Article on Roosevelt in The 
Messenger, Mr 1919. Served several years as Sec. 
of Coll. of Med. Alumni Assn. Mem., Oelwin Med. 
Soc. (Sec.) ; Baldwin Co. Med. Soc. (Treas.). Non- 
militarist over thirty yrs. Married Bothilda 
Eleanor Bertelsen, Jl 28, 1897, Chicago. Chil- 
dren: Herbert Spencer, b. Mv 5, 1898; George 
Erasmus, b. Jl 3, 1900; Victor Thomas, b. Ap 23, 
1903; Paul Henry, b. S 1905, (died 1906); Charles 
Darwin b. D 27, 1908; William Hcnrv, b. S 11, 
1912. Address, 614 E. Wright St., Pensacola, Fla. 

*EDGAR I. BRADLEY 
M.D.; b. 1871. Located in White Sulphur 
Springs, Mont. Owner of Virginia City JIosp. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Madison Co. (Mont.) Med. Soc. 
(Ex-Sec). Died S 21, 1909, White Sulphur 
Springs, Mont. 

WILLIAM SIMON BROWN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. B.S. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Gen. Med. practice, Elgin, 111. Capt., 
M. R. C, U. S. A., Base Hosp., Camp Dodge. 

Address, 258 Jefferson Ave., Elgin, 111.; bus. add., 
Spurling Bldg., do.; also, 25 E. Washington St., 
Chicago.! 

THOMAS J. BUCKLEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 10, 1871; s. John F. 
(b. 1825, Ire.) and Annie (Fay) Buckley (b. 1845, 
Cincinnati). Prepared in Chicago Pub. Schs. 
Columbia Med. Soc. Grad. work, Chicago, 1894. 
Phys.r Fayette, Wis.; do., Breggsville, Wis. Mar- 
ried, S 11, 1902, Fayette, Wis. Children: Gene- 



vieve; Verne (died F 12, 1909); Leo, b. Ja 16, 1907; 
Fay, b. O 6, 1908. Address, Breggsville, Wis. 

WILLIAM PATRICK BURKE 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Clin. Lecturer, 
Gynecol., Coll. of Med.; Evangelist, Loma Linda, 
Calif.; later at Summit Ave., Redlands, do. Mem., 
Am. Coll. of Surgs. Address, Merritt Bldg., Los 
Angeles. t 

JOHN H. COLE 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time Phys. and 
Surg., Sherman, Mich. J 

*PETER FRANK CROWLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Univ. of 
Mich., 1891. Died My 29, 1899, Montrose, Colo. 

*MILTON V. CUNNINGHAM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1887. Gen. Med. 
practice, Youngstown, O. Died Mr 24, 1920, 
Santa Ana, Calif. 

FRANK DENNIS DARCY 



*AARON DAVID DAVIDOW 
M.D.; b. 1867. Certificate from Univ. of the 
City of N. Y., 1889-92. Formerly located in 
Florida, N. Y. and Brooklyn, do. Mem., New 
York State Med. Soc; Orange Co. Med. Soc 
Died N 18, 1907, at his home in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EDWIN SHERIDAN DAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Earlham, la.t 

JAMES M. De KRAKER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 27, 1865, Holland; s. 
Andrew (b. F 4, 1831, Netherlands) and Susan 
(Van Kerkfort) De Kraker (b. N 15, 1832, do.). 
Prepared in Grand Rapids (Mich.) H. S. Gold 
medal; Roll of Honor. Grad. work in Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat Coll., Chicago; Post-Grad. Med. 
Sch., N. Y.; K. K. Allgemeine Krankenhaus and 
Policlinic of Vienna. Mem., Grand Rapids Med. 
Soc; Mich. State Med. Soc. Married Jennie May 
Omans, 1896. Child, Louise, b. Mr 6, 1901. Ad- 
dress, 218 HoUister Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

WILLIAM DENNISON DILWORTH 
Specialist; M.D.; b. 1871. Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Specialist, Pasadena, Calif. Mem., Los 
Angeles Co. Med. Assn., Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Section; Am. Coll. of SurgS.; Los Angeles Clin, and 
Pathol. Soc; A. M. A. Address, 1220 S. Pasa- 
dena Ave., Pasadena, Calif.; 6ms. add.. Citizens 
Savings Bank Bldg., cZo.f 

THEODORE J. DOEDERLEIN 
Quiz Master; M.D.; b. Ag 14, 1871, Chicago; 
s. Ferdinand (b. Ja 4, 1838, Bavaria, Ger.) and 
Magdalena (Nitshke) Doederlein (b. Ag 20, 1848, 
St. Louis). Prepared in Grammer Sch. and Con- 
cordia Coll., Ft. Wayne, Ind., 1885-91. Intern, 
St. Elizabeth Hosp., Chicago, 1894-95; Univ. of 
Leipzig, 1895-96; Johns Hopkins, 1897; Univ. of 
Munich, 1909; Quiz Master in Pathol., Coll. of 
Med., 1897 — ; Attending Gynecolog., Grant Hosp., 
Chicago. Gen. Med. practice, do., 1910 — ■. Am. 
Red Cross, Med. Section of Civilian Relief, Chica- 
go Chapter, My 1918-1919. Auth.; Renal Sy- 
philis, 1897; Extra Peritoneal Caesarian Section, 
Surg. Gynecol, and Obstetrics, 1909; Pubiotomy, 
do., 1910; Dysmenorrhea Essentials, do., 1914; 
Pregnancy in Adenomyoma Uteri, do., 1913; Types 
of Pelvic Infections, do., 1920. Mem., Chicago 
Gynecol. Soc; A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. 
State Med. Soc; Lutheran Church; Lincoln Club 
Married Lydia A. Wagner, 1898, Chicago. Chil- 
dren: Gerard and Felice. Address, 651 Kenesaw 
Terrace, Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Washington St.. 
do. 



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FREDERICK FRANCIS DOEPP 
Phys. and Surg,: M.D.; b. 1867. Gen. Med. 
practice, Roswell, N. M.; later at Carlsbad, do. 
Address, Carlsbad, N. M.t 

OLIVER HENDREN DONALDSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S70. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chicago. Address, Chicago Beach Hotel, 
Chicago; bus. add., 1344 E. 63rd St., do.-f 

DANIEL WEBSTER EVANS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 14, 1866; s. Morgan 
Lewis (b. Je 21, 1837) and Jane (Lewis) Evans 
(b. S 1S40). Prepared in Guthrie Co. (la.) 11. S.; 
Univ. of la., 1891-92. Grad. work in N. V., 
Chicago and Philadelphia. Physician, Dell Ra- 
pids, S. Dak.. 1894-99; do., Scranton, Pa., 1900— 
Owner and Operator, Dr. Evans Hosp., Scranton, 
1909 — . Auth.: Many articles on Economics. 
Mem., Lackawanna Co. Med. Soc.; Pa. State Med. 
Soc; A. M. A. Married, N 11, 1898. Children: 
Jeannette Margaret, b. N 4, 1899; Bavard Daniel, 
b. F 1, 1900; Aubrey Morgan, b. My 13, 1902. 
Address, 157 S. Main Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

HAROLD O. EVENSEN 
M.D.; b. Ap 29, 1S6S, Norway; s. Halvor and 
Hanna (Eyde) Evensen. Prepared in Molde 
(Norway) H. S. Ph.B., Univ. of Christiania; 
A.M., do.; M.D., Med. Acad., Univ. of Paris. 
Grad. work, Post-Grad. Med. Sch., New York; 
Manhattan Eve and Ear Infirmary; Chicago Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat Coll.; 111. Charitable Eye 
and Ear Infirmary, Chicago; Post-Grad. Sch. and 
Hosp., do. Attended clinics of Vienna, 1902; 
2nd Asst. to Geheimerat von Hirschberg, Berlin, 
1903; Royal Acad, of Oph thalmol., London, 1903; 
V. P., 111. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. 
Mem., Mod. Woodmen; B. P. O. E.; A. F. A. M.; 
Am. Acad, of Ophthalmol, and Oto-Laryngol.; 
A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; Internat. Cong, of 
Ophthalmol. Married Nellie Florence Nash., Ja 
3, 1906, Ottawa, 111. Address, Hotel Alexandria, 
Chicago; bus. add., Marshall Field Annex, Suites 
832-836. do. 

*ALBERT ALONZO FOSTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Marquette, Mich.; Phys., St. Marys Hosp., 1st 
Nat. Bank Bldg., do. Deceased. 

ARTHUR T. GREGORY 
Specialist; M.D.; b. 185.5. Specialist in Pedia- 
trics; formerly located in Elroy, Wis. Mem., A. 
M. A. Address, Mauston, Wis.t 

♦THOMAS BENTON HART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. (Jen. Med. 
practice, Mt. Etna, Ind.; Med. Supt., N. M. 
Miners Hosp.; Health Officer, Colfax Co.; City 
Phys.. Raton, N. M.; Asst. local Surg., Santa Fe 
System; V.P., N. M. Bd. of Health; Pres.. Local 
Bd. of Pension Examiners. Mem., N. M. Med. 
Assn. (Pres.); A. M. A. Died Ap 5, 1911. Raton, 
N. M. 

HENRY HARTUNG 
(Brother of Adolph, '08) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 9, 1868, Gotha. 
Ger.; s. Wm. (b. Ger.) and .\nna (Evert) Hartung 
(b. do.). Prepared in the Nat. Ger-Am. Teachers 
Sem., Milwaukee. Grad. of Normal Coll. of the 
Am. Gymnastic Union, 1889. V. P., graduating 
class. Professional studies at Univ. Hosps. of 
Vienna and Munich; Intern, do., 1894-95. Prac- 
ticing Phys. and Surg., Chicago. Asst. Prof., 
Surg.. Coll. of Med.. 1900-08. Mem., Bd. of 
Education, Chicago, 1901-04. Auth.: Various art- 
icles on Medicine, Hygiene, and Physical Educa- 
tion. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. Med. Soc; Chicago 
Med. Soc; Ger. Med. Soc; Mem., Staff, Grant 
Hosp., Clxicago. Married Louise Georg, 1894, 
Chicago, 111. Children: Kurt, b. Mr 25, 1896 
(died Jl 19, 1915); Anita H., b. S 26. 1902; Harold 



H.. b. Ap 26, 1907; Louise C. b. Ag 18. 1912. 
Address, 722 Diver.sey Parkway. Chicago; bus. 
add., 2615 Sheffield Ave., do. 

PHILLIP HERRIGES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. State Univ. of la., 
1891-92; Rush Med. Coll., 1892-93. At one time 
Phys., Westbend. Wis.t 

JOSEPH BRYCE HOLMES 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ag 24, 1871; s. Alex and 

Martha (Sorman) Holmes. Mem., A. M. A. 

Married LiUie Stover, O 16. 1894, Macomb, 111. 

Address, Macomb, 111. 

HARRY J. HORNBOGEN 
Specialist; M.D.; b. F 14, 1871, Reeds, Mjnn.; 
s. Charles W. and Georgiana Hornbogen. Pre- 
pared in Reeds (Minn.) H. S., 1889; Winona State 
Norm. Sch., 1890. Gold Medal. 1892; Appointed 
to III. Eye and Ear Infirmary by competitive 
examination. Valedictorian, Class of 1894. Spec- 
ialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Marquette. 
Mich. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Chicago Ophthalmol. 
Soc; Chicago Med. Soc. (V. P.); Am. Coll. Surg. 
(Fellow). Married Josephine Powell, O 9, 1898. 
Children: CarlP., b. 1899; Dan, b. 1903; Josephine, 
b. 1911. Address, Marquette, Mich. 

♦OSCARjMORRILL IDE 
M.D.; b. 1872. Died Ja 19. 1907. at his home 
in Chicago. 

LEWIS JOEL ISAACS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Chicago Med. 
Coll., 1891-92. Gen. Med. practice. Mem.. A. 
M. A. Address, 2829 W. 38th St., Chicago.f 

HOMER E. JAMISON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1858. Gen. Med. 
practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Milburn, 
111., R. F. D:, Wadsworth, do.\ 

VICTOR JOSEPHSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 6, 1862; s. Rachel (Kan- 
tewvitz) Josephson. Prepared in H. S., Rus. Gen. 
Med. practice. Married Anna Jame, D 31, 1896. 
Children: Helen, b. O 30. 1897; Isabel, b. D 6. 
1898; Stanley, b. Je 18. 1903. Address, 3203 
Douglas Blvd., Chicago. 

GOTFRIED LEWIS KARNOPP 
(Brother-in-Law of Clara Moore. '04, and Geo. W. 
Moore, '05) 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 7, 1870, Cooperstown, 
Wis.; s. Frederick (b. My 27, 1825, Ger.) and Min- 
nie (Brusp) Karnopp (b. Ja 1. 1826. do.). Pre- 
pared in Sheboygan (Wis.) Bus. Coll. Gen. Med. 
practice. Kellnersville. Wis. (2 yrs.); Mishicot, 
Wis.. 1896—; Pres., State Bank and Health Off.. 
do. Med. Examiner, Manotowoc Co. Vol. Med. 
Serv. Corps. Mem., Lutheran Church; Manito- 
woc Co. Med. Soc; Wis. State Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Edith Moore, Jl 9. 1893, Kewaunee, Wis. 
Children: Evelyn, b. Ap 25, 1895; Norma, b. Jl 
23, 1896; Joyce, b. D 24, 1908. Address, Mishicot, 
Wis. 

EDGAR DANIEL KERR 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 14, 1866. DegrafF. O.; 
8. Joseph and Salome (Hudson) Kerr. Teacher, 
111. Schs. Vol. Med. Serv. Corps. World War. 
Mem.. A. F. A. M., 32°; Presby. Church. Married 
Alphretta Garvin. N 30, 1896. Children: Mary, 
b. Jl 2. 1897; Joseph, b. Je 3, 1900; June, O 14, 1913. 
Address, Westervelt, 111. 

JOHN J. KERRIGAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1856. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Michigan City, Ind.t 



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WLADYSLAW AUGUSTYN KUFLEWSKI 
Med. Examiner; M.D.; b. My 26, 1870, Jaros- 
zewo, Posen, Poland: s. Augustyn ^b. My 31, 1831, 
Zboszen, Silesia, Poland) and Salomea (Kalacin- 
ski) Kuflewski (b. S 30, 1842, Znin, Posen, Poland). 
Prepared in Jaroszewo Pub. Sch.; Znin H. S. and 
Pvt. Instr. Located in Chicago; Sr. Surg., St. 
Marys of Nazareth Posp.: Prof., Surg., Chicago 
Clin. Sch.; Instr., Inoperative Surg., St Marys of 
Nazareth Tr. Sch. for Nurses; Chief Med. Examiner 
Polish Nat. Alliance; Correspondent in Am. for 
Polish Med. Jours, in Europe; Grand-Marshall, 
at the unveiling of statues of Brig. Gens. Pulaski 
and Koscuiszko, Washington, D. C., My 11, 1910; 
Delegate, 1st Polish Cong, and Chm. of Finances, 
do., My 1910; Pres , Polish Nat. Lib. and Museum 
of N. A.; V. P., Chicago Lib. Bd.; do., Chicago 
Bd. of Educ. 1st Lt., and Surg., Second 111. Regt. 
Mem., Chicago Acad, of Surg.; 111. Surg. Soc; 
Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Fellow, Am. Coll. 
of Surgs., 1917; Am. Polish Med. Soo. (Pres. and 
Life Mem.); Am. Polish Med. Assn. (Organizer, 
Charter Mem. and V. P.); Polish Am. Womens 
League for Red Cross Work (Hon. Pres. and Instr.) ; 
Chicago Ath. Club; Internat. Club of Nations. 
Auth.: Sterilization of Books (pamphlet), 1898; 
How to Celebrate the Independence Day (pam- 
phlet), 1899; Alcohol and its Action on the Human 
Body; How to Vaccinate, When and Why; Tech- 
nique of Minor Surg, and its Importance; A Thesis 
of the Importance of Cleanliness; Fracture of 
Femor and its Treatment by the Method ot Dr. 
Kuflewski; Ambulatory Treatment of Fracture of 
Pernor; A pamphlet to do away with the germ- 
laden cup. Married Angeline Rose Cwiklinski, 
F 21, 1906. Child, Adele Alice, b. F 22, 1920. 
Address, 1366 N. Robey St., Chicago; bus. add., 
1725 S. Ashland Ave., do. 

OSCAR MONROE LANSTRUM 
Phys. and Publisher; M.D.; b. N 26, 1869, 
Galesburg, 111.; s. Christian Earnest (b. 1837, 
Sweden) and Susan Elizabeth (Crocker) Lanstrum 
(b. 1843, Ky.). Prepared in Knox Acad. A.B., 
Knox Coll., 1891; A.M., do., 1894. Phi Gamma 
Delta; Nu Sigma Nu. Located in Chicago, 1894- 
95; Marysville, Mont., 1895-1905; Helena, do., 
1905 — . Served two terms in Mont, legislature. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Mont. Club; Rocky Mt. Club; 
Trustee, Mont. Wesleyan Univ.; do. Knox Coll. 
Married Lilian Gertrude Conrad D 18, 1899, 
Marysville, Mont. Children: Claude Conrad, b. 
S 12, 1899; Frederick Crocker, b. Mr 9, 1903; 
Philip Monroe, b. O 12, 1908. Address, 802 
Madison Ave., Helena, Mont. 

*HERMAN LARSEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Luther 
Coll., Decorah, la.; Univ. of la., 1891-93. De- 
ceased. 

♦FRANCISCO LA SPADA 
M.D.; b. 1864. Gen. Med. practice, Smoot 
Bldg., San Jose, Calif. Died Jl 2, 1916, at his 
home, San Jose, Calif. 

ALBERT E. LAUSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 17, 1866; s. David (b. 
Mr 30, 1834, Montreal, Can.) and Martha (Hebert) 
Lauson (b. Ap 5, 1840, Albany, N. Y.). Prepared 
in Galesville (Wis.) H. S.; Galesville Univ., Wis. 
Located in Milwaukee, 1894-1903; Anthony, N. 
M., 1903 — . Married Gertrude Valentine Lee- 
dom, F 7, 1900, Milwaukee. Child, Helen Con- 
stance, b. S 10, 1902. Address, Anthony, N. M. 

ERNEST E. LEESON 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 21, 1872, Varney, Ont., 
Can.; s. Henry W. and Sarah (Policy) Leeson. 
Prepared in Ontario H. S., and Owen Sound Bus. 
Coll., Owen Sound, Ontario. 1st Lt., My 19, 
1917, Capt., M. C, My 3, 1918, Maj., do., F. 1920; 
active serv. overseas, 14 mos., Meuse, Argonne. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., Freeport Consistory; A. A. 



0. N. M. S. Married Mary A. Clark, Ap 4, 1894, 
Chicago. Children: Ernest W., b. F 20, 1898; 
Olif A., b. F 17, 1900. Address, 2228 Warren Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 204 Mid City Bank Bldg., do. 

ADOLPH H. LEVITON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chicago. Address, 3532 Douglas Blvd., 
Chicago; 6ms. add., 1247 S. Halsted St., do.t 

JAMES LEVY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. B.S. 

♦MATTHIAS EMMANUEL LORENZ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Gen. Med- 
practice, 1800 Allport St., Chicago. Died D 29- 
1919, Chicago. 

*GEORGE ELLSWORTH LOWRY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Bennett Med. Coll., 
1892-93. At one time Phys., Jacksonville, FJa. 
Deceased. 

SAMUEL B. LYON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Mem., 111. 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Formerly at 32 N. 
State St., Chicago. Address, 1042 S. Alvarada 
St., Los Angeles.t 

JAMES A. LYONS 
M.D.; b. My 25, 1866, Mitchell, Wis.; s. James 
and Elizabeth (CJraney) Lyons. Prepared in 
Oshkosh (Wis.) Norm. Sch. Located in Bear 
Creek, Wis.; Eau Claire, do., 1918; Appleton, do., 
1920—. Mem., M. W. A.; E. F. N. Married 
Nellie M. Sullivan, 1897. Children: Owen, b. Mr 

1, 1902; Alice, b. Mr 21, 1904; Lawrence, b. 1906; 
Roger, b. 1912. Address, 735 Kimball St., Apple- 
ton, Wis. 

GEORGE NELSON MANNING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Certificate, 
N. W. Univ. Med. Sch., 1893. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice: formerly located in Garden Prairie, 111.; 
later at Freeport, do. Address, Wheaton, Ill.t 

*JAMES ALEXANDER MANNON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1855. Gen. Med. 
practice; formerly located at Sherrard, 111. Died 
My 12, 1912. 

*ELIAS B. MESIROW 
M.D.; b. 1861; Fellow of A. M. A. Died D 
10, 1917, Chicago. 

MICHAEL CHARLES MULLEN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Specialist in 

Obstetrics. Mem., A.M. A. Address, 6323 Went- 

worth Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 5900 Wentworth 

Ave., do.t 

MICHAEL T. NAUGHTON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 5, 1867, St. Paul, 
Minn.; s. Coleman and Margaret (Connoly) 
Naughton. Prepared in Duluth (Minn.) Schs.; 
St. John's Univ., Colledgeville, Minn., 1882-84. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 1918. Mem., Military 
Order Great War; Am. Legion; Med. Off. Drill 
Corps; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc. 
Married Winifred A. Polzin, 1895. Children: 
Marguerite, b. 1900; Eugene, b. 1903. Address, 
3812 Grand Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 1101 Mason- 
ic Temple, do. 

NELS CARL GUSTOF NELSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Univ. of 
Minn. Med. Sch. before entering Coll. of Med. 
Formerly located at Cheyenne, Wyo. Address, 
Eugene, Ore.t 



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JAMES CHARLES OAKSHETTE 
M.D.; b. D 25, 1858, London, Eng.; s. Thomas 
(b. Sussex, Eng.) and Ann (Pepper) Oakshette 
(b. do.). Prepared in London Schs. and Harley 
Coll., London, Eng. ^LD., Hahnemann Med. 
Coll.. Hosp., Chicago, 1890; Ph.D., Iniv. of the 
Potomac, Washington, D. C. 1910. A./rfrf-ss, 
230 E. Pine St.. Atlanta, Ga.; bus. add., 716 Hurt 
Bldg., do. 

CHARLES CLAYTON OBYRNE 
Phy.s. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 14, 1S68, Pike Co., 
Mo.; s. Stephen C. and Sarah J. (Coffman) O' 
Bvrne. Phi Rho Sigma. Gold Medal (2nd >t.). 
Instr., Pathol., Clin. Instr., Surg. Rhinol. and 
Layrngol., Coll. of Med., 1S95-9S; Prof.. Micros- 
copy and Chem. Diag., do., 1900-01; Adjunt Prof., 
Pathol., do., 1902-04; Assoc. Prof., do., 1904-12. 
Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Ag 23, 1893, Berrien 
Springs. Mich. Child. Stuart C, b. F 19, 1898. 
Address, 2955 Washington Blvd., Chicago; bus. 
add.. 32 N. State St., do. 

ABRAHAM M. OSNESS 
Physician; ^LD.; b. My 19. 1864, Rus.; s. 
Morris and Anna (Tahl) Osness. Alem.. Vol. 
Med. Serv. Corps, World War, 1918. Auth.: 
.\rticle on Diphtheria, 1900. Married 1900; 1915. 
Children: WilUam M.. b. 1901; Miriam S.. b. 1916. 
Addresf, 357 Forest Ave., Daj-ton, O.; bus. add., 
1110-11 N. B. Bldg., do. 

ROBERT EUGENE PAYNE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. N. W. Univ. Med. 
Sch., 1892-93. D.D.S. Gen. Med. practice. San 
Francisco. t 

ELIJAH BARTON PICKEL 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 17. 1S61. Sweetwater, 
Tenn.; s. French (b. Tenn.) and Mary A. (Ma- 
theny) Pickel (b. Va.). Prepared in E. Tenn. 
Wesleyan Univ., Athens, Tenn. M.D., Univ. of 
Louis%-Ule, Louisville, Ky., 1888. Ore. State Bd. 
of Health, 1903-17 (Pres., 1907); Chm.. District 
Med. Advisory Bd.; A. M. A.; Ore. State Med. 
Soc. (Pres., 1906-07); So. Ore. Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Martha Elinor Delashmit, My 18, 1885, 
Philadelphia, Tenn. Address, W. Main St., Med- 
ford. Ore. 

EDGAR ALLEN PLANCK 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. S 27, 1868, Wolcottville, 
Ind.; s. Christian K. (b. My 17, 1842, Pa.) and 
Emma A. (Dueslor) Planck (b. Jl 1, 1851, Ind.). 
Prepared in Valparaiso Univ. Sr. Honors. Grad. 
work, Post-Grad. schs. in Chicago. 1895; Univ. of 
Mich.. 1914; 111. Post-Grad. Med. Sch.. 1917; 
Gen. Med. practice. Union, Mich.. 1894-1917; 
Surg., Reo Motor Co., Lansing. Mich., 1917 — . 
Mem., Mich. State Senate, 1915-18; Mich, Dele- 
gate to Nat. Convention, 1916. Mem.. Kala- 
mazoo Acad, of Med.; Mich. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A. Married Grace E. Hartman. D 28, 
1892, Union, Mich. Children: Lena Corinne, b. 
Je 22. 1894 (died S 29, 1895); Joseph Wilmer. 
b. Je 30, 1897; George Edgar, b. Jl 26. 1898. Ad- 
dress, 311 W. Allegan St.. Lansing, Mich. 

HARRY LOUIS POLLOCK 
Oto-laryngologi.st; M.D.; b, S 28, 1874. Clinton, 
Mo.; 8. Jos. and (iarrie (Sterne) Pollock. Pre- 
pared in Clinton H. S. Nu Sigma Nu. Instr., 
Laryngol., Rhinol. and Otol.,CoU. of Med.,191S-19 . 
.\uth.: Articles in various Med. Jours. Mem.. 
A. F. A. M. Married Mabel Hirsch, O 18. 1906. 
Children: Frederic, b. Ja 1909; Robert.b. N 1911. 
Address, 846 Waveland Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 
108 N. State St., do. 

WILLIAM ALOYSIUS QUINN 

Dermatologist: M.D.; Ph.G.. 1888; b. 1869. 

Ottawa, 111. Prepared in H. 8. Apprenticed to 

T. E. Gapen & Co., 1886-88; later employed as 

Pharm. with C. F. Noll, Chicago; Prof., Dermatol., 



and SjTjhilol., Loyola Univ.; Attending Dermatol., 
St. Josephs. Mercy, and Francis E. Willard Hosps., 
Chicago; Consulting do., St. Bernards Hosp., do. 
Mem.. Am. Cong. Internal Med.; Chicago Der- 
matol. Soc; A. M. A. Address, 3014 W. Jackson 
Blvd.. Chicago; bus. add., 122 S. Michigan Ave., 

ALBERT CLEMENS RHIEL 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Lowell, 111. Address, R. F. D., Tonica, Ill.t 

HENRY PAUL RHODE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 18, 1873, Green 
Bay, Wis.; s. Henry (b. 1832, Ger.) and Eva 
(Becker) Rhode (b. 1840, Ger.). Prepared in 
Marquette Coll., Milwaukee. Phys. and Surg., 
Forest Junction, Wis.. 1894-1904; do.. Green Bay, 
Wis.. 1904 — ; Health Commissioner. 1905-16. 
Mem., Med. Advisory Bd.. U. S. A., 1915-17. 
Mem.. A. M. A.; Wis. Surg. Soc; Brown Co. Med. 
Soc; Fox River Valley Med. Soc; Wis. State Med. 
Soc; Elks. Married Adele Buscher, Je 1, 1900, 
Green Bay. Wis. Children: Ruth. b. My 1903; 
Helen, b. D 1905. Address, Green Bay, Wis. 

FRANK C. RICHMOND 



HARRY MORTIMER RICHTER 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 17, 1872; s. Maurice 
and Cecilia (Lowenthal) Richter. Prepared in 
Chicago H. S. Prof., Surg.. N. W. Univ. Med. 
Sch. Auth.: Various articles on Surgery in cur- 
rent periodical literature. Married Adelyn Wind- 
muller, 1915. Children: Harry M., b. Je 1916; 
Frederic Allen, b. 1918; Natalie, b. 1919. Address, 
1031 East 48th St.. Chicago; 6ms. add., 104 S. 
Michigan Ave., do. 

WILLIAM PENN ROBERTS 
M.D.; b. Ja 23, 1869, Tazwell Co.. 111.; s. Joseph 
and Mary (Bosserman) Roberts. Prepared in 
Westfield Acad., Westfield, 111. Located in Sioux 
Falls. S. Dak., 1905 — ; formerly in Cleghorn, la. 
M. R. C, World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. 
O O. F. Married Ida Belle Proctor. D 25, 1893, 
Proctor, 111. Children: William Proctor, b. My 
18, 1901; Florence Charlotte, b. Ja 23, 1914. Ad- 
dress, 415 S. Duluth Ave.. Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; 
bus. add., 207-9 Paulton Bldg., do. 

THADDEUS LINCOLN ROUND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. At one time located 
in Morrison, 111. J 

♦ARTHUR MENKO SHABAD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Gen. Med. 
practice. Formerly located at 3140 Douglas Blvd., 
Chicago. Died Ag 23, 1920, Chicago. 

ALEXANDER WILLIAM SHIELDS 
M.D.; b. D 21, 1863, Irvine, Scotland; s. Wil- 
liam B. and Jes.sio (Henderson) Shields. Pre- 
pared in Aberdeen (Scotland) Grammer Sch. and 
Irvine Acad. B.A. and B.S., Univ. of Edinburgh. 
Nu Sigma Nu. Mem., A. F. A. M., Scottish 
Rite. Married Ella K. Kimball, Ap 10, 1892. 
Charleston. 111. Child, son, b. Ag 14, 1907. Ad- 
dress, Huntsville, Ut. 

PAUL AUGUSTUS SLATER 
Phys. and Surg.;^M.D. Gen. Med. practice 
Address, Hindsboro, Ill.t 

HENRY WOODUL SMITH 
Phy.sician; M.D.; b. F 23. 1867; s. Levi B. (b. 
1833. Cumberland Co., Ky.) and Lurinda J. 
(Groves) Smith (b. 1838. Morgan Co., 111.). Pre- 
pared in Bushnell, 111. Nu Sigma Nu. Served as 
House Surg., 1892-94; District Sch. Teacher. 
Mem., of Med. Advisory Bd., Jacksonville, 111. 



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Auth.: Puerperal Eclampsia, an unpublished paper 
read before the Greene Co. Med. Soo. Mem., 
Greene Co. Med. Soc; Macoupin Co. Med. Soc. 
Married N 26, 1895, Palmyra, 111. Child, Martha 
Ann, b. S 7, 1900. Address, Roodhouse, 111. 

SAMUEL J. SORNBERGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 15, 1849, Har- 
persville, N. Y.; s. Sidney (b. Dutchess Co., N. Y.) 
and Elvira (Martin) Sornberger (b. Conn.). Pre- 
pared in St. Norm, and Tr. Sch., Cortland, N. Y. 
Ph.B., Syracuse Univ., 1878; Ph.M., do., 1879; 
Ph.D., do., 1880. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Com- 
mencement Orator. Surg., to Cortland Hosp. 
Vol. Med. Serv. Corps., 1918. Cortland Co. Med. 
Soc; N. Y. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Acad, of 
Med., Syracuse, N. Y. Married Kate M. Foster, 
F 4, 1880, Burnt Hills, N. Y. Child, Frank T., 
b. D 27, 1880. Address, 84 N. Church St., Cort- 
land, N. Y. 

*JOHN W. STEFFINS 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1858. Phys., Cheboygan 
Co., Mich.; Health Off., do. Died D 3, 1910, 
Cheboygan, Mich. 

HARRY LESTER STEVENS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 2, 1864, s. Daniel 
B. and Louise M. (King) Stevens. Gen. Med. 
and Surg, practice, Denver. Mem., M. E. Church; 
I. O. O. F. Married Katherine Payne, N 16, 1890, 
Chicago. Address, 1156 Jackson St., Denver; 
bus. add., 521 Mack Bldg., do. 

SAMUEL STEVENS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 15, 1868; s. D. 
W. (b. 1843, Port Byron, N. Y.) and EHzabeth 
(Hultz) Stevens (b. 1842, Mich.). Prepared in 
VandaUa (Mich.) Pub. Schs.; N. W. Univ., 1891- 
92. Located in Mich., 1894-S 1918; Garden City, 
Kan., S 1918 — . Auth.: Putrid Gastro Enteritis, 
Coll. of Med., Plexus, 1900; Appendicectomy Tic, 
Detroit Med. Jour., 1907; Fibroma of Anus, do., 
1909; Circumcision with Cocain Anesthetic, Am. 
Jour, of Urology, S 1909. Mem., Congr. Church; 
Finney Co. Med. Soc; Kan. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A. Married D 24, 1889, Vandalia, Mich.; 
Ap 16, 1907, White Pigeon, do. Children: Lola 
E., b. O 20, 1890; James Harold, b. Ap 20, 1892. 
Address, Garden City, Kan. 

WADE D. STEVENS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Chicago Med. 

Coll., 1891-92. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 

located in Paw Paw, 111;, later in South Canaan, 

Pa. Address, Paw Paw, Ill.t 

HARRY WILLIS SUTCLIFFE 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. My 18, 1870, Kenosha, Wis.; 
s. John and Martha (Muzzey) Sutcliffe. Prepared 
in Wheaton, 111., and Oberlin, O. Surg., 111. 
Steele Co., Chicago, 1920. Married Gertrude 
Gary. Child, Elbert Gary, b. 1893. Address, 
4620 Clarendon Ave., Chicago; 6ms. add., 208 
S. LaSalle St., do. 

*JAMES WALTER TOWNSEND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Penn Coll., la. 
1888; State Univ. of la., Coll. of Med., 1891-92. 
Gen. Med. practice, Malcom, la. Died 1902. 

FRANKLIN AUGUSTUS TURNER 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 21, 1866, Oconee, 111.; 
s. John M. and Sarah E. (Woodard) Turner. 
Post-grad, work, Chicago Policlinic, 1901-14; do., 
Post-Grad. Med. Sch., Chicago; Univ. of Pans, 
(Surg.) 1919. Located in Magnolia, 111., 1894- 
99; Sandwich, do., 1899-1914; now in Rockford. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; Am. Red Cross, France 
and Palestine, O 4, 1918-Je 23, 1919. Mem., 
Presby. Church; A. F. A. M., 32°. Married Cora 
Mae McCombs, S 25, 1895, Chicago. Address. 
822 Garfield Ave., Rockford, 111.; 6ms. add., 501 
Trust Bldg., do. 



AUGUST WILHELM UCKERMANN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice. 
At one time located at 170 Mozart St., Chicago. J 

WILLIAM R. VAUPELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1883; b. 1861. 
Attended Rush Med. Coll., 1892-93. Address, 
3335 Jackson Blvd., Chicago.f 

WILLIAM VON REIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Royal 
Univ. of Upola, Sweden. 

HERBERT LUCE WATROUS 
(Cousin of Henry Vincent, '00) 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 4, 1869; s. Hubbard 
Isaac (b. Pa.) and Eliza Anne Watrous (b. do.). 
Prepared in Common- Schs. Located in Camp 
Douglas, Wis., 1894-95; Seneca, do., 1895-1903; 
Lindsey, 1903-07; Eastman, 1907-1915; in Canada, 
1917-19; Eastman, Wis., 1919—. Married Jl 21, 
1895. Address, Eastman, Wis. 

*CHARLES L. WEBSTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 18, 1863, Lyndon- 
ville. New York. s. Lucius Webster and Aurelia 
(Linsley) Webster. Prepared in Pub. Schs. of 
Cleveland. M.S., Oberlin Coll., 1888; B.D., do., 
1891. Practiced in Chicago for 6 yrs., after grad- 
uation; moved to Cleveland about 1900. Gained 
a national reputation by a series of lectures on the 
efficiency of Vaccination as a Prevention of Small- 
pox. Auth.: Many contributions to Med. Jours. 
Mem., Cleveland Acad, of Med.; Calvary Presby. 
Church. Married Ella Towsley, D 17, 1889, 
Lodi, O. Child, Paul Towsley, b. S 15, 1895. 
Died D 22, 1905, Cleveland. 

BERTHOLD WEISENBERG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, 1024 Wenonah Ave., Oak Park, 
111., 6ms. add., 1065 W. Madison St., Chicago.t 

JOHN ALFONZO WESENER 
Professor; M.D.; b. Mr 14, 1865, Saginaw, Mich.; 
s. Hugo (b. Jl 29, 1830, Werne, Ger.) and Bertha 
Marie (Wiengutt) Wessener (b. Je 20, 1835, Ber- 
lin, Ger.). Prepared Owosso, Mich., and Mich. 
Agr. Coll. Ph.C, Univ. of Mich., 1888. Nu 
Sigma Nu; Phi Chi. Teacher of Chem., Chicago 
Post-Grad. Sch., 1889; Prof., do.. Coll. of Med., 
1891-1904; do., Chicago Coll. of Pharm., 1893-1902. 
Pres. and Chem., Columbus Labs., Chicago. 
Mem., Coroners, Cook Co. Toxicol ogists. In- 
vented Process for Ageing and Bleaching Wheat 
Flour, U. S. patent. Auth.: Clinical Significance 
of Peptonuria, 1894; Intestinal Antiseptics and 
Aromatic Sulphates, 1894; Special Test for Can- 
cer of the Stomach, 1895; Chemical Diagnosis of 
Stomach Affections, 1896; Ueber Koppe's Theorie 
der Salzsaurebildung im Magen, 1899; Relation of 
Indicanuria and Oxaluria to Gastro-Intestinal 
Fermentation, 1901; Scientific Testing of Flour; 
(with W. A. Evans), The Study of an Organism 
in the Case of Malaria, 1891; (with Mitchell), 
Two Fatal Cases of Sausage Poisoning; Chemistry 
of Nucleins, North American Practitioner, N 1895; 
other articles in The Jour, of the Am. Chem. Soc; 
III. Med. Jour., Am. Food Jour., The Nat. Con- 
fectioners' Jour., Jour, of Indus, and Engineering 
Chem. and The Philadelphia Med. Jour. Mem., 
A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; 
Am. Chem. Soc; Soc. of Chem. Industry; Chicago 
Ath. Club; Fellow of the Chicago Acad, of Med. 
Married Mr 2, 1891, Owosso, Mich. Address, 819 
Lafayette Park Way, Chicago; 6ms. odd., 31 N. 
State St., do. 

CHARLES EDWARD WHITESIDE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Urologist. 
Address, 2403 6th Ave., Moline, 111.; 6ms. add.. 
Reliance Bldg., do.t 



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ULYSSES GRANT WINDELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 15, 1S66. Costalia, la.; 
s. Thomas A. and Eveline (Jarrett) Windell. 
Clin. Instr., Med., Coll. of Med., 1S95-10; Adjunct 
Prof., Anat., Coll. of Dent.. 1S9S-1901. Phys., 
Chicago. Capt., M. C. U. S. A., O 7, 191S-My 
1, 1919; attending Surg.. Camp Grant, 111. Mem., 
Epis. Church; Austin Lodge, A. F. A. M. Married 
Anna M. Durner, 1S9S, Bonieia, Calif. Address, 
5815 Midway Park, Chicago. 

ADOLPH F. WOHLENBERG 
M.D.; b. Ap 27, 1862, Lyons, la.; Prepared 
in H. S. Married Julia Canfield, Je 9. 1S86. 
Marshalltown, la. Address, Kooskia, Idaho. 

WILLIS PERRY WOODARD 
M.D.; b. D 5, ISoS; s. Allen N. and Mary H. 
(Perry) Woodard. Prepared in Beloit Acad, and 



Beloit Coll., Beloit. Wis. Mem., Cong. Church; 
A. F. A. M., Consistory, Mystic Shrine. Married 
Mary A. Wheat. Ag 27, 1882, Oxfordville, Wis. 
Children: Mae Pcrle, b. Mr 22. 1884 (died Mr 23. 
1888); Sara H.. b. D (5, 1886; Selwyn Clark, b. 
D 7. 1888. Address, 613 Carpenter Ave., Oak 
Park, 111. 

GEORGE ARNOLD WOODCOCK 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 18, 1870; s. James A. 
(b. New Brunswick) and Jennie (Thomas) Wood- 
cock (b. do.). Prepared in Eureka H.S. and 
Phelps Acad. Located in Armstong. la., 1900-12; 
Denton, Mont., 1912 — . City Health Officer of 
Denton, Mont.; Local Surg., for C. M. & St. P, 
R. R. Married, 7. 1914, Denton, Mont. Child. 
Jennie Lucile. b. N 15, 1915. Address, Denton, 
Mont. 



CLASS OF 1895 (63 LIVING, 17 DEAD) 



HARRY HOLROYD AINSWORTH 

Physician; M.D.; b. My 6. 1872. Madison. Wis.; 
s. William Herbert (b. Mr. 17. 1849. Manchester, 
Eng.) and Janet (Wallace) Ainsworth (b. Ag 20. 
1850. do.). Prepared in Madison (Wis.) H. S. 
Phi Rho Sigma. Consulting Specialist, Eye, Ear, 
Nose, and Throat Dept.. U. S. Pub. Health Serv. 
Capt.. M. C. U. S. A., Je 191S-My 28, 1919; 
Active serv. with A. E. F.; Chief of Eye, Serv.. 
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Hosp., Coblenz, Ger., 
Ja 10-Ap 10, 1919. Mem.. Chicago Med. See; 
Dane Co. Med. Soc; Wis. State Med. Soc; A. 
M. A. Address. 124 W. Dayton. Madison. Wis.; 
bus. add., 21 W. Main St.. do. 



JOSEPH CARL BECK 

(Brother of Carl Beck, Fa.M . and Emil G. Beck. '96) 

Assoc. Prof.; M.D.; b. S 26. 1870, Bohemia, 
Aus.; s. Ignatz and Elizabeth (Pollock) Beck. 
Prepared in Pub. Schs. of Prague. Aus. and Cath- 
olic Convent Sch.. Holden. Mo. Nu Sigma Nu; 
Honor Roll. Coll. of Med. Located in Clinton, 
Mo, and Holden, do., 1885-93; in Chicago, 1893—.; 
Oto-Laryngol.. and Ophthalmol.. North Chicago 
Hosp.; in partnership with bros.. Drs. Carl Beck 
and Emil G. Beck, and Bernard G. Katz, do.; 
Surg., in Oto-Laryngol., Cook Co. Hosp.; Mem.. 
Oto-Laryngol. Staff, Univ. Hosp.; Ear, Nose, and 
Throat Specialist, Chicago, 1895—.; Assoc. Prof., 
Surg., Otol., Rhinol., and Laryngol., Coll. of Med, 
1904 — ; Prof.. Otol, and Laryngol.. Chicago Eye, 
Ear, Nose, and Throat Coll., 1895-1915. Mem., 
Am. Acad, of Ophthalmol, and Oto-Laryngol.; 
Am. Laryngol., Rtiinol. and Otol. Soc; Chicago 
Laryngol. and Otol. Soc; Chicago Ophthalmol. 
Soc; Chicago Pathol. Soc; Milwaukee Oto- 
Ophthalmic Club.; Am. Coll. of Surgs. (Fellow); 
A. M. A. (Fellow); 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago 
Med. Soc; Chicago Rtfntgen Soc; Ger. Med. Soc; 
Am. Med. Editors Club.; Chicago Press Club; 
A. F. A. M. Married Carrie A. Stein. Mr 26, 
1899. Chicago. Children: Elsa. Philip. Joseph 
C. Jr. Addrais, 2551 N. Clark St., Chicago.f 



ALFRED BELITZ 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 2, 1866, Kiel, 
Wis., s. Henry T. and Helene (Schlichting) Belitz. 
Prepared in Ger.-Am. Seminary for Teachers of 
Phys. Culture. Intern, Ger. Hosp., Chicago, 1895- 
96; (Sen. Med. and Surg, practice, Pepin. Wis. 
Vol. Med. Serv. Corps. Auth: Articles in Milwau- 
kee Med. Jour., and .V/«d. Era. Mem , M. W. A.; 
A. M. A.; Wis. State Med. Soc; Pepin and Dunn 
Co. Med. Societies. Married Emma Robbins. My 
15. 1899, Gunnison. Ut. Child, Emmett. b. Ja 31, 
1904. Addreu, Pepin, Wis. 



BO CARR BOWELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. A.B.. Butler 
Univ., 1892. Steele Prize, Coll. of Med., 1895. 
Surg.. Holy Family Hosp. Mem., Am. Coll. of 
Surgs.; A. M. A. Address, 1103 Michigan Ave., 
La Port, Ind.; bus. add., 805 Maple Ave., do.t 

ALBERT WILLIAM BRADFORD 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Gen. Med. 
practice. Capt., U. S. Army, N 9-N 29, 1918, 
Ft. Riley, Kan. Address, Lacon, Ill.t 

DANIEL J. CAREY 
Phys. and Sarg.; M.D. Prepared in St. Paul 
(Wis.) Pub. Schs. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
3638 Ogden Ave., Chicago.t 

SHERMAN HARRISON CHAMPLIN 
(Father of Harrison Gerald, '14, and Grace, '16, 
B.S. in H.Sc) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 17, 1865, Syca- 
more, 111.; s. Horace S. (b. N. Y.) and Abbie 
(Waterman) Champlin (b. do.). Nu Sigma Nu. 
Intern, Cook Co. Hosp., 1895-97; Phys. and Surg., 
Chicago; Instr., Surg., Coll. of Med., 1900-02. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc. Married 
Anna W. Gearld, Ja 11, 1890, Genoa Junction, 
Wis. Children: Harrison G. b. Ja 30, 1891; 
Grace Elizabeth, b. D 24, 1893. Address, 3947 
W. Jackson Blvd.. Chicago; bus. add., 2257 W. 
Madison. St., do. 

SIDNEY BEALL CLARK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 10, 1870. Green 
Bay, Wis.; s. Silas Wright (b. Jl 8, 1846, Auburn, 
N. Y.) and Susan Fennemore Cooper (Follvat) 
Clark (b. Jl 20, 1844. do.). Prepared in St. Paul 
Central H. S. Nu Sigma Nu. Intern, Alexian 
Bros. Hosp., Chicago. 1895-96; Phys.. Buffalo. 
N. Dak., 1896—. Vol. Med. Serv., U. S. A.. 
1918-19. Mem., Cass Co. Med. Soc; No. Dak. 
Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Helen Reche 
Young, (b. Ap 27, 1897, Fargo, N. Dak.). Child, 
Helen Beall, b. Ap 22, 1899. Address, Buffalo, 
N. Dak. 

WILLIAM EDWARD COATES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Univ. of 
Mich., 1893. Instr., Bacteriol. and Pathol. Coll. 
of Med., 1898-99; do.. Microscopical and Chem. 
Diag., do., 1899-1900; Adjunct Prof., Pathol., do. 
1903-04. Address, Kalcva, Mich.f 

WILLIAM JAMES COCHRANE 
Oculist and Aurist; M.D.; b. Je 27, 1867, Lake 
City, Minn. Prepared in State Norm. Sch. 
Valedictorian of class. Intern, 111. Charitable Eye 
and Ear Infirmary, 1895-96; located in Quincy, 
111., 1896-99; Lake City, Minn., 1900-19; Minn- 



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eapolis, 1919—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., S 30, 
-D 9, 1918. Mem., Hennepin Co. Med. Soc; 
Minn. State Med. Soc. Married F 5, 1901, Lake 
City, Minn. Children: Helen Jane, b. Ag 14, 
1902; Jean, b. Mr 27, 1906; William R., b, F 14, 
1917. Address, 609 La Salle Bldg., Minneapolis. 

♦GEORGE WASHINGTON DAVIES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Columbia 
(Wis.) H. S.; attended Univ. of Wis., 1893. Died 
S 22, 1906, at his home in Waterloo, Wis. 

FRANCIS S. DILLER 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 18, 1860; s. Henry H. 
(b. S 23, 1836, Pa.) and Elmira (Snavely) Diller 
(b. 1835, Pa.). Prepared in Fairbury (Neb.) 
H. S. Phys., Roberts, 111., 1895-1904; do., Rantoul, 
111., 1904—. Married Mr 25, 1891, Rantoul, 111. 
Children: Elsie W., b. My 18, 1892; Harold F., 
b. Mr 10, 1894; Grace F., b. Ja 27, 1895. Address, 
Rantoul, 111. 

♦GEORGE D. B. DODS 
M.D.;b. 1862. Fellow, A. M. A. Med. practice 
in Valmora, N. M. Died Ja 9, 1918, Valmora, 

N. M. 

MAURICE FORESTUS DOTY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Prepared in 
La Crosse (Wis.) H. S., 1891-92. Retired from 
active practice. Address, 562 N. Pine Ave., Chi- 
cago.f 

♦CHARLES WILLIAM DULIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Formerly of 
Kansas City, Mo.; Instr., Pathol., Coll. of Med., 
1895-96. Died at his home in Nevada, Mo., 
Mr 23, 1903. 

LOUIS DYSART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 25, 1871; s. Sam- 
uel A. (b. O 13, 1843, Louisville, Tenn.) and 
Eliza (Higbee) Dysart (b. Mr 22, 1850, Iowa 
City, la.). Prepared in Lancaster (Mo.) H. S. 
Intern, Cook Co. Hosp., 1895-96.; Iu.str., Pathol., 
Coll. of Med., 1895-96; located in Tampico, 
Mex.. D 1896-Ap 1898; Crete, Neb., 1898-99; 
in Mexico, 1899-1902; Bisbee, Ariz., 1902-04; 
Phoenix, do., 1904 — •. Mem., Christian Church; 
Co. Med. Soc; State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Mar- 
ried Mabel Palmer, D 9, 1903, Bloomfield, la. 
Children: Palmer, b. D 21, 1904; Birney, b. D 21, 
1904; Winifred Almira, b. N 20, 1906. Address, 
Phoenix, Ariz. 

BENJAMIN FELTENSTEIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Honor Roll., 
Coll. of Med., 1895. Gen. Med practice, Clin. 
Instr., Diseases of Children, Coll. of Med., 1897- 
1900. Address, 2402 N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 2321 Milwaukee Ave., do.f 

JOHN G. FRANKEN 
(Father of Ewell G., '10, A.B. in Sc; Gretchen, 

'19, A.B. in Home Ec) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 3, 1863; s. Gerd J. 
(b. Ja 24, 1830) and Eke H. (Gerdes) Franken 
(b. Ja 9, 1831). Prepared in Sem. in Ger., and 
in Norm. Univ.; Valparaiso, Ind. Located in 
Chandlerville, 111. Mem., Morgan Co. (111.) Med. 
Soc. (Pres., 1899); Cass Co. (lU.) Med. Soc, 
Pres.( 1910,1918). Mem., Vol. M. R. C, U. S A 
Married, Ag 24, 1888. Children: Ewell G., b. 
My 24, 1889; Gretchen, b. My 14, 1896; Julia 
Annetta, b. My 31, 1909. Address, Chandlerville, 

ARTHUR A. GAEBLER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 8, 1867, Watertown, 
Wis.; s. Emil C. (b. S 30, 1828, Ger.) and Bertha 
(von Beust) Gaebler (b. D 28, 1823, Ger.). Pre- 
pared in Watertown (Wis.) H. S. Ph.G., N. W. 
Univ., 1890. Married Jessie Hall, Mr 13, 1900, 
Chicago. Address, 1239 W. Garfield Blvd., Chi- 
cago; bus. add., 1206 W. 51st St., do. 



JOHN A. GILLESPIE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. M.D., la. 
Eclective Med. Coll., 1888. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, King.sburg, Calif. t 

FRED W. GRAYSTON 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 20, 1870, Huntington, 
Ind.; s. Frederic S. C. (b. Ap 6, 1824, Eng.) and 
Isabella (Custance) Grayston (b. Jl 3, 1830, do.). 
Prepared in Huntington (Ind.) H. S. and Butler 
Univ., 1891-92. Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. 
Physician, Huntington, Ind. Mem. of Advisory 
Bd. in World War. Married Effie Wilkerson, 
1899, Huntington, Ind. Children: A. Kendrick, 
b. F 2, 1900; Frederic Wallace, Jr., b. S 5, 1912. 
Address, 708 North Jefferson St., Huntington, 
Ind.; bus. add., 310 N. Jefferson St., do. 

THOMAS STEPHEN GREEN 
Physician; M.D.; B.S. in Sc, 1891; b. Jl 8, 
1868, Jacksonville, 111.; s. Horatio Riggs (b. 
Ap 2, 1834, Jacksonville, 111.) and Mary Ellen 
(O'Neal) Green (b. Ap 13, 1838, do.). Prepared 
in Whipple Acad., Jacksonville, 111. Adelphic Soc. 
Oratorical Prize, 1890. Gen. Med. practice, Chi- 
cago, 1895-1917; 1919—. 1st Lieut. M. C, U. 
S. A., Je 12, 1917-Ap 13, 1918; Capt., do. Ap 13, 
1918 to discharge, Ag 12, 1919; Served in A. E. F. 
poison gas Dept., Ag 12, 1918-Jl 5, 1919,; Com- 
manding Off. of ammunition Tr. San. detach- 
ment; Base Hosp. 6, Bordeaux, France; Base 
Hosp. 2, do.; Attending Surg. Mem., A. M. A.; 
111. Med. Assn.; Chicago Med. Soc. Married 
Anna Armstrong Je 14, 1899, Chicago, 111., (died 
Ja 6, 1905); Georgia Green, F 6, 1907, Chicago, 
111. Address, 4153 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111.; bus. 
add., Heyworth Bldg., do. 

CHARLES HAMILTON 
Phys. ^nd Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. B.S.. Eureka 
Coll., Honor Roll, Coll. of Med., 1895. Gen. 
Med. practice. Address, Carlock, Ill.t 

HOWARD HAMILTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. 1;B.S., Eureka 
Coll., Honor Roil, Coll. of Med.," 1895. Gen. 
Med. practice; formerly of Bethany, 111. Address, 
Twin Falls, Idaho. t 

IRVIN J. HECKMAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 16, 1861; s. Philip (b. 
Ja 2, 1822, Moscow Mills, O.) and Sarah Ann 
(Farley) Heckman (b. Moscow Mills, O.). Pre- 
pared in Belvidere, 111., and Hillsdale Coll., Mich.; 
Ph.G., N. W. Univ., 1910. Delta Tau Delta. 
Married Carrie H. Hewitt, N 23, 1892, (died 
N 30, 1912); Grace K. Crumb, S 16, 1915. Ad- 
dress, 1013 Harlem Blvd., Rockford, 111.; bus. 
add., 327 E. State St., do. 

FRANK J. HELLEBRANDT 
M.D.; b. F 12, 1870, Bohemia; s. Joseph and 
Frances Hellebrandt. Married Anna Prencil, 
N 4, 1896, Chicago. Children: Beatrice; George; 
Frances; Edwin. Address, 735 N. Ridgeland 
Ave., Oak Park, 111.; 6ms. add., 2359 S. Kedzie 
Ave., Chicago. 

GEORGE S. HENDERSON 
Physician; M-D.; b. S 25, 1864, Hamilton, Ont.; 
s. David (b. 1825, Scotland) and Margaret (Muir- 
head) Henderson (b. do.). Prepared in Hamilton, 
Ont. Private Sch. Nu Sigma Nu. Phys., Hol- 
comb. 111., 1895. Address, Holcomb, 111. 

FRANK O. HIGBEE 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 17, 1869, Ellsworth, 
Wis.; s. Oscar (b. N. Y.) and Nancy (Haight) 
Higbee (b. Wis.). Prepared in St. Paul H. S.; 
Harvard Univ., 1890-92. B.S., Carleton Coll., 
1890; M.L., do., 1894; M.D., Hahnemann Med. 
Coll., Chicago, 1894. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Rho 
Sigma. Intern, Louisville City Hosp., 1895-96. 



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Located in Hinsdale, III.. 1900-01; Galien, Mich., 
1901-18; Three Oaks, do., 1918—. Married, Ag 29, 
1895, Chicago. Child, Elizabeth H.. b. Je 22. 

1898. Adilress, 208 S. Elm St., Three Oaks, Mich. 

WILDER De WOLFE HUBBARD 
Pnvsician; M.D.; b. O 3, 1S7I, BrookviUo, Kan. 
s. Orlo and Caroline (Chaffee) Hubbard. Gen. 
Med. practice, Chicaco Heiplits, 111.; West Point, 
Miss.; Birmingham, .Ma.; Florence, do. Mom. 
Presbv. Church; A. F. A. M. Married Allie Mae 
Walton, S 14, 1898, West Point, Miss. Children: 
Walton, b. F 25. 1902; Nellie b. Ja 19. 1904; 
Oaylord, b. Mr 31. 1906. Address, 733 Wood 
.Vve.. Florence, Ala.; bus. add., 115 Court St., do. 

♦GEORGE W. JOHNSON 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Prepared in 
Prep. Dept., Cornell Coll.. Mt. Vernon. la. In- 
tern. Cook Co. Hosp., 1S9.T-96; Mem., Med. .staff. 
Cook Co. Institutions. Dunning, 111.; house Phys., 
do., 1896-1900; bougnt practice of Dr. Marvin, 

1899. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Chicago Med. Soc; I. O. O. F.; K. P.; A. F. A. M. 
Married. One child. Died Je 4, 1906, Augustana 
Hosp.. Chicago. 

♦WILLIAM JONES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Chica.eo 
Med. Coll., 1894. Gen. Med. practice, 142 Main 
St., Aurora, 111., Deceased. 

WALTER D. LEACH 
M.D.; b. 1856. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
Callaway, Minn. 

CHRISTIAN H. Le DUC 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in H.S.; 

State Univ. of la.. Coll. of Med.. 1892-93. Gen. 

Med. practice; formerly located in Templeton, la. t 

♦AUGUST F. LEMKE 
Pathologist; M.D.; b. 1874. Intern. Cook Co. 
Hosp., Chicago, 1895-96; Pathologist, Eastern 111. 
Hosp. for the Insane. Kankakee, 1896-98; Assoc. 
Prof.. Med.. Coll. of Med.; Mom., staff. Cook 
Co. Hosp., Mercy Hosp., and other institutions; 
Asst. to and associated with Dr. J. B. Murphy, 
Chicago; formerly located in Pasadena, Calif. 
Asst. Surg., 3rd 111. Inf.. U. S. V., Spanish-Am. 
War; Capt. and .\sst. Surg., 111. Nat. Guard; 
assigned to 3rd Inf. Mem., A. M. A.; HI. .State 
Med. Soc; 111. Assn. of Mil. Surg.; Chicago Med. 
Soc; Chicago Pathol. Soc Died Ja 6, 1906, at 
his home in Pasadena, Calif. 

CORNELIUS L. LENARD 
M.D.; b. Jl 31. 1867; s. Johannah Lenard. 
B.S., Bethany Coll., 1892; A.M., do., 1897. Coll. 
Track Team. Clin. Instr., Childrons Di.scases, 
Coll. of Med., 1896-98; Instr., Clin, Surg., do., 
1904-10. Children: Hulda, b. My 7, 1895; Laurina, 
b. F 13. 1897; Cornelius, b. Ap 20, 1903. Address. 
2158 W. 20th St., Chicago. 

♦J. HENRY LEONARD 

Phys. and Surg.; M D.; B.S., Knox Coll., 1891. 

Special study with Dr. James F. Percy, Galesburg; 

Honor Roll, Coll. of Med., 1895. Died Ap 20, 

1895, Chicago. 

JOHN V. LEWIS 
M.D.: b. Ja 21, 1867, Washingtonville, O.; 
s. G. W. and Elizabeth (Calvin) Lewis. Mem., 
B. P. O. E.; M. W. A. Address, Momence, 111. 

ALBERT A. LOWENTHAL 
(Brother of Fred, '01 A.B in L. A. and S.; Undo 
of Leonard Charpier, '20 B.S.) 
Professor; M.D.; b. Ja 22, 1874. Chicago; s. 
Louis (b. Hanover, 18.38) and Ernestine (Stutt- 
gart) Lowenthal. Prepared in Calumet H. S.; 
Am. Conservatory of Music; Metropolitan Busi- 



ness Coll. Phys.. 111. Hosp. for Insane; Supt.. 
Riverview Hosp. for Nervous Diseases; Adjunct 
Prof, of Nervous Diseases, Coll. of Med.. 1906-10; 
Advisory Staff, Cook Co. Hosp.; Prof., Nervous 
and Mental Di.seasos, Chicago Med. Coll.; Prof., 
Nervous Diseases. Dearborn Med. Coll. Intro- 
duced Organotherapy products to scientific med. 
world. Auth.: Articles on Therapeutic Value of 
Endocrine Glands, Jour. Am. Animal Therapy, 
O 1899, Ap 1900. Mom., Alumni Assn.. Coll. 
of Med.; Kankakee Co. Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc; A. M. A.; Am. Neurological Soc. Married 
Clara Dyer, Je 27, 1899, Kankakee. Children: 
Maxine, b. My 30. 1902; Janot, b. Ap 2, 1908. 
Address, 778 Cobb Blvd., Kankakee; bus. add., 
901-31 N. State St.. Chicago. 

GEORGE N. LUCAS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1800. Gen. Med. 
practice. Formerly of Brownsville, Tex. Address, 
Manchester, 111. t 

ADOLPHO ALPHONSO LURIA 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Attended 
Bollevuo Hosp. Mod. Coll., 1891-93; N. Y. Univ.; 
Med. Coll. and Univ. of Padua, 1887. Specialist 
in Nourol. and Psvchiarty. Mem., A. M. A. 
Address, 110 S. Manle St., Oak Park, 111.; bus. add., 
803 W. Madison St., Chicago, t 

JESSE McCLAIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Gen. Med. 
practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 640 Main 
St., Coshocton, O. t 

♦BERNARD E. McSHANE 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1871. Gen. Med. practice, 
Alton, Kan.; at one time located in River.side, 
Calif. Mem., Kan. Med. Soc. Died S 18, 1914, 
Milwaukee. 

♦ERNEST AUGUST MATTHAEI 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1889; b. Je 22, 1868, 
Chicago. Prepared in Chicago H. S. Apprenticed 
to Ernest Matthaoi, Sr., Chicago, 188,5-88; later 
employed by F. A. Thayer and E. Matthaei, do; 
Asst., Dept. of Biol., Coll. of Med., 1894; Gen. 
Med. practice, West Side, Chicago, 1895-1900; 
visited principal Hosps. of Europe; Post grad. 
work, Vienna, 1901-02; Assoc, in Obstrctrica, 
Evangelical Deaconess Hosp.; Asst. Surg., Chicago 
Policlinic Hosp.; Grad. Work in Vienna, 1901-02, 
Mem.. 111. State Med. Soc Died D 4, 1908. 
Sierra Madre, Calif. 

LOUIS FREDERIC MAY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly at Franklin 
Park, 111. t 

JOHN MILLS MAYHEW 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 13, 1870, Cincinnati, O.; 
s. P. H. and Alice (Mills) Mayhow. A.B., Prince- 
ton, 1892; A.M., do. 1895. Nu Sigma Nu. Gen. 
Med. practice, Lincoln, Nob. Maj., M. C, U. 
S. A., Chief, Med. Serv., Base Hosp., Camp 
Travis, one yr. Married Je 6, 1898. Children: 
Winifred; Ruth; Katherine. Address, 1751 S. 
26th St., Lincoln, Neb.; bus. add., 414 Funne 
Bldg.. do. 

VICTOR J. MELTZER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. New York 
Univ., 1891-93. Specialist, Internal Med., New 
York City. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Broadway 
and 86th Sts.. New York City, t 

AUSTIN E. MILLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Entered Coll. of Med. 
from 111. Coll. of Pharm. with advanced standing 
in Chem., Materia Med., and Therapeutics. 
Gen. Med. practice; formerly located at Jama' ;a. 
N. Y. Address, Delta. Colo.t 



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FRANK LOUIS MUELLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., Cincinnati Coll. 
of Pharm., 1889. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
4406 N. Clark St., Chicago.f 

♦RICHARD JOSEPH NAGLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. B.S., No. 
111. State Norm. Sch. Died F 12, 1905 at his home 
in Dixon, 111. 

HERMAN LEO NAHIN 

(Formerly Herman Leo Nahinsky) 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Gen Med. 

practice. Changed name from Nahinsky to Nahin. 

Address, 4504 Pabst St., Milwaukee; bus. add., 

1122 Walnut St.. do.t 

ABRAM S. PEASE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D., Herring Med. Coll., 
1894. Gen. Med. practice. Formerly located at 
69th and Loomis Sts., Chicago. t 

OSCAR T. PETERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 26, 1866, Sweden; 
s. August and Clara (Nelson) Peterson. Phys. 
and Surg., Northwood Hosp., 1921. Married 
Odina Haraldson, Je 26, 1907. Children: Ethel, 
b. Mr 24, 1911; Solveig, b. D 21, 1915; Beatrice, 
b. O 21, 1919. Address, Northwood, N. Dak. 

DWIGHT COURTLAND PHILLIPS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended 
Notre Dame Univ. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 
of Corvallis, Ore. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
723 N. Trumbull Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 2358 
W. Chicago Ave., do.t 

EARL RICE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 8, 1867. M.D.. 
State Univ. of la., 1891. Capt., M. C, World 
War. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Ames, la. 

♦JOHN PATTISON RIGGS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 11, 1844; s. David 
Calven (b. Ja 28, 1820, Fayette, Mo.) and Eliza- 
beth (Smith) Riggs (b. O 10, 1822. Warren Co.. 
Ky.). Prepared in Pub. Schs. Located in 111. 
6 years.; Kan., 1 yr.; N. Dak., 3 yrs.; Proctor 
Hosp., Proctor, Minn., 7 mos.; Media, 111., until 
his death. Mem., A. F. A. M., 1871; R. A. M., 
do.; 111. State Med. Soc; Henderson Co. Med. Soc. 
Married Minerva Adelia Brown, Ja 28, 1864, 
Lenox Tp., 111. Child, Zoa, b. D 4, 1864. Died 
S 23, 1920, Burlington (la.) Hosp. 



♦THEODORE BERNARD SACHS 
Tuberculosis Specialist; M.D.; b. My 2, 1868, 
Dinaburg, Rus. Prepared in Khorsan (Rus.) 
H. S.; L.L.B., Univ. of Odessa, Rus. Pioneer 
resident of Chicago; first employed as sewing 
machine operator for Hart, Schaffner & Marx; 
Intern and House Phys., Michael Reese Hosp., 
1895; Instr., Internal Med., Coll. of Med.. 1900-05; 
Actively associated with the Municipal Tuber- 
culosis Sanitarium, Chicago; Sec, 1st Bd., of Dirs.. 
do., later, Dir. of the Institution; Med. Dir., Ed- 
ward Sanitarium for Tuberculosis; Naperville, III.; 
Phys.-in-chief, Chicago-Winfield Sanitorium, Win- 
field, 111. Mem., Med. Staff, Cook Co. Hosp., 
Michael Reese Hosp. Dispensary, and Orthodox 
Home for aged Jews; Sec, Med. Staff of United 
Hebrew Charities Dispensary; Examining Phys., 
Nat. Jewish Hosp. for Consumptives, Denver. 
Auth.: Tuberculosis in the Jewish district of Chi- 
cago, Plexus, S 20, 1904. Mem., A. M. A. (Fel- 
low) ; Nat. Assn. for the Study and Prevention 
of Tuberculosis, (Pres.); 111. Soc. for prevention 
and cure of Tuberculosis, (Fellow). Married 
Louise Wilson, 1900, Chicago. Died Ap 6, 1916, 
Chicago. 



HARRY S. SCOTT 
M.D.; b. Je 20, 1869; B.S.; M.A.; Postgrad. 
work in Europe. Located in Salt Lake City. 
Service with Bulgarian Army, 22 mos.; Spanish- 
Am., War, 8 mos.; A. E. F., World War., 18 mos. 
Auth.: Numerous books and magazine articles. 
Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Ag 19, 1901, Marys- 
ville, Idaho. Address, 921 2nd Ave., Salt Lake 
City; 6ms. add., 510-13 Clift Bldg., do. 

FREDERIC FERDINAND SEVILLE 
Physician: M.D.; Ph.G., 1887; b. Ap 10, 1867, 
Lodi, Wis.; s. James (b. Je 10, 1820, Nottingham, 
Eng.) and Martha (GoUaday) Seville (b. Ap 10, 
1831, Va.). Prepared in Lodi (Wis.) H. S. Phi 
Rho Sigma. Pharmacist, Chicago, 1887-95; Physi- 
cian, do., 1895 — ; Clin. Instr., Gen, Med.. Coll. 
of Med., 1896-98. Married, Ag 10, 1910. Child, 
Marguerite, b. Je 1, 1893. Address, 3360 Monroe 
St., Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Washington St., do. 

JAMES ALBERT SHEPSTONE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Univ. of Bish- 
ops Coll. Faculty of Med., Montreal. Gen. Med. 
practice; formerly at 3819 State St.. Chicago. t 

WLADIMIR J. SIEMINOWICZ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. ; b. Ja6, 1859; s. Domicela 
(Turkiewicz) Sieminowicz. Prepared in H. S.; 
Studied Law, 2 years., Europe. M.D., Coll. of 
Phys. and Surgs., Baltimore, 1892. Gen. Med. 
and Surg, practice, Chicago. Married Helen 
Krpzeroska, N 4, 1901. Child, Lon LeRoy, 
Address, 4105 N. Avers Ave., Chicago; bus. 
add., 1225 N. Ashland Ave., do. 

OWEN MARION SLATER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. M.D., Chat- 
tanooga Med. Coll. 111. Teachers Certificate. 
Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. (Fellow). 
Address, Atwood, Ill.t 

JESSE A. SLOCUMB 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
Winona (Minn.) H.S. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., 
A. M. A. Address, Plainview, Minn.f 

CHARLES B. SMITH 

Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 18, 1872; s. William B. 
(b. 1847, Decatur) and Elizabeth (Goff) Smith 
(b. 1846, Lexington, Ky.). Prepared in Decatur 
H. S. Located in Sullivan, 111.; Lovington; 
Decatur; St. Maries, Idaho. Married Clara 
Evans, Ag 18, 1897, Chicago. Children: Harold 
Claire, b. Ag 8, 1899; Chester Paul, b. N 1, 1900. 
Address, St. Maries, Idaho. 



WILLIAM KOENIG SPIECE 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist; M.D.; 
Ph.G., 1892; b. Ja 13, 1872, Columbus, Neb.; 
s. Charles A. and Kathernie (Becher) Spiece. Pre- 
pared in Columbus (Neb.) H. S. Phi Chi. Gen. 
Med. and Surg, practice; Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Specialist, Chicago, Advisory Bd., World 
War. Mem., Presby. Church; A. F. A. M., K. T.; 
Am. Acad., Ophthamol and Oto-laryngol.; A. M. 
A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc. 
Married Elizabeth Letz. Address, 2826 Warren 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 1305 Heyworth Bldg., do. 

*MAX STALLER 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1868. One of the Founders 
and 1st Pres. of Mt. Sinai Hosp., Philadelphia; 
Med. Dir., Jewish Consumptive Institute. Surg.. 
1310 S. 5th St., Philadelphia. Mem., A. M. A. 
(Fellow). Died Mr 2, 1919, Philadelphia. 

♦ROBERT ERBEN STEELE 

(Brother of Frank B., '99) 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 22, 1870, Oswego, 

Kan.; s. Robert Woodside (b. Jl 20, 1834, Ky.) 

and Eleanor Jane (Bell) Steele (b. 1838, New- 

townards. County Down, Ire.). Prepared in So. 



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III. Norm. Univ., Carbondale, III. Gen. Med. 
practice, Beaver, Ut., 1895-98; Lehi, do., 1898-1906; 
Salt Lake Citv. do., 1906-18. Married Jessie 
Gleim Barr, My 22. 1900, Carbondale, 111. (died 
D 3, 1917). Cliildren: Eleanor Alice, b. Je 27. 
1906; William Barr, b. Ap 5, 1909. Died N 2, 
1918, Salt Lake City. 

DARWIN RICHARD STOCKLEY 
Retired Pbys.; M.D.; b. Ja 10, 1855, Mason- 
ville, N. Y.; s. Charles (b. 1832, Eng.) and Maliala 
Ann ^McAdam) Stockley (b. 1834, Masonville, 
N. Y.). Prepared in State Norm. Sch., Mankato, 
Minn. Nu Sigma Nu. 1st Prize, Gold Medal, 
1895; -Surg. Prize, 1895. Class Pres., 1891-92. 
Supt. and Res. Phys., Oakwood Springs Sanitar- 
ium, Lake Geneva, Wis., 1895-97; Phys. to 111. 
Indus. Sch. for Girls, Evanston, 1897-1907; Gen. 
Med. practice, do., 1897-1910. Auth. Several 
pamphlets read before Med. Societies, and a num- 
ber of magazine articles. Mem., Twentieth 
Centurv Club, 1897-1910; Cliicago Med Soc, do., 

1910. Married Esther Elfine DeWolf, Ag 19, 
1877 (died 1886); Clara Weir, Je 29, 1893. Chil- 
dren: Esther Lucile, b. O 25, 1880; Don Roland, 
b. My 9. 1882; Marx Anthony, b. F 19, 1884; 
Florence Alberta, b. Jl 31, 1885. Address. Cove. 
Washington. 

ALBERT E. SWARTZ 
M.D.; b. My 5, 1870, Rus.; s. Saul and Sophia 
(Albert) Swartz. Prepared in Russian Gymnasium, 
Classical Sch. Married Anna Rosenbaum, Je 15, 
1902, Chicago. Child, Shifra, b. Mr 23, 1913. 
Address, 3658 Douglas Blvd., Chicago. 

EUGENE F. TALBOTT 
M.D.; b. D 31, 1873, Brooklyn, la.; s. D. C. 
and Janette (Finch) Talbott. Prepared in Brook- 
lyn (la). H. S. Located in Flandreau, S. Dak., 
1895-1902; Grinnell, la., 1902—. Capt., M. C, 
U. S. A.; with 14th San. Train, Camp Custer, 
Mich., S 10-D 5, 1918. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
R. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; A. M. A. Married Nellie 
Blanchard, Je 12, 1895. Children: Wilma, b. 
l!>9/; Basil, b. 1899; David, b. 1902; Helen, b. 

1911. Address, Grinnell, la. 

EDWIN MORTIMER TILLSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 29, 1872. Manitowac. 
Wis.; s. Pembrooke S. and Carrie L. (Emerson) 
Tillson. Prepared in Manitowac H. S.; N. Y. 
Clinic. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Episcopal Church; 
Milwaukee Co. Med. Soc; Wis. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; Med. Reserve Bd. 2, World War. 
Address, 688 Stowell Ave., Milwaukee; bus. add., 
704 Oakland Ave., do. 

*JOSEPH J. TREMBLAY 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1862. Mem.. A. M. A. 
Died Ag 23. 1910, Moline, 111. 

GEORGE E. VAUGHAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 14, 1846, Lansing, Minn.; 
s. J. G. (b. My 30, 1832, N. Y.) and Mary (Trost) 
Vaughan (b. S 30, 1834, Vermont). Prepared in 
Pillabury Acad., Owatonna, Minn.; Univ. of Minn., 
1891-92. Located in Blooming Prairie, Minn., 
1895-97; Hurley, S. Dak., 1897-1907; Winnebago, 



Minn., 1907—. M. R. C, U. S. A., 1917. Mem., 
M. E. Church; Board of Trustees in Parker Coll. 
Winnebago. Minn. Married Jl 30, 1896, Chicago. 
Child: Victor M., b. D 14. 1898. Address, Winne- 
bago. Minn. 

JOSEPH LOUIS VEIT 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 1, 1871, Cliicago; 
s. Michel and Hannah (I^ong) Veit. Prepared 
in St. Ignatius Coll. Married Teresa Roche, 1894, 
Chicago. Child, Edmund, b. N 14, 1901. Ad- 
dress, 5824 Washington Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 
2754 Madison St., do. 

HENRY ERNEST WAGNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Gen. Med. 
practice. Demonstrator, Bacterid., and Clin. 
Instr., Genito-Urinary Diseases, Coll. of Med.. 
1896-1900. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 2424 
Armitage Ave.. Chicago; bus. add., 2862 Beardsley 
Ave.. do.\ 

♦FRANKLIN A. WEATHERFORD 
Phys. and Surg.; M. D. Prepared in No. Ind. 
Norm. Sch. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago. Died 
My 2, 1920, Chicago. 

LEE WEBER 
Oculist and Aurist; M.D.; b. O 12, 1870, Dane 
Co., Wis.; s. G. F. (b. 1816, Wurtemberg, Ger.) 
and Rosina Dorothea (Lehner) Weber (b. 1827, 
do.). Prepared in Marshall (Wis.) H. S.; Upper 
la. Univ., Fayette, la., 1890-91. Roll of Honor, 
1895. Intern, 111. Charitable Eye and Ear In- 
firmary, Chicago, 1895-96; Oculist and Aurist. 
Davenport, la., 1896 — . Mem., A. M. A.; la. 
State Med. Soc; Scott Co. Med. Soc; la. and 
111. Central Di.strict Med. Soc; A. F. A. M. 
Married Annie Louise Corner, S 11, 1901. Chil- 
dren: Dorothea Louise and Lee Corner, b. Ag 28, 
1908. Address. 817 Kirkwood Blvd.. Davenport, 
la.; bus. add., 505 Putnam Bldg., do. 

♦WILLIAM LAWSON WEBSTER 
Physician; M.D. Intern, Englewood Union 
Hosp.; Practicing Phys., Englewood, 1895-96. 
Died Mr 30, 1896, Crosshill, Can. 

CHAUNCY H. WILDER 
M.D.; b. O 21, 1866. Prepared in_Ind. Norm 
Sch. Phi Rho Sigma. Capt 



M. C. U, S. A. 
Address, 1249 E. 14th 



Camp Kearney, 6 
St., Oakland, Calif. 

HENRY L. WILSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Prepared in 
Frederica Latin Sch. D.D.S., Am. Dent. Coll. 
Gen. Med. practice. Address, 108 S. Maple St., 
.Green Bay, Wis. J 

FRANK ELDRIDGE WYNEKOOP 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. B.S., Wabash 
Coll. Honor Roll., Coll. of Med., 1895.; Prof., 
Histol. and Microscopy, Coll. of Dent., 1906-12; 
Instr., Embryol., Coll. of Med,, 1896-97; Prof., 
Biol., Histol., and Embryol., do., 1898-1913. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, 3406 W. Monroe St., 
Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Washington St.. do.f 



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*K. O. AUSTIN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Studied under 

Dr. E. J. Farnum. Attended Valparaiso. Ind., 

Norm. Sch.; Bennett Med. Coll.. 189.3-95. Died 

S 7. 1903, Chicago.t 

EMIL GEORG BECK 
(Brother of Joseph C. Beck, '95 and Carl Beck, 
Fa. M.) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 27, 1866, Dob- 



risch, Bohemia; s. Ignatz (b. 1836, Prague, Bohe- 
mia) and Elizabeth (Pollock) Beck (b. 1845, do.). 
Prepared in Real Gymnasium, Prague, Bohemia, 
and Univ. of Zurich. Roll of Honor, Class of 
1896. Located in Chicago, 1890—.; Founder and 
Builder, and Surg, in charge, N. Chicago Hosp., 
1906 — . Introduced the Bismuth Paste Treat- 
ment into Surg.; Skin Sliding Operation in Osteo- 
myelitis and Emyema; Introduced Stereoroent- 
genosraphy into Surg.; Cancer Therapy by In- 



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tentional Removal of Overlying Tissues in Deep- 
Seated Cancer. Auth.: Localization of Foreign 
Bodies with Stereoscopic Roentgenograms, 2 Vols.; 
Bismuth Paste in Chronic Suppuration; Surg. 
Treatment of Tuberculous Pleurisy, Lung Abscess 
and Empyema, D 18, 1909; A Radical Cure of 
Osteomyelitis of the Ribs, F 1917; Toxic Effects 
from Bismuth Subnitrate, Ja 2, 1909; Radical 
Surg, as an aid to Efficient Radio-therapy in the 
Apparently Hopeless Cases of Carcinoma, O 1920; 
Medizinische Wochenschrift; Bismuth Paste in 
Chronic Suppurative, Sinuses and Empyema, Jl 
1, 1916; Zentralblatt fur Chirurgie; Wiener Klini- 
schen Wochenschrift, Ja 1911; The Diagnostic 
Value and Therapeutic Effects of the Bismuth 
Paste in Chronic Suppuration; Treatment of Tuber- 
culous Hip-.Toint Disease with Coexisting Sinus 
by Means of Bismuth Paste, Report of Cases; The 
Present Status of Bismuth Paste Treatment of 
Suppurative Sinuses and Empyema; various other 
articles. Mem., A. M. A.; Am. Coll. of f^vargs. 
(Fellow); Western Surg. Assn. (V. P., 1919); 
Am. Roentgen. Ray Soc; Am. Radium Soc; Ger. 
Med. Soc; Chicago Surg. Soc; Chicago Med. 
Soc; Chicago Acad, of Med.; Gesellschaft Deut- 
scher Chirurgen; Physicians Club; City Club; 
A. F. A. M. Married Clara Hyde, Je 28, 1897, 
Chicago. Child, Elizabeth, b. F 22, 1898. Ad- 
dress, 2632 Lake View Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 
2551 N. Clark St., do. 



CLEAVES BENNETT 
(Brother of Sarah Bennett Erwin, '92, B. L. in L. 
and A.) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; B.L., 1890; M.L., 1893; 
b. My 9, 1870, Mattoon, 111.; s. Charles (b. Mr 
27, 1839, Bridgton, Me.) and Susan W. (Cleaves) 
Bennett (b. Mr 7, 1842, do.). Prepared in Mat- 
toon H. S. Philomathean. Asst. Libn., Univ. of 
111., 1889-94; Phys., Mattoon, 111., 1896-1911; 
do.. Champaign, 1911^. Draft Bd., and S. A. 
T. C, Univ. of 111., 1917-18. Mem., Champaign 
Co. Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. 
Married Frances E. Hodges, D 29, 1897, Mattoon, 
111. Children: George Lewis, b. Ja 6, 1901; 
Charles Hodges, b. S 8, 1906. Address, 712 W. 
Park St., Champaign. 



OLE H. BERG 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 5, 1867, Norway; s. 
Jakob and Marcelie (Buck) Berg. Prepared in 
111. Coll. of Pharmacy. Registered Pharm., 111., 
1886. Mem., Scandinavian-Am. Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Aslang Figenschon, Je 29, 1900, Chicago. 
Address, 1101 N. Calif. Ave., Chicago. 



ADOLPH BONNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 19, 1874, Buck . 
rest, Roumania; s. Mandel and Sarah (Bonner) 
Bonner. Practice limited to gynecology and sur- 
gery, since 1906. Assoc. Gynecol, to Brooklyn 
Jewish Hosp. and Beth Moses Hosp. of Brooklyn; 
Attending Gynecol, to Brownsville and East N. 
Y. Hosp. of Brooklyn. Consult. Gynecol, to Rock- 
away Beach Hosp. Vol. Med. Off., Greek Army, 
Greek-Turkish War, 1897. Mem., N. Y. State 
Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Brooklyn Pathol. Soc; 
East N. Y. Med. Soc; WilHamsburg Med. Soc. 
Married Rachel Berliner, F 21, 1901. Address, 
421 Grand Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



ASAHEL E. BRIGGS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 6, 1857, Sharon, 
O.; s. Abiel and Harriet (Dinshiore) Briggs. Pre- 
pared in Wadsworth Pub. Sch. and Buchtel Coll. 
Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Married Ap 8, 
1875, So. Haven, Mich. Children: Edna, b. Jl 
28, 1877; George Abiel, b. D 8, 1880; Helen, b. 
Je 20, 1882; Rowland Sill, b. N 10, 1889. Address, 
2221 G. St., Sacramento, Calif.; bus. add., 10 & 
K St., do. 



FRANK WALKER BURNS 
M.D.; b. S 13, 1872; s. John and Ella (Buckley) 
Burns. Prepared in Rochester H. S. B. S., Univ. 
of Minn. Located in Ste^jvartville, Minn., 1896- 
1912; Pomona, Calif., 1912—. Married Mabel K. 
Knapp, 1900. Children: Janet, b. 1902; Elinor, 
b. 1904; Jeane, b. 1915. Address, 265 E. Holt, 
Pomona, Calif.; bus. add., 248 Investment Bldg., 
do. 

♦WILLIAM ROCKWELL CHEEVER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Prepared in 
Lake Forest Univ., 1890. Gen. Med. practice, 
Kenosha, Wis. Mem., A. M. A.; Wis. Statp Med. 
Soc; Kenosha Med. Soc. (Pres.); Kenosha Co. 
Med. Assn. (Treas.). Died Ag 30, 1906, at his 
home in Kenosha, Wis. 

FRANK E. GULP 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 23, 1873, Qumcy, 
O.; s. J. H. and Sarah (Hubbell) Gulp. Prepared 
in Eureka Coll., 1893. Phi Rho Sigma. St. 
Marks, Hosp., Grand Rapids, Mich.; Phys. and 
Surg., U. S. Pub. Health Serv. Army Serv., World 
War. Mem., A. M. A.; B. P. O. E.; K. P. Mar- 
ried Ruby Vaugn, N 28, 1907, Wenatchee, Wash. 
Children: Frank, b. 1909; Robert, b. 1911; Jack, 
b. 1913; King, b. 1914. Address, Central Bldg., 
Wenatchee. Wash. 

♦AUGUST DE FRIES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1857. Ph.D., Univ. 
of Jena, 1879. M.D., Bennett Med. Coll., 1893; 
Gen. Med. practice, Davenport, la. Died 1918. 

SAMUEL JOSEPH DOBSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 30, 1866; s. John and 
Anna L. (Dobbins) Dobson. B.S., Kan. Norm. 
Coll., Ft. Scott, Kan. Gen. Med. practice. Mem. 
A. F. A. M. Married Sara A. Smith, D 16, 1896, 
Parsons, Kan. Children: Anna Marie, b. Ja 18, 
1898; Lenore Bootbe, b. Ap 22, 1900; Francis 
Joseph, b. Ap 10, 1902. Address, Edna, Kan. 

AUGUST DOERR 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 19, 1871, Milwau- 
kee, Wis.; s. Henry (b. My 21, 1842, Ger.) and 
Maria (Orth) Doerr (b. S 27, 1843, do.). Prepared 
in Milwaukee H. S. Nu Sigma Nu. Asst., 
Pathol., Coil, of Med., 1895-96. Intern, Alexian 
Bros. Hosp., Chicago, 1896-97; Phys. and Surg., 
Milwaukee, 1897 — ; Prof., Bacteriol., Milwaukee 
Med. Coll., 1910-15; Mem. of Staff of Evangelical 
Deaconess Hosp., Milwaukee; Mem., of Obstet- 
rical Staff of Misericordia Hosp., do. Mem., 
Milwaukee Med. Soc; Milwaukee (io. Med. Soc; 
Wis. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Lucile 
Doerr, D 27, 1907, Chicago. Child, August 
Frederick, b. Je 25, 1913. Address, 644 7th St., 
Milwaukee, Wis.; bus. add., 648 7th St., do. 

ROY RICHARDS EATON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 23, 1872; s. Danfirth 
L. and Octavia R. (Richards) Eaton. Phi Rho 
Sigma. l.st Lt., U. b. A. Married, Jl 7, 1897. 
Lowell, Mich. Children: Everett R.; Elizabeth 
A. Address, 1941 Division Ave., S., Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

GEORGE SIGEL EDDY 
M.D.; b. Ag 30, 1862; s. J. R. and B. Miranda 
(Eddy) Eddy. Formerly located in Woonsocket 
and Wessington Springs, S. Dak.; later in Ana- 
heim, Calif. Mem., Los Angeles Co. Med. Soc; 
Calif. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; A. F. A. M. 
Married Inez L. Hoar, Ag 31, 1894, Wessington 
Springs, S. Dak. Child, Vida Vitino, b. Jl 30, 
1895. Address, 2823 S. Vermont Ave., Los Ange- 
les. 



GEORGE S. EDMONSON 
M.D.; b. N 19, 1871, Winchester, 111.: s. Lsa- 
belle (Smithson) Edmonson. Prepared in Win- 
chester H. S. and Abington Norm. Coll. Gen. 



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practice, Maroa, III., 1S96-1900; Clinton, do., 
1900 — . Mem., Exemption Bd., Clinton, 111. 
Mem.. A. F. A. M.; K. P.; I. O. O. F.; Rotary 
Club; Christian Church. Married Agnes L. Comp- 
ton, 1899, Maroa. 111. Child. Kenneth C. b. N 
12. 1903. Addrexs. 311 N. Center St.. Clinton, 
111.; bus. add.. 304^ Public Sq.. do. 

GEORGE GILL 
Physician: M.P.; b. Jl 12. 1865; s. Edward 
(b. F S, 1S18. Isle of Man) and Esther Gill (b. 
Ap 15. 1S2S. Milan, O.l. A.B., Oberlin Coll., 
Oberlin.O.,lS9;?:A.M..rf<>.. 1S96. Scholarship, Coll. 
of Phvs. and Sums. Grad. work in Chicago Eye. 
Ear. Nose and Throat Coll., 1910. London Royal 
Ophthalmic. 1913 and Vienna, do Phys., Bri'ck.s- 
ville. O., 1S96-97; do.. Ridceville. O., 1898-1007; 
do., Elvria. O.. 1907 — ; Oto-I-aryngolog. Staff. 
Elvria Memorial Hosp.. 1908 — . Capt.. M. C, 
r. S. A.. Camp Lee. Va.. 1918.' Mem., Congr. 
Cnurch, (Deacon, 1915-18); Lorain Co. Med. Soc. 
Married Adele B. Heber, Jl 25, 1910, Elyria. O. 
Cliildren: Frances Ruth. b. Jl 30, 1914; Esther 
Jane, b. Mr S. 1916. Address, 205 Park Ave., 
Elyria. O.; bus. add., SOO Lorain Co. Bank Bldg.. 
do. 

FRED LEE GLENN 
Physician: M.D.; b. Ap 17. 1872. Janesville. 
Wis.: s. Albert M. and Carrie Althea (Taylor) 
Glenn. Prepared in Milton Coll.. Wis. Rlem., 
M. E. Church; A. F. A. M.. K. T.; K. P.; I. O. O. 
F.; M. W. Married Ap 14, 1897. Milton, Wis. 
Children: Harold, b. Mr 1, 1898: Dorothy, b. 
My 4. 1901; Mildred, b. My 23. 1908; Albert, b. 
D 1. 1910. Addre.is. 533 N. Pine Ave.. Chicago; 
bus. add., 442 N. Cicero Ave., do. 

RALPH S. GRACE 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Prepared 

under pvt. tutors in Chicago, Berlin, and London. 

Gen. Med. practice. Commissioned in M. R. C, 

U. S. A. Address, Lagrange\'ille. N. Y.f 

*CHARLES L. HAMMOND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended N. W. Univ. 
Med. Sch.. 1895. Gen. Med. practice; at one 
time located in Tonopah. Nev. Deceased. 

TIMOTHY HARTIGAN 
Orderly at Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago. 1921. 

CHARLES M. HEADRICK 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.. Keokuk Coll. of Phys. 

and Surgs.. 1876. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 

located in New York Life Bldg.. Omaha, Neb. J 

THOMAS CLAY HOLLISTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 30, 1865, Red 
Bluff, CaliL; s. T. J. and Elizabeth (Pyle) Hollis- 
ter. Prepared in Pawnee City (Neb.) H. S.; No. 
111. State Norm, Sch., and Dixon Bus. Coll. Gen. 
Med .and Surg, practice. Surg.. O. S. L. R. R. 
Med. Advisory Bd.. World War. Mem.. A. M. 
A.; Idaho State Med. Soc. Married Mabel Mc- 
Leran. Je 2V. 1899, Louisville, Neb. Address. 
Idaho Falls, Idaho. 

JOHN ROGERS HUDSON 
Physician: M.D.; b. 1858, N. Y.; s. John R. 
(b. 1810 Newburyport, Mass.) and Jane Weller 
(DeLuce) Hudson (b. 1823. N. Y.). Prepared in 
Cooper Union. N. Y. Ph.B.. .St. Louis Coll. of 
Pharm.. 1902; M.D.. Washington Univ.. St. Louis, 
1904. Omega Phi. Intern. W'est Side Hosp.. 
Chicago, 1893; do.. St. Louis City Hosp., 1904- 
05; Gen. Med. practice, Chicago. 1894-97; do., 
St. Louis. 190.T— . Third U. S. Volunteer Engrs., 
Spanish-Am. War; 27th U. S. Vol. Inf., P. I. In- 
surrection; M. C. R., U. S. A., 1918. Auth.: 
Tables for Calculations, 1880, John Wiley and 
Sons, N. Y. Mem., Chicago and St. Louis Hosp. 
Med. Socs.; St. Louis Coll. of Pharmacy Alumni 



Assn.; Am. Soc. of Civil Engrs. Married Anne 
Slack, 1906, St. Louis, Mo. Address, 5353 Miner- 
va Ave., St. liouis. Mo. 

CHARLES E. HUMISTON 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Mr 17, 1868. O.; s. Hiram 
and Margaret (Null) Humiston. Instr., Surg 
Coll. of Med., 1904-06; Asst. Prof., do., 1906-Osi 
Asst. Prof., Clin. Surg., and Jr. Surg., 1908-12- 
Assoc. Prof., do., 1912-17; Prof., Clin. Surg., do', 
1917 — ; Attending Surg., Cook Co. Hosp., 17 yrs.; 
1st Pres. and one of Founders of West Suburban 
Hosp. Assn.; widely known as a Med. teacher 
Mem., Draft Bd., World War. Mem., Chicago 
Med. Soc. (Pres. 1917-18); 111. State Med. Soc 
(Pres.). Married Myrtle Wheeler. 1901. Lincoln 
Neb. Children: Margaret, b. 1902; Homer W 
b. 1903; Ruth. b. 1906; Charles E.. b. 1909; Helen' 
b. 1911; Jean. b. 1915. Address. 449 N. Central 
Ave., Chicago. 

H. A. JEGI 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 16, 1873, Wis.; 
s. Simon and Agness (Dasher) Jegi. Prepared in 
Arcadia (Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. and Surg, prac- 
tice, Galcsville, Wis. Vol. Med. Serv., World War 
Mem,, Presby Church; A. F. A. M. Married 
Alice Brown, 1898, Winona. Minn. Children- 
Henry A., b. 1904; Charlotte, b. My 1911. Ad- 
dress, Galesville, Wis. 

PARK B. JENKINS 
Supt., Bd. of Health; M.D.; b. N 14, 1872, 
Newport Center, Vt.; s. Stephen W. (b. do.) and 
Francelia (Sias) Jenkins (b. do.). Prepared in 
Webster (S. Dak.) H. S. Located in Waubay, 
S. Dak.; Supt., S. Dak. State Bd. of Health. 
Married, O 1, 1915, Waubay, S. Dak. Child, 
Rush Culver, b. Jl 26, 1917, Waubay, S. Dak. 
Address, Waubay, S. Dak. 

NORMAN ARTHUR JOHNSTONE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Attended 
Toronto Univ. Med. Sch., 1880-82, 1890-91. Gen 
Med. practice. Address, 820 N. State St., Chi- 
cago. t 

*WILLIAM J. LAIRD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. Prepared in 
Collegiate Institute, Ontario, Can. Formerly, 
Surg, for the Bay de Noc Co., Nahma, Mich. 
Died N 15, 1909, Englewood, Chicago. 

GEORGE HERBERT LAWRENCE 
M.D.; b. My 27, 1865; s. John and Anne (Mar- 
shall) Lawrence. Prepared in Jennings Sem. and 
Aurora Norm. Sch., 1881-84. A.B., Gale Coll., 
1913. Nu Sigma Nu. Married Ethel Klandrud, 
Ja 28, 1918, St. Louis. Addre.ss, Shafton Block, 
Stevens Point, Wis. 

MURET NAPOLEON LELAND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Attended 
Med. Dept., Univ. of Mich., 1892-94. Gen. Med. 
practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 4136 S. 
Lyndale Ave., Minneapolis; 6ms. add.. Syndicate 
Bldg., do.-f 

TORSTEIN ANDREAS LID 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 26, 1867, Brateset, 
Norway; s. Peder Johannes (b. Jl 17, 1841, Vol- 
den, Norway) and Abelone (Hauge) Lid (b. Ja 
13, 1843, Brenianger, Norway). Prepared in 
Levanger, Middelskole and Gundorscns Gymnas- 
ium in Norway. Phi Rho Sigma. Faculty Gold 
Medal, 1st Prize, 1st yr., for highest average stand- 
ing in all branches. House Surg., West Side Hosp., 
1896-97; Intern, do.. 1896-S 1. 1897; Gen. Med. 
practice, Marinette, Wis., 1897 — . Examing Surg., 
U. S. Pension Bd., 1900—. (Pres. and Sec); City 
Phys., Marinette. Wis., six yrs. Mem., Staff, St. 
Josephs Hosp.. Menominee. Mich. Mem.. Mari- 
nette Co. Med. Soc; Wis. State Med. Soc; A. 
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Norwegian Lit. Soc, Treas., 1902 — . Married 
A. Constance Wald, Ja 2, 1899, Menominee, Mich. 
Children: Margaret A., b. D 14, 1900; Erling Sig- 
vald, b. My 12, 1906; Sigrid Dorothy, b. Ja 14, 
1910. Address, 1602 Main St., Marinette, Wis. 

ALBERT H. LINAWEAVER 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1856. Specialist in Clin- 
Pathol. Address, 232^ S. Main St., Findlay- 
O. 

JOSEPH HUGH McGREADY 
M.D.; b. Mr 5, 1872, Independence, la.; s. 
Honora (Maloney) McGready. Prepared in In- 
dependence (la.) H. S. Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago, 
1896-98; Independence, la., 1898—. Mem., K. 
C; B. P. O. E.; Catholic Church. Address, 206 
3rd Ave., Independence, la.; 6ms. add., 229 Main 
St., do. 

WILBUR WASHINGTON McKENZIE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Harvey Med. 
Coll., 1892-93. Address., 715 Hollingsworth Bldg., 
Los Angeles.t 

*FRANK MASON 
Pnys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Edinburgh 
H. S. Died D 7, 1897, Taylorville, 111. 

*GRANT MITCHELL 
Dentist; M.D.; b. 1866. Attended N. Y. Univ. 
Med. Coll. Dent, practice, 32 yrs. Died O 1, 
1918, at his home in Pittsburgh. 

JAMES M. MOSES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1853. Prepared in 
Chicago H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
Big Sandy, Tenn.t 

HENRY A. MOUNT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D., b, 1863. Gen. Med. 
practice; formerly of West Allis, Wis. Address, 
Zayante, Calif.t 

THOMAS J. O'MALLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Rush Med. 
Coll., 1890-92. Gen. Med. practice. Commis- 
sioned in M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. M. A. 
Address, Plaza Hotel, Chicago; 6ms. add., 30 N. 
Michigan Ave., do.f 

PERCIVAL PEARCE 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 30, 1867; s. W. S. and 
Mary Grace Copp) Pearce. Gen. Med. practice, 
Waukegan, 111. Married Jessie A. Cooke, N 7, 
1894. Children: W. S., b. N 9, 1895; Isabel B., 
b. Mr 23, 1898; Percival Jr., b. S 7, 1899; Margaret, 
b. Mr 23, 1906. Address, 505 Julien St., Wauke- 
gan, IlL; 6ms. add., 209 Washington St., do. 

LESLIE W. SCHWAB 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 3, 1866, Decatur, 
111.; s. Frederick (b. Mr 30, 1839, Bavaria, Ger.) 
and Amira (Culver) Schwab (b. Decatur, 111.). 
Prepared in Pub. Schs. Ph.G., Philadelphia Coll. 
of Pharm., 1889. Married Myra C. Hunter, D 
18, 1890, Decatur, 111. Address, 4315 Grand Blvd., 
Chicago. 

.*ISAIAH B. SEAGLEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1663. Formerlv of Scot- 
land, S. Dak. Mem., A. M. A. Died My 7, 
1910, Presho, S. Dak. 

*J. H. SHINNICK 



JOSEPH C. SPRINGER 
Pnys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 27, 1867, Owens- 
ville, Ind.; s. Samuel and Rachel (Pike) Springer. 
Gen. Med. practice; Coroners Phys. Married Hat- 



tie Frank, Chicago. Children: Rosalind, b. F 17, 
1904; Leanore, b. N 25, 1908; Josephine, b. N 22, 
1918; Natalie, b. Je 19, 1920. Address, 1454 E. 
69th St., Chicago. 

ALBERT A. STARNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Gen. Med. 
practice; formerly at Galion, O. Address, Trum- 
bull Bldg., Marion, O.f 

IRVING J. STRAUS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Baltimore, Md.; s. Joseph 
(b. 1834, Bavaria) and Caroline Straus (b. 1844, 
New York). Prepared in Johns Hopkins Univ. 
Address, Lakota Hotel, 30th St. and Michigan 
Ave., Chicago. 

HUBERT O. SUMPMANN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. M.D., Chi- 
cago Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1890. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Dubuque, la.t 

RICHARD HENRY SWEETMAN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1866. Attended Coll. of 
Phys. and Surg., Keokuk, 189.3-94. Surg., Menah- 
ga, Minn.; formerly of Green Bay, Wis. Mem., 
State Med. Soc. of Wis.; A. M. A. Address, 
Menahga, Minn.t 

WALTER T. SWINK 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 20, 1870, Medon, Tenn.; 
s. George W. and Elizabeth (Buchanan) Swink. 
Prepared in H. S and Univ of Tenn. A. K. K. 
Phys.; Assoc. Prof., Med. Dept., Univ. of Tenn. 
Ma.i., M. C, U. S. A., Ag 26, 1917-Ag 27, 1919. 
Mem., Baotist Church; Med. Socs. Married 
Bertha Mills, D 29, 1896, Milan, Tenn. Address, 
1919 Madison Ave., Memphis, Tenn.; 6ms. add., 
B. K. Commerce Bldg., do. 

WALLACE H. VOSBURGH 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 21, 1870, Madison, Wis.; 
s. G. W. and Marion Leach (Moche) Vo.sburgh. 
Prepared in Black Earth (Wis.) H. S.; Univ. of 
Wis. Gen. Med. oractice, Denmark, Wis. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; Mod. Woodmen of Am. 
Married Mina Monk, 1913. Address, Denmark, 
Wis. 

JOEL HARVEY WALDRON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 1, 1871; s. Abraham 
and Mary E. (Harvey) Waldron. Phys., Lafay- 
ette, Ind. Married Z. Stewart; L. Lewis. Chil- 
dren: Lucile, b. 1895; Aileen, b. 1897. Address, 
119 N. 6th St., Lafayette, Ind. 



JAMES P. WIDMEYER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Gen. Med. 
practice. Teachers Certificate, N. Dak., 1895. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, Rolla, N. Dak.f 

FRANK M. WILMER 
Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialist; M.D.; 
b. 1871. Address, Winfield, Kan.t 

CHARLES ALLEN YATES 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 10, 1870, Goderich, Ont.; 
s. Stephen (b. Staffordshire, Eng.) and Mary 
(McCausland) Yates (b. Co. Tyrone, Ire.). Pre- 
pared in Goderich Collegiate Inst.; N. W. Univ., 
1893-94. Ph.C, Ont. Coll. of Pharm., 1891. 
Located in Bangor, Wis., 1896-1904; Clark, S. 
Dak., 1904-10; Williams, Mont., 1910-16; Bangor, 
Wis., 1916—. M. C, U. S. A., Ag 1917-Ag 1918. 
Mem., Wis. State Med. Soc. Married Je 1900, 
Bangor, Wis.; Ja 1909, Clark, S. Dak,; Lottie 
JefFers, Mr 10, 1920. Children: Mona, b, Mr 1901 ; 
Margaret, b. Mv 21, 1911: Allan, b. Jl 10, 1912; 
Elinor, b. Mr 1914; Jeffers, b. Jl 21, 1916. Address, 
Bangor, Wis. 



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FRED CARL ZAPFFE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 16, 1873. Milwau- 
kee; s. August and Babette (Weiss^ Zapffe. Pro- 
pared in Milwaukee H. S. Nu Sigma Nu; Coll. 
of Med. Football Team. Asst. Prof.. Pathol.. 
Coll. of Med.. 1894-96; served in various capacities 
until 1S99; Prof., Histol,, and Embryo!., do., and 



in Dent. Dcpt.. do. until about 1910. Gen. Med. 
and Surg, practice. Chicago. Capt.. M. C, U. 
S. A.. World War. Auth.: Manual of Bactcriol., 
1903. Mem.. Assn. Am. Med. Colls.. (Sec. 1903) ; 
A. M. A., (Exchange Ed., 1904). Married Anna 
Mae Stolba, O 21. 1896. Address, 3431 Lexing- 
ton St., Chicago; 25 E. Washington St., do. 



CLASS OF 1897 (69 LIVING, 15 DEAD) 



FRANK STANTON ABY 
Phvs. and SurK ; M.D.; b. F 9. 186.'-), Galva 
III.; s. Alex (b. 1830, O.) and Maloina (Stanton) 
Abv (b. 1830, Rochester. N. Y.). Prepared in 
Gaiva H. S. B.S.. Morris Normal Sch., 1883; 
Ph.B., State Univ. of la.. 1889; M.S.. do.. 1890. 
Grad. work in med., Vienna, Paris and Berlin; 
Instr., Asst. Prof., and Prof.. State Univ. of la., 
1889-94. Married Alice Cadwell. 1890, Deer 
Park. 111. Children: Gertrude, b. 1891; Stanton, 
b. 1905. Address, 5950 Neva Ave., Chicago. 

♦SAMUEL G. ADE 



♦HARRY L. ARNOLD 
Specialist; M.D.; b. F 20. 1869. Chenoa. 111.; 
s. William C. and Minerva (Huntoon) 'Arnold. 
Prepared in Girard (Kan.) H. S. and Park Coll., 
Parkville, Mo. Postgrad, work. Univs. of Vienna, 
London, and Ger. Phi Rho Sigma. Eye. Ear, 
Nose, and Throat Specialist, Omaha, Neb.; Instr., 
Ophthalmol., Creighton Med. Coll.; Visiting Oph- 
thalmol., Creighton Univ. Hosp.; do., St. Josephs 
Hosp., Omaha. Married Enuna Lorenzen, Je 
1910. Died Jl 8, 1921, Omaha. 

JOHN A. ASCHER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Attended 
N. W. Univ. Med. Sch.. 3 yrs. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Sparks, Neb.; Freeport, 111. Mem., A. M. 
A. Addre-os, 214 Stephenson St., Freeport, 111.; 
bus. add., 71 Stephenson St., do.jf 

JAY FRANK AUNER 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 23, 1872, Des Moines, 
la.; s. John .S. and Helen (.\llen) Auner. Prepared 
in Shellrock (la. )Schs.; Rush Med. Coll., 1894-96. 
Nu Sigma Nu. Grad. work in Dermatol., Vander- 
bilt Skin Clinic, N. Y. Address, 3101 Grand Ave.. 
Des Moines, la.; bus. add., 512-513 Hippee Bldg., 
do. 

JAMES HARVEY BANKS 

Specialist; M.D.; b. 1860. M.D., Keokuk Med. 

Coll.. 1892. Formerly located at Kankakee, 111.; 

Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Di.seases. 

Address, Maple Park, Ill.t 



♦MILES E. BARNETT 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1865. Formerly of Osh- 
kosh. Wis. Died S 1912, Omro, Wis. 



PETER BASSOE 
Physician; M.D.; b. My is! 1874, Drammen, 
Norway; s. L. A. and Marie (Andersen) Bassoe. 
Prepared in Cathedral School, Christiania, Nor- 
way. Phi Rho Sigma. .Specialist, Nervous and 
Mental Disea-ses. Contract Surg., Neuro-psy- 
chiatric bd.. World War. Auth.: Various articles 
on Med. subjects. Married Miriam Gardner, 
N 30, 1907, Pasadena, Calif. Children: Lucy, b. 
.\g 8, 1908; Hans Christian, b. My 25, 1911; Else, 
b. Jl 23, 1912; Esther, b. F 16, 1914; Sylvia, b. 
N 24, 1916. Address, Evanston, 111.; bus. add., 
30 N. Mich., Ave., Chicago. 



ALFRED BEIN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 31, 1875, Chicago; a. 
Simon and Henriette (Schocken) Bein. Prepared 
in H. S. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med.Soc; A. M. A.; A. F. A. M. Married Annette 
Grcssman, Ja 23, 1900. Chicago. Address, 2117 
Caton St.. Chicago; bus. add., 2014 North Ave., do. 

CHARLES L. BENNETT 
M.D.; b. F 5, 1870, Springfield, 111.; s. Charles 
(b. Ja 23. 1843. Elmyra, N. Y.) and Ada (Fisher) 
Bennett (b. N 15, 1848, Winona, Minn.). Pre- 
pared in H. S. Phi Rho Sigma. M.D., Chicago 
Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1910. Grad. work, 
Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. 
Located in Chicago, 1890-95; Aguascalientes, Mex., 
1895-1910; Attending staff, Los Angeles Co. Hosp., 
1901-06; retired from med. work; ranching and 
pub. health and welfare work; in charge of housing 
of Mex. workmen at San Dimas, Calif., 1920. 
Auth.: Various papers on Digestion, Metabolism, 
and other Med. subjects. Mem., Am. Chem. 
Soc. Married Elsie Doerr, D 22, 1897, Fort 
Madison, la. Children: Dorothy Ada, b. N 17, 
1898; Charles Doerr, b. F 9, 1901; Louise, b. N 6, 
1904. Address, 607 S. Hill St., Los Angeles. 

NATHAN BIEGELEISEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. M.D., Hahne- 
mann Hosp. Coll., San Francisco, 1895. Gen. 
Med. practice. Address, 235 E. 7th St., New York 
City.t 

♦JOHN J. BRINCKERHOFF 
(Uncle of Frank E., '13 M.D.; brother of G. E., 
•85 M.D., C. E., '85 M.D., and E. E.. '08 M.D.) 
Phys. and Drug.; M.D.; b. 1870. Sec, Des- 
plaines Valley Poultry Assoc. For many years a 
Phys. and Druggist at Minooka. Died Ap 4, 
1916, Joliet. 

FRANK WILSON BRODRICK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 21, 1872. New 
Madison, O.; s. James Wilson and Cecealia (Biddle) 
Brodrick. Nu Sigma Nu. Grad. work in Vienna, 
Zurich, Berlin, Paris, London. New York. Philadel- 
phia. Boston, Baltimore, and Chicago, (ien. Med. 
practice; Surg, to Mines. Smelters and Rys.. Mex.; 
located in Tlahualilo, Mex.; 12 Pelikangasse IX, 
Vienna. Austria; Sterling, 111. Special Research 
work on Nerve Regeneration and Yellow Fever. 
Capt., U. S. A., D 8, 1917-S 3, 1918; Maj., do., 
S3, 1918-F 17, 1919; Lt. Col., F 17, 1919-discharge, 
Ag 22, 1919; overseas with the army of occupation, 
O 1918-Ag 1919; Commanding Off., Evacuation 
Hosp. 26, S 12, 1918; demobilization, Ag 22, 1919. 
111. State Councillor, M. R. C, U. S. A., 1921. 
Mem., 111. State Med. Soc; Co. Med. Soc; Tri- 
State Med. Soc; Am. Coll. Surg. (Active Fellow); 
A. M. A. (do.) Assn. Mil. Surg, (do.); Acad. Oph- 
thalmol, and Oto-Laryngol. (do.). Married Marion 
Elizabeth Morrison, 1897. Child, Ralph Wilson, 
b. 1898. Address, Sterling, 111. 

ALBERT E. BROWN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Attended 
Rush Med. Coll., 1894-96. Gen. Med. practice. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, Waukegan, Ill.t 



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HENRY D. BROWN 

(Brother of Albert E., '97, Ph.G.) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 20, 1873, Meaford, 
Ontario; s. Thomas Armstrong (b. 1835, Montreal, 
Can.) and Mary Blakeley (h. Madoc, Ontario). 
Prepared in Collegiate Inst., Brockville, Ontario. 
Detroit Med. Coll., Detroit, 1894-95; Rush Med. 
Coll., Chicago, 1895-96. Located in Detroit, Mich. 
1897-98; Denver, Colo., 1899-1900; Calif., 1903; 
Puget Sound Dist., 1904; Seattle, Wash., 1907-15; 
Mt. Vernon, Wash., 1915—. Asst. Surg., U. S. 
A., 1901-04; Home Service, World War. Mem., 
B. P. O. E.; A. F. A. M.; Skagit Co. Golf and 
Country Club; Mt. Vernon Cml. Club; Skagit 
Co. Med. See; A. M. A.; Trustee, Wash. State 
Med. Soc. Married Ethel M. Lillyblade, Je 1899, 
Detroit, Mich. Address, 1530 S. 3rd St., Mt. 
Vernon, Wash.; bus. add., Hayton Bldg., do. 

MONTROSE M. BROWN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. A.B., Westminster 
Coll., 1893.t 

ARTHUR PORTER BURROUGHS 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 1, 1865, Galesburg, 
Mich.; s. Orrin Frank (b. Mr 14, 1827, Monroe 
Co. N. Y.) and Olive (Cash) Burroughs (b. N 14, 
1831, Genesee Co., N. Y.). Prepared in Gales- 
burg (Mich.) Union H. S.; Univ. of Mich. Lo- 
cated in Galesburg, Mich., Ap 30, 1897-S 1, 1907; 
Med. practice. Grand Rapids, do., S 1, 1907-S 1, 
1908; Galesburg, do., 1908-11; Los Angeles, Ja 
1911 — . Married Mary Lucina Starr, O 19, 1898, 
Plainwell, Mich. Child, Ardis Norine, b. Ag 27, 
1899. Address, 1952 W. 48th St., Los Angeles; 
6ms. add., 1954 W. 48th St., do. 

CREED CALVIN CALBREATH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Prepared in 
Valparaiso Norm. Sch. M.D., Keokuk Med. Coll., 
1892. Gen. Med. practice; formerly located at 
Confidence, la.; Promise City, do. Address, 
Chariton, la.t 

CHARLES WILLARD CARTER 
(Husband of Mary Estelle Mann, '93, B.L. in 
L. & A.) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; B.L., 1893; M.L., 1894; 
b. Mr 27, 1868, Faribault, Minn.; s. Willard (b. 
Ap 2, 1833, Wilmington, Mass.) and Emily Jane 
(Whitlock) Carter (b. Jl 4, 1844, Muncie, Pa.). 
Prepared in Aledo H. S. Nu Sigma Nu; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Philomathean; Fellowship, Coll. of 
Literature, 1893-94; Class poet. Physician, Aledo, 
111., 1897-1908; do., Clinton, 111., 1908—. Capt., 
M. C, Ap 29, 1918-D 28, 1918. Mem., A. F. 
A. M.; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married 
Mary Estelle Mann, (L. & A., '93) Ja 12, 1898, 
Geneva, 111. Children: Charles Willard, b. F 8, 
1899; Alice Landon, b. Ap 29, 1905; Dorothy, b. 
S 2, 1908. Address, Clinton, 111. 

JOHN H. CLANCEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 22, 1865, Chicago; s. 
James and Catherine Clancey. Prepared in St. 
Ignatius Coll. Married 1897, Chicago. Address, 
Naperville, 111. 

JOSEPH STERLING COCHRAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended N. 
W. Univ. Med. Sch., 1894-95; Rush Med. Coll., 
1895-96. Gen. Med. practice; Granger Block, 
San Diego, Calif.; later at Stockton, do. Address, 
217 N. Tuxedo Ave., Stockton, Calif.; bus. add, 
Belding Bldg., do.f 

J. F. CONNELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly at Alexian 
Bros. Hosp., Chicago.J 

JOHN FRANKLIN DUFFERIN COOK 

Physician; M.D.; b. O 18, 1872, Springfield, 

Ontario, Can.; s. William Rufus (b. Jl 12, 1849, 



do.) and Mary Isabella (McArthur) Cook (b. F 14, 
1850, do.). Prepared in H. S. Licentiate in 
Pharm., S. Dak. Board of Examiners. Gen. Med. 
practice, Clark, S. Dak., My-D 1897; do.. Lang- 
ford, S. Dak., 1897—; Marshall Co. Bd. of Health, 
1900—; Co. Coroner, 1912—. Capt., M. C, U. 
S. A., O 25, 1918; Pres., Med. Advisory Bd., 
Selective Draft. Mem., Methodist Church; A. F. 
A. M.; A. M. A.; S. Dak. State Med. Soc; Aber- 
deen Dist. Med. Soc; S. Dak. Pharm. Assn.; Med. 
Veteran, World War; Am. Legion. Married Gary 
Marion Piatt, O 19, 1898, Clark, S. Dak. Chil- 
dren: Kenneth Piatt, b. Ag 29, 1899; John Marvin, 
b. S 18, 1906. Address, Langford, S. Dak. 

LEMUEL S. COPLAN 
Surgeon; M.D. ;b. 1868. Mem., A.M. A. Ad- 
dress, Wellington, Kan.f 

JOHN M. CULLEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Roll of Honor, Coll. 
of Med., 1897. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
819 Independence Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 1160 
W. Taylor St., do.f 

STANLEY B. DICKINSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 16, 1871, Benton Har- 
bor, Mich.; s. Joseph (b. F 2, 1836, St. Joseph, 
Mich.) and Hannah A. (Davis) Dickinson (b. D 7, 
1843, Buffalo, N. Y.) . Prepared in Benton Harbor, 
Mich., Prep Coll. Class Prophet. Clin. Instr., 
Diseases of Children, Coll. of Med., 1898-1901; 
Phys., Chicago, 1897-1901, Watertown, S. Dak., 
1901-15; Portland, Ore., 1915 — ; Asst. med. dir. 
of Dak. Life Ins. Co., 1909-15; Coroner four yrs. 
and Co. Supt. of Health, Codington Co., S. Dak., 
1911-12; City Health Off., Watertown, S. Dak., 
1912; Post-grad, work, Chicago PoUclinic, 1913. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; High Priest, R. A. M., 1914; 
O. E. S.; Watertown District Med. Soc. (pres. 
1910 and sec. 1913) ; K. of P., Lodge 17 (Chancellor 
Commander, 1904). Married, S 26, 1900, Chicago. 
Children: Robert S., b. Jl 21, 1903; Marian J., 
b. Ja 11, 1907. Address, 505 E. 50th St. N., 
Portland, Ore.; bus. add., 704 Selling Bldg., do. 



*RICHARD HASTINGS DILLON 
M.D.; b. 1869. Mem., of the New Hampshire 
Med. Soc. At one time Med. Off. in the State 
Militia. Died in 1917, at his home, Manchester, 

N. H. 

*THOMAS B. DREW 
M.D.; b. 1875. Located in Oswego, 111. A. 
M. A. Died Ap 28, 1915, Augustana Hosp., 
Chicago. 

GUY CUMMINGS DUFF 
Phy.sician; M.D.; b. F 19, 1855, Huntley, 111.; 
s. Daniel (b. Je 5, 1818, Perthshire, Scotland) 
and Waity M. (Cummings) Duff (b. D 3, 1827, 
Truxton, N. Y.). Prepared in Elgin Acad. Mar- 
ried Alice E. Sinnett, Ap 4, 1883, Huntley, 111. 
Address, 4516 Maiden St., Chicago. 

FRANK DU VERNAY FANNING 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
Butler (Ind.) H. S. Attended Med. Dept., Univ. 
of Mich., 1892-95. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
Butler, Ind.t 

ELWOOD M. FARQUHAR 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 27, 1868, West Browns- 
ville, Pa.; s. Thomas (b. 1840, do.) and Phoebe 
(Miller) Farquhar (b. 1842, O.). Prepared in 
Cornell Coll., Mt. Vernon, la., 1888-92. Mil- 
tonian Lit. Soc. Located in Early, la., 1897-1909; 
Bassett, Neb., 1910-15; Minatare, do., 1915 — . 
Married, 1898, Early, la. Children: Ardis, b. 
1900; Miriam, b. 1904. Address, Minatare, Neb. 



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WILLIAM HAROLD FINN 
Phys. and SurR.; M.D.; b. 1869. Attended 
N. W. Univ. Med. Sch., 1894-95; Hush Mid..Coll., 
1895-96. Formerly located at 6313 Champlain 
Ave., Chicago. Address, 3035 Indiana Ave., Chi- 
oago.t 

RIVERS C. FREDERICK 
Phys. and Surtr.; M.D.; b. 1S74. Attended New 
Orleans Univ. Mod. Coll., 189-1-96. Address. 4120 
Clara St., New Orleans, La.t 

LEWIS FRICK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Formerly at 
Minneapolis; retired from practice. Married Flora 
C. Charlton. Addnss, Athens, Wis. 

SAMUEL L. FRIDUSS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 24, 1870. RuS.; s. Ethel 
i^eherr. Prepared in S. Division H. S., Chicago. 
Gen. Med. practice. Clin. Instr., Diseases of the 
Chest. Coll. of Med., 1898-1900. Advisory Bd., 
K 3, World War. Mem., A. F. A. M., Mystic 
Star, Oriental Consistorv, Medinah Temple. Mar- 
ried, Ja 29, 1900. Children: Edward M.; Mildred 
E.; Eugene U. Addrexs, 1700 W. Garfield Blvd.. 
Chicago; bus. add., 1809 W. 47th St., do. 

*DARWIN SPENCER GAILEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Attended Med. 
Dept.. Univ. of Mich., 1893-96. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Ashland, 111. Died O 20. 1918. Ashland. 111. 

HENRY MARTYN HALL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Titusville H. S. Specialist, Ophthalmol, and 
Laryngol.; formerly at 243 Emerson St., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Commissioned in M. R. C, U. S. A. 
Address, Adah, Pa.t 

E. MENDEL HAMILTON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 21, 1871. Fairmount, 
W. Va.; s. James Barns (b. Ag 3, 1845. Fairmount. 
W. Va.) and Mary Ellen (Connell) Hamilton (b. 
N 8, 1848, Wellsburg. W. Va.). Prepared in Fair- 
mount (W. Va.) H. S.; Chicago College of Pharm.. 
1889-90. Postgraduate courses at N. Y. Poli- 
clinic, N.Y. Post-Grad. School, and Philadelphia 
Policlinic. Located at Cairo. W. Va., 1898-1902; 
Belington. do., 1903—. Mem., Vol. Med. Serv. 
Corps; Presby. Church; A. F. A. M.; Oriental 
Consistory S. P. R. S., Chicago. Married Agnes 
Stewart, F 28, 1905. Belington, W. Va. Child, 
Mary Jean. b. Jl 2, 1909. Address, Belington, 



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♦CHARLES E. HANSEL 
M.D.; b. 1875. Pres., Bd. of Health, South 
Bend, Ind. Mem.. Central Pediatric Soc. Died 
suddenly Ag 3, 1920. at the South Bend Country 
Club. 

EDWARD J. HOBBS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 9. 1868, Sheridan, 111.; 
s. Alfred and Eugenie (Bernard) Hobbs. Pre- 
pared in Battle Creek Coll. Gen. Med. practice. 
Married Katherine Lindsay. Child, Lindsay Wen- 
dell, b. 1907. Address, Galesburg, Mich. 

THOMAS JERALD JACKSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 20, 1862. Eng.; s. 
Joseph (b. N 20, 1830, Eng.) and Hannah (Brown) 
Jackman fb. S 16, 1832, do.). Prepared in La- 
grange (Ind.) H. S.; Univ. of Mich.. 1887-94. 
A.B.. DePauw Univ., 1887; A.M., do., 1890. 
Scholarship; Fac. Prize Medal; Honor Roll; Cla.ss 
Historian. Grad. work, Clinics in Europe. 1904. 
Supt. of Schs. and Prin. of H. S.. before studying 
Med. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago, 1897—. 
Auth : Various articles in Med. and Professional 
Jours Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc ; A. M. A.; Am. Acad, of Med.; Ind. Soc. of 
Chicago; Chicago Motor Club. Married Phoebe 



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Smith Ap 9. 1889. Goshen, Ind. Child, Edith 
A ice, b. F 10, 1890. Addre.ts, 5329 Calumet Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 51st St. and Grand Blvd., do. 

TAYLOR RICE JACKSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 21, 1870. Jennings Co., 
Ind.; s John H. and Elizabeth (Grinstead) Jack- 
son. Prepared in Oskaloosa (la.) H. S., 1889; 
Penn Coll do., 1894. Phi Rho Sigma. Mem., 
A F. A. M.. Shrine; Presby. Church. Married 
Mary Agnes Robb, Ja 1897. Des Moines. Chil- 
dren: Bernice Louise, b. 1899. Address, Albia, la. 

N. LA DOIT JOHNSON 
M.D.; b. Mr 1. 1869, Morrison, 111.; s. Jennie 
Norton (Ahira) Johnson. Phi Rho Sigma; Phi 
Delta. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago, until S, 1919; 
Casper, Wyo., 1919—. Married Mabel Prutsman, 
Galesburg, 111. Child, Donald, b. Ag 14, 1913. 
Address, Wyatt Hotel, Casper, Wyo. 

F. C. IvANE 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly at Logans- 
port, Ind. 

W. D. KINNEY 
M.D. Address, 340 Masonic Temple, Daven- 
port, la. 

JOHN CALVIN KLEPINGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 21, 1870, Dayton, 
O.; s. William and Elizabeth (Bowser) Klepinger. 
Prepared in McPherson Coll., McPherson, Kan., 
and Mt. Morris Coll., Mt. Morris, 111.; Located 
in Union, O.; Peoria; Herington, Kan.; Kansas 
City, Mo. Vol., M. R. C. U. S. A.. World War. 
Mem.. Christian Church; A. F. A. M. Married 
Mary Kuns. 1891. McPherson. Kan. Children: 
Dayton P., b. N 14. 1892; MyrI M., b. S 10. 1896. 
Loyd H., b. Jl 16, 1909. Address, 4503 
Eaton Ave.. Rosdale, Kan.; bus. add., 2322 Sum- 
mit St. and 1810 W. 45th St., Kansas City, Mo. 

'WILHELM LERCHE 
Surgeon; M.D. b. 1867. Attended Univ. of 
Christiania. 1888. Honor Roll, Coll. of Med., 
1897. Surg, practice, St. Paul. Mem., A. M. A.; 
Am. Coll. of Surgs.; Minn. Pathol. Soc. Address, 
210 Lowry Arcade, St. Paul.f 



♦HENRY THEODORE LEWIS 
M.D.; b. 1873. Gen. Med. practice in Wis.; 
Located in N. M., 4 yrs. Died in 1915, Alameda, 

N. M. 

♦WALTER S. LINCOLN 
M.D.; b. 1864. Gen. Med. practice, Dodge- 
ville, Wis.; Health Off., do. Mem., A. M. A 
Died O 14, 1918, Dodgeville, Wis. 

ORLA WIRT LOFFER 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 11, 1872; s. Christian 
(b. F 25, 1849. Pickaway Co.. O.) and Teressa 
Alice (Jackson) Loffer (b. Shelby Co., O.). Pre- 
pared in Ada, O. Taught for 4 yrs.; Gen. Med, 
practice. Maplewood, O., 1897-1905; DeGraff, O., 
1905—. Mem., Vol. M. C, U. S. A., O 14, 1918- 
D 18, 1918. Married Osie I. Piper, Ag 14, 1895, 
Quincy, O. Children: Clarice Reva, b. N 22, 1896; 
Myron Holmes, b. N 10, 1901; Frances Alice, b. 
Je 14. 1907. Address, DeGraff, O. 

REYNOLDS J. MAPES 
M.D.; b. S 11, 1873, New Castle, Pa. Prepared 
in Bucyrus, (O.) H. S., 1891. Located atTonopah, 
Nev.. 1911; Oatman. Ariz., 1919; Oakland, Calif. 
Mem.. A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E. Children: Daugh- 
ter, b. 1916; Son, b. 1918. Address. 1097 Stan- 
ford Ave.. Oakland. Calif. 



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♦GEORGE ERNEST M,AYHEW 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. A.B., Wabash 
Coll., 1894. Formerly located in Red Bluff, Calif. 
Died Jl 19, 1904, Colyear Springs, Calif. 

LORING C. MEEK 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 5, 1871, Kosciusko Co., 
Ind.; s. James A. and Mary E. L. (Brown) Meek. 
Prepared in Silverlake (Ind.) H. S. Gen. Med. 
practice, Tiosa, Ind., 1897—. Mem., Fulton Co. 
Med. Soc; 13th Dist. Med. Soc. of Ind.; Ind. State 
Med. Soc. Married Jessie L. Babcock, Ag 15, 
1892. Children: Harold, b. Je 29, 189.3; Dorothy, 
b. S 25 , 189V; Mary Ruth, b. N 9, 1907. Address, 
Tiosa, Ind. 

ADOLPH G. MIZELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 12, 1871, Williamson Co., 
111.; s. William R. (b. 1840, Ky.) and Emma M. 
(Thompson) Mizell (b. 1843, 111.). Prepared in 
Ewing Coll., Ewing, 111., 1888-89. A.B., Shurtleff 
Coll., Upper Alton, 111., 1894; A.M., do., 1897. 
Alpha Zeta; Logossian; Scholarship at Shurtleff 
Coll. and Univ. of 111.; Chm. of Class Ex. Com., 
1897. Physician,Shelbyville, 111., 1898— . Mem., 
111., State Med. Soc; Shelby Co. Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Cora Conn, 1897, Shelbyville, 111. Address, 
2208 W. Main St., Shelbyville, 111.; bus. add., 2008 
Broadway, do. 

CHARLES C. MURPHY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884. Attended 
Rush Med. Coll., 1891-96. Address, 632 31st St., 
Chicago, Ill.t 

*JAMES G. NELLIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. M;.D., Hahne- 
mann Hosp. Coll., San Francisco, 1888. Honor 
Roll, Coll. of Med., 1897. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly located in Turlock, Calif.; later at Ir- 
vington, do. Deceased. 

*JOHN D. NOVAK . 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Univ. of 
Prague, Bohemia, 1892-96. Gen. Med. practice, 
Chicago, 1897—. Died Je 16, 1920, Chicago. 

NORMAN F. PEACOCK 
M.D.; b. S 8, Oakville, Ont., Canada. Located 
in Darlington, Ind., 1898—. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
Shrine. Married Nell K. Hunt, 1910. Address, 
Darlington, Ind. 

CLYDE DALE PENCE 
Phys. and Ed.; M.D.; b. Je 21, 1868, Westville, 
O.; s. Wilson T. (b. D 13, 1835, Westville, O.) 
and Angeline (Steinberger) Pence (b. Je 4, 1841, 
do.). Prepared in Kan. State Agr. Coll., 1884-85 
and Bus. Coll. Phi Rho Sigma. Clin. Instr., 
Diseases of the Chest, Coll. of Med., 1896-98; 
Clin. Instr., Surg., do., 1898-1900; Instr., Laryngol., 
Rhinol. and Otol., do., 1902-06. Dir. and V. P., 
West Side Hosp., Chicago; Mem. of Med. Staff, 
do.; Head Phys., S. W. Tuberculosis Dispensary, 
1908-17; Editor of III. Med Jour., 1912-19. Mem., 
of Tuberculosis Bd., U. S. A., 1917. Married 
Myra A. Trempe, S 14, 1897, Sault Ste Marie, 
Mich. Child, Marjorie, b. Ag 20, 1898 (died O 
19, 1900). Address, 1810 S. Homan Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 3338 Ogden Ave., do. 

ELEY E. PERISHO 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 30, 1874, Yale, HI.; s. 
P. D. (b. Yale, 111.) and Mary (McFadden) Perisho 
(b. Ky.). Ph.G., Valparaiso Univ., 1895. Mem., 
of Selective Med. Examining Bd. for draft; Vol. 
Med. Serv. Corps. Married Jennie A. McKinney, 
Je 25, 1899 (died Jl 17, 1919). Children: Gorden 
M., b. 1907; Ruth, b. 1912; Wyllys, b. 1916. Ad- 
dress, 221 Main St., Streator, 111. 



WILLIAM A. PETERSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 23, 1867, Sweden; s. 
Carl (b. Ap 19, 1819, Sweden) and Anna Marie 
(Pearson) Peterson (b. My 2, 1831, do.). Pre- 
pared in la. State Coll., 1881-87, Augustana Coll., 
1892 and Univ. of la., 1894-95. B.S., la State 
Coll., 1887. Literary and Scientific societies. 
Teacher, la. (Holder of State Certif.); now located 
in Chicago. Married Anna E. Cronk, Je 1, 1899. 
Children: Raymond E.; Cecile J. Address, 5053 
Winthrop Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 30 N. LaSalle 
St., do. 

WILLIAM CURTIS PROUGH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Attended N. 
W. Univ. Med. Sch., 1894-96. Address, Goshen, 
Ind.t 

DANIEL S. RICE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Attended 
Rush Med. Coll., 1894-96. Formerly at De Pere, 
Wis.; Surg, practice, Stevens Point, do. Address, 
Stevens Point, Wis.f 

RODOLPH H. RICE 

Oculist and Aurist; M.D.; F 8, 1869; s. John 
and Maria (O'Mara) Rice. Prepared in Wis. 
State Normal Sch., Oshkosh, Wis. World War, 
8 mos. Address, 909 Grand Ave., Milwaukee; 
bus. add., 114 Grand Ave., do. 

WILLIAM SYLVESTER ROYCE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Clin. Instr., 
Surg., Coll. of Med., 1896-98; Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Chicago. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 3240 
Lexington St., Chicago; bus. add., 2359 S. Kedzie 
Ave., do.t 

CHARLES EDWARD SAYRE 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. Mr 8, 1862, Madison, N. J.; 
s. George Edward and Ruth W. (Nicholas) Sayre. 
Prepared in Dist. Sch. Gen. Surg, practice. 
Mem., 2nd Presby. Church; Hamilton Club. 
Married, Ap 30, 1889. Child, Charles, b. Ja 3, 
1891. Address, 6438 Drexel Ave., Chicago; bus. 
add., Rm 1409, 29 E. Madison St., do. 

FRANK S. SCHINDLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 18, 1875, Menasha, 
Wis.; s. Andrew and Catherine (Hawley) Schlinder. 
Med. examiner. Local Bd. 42, Chicago, World War. 
Married Margaret Derrig, Je 22, 1904, Chicago. 
Children: Katherine, b. Mr 28, 1905; John A., 
b. F 25, 1905; Andrew L., b. My 30, 1913; Wm. 
Arthur, b. Mr 8, 1915. Address, 1306 MacAlester 
Place, Chicago; bus.add., 616 Blue Island Ave., do. 

FREDERICK ALOIS SEDLACEK 
Phy.sician; M.D.; b. S 26, 1865, Bohemia; s. 
Rudolph (b. F 17, 1834, Czechoslovak Republic, 
Bohemia) and Caroline Anna (Hucalovsky) Sed- 
lacek (b. Ap 20, 1844, do.). Prepared in Prague, 
Bohemia; Univ. of Prague, 1885-88; Univ. of 
Vienna, 1891-93. Phys., Tyndall, S. Dak., 1897- 
1908; Asst. to Dr. Charles C. Allison, Surg., St. 
Joseph's Hosp., Omaha, Neb., 1908-14; Phys., 
Omaha, Neb., 1908—. Mem. of Neb. State 
Prison Bd., 1914-19. Capt., Med. branch of 
Red Cross in Vladivostok, Siberia, Prague, Bohe- 
mia and Europe, 1919. Mem., Eighth District 
S. Dak. Med. Soc; S. Dak. State Med. Soc 
Married Anna Sedlacek, Ap 24, 1897, Chicago. 
Child, Zdenka Adolphine, b. Ja 19, 1903. Address, 
2509 S. 11th St., Omaha, Neb.; bus. add., 1270 S. 
13th St., do. 

♦EDMUND ALFRED SIZER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 31, 1871, Kankakee, 
111.; s. Edmund A. and Catherine (Senclair) Sizer. 
Prepared in Kankakee H. S. Gen. Med. practice. 
Married Agnes Clarke, Je 26, 1900, Bellingham, 
Wash. Children: Alice Catherine, b. S 16, 1906, 
Edmund Alfred Jr., b. S 9, 1909; Rodene, b. F 2; 
1916. Died N 16, 1921, Cosmopolis, Wash. 



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RODNEY D. SMITH 
(Brother of Thurston Smith, "99) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 3, 1869, Blooming- 
toa, Ind.; s. Addison C. (b. Mr 11, 1827, do.) and 
Everella (Hardosty) Smith (b. Ap 16, 1831, do.). 
Prepared in Prep. Sell., Bloomington Ind. A.B.. 
Eureka Coll., Eureka, III., 1891. Organizer, with 
A. G. Mizell, of the P. & S. Plexus. 1895. Editor- 
in-Chief and joint publisher, do., 1895-97 Located 
in Bloomington, Ind. Contract Surg., U. S. 
Army. Je 5, 1900-O 31. 1901; do.. My 15. 1902-Jl 

7. 1908; 1st Lt.. M. R. C, U. S. A., Jl 7, 1908-F 
16, 1909; Capt., do.. My 23, 1918-Ja 14, 1919; 
Maj., do.. My 16, 1919. Married Maude Tyler. 
O 14. 1897, Taylor^-ille, 111. Children: John Tyler, 
b. Ag 3, 1910; Robert Chase, b. Ja 22, 1913. Ad- 
dress, Bloomington. Ind. 

HARRY JOHN STEWART 
(Brother of Wellington T., '93) 

Physician: M.D.; b. N 22, 1874, Harriston, Ont.; 

8. William J. (b. Burford, Ont.) and Mary R. Stew- 
art (b. Harley, Ont.). Prepared in Allegan (Mich.) 
H. S.; Jenner Med. Coll., 1893-95. Grad. work 
in Europe, 11 months. Located in Chicago and 
Oak Park. Mem., 1st Congr. Church; Chicago 
Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Assn. Am. Ry. Surgs.; 111. 
State Med. Soc; Am. Coll. Surgs.; A. F. A. M.; 
Shrine; Oak Park Social Club; Oak Park Country 
Club. Married Ethel Blanche Stewart, Mr 1905, 
Chicago. Children: Jack Weaver, b. Ag 24, 1908 
(died O 21. 1910) and Jane. b. N 26. 1915. Address 
427 N. Oak Park Ave., Oak Park, 111.; bus. add., 
801 South Blvd.. do. 



GEORGE OSCAR SWITZER 
M.D.; b. Mr 8, 1854; s. George H. and Mary J. 
(WalldorfiO Switzer. M.D.. Bennett Med. Coll., 
1881. Mem.. A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; A. M. A. 
Alarried Anna B. Jensen, Ap 18, 1900, Ludington, 
Mich. Children: L. W., b. Ja 29, 1901; Lois O., 
b. Mr 27, 1903. Address, 127 N. James St., 
Ludington, Mich. 

RALPH C. TAYLOR 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 12, 1869. Milburn, 111.; 
s. D. B. and Josephine (Dodge) Taylor. Prepared 
in Jennings Sem., Aurora, 111., and Hillsdale Coll., 
Hillsdale, Mich. Married Irene S. Stewart. My 
23. 1900. Children: Glenn, b. 1904; Merrill, b. 
1908. Address, Lily Lake. 111. 

THEODORE THORDARSON 
Physician; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, Minhe- 
ota, Minn. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Minne- 
ota, Minn. 

CLARENCE L. TREADWELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Grand Rapids (Mich.) H. S. Clin. Instr., Nervous 
Diseases, Coll. of Med., 1898-99. Gen. Med. 
practice, Kilbourn, Wis.; later at Faith, S. Dak. 
Mem.. State Med. Soc. of Wis. Address, Faith, 
S. Dak.t 



♦CLARE W. VIRTUE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. A.B., Alle- 
ghany Coll.. 1894. Located in Akron, O., 1898- 
1900. Died S 28. 1900, Akron. O. 



HENRY WAHLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. At one time 
located in West Bend. Wis.; later at Marshfield, 
do.; Reno, Nev. Address, 2216 24th Ave., Oak- 
land, Calif.t 

EDMUND A. WALSH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 
Ft. Madison (la.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice. 
Springfield, 111. Address, 10314 S. 5th St., Spring- 
field, lU.t 

JOHN S. WEAVER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 18. 1872; s. Joseph L. 
(O 16, 1824, Fulton Co., N. Y.) and Nancy J. 
(Weller) Weaver (b. N. Y.). Prepared in Leaven- 
worth (Kan.) H. S.; Univ. of Kan., Univ. of Mich., 
and Columbia Univ., New York. Phi Gamma 
Delta. Located in Leavenworth, Kan., 1897-1902; 
Kansas City. Mo., 1902 — . 1st Lt., M. C. 
Spanish-Am. W^ar; (Ilapt., do.. World War; served 
in base Hosps. at Camp Travis, Tex. and Ft. Sam 
Houston, do.; overseas ser v.. Eye, Ear and Nose and 
Throat ward of Evacuation Hosp. 17, Vladivostok, 
Siberia, N 4, 1918-Ap.l, 1919. A. M. A.; Mo. 
State Med. Soc; Jackson Co. Med. Soc; Kansas 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Soc. Married Madge 
Schaum, N 14, 1906, Leavenworth, Kan. Address, 
904 East 43rd St., Kansas City, Mo.; bus. add., 
1311 Rialto Bldg., do. 

*WILLIAM HARRISON WELLS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Located in 
Paris, 111.; Monmouth, do.; later in Stronghurst, 
do. Mem., A. M. A. Died O 5, 1918, Galesburg 
Hosp., Galesburg, 111. 

ROSCOE A. WHIFFEN 
M.D.; b. My 19, 1872. Broadhead. Wis.; s. 
Isaac A. and Josephine (Robins) WhifTen. Pre- 
pared in Janseville (Wis.) H. S., 1891. Formerly 
located in Briggsville, Wis. Mem., Friendship 
lodge, 210, A. F. A. M.; M. E. Church. Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., Ag 1, 1918-F 1, 1919. Married 
Sophia J. Muehleisen, Je 28, 1899. Children: 
Josephine L., b. Je 3, 1904; Alice E., b. N 20, 1905; 
Robert A., b. My 3, 1914. Address. 155 S 8th 
St.. San Jose. Calif.; bus. add., 607 Garden City 
Bank Bldg.. do. 

WALTER W. WILLIAMS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., N. Y. Univ. 
Med. Coll., 1893. 

WILLIAM EDGAR WRAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 14, 1874; s. James 
G. (b. My 17, 1846) and Helen Jane Wray (b. 
Je 17, 1848). Prepared in Janesville (Wis.) H. 
S. Grad. Intern, Augustana Hosp., Chicago, 
1912-13. Located in Tomahawk, Wis., 1901-10; 
Campbell, Minn., 1912 — . Hosp. Steward, U. S. 
Army. 1898. Spanish-Am. War. Capt., and Maj.. 
M. C. U. S. A., O 1917-Mr 1919. Mem., Wis. 
State Med. Soc; Park Region -Med. Soc; Minn. 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married, Je 25, 1901, 
Bethlehem, Pa. Caildren: Dorothy Maria, b. O 
24. 1913; William Edgar, b. My 5, 1915. Address, 
Campbell, Minn. 

HENRY JACOB YOI.ST 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended 
New Orleans Sch. of Med., 2 yrs. Grad. of Straight 
Univ., New Orleans, La, 1894. Located at New- 
roads, La.; later Phys., Alexandria, do. Address, 
619 Lee St., Alexandria, La.t 



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CLASS OF 1898 (91 LIVING, 15 DEAD) 



VICTOR V. BACON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. M.D., Chi- 
cago Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1887. Formerly 
at 752 Jackson Blvd., Chicago; Gen. Med. practice, 
Spokane; Phys., Emergency Hosp., do. Address, 
1221 Monroe St., Spokane.t 

HENRY LESTER BAKER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 12, 1870; s. Ferdi- 
nand and Julia (Fitzsimmons) Baker. Prepared 
in Minn. Pub. Schs. Instr., Surg., Coll. of Med., 
1916-20; Assoc, do., 1920-; Mem., Staff of Univ. 
Hosp., 1915 — ; Med. Examiner, Exemption Bd., 
31, World War; M. R. C, U. S. A.; Pres., Coll. 
of Med. Alumni Assn., 1919. Married Theresa 
Macaulay, 1895, Chicago. Children: Eugene 
Lester, b. Ja 31, 1899; Henry Francis, b. Je 1, 
1911. Address, 3860 Lexington St., Chicago. 

WALTER S. BEBB 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 15, 1874, 111.; s. John 
S. (b. 1833, O.) and Anna E. Bebb (b. 1839, 
Mass.). Prepared in Rockford H. S. Located 
in Downers Grove, 111. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 
S 1917-F 1919. Parent-Teachers Assn., Downers 
Grove, (Pres., 1919-20). Married, 1902, Chicago. 
Children: Hubert Clarence, b. 1904; Douglas 
Edmund, b. 1907. Address, Downers Grove, 111. 

WILLIAM BELITZ 
(Brother of Alfred, '95) 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 17, 1863, Kiel, Wis.; 
s. Henry F. (b. Brandenburg, Ger.) and Helena 
(Schlichting) Belitz (b. Oldenburg, Ger.). Faculty 
medal, 1897. Phys., Cochrane, Wis., 1898. Mar- 
ried Magdalena Margeret Klavitter, Ap 6, 1916, 
Winona, Minn. Child, Elizabeth Rachel, b. Ja 
28, 1918. Address, Cochrane, Wis. 

JAMES M. BEVERIDGE 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 23, 1867, Somonauk, 
111.; s. John C. (b. F 3, 1826, Greenwich, N. Y.) 
and Mary A. (McCleery) Beveridge (b. Ja 22, 
1841, Gait, Ont. Can.). Prepared in Washington 
Acad., Washington, la.; A.B., Monmouth Coll., 
Monmouth, 111., 1893. Intern, Chicago Baptist 
Hosp., Je, 1898-Je, 1899; Phys., Buchingham, 111., 
Je, 1899-Ap, 1906; do., Oregon, 111., 1906—. 
Mem. of Local Exemption Bd. for Ogle Co. dur- 
ing World War. Auth: Survival of Superstition 
as found in the Practice of Medicine, III. Med. 
Jour., Vol. XXXI, 1917. Mem., Ogle Co. Med. 
Soc, 1907-10; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 
Tri-State Med. Soc; Med. Veterans of World War. 
Married Mary Hayes, D 28, 1899, Sheridan, 111. 
Children: Ralph H., b. Ja 11, 1904; Helen M., 
b. Ja 10, 1907. Address, Oregon, 111. 

M. ARISTA BINGLEY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1853. Attended 
Univ. of Kan. Med. Dept., 1888-89; 111. Med. 
Coll., Summer, 1896. Formerly located in Dallas, 
Tex. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 804 Milwaukee 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 1111 W. Chicago Ave., 
Chicago. t 

*DAVID A. T. BJORKMAN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
Swedish Gymnasium Sch.; Milwaukee Med. Coll., 
1894-96. Formerly located in Racine, Wis., 
later in Evanston, 111. Died O 14, 1903, at the 
Glockner Sanitarium, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

♦FREDERICK HAMILTON BLAYNEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 3, 1869, Kingston, O.; 
s. Henry G. and Caroline (Todd) Blayney. B.A., 
Washington and Jefferson Coll., Washington, Pa. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Nu Sigma Nu; Capt., Football 
Team; Honors in Greek. Formerly at 5947 W. 
Erie St., Chicago; Instr., Surg., Coll. of Med.; 
1902-08; Maj., M. C, 111. Nat. Guard, 15 yrs.; 
Capt. M. C, U. S. A., World War; with the 
A E F. 3 yrs. Mem., A. M. A.; Assn. Mil.-Surgs.; 



A. F. A. M.; K. P.; Presby, Church. Married 
Grace Beymer, Je 29, 1904, Corning, la. Children: 
Elizabeth, b. 1906; Frederick, b. 1909. Died 
Mr 4, 1921 at the Walter Reed Hosp., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

*DARWIN E. BROWN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Prepared in 

Milton Coll., Milton, Wis. Gen. Med. practice; 

formerly at 708 Thornburg St., Laramie, Wyo. 

Mem., A. M. A. Died N 28, 1911, Laramie, Wyo. 

WILLIAM FLOCKTON BROWNELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 2, 1874; s. William 
(b. 1832, London, Eng.) and Anna (Clark) Brownell 
(b. 1842, do.). Prepared in Waukon (la.) H. S.; 
Ames Agr. Coll., Ames, la. Bachelors Club. 
Located in New London, Wis., 189.8-1910; Cnicago, 
1910-13; Ft. Collins, Colo., 1914-20. Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., 1918. Mem., Presby. Church- 
Co. Med. Soc, (Pres., 1919); State Med. Soc' 
Credential Com., 1919-20. Married Lula R.' 
Raymond, D 9, 1904, New London, Wis. Child, 
Miriam Louise, b. F 8, 1907. Address, 1100 W. 
Oak St., Ft. Collins, Colo.; 6ms. add., 202 Colo. 
Bldg., do. 

JACOB BURSMA 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. A.B., State 
Univ. of la. Attended State Univ. of la.. Coll. 
of Med., 1895-97. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Specialist, Muskegon, Mich.; at one time located 
in Fessenden, N. Dak. Address, 59 Western Ave., 
Muskegon, Mich.f 

J. BAPTIST BUTTS 
Engineer; M.D.; b. S 18, 1850, Rensselaer Co., 
N. Y.; s. Anson and Anna M. (Stadler) Butts. 
Prepared in N. Y. Univ. and Trinity Med. Coll., 
Toronto, Ont., Can. Mem., I. O. O. F.; K. P. 
Married Christine Olson, F 29, 1904. Child,' 
Anna Leonora, b. Jl 19, 1905. Address, 6227 N. 
Nordica Ave., Chicago. 

EMERY MARCUS BYERS 
M.D.; b. Ap 16, 1872; s. John Marion (b. S 14, 

1850, Pa.) and Kate Elizabeth (Irish) Byers (b. 

Je 6, 18.53, Can.). Prepared in Genoa H. S. 

Class Off., 1898. Located in Belvidere, Buda, 

and Genoa, 111. Mem., De Kalb Co. Med. Soc; 

111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Marilla 

Jane Shannon, Jl 3, 1892, Belvidere, 111. Children: 

Hazel Fern, b. Je 19, 1894 (died D 18, 1894); 

Elvira Glen, b. My 26, 1896; Floyd Marion, b. 

Ja 11, 1900; Leslie C, b. Ja 25, 1902. Address, 

Genoa, 111. 

*LEO LOUIS CAHILL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Attended 

Univ. of Mich. Med. Sch., 1894-97. At one time 

located in Mendon, Mich.; Gen. Med. practice. 

Springer, N. M. Deceased. 

BERT MATHER CARR 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Prepared in 

Albion Coll.; Univ. of Mich. Med. Sch., 1893-97. 

Retired from practice. Address, Cedar Springs, 

Mich.J 

AMOS FOSTER CONARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Monti- 
cello H. S.t 

FRANK HOWARD CONNER 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 14, 1866, Oskaloosa, la.; 
s John Milton (b. O.) and Edith (Stanley) Conner 
(b do.). B.S., Penn. Coll., Oskaloosa, la., 1894. 
Scholarship to Coll. of Med., 1895. Grad. work, 
Harvard Univ., 1916. Phys., Nevada, la., 1898—. 
Mem. of Examining Bd. for recruits during World 
War. Mem., Nevada Twentieth Century Club, 
19Q0 — Married Jane Dutton, 1903, Cortland, 
N.Y. Child, John Dutton, b. Je 1909. Address, 
Nevada, la. 



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GEORGE E. COON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 20, 1870, Milton, Wis.; 
s George N. (b. Mr 28, 1S15, New York) and 
Melissa E. (Clarkf) Coon (b. Jl 4, 1838, do.). 
Prepared in Milton (Wis.) H. S.; Milton Coll.. 
do., 1888-1893. Philomathcan. Rockdale, Wis., 
1808-1900; Milton, do., 1900—; Health Officer, 
1902—; Trustee, Milton Coll., 1916—; do., S. D. 
B. Church, 1910—. Married Nettie Crandall, 
S 18, 1895, Milton Wis. Children: George Way- 
land b. My 1, 1898; Vera E. b. Ja 23. 1900. Ad- 
dress, Milton Junction, Wis. 

JOHN FRANCIS CORBIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 25, 18()9; Knox 
Co.. 111.; s. Edwin A. (b. Ap 29, 1845. Knox 
Co., 111.) and Lucinda (Beatty) Corbin (b. Mo.). 
Prepared in Knoxville H. S.; B.S., Knox Coll.. 
Galesburg, lU.; M.S., do. Phys., Galesburg, 111., 
1898 — . Mem., Y. M. C. A.; Soangaheta Club; 
City Club; Galesburg Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc.; A. M. A. Married Marian Corbin, O 11, 
1903. Child, Maxine Frances, b. Jl 17, 1905. 
Address, 135 W. Tompkins. Galesburg, 111.; bus. 
add., 216 Holmes Bldg., do. 

ALFRED CARENO CROFTON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 11, 1871. New York. 
Prepared in Ger. and French Schs. Asst. Prof., 
Clin. Diagnosis, Coll. of Med.. 1897-98; City 
Bacteriologist and Phys., Pasadena, Cal.. 1898- 
1900; Woodward Fellow, Physiolog. Chem., Univ. 
of Pa.. Philadelphia, 1900-02; Phys.. Chicago, 
1901—; Prof., Med., Post-Grad. Sch., Chicago; 
Patholog. to St. Lukes Hosp., do.; Phys. in Chief 
to St. Mark's Hosp.. do.; Phys. to St. Elizabeth's 
Hosp., do.; Gen. Staff of Michael Reese Hosp., do. 
Auth.: Clin. Urinology, A Treatise on the Urinary 
Aspect of Disease, 1907; Clinical Therapeutics, 
A Handbook on the Special Treatment of Internal 
Disease, 1912; Contributed articles on Urine and 
organotherapy; Wood's Reference Handbook of 
the Med. Scs.; Von Noorden Series (Clinical 
Treatises on the Pathology and Therapy of Dis- 
orders of Metabolism and Nutrition; Nothnagel's 
Encyclopedia of Practical Med.; Ueber eine 
chemische Methode Hypcrnephrome (Nebennier- 
en-Tumoren) der Niere von anderen Nieren- 
geschwulsten zu unterscheiden. Virchow's Archiv 
fur path. Anatomie, Vol. 169, 1902; Vorlaufige 
Mitteilung uber das diastatische Ferment der 
Nebennieren, Archit fur Physiologie, Vol. 90. 
1902; Zur Kenntnis des intermediaren Kreislaufs 
der Gallensauren, do.; Zur Kenntnis der Harn- 
saure-Umwandlung im Tier-und Menschen-korper. 
do.. Vol., 121, 1908; Ueber die Rolle des Dunn- 
darmes bei der Glykogen Bildung, do.. Vol., 126, 
1908; Simplified Methods of Blood Examination, 
their Practical Applicability to Gen. Diagnosis 
Jour. A. M. A., Vol. XXXII, 1899; Uric Acid 
Theories; a Critical Review with Some Original 
Investigations, do. and Brit. Phys., London, Vol 
1, 1900; The Role of the Alloxuric Bases in the 
Production of the Cardio-Vascular Changes of 
Nephritis. Am. Jour. Med. Sc. , Philadelphia, Vol 
CXX, 1900; Arthritism and Tuberculosis, Jour 
Tbc., .\shevUle, Vol. 11, do.; Iodine Used Hvpo- 
dermically in the Treatment of Pulmonary Tuber- 
culosis. Jour. A. M. A., Vol. XXXV, do.; The 
Oxygen Treatment of So-Called Uric Acid Lesions, 
Internal. Med. Mag., N. Y.. Vol. X. 1901; Some 
Experiments on the Intermediary Circulation of 
the Bile Acids; A Contribution to our Knowledge 
^V^^fr'^J^*' "*'"■ '^^"'■- ■^^^'^- '^'«' Philadelphia, Vol. 
CXXIII, 1902; other articles in the Philadelphia 
Med. Jour., Translations of Philadelphia Pathol 
Soc. Detroit Med., .W. Y. Med. Record, Translations 
of Chicago Path. Soc, III. Med. Jour , Med 
Fortnightly, Therap. Gaz., Cleveland Med. Jour . 
A. Y. Archices of Diagnosis, N. Y. Med. Jour., 
Lancet Clintc, Surg. Gynecol, and Obstetrics and 
Interilale Med. Jour. Mem.. A. M. A.; III. State 
Med. Soc.; Chicago Med. Soc; Chicago Soc. of 
Internal Med. ; Phys. Club; Cfticago Neurolog. Soc; 
Chicago Patholog. Spc; Ger. Med. Soc; Miss 



Valley Med. Soc. Married Elizabeth Pallister 
Hubbard. F 9, 1900, Pasadena, Cal. Children: 
Elizabeth Greer, b. D 18, 1902; Arine Hubbard, 
b. Ag 9, 1905. Address, 1440 N. Dearborn St., 
Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Washington St.. do. 

IRA HUGH DILLON 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 15, 1873, Unionvillc, Mo.; 
s. Elbert S. and Eliza J. (Wvckoff) Dillon. Gen. 
Med. practice. Auburn, Neb., 1898-1917; Health 
Commissioner, State of Neb., O 1. 1919 — . Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A.. Ag 1017-Ap 1918; Maj., Ap 1918- 
19. Married Annie M. Lynch, Je 6, 1896. Chil- 
dren: Elma. b. 1898; Mary, b. 1911. Address, 
3650 X St.. Lincoln. Neb.; 6ms. add.. Room 406 
State Capitol, do. 

ALOY'SIUS N. J. DOLAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 6, 1871, Morris, 111.; 
s. James and Julia (Fitzsimmons) Dolan. A.B., 
St. Marys, Kan., 1893; A.M., St. Ignatius, Chicago, 
1895. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago, 1898-1912; 
Great Falls, Mont., 1912—. Capt., M. C, U. 
S. A., Je-D 1918. Married Georgiana Sexton, 
O 10, 1900, Chicago. Child. Marie Julia, b. D 
29, 1901. Address, Room 80, Stanton Bank Bldg.. 
Great Falls, Mont. 

WILLIAM TURPIN DOWDALL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 18, 1872, Peoria; 
s. William T. and Delle (Mason) Dowdall. Pre- 
pared in Wabash Coll. D.P., Chicago Sch. of 
Psychology. Beta Theta Pi. Phys. and Surg., 
Illinois Central R. R. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 
Mr 1918-S 1919; Maj., M. R. C. Mem., Presby. 
Church; A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F. Address, 111. 
Central Hosp., Paducah, Ky. 

ROBERT EMMERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Prepared in 
Ealing Deanery, Middle Class Collegiate Sch., 
Middlesex, Eng.; Jenner Med. Coll., 1894-97. 
Formerly of Los Angeles. J 

FRANCIS SEBASTIAN FEENEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Attended N- 
W. Univ. Med. Sch., 1894-97. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice; formerly of Rochester, Minn. Address, New 
Hampton, la.f 



BARTHOLOMEW F. FLANAGAN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Jl 17, 1870, Richmond, Ind. ; 
s. Patrick and Margaret (Duggan) Flanagan. 
Local Surg., Ill Central R. R. Capt., M C., M. 
R C U S A., World War. Married Kath- 
rynn O'Connor, S 10, 1902, Springfield, 111. Ad- 
dress, 436 E. 49th St., Chicago; bus. add., 6253 
Dorchester Ave., do. 

GEOFFREY JOSEPH FLEMING 
M.D.; b. Je 1, 1873, Chicago; s. James and 
A.lice (Sheridan) Fleming. Prepared in St. Mary's 
Coll .Kan. Instr., Med , Coll. of Med.. 1898-1900. 
Married Harriett L. Sonn, Jl 23. 1902 Chicago. 
Child, Frances, b. Ag 18, 1905. Address, 612 N. 
Euclid Ave., Ontario. Calif.; bus. add., Calif., 
Theater Bldg.. do. 

MARCUS SAMUEL FLETCHER 
(Uncle of Charles Harrison Fletcher, '13, L.L.B. 
and Cassius Fletcher, '14. B.S. in C.E.) 
Physician; M.D.; B.S..1899; b. F17, 1869 Ridge- 
farm 111 • s Henry (b. O 28, 1839, do.) and Mahala 
Fletcher '(b. O 15. 1842 Georgetown 111.). Pre- 
pared in Ridgefarm H. S. and Univ. of Pa Philo- 
matean Lit. Soc; John Amhurst Surg. Soc ; Phi 
Rho Siema; Football Team. Located in Ridge- 
farm 111 1898-1902; Danville, do., 1902-05; 
Georgetown, 190,5-- Vermilion Co. Health Off., 
1902-04 1st Lt., M. O. R. C. U. S. A.. Jl 26, 
1917-Ja 'i 1918. Mem., Vermilion Co. Med. Soc. 
1900 111 State Med. Soc, 1902; St. Med. Assn.; 
A. M. A.: Friend's Church. Married Jessie Baum 



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Fletcher, Ag. 5, 1897, Newport, Ind. Child, Mil- 
died, b. Ap. 8 1900. Address, First Nat. Bank 
Bldg., Georgetown, 111. 

WARD REDFIELD FORD 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., N. W. Univ. Sch. 

of Pharm., 1890; M.D., N. W. Univ. Med. Sch., 

1892. At one time located at Sugar Grove, Ark.t 

AMANDUS U. FUSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 4, 1869, Kan.; s. Charles 
E. and Mary (Gersbacher) Fuson. Prepared in 
Baker Univ., Kan. Phi Rho Sigma, (Sec. and 
Pres. Beta Chapter; Treas. of First Grand Chap.). 
Sec. of Ex. Com., Class of '98. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°; B. P. O. E.; I. 
O. O. F. Married May A. Telfer, Ag 13, 1910. 
Children: Mary Jane, b. Je 26, 1911; Charles E. 
and William T. (twins'), b. Ja 4, 1914. Address, 
3966 26th St., San Francisco; bus. add., 2580 
Mission St., do. 

SAMUEL CARSON GARBER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Mt. Morris 
Coll., 1893. Sr. Faculty Medal, 1898. 

HENRY BERNARD GRAESER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Attended 
State Univ. of la. Coll. of Med., 1895-97. At one 
time located at Des Moines, la.; later at Kensett, 
do.. Gen. Med. practice. El Centro, Calif. Ad- 
dress, El Centro, Calif.f 

HUGH MARTIN HALL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 4, 1872, Union, 
Mich.; s. O. J. (b. D 26, 1844, Union, Mich.) 
and Mary May (Sullivan) Hall (b. My 29, 1850). 
Prepared in Bristol (Ind.) H. S. Phys., in Mil- 
lersburg, Ind., 1898-1907; Camden, Ind., 1907- 
13; New Carlisle, Ind., 1913—. Contract Surg., 
Interlaken S. A. T. C; Rolling Prairie, Ind., O-N 
1918. Mem., 10th Dist. Ind. Med. Soc. (Pres. 
1910); 13th Dist. Ind. Med. Soc. (V. P., 1918); 
St. Joseph Co. Med. Soc. (V. P., 1918). Married 
Katherine Hall, Ap 2, 1918, Crown Point, Ind. 
Address, New Carlisle, Ind. 

THOMAS J. HAMBLEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 1, 1863, Eng.; s. Richard 
and Jane (Jose) Hamblcy. B.S., Wesleyan Univ., 
Middletown, Conn., 1895. Married Elizabeth 
Jewell, S 20, 1900, Iron Mountain, Mich. Chil- 
dren: Mary, b. S 14, 1901; Richard, b. Mr 14. 1904; 
Jane, b. Je 15, 1908. Address, Hurley, Wis. 



EUNICE BERTHA HAMILL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in 
Belle Plaine (la.) H. S.; Womans Med. Coll., 
1895-97. Pharm., la.; formerly located in Guth- 
rie, Okla. ; retired. Address, 4006 Hyde Park Ave., 
Kansas City, Mo.t 

WILLIAM E. HART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Prepared in 
Andingley Coll., Sussex, Eng. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. West Frankfort, 111.; Coal City, do. Address, 
445 W. William St., Decatur, Ill.t 

♦GEORGE B. M. HILL 
M.D.; b. Mr 4, 1865, Tama, la.; s. Beecher and 
Rachel (Elice) Hill. Teachers Certificate, Tama 
(la.) H. S. Located in Paris, 111. Mem., Chris- 
tian Church; A. F. A. M. Married Jennie C. 
McKee, S 24, 1891. Children: Roger M., b. D 11, 
1895; H. Davidson, b. N 11, 1897. Deceased. 

HERMAN CORWIN HOMER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 27, 1869; s. Harlan P, 
(b. 1836,NewYork) and Glorvina (Corwin) Homer 
(b. New York). Prepared in Tobin College; Har- 
vey Bus. Coll., Waterloo, la.; Highland Park 
Normal, Des Moines, la. Chicago Post-Grad. 



Med. Sch.; 111. Sch. of Electro-Therapeutics; Chi- 
cago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Cool.; Mary 
Thompson Hosp., 1900. Located at Horton, la., 
1898-1900; Oskaloopa, la., 1901-07; Greybull,Wyo., 
1907—10; Cheyenne Wells, Colo., 1912-. District 
Examiner W. S. P. H. S., 1919-20. Married Faye 
Gahagen, My 25, 1915, Cheyenne Wells, Colo. 
Children: Harry Harlan, b. D 15, 1916; Herman 
Corwin, b. Je 21, 1919. Address, Cheyenne Wells, 
Colo. 

MARTIN L. HOOPER 

M.D.; b. My 11, 1868, la. Prepared in Coll. of 
Phys. and Surg., Keokuk, la., 1891. 1st Lt., M. 
C, World War. Address, Indianola, la. 

JOHN HENRY HOVENDEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Attended 
State Univ. of la., Coll. of Med., 1895-97. For- 
merly of Wall Lake, la. Address, Laurens, la.t 

ERNEST ALEXANDER HUNT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; B.S. in E.E., 1895; b. 
D 7, 1875, Urbana. s. Joseph Everett and Ruth 
(Alexander) Hunt (b. N.Y.). Prepared in H. S. 
Phi Rho Sigma; Engng. vSoc; Sr. Baseball Team. 
Formerly Oculist, Burlington, la.; Eye, Ear, Nose 
and Throat Specialist, Waterloo, la. Mem., Ky. 
State Med. Assn.; Marshall Co. Med. Soc, 1898- 
1908; Austin Flint Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Blackhaw 
Co. Med. Soc; Waterloo City Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Adelyn Kimball, Je 14, 1909, LaMoille, III. 
Children: Dorothy K., b. Ag 16, 1901; Robert 
Everett, b. D 28, 1910. Address, 319 Jackson 
St., Oshkosh, Wis.; 6ms. add.. Commercial Nat. 
Bank Bldg., rfo.f 

*CHARLES ELLSWORTH HUSK 
M.D.; b. 1874. Gen. Med. practice in Santa 
Barbara, Chihuahua, Mex.; also in Shabbona, 111. 
Mem., of Mt. Sinai Hosp. expedition for the in- 
vestigation of Typhus Fever; contracted the disease 
at Nuevo Laredo., and died Mr 20, 1916, Laredo, 
Tex. 

CHARLES STUART HUTCHISON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 8, 1874, Ames, la.; 
s. James and Jean (Love) Hutchison. Prepared 
in Ames (la.) H. S. B.S., la Agr. Coll.; M S., la. 
State Coll. Phi Rho Sigma. Gen. Med. and 
practice. Mem., M. E. Church; A. F. A. M. 
Married Myrtle Stamp, Ag. 27, 1900. Child, 
Elizabeth, b. Ag. 4, 1905. Address, 501 S. Gram- 
ercy PI., Los Angeles. 

WENTWORTH LEE IRWIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. M.D., Topeka 
Med. Coll., 1897. Gen. Med. practice, Plymouth, 
111. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Plymouth, Ill.t 



SIMEON RYERSON JOHNSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 12, 1874. Steuben, Me.; 
s. Chas. Warren (b. My 17, 1847, Swatow, China) 
and Allie (Ryerson) Johnson (b. D 28, 1847, 
Lubec, Me.). Prepared in Litchfield H. S.; De- 
Pauw Univ., 1891-93 and 1894-95; Cornell Univ., 
1893-94. B.S., DePauw Univ., 1898. Delta Up- 
silon. Scholarship, Coll. of Med.. 189.5-96; Glee 
Club. Intern, Chicago Hosp., 1898-99. Gen. 
Med. practice, Divernon, 111., 1899 — . Married 
EfEe May Potts, N 14, 1900, East St. Louis, 111. 
Children: Walter Ryerson, b. O 19, 1901; Ade- 
laide Lumina, b. Ap 15, 1904; Marion Allen, b. Jt 
22, 1906; Warren Stickney, b. Je 23, 1910. Ad- 
dress, Divernon, 111. 

FELIX KALACINSKI 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 
Konigliche, Gymnasium Zu Wongrowitz, 1888. 
Gen. Med. practice, Chicago. Asst. Pathol., Coll. 
of Med., 1898-1900. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
1034 N. Robey St., Chicago.f 



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OLIVER P. KEMP 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 20. 1803, Greentown, 
Ind.; s. D. J. (b. Jl 7. 1835, Zanesville, O.) and 
Nancy (Stanley') Kemp (b. Mr 4, 1838, Economy, 
Ind.). B.S. and C.E., Lebanon Univ., Lebanon, 
O., 1891. Professional Study in office of G. B. 
Scott, Greentown, Ind. Gen. Med. practice; 
Greentown and Kokomo, Ind.; Chem. Engr., 
Standard Oil Co., 3 vrs. Mem., Co. Med. Soc. 
(Ex-Pres.l; K. P.; A. F. A. M.; Yoemen of Am. 
Married Laura V. Vanderbook, Je 2, 1886, Kokomo, 
Ind. Child. Julia I., b. Mr 3, 1900. Addrtss, 
74 W. Taylor St., Kokomo, Ind. 

CLARENCE BRUCE KING 
Phys. and Surp.; M.D.; b. Mr .5, 1873. Miami 
Co.. Ind.; s. Riley G. and Mary A. (Burke) King. 
Prepared in South Side Acad.; Univ. of Chicago. 
Phi Rho Sigma. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, 
Chicago; Asst. Prof.. Neurol.. Coll. of Med., 1900- 
02; Adjunct Prof., do., 1902-06; Adjunct Prof., 
Neurol, and Psychiatry, do., 1906-10. Capt., M. 
C, U. S. A., O 1918-jri919. Married Estella M. 
Stiles, S 1893. Chicago. Children: Marcus R., 
b. Ja 12, 1903; Elizabeth N., b. F 17, 1914. Ad- 
dress. 3944 Jackson Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 
4100 W. Madison St., do. 

BENJAMIN F. KIRKLAND 
M.D.; b. F 19, 1870, Philadelphia; s. Margaret 
(Fox) Kirkland. Prepared in Urbana (la.) H. S. 
and Iowa State Univ. Married Dora A. Corbett, 
189S. Vinton. la. Children: Ruth, b. S 28, 1899; 
Helen, b. F 6. 1903; Irene, b. Jl 1, 1907. Address, 
Long Beach, Calif. 

CHARLES ALBERT KITTREDGE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 26. 1872. Beacon-on- 
Hudson. N.Y.; s. Charles M. and Marcella E. 
(Conant) Kittredge. Prepared at De Gamo In- 
stitut«, Fishkill-on-Hudson and Andover Phillips 
Acad.. 1891. Phys., in charge of Sanitarium. 
Mem., M. E. Church. Married Laura Burlingame, 
S IS, 1901. Children: Charles March, b. Mr 11, 
1903; Harriett Louise, b. Mr 19, 190.5. Address, 
40 Ferry St., Beacon-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

EUGENE COLBURN KNIGHT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Prepared by 
p^■t. instruction. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago. 
Mem.. A. M. A. Address, 1711 Ridge Ave.. 
Evanston. 111.; bus. add., 25 E. Washington St., 
Chicago.t 

• ARVID ERNEST KOHLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 10, 1873, Moline, 
111. Prepared in Moline H. S. and Augustana 
Coll. Xu Sigma Nu; Fullback Football, 189.5-97. 
Army Serv.. Ag 1. 1917 to Mv 9, 1919, World War. 
Married Hazel Dorothea Giles. S 1.5, 1917. Ad- 
dress, 1104 25th Ave., Moline, 111.; bus. add., 51214 
15th St., do. 

FRANK B. LUCAS 
Surg.; M.D.; b. N .30. 1867, Peoria; s. George 
L. and Hanna (Ringland) Lucas. Prepared in 
Grinnell da) Coll. Surg., Fruit Growers Supply 
Co., Hilta, Calif. Mem., A. F. A. M., K. T., 
Shrine; R. A. M.; A. M. A.; Calif. State Med. 
Soc.; Siskiyou Co. Med. Soc. Married Mabel 
Lee Bright. Ap 19. 1909, Everett, Wash. Addre.is, 
Hilts. Calif. 

*ELIZA A, LYON 
Pbys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 18.55. Ph.G.; M.D., 
Hahnemann Med. Coll., 1880. Deceased. 

MATTHEW E. McMANES 
Pbys. and Surg ; M D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Gallon (O.) H. S. Attended Snarling Med. Coll., 
189.5-97. Gen. Med. practice. Piqua, O. Address 
524 Park Ave., Piqua, 0.;bus. add.. Ash and Wayne 
Sta., do.f 



THOMAS ULYSSES McMANUS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 7. 1872. Hudson. la.; 
s. Thomas P. (b. Ind.) and Sarah (Rupp) McManus 
(b. 111.). Prepared in la. State Teachers Coll., 
1888-93. A.B., Des Moines Coll.. 1895; A.M., 
do., 1898. Grad. work, N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. 
Sch., 1903-06; Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Coll., 1909-10. Phys., Waterloo, la., 1898—. 
Mem., la. State Bd. of Health. 1909-13; Mem., of 
la. State Bd. of Med. Examiners, do. (Pros. 1912- 
13). Mem., Waterloo Med. Soc. (Pres., 1906-07, 
1917-18); Black Hawk Co. Med. Soc. (Pres. 1904-5) 
Austin Flint Cedar Valley Med. Soc. (Pres., 1915- 
16) la. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Mae 
Loonan. Ag 23, 1898, Hudson, la. Child, Thomas 
L., b. My 23, 1899. Address, 103 Independence 
Ave., Waterloo, la.; bus. add., 522 Black Bldg., do. 

♦ANDREW BAXTER MILLER 
Gynecologist; M.D.; b. 1872. Prof., Clin. Gyn- 
ecol., Coll. of Med. Mem., A. M. A. Died 
suddenly, O 19, 1917, Chicago. 

PATRICK ROBERT MINAHAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
State Norm. Sch., 0.shkosh, Wis.; Coll. of Phys. 
and Surgs., Keokuk, 1894-97. Surg, practice, 
Fond du Lac, Wis.; formerly of Algdtaa, do. Mem. 
A. M. A. Address, 86 S. Main St.. Fond du Lac, 
Wis.t 

*JOHN ARTHUR MUTCHLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. B.S., Upper la. Univ., 
1895. Deceased. 

JOHN STEPHEN NAGEL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja f>, 1874. Revnolds, Ind.; 
s. Stephen (b. Mv 29, 1857. Ger.) and Amelia 
(Krinning) Nagel ("b. Ja 25, 18.59. do.). Prepared 
in Monticello (Ind.) H. S. and Valparaiso Univ., 
1892-94. Phi Rho Sigma. Clin. Instr.. Surg., 
Coll. of Med., 1S98-19C)4. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. 
A., 1900-01; Maj., M. C. HI. Nat. Guard. Mem., 
Chicago Med. Soc. (Pres., 1920-21). Married 
Mr 7, 1912, N. Y. Children: John Stephen, Jr., 
b. Je 5, 1913; William R., b. Mr 13, 1917. Address, 
124 N. Menard Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. 
Washington St., do. 

JAMES M. NEFF 

M.D.; b. F 22, 1875. Freeport, 111.; s. John W. 
and Mary T. (Mitchell) Neff. Prepared in Salt 
Lake City H. S., and Armour Institute, Chicago. 
Nu Sigma Nu; Scholarship, Coll. of Med. Ad- 
junct Prof., Practice of Med., Coll. of Med., 
1898-1902. Lt. Col., R. A. M. C, B. E. F., Je 
191.5-1916. Auth.: Mil. Surg., 1917; Bone Surg., 
1920; Biliary Surg., 1920. Married Je.ssie Upson, 
D 6, 1920, Louisville, Ky. Address, 5438 Wood- 
lawn Ave., Chicago. 

GEORGE F. NEWHALL 
Phys. and Surg.; b. Mr 6, 1860, Chicago; a. 
August and Caroline (Gabler) Newhall. Pre- 
pared in Glencoe H. S. Married Emma Areola. 
Ja 20. 1901. Children: Eleanor Evelyn, b. D 14, 
1902; Myrtle A., b. F 26, 1904. Address, Center 
and A.shland Sts., Des Plaines, 111. 

TIMOTHY V. OVERTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in 
Gilbert Acad., Baldwin. La.; Rush Med. Coll., 
189.5-97. Gen. Med. nractice, Hou.ston. Tex. Ad- 
dress, 1210 Edwards St., Houston, Tex.t 

ADDISON CAREY PAGE 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 3, 1874, la.; s. Homer 
R. and Harriet E. (Frisbie) Page. A.B., Des 
Moines Coll., 1895. Intern, Cook Co. Hosp. 
Phi Rho Sigma. Gen. Med. practice, Des Moines, 
1902—: Instr,, Pathol., Coll. of Med., 1898-1900. 
Cbm., local advisory Bd.; Contract Surg., 3 mo8., 



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World War. Married Emma Harvison, D 1911. 
Children: Harriet, b. 1912; Addison, b. 1914. Ad- 
dress, Bankers Trust Bldg., Des Moines. 

OTTO H. PAGELSEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 17", 1870; s. Charles 
and Ernestine (Kant) Pagelsen. Prepared in 
Mich. State Agr. Coll. Gen. Med. practice, la. 
Falls, la. Adjunct Prof., Microscopical and Chem. 
Diag., Coll. of Med., 1898-1900. Mem., Epsi. 
Church; A. F. A. M.; K. P.; I. O. O. F. Married 
1904. Two children: One b. 1907; Eleanor, b. 
1915. Address, 712 Washington Ave., la. Falls, 
la. 

WILLIAM ROBERT PENNINGTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1858. M.D., Ens- 
worth Med. Coll., 1882. Formerly of Seattle, 
Kan.; Gen. Med. practice, Ottawa, Kan. Address, 
Ottawa, Kan.J 

WILLIAM PETERSMEYER 
M.D.; b. 1875. Address, Ashton, 111. 



JENNY LIND PHILLIPS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Prepared in 
Galva H. S.; Womans Med. Coll., 3 yrs.; Knox 
Coll., Galesburg, 3 yrs. Address, 501 60th St., 
Chicago.! 

STEPHEN ROMAN PIETROWICZ 
Professor; M.D.; b. Ag 26, 1873, Posen, Poland; 
s. Wincent Stanislana Molinsk Pietrowiez. Pre- 
pared in Gymnasium Sch., Posen, Poland. A.B., 
St. Stanislaus Coll., 1910. Assoc, Med., Coll. of 
Med., 1918-20; Prof, of Med., Loyola Univ., 1920. 
Autb.: 20 articlesin Med. Mag. Married Katbrine 
Driscoll, O 2, 1901, Chicago. Children: Mary, b. 
S 2, 1902; Stephen Jr., b. Mr 3, 1903; Francis, b. 
Ap 10, 1908; Ambrose, b. S 10, 1910. Address, 
3733 Sheridan Rd., Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Wash- 
ington St., do. 

FRED D. PRATZ 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; A.B., Eureka Coll., 
1894; b. 1870. Gen. Med. practice, Moweaqua, 
111.; formerly at Holly, Colo. Mem., A. M. A.; 
Colo. State Med. Soc. Address, Moweaqua, IlLf 

CHARLES PARIS PROUDFOOT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended 
Simpson Coll., Indianola, la., 3 yrs.; N. W. Univ. 
Med. Sch., 1896-96; Univ. of la., 1896-97. Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist; formerly at 
Liberty, Neb. Capt., M. C., Oto-Laryngol. Sec- 
tion, Base Hosp., Camp Kearney, 1918-19. Mem., 
A. M. A.; Neb. State Med. Assn. Address, San 
Luis Obispo, Calif.f 

WILLIAM ABRAHAM PURINGTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Prepared in 
Kenduskeag (Me.) H. S.; Me. Central Institute, 
Pittsfield, Me.; Jenner Med. Coll., 1894-95. Gen. 
Med. practice, Foxcroft, Me.; formerly at Sanger- 
ville, do. Mem., Vol. Med. Serv. Corps., Council 
of Nat. Defense, 1918-19. Address, Foxcroft, Me. 

HENRY COURTLAND ROGERS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 

Monticello (la.) H. S.; State Univ. of la.. Coll. of 

Med., 1895-97. Gen. Med. practice, Primghar, 

la. Address, Primghar, la.t 

*ROY A. ROSZELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Certificate, 
la. Coll. Gen. Med. practice; formerly at Clarks- 
ville, la.; later at Seattle. Deceased. 

GEORGE RUBIN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 1, 1876, Rus.; s. Mayer 
(b. 1853, Rus.) and Hannah Miriam (Klawans) 
Rubin. Prepared in Pub. and Pvt. Schs. Grad. 



work in Paris, 1899-1900; Berlin, 1900-01. Phys., 
Chicago, 1898-1915; Internal Med., do., 1915—; 
Instr., Gynecol., Coll. of Med., 1902-04; Original 
Research Dept., Rush Med. Coll., 1904-07; At- 
tending Phys., Mount Sinai Hosp. Capt., M. C, 
U. S. A., Je 15, 1917^D 17, 1918; Active duty. 
Base Hosp., Camp Zacbary Taylor, Ky.; Asst. 
Chief, Internal Med., Mr 31, 1918-D 17, 1918. 
Auth.: Letters from Paris and Berlin, Doctors Mag. 
and P. &. S. Plexus, 1900-01; A New Urethrotome, 
N. Y. Med. News, 1903; Massage and Gymnastics 
in Gynecology, Chicago Med. Recorder, 1904; 
Influence of Alcohol, Ether and Chloroform on 
Natural Immunity, Jour, of Infectious Diseases, 
1904; Pneumonia — A Comparative Study among 
the Nurses at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., Read 
before Chicago Med. Soc, 1919; A Chief Predis- 
posing Cause of Appendicitis, Jour. A. M. A., 
1907; Placental Blood for Transfusion, N. Y. Med. 
News, 1914; Raynauds Disease, An unusual Local- 
ization, do., 1918; Congenital Absence of Patellae 
in Three Members of Same Family, Jour. A. M. 
A., 1917. Mem., Internat. Med. Congress, Paris, 
1900; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; Iroquois Club; Chicago Army and Navy 
Club, Chicago; Hyde Park Post of the Am. Legion 
(formerly Alliance Francaise) ; Am. Officers of the 
Great War. Married Erma Weill, D 19, 1911. 
Children: Leonard George, b. Mr 11, 1914; Miriam 
Josephine, b. Je 13, 1915. Addre.'is, 4923 Michigan 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Washington St., do. 

PAUL S. SCHOLES 
Specialist; M.D.; b. N 21, 1870; s. Benjamin 
and Lucinda (Denver) Scholes. A.B., Knox Coll., 
Galesburg, 111., 1895; A.M., do., 1898. Specialist, 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases. 1st Lt., 
M. C, U. S. A., Ag 1918-Ag 1919. Married Ber- 
tha A. Chapman, O 15, 1902, Canton, 111. Address, 
372 W. Chestnut, Canton, 111.; bus. add., 74 N. 
Main St., do. 

HENRY G. SCHUESSLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Concor- 
dia Coll., Ft. Wayne, Ind. Gen. Med. practice, 
Joliet, 111. Address, 200 E. Jefferson St., Joliet, 
Ill.t 

FRANZ F. H. SCHULDT ^ 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Ger. Gvm- 
nasium Sch. M.D., Harvey Med. Sch., 1896. 

WESLEY MORLEY SHERIN 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 15, 1875; s. Samuel (b. 
1847, Canada) and Susan (Naylor) Sherin (b. 
1849, Ireland). Prepared in H. S.; Univ. of Minn., 
1894-97. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, Chicago 
1898 — . Mem., Hamilton Club, Chicago. Mar- 
ried Jeanne MacArthur, N 28, 1891. Child, Betsey 
Jeanne, b. F 22, 1916. Address, 5336 Mich. A\-e., 
Chicago; bus. add., 31 N. State St., Suite 1010, do. 

AUSTIN ULYSSES SIMPSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. B.S., Black- 
burn Univ., Carlinville, 111., 1895. M. R. C, 
U. S. A. Mem., A. M. A. Address. 618 36th 
Ave., Seattle; bus. add., Public Safety Bldg., do.1 

CHARLES EDWARD SIMPSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 12, 1873, Iowa Falls, la.; 
s. Robert D. (b. Je 6, 1828, N. C.) and Malinda 
(Graham) Simpson (b. Ind.). Prepared in la. 
Falls H. S. and Univ. of la., 1895-97. Gen. Med. 
and Surg, practice, Norway, la., 1898 — ■. 1st Lt., 
M. C, U. S. A., Hosp. Train 3, Newport News, Va., 
S 24, 1918-Je 25, 1919. Married, S 15, 1903, 
Zaneta, la. Children: Pauline Francis, b. 1904; 
Wilma Kathryn, b. 1905; Ferris Robert, b. 1909. 
Address, Norway, la. 

DANIEL GILMORE SIMPSON 

Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 23, 1871, Grove City, 

Pa.; s. James (b. 1823, Mercer, Pa.) and Nancy A. 

(Gilmore) Simpson (b. 1833, Grove City, Pa.). 



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Prepared in Univ. of Mo. A.B., Grove City Coll., 
1894; A.M.. do., 1S9S. O. Nat. Guard. 1899-1904. 
Mem.. Trumbull Med. Soc. (Pres.); Trumbull 
Countrv Club; Vestry. Christ Episcopal Church. 
Married Luella Couzett. Ag 7. 1901. Warren. O. 
Address, 32S Mahoning Ave.. Warren. O.; bus. 
add., 302 Western Reserve Bldg.. do. 

JOHN H. SLATER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S65. 111. Med. Coll.. 
1893. Gen. Med. practice, Los Angeles; formerly 
of Deer Park. Wash. Address. 2657 W. 9th St.. 
Los Angeles; bus. add., 357 S. HiU St., do.t 

EMMANUEL F. SNYDACKER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S70. B.A., Yale 

Univ., 1S92. Special work in Embryol., Univ. of 

Chicago; N. W. Univ. Med. Sch.. 1890-97. Mem.. 

A. M. A. Address, 30 N. Michigan Ave.. Chicago.t 

GEORGE H. SOLLENBARGER 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 16, 1870; s. David 
(b. F 4, 1S26. Bedford Co., Pa.) and Margaret 
(Allenl SoUenbarger (b. O 24, 1831). Prepared 
in Corydon (la.) H. S.; la. State Univ., 1895-97. 
Grad. work in Jefferson Med. CoU., 1902-03. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 1918-19. Married Blanche 
Teegarden. 1901, Corydon, la. Children: Floris, 
b. Ja 13, 1903; Eugene, b. Ap 16, 1913. Address, 
Corydon, la. 

HARRY RANDOLPH SPICKERMON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 3, 1874; s. Henry (b. 
Schlesvrig. Holstein. Ger.) and Hannah J. (Dearth) 
Spickermon. Prepared in 111. State Norm. Sch. 
Nu Sigma Nu. Football, 1894-97. Married D 
24, 1900, Peoria, 111. Address, Muncie, Ind. 



♦WILLIAM H. STAYNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1860. Instr., Clin. 
Gynecol., Coll. of Med., 1900-02. Died D 3, 1902, 
Chicago. 

WILLIAM J. STEELE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 22, 1867, Newton, III; 
s. Robert and Jane (Forsyth) Steele. B.S., Mc- 
Kendree Coll., 1894. Married Ora McArthur. 
Child, Jane Steele, b. 1902. Address, Baldwin, 
N. Y. 

BAYARD TAYLOR STEVENSON 
M.D.; b. D 7, 1872, Rising Sun, Ind.; s. George 
and Margaret Stevenson. Prepared in Rising 
Sun, (Ind.) H. S.; Hasp. Coll. of Med., Louisville, 
Ky., 189.5-96. Married Isabelle Bowker, Je 23, 
1904. Children: Margaret, b. Jl 16, 1910; Isa- 
belle Bowker, Je 23, 1904. Children: Margaret, 
b. Jl 16, 1910; IsabeUe, b. 1915. Address, 166 
154th St.. Harvey, 111. 



*CARL DOWNER STONE 
M.D.; b. 1872. Attended Rush Med. Coll., 
189:j-96. Located in Chicago. Died Jl 18, 1907, 
Michael Reese Hosp., Chicago. 

WILLIAM TRUMAN STONE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 18.55. M.D., Hahne- 
mann Med. Coll., 1882. Formerly located at St. 
Cloud, Minn.; later at Stacy, do. Address, Herman, 
Minn.f 

CHARLES FREDERICK STOTZ 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. D 9, 1872, Ger. Gen. Surg. 
practice, Chicago; Clin. In.str., Med., Coll. of 
Med., 1898-1900. Local Bd. 65, World War. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°, K. T. Married Bertha 
MueUer. Ag 1 , 1908, Chicago. Child, Helen 
Marie, b. Je 20. 1909 (Decea.sed). Address. 2609 
N. Lawyer Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 1954 Milwau- 
kee Ave., do. 



*HENRY J. SWINK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. M.A.. South- 
western Baptist Univ., 1895. Formerly of Medon, 
Tenn. Died 1912. 

WILLIAM HAROLD VARY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. M.D., Hahne- 
mann Med. Coll., 1888. Gen. Med. practice. 
Mem., A. M. .\. Address, 927 Airdrie Place, 
Chicago; bus. add., 351 Wells St., do.t 

OLANDER E. WALD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 7, 18C8, Norway; 
s. Eric and Nicoline (Nerosen) Wald. Prepared 
in Decorah Coll. and Augsburg Sem., Minneapolis. 
Second Roll of Honor, Coll. of Med., 1898. Post- 
grad, work, Johns Hopkins Univ., 1898-1900. 
House Surg., Augustana Hosp., Chicago, 1901-02; 
Surg, in Chief, Lake View Hosp., do.. 1905-09; 
Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Prelate, Sask., Can.; 
Coroner, Province of Sask., Can. Mem., I. O. 
O. F.; K. P.; A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Chicago Med. Soc; Nat. Geographical Soc. Mar- 
ried May Charlotte Augustine, Je 7, 1908. Chil- 
dren; Marian Virginia, b. D 27, 1909; Eugene, 
b. N 17, 1912; Edgar Augustine, b. O 26, 1914. 
Address. Prelate, Sask., Can. 



WILLIAM GODFREY WEDNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 16, 1872, Jefferson, 
Wis.; s. William (b. 1830, Ger.) and Justina (Poehl- 
man) Wegner (b. 1831, do.). Prepared in South 
Bend (Ind.) Pub. Schs.; South Bend Cml. Coll., 
1890; Queens Univ., Can., 1894-96. Honors in 
Materia Med., Therapeutics and Pharm. Gen. 
Med. practice. South Bend, Ind., 1898 — ; Lecturer, 
Bacterid, and Lab. Methods, and Attending Phys. 
and Surg., Epworth Hosp. and Training Scb., 
South Bend, Ind. (12 yrs.); Lecturer, Practice of 
Med., St. Josephs Hosp., do., (4 yrs.); Lecturer, 
Personal Hygiene, St. Marys and Notre Dame 
Acads.; Asst. Ed., St. Joseph Co Med. Soc. Bul- 
letin; Delegate, A. M. A., to Internat. Cong., on 
Tuberculosis, 1908; do., Hygiene and Demography, 
Wash., D. C, 1918; Examiner Prudential, Union 
Central, Mass. Mutual and Continental Life Ins. 
Cos.; Emergency Surg., South Bend Toy Co., H. 
G. Christman & Co., and Fulton Harwood Brass 
Co.; U. S. Examiner and Registrar, children under 
6 yrs., 4th ward, S. Bend, Ind.; Phys., U. S. Em- 
ployees Compensation Comn.; St. Joseph Co. 
Health Comm., 1907-14. Ind. Nat. Guard, 1890- 
93; Mem., and Examiner, Exemption Bd. 1, 
South Bend, Ind., 1917, until discharged; Exa- 
miner, U. S. Marine Corps, 1917^. Auth.: Un- 
published articles read before Med. Societies: 
Treatment of Heart Disease; Neurasthenia; An- 
terior Poliomyelitis; The Conservation of Pub. 
Health; Typhoid Fever; Insanity; Temperature; 
Milk; Causes of Inflammation. Mem., M. E. 
Church; A. F. A. M., K. T., 32°; I. O. O. F.; 
K. P.; St. Joseph Co. Med. Soc (Pres., 1902, V. 
P., 1900, Sec. 1907, Trustee, 1909-10); Ind. State 
Med. Soc; Fellow, A. M. A. Married Laura 
Christine Bradley, O 24, 1905, Huntington, Ind. 
Child, Laura Violet, b. Ap 6, 1911. Address, 
616 E. Washington Ave., South Bend, Ind.; bus. 
add., 306 Union Trust Bldg., do. 

WILLIBALD JOHN WEHLE 
M.D.; b. D 2, 1870, St. Louis; s. F. W. and 
Emma R. Wehle. Ph.G., Univ. of Wis., 1893. 
Roll of Honor, Sr. Yr., Coll. of Med. Local Bd., 
Phys., World War. Married Marie F. Oppen, D 
14, 1898, Milwaukee. Children: Aiex and Ed- 
ward, b. Ja 27, 1900; Dorothea, b. D 25, 1906. 
Address, West Bend, Wis. 

DAVID GILLISON WELLS 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 16, 1868; s. Samuel W. 
(b. Dumfries, Scotland) and Mary Ann (Callius) 
Wells (b. Chatcauguay, Que.). Prepared in Mon- 
treal Ph.D. Phi Rho Sigma; Mgr. of Football 



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team. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A.. Ft. Ogletnorpe, 
Ga., 1918. Mem., Medinah Temple, Chicago; 
A. F. A. M., 158. Married, Je 8, 1898, Cnicago. 
Child, Glenn W., b. My 20, 1901. Address, Mc- 
Henry, 111. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN WHITMER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Attended 
Harvard Med. Sch., 1894-96; Teachers Cert., 
Christian Co., 111.; Norm. Course, No. Ind. Norm. 
Sch.; Ph.G., 1894. Formerly of Edinburgh, 111. 
Gen. Med. practice, Colton, Calif. Address, Col- 
ton, Calif.t 

FRANK BEACH WHITMORE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
Denison Univ., Granville, O. B.S., Chicago Sem- 
inar of Sciences; diploma, Cedar Valley Seminary, 
1892; M.D., Nat. Med. Univ., Chicago, 1897. 
Formerly Phys., West Union, la. M. R. C, U. 
S. A. Address, 1430 N. Marengo Ave., Pasadena, 
Calif.t 

*EUGENE D. WHITNEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Ph.B., Ober- 
lin Coll., 1894. Formerly Health Officer, Paines- 
ville, O. Died N 4, 1901 , at his home in Paines- 
ville, O. 

LOUIS GITHENS WITHERSPOON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 3, 1873, Bruce- 
ville, Ind.; s. Martin V. (b. Inglefield, Ind.) and 
Phoeba (Thompson) Witherspoon (b. Bruceville, 
do.). Prepared in Princeton (Ind.) H. S. BS 
Wabash College, 189.5; A.M., do., 1901. Beta 
Tneta Pi; Phi Beta Pi. Scholarship in Coll. of 



Med. from Wabash Coll. Adjunct Prof., Surg., 
Coll. of Med., 1900-06. Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; 
served with the 57th Inf., 1918-19. Mem., A. 
M. A.; Am, Coll. Surg. Married Josephine Marr, 
Ja 1, 1911, El Paso, Tex. Address, 314 Roberts- 
Banner Bldg., El Paso, Tex. 

MILTON C. WOLF 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
St. Paul. Address, 466 Marshall Ave.. St. Paul.t 

*JOHN JACOB WUERTH 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1890; b. 1868, Oregon, 
Mo. Prepared in H.S. Apprenticed to George 
A. Eddy, Leavenwortn, Kan., 1885-88; employed 
with E. D. Eddy, Arkansas City, Kan. Phys., 
143 35th St., Cnicago; at one time located at 459 
E. 35th St., do. Mem., Kan. Pharm. Assn.; Chi- 
cago Coll. of Pnarm. Died Ag 3, 1911, at the 
home of his parents in Lawrence, Kan. 

GEORGE VAN WYLAND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; 1870. Prepared in 
Dayton (O.) H. S.; No. Ind. Norm. Sch., Val- 
paraiso, Ind., 1 yr.; Med. Dept., State Univ. of la., 
1895-97. Formerly of Lyndon, 111. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chicago. Address, 2300 N. Sawyer Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 2724 W. North Ave., do.t 

CHARLES I. WYNEKOOP 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. B.S., Wabash 
Coll. Mem., A. M. A.; Am. Coll. of Surgs. Gen. 
Med. practice, Chicago. Instr., Biol., Coll. of 
Med., 1898-1906. Address, 4901 Sheridan Rd., 
Chicago; bus. add., 737 Sheridan Road, do.t 



CLASS OF 1899 (93 LIVING, 22 DEAD) 



CHARLES A. ALBRECHT 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1890; b. Ja 26, 1867, 
Winona, Minn.; s. Frank (b. Wesely, Czecho- 
slovakia) and Frances (Mosteoky) Albrecht (b. 
do.). Prepared in Winona, Minn. Phi Rho Sig- 
ma; Class Pres., 1890. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 
Hosp. and Infirmary Serv., A. E. F., S 20, 1918- 
Ag 19, 1919. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. 
A. Address, 1818 S. Halsted St., Chicago. 

HUBERT FRANKLIN ANDREWS 
M.D.; B.S., 1893; b. Ag 10, 1869, Piasa, III.; 
s. Joseph B. (b. 1837, Brighton, 111.) and Mary A. 
(Rudrow) Andrews (b. 1838, Camden, N. J.). 
Prepared in Blackburn Coll. Faculty Medal, 
1899; Philomathean. Teacher, Salt Lake City 
H. S., 1893-96; Phys., 1899—; Practice limited 
to Neuro-psychiatry. Mem., Unitarian Church; 
San Diego Co. Med. Soc; Calif. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A. Married Zada Kearnes, 1904, Gunnison, 
Ut. Children: Mary Emma, b. Mr 8, 1905; Zada 
Leah, b. Mr 15, 1911. Address, 1000 Watts Bldg., 
San Diego, Calif. 



JESSE WILLIAM BACKUS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Ferns Sch., Big Rapids, Mich. Phi Rho Sigma. 
Formerly located at Bremerton, Wash. Lt. Surg. 
Commander, and Med. Inspector, U. S. N. Mem., 
A. M. A. Address, Naval Ordinance Plant, South 
Charleston, W. Va.t 



ERNEST STANLEY BARKER 
M.D.; b. N 14, 1869; B.A., Univ. of New Bruns- 
wick, 1889, M.A., do.; M.A., Univ. of Manitoba. 
Mem., M. E. Church. Married Elizabeth Har- 
riet White, 1893. Ctiild, Stanley Truman, b., 
Mr 8, 1895. Address, 34 Shepard St., Cambridge, 
Mass. 



FREDERICK LOUIS BARNES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 23, 1874; s. John 
Robertson (b. 1832, Stark Co., O.) and Mary 
(Boyer) Barnes (b. 1838, la.). Prepared in H. 
S. and Hulls Prep, and Norm. Sch. Phys. and 
Surg., Oskaloosa, la. Mem., and Chief examiner, 
Mahaska Co. Local Bd., World War. Mem., A. 

F. A. M., Blue Lodge, Scottish Rite, 32°, K. T.; 
Mystic Shrine. Married Rose DeLong, 1901, 
Bussey, la. Child, Nell, b. 1902. Address, Oska- 
loosa, la.; bus. add., K. of P. Bldg., do. 

HIRAM HORACE BAY 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 24, 1873, Chicago; s. 
George and Clara Bay. Nu Sigma Nu; Honor 
Roll Grad. In special work for Federal Bd. of 
Vocational Educ; head of the Tuberculosis Sec- 
tion, Chicago. Capt., M. C, U. S. A. Auth.: 
Numerous articles on Tuberculosis. Married Eva 

G. Ballou, D 29, 1904. Children: Margaret, b. 
1906; Maturin, b. 1908; Marion, b. 1914. Address, 
340 Normal Parkway, Chicago. 

AUGUST FREDERICK BECHTOLD 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 27, 1877, Belleville, 111.; 
s. Louis J. (b. My 5, 1847, Liege Belg.) and Fanny 
D. Bossonepierre (b. S 23, 1857, Brussels, do.). 
Prepared in Mexico (Mo.) Mil. Acad. Phys., 
New Baden, 111., 1900-03; do., New Athens, 111., 
1903-16; Belleville, 1916-20; Chicago, 1920—. 
Pres. of New Athens, 111., Sch Bd. Capt., M. C, 
U. S. A., S 1918-F 1919; Ward Surg, and Sanitary 
Inspector, U. S. Gen. Hosp. 3., Colonia, N. J. 
Mem., St. Clair Co. Med. Soc. (Pres.). Married, 
N 1, 1899, Belleville, 111.; My 10, 1920, Belleville, 
111. Children: Lilian Hortense, b. Ja 26, 1901; 
Harriett Annet; Grace Louise. Address, Belle- 
viUe, 111. ' 

LORA L. BEEDY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Prepared in 

Oberlin Coll.; Harvey Med. Coll., 2 yrs. Instr., 

Orthopedic Surg. Col. of Med., 1902-04. At one 

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ELMER E. BEST 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 4, 1S58, Cedarville. 
111.; 8. William C. and Ann (Clingman) Best. 
Prepared in Iowa Univ. B.D., la. Teachers Coll., 
1883. Valedictorian of class. Mem., A. F. A. M., 
32°: M. E. Church. Married Laura Wheeler 
1897, Traer, la. Address, Clarion, la. 

JONATHAN CLYMONT BETZ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 1, 1878, Chicago; 
8. Adam (b. La Moille, 111.) and Lauj-a (Marriott) 
Bet«, (b. do.). Prepared in H. S. Intern, West 
Side Hosp., Chicago; Gen. Med. and Surg, prac- 
tice, Boscobel, Wis., 1901—. Local Exemption 
Bd., Grant Co., Wis. Mem., Wis. State Med. Soc; 
Tri-State Med. Soc; Grant Co. Med. Soc; A. 
M. A. Married Margaret McKee, Ap 16, 1902, 
Assumption. 111. Children: b. F 4, 1908 (died F 
14, 1908); Brabara Jean, b. Ja 25, 1909; Elizabeth 
Anne, b. N 21, 1916. Address, Boscobel, Wis. 

*JAMES MOREAU BROWN 
(Son of Moreau Roberts Brown, Fa.M.) 
Phys. and Surg.; M. D.;b. 1877. Prepared in 
A. D. Sayer Univ. Sch., Chicago. Formerly of 
Winnetka, 111.; later at 15 E. Washington St., 
Chicago. Clin. Instr., Laryngol., Rhinol., and 
Otol., Coll. of Med., 1898-1904. Deceased. 

♦GEORGE STILLMAN BROWNING 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. B.S., Alfred 

Univ., .AJfred, N. Y., 1896. Formerly of Westerly, 

R. I.; Roentgenologist, Sioux City, la. Deceased. 

THOM.\S JEROME BURKE 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 5, 1868, De Witt, la.; 
8. Patrick (b. Jl 24, 1826, Ireland) and Mary 
(Prendergast) Burke (b. Je 10, 1835, Can.). Pre- 
pared in De Witt (la.) H. S.; Creighton Univ., 
Omaha, Neb., 1891-93. Grad. work, Chicago, 
1907; Vienna and Berlin, 1913-14. Located in 
De Witt, la. Mem., Clinton Co. Med. Soc; 
Dist. Med. Soc. Married Margaret Ellen Carroll, 
Ja 7, 1903, Kansas City, Mo. Children: Dorothy 
Helen, b. F 7, 1904; Jerome Carroll, b. F 20, 1906; 
Charles Louis, b. O 14, 1909. Address, De Witt, 
la. 

JOHN H. BUSH 
M.D.; b. Ap 27, 1870; s. David and Eleanor 
Bush. B.S., Austin Coll., Effingham, 111. Mar- 
ried Mary B. Newcomb, 1896. Address, Sterling, 
Colo.; bus. add.. Farmers Bank Bldg., do. 

CLARENCE ALBERT BUTLER 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 4, 1865; s. Albert (b. 
S 23, 1827, Cherry Valley, N. Y.) and Ellen Van 
Ness (Reynolds) Butler (b. N 15, 1828, Chatham., 
N. Y.). Prepared in Yankton Coll., Yankton, 
S Dak. B.S., No. 111. Norm. Sch., Dixon, 111. 
Postgrad, course, Johns Hopkins Univ., 1902; 
Berlin and Edinburgh, 1909; Phys., Dell Rapids, 
S. Dak., 1899-1919; Lake Preston, do., 1919—. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., O 1, 1918-Jl 23, 1919; 
stationed at Base Hosp., Camp Dodge, la. Mar- 
ried Mollie Evans, June 29, 1S93, Pontiac, 111. 
(died Jl 18, 1917); Mrs. Daisy Dean Carr, Jl 11, 
1919, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Child, Albert, b. Ja 
24. 1904. Address, Lake Preston, S. Dak. 

WILLIAM BERNARD CAMPBELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 3, 1878, Washington Co., 
Wis.; 8. John (b. N 1838, N. Y.) and Ann (Laugh- 
lin) Campbell (b. 1844, do.). Prepared in Mil- 
waukee and Oconomowoc (Wis.) H. Schs.; Mar- 
quette Coll., 1896-98. Honor Roll. Grad. work. 
West Side Hosp., Chicago, 1905 and 1919. Loca- 
ted in Menomonee Falls, Wis., 1S99-1918; Wau- 
kesha, at present. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 1918- 
19; M. O. T. C, Ft. Riley, Camp Travis, Tex., 
18th Div., San. Tr., Field Hosp. Mem., Wauke- 
sha Co. Med. .Soc; Milwaukee Med. Soc; Wis. 
SUte Med. Soc.;.K. C; B. P. O. E. Married 
Isabel A. Bannon, F. 13, 1905, Waukesha, Wis. . 



Children: Paul Edward, b. S 26, 100(); John Wil- 
liam, b. My 30, 1912; William Bernard, b. F 28, 
1918. Address, 125 East Ave., Waukeaiia, Wis.; 
bus. add., 264 Broadway, do. 

*HENRY COLISTUS CARROLL 

Phys. and Surg,; M.D.; b. 1860. Attended N. 

W. Univ. Med. Sch.; St. Michaels Coll., Toronto, 

Can. Formerly of Canandaigua, N. Y.; later at 

1133 E. 55th St., Chicago. Died Mr C, 1921. 

W. H. CHAMBERS 
Phys. and Coal Operator; M.D.; b. Mr 16, 1873, 
Allegheny Co., Pa.; s. John (b. Ap 6, 1849, do.) 
and Ellen (Shepler) Chambers (b. Jl 28, 1853, 
Washington Co., Pa.). B.E., Slippery Rock State 
Norm. Sch., Pa.; B.S., Volant Coll., Pa.; Ph.B., 
Mt. Hope Coll., O.; M.D., O. Univ., 1898. Highest 
rank. Preliminary Law Examination, Allegheny 
Co., Pa., 1897; do., in State Bd. Exam, in Wi Va., 
1898. Gen. Med. practice, McKeesport, Pa., 1899- 
1901, and 1903 — ■; Gen. Assayer and Mine Mgr., 
Black Hawk, S. Dak., 1901-03; owner and operator 
of four coal mines, 1917 — -. Mem., McKeesport 
Acad, of Med.; Sons of Am. Revolution; A. F. 
A. M. Married Je 13, 1901, McKeesport, Pa. 
Address, 133 5th Ave., McKeesport, Pa. 

ELTON ARTHUR CHLOUPEK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 
Manitowoc (Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice, 
Chicago. Address, 1101 N. Crawford Ave., Chi- 
cago. t 

CHARLES MORGAN COEN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in 

Normal H, S.; Bennett Med. Coll., 1894-95. Gen. 

Med. practice, Cornell, 111. Address, Mahomet, 

Ill.t 

LEONARD GREEN CROSBY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 26, 1873; s. James W. 
(b. Yarmouth, N. S.) and Elsie (Green) Crosby. 
Prepared in Milton Coll., Milton, Wis.; Hamlin 
Univ., Minn., 1895-98. Located in Janesville, 
Wis., 1899-1901; Ouray, Colo., 1901-14; Denver, 
1914—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., F 1918-Mr 1919; 
Served with Base Hosp. 29, London, Eng. Mem., 
Denver Med. Soc; Denver Co. Med. Soc; Med. 
Sc. Club; Colo. State Med. Soc; Roentgen Ray 
Soc. of N. A. Married Katherine Waterman, Ja 
7, 1897, Milton, Wis. Address, 767 Magnolia 
St., Denver; bus. add., 142 Metropolitan Bldg., do, 

CONRAD HOWARD CZARRA 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Formerly lo- 
cated at Los Angeles; later at Hoboken, N. J. 
Address, 4519 Magnolia Ave., Chicago.t 

*JAMES HENRY DUGAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1873. B.A., Georgetown 
Univ., 1896. Gen. Med. practice. La Salle, 111. 
Died Mr 2, 1903, Mercy Hosp., Chicago. 

*JOHN MILTON EDWARDS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1874; Local Surg, for the 
N. W. and St. Paul systems; Commissioner of 
health of Mankato. For several yrs. Ed., of 
Plexus, the Coll. of Med. periodical. Died Ag 
26, 1915, Portland, Ore. 

BERNARD FANTUS 
Professor; M.D.; b. S 1, 1874, Budapest, Aus- 
tria-Hungary; s. David (b. do.) and Ida (Gentili) 
Fantus (b. Goritz, do.). Prepared in Vienna, Aus. 
M.S., Univ. of Mich., 1917. Phi Rho Sigma; 
Alpha Omega Alpha. Two Scholarship Medals. 
Adjunct Prof., Materia Med. and Therapeutics, 
Coll. of Med., 1900-02; Prof., Materia Med., 
Pharmacol, and Therapeutics, do., 1903-17; Asst. 
Prof., Clin. Med., do., 1905-11; Lecturer, Physiol., 
Sch. of Pharm., 1912-17; Assoc. Prof., Therapeu- 
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Corps, Am. Red Cross, 1916-18. Auth.: Test 
Book on Prescription Writing and Pharmacy for 
Med. students, Chicago Med. Book Co., 1906; 
Essentials in Prescription Writing, Chicago Med. 
Book Co., 1906; Candy Medication, S. V. Mosby 
Co., 1915; Pharmacology and Therapeutics, sec- 
tion of Practical Med. Series, Year Book Publishers, 
Chicago, 1917-19; The Useful Cathartics, Jour, of 
A. M. A.. 1920; The Role of Alcohol in the Wel- 
fare of the Human Race, Jour., A. M. A., 1917, 
LXIX; Prescription Writing in English, do., 1916, 
LXVI; Some New and Non-OfiBcial Remedies, 
III. Med. Jour., 1916; How can the Pharmacopoeia 
and the Nat. P'orm. be Made Popular with Physi- 
cians?, Jour. Am. Pharm. Assn., 1915; What In- 
struction Ought Med. Colls, to Give in Pharmacol, 
and Therapeutics?, Quarterly of the Federation of 
State Med. Boards oj the U. S., 1914; Dermotropism, 
Am. Jour, of Dermatology, 1912; The Significance 
of the Neuron Concept to Pharmacology, III. Med. 
Jour., 1912; Two insufficiently Appreciated Baths, 
do., 1911; Diagnosis and Treatment of Plumbism, 
do., 1910; The Action of Coal-Tar Anodynes, do., 
1909; The Clinical Study of Blood Pressure, do., 
1909; Section on Physiology, Practical Med. Series, 
1912; other articles in the foregoing publications 
and in the Bulletin of the Internat. Med. Museum, 
Zeitschrift f. klin Med., Jour, of Pharmacology and 
Experimental Therapeutics, Jour, of Lab. a?id 
Clinical Medicine, Archives of Internal Medicine, 
Jour, of Infectious Diseases. Mem., Re\'ision 
Committee, U. S. Pharmacopoeia, 10th Revision; 
do., Nat. Form., 5th Revision; Am. Coll. of Phys. 
Fellow). Married Emily Margaret Senn, 1904, 
Cincinnati, O. Child, Ruth Genevieve, b. D 14, 
1913. Address, 719 S. Ashland Blvd., Chicago, 
111. 

LEON FEINGOLD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Chicago Athenaeum. Surg. Specialist, Chicago. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, 714 Grace St., Chicago.t 

MARIE ALICE FELLOWS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Attended 
Jenner Med. Coll., 1895-96; Bennett Med. Coll., 
1896-97; formerly of Kingston, Mo. Gynecolo- 
gist, Chicago. Address, 3517 S. State St., Chicago.t 

GEORGE CARL FISHER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Attended 
Univ. of Mich., 1894-97. Formerly of Center- 
ville, Mich.; Urologist, Chicago. Mem., A. M. A. 
Address, 2136 Indiana Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 
Peoples Gas Bldg., do.i 

IRA FRANK 
Specialist; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in Chicago 
Athenaeum, 1895. Practice limited to Otol., 
Laryngol., and Rhinol., Chicago. Mem., Am. 
Acad, of Ophthalmol, and Oto-Laryngol.; Am. 
Laryngol., Rhinol. and Otol. Soc; Chicago Laryn- 
gol. and Otol. Soc; Am. Coll. of Surgs.; A. M. A. 
Address, 915 Hyde Park Blvd., Chicago; 6ms. add., 
104 S. Michigan Ave., do.t 

*FRANK LESLEY FREAS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1859. Harvey Med. 
Coll., 1895-98. Formerly of Downers Grove, 111. 
Deceased. 

JAMES WILLIAM GARTH 
(Father of Casper T., '17, A.B. in Commerce) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 7, 1867; s. Thomas (b. 
Yorkshire, Eng.) and Mina (Johnston) Garth (b. 
1832, do.). Prepared in Clarion (la.) H.S. Pres., 
Class, 1897-98. Located in Clarion, la., 1899- 
1910; Pt. Arthur, Tex., 1910-13; Beaumont, Tex., 
1913—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., F 14-D 12, 1918. 
Mem., K. P.. 1890—; I. O. O. F., 1896—; A. F. 
A. M., 1906—; Shrine, 1920—. Married N 24, 
1892, Belmond, la. Children: William L., b. S. 
17, 1893; Casper T., b. N 22, 1895; James W., Jr., 
b. S 12, 1899; Thomas T., b. Jl 17, 1901. Address, 
3011^ Pearl St., Beaumont, Tex. 



HENRY GATHMAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 1, 1864, Ger.; s. H. and 
Dorothy (Bohlmann) Gathman. Prepared in Boys 
Pvt. Sch., Hamburg, Ger. Honor Roll, Coll. of 
Med., 1899. Grad. work, Berlin, Ger. My-D 1899; 
do.. New York City, Ja-Je 1900. Vol. Med. Serv. 
Corps, U. S. A., 1918. Mem., A. F. A. M.; K. P. 
Married, 1889, Manitowoc, Wis. Children: Elsa 
b. 1891; Harry, b. 1895. Address, Milwaukee. 

ROBERT J. GOGGINS 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 29, 1875; s. John (b. Ire.) 
and Mary (McCabe) Goggins (b. do.). Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., 1918; served in Oto-Laryngol. 
Dept., Base Hosp., Camp Greenleaf, Ga. Address, 
Oconto Falls, Wis. 

*BROUISLAUS CASIMIR GRABOWICS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Ph.G., Vienna, 
1886. Attended Jenner Med. Coll., 1896-97. De- 
ceased. 

*JOHN PATRICK GRIMES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Chicago H. S. Ph.G., N. W. Univ. Sch. of Pharm. 
At one time located at Menard, 111.; later at 175 
W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. Deceased. 

JAMES LLOYD HAMMOND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. B.S., Wabash 
Coll., 1895. Formerly of Lebanon, Ind.; Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, Chicago. Ad- 
dress, 29 E. Madison St., Chicago.t 

*FREDERICK GILLETTE HARRIS 
Prof, and Dermatologist; M.D.; b. O 19, 1874, 
Chicago. Prepared in West Division H. S. 
Graduated from Coll. of Med. with honors. In- 
tern, Cook Co. Hosp. 1900; Resident Pathologist, 
do., 1901-03; Stud., Gen. Med., Vienna, Berlin, 
and Paris, 1903-4; Adjunct Prof., Phys. Diag., 
Coll. of Med., 1904; Grad. work, Dermatol., Europe 
1907-08; Prof., Med. and Asst. Prof., Dermatol., 
Coll. of Med., 1908-12; Prof., Dermatol, and 
Sphilol., 111. Post-Grad. Med. Sch.; do., N. W. 
Univ., 1917 — ; Attending Dermatollogist, Wesley 
and Cook Co. Hosps., do.; connected -with the lat- 
ter institution throughout professional career. 
Obtained the position of attending Phys., Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1906, and attending Dermatologist, do., 
1912, on a competetive Civil Service Exam.; was 
instrumental in affecting the Civil Service Examina- 
tion ruling to avoid abuse of political influence in 
appt. of members of attending staff. One of the 
pioneers in this country in use of Serum Reactions 
in Syphilis, and in the study of the Spirocheta 
Pallida. Auth.: Etiology and Pathology of Can- 
cer of the Skin, a paper read before the Am. Der- 
matol. Assn., 1917; regular contributions to der- 
matologic Uterature. Mem., Am. Dermatology 
Assn.; Chicago Dermatol. Assn., (pres. 1915); 
Chicago Geog. Soc; Chicago Hist. Assn. Died 
Jl 2, 1919, Chicago. 

*HARVEY C. HEALD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Gen. Med. 
and Surg, practice, Millard, Neb. Married Al- 
berta Powell, N 20, 1900, Ottumwa, la. Died Ja 
10, 1909, Omaha, Neb. 

♦ALBERT E. HERZOG 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 22, 1876, Switzerland; 
s. H. Herzog. Out of practice, last eight mos. 
Mem., Congr. Church; A. F. A. M., Shrine; 
B. P. O. E. Married Julia E. Trask, F 2, 1907. 
Died N 11, 1921, E. Moline, 111. 

♦THOMAS R. HILLARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Formerly lo- 
cated in Widoon, Pa. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 
World War, 2 yrs.; discharged Mr 8, 1919. Died 
Je 18, 1920, Oak Mount, Pa. 



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HENRY JUSTUS HILLEBRAXD 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S76. Prepared in 

Armour Inst., Cliicago. Gen. Med. practice. 

Mem., A. M. A. Address, 2157 N. Tripp Ave., 

Chicago.t 

HELEN TAYLOR HISOM 
Phys. and Surg.; ALD.; b. 1870. Univ. of So. 
Calif. Med. Coll., 1805-97; Womans Med. Coll., 
Chicago, 1897-98. Formerly of Los Angeles.J 

HANNAH LUELLA HUKILL 
Physician: M.D.; b. Ap 24, 1871, Bushnell, 111.; 
d. Nathan (b. Ja 6, 1831, Convenience, O.) and 
Catherine Elizabeth (Whiting") Hukill (b. Ap 4, 
1831, Lambert\-ille, N. J.). Prepared in Prairie 
Citv H. S.; West. III. St. Norm. Sch. and Harvey 
Med. Coll., 1895-97. D.C., Nat. Sch. of Chiro- 
practic, Chicago, 1919. Organizer and First Sec. 
of Nu Sigma Phi, the first Med. Sorority. Sec, 
Class, 1S97-9S; Ed., Med. Dept., Womans Issue, 
Illini, 1898. Grad. course in Metaphysics, Church 
and Sch. of the New Civilization, Chicago, 1916. 
Intern, Mary Thompson Hosp., Chicago; My 1899- 
Jl 1900. Mem., Facultv, Rush Med. Coll., Dept. 
of Gvnecol. and Obst., Jl 13, 1900-S 1905. Located 
at 6211 Monroe Ave., Chicago, Jl 1, 1900-N 20, 
190S; Specialist in Gvnecol., Obst. and Children s 
Diseases, Elkhart, Ind., 1908-21; Glendale, Calif., 
1921 — . Med. Off. to Dem. Nat. Convention, St. 
Louis, Jl 1904. Was instrumental in gaining ad- 
mission of women to Coll. of Med., 1897. Mem., 
Chicago Med. Soc; Elkhart .A.cad. of Med.; Congr. 
Church; Rebecca Lodge; Womans Club (Pres., 
1919-20. Dir., 1916-20); Womans Franchise League 
(Dir., 1917-20); Pub. Health Com. for Ind. Fed- 
eration, Womens Clubs, 1920-21. Address, 102 
W. CaUf. Ave. (Cor., Grand Blvd.), Glendale, 
Calif. 

*CHARLES CLARENCE HUMMEL 
Pharmacist; M.D.; Ph.G., 1892; b. 1869, Baden, 
Ger. Apprenticed to A. Hummel & Co., Grundy 
Center, la., 1887-91; formerly located in Ransom, 
III.; Pharm., Grundy Center, la. Died Mr 15, 
1909, Oakes Home, Denver. 

MARY GILL HUNTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 18.52. B.S., Univ. of 
Ohio, 1881; M.D., Cleveland Univ. of Med. and 
Surg., 1896. Formerly of Pleasant Plain, la.; 
Gynecologist, Pasadena, Calif. Address, Grand 
Junction, Colo.t 

AUGUST JACOBS ON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1880; b. Je 2, 
18.57, Burlington, Wis. Prepared in Burlington 
(Wis.) Pub. Schs. Married Ida Arnold, F 2, 
1883. Children: Evelyn; Clarence. Address, 2931 
Adams St., Chicago; bus. add., 725 S. Kedzie, do. 

HERMAN JANSS 
Phys. and .Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Grand Island (Neb.) H. S. N. W. Univ., 1892-94; 
Univ. of So. Calif. Coll. of Med.. 1896-97; Univ. of 
Calif., Med. Sch.. 1897-98. Gen. Med. practice: 
formerly of Los Angeles. Address, San Joaquin, 
Calif.t 

ABBOTT ELLIOTT KAY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Preparediin 

Rockford Bus. Coll. and Brows .Sch., Chicago, 

1890; Jenner Med. Coll., 1895,97. Surg., Chicago. 

Address, 2133 Park Ave.. Chicago.t 

*LUKE H. KELLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. B.S., No. Ind. 
Norm. Sch. Med. Dept., Univ. of Mich., 1896- 
97. Formerly of Hammond, In^. Merii., Ind. 
State Med. Assn. Died My 16. 1918. 



RUSSELL CALVIN KELSEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 6, 1857, Decrfield, Minn.; 
s. Cah-in (b. N. Y.) and Anna Bickford Doering 
(Russell) Kelsey (b. Me). Prepared in Wells 
(^Iinn.) H. S.; Physio-Med. Coll., Indianapolis. 
Grad. Sch. of Med. and Surg, and Lab. branches, 
Univ. of Ore. Med. Sch. Gen. Med. practice. 
Indianapolis, 1888-98; Chicago, 1898-99; White 
Rock, S. Dak., 1899-1905; Gold Hill, Ore., 1906-18; 
Mayor and Chm., Sch. Bd. and Red Cross, do', 
Portland, do., 1918 — . Sec. Tri-State Drainage 
Assoc, Minn., N. and S. Dak. Auth.: Prevention 
of Floods in the Valley of the Red River of the 
North (Dak. and Miim.). Published by the U. 
S. Govt.; Ed. and Pub. of the Med. Free Press, 
Indianapolis; Founder of the White Rock Jour., 
a weeklv paper at White Rock, S. Dak., and of 
The Bulletin, weekly at Gold Hill, Ore. Mem., 
Portland Press Club; Ore. State Med. Assn.; 
So. Ore. Med. Assn.; Ore. Chamber of Commerce; 
Alberta Lodge 172, A. F. A. M. Married Flora 
Adella Tamblyn, My 15, 1889, Indianapolis. 
Children: John Russell, b. Ag 18, 1890; William 
Calvin, b. Jl 1, 1894; Dolores Phyllis, b. Mr 20, 
1901; Walter Lionel, b. Mr 17, 1903; Flora Ann 
Yolanda, b. Ag 21, 1905. Address, 1178 Albina 
Ave., Portland, Ore.; bus. add., 616 Morgan Bldg., 
do. 

MATTHIAS JOSEPH KLEIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Specialist in Gynecol., 
Chicago. Address, 1344 WelUngton Ave., Chi- 
cago.t 

*WILLIAM EMIL KLOKKE 
Eve, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist; M.D.; 
b. 1876. Mem., Mo. State Med. Assn. Died Ag 
8, 1915, Tampa, Fla. 

FRANK BENJAMIN KNUDSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 2, 1874, Chicago; a. 
Hans (b. My 24, 1825, Norway) and Gurins 
(Stuart) Knudson (b. My 28, 1834, do.). Ph.G., 
No. Ind. State Norm. Sch., 1895. Class Sec, 
1896-97. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; III. State 
Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Scandinavian-Am. Med. 
Soc. Address, 2641 N. Troy St., Chicago. 

EUGENE OSCAR KOENEMANN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Ph.G., Drake 
Univ., Sch. of Pharm., 1889. Med. Dept., Drake 
Univ., 1896-98. Gen. Med. practice, Eldora, la.; 
formerly of Whitten, do. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, Eldora, la.t 

ALBERT GOTTLIEB KRUEGER 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 21, 1866; s. Charles (b. 
1834, Ger.) and Emily (Hartzke) Krueger (b. 
1842, do.). Prepared in Bickler Acad., Austin, 
Tex. and Commercial Coll.. do. Phys., Caldwell, 
Tex., 1899—. Married Vivia Lee, Ap 19, 1915. 
Address, Caldwell, Tex. 

THOMAS DOWNS LAFTRY 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ap 20, 1874, Can.; s. James 

and Annie (Downs) Laftry. Prepared in Model 

Sch. Gen. Surg, practice, Chicago. Med. Bd., 

World War. Address, 16 N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago. 

♦ALBERT ROBERT LEMKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Gen. Med. practice, 
Chicago; formerly at 32 N. State St., do. De- 
ceased. 

WILLIAM HENRY LERCH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Kemper Hall, Davenport, la. Formerly of Sioux 
City, la.t 

ROSS DAVID LONG 
SuTg. Specialist; M.D.; b. Ag 14, 1871, Pem- 
broke, N. Y.: s. David and Mary (Nutting) Long. 
Prepared in Chamberlain Institute, N. Y. Mem., 



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A. F. A. M., 32°. Surg., British Boer War, 1900; 
Hon. Capt., Royal Army Med. Corps, 1915-16; 
Mai.. M. C, U. S. A., 1917-19. Ed., Quine Prac- 
tical Med., 1899. Child, Warren D., b. Jl 4, 
1908. Address, 617 W. 14th St., Oklahoma City, 
Okla; bus. add., Liberty Bank Bldg., do. 

WILLIAM ERNEST LONG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Prepared in 
Iowa State Norm. Sch., 1894. Phys., Park Hosp., 
Mason City, la.; Gen. Med. practice, do. Mem., 
A. M. A. Address, Mason City, la.t 

DAVID ELLSWORTH LUCAS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Prepared in 
No. Ind. Norm. Sch.; Harvard Med. Coll., 1 yr. 
Gen. Med. practice, Chicago. Address, 315 S. 
Central Park Ave., Chicago.t 

ROBERT GROVES McCARTHY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.: b. 1873. Prepared in 
Norm. Coll., Port Townsend, Wash., 2 yrs.; Har- 
vard Univ. Med. Sch., 1 yr. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly at 2859 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. Ad- 
dress, Three Oaks, Mich.t 

ALBERTA VIRGINIA McCLUNG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. M.D., Univ. 
of Minn., 1897. Address, 460 Iglehart St., St. 
Paul, Minn.t 

CHARLES ALFRED McCORMICK 
M.D.; b. O 23, 1859, Marietta, O.; s. Richard 
and Mary A. (Maxon) McCormick. Prepared in 
Marietta Acad. Special Representative, H. K. 
Mulford Co., Chicago, 1905—. Mem., Presby. 
Church. Auth.: Articles in A. M. A. Jour., New 
York. Married Amy S. Hill, N 24, 1882, Marietta, 
O. Children: William C, b. S 16, 1885; Raymond 
C, b. D 25, 1887; Bessie T.. b. Ap 30, 1893. Ad- 
dress, 4210 Wilcox Ave., Chicago. 

OSCAR EUGENE McWILLIAMS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b, O 17, 1868, Pa.; 
s. Samuel W. and Mary E. (Myers) McWilliams. 
Prepared in Elysburg (Pa.) H. S. and Acad. Gen. 
Med. and Surg, practice, Anderson, Ind. Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., Base Hosp., Camp Sheridan, O. 
Mem., A. F. A. M,; B. P. O. E.; K. P. Married 
Nina E. Decker. Child, Samuel W., b. Ag 16, 
1905. Address, 325 W. 6th St., Anderson, Ind.; 
bus. add., 231-32 Union Bldg., do. 

OTTO E. MACY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Ph.G., State 

Univ. of la., 1896; Med. Dept., do., 1896-98. At 

one time located in Pleasanton, la. Address, 

Riverton, Wyo.t 

ERNEST H. MADAJESK"¥ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 1, 1870, Appleton, 
Wis.; s. Frederick W. (b. .la 20, 1841, Province of 
Posen, Ger.).and Henrietta (Manzek) Madajesky 
(b. F 1, 1841, Pomerania, Ger.). Prepared in 
Ryan H. S., Appleton, Wis. Ph.G., Univ. of 
Wis.. 1891. Pharm. Soc, Univ. of Wis. Pharm., 
Ironwood, Mich., 1891-96; Phys., Bessemer, Mich.. 
1899-1914, do., Ironwood, 1914—. Mem.. Goge- 
bic Co. Med. Soc; Mich. State Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Ada Clark McMinn, My 7, 1902, Bessemer, 
Mich. Children: Frances Marian, b. F 5, 1903; 
Ruth Clark, b. F 28, 1904; Maxine Guydonna, 
b. Mr 17, 1905; Forrest Eugene, b. O 7, 1911. 
Address. Ironwood, Mich. 

♦FRANCIS FREDERICK MARKEY 
M.D.; b. 1878. Pres., Seattle Anatomical Club. 
Mem.. A. M. A. Died Ag 17. 1917. Providence 
Hosp.. Seattle. 

JOHN EUGENE METCALF 

Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 16, 1870, Madison 

Co., ind.; s. Stephen (b. Ja 11. 1842. Wayne Co., 

O.) and Carrie Maritta (Robb) Metcalf (b. D 16, 



1844, Jersey, O.). Prepared in Anderson (Ind.) 
H. S. A. B.,Univ. of Ind., 1893. Phi Kappa Psi. 
Phys. and Surg., West Side Hosp., Chicago, 1899- 
1901; Fennimore, Wis., 1901-05; SaHna, Kan., 
1905-07; Gary, Ind., 1907—. Capt. and Maj.. 
M. C, U. S. A., Ag 11, 1917-0 10, 1919; With 
Siberian A. E. F. several months. Mem., A. M 
A.; Ind. State Med. Soc; Tenth District Med. 
Soc; Lake Co. Med. Soc; Gary Med. Soc; A. F 
A. M.; Elks; Commercial Club; Y. M. C. A. 
Married Lura Grace Kightlinger, O 2, 1901, Chi- 
cago. Child, Stephen Eugene, b. My 1. 1903. 
Address, 628 Harrison St., Gary, Ind. 

FRANK WILLIAM MEYERS 
Phvsician; M.D.; b. S 6, 1873, North Washing- 
ton, ia.; s. Henry (b. F 1849, Dubuque Co., la.) 
and Helena (Rosaner) (Meyers b. O 18.50, Prussia. 
Ger.). Prepared in Carroll Norm. Sch. Gen. 
Med. practice, Dubuque, la. Mem., A. M. A.; 
Ia. State Med. Soc; Dubuque Co. Med. Soc. 
Married Lucile Yehle, Ap 26, 1916, Dubuque, la. 
Address, 2006 Jackson St., Dubuque, la. 

FRANK DONALDSON MOORE 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 6, 1870, Ontario, Can.; 
s. Thomas (b. Co. Aubrain, Ire.) and Sarah (Rais- 
ly) Moore (b. do.). Prepared in Whit Church 
and Gross Coll., Denver, Colo. Nu Sigma Nu; 
Alpha Omega Alpha; Fellowship in Pathol., Coll. 
of Med. Grad. work. Imperial Univ. of Vienna, 
1907; do., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1909; do., Chicago 
Univ., 1910. Asst., Pathol., Coll. of Med., 1898- 
1900; Asst. Prof., Jr. Surg., and Clin. Surg., 
do., 1914-20; Assoc. Prof., Surg., do., 1920—. 
Auth.: Precancerous Stage, and Interpretation 
of Early Abdominal Symptoms. Married Alice 
Maud Moore, Ag 13, 1895, London, Ont. Can. 
Address, 800 S. Oakley Blvd.. Chicago; 6ms. add., 
30 N. Michigan Ave., do. 

♦FREDERICK WOLFGANG MYERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Monte- 
zuma (la.) Schs.; Harvey Med. Sch., 1891-92. 
Died Je 12, 1900, Tapezala, Mex. 

WILHELM CAROLIUS OLSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 14, 1875; s. Matt (b. 
1856, Tromsoe, Norway) and Anna (Ness) Olson 
(b. 1860, Little Hammer, do.). Prepared in Wells 
(Minn.) H. S.; Univ. of Minn., 1892-94. Asst. 
Surg. Gen., Uniform Rank, K. of P. Married 
Louise Mathews, Ag 17, 1918. Address, 750 
Junior Terrace, Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Washing- 
ton St.. do. 

JAMES ALPHONSE PETERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876, Morse, la. 
State Univ. of la. Coll. of Med., 1895-97. Gen. 
Med. practice, Oxford, la. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, Oxford, la.t 

BENJAMIN MERCHANT PLATT 
Missionary Phys.; M.D.; b. O 25, 1872, Man- 
chester, Eng.; s. George (b. do.) and Eleanor Banks 
(Merchant) Piatt (b. do.). Prepared in Mt. Her- 
mon. Mass., and Wheaton Coll., 111. Phys. to 
Pan-Am. Rubber Co., Valencia Honduras, 1899- 
1901; Med. Practice, Tamaroa, 111., 1901-06; Med. 
Missionary in P. I. under Epis. Church Mission 
Bd., 1906 — . Mem., Epis. Church. Married 
Elizabeth Warner Boardman, Je 9. 1900, Sheffield, 
Mass. (died Ja 15, 1916); Mary Burnham, D 9. 
1916, Baguio, P. I. Children: Edward Boardman, 
b.J" 14, 1902 (died Jl 16, 1902) ; Eleanor Boardman. 
b.^V 2, 1903 (died Ja 7, 1913); Muriel Estelle, b. 
Ag 30, 1905; Arthur Dwight, b. Jl 14, 1907; Howard 
Benjamin, b. Mr 5,' 1912; Robert Roland, b. F 6, 
1914. Address, Baguio, Benguet, P. I. 

VALDEMAR PLETH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Med. Dept., 
Copenhagen Univ.; M.D., Nat. Med. Univ., 1894 
Gen. Med. practice, Sonora, Calif. Address, So- 
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JESSE YOUNG POTTER 
M.D.; b. O 1, 1865; s. James and Sarah (Clopper) 
Potter. Prepared in Tecumseh (Mich.) H. S. 
Mem., Congr. Church. Married Phoebe Ann 
Kimball. Jc, 1S95. Address, 614 Wymau St., New 
London, Wis.; bus. add., 22 >.^ N. Water St.. do. 

FRANK P. RAMSEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 0. 1873. Delta. 
O.; 8. William (b. S 1, 1S27, Omagh Co.. Tyrone. 
Ireland) and Catherine iTrowbridge) Ramsey (b. 
Je 27. 1S32, Lewis Co. N. Y.). Prepared in H. 
S.; Coll. of Pharm. Ph.G., Valparaiso Univ., 
1S95. Phi Rho Sigma. Gen. Med. practice. 
Central Lake. 1S99-1910; East Jordan. Mich., 
1910 — . Mem., Co. Med. Soc; State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A. Married Lillian Weikel, Mr 11, 1901, 
East Jordan, Mich. Address, East Jordan. Mich. 

ELMER JOSEPH RAW 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 20. 1S74; s. Joseph 
(b. Ja 12. 1847. Galena, 111.) and Maguret (Willy) 
Raw. Prepared in H. S. Phys.. Pierson, la., for 
20 yrs. Mem., Sioux Va;lley jiled. Soc. Married 
Grace Anna Davis, Mr 5, 1903, Marcus. la. 
Child. Marjorie Grace, b. Jl 2, 1905. Address, 
Pierson, la. 

MATHEW AARON REASONER 
(Brother of Clara, '02, A.B. in L. & A.) 
Army Physician; M.D.; B.S. in Sci.. '96; b. S 1. 
1875. New London, la.; s. John Rogers (b. 1842, 
West Union, O.) and Katherine (Malone) Reasoner 
(b. 1S44. LaFayette, Ind.). Prepared in Tolono 
H. S.; Univ. of 111. (Urbajia Depts.) Nu Sigma 
Nu. Grad. work, Army Med. Sch.. 1905-06; 
Special detail. Rockefeller Institute. 1914. Asst. 
Surg.. Mex. Cent. R. R.. 1899; Gen. practice. 
Morrisonville, 111.. 1899-1905; M. C, U. S. A., 
1905 — . Mem., Faculty and Research Worker, 
Army Med. Sch., 1914-17. In charge, prepara- 
tion of vaccines for U. S. Army and Navy, 1914- 
17; Maj., M. C. U. S. A.. Off. in charge, Field 
Med. Supply Depot, Washington, D. C, 1917—; 
Stationed in Coblenz, Ger., 1921. Auth.: One 
Thousand Wassermann Reactions in the Military 
Service, The Military Surg., 1910; Observations 
Upon the Cure of Syphilis, N. Y. State Jour, of 
Med., Ja 1916; Some General Information Con- 
cerning The Diagnosis and Treatment of Syphilis, 
The Military Surg., S 1910; Some Phases of Ex- 
perimental Syphilis, Jour. A. M. A., D 16, 1916; 
The Eflfect of Soap Upon Treponema Pallidum, 
do., Mr 31, 1917; Experimental Syphilis Produced 
Through Local Applications to Mucous Mem- 
branes, Am. Jour, of Syph., Ap 1917; Early Death 
from Cerebal Syphilis with Successful Rabbit 
Inoculation, Jour. A. M. A.. Je 17, 1916; The Use 
of Arsphenamin in the Treatment of Non-syphi- 
litic Disea.ses, Pi'esented before 1920 meeting of 
A. M. A.; Collaborator of Hazens Syphilis: Fel- 
low, Am. CoU. Surgs.; Mem., A. M. A.; D. C. Med. 
Soc; Army and Navy Club, Manila, P. I.; do., 
Washington, D. C. Married Mabel Milnor, Je 
10. 1909. Litchfield. 111. Child. Alice Milnor, b. 
D 31, 1911. Address, 1731 S St., N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

WILLIAM F. REICH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 11, 1870, Chilton, 
Wis.; s. Charles G. and Anna (Radelt) Reich. 
Prepared in Chilton (Wis.) H. S. M. R. C, World 
War. Mem.. Presby. (Calvary) Church. Mar- 
ried Aline I.ietter. N 30. 1905. Children: Pauline. 
b. S 22, 1906; Eugene, b. D 23. 1909; Katheryn. 
b. D 23, 1913. Address, 376 14th Ave., Milwau- 
kee; bu3. add., 930 Nat. Ave., do. 

RILEY GILBERT RICH 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 13, 1864, Fayette, la.; 
8. Anzelow Everton (b. 1831, Vernon, N. Y.) and 
Isabella (Hazlet) Rich (b. 1837, Sandy Lake. Pa). 
Prepared in West Union (la.) H. S.; Upper la. 
Univ.. Fayette, la. Philomathean. Located at 
Hampton, la., 1899-1901; David City. Neb., 



1901—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 1918; stationed 
at Ft. Riley, Kan. Married Georgia A. Cobb, 
O 19. 1899, Fayette, la. Child, Dorothy Eleanor, 
b. Mr 21. 1903. Address, David City. Neb. 

FREDERICK A. RICHARDS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 14, 1S72, Potosi, 
Wis.; s. WiUiam B. (b. Ja 22, 1834, Cornwall, Kng.) 
and Mary J. (Tyde) Richards (b. Ap 10, 1844, 
do.). Prepared in Whitewood (S. Dak.) H. S.; 
Bayless Business Coll., Dubuque, la.; Univ. of 
la., 1894-95. Grad. work, Chicago Policlinic, 
1913. Located in Whitewood, S. Dak., 1900-19; 
Sturgis, do., 1919—. Mem., Co. Bd. of Health, 
Lawrence Co., 10 yrs. Married, Jl 10, 1901, 
Whitewood, S. Dak. Children: F. Ira. b. My 27, 
1903; Alice R., b. Ag 22, 1906; Paul D., b. S 29, 
1913. Address, Sturgis, S. Dak. 



HERMAN RICHARD RUSSELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 10, 1871, Minn.; s. 
Charles W. and Martha (Lovelace) Russell. Phi 
Rho Sigma. Mem., A. A. O. N. M. S. Married 
Lucile H. Manion, Je 12, 1900. Children: Patrice, 
b. F 4, 1903; Owen, b. Mr 8. 1904. Address, 
Stewartville, Minn. 



♦PHILIP GRAY SANDERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Prepared in 
Detroit H. S. Special work Harper Hosp., De- 
troit, 1 yr. Gen. Med. practice, do. Died Ja 28. 
1920. 

GEORGE FRANCIS SCHEIB 
Specialist; M.D.; b. D 6, 1866, Grove City, 
lU.; s. P. S. Scheib. B.S., Heidelberg Univ., 
Tiffon. O., 1892. Specialist, Eye. Ear, Nose and 
Throat. Married Jennie Drake, 1892. Children: 
Howard G., b. 1893; Donald D., b. 1897; Margaret 
J., b. 1901; Doris and Dorothy (twins), b. 1905. 
Address, 1002 S. Lincoln Ave., Urbana; bus. add.. 
Co-op Bldg., Champaign. 

GUSTAV SCHMITT 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 2, 1862, Milwaukee; s. 
John and Louisa Schmitt. Prepared in Milwau- 
kee H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Milwaukee. Vol., 
Home Serv., World War. Caused the introduc- 
tion of the 1st bill in the Wis. legislature in 1900 
for the establishment of a state Tuberculosis 
Sanatorium; Result was establishment of Wis. 
State Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Wales, Wis., 1907; 
Pres., Wis. Tuberculosis Comn., appointed by 
Robert LaFoUotte on the merits of work of this 
kind. Auth.: Necroscopy and its medico legal 
relations, published by Funk & Wagnalls, New 
York. How can we prevent the spread of Tuber- 
culosis, Proceedings of the Tuberculosis Conven- 
tion at Naples, Italy, 1900, the only article from 
America and the only one written in the Eng. 
language included in the Proceedings. Mem., A. 
F. A. M. Married Ag 6, 1896. Address, 1206 
Walnut St., Milwaukee; bus. add., 722 Sherman 
Bldg., do. 

ALBERT JOHN SCHOENBERG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attending Surg., Evang. 
Deaconess Hosp., Chicago, 1907 — ; Instr., Gyne- 
col.. Coll. of Med., 1910-18; Assoc, Gynecol., do., 
1919—. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Chicago Med. Soc; Miss. Valley Med. Soc. Ad- 
dress, 4521 Beacon St., Chicago; 6ms. add., 747 
Fullerton Ave., do.t 

CHARLES E. SISSON 
Asst. Supt., State Hosp.; M.D.; b. Je 6, 1873, 
Wis. Prepared in West Salem, Wis. Football 
Team; Nu Sigma Nu. With the Norwalk State 
Hosp., Norwalk, Calif., 1921. Lt. Col., M. C, 
U. S. A.. S 1917-S 1919. Address, Norwalk. Calif. 



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♦CLARENCE HOWARD SLIGHTAM 
M.D.; b. S 30, 1877, Madison, Wis.; s. Charles F. 
and Sadie J. (Francomb) Slightem. Prepared in 
Madison (Wis.) H. S. Coach and Capt., Madison 
H. S. Football team; Coach, Coll. of Med. Football 
team; Phi Rho Sigma; Honor Roll. Located in 
Madison, Wis.; Osseo, do.; Eua Claire, do.; Denver; 
Juneau, Alaska. Established the Govt. Hosp., 
Juneau, Alaska, 1910. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Epis. 
Church. Married Marie V. Bushong, Ap 10, 1901, 
Detroit. Children: Howard Bushong, b. Jl 22, 
1902; Franklin Monroe, b. Ja 25, 1904. Died F 
3, 1911i Juneau, Alaska. 

*THURSTON SMITH 
(Brother of Rodney D., '97) 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. N 13, 1866, Bloomington, 
Ind.; s. Addison C. (b. Mr 11, 1827, do.) and Everel- 
la (Hardesty) Smith (b. Ap 16, 1831, do.). Pre- 
pared in Bloomington (Ind.) H. S. Phi Gamma 
Delta. A.B., Indiana Univ., 1894; A.M., do., 
1895. Located in Bloomington, Ind., 1899-1900; 
Contract Surg., U. S. Army, F 1900-F 1902; Capt., 
Vol. Med. Corps., F 1902-F 1903. Mem., Monroe 
Co. Ind. Med. Soc. (Pres.). Died Ja 7, 1912, 
Bloomington, Ind. 

FRANK BELL STEELE 
(Brother of Robert E., '95) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 19, 1874, Pinck 
neyville. 111.; s. Robert Woodside (b. Jl 20, 1834 
Ky.) and Eleanor Jane (Bell) Steele (b. 1838, 
Newtownards, County Down, Ire.). Attended 
So. 111. Norm. Univ.; Ohio Wesleyan Univ., 1891; 
Univ. of Tenn.; Univ. of So. Calif., 1895-97 
Mem., Nu Sigma Nu. Gen. Med. practice, Nephi 
Ut., 1899-1903; Salt Lake City, 1904—. Mem. 
Presby. Church; A. F. A. M. Address, Newhouse 
Hotel, Salt Lake City; bus. add., 806 Boston Bldg., 
do. 

ARTHUR WILLIAM STILLIANS 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 24, 1871; s. Daniel Clark 
and Gertrude Sevmour (Stickney) Stillians. Pre- 
pared in N. W.'Div. H. S., Chicago. Phi Chi; 
Gold Medal for Oratory (H. S.). Intern, Cook Co. 
Hosp., Chicago. Adjunct Prof., Microscopical and 
Chem. Diag., Coll. of Med., 1900-04; Instr., Der- 
matol, and Venereal Diseases, do., 1908-14. Ad- 
visory Bd. 3D, World War. Auth.: Articles on 
Dermatol, and Syphilol. Mem., Epis. Church. 
Married Therese Spiller, Jl 24, 1911, New York. 
Address, 819 E. 50th St., Chicago; bus. add., 104 
S. Michigan Ave., do. 

SAMUEL MARTIN STROHECKER 
M.D.; b. S 23, 1869; s. Herman C. Strohecker 
Prepared in Philadelphia Coll. of Pharm., 1890 
Mem., A. F. A. M., Shrine, Commandery, K. T. 
Blue Lodge. Married Tracy Schaeffor, 1898, Chi- 
cago. Children: Samuel, b. 1900; Franklin, b. 
1903; May, b. 1911; Louis, b. 1908; Edward, b. 
1916. Address, 494 E. 22nd St., N., Portland, 
Ore.; bus. add., Kenton Bank Bldg., do. 

JOHN STUART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1855. A.B., Baliol 
CoU., Oxford, Eng., 1881; Glasgow Univ. Med. 
Sch., 1882-85; Edinburgh Univ. Med. Sch., 1885-86. 
Gen. Med. practice, Monon, Ind. Address, Monon, 
Ind.t 

EUGENE A. SULLIVAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 5, 1876, Rochelle, 
111.; s. Jerimiah Sullivan. Gen. Med. practice, 
Maytown, 111. Married Mary McDonald, Je 19, 
1906, Maytown, 111. Children: John, b. My 26, 
1907; Eugene, b. My 9, 1909; Edward, b. N 26, 
1911; D. J., b. S 9, 1915. Address, Amboy, 111. 

JOHN EMIL SWANSON 

M.D.; b. S 27, 1871, Aledo, 111.; s. John E. (b. 

Hultsfred, Sweden) and Carolina (Johnson) Swan- 

on (b. do.). Prepared in Woodhull H. S. A.B., 



Augustana Coll., Rock Island, 111., 1896. Located 
in Swedona, 111., 1899-1901; Essex, la., 1902-10; 
Sioux City, do., 1910—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; 
Base Hosp., Camp Dodge, la., 018, 1918-Ja 5, 1919; 
Course of training in Surg, and treatment of war 
wounds. Rockefeller Institute for Med. Research, 
New York, Ja 5-27, 1919; Asst. to Chief of Surg. 
Serv., U. S. Gen. Hosp., 2, Ft. McHenry, Md., Ja 
27-My 25, 1919; Reappointed Capt., M. O. R. 
C; Honorable Discharge, Jl 15, 1919. Mem., 
Lutheran Church; A. M. A.; la. State Med. Soc. 
Married My 23, 1899, Wyman, la. Child, John 
Milton, b. O 18, 1900. Address, 1115 Jones St., 
Sioux City, la.; bus. add., 410 Security Bldg., do. 



JOHN RICHARD TAYLOR 
M.D.; Mem., Chicago Unit, a corps of surgeons 
selected by Dr. John B. Murphy for the British 
Govt., spring of 1915. Capt., R. A. M. C, Jl 
1, 1915; with the British forces, since 1915, active 
service in France, Egypt, and England; serving 
in England, 1920 — . Address, 22 Prospect Ave., 
Madison, Wis. 



THEODORE TIEKEN 
(Uncle of Katherin Theilen (Ruckmich). '13, L. & 
A.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 11, 1866, Ger.; s. Fred- 
erick (b. Ger.) and Katherine (Sievers) Tieken. 
Prepared in Coatsburg pub. schs. Ph.G., N. W. 
Univ., 1889; Ph.B., Univ. of Chicago, 1917. 
Adelphic; Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Gold Medal and Valedictorian, N. W. Univ., 1889; 
Gold Medal, and track team, Univ. of 111., 1885-86; 
Curator of Labs., Coll. of Med., 1896-98; Fellow 
in Pathol., Rush Med. Coll., 1900-01; first rank 
in attending staff, tech. exam., 1906 and 1913. 
Intern, Cook Co. Hosp., 1899-1900; Vienna, 1901- 
02; State Civil Service Med. Examiner during 
Deneen administration. Chief Med. Examiner of 
U. S. A. Advisory Bd., Chicago, 1917-18. Auth. : 
Annular Pancreas, Am. Med., 1901; Removal of 
Enlarged and Misplaced Spleen, Webster and 
Tieken, Jour, of A. M. A., 1903; Cryoscopy, two 
yrs. Fellowship Work, including over five hundred 
cases, Am. Med., 1905; Functional Activity of the 
Kidney, Med. Recorder, 1904; Pathogenesis of 
Ascites, III. Med. Jour., 1906; Bacteriol. of In- 
fluenza, Jour. A. M. A., 1908; Arteriosclerosis, 
Clinical and Pathologic Study, III. Med. Jour., 
1913; Formalin Injection as a Prevention in Tuber- 
culosis, Chicago Pathol. Soc. Annals, Fischer and 
Fisken, 1902; Addisons Disease, Am. Jour. Med. 
Sc, Vol. 152, 1916; Function of Adrenal Glands, 
Med. and Surg., 1918; Mediastinal Tumors, Am. 
Jour. Med. Sc. (in print). Papers presented to 
Chicago Med. Soc. and med. socs. in different 
parts of State. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. Med. Assn.; 
Chicago Med. Soc; Soc. of Internal Med.; Chi- 
cago Inst, of Med.; Univ. Club. Married Bessie 
Chapman, S 11, 1901, Sigel, 111. Children: Helen, 
b. N 16, 1902; Robert, b. D 12, 1904; Elizabeth, 
b. 1908 (died 1908); Theodore, Jr., b. Mr 30, 1909. 
Address, 2944 Washington Blvd., Chicago; 6ms. 
add., 30 N. Michigan Ave., do. 



EDMUND WALTER TIMM 
Gynecol, and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 28, 1875, New 
Holstein, Wis.j s. H. and Augusta (Muenster) 
Timm. Prepared in Kiel (Wis.) H. S. Ph.G., 
N. W. Univ., 1895. Gen. Med. and Surg, prac- 
tice, Milwaukee. Mem., A. F. A. M.; K. P.; 
B. P. O. E. Married Mr 14, 1901, Milwaukee. 
Child, Audrey, b. Jl 7, 1903. Address, 922 1st 
and Wright Sts., Milwaukee; bus. add., 803 Holton 
St., do. 



*JOHN HAROLD TURNER 
Phys. and Surg. ; M.D.; b. 1873. B.A., Prince- 
ton Univ., 1894. Formerly located in Corning, 
la. Died Mr 15, 1902, Pueblo, Colo. 



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JAMES LAWSON WALSH 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 4. 1871, Oswego, N- 
Y.; s. Charles A. (b. Ap 13. 1843, Fishkill, N. Y.) 
and Sarah A. (b. Newburgh, N. Y.)- Prepared 
in Mich. Agr. Coll., ISSS. Located in Iron Hiver, 
Mich., 1913-18; Detroit, 1918—. 1st Lt., M. B. 
C, U. S. A.. Jl 10, 1917-Ap 18, 1918. Mem., A. 
F. A. M. Married Ella Janet Boyd, Ag 19, 1900, 
Bay Citv, Mich. Child, Kathryn Sarah, b. Ap 
15, 1907. Address, 4401 Fort St., W., Detroit. 



EDWARD MATHIAS WANISEK 
Physician; M.D.; s. Mathias (b. 1852, Czecho- 
slovakia) and Barbara (Wackar) Wanisek (b. 
1854, do.). Prepared in Chicago H. S. Med. 
practice, Chicago, 20 yrs.; State Med. Examiner 
for Am. Ins. Union. Vol. Serv., Med. Corps., U. 
S. A. Address, 1232 N. Sawyer Ave., Chicago. 



CARL ERNST L. WEBER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. N. W. Univ. 

Med. Sch., 1896-97; Univ. of Mich., Pharm. Dept., 

1892-94. Formerly located in Chicago. Address, 

311 Locust St., Toledo, O.f 



ERNEST AUGUST WEICHBRODT 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 28, 1869; Phys., Chicago. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., Oriental Consistory. Address, 
4636 N. Central Park Ave., Chicago; 6ms. add., 
558 W. North Ave., do. 



JOHN VALENTINE WENZEL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 27, 1876, LaCrosse, Wis.; 
s. Andrew and Anna (Schmidt) Wenzel. Prepared 
in La Crosse (Wis.) H. S. and N. W. Univ. Sch. of 
Pharm. Married Edith Edwards, 1905. Chil- 
dren: John, b. 1912; Anna, b. 1917. Address, 
Ashland, Wis. 



JAMES WILLIAM WHERRY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1860. B.S., la. 
Wesleyan Univ., 1882; M.S., do., 1885; Creighton 
Med. Coll., 1896-98. Formerly located in Mt. 
Pleasant, 111.; Long Beach, Calif. Retired from 
active practice, 1918. Address, Harper, Calif. t 



EUGENE RUDOLPH WHITMORE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874., Univ. of Wis., 
1896. Formerly located in Lancaster, Wis.; Ad- 
junct Prof., Chem., CoU. of Med., 1898-1900. 
Lt. Col., M. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, 1108 I6th St., N. W., Washington, D. C.t 



LEROY ALVIN WILSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 21, 1875, Monroe- 
ville, O.; 8. Hardy and Mary (Worwell) Wilson. 
Prepared in LaPorte H. S. Baseball Team, Coll. 
of Med., 1896-98. Mem., 1st Presby. Church; 
Michigan City Rotary Club. Married Harriet 
Tra\'is, 1900. Child, Robert, b. Jl 10, 1903. 
Address, 201 E. 5th St., Michigan City, Ind. 



EDW\\RD CLARK WINANS 
Specialist; M.D.; b. S 24, 1869; s. Richard and 
Sarah (Atkinson) Winans. Prepared in Benton 
Harbor Coll. A.B., Univ. of Mich., 1893. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Asst. Surg., 111. State Charitable Ear 
and Eye Infirmary, 18 yrs.; Chief Aurist, Rhino- 
logist, Laryngologist, 111. Cent. R. R. System. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; Congr. Church; Chicago Acad, 
of Med. (Fellow). Married Leone L. Fancher, 
1907. Children: Helen, b. 1911; Edward James, 
b. 1919. Address, 6223 Blackstonc Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 907-31 N. State St., do. 

GLENN WOOD 
(Half-Brother to Byron A. Slade,'82, B.S. in Chem.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 2, 1872, Sycamore, 
111.; 8. Thos. H. (b. S 3, 1S22, Randolph, Vt.) 
and Catherine H. (Allen) Wood (b. Ap 29, 1835, 
East Berne, N. Y.). Nu Sigma Nu. Phys., 
Chicago and Med. Dir., 111. Life Ins. Co. Mem., 
A. M. A.; 111. St. Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; 
Assn. of Life Ins. Med. Dirs. of Am. Married 
Ja 1, 1901, Evansville, Ind. Address, 1024 Catal- 
pa Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 10 S. La Salle St., do. 



WILLIAM KRIEBEL YEAKEL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; B.S. in Sci., 1895; b. 
Ja 27, 1865, Hereford, Pa.; s. John (b. N 21, 1823, 
Hosensack, Pa.) and Lydia (Kriebel) Yeakel (b. 
Mr 8, 1829, Quinet, Pa.). Prepared in Polo H. 
S.; Nat. Hist. Soc; Adelphic; Y. M. C. A. For- 
merly teacher of Physiol, and Nat. Scis., Paxton, 
111. H. S., 1894-95; Prin., do., 1896; Prof., Histol., 
Pathol., and Bacteriol., Omaha Med. Coll., 1902; 
Gen. Med. practice, 1899^. Mem., A. M. A.; 
Chicago Med. Soc; A. F. A. M., Myrtle Lodge 
795, St. Elmo Commandery 65 K. T., Irving Park 
Chapter 195, R. A. M.; Baptist Church; Chicago 
Med. Soc. Married Mabel E. Robinson, D 27, 
1899, Beloit, Wis. Children: Willard Robinson, 
b. Ag 20, 1901; Helen Lydia, b. Ap 7, 1903. Ad- 
dress, 4207 N. Keeler Ave., Chicago. 

SALLY YINGST (HOWELL) 
(Wife of James A. S. Howell, '91) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 31, 1876, Peoria, 
111.; d. Alfred and Ann (Kelley) Yingst. Prepared 
in Peoria H. S.; Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Coll., 1905-06. Nu Sigma Phi; Valedic- 
torian, H. S. Phys. and Surg., and Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat Specialist. Married James A. 
S. Howell, Ap 30, 1900. Child, James A. S., Jr., 
b. 1905. Address, 28-30 Hubbard BIdg., Elgin, 
111. 

KASIMIR AMBROSE ZURAWSKI 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870; Jenner Med- 
Coll., 1896-97; Ph.G., Kieff, Rus. Pharm., 111., 
1892-97; Clin Instr., Dermatol., Coll. of Med., 
1898-1906; Prof., Dermatol., Bennett Med. Coll.; 
Attending Dermatol., Providence, West Side, and 
Peoples Hosps., Chicago. Mem., Am. Urol. Soc; 
Chicago Urol. Soc; A. M. A. Address, 1505 W. 
Garfield Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 4658 S. Ash- 
land Blvd., do.t 



DEGREE AD EUNDEM 



WILLIAM AUGUSTUS EVANS 

Phys. and Writer; M.D.; b. Ag 5, 1865, Marion, 
Ala.; s. William Augustus and Julia Josephine 
(Wyatt) Evans. B.S., Agr. and Mechanical Coll., 
Miss., 1883; M.S., do., 1898; M.D., Tulane Univ., 
La., 1885; D.Ph., Univ. of Mich., 1911. Gen. 
Med. practice, 188.5 — ; Demonstrator, Pathol., 
Coll. of Med., 1891-95; Prof., do., 189.>-1908; 
Supt.. Labs, and Prof., Pathol., do., 1898-1906. 



Health Comn., Chicago, 1907-11; Prof., Hygiene. 
N. W. Univ. Med. Sch., 1908. Ed., Health Dept., 
Chicago Daily Tribune. Mem., Baptist Church; 
Nat. Soc for Study and Prevention of Tuberculo- 
sis; 111. Soc. for Prevention of Tuberculosis (Pres.); 
Am. Pub. Health Assn.; A. M. A.; Chicago Med. 
Soc. (Pres., 1892-93). Married Ida May Wilken- 
son, N 20, 1907, Chicago. Address, 2331 Common- 
wealth Ave., Chicago; bus. add., %Chicago Daily 
Tribmie, do. 



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CLASS OF 1900 (114 LIVING, 22 DEAD) 



ARCHIBALD JOHN ALCORN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 21, 1867, Earl- 
ville, IlL; s. Joseph A. and Jane (Marshall) Alcorn. 
Prepared in Earlville Pub. Schs.; N. W. Coll.; 
111. State Normal Univ. Gen. Med. and Surg, 
practice. Mem., M. E. Church; A. M. A.; 111. 
State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; Phys. Fel- 
lowship Club; Med. Dir. Chicago Nat. Life Ins. 
Co. Married Jessie Wells, 1S93, Pleasant Hill, 
111. Children; Kent, b. 189S; Marshall, b. 1904; 
Marjorie, b. 1908. Address, 2022 N. Tripp Ave., 
Chicago. 

ELMER K. AVERY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 23, 1875, Parma, Mich. 



Prepared in Parma (Mich.) H. 
Washington Blvd., Chicago. 



Address, 1959 



MARGARET McCONNELL BABCOCK 
(MELOY) 
(Wife of John Earle Meloy, M.D., '00) 
Gynecologist; M.D.; b. 1878. Univ. of Mich., 
Med. Dept., 1896-98; Honor Roll, Coll. of Med., 
1900. Formerly located in Warren, Pa. Mar- 
ried John Earle Meloy, ('00), 1901. Address, 
Lehman Bldg., Peoria. t 

♦EDMUND JOSEPH BALL 

M.D.; b. 1864. Mem., Bd. of Health, Misha- 

waka, Ind. Died Ja 10, 1916, West Baden, Ind. 

EDWARD FRANCIS BESSER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
St. Francis Coll., Quincy, 111.; la. Coll. of Phys. 
and Surg., Des Moines, 1896-99. Formerly lo- 
cated in Harper, la. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
Newton, la.t 

JOHN RASMUSSEN BIRKELUND 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Prepared in 

Danish Gymnasium, Aashur, Denmark; Akaska 

Ophthalmic and Gen. Hosp. Med. Sch., Tokio, 

Japan. Formerly of Racine, Wis.f 

FRED CURTIS BLACKWELDER 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 17, 1875, Litchfield, 111.; 
s. James F. (b. Ag 2, 1841, Litchfield, 111.) and Grace 
(Frick) Blackwelder (b. Ag 7, 1842, Muncy, Pa.). 
Prepared in Litchfield H. S. B.S., DePauw Univ., 
1897. Delta Upsilon; Phi Rho Sigma; Honor 
Roll, Coll. of Med. Physician, Litchfield, 111. 
Address, 603 Monroe St., Litchfield, 111.; 6ms. add., 
120 W. Ryder St., do. 

MAX EMANUEL BLOCH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 13, 1873, Roggen- 
stein, Bavaria, Ger.; s. Rosa (Lederer) Bloch. 
Prepared in Real Sch., Weiden, Bavaria, Ger., 
and Gymnasium, Regensburg, do. Mem., Lake- 
view Lodge, 774 A. F. A. M.; United Order of 
Foresters (Med. Examiner); Chicago Bavarian 
See.; Schwabian Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. 
State Med. Soc. Address, 1843 Addison St., 
Chicago. 

CLYDE ALLISON BOICE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 6, 1877, Ainsworth, 
la.; s. James C. (b. S 12, 1846, O.) and Mary E. 
(Crawford) Boice (b. O 1, 1848, CrawfordsviUe, 
la.). Prepared in Washington (la.) H. S. and 
Acad. Mem. of Med. Exemption Bd. for Wash- 
ington Co., Je 30, 1917-Mr 1, 1919. Auth.: 
Various articles on med. subjects. Mem., la. 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married, Mr 25, 1902, 
Washington, la. Children: Mary Myrtle, b. 1903; 
William Allison, b. 1905; Ruth Sevilia, b. 1907; 
Clyde Latta, b. 1914. Address, Washington, la. 



ARTHUR GUSTAVUS BOSLER 
Specialist; M.D.; b. S 1, 1869; s. Mary (Higi) 
Bosler. Prepared in Burlington (la.) H. S. 
Specialist, Childrens Diseases. Capt., M. C, 
World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; C. 
M. S. (Sec, Englewood Branch, 1912-18, Pres.. 
do., 1919-20). Ed., The News Letter, 1912-18; 
Auth. of various Poems. Married Selma Linden. 
Child, Dorothy V., b. My 28, 1906. Address, 
720 W. 61st St., Chicago. 

ARTHUR BREMKEN 
M.D.; b. N 28, 1874, Ger.; s. Charles Bremken, 
Co. Health Off., Cass Co., Mich.; Health Off., 
Pine River, do. Mem., I. O. O. F.; B. P. O. E. 
Auth.: Probable Primary Cancer of the Lungs. 
Am. Jour. Med. Scieyices. Married Maude Poole, 
Je 11, 1904. Child, Robert, b. D 20, 1905. Ad- 
dress, Pine River, Minn. •; 

HADLEY CYPRIAN BROWN 

Physician; M.D.; b. N 7, 1875, Louisa Co., la.; 
s. S. C. and Ruth A. (Hamlet) Brown. Prepared 
in Columbus Jet. (la.) H. S.; Maryville Coll. 
(Tenn.), 1893-94 and 1894-95. Chief of Med. 
Serv., El Reno Sanatorium, El Reno, Okla. Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., Camp Funston, Kan. Mem., 
A. F. A. M. Married Mary Victoria Burhaus, 
D 3, 1910, Kingfisher, Okla.; Children: John W., 
b. D 16, 1911; Francis Donald, b. O 26, 1914. 
Address, 321 S. Roberts St., El Reno. Okla.; bus. 
add., 203 E. Wade St., do. 

*EDWARD LAWRENCE BURKE 
M.D.; b. Je 6, 1873, Owatonna, Minn.; s. Ed- 
mond Burke. Prepared in Fergus Falls (Minn.) 
H. S. Gen. Med. practice, Vining, Minn., 1900- 
02; Culdesac, Idaho, 1902-08; Vollmer, do., 1908- 
17; Culdesac, do., 1917-18. Mem., Co. Med. 
Soc; State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; A. F. A. M.; K. 
P.; I. O. O. F.; B. P. O. E.; W. O. W. Married 
Mae M. Thayer, Jl 24, 1905, Lyons, Ore. Chil- 
dren: Edward L., Jr., b. F 12, 1907; Anna Louise, 
b. Ja 13, 1909. Died My 18, 1918, Culdesac, 
Idaho. 

CLARK ASAHEL BUSWELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 8, 1870, Eagle 
Point, 111.; s. Joel B. (b. Barton, Vt.) and Laura 
V. (Shoemaker) Buswell (b. Eagle Point, 111.). 
Prepared in Cornell Coll. Phys., No. 111. State 
Hosp. for the Insane, Elgin, 111., 1900-02; located 
in Freeport, do., 1902-03; Chicago, 1903 — ; Surg., 
Ravenswood, Hosp. Auth . : Appendicitis from 
the Standpoint of the Ordinarj' Surgeon, III. Med. 
Journal, 1916; The Intravenous Administration 
of Salvarson in the Treatment of Syphilis, do., 
Ja 1914, Chicago; Physicians Fees, do., Ap 1920; 
Post Operation Volvulus, do., 1918. Mem., Chi- 
cago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 
Am. Coll. of Surgs. Married Emma Rink, N. 
4, 1903, Elgin, 111. Children: Clark J., b. Jl 9, 
1907; Robert R., b. Je 11, 1911. Address, 4455 
N. Ashland Ave., Chicago. 

WILLIAM WILSON CASSIDY 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in Wabash 
(Minn.) H. S. Surg., Durand, Wis. Mem., A. 
M. A. Address, Durand, Wis.t 

EDWIN OTIS CHURCH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Jefferson H. S., Chicago; Harvey Med. Coll., 
1896-98. Gen. Med. practice; formerly located 
in Chicago. Address, Revillo, S. Dak.t 

MARSHALL GRANT CLANCY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Attended 
N. W. Univ. Med. Sch., 3 yrs. Address, 1601 W. 
Garfield Blvd., Chicago.t 



Dr. I). A. K. Steele 

One of the founders of the College of Medicine, and for many years 
Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery 



1900] 



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ORSON WHITNEY CLARK 
Physician: M.D.; b. S G, 1873; s. Orson and 
Emma L. (Sylvester) Clark. Married Anna I. 
Gray, Je 17, 1903. Ogden, la. Children: Murray, 
b. Jl l'\ 1904; Catherine, b. S 15, 1908: Jeanctte, 
b. Ap 6, 1916. Address. Ogden, la. 

BURTON ROBISON CORBUS 
Physician: M.D.; B.S., 1900: b. D 30, 1875, 
Mendota. 111.; s. William I. (b. 1843. Ohio) and 
Clarissa M. ^Robison) Corbus (b. 1845, 111.). Pre- 
pared in LaSalle H. S. Nu Sigma Nu; Roll of 
Honor. Grad. work, Berlin and Vienna, 1903-04; 
London and Berlin, 1910. Located in Chicago 
1900-02; Alma. Mich.. 1902-00; Grand Rapids. 
190t>— ; Ex. Staff, Blodgett Memorial Hosp., 
Grand Rapids. Mich.; Staff, Butterworth Hosp.. 
do. Maj.. M. C, U. S. A.. Je 191S-My 1919. 
Auth.: yarious articles in med. jours. Mem.. A. 
M. A.; Am. Soc. of Endocrinology; Miss. Valley 
Med. Assn.; Tri-State Med. Soc; Am. Coll. Phys. 
(Fellow). Address, 103 College Ave.. N. E.. 
Grand Rapids. Mich.; bus. add., Metz Bldg., do. 

♦JOHN FRANCIS CROWLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 2. 1868. New Y'ork; 
s. James and Eliza Crowley. Prepared in Pub. 
Sch. Home. LaSalle. 111. Mem.. Exemption Bd.. 
World War. Married O 4, 1904, Chicago. Died 
O 22, 1921, Chicago. 

JOHN THAYER CULVER 
M.D., bus. add., 3500 Second Ave., Sacramento, 
Calif. 

ASA NATHAN DeVAULT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Attended 
Harvey Med. Coll., 1896-98. Ph.G., N. W. Univ. 
Sch. of Pharm. Formerly located in Martins 
Ferry, la.; Instr., Laryngol., Rhinol., and Otol., 
Coll. of Med., 1902-10. Address. 310 S. Hamlin 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 22 E. Washington St. and 
925 Blue Island Ave., do.t 

CHARLES ALLEN DeVOE 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 28, 1872, Fond du Lac, 
Wis.; s. Allen and Ruth E. (Ferris) DeVoe. Pre- 
pared in Oakfield (Wis.) H. S. Formerly located 
in Rosendale. Wis. Married Nina M. Walker. 
S 12. 1903. Postville. la. Chilldren: Allen W.; 
Dorothy M. Address, Berlin, Wis. 

FELIX ALBERT DOLAN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended 

Creighton Med. Coll., 1895-96; Rush Med. Coll., 

1896-98. Formerly located in Missouri Valley, 

la. Address, Sheridan, Wyo.t 

JOSEPH PATRICK DONOVAN 
Specialist: M.D.; b. Ap 4, 1874, Madison, Wis.; 
s. Anthony and Slary (Cody) Donovan. Pre- 
pared in Univ. of Wis. Phi Rho Sigma. Specia- 
list, Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Examiner on 
Draft Bd., World War. Married Edith Nelson, 
Ag 9, 1904, Madison. Wis. Children: Joseph, b. 
1905; Anthony, b. 1907; William, b. 1910. Ad- 
dress, 341 W. Wash. Ave.. Madison. Wis. 

GUY GRIGSBY DOWDALL 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Mr 9. 1875. Peoria; s. Col. 
W. T. Dowdall. Prepared in Univ. of Mo.. 1897. 
Grad. work, Univ. of Vienna, two yrs.; hosp. 
work, Chicago. Dist. Surg., 111. Central R. R., 
Clinton. 111.. 1901-09; .Asst. to Dr. John B. Mur- 
phy, Chicago, 1909-11; Chief Surg., Ill Central 
R. R.. 1911. Mem.. Am. Coll. of Surg. Married 
in 1905. Address, .5414 Cornell Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 135 Park Row, do.t 

WILLIAM FRANCIS DRYDEN 

Phy.sician: M.D.; b. F 7. 1871; s. David and 
Eliza J (McKillips) Dryden. Prepared in West 
Div. H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Gen. Med. 
practice. Chicago. Mem.. Epis. Church; K. P.; 
A. F A. M. Married Edith E. Howell. Chil- 



dren: Byron G.; Robert H. Address, 5200 War- 
ner Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 1900 Addison St.. do. 

ORA BERTON DUNHAM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Harvey Med. 
Coll., 3 yrs. Address, Brawley, Calif.t 

♦ROBERT JONES DYSART 
M.D.; b 1873. A.sst. Phys., State Hosp. for 
Insane, Winnebago. Wis. Died My 25, 1914 
Winnebago, Wis. 

CALVIN SYLVESTER EARLY 
M.D.; b. O 4, 1873, Beaver Dam, O.; s. A. and 
Sarah (Miller) Early. Ph.G., Ohio No. Univ., 
1897; B.S.. do., 1898. Alpha Kappa Kappa; 
Mem., Epis. Church. Married Kathcrine Gee, 
1906. Child, Sarah, b. Mr 25. 1912. Address, 
Camden, Ark. 

♦SARA THOMAS ELLIOTT 
M.D.; b. 1868. Located in Lake Worth, Fla.; 
later at Waukesha, Wis. Mem.. A. M. A. Died 
N 26, 1913, Miami City, Fla. 

NELLIE CAT>ISTA FLINT 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 22, 1865, Hazel Green, 
la.; d. Christopher Liman (b. Je 30, 1825. Spring- 
field, N. Y.) and Florence Cahita (Holt) FUnt. 
Prepared in Oberlin Coll. B.S.. Drake Univ., 
1896; M.D., Habenmann Med. Coll., 1899. For- 
merly located in Geneseo, 111. Mem., Vol. Med. 
Reserve Corps. Address, Jennings, la. 

GEORGE ALBERT FLIPPIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 8, 1868, Point 
Isabel!, O.; s. C. A. and Mary (Anderson) Flippin. 
Prepared in Univ. of Neb. L.H. on Univ. Foot- 
ball Team, five yrs.; L. H. and Tackle on P. & 
S. Team, four yrs.; Capt.-Elect, Univ. of Neb. 
Team, 1895; Worlds Champion Coll. Shot Put, 
two yrs. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice; Owner 
and Mgr. of a 20-room Hospital, Mawood. Mem., 
Univ. Med. Soc. (V. P.). Married Mestina E. 
Larson, D 19, 1910, Logan, la. Address, Stroms- 
burg, Neb. 

JOHN PETER FREEMAN 
M.D.; b. Ag22, 1876, Minn.; s. Robert (b. 1840. 

Eng.) and Louisa (Bergett) Freeman (b. 1848. 

Sweden). Prepared in Northwood (la.) H. S.; 

Univ. of la., 1896-98. Located in Emmons. 

Minn., 6 yrs.; Glenville, do., 1906 — . Capt., M. 

C, U. S. A., Ag 11-D 11, 1918. Married Agnes L. 

Westrum, D 11, 1914, Cambridge, 111. Child, 

John Robert, b. D 27, 1918. Address, Glenville, 

Minn. 

ROE GEORGE GALE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876; M.D., Univ. 

Med. Coll., Kansas City, Mo., 1899. Formerly 

located at Diller, Neb.; Gackle, N. Dak. Address, 

Hermiston, Ore.f 

EDWARD ARTHUR GANSEL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 

Milwaukee Norm. Sch., 1894. Class Honors, 

Coll. of Med.. 1900. Intern, Emergency Hosp. 

Ed., Clin. Dept., Plexus. Died 1901, Chicago. 

ARTHUR HENRY GEIGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 6, 1878, Chicago; 
s. Henry (b. Baden, Ger.) and Emma (Himilleau) 
Geiger (b. do.). Prepared in Chicago Manual Tr. 
Sch., and Chicago .\theneum. Grad. work in Lon- 
don, Vienna and Berlin. 1st Lt., M. O. R. C, 
U. S. A., Je 1916; do., M. C. U. S. A.. Mr 1917. 
Auth.: Syphilis of Nose and Throat. III. Med. 
Jour., Vol. XXXVI, 1919; Nephritis due to Ton- 
sillar Pathol., Munchener Medirinsche Wochens- 
chrifl. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc. (Councilor); 
111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Hamilton Club. 
Chicago. Married Margaret Chaffee, Mr 11, 1911, 
Liverpool. Eng. Address, 554 Fullerton Parkway, 
Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Washington St.. do. 



University of Illinois 



[1900 



ABEL BENSON GEORGE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Pawnee City (Neb.) H. S.; (State Univ. of la., 
Coll. of Med., 1896-98. Formerly of Centerville, 
la.; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, Red 
Oak, do. M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem., Neb. State 
Med. Soc. Address, West Burlington, la.t 

CLIFFORD F. GILMORE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 15, 1871, Chesterland, 
O.; s. Weller S. (b. Jl 3, 1848, Chesterland, O.) 
and Tira (Arnes) Gilmore (b. S 13, 1850, do.). 
Prepared in Oberlin Acad., 1890-92. B.S., Ober- 
lin Coll., 1897. Phi Delta Literary Soc. Mem., 
Geauga Co. Med. Soc. (Pres. 1915). Married 
Preida Koons, S 9, 1909, Medina, O. Child, Edna 
Irene, b. Jl 21, 1910. Address, Chesterland, O. 

HENRY FRENCH GOODWIN 
Minister; M.D.; b. Ap 25, 1863, Rockford, 111.; 
s. Henry M. and Martha (French) Goodwin. 
Prepared in Rockford, H. S. and Schs. of Leipsic, 
Saxony. B.A., Olivet Coll., 1884. Pastor, 1st 
Congr. Church, Lombard, 111., 1890-95; Postgrad, 
work, Yale Univ., 1889-90; Munich, Bavaria, 1913. 
Located in Chicago, 1901 — . Med. Advisor, World 
War. Address, 6021 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago. 

SARA ELAINE GREENFIELD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. N. W. Univ. 
Womans Med. Coll., 1897-98. B.A., Univ. of Kan., 
1897. Formerly located at Sabetha, Kan. Clin. 
Pathologist, Topeka, Kan. Address, 1105 W. 
10th St., Topeka, Kan.f 

WENDELL B. GRINNELL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Oshkosh (Wis.) Norm. Sch., 3 yrs.; Milwaukee 
Med. Coll., 1896-98. Honor Roll, Coll. of Med., 
1900. Formerly located in Fredonia, Wis. Ad- 
dress, Preston, Minn.t 

LOUIS JOSEPH HALLOIN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 23, 1868, Kewaunee Co., 
Wis.; s. Joseph and Adel (Bousman) Halloin. 
Prepared in State Norm. Sch., Oshkosh, Wis. 
Teacher, 1888-96; Gen. Med. practice, 1900—. 
Mem., Lodge 174, A. F. A. M. Married Laura 
Thiry, O 7, 1905, Green Bay, Wis. Children: 
Louis Joseph, Jr., b. Je 24, 1906; Frank J., b. 
Jl 25, 1908; Laura A., b. Je 19, 1910; Sidney D., 
b. My 13, 1915; Grace S., b. Ag 3, 1916. Address, 
R. F. D. 1, Casco, Wis. 

HOWARD BROWNLEE HAMILTON 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 15, 1874, Washington, 
la.; s. Wm, J., (b. 1844, Ireland) and Nancy Jane 
(Souter) Hamilton (b. 1846, Washington, la.). 
Prepared in Washington (la.) Academy. A.B., 
Monmouth Coll., 1897. Class Editor. Stud., 
Harvard, 1914, Univ. of Minn., 1919, and Washing- 
ton Univ., 1920. Gen. Med. practice, Ainswortb, 
la., 1900-10; Omaha, Neb., 1910—. Mem., A. 
M. A.; Neb. -la. Pediatric Soc; Central States, do. 
Married Olive A. McClanahan, 1904, Monmouth, 
111. Address, 846 Brandeis Theater, Omaha, Neb. 

WILBUR 8. HAMILTON 

M.D.; b. Mr 3, 1872, Jacksonville, 111.; s. Samuel 

H. and Mary J. (Renton) Hamilton. Married 

Winifred Bobbins, Ap 17, 1895. Address, 614- 

620 Central Trust Bldg., San Antonio, Tex. 

ROBERT ROY HAMPTON 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 19, 1875, Box Elder Co., 
Utah; s. Benjamin (b. Philadelphia) and Adelaide 
E. (Grant) Hampton (b. Mount Airy, N. Car.). 
Prepared in Salt Lake City (Utah) H. S. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Located in Santa Barbara, Mex., 
1901-05; Studied in Vienna, 1905-06; Salt Lake 
City, Utah, 1906—. Maj., M. C, U. S. A.; 
active serv., Jl 1917-Mr 1919; overseas serv. with 
3rd Aviation Instruction center, Issoudun, Indre, 
Fr.; 1st Am. Flight Surg, in Fr. Mem., Salt Lake 



Co. Med. Soc; Urah State Med. Soc; A. M. A.: 
Pacific Coast Oto-Ophthalmolog. Soc; Am. Ear, 
Nose and Throat Soc Married Margaret Howat 
Hampton, D 29, 1900, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Children: Jane Grant, b. Ja 11, 1904; Robert Ray, 
Jr., b. D 14, 1912. Address, 5. 7th East St., Salt 
Lake City, Utah; bus. add., 806 Boston Bldg., do. 

HENRY GEORGE HART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Chicago 
Athenaeum. Address, 4346 Vincennes Ave., Chi- 
cago.}: 

♦CLARENCE WRIGHT HEATH 
Oculist and Instr.; M.D.; b. 1871. Oculist to 
the Erring Womans Refuge of Reform and St. 
Josephs Hosp.; Instr., Ophthalmol., Chicago Poli- 
clinic and Hosp. Mem., A. M. A. Died Ja 16, 
1911, Mercy Hosp., Benton Harbor, Mich. 

*ROBERT BRUCE HIXSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 1, 1874, Burhngton, la.; 
s. Avery W. (b. 1846) and Martha (Long) Hixson 
(b. 1849, O.). Prepared in Herman (Minn.) H. 
S. and Curtiss Bus. Coll., Minneapolis. Phi Rho 
Sigma. Gen. Med. practice. Elbow, Minn., My- 
N, 1900; Cambridge, Minn., 1900-10. Local Surg., 
Great No. Ry., do.; Chm., Local Bd. of Health; 
Phys., Isanti Co. Mem., A. M. A. Married 
Minerva Barker, S 6, 1905, Cambridge, Minn. 
Children: Manford Bruce, b. Jl 1, 1906; Margaret, 
b. O 12, 1907; Charles Ethelbert, b. S 28, 1909 
(died D 22, 1910). Died Ag 22, 1910, Cambridge, 
Minn. 

EDWARD PERCIVAL HUMMEL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 15, 1873, Waterloo, 
la.; s. Francis Marion (b. F 22, 1851, Shamokin 
Dam, Pa.) and Mary Elizabeth (Bubb) Hummel 
(b. F 22, 1856, Williamsport, Pa.). Prepared in 
La Porte City (la.) H. S.; Williamsport (Pa.) 
Cml. Coll.; Waterloo (la.) Collegiate Institute. 
Pres. of Class of '00. Gen. Med. practice in Dy- 
sart, la., 1900-01; do., Charles City, la., 1901-17; 
Gen. Med. practice, Sterling, Colo., 1917 — . 
Course in Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Coll., 1915. Mem,, M. E. Church, 1886—; Supt. 
Sunday Sch.; Mem., Official Board, Logan Co. 
Sunday Sch., 1919-20, (Pres.); Colo. State Sunday 
Sch., (3rd. V. P.); Floyde Co. (la.) Med. Soc, 
(Pres.) 1916; Logan Co., do., 1916; Odd Fellow, 
(Past Grand) 1906 — . Married B. Clementine 
Fuller, D 1900, La Porte Citv, la. (died Mr 1907); 
Theoda May Freiholtz, N 1910, Charles City, la. 
Children: Beatrice Leone, b. O 12, 1901; Marion 
Fuller, b. Ja 2, 1903; Leah Esther, b. N 1904. 
Address, 113 Beattie St., Sterhng, Colo.; bus. add.. 
Farmer's Nat'l. Bank Bldg., do. 

EVERETT MAY HURST 
M.D.; b. O 26, 1874, Greencastle, Ind.; s. Wil- 
liam and Mattie A. (Dorsett) Hurst. Prepared 
in Greencastle (Ind.) H. S. Mem., K. P. ; Christian 
Church. Married Eliza M. Herod, S 23, 1900, 
Greencastle, Ind. Address, Cloverdale, Ind. 

*EDWARD EVERETT HYDE 
Editor; M.D.; b. Ja 19, 1875, Galesburg, 111.; 
s. Azariah and Maria L. (Everett) Hyde. Pre- 
pared in Knox Coll., Galesburg, 111. Ordained 
to the Christian Ministry, Je 15, 1900; Med. Mis- 
sionarv, Caroline Islands, F 1901-02; Asst. Ed., 
Jour. A. M. A., Chicago, F 1902-13. Acting Ed., 
Daily Bui. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Chicago Med. Soc; Wilmette Congr. Church 
(Deacon). Died Jl 4, 1913, Wilmette, 111. 

SIEGFRIED JACKSON 
(Formerly Siegfried Jakubowski) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 19, 1875, Lissa, 
Ger.; s. Louis and Rose (Nehal) Jackson. Pre- 
pared in Gymnasium Sch., Ger. Phi Rho Sigma; 
Scholarship, 1897, 1898. Instr., Med., Coll. of 
Med., 1906-10. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Lutheran 



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Church. Married Mabel Lambert. Jl 20, 1910, 
Chicago. Child, Edward S.. b. S 3, 1917. Ad- 
dress, 2S53 Burling St., Chicago; bus. add., 551 
Beldeu Ave., do. 

JAMES ARTHUR JENNINGS 
Phys. and Surs.; M.D.; b. 1865; M.D., Bennett 
Med. Coll.. 1898. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
311 S. Sacramento Blvd., Chicago; bus: add., 31 
N. State St., do.t 

ROBERT MOORE JOHNSTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Formerly of 
Upper St. Clair, Pa. 

*GUY HENRY JUST 
SpeciaUst; M.D.; b. 1876. Rush Med. Coll., 
1896-98; Specialist, Obstetrics, Pukawana, S. 
Dak.; Chm,, Brule Co. Bd. of Health. Mem., 
A. M. A. Died N 9, 1918. 

ALONZO BLACKBURN KIRK 
Retired Physician; M.D.; b. My 16, 1S70, Win- 
chester, O.; 8. James B. and Elvira (Ridgeway) 
Kirk. B.S., Valparaiso Univ., 1894. Gen. prac- 
tice in Chisholm, Minn., 20 yrs.; retired from prac- 
tice, 1920; located in So. Calif. 1920. Mem., 
A. F. A. M , 32°. Married Lula A. White, My 8, 
1902. Children: Harold, b. O 11, 1907; Alma, b. 
Jl 16, 1914. Address, 832 Stratford Ave., So. 
Pasadena. Calif. 

FREDERICK PETER KNAUF 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 18. 1877. Sheboy- 
gan, Wis. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Specialist in 
Obstetrics, Kiel, Wis. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
Kiel. Wis. 

GEORGE JOHN LABEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. B.S., Purdue 
Univ., 1895. Formerly located in Crown Point, 
Ind.; Papineau, 111.; in the Indian Serv., at the 
Cheyenne River Sch., Cheyenne Agency, S. Dak., 
about 1918. Address, Indian Service, Supai, Ariz.f 

JOHN MICHAEL LANG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 8, 1872, Bavaria, 
Ger.; s. Erhardt (b. do.) and Margaret (Lindner) 
Land (b. do.). Prepared in Bavaria, Ger. Phys. 
and Surg., Chicago. Staff, 111. Post-Grad. Sch.; 
West Side Hosp. Instr., Gynecol., Coll. of Med., 
1900-14; Asst. Prof., Clin. Gynecol., do., 1914—. 
On Local Bd. 82 during the w^ar. Mem., M. E. 
Church; A. F. A. M.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. 
State Med, Soc; A. M. A. Married Ag 30, 1904, 
Chicago. Children: Jerome, b. O 13, 1905 (died, 
Ap 15, 1913); Lucile, b. O 15, 1910. Address, 
1658 S. Homan Ave.. Chicago. 

BERNARD H. LUEHRSMANN 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 8, 1874. New Vienna, 
la.; s. Bernard (b. Ger.) and Marparet (Schulte) 
Luehrsmann (b. do.). Prepared in Milwaukee 
Med. Coll.; Columbia Univ., Dubuque, la.; State 
Univ. of la.. 1896-98. Gen. Med. practice, Nor- 
way, la., 1900-03; Dyersville, do.. 1903—. Mar- 
ried Mary Schulte, My 14. 1902, Norway, la. 
Children: Dorothy, b. F 7, 1903; Irene, b. D 21, 
1905 (died D 29, 1905); Bernard Charles, b. F 8, 
1906; Estella, b. S 15, 1911; Beatrice, b. D 4, 
1913. Address, Dyersville, la. 

JOHN WILLIAM McCONNELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Addre.'is, 22.55 N. Spaul- 
ding Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 3500 Armitage Ave., 
do.t 

*OLIN McCORMICK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in 
Univ. of 111., Acad. Dept., 1892-94. Gen. Med. 
practice; formerly located in Gibson City, 111.; 
later at Herscher, do. Mem., A. M. A. Died 
Mr 20, 1914, Chicago. 



WALTER ROBERT McCRAY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 6, 1875, Earlvillo, 111.; 
s. Thomas D. (b. Jl 25, 1826, Co. Monoghan, Ire.) 
and Mary E. (Pierce) McCray (b. Je 7, 1831. Al- 
bion. N. Y.). Prepared in H. S. Ph.G., Univ. 
of la., 1897. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Gen. Med. 
pracrice. Marble Rock, la., 1900-04; Rockford, 
do., 1904-U; Charles City, do., 1911—. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.. R. A. M., K. T., Shrine; A. M. A.; 
la. State Med. Soc; Floyd Co. Med. Soc. (Sec. 
1918-20); So. Minn. Med. Soc; Am. Assn. Ry. 
Surgs. Married Jennie Clay, Je 1, 1901, Atlantic, 
la., (died D 1908); Helene Waller, O 19, 1910, 
Charles City, la. Children: Robert Wesley, b. 
Je 16, 1912; Mary Helene, b. My 1. 1918. Address, 
201 Illinois St., Charles City, la. 

ADA LUELLA MALICK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Ohio Wes- 
leyan Univ., 1893; Univ. of Mich. Med. Sch., 
1896-99. Formerly located at Neptune, O. Ad- 
dress, Piqua, O.t 

♦ERNEST EDWARD MARTIN 
M.D.; b. 1871. Surg., Union Pacific System, 
Carr, Colo., 3 yrs.; City Phys., Del Norte, do.; 
Phys., Rio Grande Co., do. Mem., A. M. A. 
Died Ja 5, 1917, Longmont Hosp., Longmont, 
Colo. 

VANDY FRANK MASILKO 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 1, 1866, Bohemia; 
s. Mathias (b. Bohemia) and Anna (Valenta) 
Masilko (b. do.). Prepared in Muscoda (Wis.) 
H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Instr., Pediatrics, 
Coll. of Med., 1900-08. Married, O 16, 1902, 
Chicago. Child, Ruth K., b. Ag 2, 1904. Address, 
2524 S. Keeler Ave., Chicago. 

HARRY PHILSON MASON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 18, 1874; s. Robert P. 
and Lillian B. (Sopp) Mason. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Milton Jet., la. Mem., A. F. A. M., Scottish 
Rite, Consistory, Shrine; Presby Church. Mar- 
ried Hattie A. Wildaren, My 25, 1910, Wilton Jet., 
la. Children: Harriet A.; Robert P. Address, 
Wilton Jet., la. 

JOHN JOSEPH MEANY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended 
Rush Med. Coll., 1896-98. Prof., Clin. Surg., 
Chicago Coll. of Med. and Surg. Mem., A. M. 
A.; Am. Coll. of Surgs. Address, 4912 Washington 
Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 3725 W. Chicago Ave., 

do.i 

JOHN EARLE MELOY 

(Husband of Margaret M. Babcock, '00) 
M.D.; b. Je 14, 1871, Portville, N. Y.; s. John 
Willard (b. 1832, Chenango Forks. N. Y.) and 
Frances A. (Williams) Meloy (b. 1833, Ellicott- 
ville, N. Y.). Prepared in Olean, N. Y., and in 
Europe, 1908. Nu Sigma Nu. Located in Lin- 
coln, 111., 1900-10; Peoria. 1910—. Exam., Ad- 
visory Bd. 10. Mem., Peoria Med. Soc; 111. 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Margaret 
Babcock, 1901. Addre.'ss, 201 W. Armstrong St., 
Peoria; bus. add., 901 Lehman Bldg., do. 

IRVING WAGNER METZ 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. S 5, 1872; s. Ozias (b. D 29, 
1833, O.) and Nancy (Wagner) Metz (b. Ag 14, 
1843, Huntington, Ind.). Prepared in South 
Whitley, Ind. A.B., Univ. of Ind., 1895. 
Phi Kappa Psi. Located in Springfield, 111., 
1903 — . Mem., Epis. Church; County Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 111. Country Club; 
Sangamon Club; A. F. A. M., K. T., 32°. Mar- 
ried Edith Thorp, S 26, 1906, Havana, III. Chil- 
dren: Orlando Thorp, b. Je 26, 1907; Catherine 
Ann, b. O 14, 1909; Robert Thorp, b. Je 26, 1907 
(died Je 27, 1907). Address, 503 S. Grand Ave., 
West. Springfield, 111.; bus. add., 608 E. Capital 
Ave., do. 



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JOHN HENRY MEYHAUS 
Retired Phys.; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended Med. 
Dept., Univ. of la., 1896-99. Formerly located 
in Davenport, la.; Geddes, S. Dak. Address, 230 
S. Lucas St., Iowa City, la.t 

BERNARD MILLER 
M.D.; b. N 13, 1876; s. P. J. and Mary Anna 
(Harth) Miller. Mem., K. C. Married Mary 
Brost, Ag 7, 1901, Chicago. Address, 6172 Broad- 
way, Chicago. 

GUSTAV AUGUST MILLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Attended 
Chicago Coll. of Pharm., 1884-85. Pharm., 1889- 
96; Gen. Med. practice, Chicago; formerly located 
at 4005 W. Congress St., do. Address, 4941 
Washington Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 3019 W. 
Jackson Blvd., do.t 

*WILLIAM DENTON MILROY 
M.D.; b. 1870. A.B., Ind. Univ., 1894. For- 
merly of Delphi, Ind., and Logansport, do. Sec, 
City Bd., of Health, Logansport, do.; Citizens 
Club, do. Died Ja 20, 1907, Logansport, Ind. 

PAUL STAFFORD MITCHELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 11, 1875, Cherry Grove, 
Va.; s. Jacob A. and Emily C. (Furr) Mitchell. 
M.D., Hering Med. Coll., 1899. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, lola, Kan., 1902 — . Mem., A. M. A.; A. 
F. A. M., Shrine, Life Membership in Scottish 
Rite; B. P. O. E. Married Mary J. Jacques, 
D 25, 1902, Hammond, 111. Address, lola, Kan. 

WILLIAM NELSON MOFFETT 
Physician; M.D., b. Jl 25, 1874, Avondale, O.; 
s. William (b. 1841. Cincinnati) and Sarah Eliza- 
beth (Thorpe) Moffett (b. 1842, Marietta, O.). 
B.S., Coe Coll., Cedar Rapids, la., 1895. Loca- 
ted in Conrad, la., 1900-06; Dike, la., 1906—. 
M. C, U. S. A., 1918. Married Esther Snyder, 
1899, Chicago. Address, Dike, la. 

GUSTAV HERMAN MOLDENHAUER 

M.D.; b. My 28, 1874, Des Plaines, III.; s. 
August and Wilhemina (Dietert) Moldenhauer. 
Prepared in Jefferson H. S. Mem., Lutheran 
Church. Married Alma Ganschow, Mr -24, 1901, 
Chicago. Address, 1554 W. Chicago Ave., Chi- 
cago; bus. add., 853 N. Central Ave., do. 

CHARLES RICHARD MONAHAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 6, 1876; s. John 
and Ann (Powers) Monahan. Prepared in LTniv. 
of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind. Football, 
1898-99. Chm., Med. Advisory Bd., Butte, Mont., 
World War. Married Marie Maguire, My 1908, 
Salt Lake City. Children: Evelyn M., b. Ap 11, 
1911; John, b. Ja 24, 1914. Address, Hennessy 
Bldg., Butte, Mont. 

LEWIS MOODY 
Phys.and Surg.; M.D.;b. 1871. Hamline Univ., 
1896-98. A.B., Augustana Coll., 1895. Formerly 
located in Cokado, Minn.; later at 5517 22nd St., 
N. W., Seattle.! 

MARY EMMA MORGAN 
M.D.; b. Ja 24, 1870, Sunbeam, 111.; d. Eliza- 
beth Morgan. Prepared in 111. State Norm. Sch. 
Located in Superior, Wis. Med. Examiner (Eye 
and Ear) Applicants, Serv., World War. Mem., 
M. E. Church; Eastern Star. Address, 407 Board 
of Trade, Superior, Wis. 

CARL GEORGE MUEHLMANN 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1888; b. 1864, Pekin, 
111. Apprenticed to W. H. Muehlmann, Pekin, 
111., 1883-86. Pharm., 39th St. and Vincennes 
Ave., Chicago; Phys., Pekin, 111. Address, Pekin, 
Ill.t 



FRANK EMIL NAGEL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 8, 1876, Chicago; 
s. William J. (b. Mecklenburg, Ger.) and Katherine 
(Rhuel) Nagel (b. Berlin, Ger.). Prepared in 
Chicago pub. schs.; Jenner Med. Coll., Chicago, 
1896-99. Phys. and Surg., Chicago, S 1899-D 
1900; Asst. Surg, to Mex. Central R. R., La Barra 
and Dona Cecilia, Mex., D 1900-Ja 1901; do., 
Agnas Calientes, Mex., F-D 1901; do. Cardenas, 
S. L. P., Mex., Ja 17-N 1, 1902; Phys. and Surg., 
Chicago, Ja 23, 1903-Ja 17, 1904; do., Clarksville, 
Mo., Ja 17-Mr 4, 1904; Asst. Surg, to Mex. Cen- 
tral R. R., Cardenas, Mex., Mr 12, 1904-Je 10, 
1906; Phys. and Surg., Chicago, Ag 1, 1906-0 15, 
1907; do., Secor, 111., O 15, 1907-My 30, 1920. 
Comm. 1st Lt., M. R. C, U. S. A., Jl 24, 1917; 
active service, O 15, 1917-My 23, 1919; Surg. 2nd 
Trench Mortar Bn., F 8, 1918-My 23, 1919; Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., S 1919. Married Minnie Ora 
Wells, D 25, 1901, Clarksville, Mo., Children: 
Frank Emil, b. Mr 30, 1903, Chicago; James 
Richard, b. F 19, 1909, Secor, 111. Address, Secor, 



EDWIN HENRY NEWBOLD 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 3, 1871, Center 
Point, la.; s. H. C. and Rosetta (Lilly) Newbold. 
Prepared in H. S., and Iowa State Univ. Located 
in San Leandro, Cahf., 1893-96; Oroville, Cahf., 
1896—. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A.; with 9th Reg- 
ular Engineers, Camp Freemont, Calif., World 
War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E. Married 
Evelyn Matthews, O 5, 1898, San Francisco. Ad- 
dress, Oroville, Calif. 

♦CHARLES HOMER NEWELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. M.D., Mo- 
Med. Coll. " At one time located in O'Neill, Neb. 
Died F 20, 1902, Lynch, Neb. 

GEORGE FREDERICK NIBLOCK 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 13, 1871, Oshkosh, Wis.; 
s. J. H. (b. Butler, Pa.) and Georgina Tenbrook 
(Campbell) Niblock (b. Albany. N. Y.). Prepared 
in Marshalltown (Ia.1 H.S. A.B., Monmouth Coll., 
Monmouth, 111., 1895. Married O 11, 1900, Mon- 
mouth, 111. Address, Derby, la. 

♦WILLIAM JACOB NIER 
M.D.; b. O 6, 1877, VermiUion Co., Ind.; 
Prepared in Joseph Medill H. S.. Chicago. Died 
F 1, 1901. 

SOREN SVALHEIM NORSMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. Prepared in 
Pub. Schs. Formerly located in Madison, Wis. 
Address, 624 W. 119th St., Chicago.! 

♦FRANCIS ELBERT NORTH 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Sangamon Co. Schs. Formerly located in Spring- 
field, 111., and Taylorville, do. Mem., 111. State 
Med. Soc; Christian Co. Med. Soc. Died F 20. 
1906, Missouri Baptist Sanitarium, St. Louis. 

JOHN CHRISTOPHER O'DAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Baltimore 
Med. Coll., 2 yrs. M.D., Med. Dept., Nat. Norm. 
Univ., 1896. Formerly located in Montpelier, 
Ind.; Univ. of Ore., Portland, Ore. Gen. Med. 
practice, Honolulu, Hawaii. Mem., Ore. State 
Med. Soc; A. M. A. Address, Honolulu, Hawaii.f 

ANTONIO FREDRICO ODOARDO 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. B.A , Univ 
of Havana. Formerly of Havana, Cuba. J 

CLAUDE FENTON OSBORNE 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Mr 15, 1877; s. George and 
Anna E. (Booth) Osborne. Prepared in Clear 
Lake H. S. Gen. Surg., Lutheran Hosp., Hampton, 
la., 1920. Address, Hampton, la. 



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RALPH FLEETWOOD PALMER 
M.D.; b. N 4, 1S7">, Marquette. Mich.; s. Ed- 
ward B. and Emily H. (Watson) Palmer. Pre- 
pared in Mich. Mil. Acad., 1S94 and Univ. of 
Mich.. I894-9S. Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu; 
Mandolin and Glee Club, Univ. of Mich. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.. 32\ Shrine; B. P. O. E.; Rotary Club. 
Married Marv C. Pennell, 1898, Lima, O. Chil- 
dren: Elizabeth, b. 1905; Harriet, b. 1907; Mar- 
garet, b. 1911. Address, 60 S. McDonald St., 
Mesa, Ariz. 

WI LLIAM EDWARD PATTERSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 7. 1875; s. Francis (b. 
Je 26, 1842, Quebec, Can.) and Mary (Wamsley) 
Patterson (b. Ja 25, 1853, Wamsleyville, O). 
Prepared in ClarksN-ille, (la.) H. S.; Univ. of la. 
Med. Sch., 1896-9S. Phi Pho Sigma. Postgrad, 
work at N. Y. Eye and Ear. Coll.; Manhattan 
Eye and Ear Coll.; la. City. Instr. in Ophthal- 
mol, and Oto-Laryngol., Univ. of Minn. Gen. 
M?d. practice, Greene, la., 1900-14; Eye. Ear, 
Nose and Throat Specialist, Waterloo, la., 1916- 
17; Miimeapolis, 1917 — . Auth.: The Submucous 
Resection of Septum. 7a. Med. Jour., 1916; Focal 
Infection in the Nose and Throat, Jour. Lancet, 
Minneapolis, 1917; The Fundus Oculi in Relation 
to Constitutional Disease, do., 1920. Married 
Martha Laura Smith, S 14. 1901, Charles City, 
la. Children: Mary Ruth, b. Je 29, 1903 (died 
D 18, 1905); Katherine Faith, b. Ja 28, 1907; 
Max Edward, b. My 28, 1909. Address, 808 La- 
Salle Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

DYRE HENRY PELLETIER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Attended 
Rush Med. Coll., 3 >ts. Formerly located in St. 
Anne, 111. M. R. C, U. S. A., World War. Ad- 
dress, New Hartford. la.f 

JAMES MATTHEW PHALEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 26, 1872, Harvard, 111.; 
s. John (b. N 25, 1843, Clonmel, Ireland) and 
Anastatia (Lawless) Phalen (b. Mr 4, 1847, Brandy- 
wine, Delaware). Prepared in Harvard H. S.; 
N. W. Univ. Phi Rho Sigma. Grad. work. 
Army Med. Sch., 1902; London Sch. of Tropical 
Med., 1906; .\rmy Sch. of the Line, 1920. Mem., 
U. S. Army Bd. for the In%'estigation of Tropical 
Diseases, 1907-10; Lecturer on Tropical Med., N. 
Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch., 1911-13. 1st Lt., M. 
C, U. S. A., O 31, 1901; Capt., do., O 31, J906; 
Maj., do., Ap 14, 1913; Lt. Col., do.. My 15, 1917; 
Col., do., O 4, 1918; Div. Surg., 86th (Blaekhawk) 
Div., Ag 1917-N 1918; San. Insp., 1st Army A. E. 
F.. N 191S-Ap 1919; Div. Surg., 6th Div. (Army of 
Occupation) Ap-Jl 1919. Married Gertrude Sib- 
ley. Ap 14, 1904, Manila, P. I. Address, Ft. 
Leavenworth, Kan. 

WALTER JEWETT PINKERTON 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 11, 1873, Waupaca, Wis.; 
8. Robert R. (b. 1842, Ire.) and Zelda (Jewett) 
Pinkerton (b. 1851, Burnett. Wis.) Prepared in 
Waupaca, Wis. H. S and Monmouth Coll., Mon- 
mouth, 111., 189.3-96. Alpha Kappa Kappa; Sr. 
class sec. Phys.. Waupaca. Wis., 1900-02; Eagle 
Rivar, Wis., 1902-06; Bessemer, Mich.. 1906—. 
Married, Ja 1, 1901. Wheaton. 111. Child, Beat- 
rice Throne, b. Ja 21. 1906 (died Ap 6. 1918). 
Address, Bessemer. Mich. 

VACLAV HORACE PODSTATA 
M.D.; b. Ap 24. 1870. Hohenbruck. Bohemia; 
s. Vaclav (b. do.) and Anna fKoblisek) Podstata 
(b. do.). Prepared in Braunau (Bohemia) H. S. 
and Chrudim (Bohemia) Coll. Nu Sigma Nu; 
Alpha Omega Alpha. Intern, Kankakee State 
Hosp., 189.5-96; Asst. Phys.. do., 1896-99; do., 
1900-02; Phys. in charge. Oakwood Sanitarium, 
Lake Geneva, Wis.. 1902-03; Gen. Supt.. Dunning 
Institution. 111.. 1903-06; Supt.. Elgin State Hosp., 
1906-10; Snecial Course, Zurich Univ.. Switzer- 
land, in Neuro-pathol., 1910; Sunt.. LIvermore 
Sanitarium, Livermore, Calif., 1911 — . Mem., 



Faculty Univ. of Calif., Dept., Psychiatry. 1920. 
M. R. C, U. S. A.. 1918. Auth.: Number of 
papers on pub. charity topics, 1903-10; Special 
report on Pellagra, in Calif., 1912, Calif. Med. 
Jour. Mem., Bd. of Trustees, Livermore Presby. 
Church (Pres.); A. M. A.; Calif. State Med. Soc; 
Alameda Co. Med. Soc. Married Mary Graham 
Porter, Ja 12, 1903. Adopted child, Harvey V. 
Address, Livermore, Calif. 



WARD ELVERTON POTTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Peoria Pub. Schs. Ph.G., N. W. Univ. Sch. of 
Pharm., 1897. Formerly located in Peoria; later 
Surg.. Oak Park, 111. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., S 
1918-My 1, 1919; stationed at Camp Greenleaf, 
Ga.; Base Hosp. 125;. War Demonstration Hosp., 
Rockefeller Inst., N. Y.; Chief of Surg. Serv., 
Attending Surgeons Office, Wash., D. C., until 
My 1, 1919. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 100 Wis- 
consin St., Oak Park, Ill.t 



HARRY EDWARD PURCELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Univ. of Wis. 
Med. Sch. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 302 E. 
Washington Ave., Madison, Wis.; bus. add., Fair- 
child Block, do.t 

ARTHUR JACOB RICHTER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 9. 1878; s. Jacob and 
Sarah Richter. Prepared in South Division H. 
S. Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Leonore Blu- 
thenthal, N 16, 1903, Pine Bluff, Ark. Children: 
Riah, b. 1906; Leonore, b. 1909. Address, Chicago 
Beach Hotel, Chicago; bus. add., 30 N. Michigan 
Ave., do. 

JESSE SAMUEL RINEHART 
M.D.; b. Jl 31, 1868, Union, O.; s. J. B. and 
Mary Elizabeth (Early) Rinehart. Prepared in 
Mt. Morris (111.) H. S. Med. Advisory Bd., 
World War. Mem., B. P. O. E.; A. M. A.; Ark. 
State Med. Soc; Onachita Co. Med. Soc; Epis. 
Church. Married Ida McDonald, O 31, 1900, 
Camden, Ark. Children: Jesse M., b. 1906; 
Mary Norman, b. 1912. Address, Camden, Ark. 

HENRY JOSEPH ROCK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. B.S., No. Ind. 
Norm. Sch., 1891. Gen. Med. practice, formerly 
located in Aberdeen, S. Dak.; Webster, do. Ad- 
dress, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; bus. add.. Security 
Bank Bldg., do.t 

FELIX ROSE 
M.D.; b. Mr 16, 1877; s. John B. and Adell 
Rose. Located in Coleman, Wis.; Green Bay, 
do., S 1, 1920—. Married Je 3, 1903. Child, 
Robert J., b. Je 9, 1913. Address, 117 S. Madison 
St., Green Bay, Wis. 

CHANDLER PRESTON RUNYAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 30, 1872, Putnam 
Co. Indiana; s. Alfred (b. D 12, 1848, do.) and 
Mary Jane (Grimes) Runyan (b. My 9, 1848, do.). 
Prepared in Ind. St. Norm. Sch. and DePauw 
Univ. Phys. and Surg., Elwood, Ind. Med. 
Exam., Conscription Bd. Married Blanche Se- 
crest, D 24, 1899, Greencastle, Ind. Children: 
Mary Elizabeth, b. Ap 7, 1904; Robert Russel, 
b. Jl 9, 1909; Frederick (died in infancy). Address, 
1308 Main St., Elwood, Ind. 

BAYARD EDWARD RYDER 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 27, 1874, Napoleon, O.; 
s. Samuel and Mary (Creps) Ryder. Prepared 
in Norm. Sch., Defiance, O. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Los Angeles. Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. 
O. E.; I, O. O. F.; L, O. O. M.; Yoemen. Married 
Helen J. Harris, 1903, Oaks, N. Dak. Children: 
Bayard, b. 1904; Evelyn, b. 1909. Address, 407 
Black Bldg.. Los Angeles. 



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*FRANK LORING SARGEANT 

M.D.; b. 1872. Specialist, Diseases of the Eye, 

Ear, Nose and Throat. Mem., State Med. Assn. 

of Tex.; A. M. A. Died N 11, 1917, Victoria, 

Tex. 

FRANKLIN WESLEY SASSAMAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 27, 1867, Kalamazoo, 
Mich.; s. Jonas A. (b. 1841, Selinsgrove, Pa.) 
and Mary (Birtch) Sassaman (b. 1844, do.). Pre- 
pared in Bristol (Ind.) H. S. Phys., Charlotte, 
Mich. Mem., Congregational Church. Married, 
1889, Valparaiso, Ind. Children, Franklin W.; 
Leah; Verna. Address, Charlotte, Mich. 

ROBERT DAVID SCOTT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b, 1864. Ph.G., On- 
tario Sch. of Pharm., 1888. Formerly located in 
Sarnia, Ont. Address, South Bend, Ind.t 

GEORGE LUCIEN SEARS 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 7, 1877, Rock Island, 
111.; s. George W. and Elizabeth (Huyett) Sears. 
Prepared in Rock Island H. S. Alpha Kappa 
Kappa. Gen. Med. practice, Manti, Utah. Mar- 
ried Magnolia Hougoord, F 24, 1904. Children: 
Lucien, b. D 14, 1905; Lois, b. Ap 6, 1911; Richard 
H., b. My 20, 1919. Address, Manti, Utah. 

*LOUIS DELOS SHEPPARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Westside 
Bus. Coll., Chicago. Gen. Med. practice; for- 
merly at 116 N. Cicero Ave., Chicago: at time of 
his death was living at 1732 W. Adams St., do. 
under the name of W. J. McCarthy. Died May 
1921, Chicago. 

ARTHUR WILLIAM SIEKER 
M.D.; b. O 2, 1873, Herman Tp., Wis.; s. Wil- 
liam F. and Caroline (Bueker) Sieker. Prepared 
in Franklin, Wis., Schs. and Milwaukee Med. 
Coll., 3 yrs. Mem., Sheboygan Co. Med. Soc; 
Wis. State Med. Soc. Address, R 5, Plymouth, 
Wis. 

SETH MARIAN BILLINGS SMITH 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 8, 1875, Clinton, 
Wis.; s. George L. and Eugenia (Billings) Smith. 
Prepared in Fort Atkinson (Wis.) H. S. Oen. 
Med. practice, Wausau, Wis. Capt., Med. Dir. 
and Organizer of Relief Hosps. in France; in charge 
of Children's Bureau, Am. Red Cross, St. Etienne, 
do., N 23, 1917-N 1918. Mem., Presby. Church; 

A. F. A. M., K. P.; B. P. O. E.; A. M. A.; State 
Med. Soc; Co. Med. Soc. Married Elizabeth 
Porter, Ja 25, 1905. Children: Judson, b. F 19, 
1906; David, b. D 27, 1907; Eugenia, b. Mr 24, 
1911. Address, 911 10th St., Wausau, Wis.; 6ms. 
add., 517 3rd St., do. 

ANTONE AUGUSTUS SORNSEN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ja 1, 1871; s. Christopher 
and Hannah Sornsen. Prepared in Minneapolis; 
private tutors and home study. Married Jennie 

B. Kinney, N 22, 1894. Child, Clara H., b. Jl 
15, 1905. Address, Aberdeen, S. Dak. 

ROBERT THOMAS SPAIN 
M.D.; b. D 6, 1875; s. John G. and Martha 
(Pendry) Spain. Ph.G., Drake Univ. Mem., A. 
F. A. M., K. T., Mystic Shrine. Married Lafay- 
ette M. Hostetter, 1907, Charles City, la. Child, 
Katharine, b. Jl 23, 1909. Address, Conrad, la. 

MAX STAEHLE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 10, 1869, Manitowoc, 
Wis.; s. Joseph and Caroline (Strauss) Staehle. 
Prepared in State Norm. Sch., Milwaukee. Gen. 
Med. practice, Manitowoc, Wis. Capt., M. C, 
U. S. A., Ap 1918-Ja 1919. Mem., B. P. O. E.; 
F. O. E.; L. O. O. M.; etc. Married EHzabeth 
Roemer, O 15, 1892. Address, 904 S. 8th St., 
Manitowoc, Wis. 



ELMER LOUIS SYVERSON 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. B.A., Univ. 
of S. Dak., 1896. Formerly located in Strand, 
S. Dak. Address, Centerville, S. Dak.t 

ROLAND BERT TABER 
M.D.; b. N 22, 1872, Benton Harbor, Mich.; 
s. Roland F. and Melissa (Burridge) Taber. Pre- 
pared in Benton Harbor Coll., 1891. Ph.C, Univ. 
of Mich., 1896. Phi Delta Chi. Lt. Commander, 
M. C, U. S. N., Reserve Force, 1917-20. Mem., 
B. P. O. E.; A. F. A. M. Married Bernice Worth, 
N 2, 1903. Address, Benton Harbor, Mich. 

RUDOLPH FREIMUTH TESCHAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Milwaukee H. S. Address, 200 24th St., Milwau- 
kee; his. add., 2319 Wells St., rfo.t 

*JAMES RAYMOND THOMPSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 6, 1875, Morning 
Sun, la.; s. Samuel (b. Pa. 1832) and Susan (Jami- 
son) Thompson (b. O, 1845). Prepared in H. 
S. Gen. Med. practice. Corning, la., 1900-07; 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, Yakima, 
Wash., 1907-21. Mem., Wash. State Med. Assn.; 
Pacific Coast Oto-Ophthalmol. Soc. Married 
Blanche Parvin, 8 22, 1903, Morning Sun, la. 
Children: James Parvin, b. Ja 26, 1908; Drusilla, 
b. Ja 14, 1913. Died N 15, 1921, Yakima, Wash. 



SAMUEL JAMES TORNEY 
M.D.; b. F 26, 1867; s. Thomas and Margaret 
(McDowell) Torney. Postgrad, and Clinical work, 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Berlin and Vienna, 
1904-05; 1910. Mem., A. F. A. M., Scottish Rite 
and Shrine. Married Edith Neill, 1910, Belling- 
ham. Wash. Address, BeUingham Nat. Bank 
Bldg., BeUingham, Wash. 

HENRY E. TWOHIG 
Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 15, 1873, Fond du Lac, Wis.; 
s. David and Bridget (Hardgrove) Twohig. Pre- 
pared in State Norm. Sch., Oshkosh, Wis. Surg., 
Fond du Lac, Wis. Mem., Catholic Church; 
K.C.; B. P. O. E. Married Helen Connell, Je 
4, 1907. Child, Marion, b. My 20, 1912. Address, 
302 E. Division St., Fond du Lao, Wis.; bus. add., 
11 N. Main St., do. 

EARLE HENRY TYSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 
Independence (la.) H. S.; Pharm. Dept., la. State 
Univ., 1893-94. Formerly located in Indepen- 
dence, la. Address, 1905 N. Main St., Kansas 
City, Mo.t 

HENRY ANSEL VINCENT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 18, 1876, Hayton, 
Wis.; s. Samuel Vincent (b O 23, 1842, New York 
City) and Demice L. (Watrous) Vincent (b. Je 
25, 1843, Binghampton, N. Y.). Prepared in 
Chilton (Wis.) H. S.; Lawrence Univ., 1894-95. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa (Pres., 1899-1902). Asst. 
to Dr. Sherwood in Anat.; located in Perth, Kan., 
1910-18; WelUngton, do.. 1918—. 1st Lt., M. C, 
U. S. A.; M. O. T. C, Ft. Riley, Kan.; served on 
Exam. Bd., Eye and Ear Section, Camps Funston 
and Dix, Ap-Jl 28, 1919. Married S 28, 1900, 
Kansas City, Mo. Child, Demice K., b. Ap 18, 
1902. Address, 405 N. First St., Welhngton, Kan. 

CHARLES BERNARD VOIGT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 13, 1874; s. John 
F. and Anna C. (Hess) Voigt. Prepared in Mat- 
toon H. S.; Univ. of 111., Urbana Depts., 1893-94. 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, Mattoon, 
111. Mem., A. F. A. M.; K. P.; I. O. O. F.; B. 
P. O. E.; Presby Church. Married Pearl Warner, 
N 6, 1905, Chicago. Address, 1615 Lafayette Ave., 
Mattoon, 111.; 6ws add., 1702 Broadway, do. 



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CARL VOSS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. A.B., Royal 
Univ. of Chnstiania, 1SS9. Formerly at 217 N. 
Mozart St., Chicago. Registered Pharm. Com- 
missioned in M. R. C, U. S. Army. Mem., A. 
M. A. Address, Hettinger, N. Dak.f 

CHARLES DELAMERE WALL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. lS77. Prepared in 
Chicago Pub. Schs. Gen. Med. practice. Address 
4734 Jackson Blvd., Chicago.t 

JOHN WEATHERSON 
Assoc. Prof.; M.D.; b. Je 14. 1873, Chicago; 
s. Christopher (b. My 12, 1S46. England) and 
Sarah Jane cPepper) \Veatherson (b. Je 14, 1851, 
Michigan). Prepared in Chicago H. S. and 
Chicago Manual Tr. Sch. C.E., Cornell Univ., 
1895; post-graduate work at Harvard, 1919. Nu 
Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; Class Pres. 
(Cornell). Ci\nl Engr., C. M. & St. P. Ry., 1895- 
96; Instr., Med., Coll. of Med., 1901-11; Asst. Prof., 
Phys. Diag., do., 1911-12; Asst. Prof., Med., do., 
1912-17; .\ssoc. Prof., do., 1919—. Sec, Alumni 
Assoc, Coll. of Med., 1901-05; Med. Examiner, 
Equitable Life Ins. Co. of la., 1913-14; Mem., 
Governing Bd. and Co-organizer of U. S. Mil. 
Training Camp Assn., 1915-16; Rec See. Med. 
Fac, Coll. of Med., 1913-17. Capt., U. S, A., 
Mv 14. 19I7-Ap 17. 1919; Commander. Co I, 
33Sth^Inf.. France, 1918-19. Auth.: Cause of 
Uremia, Jour., A. M. A., Vol. 36; Cardiac and 
Renal Dropsies, Transaelions, Fulton Co. Med. 
Soc; Malignant Endocarditis, Chicago Med. Soc; 
Pernicious Anemia, College Bulletin; Address on 
Medicine, College Bulletin; Dif. Diagnosis, Hepa- 
tic Diseases, Chart for Students. Mem., A. M. 
A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc ; Am. 
Acad. Med.; Chicago Pathological Soc; Phys. 
Club. 1916-17 (Dir.); A. F. A. M., K. T., Shrine. 
Married O 23, 1895. Galeton, Pa.; Harriet Lorraine 
Jackson, D 12, 1917, Chicago. Children: Alice 
Dorothy, b. Je 6, 1899; John Jr., b. Je 6, 1905. 
Address, 5758 Grand Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 
30 N. Michigan Blvd., do. 

♦THEODORE CAMPBELL WEST 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Evans- 
^•ille (Wis.) Sem. Formerly located in Troy, 
Idaho. Died My 15, 1904, at Lidgerwood Sani- 
tarium, Spokane. 

JO.SEPH EMANUEL WESTERLUND 
M.D.; b. JI 30. 1870, Lynn Center, 111.; s. Jonas 
and Edna (Nelson) Westerlund. A.B., Augustana 
Coll., 1895. Married Emma Wahlberg, S 1902. 
Children. Elizabeth, b. Ap 20. 1904; Joseph, b. 
Ap 15, 1908. Address, Cambridge, 111. 



JOHN WEST WILSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 4, 1866, Traer. la.; s. 
West and Barbara (Kennedy) Wilson. Prepared 
in Traer (la.) H. S.; la. Univ. and Hahnemann 
Med Coll. M.D., Univ. of la., 1894. Capt.. 
M. C, U. S. A.; with 2nd Hawaiian Inf. Mem.. 
A. F. A. M., K. T., 30. Married Ida B. Gray, 
1901, Oroville, Calif. Address, 526^ Montgomery 
St., Oroville, Calif. 

WEIR WOOD 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. A.B. Address, 

Gale St.,Angola, Ind.; bus. add., Maumee St., do.j 

♦ERWIN WENDELL WOODFORD 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1871. Attended Milwau- 
kee Med. Coll., 3 yrs. Formerly located in Tomah, 
Wis.; well-known Phys., West Side, Cleveland. 
Mem., A. M. A. Died Ag 15, 1905, Lutheran 
Hosp., Cleveland. 

*JOHN HENRY XELOWSKI 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1887; b. 1805 

Jenner Med. Coll.. 1897-98. Located in Oklahoma 

City, Okla. Died Ja 16, 1903, at St. Marys Hosp.. 

Decatur. 111. 

JULIUS RUDOLPH YUNG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 23, 1878, Terre 
Haute, Ind.; s. Charles (b. Ger.) and Elizabeth 
(Fox) Yung (b. Hamilton, O.). Prepared in 
Terre Haute (Ind.) H. S. Nu Sigma Nu; Scholar- 
ships, Soph, and Jr. yrs.; Pres., Fresh. Class. 
Grad. work. New York Post-Grad. Sch., 1906; 
Cabot's Course, Diagnosis, 1916; Surgical Course, 
Scudder, 1916. Intern, St. Anthony de Padua 
Hosp.. Chicago.. 1900-02; Med. and Surg, prac- 
tice. Terre Haute. Ind., 1903—. Capt., M. C, 
U. S. A.. Ag 1. 1918-Je 26. 1919; Surg.. Base Hosp., 
Camp Greene, also Base Hosp. 94 and Camp 
Hosps. 45 and 68. Fr. Auth.: Blood Pres.sure 
and Significance in Hypertension Cases. Jour, of 
the Ind. State Med. Assn., Mr 1914. Mem.. Vigo 
Co. Med. Soc; Ind. State Med. Soc; Aesculapean 
Soc. of the Wabash Valley; A. M. A. Married 
Jane Marston Kimball. O 22, 1903. Address, 
1115 S. Sixth St., Terre Haute, Ind.; 6ms. add., 
T. H. Star Bldg., Ohio at Sixth St., do. 

JOSEPH PIUS ZALESKI 
Physician; M.D.; b. Warsaw, Poland. Pre- 
pared in Gymnasium Sch., Poland. M.C., Ft. 
Oglethorpe, Ga., 1920, with Am. Red Cross in 
Poland in charge of a Hosp. near Warsaw, 1920 — . 
Mem., Brighton Park Lodge 854, A. F. A. M. 
Married Stefania Chrzastonska, F 8, 1891. War- 
.sa%, Poland. Child. Sophia V.. b. 1882; John T., 
b. 1894. Address, 2643 W. 47th St., Chicago. 



DEGREE AD EUNDEM 



♦GEORGE FRANK BUTLER 
Phys. and Med. Dir.; M.D. (Ad Eundem); M.D., 
Rush Med. Coll., 1889; A. M., Valparaiso Univ., 
1910; b. Mr 15, 18.57, Moravia, N. Y.; s. Isaac 
(b. Dutchess Co.. N. Y.) and Asenath (Chase) 
Butler (b. Moravia, N. Y.). Prepared in Bald- 
win's Acad.. Groton. N. Y. and Union Sch., Mora- 
via, do. Phi Rho Sigma. Lecturer, Materia Med. 
and Therapeutics, Rush Med. Coll., 1889-92; 
Prof., Materia Med.. Therapeutics and Clinical 
Med.. N. W. Univ. Womans Med. Coll.. Chicago. 
1890-96; A*st. City Phys., Chicago, 1890; Prof., 
Therapeutics and Clinical Med., Coll. of Med., 
1893-1906; Med. Dir., Alma Sanitarium, Alma, 
Mich., 1900-05; Prof., Med., Dearborn Med. Coll., 
1905-06; Consulting Phys., Cook Co. Hosp., 1910- 



13; do., Mudlavia, Kramer, Ind., 1913-18; do.. 
North Shore Health Result, Winnetka, III., 1918—; 
Prof, and Head of Dept., Therapeutics and Clin- 
ical Med.. Chicago Coll. of Med. and Surg. Auth.: 
Butler's Materia Med.. Pharmacol, and Thera- 
peutics, Saunders & Co., Philadelphia, 1896; The 
Travail of a Soul, 1914; How the Mind Works, 
1921; other books on mental hygiene, poems and 
magazine articles. Mem.. A. M. A.; Miss. Valley 
Med. Assn.; 111. State Med. Soc; Ind. State Med. 
Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; Press Club of Chicago; 
CHff Dwellers; Soc of Midland Authors; Chicago 
Lit. Club; The Bookfellows; The Adventurers' 
Club; Fellow. Am. Acad, of Med. Married Mr 
21. 1882. Monmouth. 111. Child, Mary Asenath. 
b. Ja 17. 1887. Died Je 22, 1921. 



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*EUGENE SCOTT ALEXANDER 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1872. Formerly of Indian- 
apolis. Died S 4, 1910, Chicago. 

WILLIAM HENRY AMERSON 
Phys. and Surg,; M.D.; b. Jl 16, 1869; s. William 
(b. England) and Matilda H. (Schaubel) Amerson 
(b. Ger.). Prepared in N. W. Univ. Phys., 
Chicago; Methodist Preacher, do., 1886-90. V. P. 
Cook Co. Hosp., 1893-1900. Mem., A. F. A. M. 
(Past Master); Foresters (Past Chief Ranger); 
K. P. (Post Commander); I. O. O. F. (High Phye.); 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. 
Married, Ap 27, 1892, Chicago. Address, 709 N. 
Central Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 3354 Madison 
St., do. 

ANDREW JAMES AMES 
Phys; b. Mr 24, 1866, Hutchinson, Minn.; 
s. C. B. and Eliza E. (Hopper) Ames. Prepared 
in Phillips-Andover. Football Team. Portrait 
Artist in Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis, 12 yrs. 
Gen. Med. practice, Minneapolis, 1091-03; 
Wheaton, Minn., 1903-06; Forbes, N. Dak., 
1906 — . Mem., A. F. A. M. 32°, Mystic Shrine; 
B. P. O. E.: I. O. O. F. Married Dora A. Hart- 
shorn, S 10, 1893, St. Paul. Children: Ross M., 
b. Ja 5, 1895 (died Ja 24, 1900); adopted son, 
Edward E. Address, Forbes, N. Dak. 

DAVID APFELBAUM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Chicago Athenaeum. Gen. Med. Practice. Ad- 
dress, 4509 Prairie Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 189 
Dearborn St., do. J 

FREDERICK BAUMAN 
Urologist; M.D.; b. 1867. Ph.D., Koenigsberg 
Univ., Prussia, 1893. Prof., Syphilol., Jenner Med. 
Coll., Chicago; Asst. to Dr. Pusey for many yrs.; 
later employed in Columbus Mem. Labs.; Asst. 
Prof., Hygiene and Bacteriol., Coll. of Med., 
1900-02; Instr., Dermatol, and Venereal Diseases, 
do., 1904-10. Address, Congress Hotel, Chicago; 
bus. add., N. State St., do.J 

*CHARLES ORVILLE BECHTOL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877; A.B., Ind. 

Univ., 1898. Formerly of Marion, Ind.; Adjunct 

Prof., Chem., Coll. of Dent., 1901. Mem., A. 

M. A. Died Ap 21, 1918. 

HENRY SUMNER BENNETT 
M.D.; b. F 20, 1876; s. W. C. and Florine 
(DeMerrit) Bennett. Prepared in Moline H. S. 
1st Lt., M. O. T. C, 1917-18, Capt., 1918, to 
discharge, D 6, 1918. Married Helen Grossman, 
S 4, 1902, Moline, 111. Children: Ted, b. 1903; 
Helen, b. 1908; William, b. 1913. Address, Reliance 
Bldg., Moline, 111. 

ARTHUR EDWIN BEYER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 10, 1873; s. Jabez D. 
(b. D 5, 1841, Pa.) and Maria D. (McCrum) 
Beyer (b. O 5, 1850, la.). Prepared in country 
sch. and Upper la. Univ., Fayette, la.; Ph.G 
N. W. Univ., 1896. Zethegathean; Track and 
Football Teams. Gen. Med. practice, Gutten- 
berg, la., 1901—. Married, 1902, Elkader, la 
(wife died Ap 6, 1914); 1915, Dubuque, do. Chil- 
dren: Arthur M., b. Jl 11, 1910; (died Mr 27 
1911); Morse Edwin, b. Jl 11, 1912 (died F 15 
1916); Laura Jeraldine, b. Jl 4, 1918. Address 
Guttenberg, la. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON BILLIG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 18, 1877, Forreston, 
111.; s. Cyrus and Catherine (Klock) BiUig. Pre- 
pared in Forreston H. S.; M.D., Bennett Med. 
Coll., 1898. Intern, Baptist Hosp., 1898-99; do.. 
Cook Co. Hosp., 1899-1901; Attending Phys., do.. 



4 yrs.; Attending Surg., do., 2 yrs.; Attending 
Surg., Chicago Union Hosp.; Ex. Bd. 58, Chicago, 
World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; 
A. M. A. Married Glencora Bell, 1902, Streator, 
111. Child, Kathryn, b. Ag 4, 1903. Address, 
2041 Byron St., Chicago. 

JOHN WILLIAM BIRK 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 3, 1874, Bucyrus, .0.; 
s. Christian and Bertha (Volk) Birk. Prepared 
in Ohio State Univ. Nu Sigma Nu. Instr., Clin. 
Pediatrics, Coll. of Med., 1910-12; do.. Obstetrics, 
1912-17; Assoc, do., 1918-19. 1st Lt., Spanish- 
Am. War. Mem., Presby. Church; A. F. A. M. 
Married Margaret Curtis, 1903, Chicago. Child, 
Helen, b. Jl 26, 1905. Address, 6008 Winthrop 
Ave., Chicago; 6ms. add., 4654 Sheridan Rd., do. 

JACOB HENRY BOSS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Prepared in 

Plymouth (Ind.) H. S. Formerly at 4825 Prairie 

Ave., Chicago; later at Weir, Kan. Address, 

Tulsa, Okla.f 

GEORGE FRANCIS BRACKEN 

Physician; M.D.; b. N 22, 1877, Lemont, 111.; 
s. Patrick (b. Ireland) and Sophia (Reardon) 
Bracken (b. Lemont, 111.). Prepared in Lemont 
H. S. Located in Chicago. Capt., M. O. T. C, 
U. S. A., World War; Stationed at Fort Riley, 
Kan. Married Je 5, 1907, Gibson Citv, 111. Child, 
Naomi, b. F 26, 1913. Address, 1311 W. Garfield 
Blvd., Chicago; 6ms. add., 2100 W. 35th St., do. 

JAMES HARVEY BRADFIELD 
M.D.; b. D 17, 1875; s. Helen (Retzer) Brad- 
field. Married Edna Stuby, Ja 29, 1903. Child, 
Margaret, b. My 6, 1905. Address, Sheridan, 
Wyo. 

EDWIN JASON BREWER 
Res. Surg.; M.D.; b. O 7, 1874, Ashton, 111.; 
s. Abbie D. (Twiss) Brewer. Prepared in Beloit 
Coll. Acad. Res. Surg., C. B. & Q. Ry. Co., 
8 yrs. Mem., A. F. A. M.; K. T.; Shrine. Ad- 
dress, Shabbona, 111. 

FREDERICK EDWARD ALBERT 
BUECHNER 
Surgeon; M.D.; Ph.G., 1897; b. My 22, 1877, 
Harmbey, Ger.; s. Anna (Thernsen) Buechner. 
Prepared in N. W. Univ. Acad., 1895. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.; Lutheran Church. Married Daisy 
CuUen, 1910, Chicago. Child, Frederich Elmer 
b. 1904. Address, 2348 Larrabee St., Chicago; 
bus. add., 1659 Cortland St., do. 

EDWARD WILBUR BURKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 10, 1874; s. 
M. J. and Nellie A. (Coleman) Burke. Pre- 
pared in Ellsworth Coll., Iowa Falls, la. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Phys., Redland Heights Sanatorium, 
Redlands, Calif.; Capt., M. C, World War. 
1 yr. Mem., A. F. A. M., Blue Lodge, Shrine; 
K. T.; Calif. State Med. 8oc.; San Bernardino, 
Co. Med. Soc. Married Ruth Chevrier, Je 19, 
1920. Address, Blvd. C and Summit Ave., Red- 
lands, Calif.; 6ms. add., 112 Cajon, do. 

CHARLES WARD BURT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 2, 1874, Boone- 
ville, la.; s. C. W. and Frances (Boone) Burt. 
B.S., Drake Univ., 1896; M.S. do., 1898. Mem. 
Christian Church. Married Jennie M. Barr, O 28, 
1903. Children: Pearl A., b. My 15, 1908; Alice 
Maxine, b. D 1, 1918. Address, Valley Junction, 
la. 



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FRANCIS JAMES BUSS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Mr 19, 1S76; s. Herman 
and Frances Buss. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°; 
Presby. Church; A. M. A. Married Margaret 
P. Davis, Chicago. Address, Sovereign Hotel, 
6200 Kenmore Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 31 N, 
State St., do. 

WARREN LEONARD CAMERON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 17, 1879, Jacksonville: 
Ore.; s. Robert J. Cb. 1831, Rochester, N. Y.) 
and Esther Jane (Letever) Cameron, (b. 1845, 
Richmond, Va.). Prepared in Medford, Ore. 
Located in Medford, Ore., 1902-06; Jacksonville, 
do., 1907-17; Astoria, do., 1917-19; Medford, do., 
1919 — . Pres., Bd. of Pension Examiners, 1904-05; 
Med. Advisory Bd., 1918-19. Auth: Hip Joint 
Surg., Med. Sentinel. Mem., A. M. A.; Ore. 
State Med. Soc. Married Katharine C. Vail, 
Ap 25, 1901, Chioago (died N 1918). Child, 
Lloyd v., b. Ag 25, 1902 (died Je 6. 1918). Ad- 
dress. Medford, Ore. 

CORA WHITE CARPENTER 
Pbys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 186S. Prepared in 
Fargo (N. Dak.) H. S. Special work in Francis 
Willard Hosp., Chicago. Formerly located at 
Hope, N. D.; later at Indianapolis and Los An- 
geles. t 

JOHN LANGDON CHASSELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 8, 1871, Iowa Falls, la.; 
s. William (b. Mr 4. 1829, Fairfield, N. Y.) and 
Frances Arabella (Jones) Chassell (b. N 4, 1834, 
Pa.). Prepared in la. State Teachers Coll., 
Cedar Falls, la. Gen. Med. practice. Rowan, la., 
1901-05; Iowa Falls, do., 1905-06; Bellefourche, 
S. Dak., 1906—; City Health Of!., do.; Co. Supt. 
of Health, Butt, Co., S. Dak.; Coroner, do., 
1909-13; Mem., Bd. of Education, Bellefourche, 
S. Dak. Chm., Med. Advisory Bd. during World 
War. Mem., Black Hills District Med. Soc; S. 
Dak. State Med. Soc; A. M. A., 1907—. Married 
May Hiams, S 1, 1909, Rowan, la. Children: 
Marian Arabella, b. Je 11, 1910; Helen, b. S 12, 
1911 (died N 27, 1911); William Hiams, b. Je 21, 
1916 (died My 15, 1917); Jean Austiss, b. Mr 7, 
1918; Catherine Elva, b. D 17, 1919. Address, 
Bellefourche, S. Dak. 

ELMER E. CHURCH 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Prepared in 

Lafayette H. S. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 

at Lafayette, 111.; Toulon, HI. Address, 402 N. 

Van Buren St., Enid, Okla.t 



Phys 



LESLIE WEBB CLARKE 
and Surg.; M.D. Address, Seattle.}: 



HUGH PATRICK CONWAY 
(Brother of John M., '15, M.D.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 24, 1877, Elroy, Wis. 
8. John and Margaret (Dutton) Conway. Pre- 
pared in Elroy (Wis.) H. S. Mem., B. P. O. E.; 
Catholic Church. M. R. C, World War. Mar- 
ried Carrie Warn, Mr 1, 1905. Child, Margaret 
L., b. F 26, 1906. Address, Spring Valley, Wis. 

•GEORGE WILLIAM CORBETT 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Ph.G., N. 
W. Univ. Sch. of Pharm. Died D 16, 1906, at 
his home in Plymouth, Wis. 

BUDD CLARKE CORBUS 
M.D.; b. Jl 22, lK-"-\ LaSalle, 111.; s. J, R. and 
Sarah (Angle) Chorus. Prepared in West Division 
H. S. Nu Sigma Nu. Jr. Pi or., Genito-Urinary 
Surg, and Venereal Diseases, Coll. of Med., 
1909-10; Sr. Prof., do., 1910-13. Auth.: Cabots 
Mod. Urol.; many other books and magazine 
articles. Married Gertrude Pitkin, (Deceased) ; 
Ruth Bent. Child, Budd Clarke, Jr., b. 1907. 
Address, 1043 Hinman Ave, Evanston; bus add., 
30 Michigan Blvd., Chicago. 



♦WALTER BENNETT CORY 
M.D.; b. O 31, 1877, Bradford Co.. Pa.; s. 
Albert and Ida (Bennett) Cory. Prepared in 
Veroqua (Wis.) II. S. Gen. Med. practice. Cleve- 
land. Mem.. I. O. O. F.; A. F. A. M. Married 
Lettitia Fitzgerald. Ag 20. 1898. Children: 
Arthur J., b. Je 8, 1899.; Ethel P., b. Ap 14, 1903; 
Walter B. Jr., b. Jl 2, 1909. Died S 24, 1921, 
Cleveland. 



WARREN RANSOM COUMBE 
M.D.; b. N 25. 1804. Formerly at Blue River, 
Wis. Address, Richland Center, Wis. 



WARREN DEWEESE COY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 28, 1872, Green- 
ford, O.; s. Lewis D. and Laura C. (Bowell) Coy. 
B.S., Northeastern O. Norm. Coll.. 1892; M.D., 
Eclectic Med. Coll., Cincinnati. My 1897. Honor 
Roll, Coll. of Med., 1901. Gen. Med. and Surg. 
practice; Surgical Staff. Youngstown Hosp.. 
Youngstown, O. Mem.. A. F. A. M.; A. M. A.; 
State Med. Soc; Mahoning Co. Med. Soc; Am. 
Coll. of Surg. (Fellow). Married Olive Fullwiler. 
D 28, 1893, Canfield. O. (died S 12, 1914); Alma 
ShoUenberger, N 3, 1915, Montgomery, Pa. Ad- 
dress, 608 Market St., Youngstown, O. 



LOUISE LOCKWOOD CULVER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Attended 
Hahnemann Med. Coll., 1897-99. Gen. Med. 
practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Sandwich, 
Ill.t 

WILLIAM DICKSON CUNNINGHAM 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 30. 1872, Grove City, 
Pa.; s. John R. (b. Ap 19, 1829, do.) and Phoebe 
Beulah (Oakley) Cunningham (b. Mr 27, 1837, 
Owego, N. Y.). Prepared in Grove City (Pa.) 
H. S. A.B.. Grove City Coll., Pa., 1897. Located 
at Girard, Ohio, 1902—. Co. F, Pa. Vol.. Spani.sb- 
Am. War. Married Anna Robb, O 30, 1902, 
Beaver, Pa. Child, Ruth, b. Je 11, 1908. Ad- 
dress, Girard, O. 



RALPH CLINTON CUPLER 
M.D.; b. S 14, 1875, New London. Pa.; s, 
Mary H. Cupler. Prepared in Hyde Park H. S. 
Ph.G., N. W. Univ., 1896. Mgr., Football Team; 
Capt., Baseball Team; Ed.. Plexus. Staff Asst. 
Cook Co. Hosp., 1903; Demonstrator, Operative 
Surg, and Anat.. Chicago Post-Grad. Med. Sch.; 
Prof., Clin. Surg., Loyola, Univ.; Clin. Asst., do., 
N. W. Univ., 1911; Surg., St. Anthonys Hosp. 
Capt., M. C. U. S. A., World War; served at 
Base Hosp.. Camp Jackson, S. C. Auth., Many 
Mag. articles. Mem.. Grad. Sch. of Surg., 
Chicago; Chicago Surg. Soc; Am. Coll. Surg.; 
A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; M. E. Church. Mar- 
ried Isabelle Duncan. Child, Virginia, b. 1910. 
Address, 5329 Blackstone Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 
22.58 W. 24th St., do. 

♦FRANK DENNERT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Med. Dept., 
Univ. of la., 2 yrs. Deceased. 



ALDEN RAY DENNY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. B.Ph. in Philosophy, 
Univ. of la., 1898. Attended Med. Dept., Univ. 
of la., 1897-98. Formerly of Mt. Union, la. 



GEORGE RAPHIELD DIVEN 
M.D.; b. Ap 1, 1876, Perkinsville, Ind.; s. 
Charles (b. 1851, Pendleton, Ind). Prepared in 
Anderson (Ind.) H. S.; Ind. Univ., 1897-99. 
Phi Rho Sigma. Located in Utah, 1901; Lead, 
S. Dak., Homestake Hosp., 1901-05. M(m., 
B. P. O. E. Married, Mr 10, 1905, Lead, S. Dak. 
Address, 6135 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles. 



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CHARLES AUGUSTUS DODSON 
M.D.; b. My 29, 1874, Kane, 111.; s. James T. 
and Addie (Petit) Dodson. D.O., Am. Sch. of 
Osteopathy, 1905. Mem., 2nd Presby. Church. 
Married Grace Stevens, Jl 1, 1919. Address, 
Y. M. C. A., Little Rock, Ark.; bus. add., Boyle 
Bldg., do. 

GEORGE DOHRMANN 
M.D.; b. Je 30, 1877, Hamelworden, Ger.; 
s. Otto and Adele (Ayecke) Dohrmann. Prepared 
in Freiburg (Ger.) H. S. Wells prize, 1901. 
Attending Surg., North Chicago Hosp. Mem., 
A. F. A. M., Logan Square Lodge, 891; A. M. A.; 
111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Kaethe Heinsohn, Je 12, 1914, Louisville, 
Ky. Children: George Jr., b. Ap 16, 1916; Rita, 
b. Ap 17, 1919. Address, 3634 Wrightwood Ave., 
Chicago. 

WALTER AMAZI DOMER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
North Manchester (Ind.) H. S. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Wabash, Ind.t 

♦ALFRED Deforest donkle 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 20, 1874, Verona, 
Wis. Prepared in Wayland Acad., and Madison 
(Wis.) H. S. Ph.G., Univ. of Wis., 1898. Alpha 
Kappa Kappa. Univ. Track team, 1897-98; 3rd 
place. Intercollegiate Meet, Chicago, 1898; Record 
holder, Inter-Scholastic Field Meets. Intern, 
Augustana Hosp., 1901. Mem., 111. State Med. 
Soc. Died 1902, Chicago. 

JOHN CONDIT DWYER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 2, 1872, Coshocton, 
O.; s. James and Sophia (Condit) Dywer. Pre- 
pared in Mt. Pleasant (la.) Pub. Schs.; la. Wes- 
leyan Univ., 2 yrs.; Univ. of Mich., Dept. of 
Med. and Surg., 1897-98. Army service. Camp 
Funston, 1918-19. Married Eleanor Clark, 1909, 
St. Charles, Minn. Child, John Clark, b. Jl 18, 
1913. Address, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. 

NOBLE MURRAY EBERHART 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Prepared in 
Racine (Wis.) Coll., and Abingdon Coll., 1891. 
M.D., Bennett Coll., 1894. SpeciaUst in Roent- 
genology. Address, 1357 Asbury Ave., Hubbard 
Woods, 111.; bus. add., 25 E. Washington St., 
Chicago. t 

EDWARD GLENNON ENGLISH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. ; Prepared in Arcadia 
(Wis.) H. S. 

JOHN ADOLPH WILLIAM FERNOW 
M.D.; b. F 14, 1863, Alton, 111.; s. John and 
Henriette L. (Wuetzler) Fernow. Prepared in 
Alton (111.) H. S.; Ph.G., St. Louis Coll. of Pharm. 
1883. Phys., Ft. Dearborn Ho.sp., Chicago. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., Commandery, Shrine. Mar- 
ried Emelie H. Holzhansen, Je 22, 1887. Children: 
Marie H., b. O 29, 1890; John A. W. Jr., b. Ag 
17, 1894. Address, Savings Bank Bldg., 7 W. 
Madison St., Chicago. 

♦MORTIMER FRANK 
Ophthalmologist; M.D.; b. 1875. B.S. and 
C.E., Mass. Institute of Tech., 1897. Opthalmol- 
ogist to Michael Reese and other Hosps. Noted 
as a collector of Med. historical books, corre- 
spondence, and incunabula. Ed., BuL, Chicago 
Soc. of Med. Hist. Auth.: Caricature in Med.; 
Early Ophthalmologic Surgs.; many other Med. 
historical essays and studies; completed translation 
of Choulants History of Anatomical Illustration. 
Mem., Chicago Ophthalmol. Soc; Am. Acad, of 
Ophthalmol, and oto-Laryngol.; A. M. A. Died 
Ap 21, 1919, Chicago. 



GEORGE MARION FRENCH 
Med. Dir.; M.D.; b. Jl 20, 1879, 111.; s. T. P. 
and Eugenie T. (Robinson) French. Prepared in 
David City, (Neb.) H.S. Med. Dir., Court of 
Honor Life Assn.; Capt., M. R. C, 108 Artillery, 
World War. Married Helen E. Wood, D 3, 1902, 
Danville, 111. Address, 625 S. 7th St., Springfield, 
111.; bus. add., Court of Honor Bldg., do. 

GEORGE GALLOWAY 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 15, 1866, Ontario, Can.; 
s. Charles S. and Mary E. (Thompson) Galloway. 
Prepared in Lindsay (Ont.) H. S. and Normal 
School, Ottawa, Ont. Formerly at 3022 Archer 
Ave., Chicago. Mem., A. M. A.; A. F. A. M.; 
I. O. O. F. Address, 802 W, 31st St., Chicago. 

ISABELLA MAUD GARNETT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Harvey Med. 
Coll., 1897-99. Hosp. Work, Provident Hosp., Chi- 
cago. Address, Evanston, ULf 

EDWARD FRANCIS GARRAGHAN 

Associate; M.D.; b. Ag 21, 1873; s. Gilbert 
(b. Ireland) and Bedelia (Kehoe) Garraghan (b, 
Mr 2, 1843, Chicago). Prepared in Foster and 
Skinner Pub. Schs. and St. Ignatius Acad., Chi- 
cago. B.A., St. Ignatius Coll. (Loyola Univ.), 
1895; M.A., do., 1900. Special Courses in Eye, 
Ear, Nose, and Throat, Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose 
and Throat Coll., 1906. Asst. in Othol., Rhinol., 
and Laryngol., Chicago Policlinic, 1907-15; Asst. 
Eye Surg., 111. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, 
1910—; Instr., Ear, Nose, and Throat, Coll. of 
Med., 1915-19; Assoc, do., 1919—. Attending 
Laryngol., Cook Co. Hosp., 1918-19; do., Chicago 
Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. Auth.: Cases 
Presented by Ophthalmol. Soc, including: Tuber- 
culosis and Syphilis of Cornea; Detachment of 
Retina; Papilloma of Cornea; Submucuous Re- 
section of Nasal Septum, III. Med. Jour., Status 
Thymus Lymphaticus, do. Mem., Loyola Alumni 
Assn. (Ex-Pres.); Chicago Med. Soc (Councillor); 
A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Ophthal- 
mol. Soc; Am. Acad. Ophthalmol, and Oto- 
Laryngol. Married Grace Reddy, Je 1, 1912, 
Chicago. Address, 25 E. Washington St., Chicago. 

TALBOT JOHN HOWE GORRELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; .b. 1872. Practice 
limited to Ophthalmol., Otol., Laryngol., and 
Rhinol. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Chicago 
Heights, 111. 

HENRIETTA GOULD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Harvey Med. 
Coll., 2 yrs. Instr., Clin. Laryngol., Rhinol. and 
Otol., Coll. of Med., 1902-08. Address, 1615 
W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. t 

JOSEPH ANSLEY GUSTAFSON 

Phys. and Surg ; M.D.; b. F 7, 1873, Henry 
Co., 111.; s. John Godfrey (b. Ap 20, 1844, Sweden) 
and Elizabeth (Weech) Gustafson (b. F 9, 1851, 
Eng.). Prepared in Orion H. S.; Knox Coll., 
Galesburg, 111. Phys. and Surg., Orion, III , 
1901 — . Mem. of Examining Bd. for drafted 
soldiers, Henry Co., 111. Mem., Baptist Church; 
A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Henry Co. Med. 
Soc. Married, O 30, 1901, Galesburg, 111. Chil- 
dren: Joseph Goddard, b. My 6, 1907; Robert 
James, b. O 10, 1910. Address, Orion, 111. 

GEORGE HAAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. M.D., 111. 
Med. Coll., 1900. Formerly located in Wahoo, 
Neb. Asst. Obstetrics, Coll. of Med., 1919-20. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, 344 Marion St., Aurora, 
III.; 6ms. add., 12 S Broadway, do.t 

JOHN WILLIAM HANSHUS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., N. W. Univ. 
Sch. of Pharm., 1897. Address, 2226 N. California 
Ave., Chicago.! 



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ERNEST SAMUEL HEILMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S79. Attended 
State Univ. of la., 2 yrs. Eye, Ear, Nose, and 
Throat Specialist. Mem., A. M. A.; North- 
western Oph-Rhin-Lar-Otic Soc. Address, Ida 
Grove, la.t 

EDWARD LOUIS HEINTZ 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 27, 1874, Rolhi, Mo.; 
s. John Louis, and Francis (deBaucnifeind) Hciiitz. 
Prepared in White lake (S. Dak.) H. S., and 
Univ. of S. Dak., 1S91-9.3. Ph G., St. Louis Coll. 
of Pharm., 1^98. Alp) a Kappa Kappa; Alpha 
Omega Alpha; Univ. Track Team; 1st I.t., Bn. 
Adj., Univ. of S. Dak. Mem., Faculty, Coll. of 
Med., 1901—; Asst. Prof., Materia Med. do., 
1901-07; Adjunct Prof., do., 1907-11; Asst. Prof.. 
Clin. Med,, do.. 1911; at present Assoc. Prof., 
Med. and Clin. Med., One of the founders of the 
Univ. Hosp. and l"niv. Hosp. Sch. of Nursing; 
Sec. and attending Phvs., do., 1907 — ; do.. Cook 
Co., Hosp., 1917-19.; Chm., Legislative Com. of 
the Med. Alunmi Assn., 1917; served on Legis- 
lative Com., Gen. Alumni Assn., do.; Mem. of 
Chicago Com. of Gregory Memorial. Med. Ex- 
aminer, Exemption Bd. 35, Chicago, World War. 
Auth.: History of .\lpha Kappa Kappa Fraternity; 
Many articles on Med. Subjects. ISIem., Coll. of 
Med. Alumni Assn. (Pres. at the time Coll. of 
Phvs. and Surgs. was taken over bv the Univ. of 
111., 1912-13); Chicago Assn. of the Univ. of S. 
Dak. (Ex-Pres.); A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc.; 
Chicago Med. Soc; Married Bertha Marie Han- 
sen, 1911, Chicago. Child, John Louis, b. 1912 
(Died 1914). Address, 5942 W'. Huron St., Chi- 
cago; bus. add., 30 N. Mich. Ave., do. 

GEORGE MURRAY HENBEST 
Specialist, Eve, Ear, Nose, and Throat; M.D.; 
b. S 9. 186S, Hebron, Wis.; s. Charles and Mary 
(Gay) Henbest. Address, Appleton, Wis. 

WILLIAM CLARENCE HESS 
M.D.; b. Je 10, 1874, Guthrie Co., la.; s. M- 
M. and Mary C. (Lydick) Hess. Located in 
Bagley, la.. 1901-08; Cresco, la., 1908 — . Mem., 
I. O. O. F.; M. E. Church. Married Sarah A. 
Carr, O 12, 1901. Children: Dorothy, b. Ap, 
1902; Arthur, b. My 1905; Robert, b. N 1909; 
George, b. O 1915. Address, Cresco, la. 

LEWIS DeWITT HEWS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 14, 1876; s. Robert 
Henry (b. .11 5, 1845, Trenton, N. Y.) and Martha 
(Lewis) Hews (b. F 12, 1847, Steuben, N. Y.). 
Prepared in Epworth Seminary, Epworth, la., 
1896; la. State Univ., 1897-98. Phys., Rockwell 
City, la., 1901-20; do.. Long Beach, Calif., 1920—. 
Co. Food Administrator, during World War; 
Chm. of Co. Council of Defense. Mem., A. A. 
S. R.; A. F. A. M., .32°; Zayaziy; Shrine. Married 
Jessie G. Pritchard, Jl 3, 1918, Spokane, Wash. 
Address, Long Beach, Cal. 



BERNARD ALFRED HOERMANN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Univ. of 
Mich. Med. Sch., 1896-1900. A.B., N. W. Univ., 
1896. Formerly located in Watertown, Wis. Ad- 
dress, 912 Windlake Ave., Milwaukee.t 

WILLIAM PETER HOMBACH 
M.D.; b. D 24, 1802; s. Peter and Applonia 
(Schumacher) Hombach. Prepared in la. Pub. 
Sch.s. Married Anna Steininger, S 26, 1880. 
Children: Frances J., b. Jl 8, 1887; William H., 
b. My 26, 1889; Anna T., b. S 25, 1890; Walter 
P., b. Ap 2, 1892; Frank J., b. D 24, 1893; Leo 
J., b. N 21, 1896. Address. 608 First Ave., Coun- 
cil Bluffs, la.; bus. add., 610 Fourth Ave., do. 

FRANK STEWART HOWE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 13, 1876, Industry, 
Pa.; 8. Joseph S. (b. 8 18, 1837, Tarentum, Pa.) 



and Loui.sa M. (Stewart) Howe (b. O 7, 1843, 
Westmoreland Co., Pa.). B.S., Geneva Coll. 
Grad. work, yearly, Rochester, Minn., and CI i- 
cago Clinics. Located in Deadwood, S. Dak , 
1901—; Surg., Conn. Ry. Co., 1904—; do., C. B. & 
Q. By. Co., 1910—; St. Joseph's Hosp. Mem., 
S. Dak. Bd., Med. Examiners, 1908-12 (Pres., 
two yrs.); Local Exemption Bd., 1918. Mem., 
S. Dak. State Med. Soc; Fellow, Am. Coll. Surgs.; 
B. H. Consistory, A. F. A. M., 32°, Deadwood, 
S. Dak., Scottish Rite and Naja Temple Shrine. 
Married, Ag 29, 1904, Deadwood, S. Dak. Chil- 
dren: Elizabeth Loui.se, b. Ap 27, 1906; John 
Stewart, b. My 8, 1908; Lillian Genevieve, b. 
N 9, 1910; Laura May, b. Jl 18, 1913; Margaret 
Olive, b. Ja 26, 1916. Address. B. Hills Bank 
Bldg., Deadwood, S. Dak. 



ROBERT PATTON HOXSEY 
M.D.; b. Ja 25, 1870, Mason, 111. Address, 
Red Cloud, Neb. 



CHESTER WILLIAM HUBBARD 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 9, 1876, Cedar Rapids, 
la.; s. Charles Porter (b. S 27, 1846, Cummington, 
Mass.) and Martha Eliza (Haney) Hubbard (b. 
N 4, 1845, Montreal, Can.). Prepared in H. S. 
Located in Atkins, la., 1901-12; Mason City, do., 
1912 — . Examining Surg., U. S. Army, 1918. 
Married Lucy Simmons, N 14, 1901, Cedar 
Rapids, la. Children: Tom S. b. Ja 26, 1904; 
Charles Porter, II, b. Jl 10, 1906. Address, 701 
N. Federal Ave., Mason City, la.; bus. add., 
429-30 M. B. A. Bldg., do. 



HIRAM HENRY HUNT 

Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 21, 1867, Independence, 
la.; 8. Hiram H. (b. Jl 4, 1823, Baltimore, Md.) 
and Almira (Salter) Hunt (b. O 7, 1832, Still- 
water, O.). Prepared in Independence (la.) H. S. 
Gen. Med. practice, Hazleton, la. 1st Lt., M. 
C, U. S. A.; Base Hosp. 25, U. S. A., Ft. Benja- 
min Harrison, Ind., Ag 1-D 4, 1918. Mem., 
Buchanan Co. Med. Soc; la. State Med. Soc. 
Married, Jl 18, 1908, Independence, la. Children: 
Kathryn E., b. Ap 23, 1910; Marv, b. Jl 30. 1913; 
Margaret A., b. S 14, 1918. Address, Hazleton, la. 

HENRY EUGENE IRISH 
Pediatrican; M.D.; b. Mr 31, 1877, Jackson, 
Mich.; s. David and Diana (Moe) Irish. Prepared 
in Jackson, Mich. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Instr., 
Materia Med. and Therapeutics, Coll. of Med., 
1906-12; Instr., Jr. Med., do., 1912-14; Instr., 
Pediatrics, do., 1914-16; Assoc, in do., 1916-17; 
Asst. Prof., do., 1917 — . Mem., Selective Serv. 
Bd., 30, World War. Auth.: Various magazine 
articles. Married Elizabeth W. Blume, My 23, 
1906, Address, 3211 Washington Blvd., Chicago; 
bus. add., 30 N. Michigan Blvd., do. 



♦ISAAC MELVIN JACOBS 
Phys. and Surg,; MD,; b. 1877. Attended 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Keokuk, la,, 1897-99. 
Formerly located in Wichita, Kan. Died Je 29, 
1904, at his home in Perth, Kan. 



*ALBERT COWELL JOHNSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Attended 
Barnes Med. Coll., 1897-1900. Formerly located 
in Horace, III. Mem., Aesculapian Med. Soc. 
of Wabash Valley; Vermilion Co. Med. Soc. 
Died Je 10, 1906 at his home in Sidell, 111. 



CECIL CORWIN JOHNSON 
M.D.; b. F 27, 1877, Wilton, la.; s. W. G. and 
Dora Frances (Hill) Johnson. Prepared in Wilton, 
(la.) H. S. Mem,, A. F. A, M., 32° Shrine. Mar- 
ried Frances West, Ja 23, 1902, Glendale, W. 
Va. Children: John C, b. F 20, 1903; Anna 
J., b. D 5, 1904. Address, Le Claire, la. 



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MARION SPAREHAWK JORDAN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 16, 1866; s. George 
and Lucinda (Harman) Jordan. Prepared in West. 
Norm. Coll., Bushnell, 111. Nu Sigma Nu. Gen. 
Med. and Surg, practice. Married Charlotte 
Clarke, Je 16, 1909, Maquoketa, la. Child, Jack, 
b. My 19, 1910. Address, 507 7th Ave., Clinton, 
la.; bus. add., Weston Bldg., do. 

ALBERT FREDERICK KAESER 
(Husband of Jennie M. Latzer, '00, B.S. in Sci.) 
Physician; M.D.; B.S. in Sci., 1898; b. D 9- 
1878, Highland, 111.; s. Fritz (b. My 13, 1847, 
Glarus, Switzerland) and Catherine (Kaindl) 
Kaeser (b. My 13, 1849, Highland, 111.). Pre- 
pared in Univ. of 111. Prep. Sch. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Adelphic; Honor 
Roll; Fresh, class V. P. Grad. work in Clinics, 
Univ. of Berlin, 1909; Chicago Policlinic, Mr 1- 
Mv 1, 1919. Phys., Bloomington, III., 1901-04; 
do.. Highland, 111., 1904—. Capt., M. C, U. S. 
A., Camp Greenleaf, Chickamauga Park, Ga., 
S 18-D 20, 1918; Dept. of Roentgenol.; Mem. 
of Med. Advisory Bd., E. St. Louis, III., 1918. 
Mem., Evang. Church. Married Jennie M. 
Latzer (B.S. in Sci., '00) Je 26, 1907, Highland, 
111. Child, Marion Ada, b. N 21, 1915. Address, 
Highland, 111. 

JAMES ROSSITER KELLOGG 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 29, 1875; s. A. C. and 

Harriet (Ackerman) Kellogg. Phys., Portage, 

Wis., 1901—. Married Edith Holbrook, O ,11, 

1910, Omaha, Neb. Address, Portage, Wis. 

JOSIE CECILIA KENNEDY (DIEDERICH) 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 1, 1872; d. Patrick and 
Mary (Dooly) Kennedy. Mem., Catholic Church. 
Married Peter R. Diederich, Ap 6, 1910, Rochelle, 
lU. Address, Rochelle, 111. 



DERK B. LANTING 
M.D.; b. Je 21, 1873, Jamestown, Mich. Mar- 
ried, Ap 10, 1002, Jamestown. Address, James- 
town, Mich. 

HERBERT K. LEMON 
Surgeon; M.D.; s. J. W. K. (b. Richmond, Ind. 
and Anne M. (King) Lemon (b. Cincinnati). 
Prepared in Private Schs., H. S.; LTniv. of Denver, 
and Hahnemann Med. Coll. and Hosp., Chicago. 
Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; Cook Co. Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 13th District, 
Tri-State Med. Soc. Address, Hawks Bldg., 
Goshen, Ind. 

ALOYSIUS J. LENNON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 4, 1878; s. John (b. 
Ap 7, 1837, Roscommon, Ire.) and Teresa (Fitz- 
gerald) Lennon (b. Ag 15, 1844, Kildare, Ire.). 
Prepared in Joliet H. S. Phys., Joliet, 111. Mem. 
of Med. Advisory Bd. for Will and Grundy Counties 
during World War. Mem., Will Co. Med. Soc, 
(Pres., 1914-15; Sec, 1916). Married, 1906, 
Streator, 111. Children: Agnes, b. 1908; Charles 
F., b. 1909; Rose Mary, b. 1913; Aloysius J., 
Jr., b. 1915 (died 1916). Address, 605 Herkimer 
St., Joliet, 111.; bus. add.. Woodruff Bldg., do. 

HENRY SYLVESTER LEONARD 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 26, 1874; s. Charles 
Edgar (b. N 11, 1838, Alton, 111.) and Theresa 
E. (King) Leonard (b. My 1843, Liberty, Ind.). 
Prepared in Liberty (Ind.) H. S. A.B., Miami 
Univ., 1898. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Kappa 
Kappa. Gen. Med. and Svirg. practice, Indian- 
apolis. 1st Lt., M. O. T. C, Ft. Riley, Kan., 
N 1918. Mem., Presby. Church (Deacon, 1917). 
Married, Ag 21, 1901, Anderson, Ind. (wife died 
D 1903); S 26, 1906, Indianapolis. Child, John 
Horace, b. O 22, 1914. Address, 1816 Ashland 
Ave., Indianapolis. 



GEORGE PETER KERRIGAN 
M.D.; b. F 20, 1871, Ireland; s. Peter and Anne 
(Ruddy) Kerrigan. Prepared in Erasmus Smith 
H. S., Galway, Ireland. Mem., K. C; Catholic 
Church. Married Evangeline M. Houston, Ja 1, 
1897. Children: Harold J., b. F 27, 1898; Charles 
J., b. F 8, 1900; Evelyn, b. Ap 20, 1902; Dorothy, 
b. D 22, 1905; Aileen, b. Ja 18, 1908. Address, 
6946 S. Racine Ave., Chicago. 

*ROSCOE GEORGE WILLIAM KINDER 
M.D.; b. 1876. Mem., Attending Staff, Rock- 
ford City Hosp., Rockford, 111., 1917. Mem., 
A. M. A. Died Ap 19, 1917, Rockford, 111. 

DAVID EDGAR KISECKER 

Phys. and Surg.;'M.D.; b. 1871. Prepared in 

H. S.; Harvey Med. Coll., 2 yrs. Formerly at 

Greencastle, Pa. Mem., A. M. A.; M. R. C, 

U. S. A. Address, Caldwell, Kan.t 

WESLEY ALFRED KOCH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Pekin H. S. Specialist in Pediatrics, Provo, Ut.; 
formerly of Peoria. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
527 Henrietta St., Pekin, Ill.t 

ALBERT CHARLES KUBICEK 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in St. Ignatius 
Coll. M.D., Bennett Med. Coll., 1899. Intern, 
Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago. Address, 1654 S. 
Clifton Park Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 2100 S. 
Crawford Ave., do.t 

HENRY GEORGE LAMPE 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 

Medill H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Commissioned 

in M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 4100 W. Madison 

St., Chicago; bus. add., 1820 S. Halsted St., do.t 



FLEMMING LOURESTON LIGGITT 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 30, 1873; s. Thomas 
(b. My 1, 1824, Pa.) and Martha (Thompson) 
Liggitt (b. Je 15, 1830). Prepared in 111. State 
Norm., Normal, 111. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Mar- 
ried Martha Westfall, Je 15, 1904, Rankin, 111. 
Children: Frances Elizabeth, b. Jl 27, 1914; 
Flemming Loureston, b. Jl 27, 1916; Leura Mar- 
garet, b. D 1, 1917. Address, Rankin, 111. 

FRANK BYN LING 

Phvs. and Surg.; M.D. Formerly at 708 S. 
16th St., Omaha, Neb. Address, Hastings, Neb.t 



ZACH JOHNSON LITTLE 
Professor; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in Osage 
(Kan.) H. S. Prof., Acute Inf. Diseases, Jenner 
Med. Coll., Chicago. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
2547 S. Lawndale Ave., Chicago.; bus. add., 7 
W. Madison St., do.t 

CARL WRIGHT LOCKHART 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 8, 1875, Utica, Wis.; 
s. Thomas Andrew (b. Mr 10, 1844, Ind.) and 
Amanda (Wright) Lockhart (b. O 17, 1849, N. Y.). 
Prepared in State Norm. Sch., Oshkosh, Wis.; 
N. W. Univ., 1897-98. Phi Rho Sigma. Lt., 
M. C, U. S. A., S 3, 1919-Ja 27, 1920; Stationed 
at Base Hosp. 124, Camp Hancock, Ga. Mar- 
ried Gladys Gale, Ag 23, 1905, South Haven, 
Mich. Children: Thomas A., b. Je 30, 1906; 
Lucy Gale, b. F 21, 1908; John M., b. My 17, 1911. 
Address, Mellen, Wis. 

FRANK ROY LOOPE 

(Son of George L., '86) 

Retired Physician; M.D.; b. D 31, 1873, Black 

Creek, Wis.; s. George Lafayette (b. O 23, 1847, 

New York) and Emma Jennie (Clark) Loope 

(b. Baraboo, Wis.). Prepared in Lawrence Univ., 



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in Ironwood. Mich,, IOOI-O.t; Bessemer, do., 
1905-09: Seattle, Wash., 1909—. Med. Dept., 
Mich. Nat. Guard, 1898-1904. Address, 2335 
Boylston Ave., N., Seattle, Wash. 

GEORGE JOHN LORCH 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1895; b. Ap 
8, 1874. Madison, Wis.; s. Jacob (b. 1817, Cassel, 
Ger.) and Louise (Seneer) Lorch (b. 1832, Grisen, 
Ger.). Prepared in Madison (Wis.) H. S. Alpha 
Kappa Kappa. Phvs. and Surg., Chicago, 1903 — ; 
Assoc, in Med., N. W. Univ. Sch. of Med., 1901-02: 
Instr., Materia Med. and Clin. Med., Coll. of 
Med.. 190G-12; Instr., Jr. Med., do., 1912-14; 
Instr., Med., do., 1914-18; Assoc, do., 1918—; 
Asst. attending Phys.. I'niv. Hosp. Mem.. Alumni 
Assn. (Sec, 1913-14; V. P., 1914-15); Chicago 
Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married 
Je 22, 1898. Address, 1800 W. Chicago Ave., 
Chicago. 

HENRY EVERHART LUEHRS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 2. 1879, Calumet 
Co., Wis.; s. Otto and Julia (DeLapert) Luehrs. 
Prepared in Chilton (Wis.) H. S., and Lawrence 
Univ., Appleton, Wis. Football Team. In charge 
of a mining Hosp. in S. A., 1919-20; Phys. and 
Surg, and Pub. Health Officer. Capt., U. S. A., 
World War. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°; I. O. O. F.; 
B. P. O. E.; A. M. A. Married, Je 10, 1910, 
Milwaukee. Child. Lester O., b. Ja 14. 1912. 
Address, LasVcgas, N. M. 

ANDREW McAULIFFE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in St. Ignatius 
Coll., 1896.; Rush Med. Coll., 1896-98. Gen. 
Med. practice. Address, 3817 Fillmore St.. Chi- 
cago.t 

HARRY KENYON McCALL 
M.D.; b. Ap 13. 1876, Duncombe, la.; s, John 
N. and Mary E. (Kenyon) McCall. Prepared 
in Tobin Coll., Ft. Dodge, la., and Med. Dept., 
Univ. of la. Located in Stanhope, la.; Water- 
loo, do. Mem., I. O. O. F.; A. F. A. M., Blue 
Lodge, Chapter, Commandery, Shrine, and Con- 
sistorv 32°: M. E. Church. Married Mabel E. 
Danielson, Je 27, 1906, Dayton, la. Children: 
John K., b. Ag 3, 1908; Mary M., b. D 24, 1914, 
Address, 624 W. 4th St., Waterloo, la.; bus. add., 
306-07 Ist Nat. Bank Bldg., do. 



WILLIAM ORRIN MoDOWELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 23, 1876, Water- 
loo, la.; s. James and Lovina E. (Baldwin) Mc- 
Dowell. Prepared in West Waterloo (la.) H. S. 
Nu Sigma Nu. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. 
Grundy, la. Mem,, Presby. Church; A. F. A. 
M.;K.T.: Shrine. Local Bd.. World War. Mar- 
ried Alma Sessions. 1901, Waterloo, la. Children: 
Harriette, b. 1907; WilHam. b. 1908; Jame.s, b. 
1910. Address, Grundy Center. la. 

JAMES JOSEPH McGUINN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Mr 31, i874; s. William (b. 
1850, Ire.) and Bridget Ann (Holloran) McGuinn 
(b. 1854. Vt.). Prepared in St. Josephs H. S., 
Davenport. la. and St. Ambrose Sch.. Rock Island, 
111. Nu Sigma Nu. Post-Grad. Course in Surg.. 
Chicago Policlinic. Phys. and Surg., Chicago, 
with practice limited to Gen. Surg.. 1901 — ; S>irg,, 
Columbus Hosp., do.; Instr., Med., Coll. of Med 
1902-04, Capt,. A, R. C, World War; foreign 
Serv., Evacuation Hosp. 3, Treves. Ger., 1918. 
Auth.: Monograph, Ovarian Sarcoma; Monograph, 
Bone-healing. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. 
A.; Am. Coll. of Surg. (Fellow). Married Helen 
Mabel Carroll, F 18. 1906. Children: John Car- 
roll, b. 1906; James Joseph, b, 1909; Mary Kath- 
lyne, b. 1914. Address, 5850 Kenmore Ave.. 
Chicago; bus. add., 30 N. Michigan Blvd.. do. 

WARREN G. Mcpherson 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 30, 1875, Neoga, 
111.; s. Elias (b. Mr 23. 1845, Pa.) and Mercy R. 
(Kelley) McPherson (b. S 1853, Ind.). Prepared 
in H. S. Post-grad, work, Chicago Policlinic. 
1910; N.Y. Post-Grad. Sch., 1916. Phys. and 
Surg., Bement, 111. Mem., Local Exemption Bd.. 
Piatt Co. Mem., A. M. A.; Decatur Med. Soc; 
III. State Med. Soc; Central 111. District Med. 
Soc; Piatt Co. Med. Soc Married Lulu M. Mc- 
Pherson, Jl 31, 1901, Toledo, 111. (died My 1, 1912); 
Grace McPherson, Jl 10. 1913, Gainsville, Tex. 
Children: Mae. b. O 24, 1902; Helen, b. Ap 11. 
1905. Address, Bement. 111. 

WILLIAM MAJOR 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 17, 1873, Eureka, 111.; 
s. J. and Mary S. (Jones) Ma,ior. B.S., Eureka 
Coll.. 1896. Phi Rho Sigma. Football. Coll. of 
Med., 1897-98-99-00. Married Maud M. Mea- 
cham, O 7, 1903, Eureka, 111. Address, 3030 S. 
Adams St., Peoria. 111. 



CLARENCE McCLELLAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Diploma, 
Ontario Veterinary Coll., 1891. Specialist in 
Gynecol.; formerly of Greenwood, Ind.; later at 
1520 Olive St., Chicago. Mem.. A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, Stronghurst. Ill.t 

♦WILLIAM MERRILL McCOY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1885. Located first 

in Clinton, la.; Gen. Med, practice. Wenatchee, 

Wash,. 1895-1915. Mem.. A. M. A. Died O 1, 

1915. Wenatchee. Wash. 

ROBERT JAMES McDONALD 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D."; b. 1871. Attended 

Keokuk Med. Coll., 1897-99. Formerly located 

in Last Lake, Wis. Address, Doylestown, Wis.t 

WILLIAM DAVID McDOWELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 1.5, 1862; s. Charles (b. 
1817, Ulster. Ire.) and Isabella (Clements) Mc- 
Dowell (b. 1821. do.). Prepared in H. S., and Rush 
Med. Coll., 1887. B.S., Monmouth Coll., Mon- 
mouth. III. 1886. Class pres. 1901. Instr.. Med., 
Coll. of Med.. 1900-08; Instr.. Sr. Med., do., 1910- 
14. Phys,, Chicago, 1901 — . Married Mary Edna 
Torrence. 1888. Monmouth. III. Children: Robert 
T., b. 1894 (died 1895); Marian B., b. 1890. Ad- 
drest, 3842 Jackson Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 
523 8. Crawford Ave., do. 



HUGH RALPH MARTIN 
Phy.sician; M.D,; b. Jl 17, 1875, Bement, 111.; 
s. Hudson (b. Je 26, 1835, Ky.) and Camilla T. 
(Purvis) Martin (b. 1840, Sullivan, 111.). Pre- 
pared in H. S. Located in Riverside, Calif., 
1901—. U. S. Army in Honolulu and P. I.. 
1898-99. Married Annetta Martin, Ja 1905. 
Riverside, Calif. Children: Hugh Hudson, b. 
Mr 18, 1909; Ralph Miller, b. Je 5, 1912; Worthing- 
ton. b. Ja 19. 1914. Address, 29 Rubidoux Drive. 
Riverside. Calif.; 6ms. add., 1023 Main St., do. 

WINFRED BYRUM MARTIN 
M.D.; b. My 13, 1877, Piatt Co.. 111.; s. William 
S. and Jane M. (Chandler) Martin. Phi Rho 
Sigma. 1st Lt.. M. C, U. S. A,, S 14, 1917-D 2, 
1917; Capt., do., D 3, 1917-Ap 9, 1919. Mem.. 
Congr. Church. Married lona MacDonald. S 30. 
1903. Chicago. Address, Naperville. 111. 

JOHN CUNNINGHAM MAXWELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Attended 
Rush Med. Coll.. 2 yrs. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly of Penrose. 111. Address, Sterling. Ill.f 

LAWRENCE HARLAND MEADOWS 

Physician; M.D.; b, N 13, 1877. Waverly, la.; 

s, William and Agnes Elizabeth (Brown) Meadows 

(b. Glasgow. Scotland). Prepared in Waverly 

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Columbia, 1910; Wash., 1912. Married Jeanne 
Pringle, D 24, 1919, Sau Francisco. Address, 
Clear Lake, Wash. 

EDWARD FREDERICK MEYER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. M.D., Jenner 
Med. Coll., 1900. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
4786 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago.t 

JOHN K. MORADIAN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 

Constantinople H. S. M.D., Nat. Med. Coll., 

Chicago, 1897. Address, 1200 Wells St., Chicago.t 

FRANK ROY MORTON 
Gen. Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 1.3, 1880, Philadelphia; 
s. Henry and Francisa (Sibers) Morton. Prepared 
in Pvt. Sch., Chicago. Phi Rho Sigma. Instr., 
Sr. Surg., Coll. of Med., 1910-12. Mem., A. F. 
A. M. Married Mabel Edwards, Je 1907, Chi- 
cago. Children: Dorothy, b. S 20, 1908; Francis, 
b. D 20, 1913. Address, 913 Buena Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 25 E. Washington St., do. 

*ENGELBRECHT NELSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1866. Mem., A. M. A. 
Died O 15, 1912, at the South Chicago Hosp., 
Chicago. 

WILLIAM MANNING NEWMAN 
Phy,sician; M.D.; b. S 5, 1871, Adolphustown, 
Ontario, Canada; s. William (b. Mr 16, 1839, 
Bedford, Eng.) and Sarah (Makeham) Newman. 
Prepared in Picton, (Ont.), H. S. and Ont. Agr. 
Coll., Guelph, Ont. Gen. Med. practice. Deer 
Park, Wash., 1901-02. Emergency surg., Spokane, 
Wash., 1912-15. Sec. Inland Empire CHnical 
Society, 1903. Married Nellie Levens, O 5, 1904 
(died Je 5, 1919). Child, Ruth, Levens, b. F 8. 
1907. Address, 309 S. Wall St., Spokane, Wash.; 
bus. add., 502 Old National Bank Bldg., do. 

CHARLES MONTAGUE NOBLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
Chicago Athenaeum. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, 5043^ S. Adams St., Peoria. t 

PHILIP DAMAS NOLAND 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 22, 1860, Star City, 
Ind.; s. Wesley and Sarah (Korner) Noland. 
Prepared in Anna (O.) H. S. M.D., Ky. Sch. of 
Med., 1888. Mem., Advisory Bd., Med. Exam- 
iners, World War. Married Sarah Dunn, Ag 1888, 
Star City, Ind. Address, Kouts, Ind. 

CLIFFORD IRWIN OLIVER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 26, 1877; s. 
Lovette (b. 1849, 111.) and Lavini Ruth OHver 
(b. do.). Prepared in Cornell Coll., Mt. Vernon, 
la. Phi Rho. Phys and Surg , Graceville, Minn., 
1901 — ; Chief Surg., Western Minn. Hosp.; do., 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and Great Nor- 
thern Rys. Capt., M. C, U. S- A., 1918-Ja 11, 
1919. Mem., Am. Coll. of Surgs. Married Myr- 
tle Gossard, Je 26, 1901. Children: Irwin, b. 
O 12, 1904; Lucille, b. Jl 11, 1902. Address, 
Graceville, Minn. 

DWIGHT CHAPMAN ORCUTT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Areola H. S.; Sp. in Sc, Univ. of 111., Urbana 
Depts., 1896-97. Specialist, Ophthalmol. Mem., 
Chicago Laryngol. and Otol. Soc; Chicago Oph- 
thalmol. Soc; A. M. A. Address, Hubbard Woods, 
111.; 6ms. add., 7 W. Madison St., Chicago.t 

JOHN MATHIEW PALMER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 30, 1869, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; s. Mary (Monohan) Palmer. Pre- 
pared in Milton (Wis.) H. S. Formerly of Gravs 
Lake, 111. Army Serv., World War, 1918-19. 
Mem., A. F. A. M. Auth.: Articles in Jour. A. 
M. A.: III. Med. Jour. Married Mary C. Spauld- 
ing, S 19, 1901, Milton, Wis. Children: John, 



b. Ag 1, 1902; Isabel, b. S 29, 1903. Address, 
532 Grand Ave., Waukegan, III.; bus. add., 137 
N. Genesee St., do. 

WILLIAM RILEY PARKER 
M.D.; b. Ap 30, 1870, Oilman, 111.; s. Thomas 
and Jane (Barnum) Parker. Ph.G., HI. Coll. of 
Pharm., 1889. Druggist for 10 yrs. Served on 
Exemption Bd., World War. Married Frances 
Cavanaugh, 1895, Oilman, 111. Child, Helen, 
b. Jl 10, 1898. Address', 703 Peoria Ave., Dixon, 
111.; 6ms. add., 121 First St., do. 

IVAN ARTHUR PARRY 
M.D.; b. Mr 24, 1876, Mankato, Minn., 
Evan and Anne Parry. Prepared in Mankato 
Norm. Sch. B.S., Univ. of Minn., 1897. Psi 
Upsilon. Football and Baseball, Univ. of Minn 
and Coll. of Med. U. S. Navy, World War 
Ap 20, 1917-Mr 25, 1919. Married Elizabeth 
Arnold, 1913, Mexico, Mo. Children: Ivan Jr 
b. 1915; Anne, b. 1916. Address, 905 13th St. 
N., Seattle; 6ms. add., 964 Empire Bldg., do. 

HANS PETER CHRISTIAN PETERSEN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Je 2, 1867, Denmark; s. P. 
C. and Christine (Hansen) Petersen. Prepared 
in Univ. of Copenhagen, Prep. Dept., and Pharm- 
acy Examinations in Denmark. Surg., Chicago, 
1902; Columbus, Neb., 1904; RadclifF, la., 1906; 
Tacoma, Wash., 1921. Auth.: Tubercular Di- 
seases of Bone in Children; Rural Health Rules; 
Diabetes from the Surgical Standpoint. Mem., 
Co. Med. Assn.; State Med. Assn.; A. M. A. Mar- 
ried Emilie Emilson, Ap 5, 1893, Chicago. Chil- 
dren: Adeline, b. 1894; Winfred, b. 1895; Victor, 
b. 1909. Address, 313 N. J St., Tacoma, Wash.; 
bus. add.. Suite 330 Provident Bldg., do. 

FRANKLIN RETRY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 9, 1874, Beaver 
Dam, Ind.; s. Jacob (b. 1838, Pa.) and Mary 
Jane (Swoveland) Retry (b. 1838, O.). Prepared 
in Ind. State Norm. Sch., Terre Haute, Ind.; Ind 
Med. Coll., 1897-99. Phys. and Surg., Akron 
Ind., 1901-03; do., Monticello, Ind., 1903-04 
Thayer, Ind., 1904-08; Gary, 1908-14; Lowell 
1914—. Mem., Presby. Church, 1910—. Mar 
ried Elva Amy East, My 28, 1905, Rensselaer 
Ind. Children: Franklin, Jr., b. Je 6, 1906; Lois 
Maxine, b. Jl 28, 1908; Wayne Leslie, b. O 1, 1910 
Donald Wilson, b. N 19, 1912; John Wilber, b 
S 25, 1915; Percis Marietta, b. S 13, 1917. Ad- 
dress, Lowell, Ind. 

VERA WALLIN PLETH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Sonora, Calif .t 

NINA DELL POLSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Laclede 
(Mo.) H. S.; III. Training Sch. for nurses, Chicago. 
Address, Laclede, Ill.t 

*IRENE ROBINSON PRATT 
M.D.; b. 1864. Died, My 15, 1918, Chicago. 



ORA MARCUS RHODES 
(Brother of Edward Melville, '00, LL.B.; '12, B.S.; 
'13, M.S.) 
Physician; M.D.; B.S., 1898; b. Mr 12, 1871, 
Bloomington, III.; s. Aaron Payne (b. Ap 19, 1834, 
Bloomington, III.) and Martha M. (Cox) Rhodes 
(b. Ag 9, 1834, do.). Prepared in country sch. 
and III. State Norm. Univ., Normal, III., 1894. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Capt., Co. D.; 1st Sergt.; 
1st Lt. Rifle Team; Varsity Football Team; Dele- 
gate to Nat. Convention of Alpha Kappa Kappa, 
Boston, 1900, representing 111.; Ed. of Illio, 1901. 
Grad. work, Univ. of Vienna, 1912-13. Vice 
Chm., Med. Advisory Bd., 11th District, 1918. 
Mem., Centennial Christian Church; McLean Co. 
Med. Soc. (Bd. of Trustee and Treas.); 111. State 



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Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Myrtle J. Downs, 
My 8, 1902, Elwowl, lud. Children: daughter, 
b. F 16, 1903 (died F IS, 1903); Aaron Payne, 
b. O 25, 190S; son (died Ap 5, 1910). Address, 
116 E. Grove St., Bloomingtou, 111.; bus. add., 
405-407 Corn Belt Bank Bldg., do. 

KATHARINE BRAINERD RICH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 1, 1S04, St. Albans. 
Vt.; d. Lawrence and Louise (Smith) Bruinerd. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc. Auth.: Articles in Jour. 
A M. A. Married John P. Rich, My 17, 1S93. 
Child, Jean K. Address, 1924 Sherman Ave., 
Evanston, 111.; bxis. add., 31 N. State St., Chicago. 

JOSEPH ELMER RIDENOUR 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 2. 1S73; s. John (b. My 
U. 1S20, Kingston. W. Va.) and Ehzabeth (Frush) 
Ridenour (b. My 2S, 1S35, Berlin, Pa.). Prepared 
in Tilford Acad, Vinton, la.; Univ. of la., 1897- 
1900. Grad. work, Chicago Policlinic. Phys., 
Jesup, la., 1901-04; do., Waterloo, 1904—. Mar- 
ried. Child. Edward Joseph, b. Je 10, 1911. 
Address, Waterloo. la. 

GEORGE ROY*RINGO 
Phya. and Surg.; M.D.j b. 1878. Omaha Med. 
Coll.. 1898-99. M.A., Fremont Coll.. 1898. Gen. 
Med. practice. Address, Minot, N. Dak.f 

WILLIAM FERNANDO ROBERTSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Arcadia (la.) H. S. Formerly located in Lamoni, 
la. ; retired from active practive. Address, Rolette, 
N. Dak.t 

THEODORE HENRY ROLFS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Marquette Coll., Milwaukee. Specialist, Surg. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, 400 Belleview Place, 
Milwaukee; bus. add., 450 12th St., do.t 

EDWARD DANIEL SAGE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended 
tJniv. of Mich., Med. Dept., 1897-99. Gen. Med. 
practice; at one time located in Gobleville, Mich. 
Address, 1020 Portage St.. Kalamazoo, Mich.; 
bus. add., 208 O'Brien Block, do.t 

THEODORE WILLIAM SCHOLTES 
M.D.; b. Ja 8, 1878, Reads Landing, Minn.; 
a. John and Katherine (Capacius) Scholtes. Pre- 
pared in Wabasha (Minn.) H. S. Alpha Kappa 
Kappa. Married Alice Bernbe, Ag 10, 1915, 
Munising, Mich. Four children. Address, Muni- 
sing. Mich. 

CHARLES JAMES SCOFIELD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Springfield H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
6920 Anthony Ave.. Chicago; bus. add., 2200 E. 
7l8t St.. do.t 

CHARLES EDWIN SEARS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended 
State Univ. of la., 1897-99. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly located in Sears, 111. Address, 778 
Flanders St., Portland, Ore.; bus. add., Stevens 
Bldg., do.t 

MATHIAS JOSEPH SEIFERT 
Professor; M.D.; b. Mr 2, 1806, Chicago; s. 
Anthony V. (b. Aus.) and Slargaret (Kannen) 
Seifert (b. Ger.). Prepared in Chicago .Schs. and 
Teachers Sem., St. Francis, Wis. A.B., Univ. 
of So. Minn.. 1914. Grad. work. Chicago Musical 
Coll. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Marion Sims Hosp,, 
1898-1902; Asst., Phy.siol., Coll. of Med.. 1899- 
1901; Instr.. Sr. Med., do., 1901-06; Adjunct Prof., 
Operative Surg., do., 190.5-09; Instr.. Gynecol., 
Chicago Policlinic. 1901-06; Prof.. Phys. Diag. 
and Anestbesiol., Coll. of Dent., 1905-09; Prof., 
Sr. Surg.. Dearborn Med. Coll., 1906-07; Prof., 



Surg, and Head of Surg. Dept., Chicago Hosp. 
Coll. of Med.. 1912-17; Surg., Columbus and St. 
Mary of Nazareth Hosps., 1921; Lecturer, Gyne- 
col., do. Auth.: Med. Instruction, The Chicago 
Med. Recorder, Jl, 1902; Medicine, do., F 1906; 
The Medical Sch. of the Future, Med. Standard, 
S 1902; Traumatic Cerebral Diabetes, Am. Med., 
Jl, 1905; Univ. of 111. Coll. of Dent. Inaugural, 
Plexus, D 1907; Arterio- Venous Aneurism of the 
Deep Epigastric Artery and Vein, Report of a 
Unique Case with a Review of the Literature, 
Surg., Gynecol, and Obstetrics, Jl 1914; Manual of 
Practical Gynecol.. Chicago Med. Book Co., 1915; 
Latent Atypical Malaria Complicating the Puer- 
perium. Jour. A. M. A., D 1914; Abnormal Lac- 
tation, A Careful Study of the Literature with the 
Report of a Case, read at the 71st Annual Session 
of the A. M. A., Ap 1920, Jour. A. M. A., Je 1920; 
Eccyesis, with a Comprehensive Review of the 
Literature, Internal. Clinics, V 2, Ser. 30, 1920; 
Aneurism Arterio Venous, Chicago Med. Recorder: 
Med. Problems of the Future; The Influence of 
the Fine Arts upon Life. Mem., Chicago Med. 
Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Phys. Club 
of Chicago; K. C; C. O. F.; Am. Coll. of Surgs. 
(Fellow). Married Mary C. Karst, F 8, 1888, 
C'licago. Children: Myra C; Earl (deceased). 
Address, 585 Hawthorne Place, Chicago; bris. add., 
30 N. Michigan Ave., do. 

*WILLIAM REYNOLDS SEVERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Spanish- 
Am. War Veteran; Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Camp 
Kearney, World War; hon. discharge, Mr 8, 1918. 
Died Je 14, 1920, Los Angeles. 

JAMES WILSON SHANKS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Clarksville (Mich.) Acad.; Univ. of Mich., Med. 
Sch., 1897-1900. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Specialist. Mem., South-western Mich. Trio- 
logical Soc. Address, Peck Bldg., Grand Rapids, 
Mich.t 

ROBERT HENRY SHAW 
M.D.; b. S 18, 1877, Lyndon, 111.; s. William 
H. and Ella (Moore) Shaw. Prepared in Lyndon 
H. S. Mem., Stephenson Co. Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med. Soc. Married Laura Sebring, S 18, 1902, 
Dixon, 111. Children: William Harold, b. Ag 30, 
1903; Mildred Irene, b. D 23, 1904; Inez Elizar 
beth, b. F 24, 1906. Address, 1208 S. West Ave., 
Freeport, 111.; bus. add., 3 E. Stephenson St., do. 

HAUPHREY HELM SHERWOOD 
M.D.; b. Ja 12, 1872, Shabbona. 111.; s. Frank 
O. and Lucinda (Helm) Sherwood. Ph.G., N. 
W. Univ., 1894. Located at New Windsor, 111., 
1901-05; Bowen, 111., 1905-10; Humboldt. S. Dak., 
1910—. Mem., S. Dak. Med. Assn.; A. M. A.; 
Sioux Falls Dist. Med. Assn. Married Bertha 
K. Kyler, Je 25, 1896, Kirkwood, 111. Children: 
Kenneth K., Jl 23, 1902; Richard, b. Je 11, 1908. 
Address, Humboldt, S. Dak. 

WILLIAM EDWARD SHOOK 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 28, 1872, Nemaha, Neb.; 
s. John H. and Ella (Pike) Sliook. Prepared in 
Auburn (Neb.) H. S. and Cotner Univ., Bethany, 
Neb. Gen. Med. practice, Shubert, Neb., 1903—. 
Med. Advisory Bd., Richardson Co., Neb., World 
War. Mem., Christian Church; Shrine; A. M. 
A.; Neb. State Med. Soc. Married Lizzie B. 
Shurtleff, Je 25, 1902, Humboldt, Neb. Chil- 
dren: Mildred D., b. Je 20, 1904; Eleanor E.. b. 
O 16, 1907. Address, Shubert, Neb. 

IRENE SMEDLEY 
Phys. and- Surg.; M.D.; b. My 2.5, 1863, Bel- 
videre. 111.; d. Lyman D. and Elizabeth (Sager) 
Smedley. A.B., Pella Coll.. 1892. Received 2 
Gold Medals for Oratory. Phys. and Surg., Tama. 
la., 1902-10; Completed 1 yr. of work at Coll. of 
Med., 1912; Specialist, Obstetrics, Sioux Falls, 
S. Dak., 1912 — . Served the Red Cross in work 



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for relief of war sufferers. Head of the S. Dak. 
drive for the Am. Womens Hosp. Mem., Bus. 
and Professional Womens Club, (Pres.); Baptist 
Church. Address, 702 S. Duluth Ave., Sioux Falls 
S. Dak.; bus. add., Paulton Bldg., do. 

HUGH EMORY SMITH 
M.D.; b. S 24, 1873; s. H. B. and Marie (Westen- 
kame) Smith. Prepared in Ithaca (Mich.) H. S. 
Formerly located in Gobleville, Mich. Married 
Alberta Allen, 1907. Children: Esta Kate, b. 
1910; Ralph J., b. 1916. Address, Newman, Calif. 

JAMES TAYLOR SMITH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Harvey Med. 
Coll., 1897-1900. Address, Westfield, N. C.J 

*ERIK SOEGAARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Otto 
Andersens Latin Sch., Christiania, Norway. For- 
merly at 451 4th St., San Bernardino, Calif. 
Deceased. 

JULIUS CHARLES SOMMERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in 
Madison (Wis.) H. S. Specialist, Roentgenology. 
Address, 14 E. Mifflin St., Madison. Wis.f 

WALTER STERNBERG 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 27, 1874, Mitchell- 
ville, la.; s. Lambert (b. Ap 28, 1838, Richland 
Springs, N. Y.) and Rosina (Fabian) Sternberg (b. 
1848, Roundout, N. Y.). Prepared in H. S.; High- 
land Park Norm. Coll., 1892-94. Ph.G,, Drake 
Univ., 1896. Phi Rho Sigma; Football and Base- 
ball. Mem., Local Bd., Henry Co.; Chm., Henry 
Co. Council of Defense; Co. Food Administrator; 
Chm., M. O. R. C; enlisted and commissioned in 
M. C. U. S. A., but not called to service. Married 
Elizabeth Mary Hunter, Jl 16, 1902, Detroit, 
Mich. Children: Virginia Glenn, b. Mr 15, 1904; 
Walter Lambert, b. Mr 9, 1906; Thomas Hunter, 
b. Jl 25, 1908. Address, Mt. Pleasant, la. 

HIRAM READ STILWILL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.: b. 1872. M.D., Wash- 
ington Univ. Med. Sch., St. Louis, 1898. Specia- 
list, Ophthalmol.; formerly of Lyndall, S. Dak. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Am. Acad, of Ophthalmol.; 
Colo. Ophthalmol. Soc. Address, MetropoHtan 
Bldg., Denver.t 

ALVIN MARTIN STOBER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Greene 
(la.) H. S.; Univ. of la., Med. Dept., 1897-99. 
Address, 3213 Altgeld St.. Chicago.t 

WILLIAM STORCK 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1889; b. My 7, 1866, 
Ger.; s; Phillip (b. Mr 22, 1830, Ger.) and Louisa 
(Becker) Storck (b. My 6, 1842, Ger.). Prepared 
in Ger. Schs. Married Anna D. Storck, O 19, 
1893, Stoughton, Wis. Address, 5414 Drexel Ave.. 
Chicago; bus. add., 5504 Kenwood Ave., do. 

EDWIN AUGUST STREICH 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 21. 1876, Oshkosh. Wis.; 
s. August F. and Ernestine (Beetzin) Streich. 
Prepared in N. W. Univ. Sch. of Pharm., 1898. 
Mem., A. F, A. M.; B. P. O. E. Address, 1557 
W. Garfield Blvd.. Chicago: bus. add., 5505 S. 
Ashland Ave., do. 

HERBERT RANKIN STRUTHERS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1893; b. Je 22, 
1872, DePere, Wis.; s. Thomas S., (b.D 22, 1830, 
Scotland) and Mary (Sutherland) Struthers (b. 
Mr 20, 1832, Can.). Prepared in De Pere (Wis.) 
H. S. Phvs. and Surg., Ashkum, 111., 1902-18; 
do., Gravslake, III., Ja 1919—. World War, Ag 
19, 1918-D 19, 1919. Married S 9, 1895, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Child, Thomas M., b. Ja 22, 1897. 
Address, Grayslake. 111. 



GEORGE GORDEN TALMAGE 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 20, 1869, Brushy Prairie. 
Ind.; s. Elisha and .lane (Griffith) Talmage, 
Address, Washta, la. 

♦MARTHA GURINE THORWICK 
(Di GIAMINI) 
Phy.s. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Jenner Med. 
Coll., 1897-99. Died N 16, 1921, San Francisco. 

CHARLES PETER TILLMONT 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 13, 1871, New Bremen, 
N. Y.; s. Stephen (b. France) and Elizabeth (Bock) 
Tillmont (b. do.). Prepared in Lowville Academy, 
Lowville, N. Y. Gen. Med. practice, 1901-19; 
Hydro-Therapy, Electro-Therapeutics, Psychologi- 
cal Therapeutics, and X-Ray, Centerville, la., 
1919—. Vol. Serv, World War. Mem., K. C; 
B. P. O. E.; Catholic Church; Centerville Country 
Club. Married Kathryn E. Connors, S 5, 1900, 
Dixon, 111. Children: Martha Elizabeth, b. Ja 
10, 1902; Mary Josephine, b. N 2, 1906; Elizabeth 
Ann, b. D 17, 1912. Address, 116 N. 13th St.. 
Centerville, la. 

*FREDERICK,AUGUSTUS TREACY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Attended 
Harvey Med. Coll. before entering Coll. of Med. 
Formerly located in Lewiston, Mont. Mem., 
A. M. A. Died O 21, 1904, Helena, Mont. 

*AGNES TURNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Prepared in 
South Bend (Ind.) H. S.; Hahnemann Med. Coll., 
1897-98. Died N 18, 1901, Epworth Hosp., South 
Bend, Ind. 

DELOS ASHLEY TURNER 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1877. Formerly located in 
Goldfield, Nev. Address, Tonopah, Nev.t 

JULIUS HIRSCH ULRICH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 9, 1876, Peoria, 
111.; s. Charles and Emelie (Hirsch) Ulrich. Ph.G., 
Philadelphia Coll. of Pharm., 1895. Address, 709 
Hayward St., Peoria, HI.; bus. add., 801 Lehman 
Bldg.. do. 

ROY THOMAS URQUHART 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 25, 1877. Prepared in 
South Bend (Ind.) H. S., 1895. Capt.. M. C. 
U. S. A.; stationed at Camp Custer. Mich.; U. S. 
Gen. Hosp. 36, Detroit, World War. Mem., A. 
F. A. M. Married Edna Stephenson, O 22, 1903. 
Children: Donald, b. 1906; Jean, b. 1912. Address, 
438 E. Pleasant St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

JAMES APTHORP VAN HORNE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Columbus (O.) H. S.; Jefferson Med. Coll., 1897-98. 
Gen. Med. practice; formerly of Omaha, Neb. 
M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 1356 Woodward Ave.. 
E.. Detroit, Mich.J 

VICTOR IMMANUEL VESTLING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. A.B , Augus- 
tana Coll., 1895. Formerly located in Rock Island, 
111. Address, Stanton, la.J 

BISMARCK VON WEDELSTAEDT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Attended 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Hamline Univ., 1897-99. 
Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialist; formerly located 
in St. Paul; later at Chicago. Staff, Eye, Ear. 
Nose and Throat, Post-Grad. Hosp., Chicago. 
Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago 
Med. Soc. Address, 1113 E. 4th St., Long Beach, 
CaUf.; 6ms. add., 209 Pine St., rfo.f 

FRANKLIN LAMPHERE WALLACE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Lincoln H. S.; Harvey Med. Coll., 2 yrs. Address, 
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WILLIAM BURDICK WELLS 
Physician; M.D,; b. S IS, 1875, Berlin, Wis.; 
s. A. Judson (b. Mr 23, 1S32, DeRuyter, N. Y.) 
and Adelaide E. (Utter) Wells (b. My 2o, 1835, 
Houndsfield, N. Y.). B.A., Milton Coll.. 189(5; 
M.A..rfo., 1901. Founder of HoQuiam Gen. Hosp., 
Hoquiam, Wash.; located do., 1901-1909; River- 
side, Calif.. 1909—. Health Off., do., 1918—. 
Mem., Med. Examining Bd. for Exemption Bd. 
2. Riverside. Calif. Mem., A. M. A.; Calif. State 
Med. Soc; Riverside Co. Med. Soc.f B. P. O. E.; 
A. F. A. M. Married Orpah Loofboro, Ja 25, 
1901, Welton, la. Children: Beatrice, O.. b. My 
7. 1903; Marguerite, b. Mv 15, 1909; Dorothy 
A., b. Ag 25, 1913. Address, 375 Walnut St., 
Riverside, Calif.; bus. add., 940 Main St., do. 

FRED CALDWELL WHEAT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1809. Attended 
State Univ. of la.. Coll. of Med., 1897-99. Gen. 
Med. practice, Minneapolis; later at Anoka. Minn. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, Anoka, Minn.t 

BERTHA LILLIAN WILLING (BARALEY) 
Phys.and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
State Norm. Sch., Winona, Minn.; Hahnemann 
Med. Coll.. 1S97-9S; Nurse. Presby. Hosp.. Mil- 
waukee, 16 mos. Formerly of La Crosse, Wis.t 

CHARLES OSCAR WILTFONG 
M.D.; b. Jl 7, 1876; s. John and Elizabeth (Wade) 
Wiltfong. Prepared in Plymouth (Ind.) H. S. 
House Surg., Coll. of Med., 1901. Mem., Calumet 
Lodge, 379, A. F. A. M.; Fort Wayne Consistory; 
32°; K. T. Married Mr 7, 1906. Address, 115 
2nd St.. Chesterton, Ind. 



ANNA SOPHIA WINDROW 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Harvey Med. 
Coll.. 1S97-99. Formerly located in Chicago. 

CHARLES ELY WRIGHT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 6, 1869; s. Thomas 
M. (b. 1828, Ancaster. Ont., Can.) and Agnes 
Boomer (Innis) Wright (b. 1833, Armaugh, Ire.). 
Prepared in Simcos H. S., Ont., Can.; Marion- 
Sims-Beaumont Med. Coll., St. Louis, 1888. Phys. 
and Surg., Scales Mound, 111., 1901-08; do., Van- 
couver, B. C, 1908-09; do., Rockford. 111., 1909—. 
Mem. of Advisory Bd.. 1918. Married Betty H. 
Harrison. 1893. Selkirk, Ont,. Can. Children: 
Mona Agnes, b. Mr 25, 1.896; Josephine Kathleen, 
b. Je 15, 1898; Amelia Tepton, b. Je 21. 1900. 
Address, 822 N. Court St.. Rockford, 111.; bus. 
add., 401-403 Stewart Bldg., do. 

WINIFRED IRENE YELTON (ROBB) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended 
Keokuk Med. Coll., 1897-1900. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Newton, 111.; formerly of Yale, do. Mem., 
A. M. A. Address, Newton, lll.t 

JOSEPH ZABORTSKY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 27, 1887, Walker, la.; 
s. Margaret Amfels. Prepared in Tilford Col- 
legiate Acad., Vinton, la. Phi Beta Pi. Gen" 
Med. practice, Chicago. Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; 
with 14th Div. Sanitary Train, Field Hosp., 
2,54, World War. Married Clara Bandkirk, 1907. 
Child, Helen, b. O 12, 1913. Address, 5324 Wash- 
ington Blvd., Chicago; 6ms. add., 31 N. State St., 
do 



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WILLIAM HERBERT AARON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Formerly 
located at Big Neck. Adams Co.. 111. In Indian 
Serv., Okla. 1st Lt., Inf. 2nd Depot Brigade, 
Camp Travis, Tex., World War. Address, Osage 
Sch., Pawhuska, Okla.t 



JACOB LEONARD ALBRIGHT 
Phys. and Surg.; b. 1872, Lena, III.; s. Jacob 
and ilartba (Erwin) .Albright. Instr., Sr. Med., 
CoU. of Med., 1906-10. Mem., Lutheran Church; 
A. F. A. M. Married Mabel Evans, Mr 9, 1904, 
Chicago. Children: Jerrold E., b. 1905; Lois 
Marion, b. 1912. Addresn, 4402 Vincennes Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 4254 Indiana Ave., do. 



FREDERICK HERRICK ALDRICH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b, F 22, 1872, Fari- 
bault, Minn.; s. Daniel J. and Isabel (Clements) 
Aldrich. Prepared in Central H. S., Minneapolis. 
Capt., M. C. U. S. A.; .Surg. .Serv., Base Hosp., 
Camp Custer Mich., World War. Mem., Barto 
Lodge 247, A. F. A. M . Married Emma L. Scholz, 
Ag IS, 1903, Waukegan, 111. Child, Herrick John. 
b. Ja 20, 1907. Address, Belview, Minn. 



BYRON JONATHAN ARNOLD 
Phys and Surg.; M.D. B.A., Fiske Univ., 1896; 
M.D., Meharry Med. CoU., 1899. Address, Tyler, 
Tei.t 

JOSEPH THOMAS ASBURY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; 1875. Prepared in 
Bowen H. S.; Keokuk Med. Coll., 3 yrs. Gen. 
Med. practice; formerly of Wabasha, Minn. .Serv. 
with 16 Field .\rtillery. Camp Robinson; M. O. 
T. C. Fort Riley; Ba.se Hosp.. Ft. Worth. Tex.; 
Army Surgeons Course. Mayo Clinic. Rochester, 
Minn. (Jl 6, 1917-F 5, 1918). Address, Chat- 
field, Minn.t 



♦WILLIAM EDWARD BAKER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b: 1872. M.D., Jenner 
Med. Coll.. 1900. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 
located at 308 N. Kostner Ave., Chicago. De- 
ceased. 

ANNIE ESTHER BARRON (HARRISON) 
Instructor; M.D.; b. O 3, 1872, Kiev, Rus.; 
d. Lager and Raj (Finikel) Barron. Supt., Univ- 
Dispensary, 1892-1914; Phys., Helen Day Nur- 
sery, 1914-17; Asst. Obstetrician, Univ. Hosp., 
1912—; Instr., Obstetrics, Coll. of Med. Address, 
1258 Independence Blvd., Chicago. 

PHILIP HENRY BARTHOLOMEW 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 18',9. Prepared in 
Classical Institute, Ligonier, Pa. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice; formerly located at Edgewood Park, Pa.; 
later at Blue Hill, Neb. Mexican Border Serv.! 
1916-17; Maj., M. C, U. S. A.; Surg., and Com- 
manding Officer, Field Hosp., 109, .San. Train, 
34th Div.; overseas serv.. O 12. 1918-Ja 29. 1919. 
Address, 2025 A St., Lincoln, Neb.; bus. add., 
State Capitol, do.t 

BASHUR ILIAS BASHUR 
(Brother of Zerefeh E. Bashur. M.D., '11) 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1870, Safita, Syria. B.A., 
Beirut Protestant Coll., 1893; attended Chicago 
Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1898-1901. Gen. Med. 
practice, with sister at Tripoli, Syria. Married 
1906. Three daughters and two sons. Address, 
Tripoli, Syria. 

WILLIAM HENRY BAYER 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 11, 1874, Walworth Co., 
Wis.; s. George (b. D 19, 1834, Bavaria) and Ro.se 
(Trefiinger) Bayer (b. Ag 23, 1841, Philadelphia. 
Prepared in East Troy (Wis.) H. S.; Milwaukee 
Med. Coll., 1898-1900. Phys., Gleason, Wis., 
1902—. Lt., M. R. C, U. S. A., Mr 1918-Ja 1919. 
Mem., Lincobi Co. Med- See; Wis. State Med. Soc. 



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A. M. A. Married Katharine Susan Thompson, 
S 24, 1903, East Troy, Wis. Children: Lester J., 
b. O 6, 1904; Karl O., b. O 20, 1907; David E., 
b. Mr 19, 1912; Wilma Rose, b. D 1, 1915. Address, 
Gleason, Wis. 

J. ALBERT BEAM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. A.B., Univ. 
of Wooster, O.; A.M., 1892. At one time located 
in Carlton, O. Address, Orangeville, O.t 

LESLIE WALTER BEEBE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 16, 1872, Chicago; s. 
Albert Gary (b. Palmyra, N. Y.) and Frances 
Lucy Beebe (b. N. Y.). Prepared in West Divi- 
sion H. S., Chicago. A.B., N. W. Univ., 1894. 
Delta Tau Delta; Phi Alpha Gamma. Intern, 
Cook Co. Hosp., 1897-98; Asst. Prof., Surg., 
Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chicago; Consulting Staff, 
Hahnemann Hosp., do.; Attending Surg., West 
Suburban Hosp., Oak Park, 111.; Chm., Bd. of 
Health, do., 1914-1.5. Auth.: Surg. Section of 
Gatchells Pocket Book of Med. Practice, 1899. 
Mem., W. Oak Park Lodge, A. F. A. M., 1914—; 
Oak Park Council, R. & S. M., 191.5; 33rd degree, 
A. A. S. R., 1918. Married Grace Martha Hud- 
son Peters, 189S, Freehold, N. Y. Address, 401 
Forest Ave., Oak Park, 111.; bus. add., 801 S. Blvd., 
do. 

♦WILLIAM HENRY BELKNAP 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. M.D.; b. 1871. 
M.D., Univ. of Mich. Homeopathic Med. Sch., 
1900. Formerly located at Lafayette and Wash- 
ington Sts., Greenville, Mich. Mem., A. M. A. 
Deceased. 

CHARLES CHESTER BENEDICT 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended. 
Drake Univ. Coll. of Med., 1898-1900. Formerly 
at Eagle Grove, la.; at one time located at 916 
Cobb Bldg., Seattle; later at Year Bldg., Portland, 
Ore. Capt.. M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, U. S. 
Pub. Health Serv. Hosp. 59, Tacoma, Wash.f 

LOUIS JEROME BENNETT 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 5, 1876, Oregon, Wis.; 
s. William C. (b. N. Y.) and Louisa J. (Griffin) 
Bennett (b. do.). Prepared in Oregon (Wis.) H. 
S.; Wis. Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 1898-1900. 
Grad. work in Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Coll. and 111. Post-Grad. Coll. Phys., Reeseville. 
Wis., 1902-03; do., Oregon, Wis., 1903-07; Fort 
Atkinson, 1907—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; Sr. 
Officer, Ear, Nose and Throat Dept., Base Hosps., 
Camp Arthur and Camp Cody, Ag 9, 1917-D o, 
1918. Mem., Jeffer.son Co. Med. Soc. (Pres. 1910) ; 
A. M. A. Married Pearl B. Nelson, S 7, 1898, 
Ft. Atkinson, Wis. Children: Harold, b. My 15, 
1902; Isabelle W., b. N 3, 1904. Address, 310 
N. Main St., Ft. Atkinson, Wis.; bxis. add., 4 S. 
Water St., do. 

CLYDE WILLIAM BICE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 11, 1876; s. George 
W. (b. N. Y.I and Carrie A. (Stund) Bice, (b. Vt.). 
Prepared in Perry (la.) H. S. Post-grad, work, 
N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch., 1915. Phys. and 
Surg, in Ruthton, Minn., 1902-05; Ritzville, Wash. 
190.5-14; Great Falls, Mont., 1916—. 1st Lt., 
M. C, U. S. A., O 1918-Ja 10, 1919. Married 
Harriett M. Wolf, Jl 27, 1914, Vancouver, Wash. 
Address, 1808 3rd Ave. N., Great Falls, Mont.; 
bus. add., Thisted Bldg., do. 

JAMES GORDON BONINE 

Specialist; M.D.; b. Ag 15, 1877, Niles, Mich.; 

8. I. A. and Alice (Wilkinson) Bonine. Specialist, 

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Mem., A. M. A. 

Address, Cassopolis, Mich. 

FRANK RUNCORN BORDEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 1, 1874, Plainfield, Wis.; 
s. Bishop B. (b. 18.39, N. Y.) and Jane E. (Mitchell) 
Borden (b. 1844, Pa.). Prepared in H. S. Ph.G., 
N. W. Univ., 1896. Postgrad, work, Univ. of 
Dijon, Fr., 1919. 1st Lt., M. R. C, U. S. A., Ap 
5. 1917; Capt., do., N 5, 1917; Maj., Mr 2.3, 1918; 
active service, Je 13, 1917-Ag 5, 1919 (Foreign 



service, Ag 16, 1918-Jl 18, 1919). Married, 1901, 
Chicago. Children: Bayard B., b. 1904; Mitchell 
P., b. 1907. Address, Plainfield, Wis. 

ERLING ALBERT BOTHNE 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 28, 1871, Frederickshald, 
Norway; s. Thrond J. (b. D 13, 1835, Vikor, 
Hardanger, Norway) and Johanna (Auckland) 
Bothne (b. O 2, 1828, Stordoen, do.). Prepared in 
Luther Coll., Decorah, la. B.A., do., 1894. Capt. 
Football team, do., 1892-1893; do.. Coll. of Med., 
1900-01. Located in Ulen, Minn., 1902—. Mar- 
ried Ida O. Mellum, F 1, 1913, Ulen, Minn. Ad- 
dress, Ulen, Minn. 

FRANK ELLIS BRAWLEY 

Specialist; M.D.; b. N 23, 1875, Orion, 111. 
Prepared in Peoria H. S. Ph.G., N. W. Univ., 
1897. Phi Rho Sigma. .Specialist, Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat. Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; Flight 
Surg.; on Advisory Bd. 3 G, St. Lukes Hosp. for 
Ophthalmol.; served the Am. Red Cross by giving 
free serv. to families of Soldiers and Sailors in 
World War. Address, 5822 Blackstone Ave., Chi- 
cago; bus. add., 30 N. Mich. Blvd., do. 

JACOB BREID 
(Husband of Maria Wolz Breid, '02) 

Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 26, 1869, Callaway Co., 
Mo.; s. Nicholas (b. O 30, 1827, Prussia, Ger.) 
and Susan (Cleck) Breid (b. N 9, 1837, Mifflintown, 
Pa.). Prepared in Avalon Coll., Trenton, Mo. 
and Med. Dept., Univ. of Mich., 1898-1900. A. 
B., Avalon Coll. Located, Kansas City, Mo., 
1902; Phys., U. S. Indian Serv., Vermillion Lake 
Sch., Tower, Minn., 1903; Keams Canon, Ariz., 
1904-05; Harlem, Mont., 1906-07; Phys., Supt.. 
and Financial Clerk, Indian Reservation, Otoe, 
Okla., 1908-09; Chief of Health Section, Indian 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1909-13; Supt., East 
Farm Sanitarium, Phoenix, Ariz., 1913-16; Supt., 
Ft. Lapwai, Sanitarium, Lapwai, Idaho, 1917-19; 
Supt. Sac and Fox Sanitarium, Toledo, la., 1920 — . 
Med. Branch, U. S. Indian Service as Med. Ad- 
ministrative Officer and Phys., F 1903 — . Mem., 
Congregational Church; A. M. A.; Nat. Tubercu- 
losis Assn.; Idaho and Ariz. State Med. Socs.; Nat. 
Geog. Soc; Nat. Ed. Assn. Married Maria 
Wolz, S 14, 1898, Ann Arbor, Mich. Child, 
Elizabeth Wolz, b. Mr 5, 1910. Address, Toledo, 
la. 

MARIA WOLZ BREID 
(Wife of Jacob Breid, '02) 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 3, 1870, Grundy Co., 
Mo.; d. George and Martha Ann (Evans) Wolz. 
Prepared in Trenton (Mo.) H. S.; State Norm. 
Sch., Kirksville, Mo., 1886-88; Drake Univ., Des 
Moines, 1895-96; Mo. State Univ., Columbia, Mo., 
1906-07; Univ. of Mich., 1898-1900. Nu Sigma 
Phi; Honor Grad., Coll. of Med. Teacher, Pub. 
Schs., Trenton, Mo., 4 yrs.; Passed Mo. State Bd. 
Examination and located at 542 Park Ave.. Kansas 
City. With husband in U. S. Indian Serv., Ver- 
milion Lake Sch., Tower, Minn., 1903; Phys., 
Oraibi, Ariz., 1905; located with husband on Ft. 
Belknap Reservation, Harlem, Mont., 1906; Asst, 
to husband in Med. practice, Otoe, Okla., 1908; 
located with him in Washington, D. C, 1909; 
now at Toledo, la., where husband is Supt. and 
Med. Director of Sac and Fox Sanitarium. Local 
Red Cross work, Washington. D. C. Autb.: 
Lectures and Talks on Health Subjects to Indian 
Women. Mem., Congr. Church. Married Jacob 
Breid, S 14, 1898, Ann Arbor, Mich. Child, Eliza- 
beth Wolz, b. Mr 5, 1910, Washington, D. C. Ad- 
dress, Sac and Fox Sanitarium, Toledo, la. 

ERNEST LEHMAN WHEELER BROWN 
Physician; M.D.; s. Millard Fillmore and Louise 
Rose (Lehman) Brown. Prepared in Lenox (la.) 
H. S.; Drake Univ., 1891-93. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice with father, Dr. M. F. Brown, Lenox, la., 
1902-05; Colon, Panama, My 1905;Ap 1908; 
operating banana and cocoa plantation, in addition 
to practice, Jamaica, 1905 — . Pvt., 4th Mo. Vol- 
unteers, Spanish-Am. War., My 1898-Ap 1900. 
Married Jeanne Roby, Ap 20, 1900, St. Joseph, Mo. 
Children: Robert Clarke, b. Mr 30 1903; Blanche 



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Jamaica, British West Indies. 

JOSIAH SCOTT BROWN 
(Uncle of Chas. P. Potter, •QO, B.S. in E.E.) 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 22, 1875, s. Josiah 
Scott (b. 1823, Washington Co., Pa.) and Jane C. 
(Collins) Brown (b. 1834, Goffstown, N. H.). 
Prepared in Watseka H. S., 1889-93; Iroquois Co. 
Teachers Institutes, 1892-97. Sec. of class. Dem- 
onstrator. Anat., Coll. of Med., 1899-1902; Instr., 
do., 1902-03; Instr., Orthopedic Surg., do., 1903-05; 
Instr. Med., Coll. of Med., 1908-09; Assoc. Prof.. 
Int. Med., do., and Health Off., River Forest. 
1909-10; Chief, Pediatric Clinic, Los Angeles, 1912; 
Attending Orthopedic Surg., Univ. of Calif.. 1913- 
14; located in Chicago. 1902-05; River Forest. 
1905-10; Burnett Junction, Wis., 1910-11; Long 
Beach, Calif., specializing in orthopedic work, 
1911 — . Inventor of steel spring and leather arch 
supports. Vol. Med. Serv. Corps, 1919 — . Auth: 
Recreation and Culture for Med. students, Plexus, 
1902; Modern Therapy, do., 1907. Mem., Presby. 
Church (Elder); River Forest Presby. S. S. (Supt., 
1907-08); Proviso S. S. Dist. (Pres., 1908-09); 
2nd Presby. S. S.. Lpng Beach (Supt., 1913-16); 
Long Beach S. S. Dist. (Pres., 1916-20); Mem., 
A. M. A. and subsidiary branches. Married 
Henrietta F. Munde, Jl 2, 1904, Chicago. Chil- 
dren: Mary Eleanor, b. 1905; Leland Scott, b. 
1908; Alberta Frances, b. 1911; Janet Elizabeth, 
b. 1916. Address. 2613 E 2nd St., Long Beach, 
CaHf.; bus. add., (mailing add.) 619-22 1st Nat. 
Bank Bldg., do. 

ROY ERLE BROWN 

Phys. and Surg.: M.D.; b. O 13, 1876, Adams 
Co., O.; s. Henrv H. (b. Ja 6, 1853, Adams Co., 
O.) and Ruth (Mclntyre) Brown (b. Ag 12, 1856, 
do.). Prepared in Washington C. H., (O.) H. S. 
Phi Beta Pi. Asst. to Dr. W. M. Harsha in 
Clinic, Coll. of Med., 1902-04; Phys., York, N. 
Dak., 1904-05; do., Washington C. H., O., 1905—. 
Mem., Elks 129; I. O. O. F.; Fayette Co. Med. 
Soc; O. State Med. Soc. Married Mary Eliza- 
beth Baker, N 21. 1911. Portsmouth, O. Address, 
Washington C. H., Ohio. 

BERNARD BROWNSTEIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 5, 1879, Chatham, 
Ont.; s. Clara Brownstein. Prepared in Medill 
H. S. Mem., K. P. Married Jennie R. Cohn, 
1904. Child. Arthur, b. Ja 17, 1906. Address, 
2659 Hirsch St., Chicago. 

CORYDON DeKALB BUNDY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Coll. of Phys. 

and Surg., Keokuk, 1890-91. A.B., 111. Wesleyan 

Univ., 1899. Gen. Med. practice; formerly of 

Iroquois, lU. M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, Sadorus, 

ni.t 

♦CLARENCE MARTIN BURNHAM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881; s. F. H. Bum- 
ham. Prepared in Watseka H. S.; special work, 
Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Coll., summer 
1901; Postgrad, work, Philadelphia Policlinic, sum- 
mer 1902. Mem., First Presby. Church, Watseka, 
111. Died O 15, 1902, at his home in Watseka, 111. 

ELIZABETH VIOLA BURNS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 30, 1868, Decatur, 
Ind.; d. Clark Brothers and Ann Mary (Stevens) 
Burns. Prepared in N. W. Ohio Norm. Sch. Nu 
Sigma Phi. Intern, Frances Willard Hosp., Chi- 
cago, 1902; Phys. and Surg,, State and Madison 
Su., Chicago, 1902-12; Decatur, Ind., 1912—. 
Mem., Chicago Med. .Soc. Child. Mabel Jane, 
b. 1887. Address. 314 Madison St., Decatur, Ind. 
FLOYD WILLIAM BURNS 
•Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in Central 
H. S., .St. Paul; Univ. of Minn., Med. Sch., 2 yrs.; 
Hamline Univ., 1897-1900. Formerly located in 
St. Paul. M. R. C. U. S. A. Mem.. A. M. A. 
Addrist, Montevideo, Minn.f 

♦CLARK LEON CAIN 

M.D.; b. 1879. Gen. Med. practice. Elmwood, 

Wis. A. M. A. Died suddenly, Ap 18. 1918. 



♦FREDERIC ALEXANDER CAMPBELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Bennett Med. 
Coll.. 1898-99. Gen. Med. practice; formerly lo- 
cated at Waverlv. III.; later at Grangeville, Idaho. 
Died Mr 27, 1912, Monrovia, Calif. 

JOSEPH HOWARD CAMPBELL 
M.D.; b. D 22, 1875; s. John D. and Julia 

(Howard) Campbell. Prepared in Danville H. S. 

Capt.. M. C, U. S. A., World War. Mem., A. 

F. A. M.; K. P.; Mod. Wood. Married Beatrice 

Krohn, Ag 22, 1900. Children: Howard K., b. 

S 17, 1902; Josephine, b. Ag 7, 1908. Address, Col- 

lison. 111. 

JAMES HUSTON CARRICO 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 5, 1870, Salem, 

Ore.; s. James and Sarah (Veazey) Carrico. A. 

B., Univ. of Ore., 1899. Med. Examining Bd. 

Mem., A. F. A. M., .Scottish Rite. Shrine; Presby. 

Church. Married Mary Ficklin. 1902, Union, 

Ore. Child, adopted daughter. Fern, b. N 14, 

1905. Address, 354 E. 7th St.. N., Portland, Ore.; 

bus. add., 609 Oregonian Bldg., do. 

JOHN HENRY CLEARY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 6, 1874; s. J. L. and Agnes 
(Mulholland) Cleary. Prepared in Sacred Heart 
Coll., Watertown, Wis.. 1888-90. Intern, Cook 
Co. Hosp., D 1, 1902-Je 1. 1904. Gen. Med. 
practice. Milwaukee, Je 1, 1904-Ja 1, 1906; do.. 
Kenosha, Wis., 1906—. Mem., B. P. O. E.; K. 
C; Catholic Church. Married Anis Wagner, Ag 
18, 1908. Children: John L., b. O 22, 1910; Mar- . 
garet, b. Ap 19, 1913. Address, 604 Park Ave., 
Kenosha, Wis.; bus. add.. Dale Bldg., do. 

EZRA JAY CLEMONS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Aberdeen (S. Dak.) H. S. Specialist in Proctology. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, 1019 E. 29th St., Los 
Angeles; bus. add., HoUingsworth Bldg., do.f 

LINTSFORD B. COATES, JR. 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Gen. Med. 

practice. Address, 3203 N. Clark St., Chicago.t 

HENRY AARON COBB 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Ida Grove (la.) H. S.; Univ. of la., Med. Dept.. 
1898-1900. Gen. Med. practice; formerly loca- 
ted at Dunlap, la.; later at Council Bluffs, do. 
M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, Baldwin Block, 
Council Bluffs, la.f 

PHILO BIERCE CONANT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 14, 1877, Ohio; 
s. Philo B. and Alice (Whittlesey) Conant. Pre- 
pared in Cleveland Bus. Sch.; St. Joseph (Mich.) 
Pub. Schs. Nu Sigma Nu. Intern, West Side 
Hosp., Chicago; Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. 
Married Ap 25, 1905. Children: Dorothy, b. S 10, 
1907; John, b. O 19, 1912. Address. Roseville, 
111. 

EDWARD AUGUSTINE CORCORAN 
(Husband of Katherine W. McCarthy, '02) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 21, 1874, la.; 
s. Patrick (b. Ja 12, 1820, Ireland) and Mary 
(Lunny) Corcoran (b. Ag 3, 18.33). Prepared in 
Postville, la., Decorah Inst.; Rush Med. Coll., 
1898-99. Phi Rho Sigma. Gen. Med. and Surg, 
practice, Chicago, 1902 — . Asst. in Jr. Med., Coll. 
of Med., 1908-14. M. C, U. S. A., Ag 1917-Ap 
1919. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. 
State Med. Soc. Married Katherine W. McCarthy, 
Ag 28, 1902. Child, Katherine Winifred, b. N 13, 
1904. Address, 3159 Jackson Blvd., Chicago. 

J. FRANK CORNELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 9, 1870; s. Benjamin 
Davis (b. F 24, 1833, Hamilton, O.) and Sarah 
(Bummell) Cornell (b. Jl 25, 1848, Montgomery 
Co., Ind.). Prepared in Ind. Med. Coll., 1899- 
1900. B.S., Marion Norm. Coll., 1899. Phys., 
Galveston, Ind., 1002—. Married Berluda D. 
Williams, N 7, 1900, Galveston, Ind. Children: 
Sarah Esther, b. Ja 15, 1902; Wendell William , 
b. D 12, 1911. Address, Galveston. Ind. 



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LOUIS FRANKLIN CURTIS 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 27. 1878, Mt. Pulaski, 
111.; s. Thomas and Arminda E. (Scroggin) Cur- 
tis. Gen. Med. practice, Utica, S. Dak. Mar- 
ried Grace E. Shaffer, O 6, 1916, Omaha, Neb. 
Child, John Franklin, b. Ag 21, 1920^ Address, 
Utica, S. Dak. 

NORMAN OLAF DALAGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Austin (Minn.) H. S. Univ. of Minn., Med. Sch., 
1898-1900. Gen. Med. practice, formerly located 
in Austin, Minn.; later at Lake Mills, la. Ad- 
dress, Fertile, la.f 

CHARLES JOHNSTON DAVIS 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 13, 1874, Chicago; s. 
George N. and Sarah Davis. Prepared in Chicago 
English High and Manual Training Sch, Gen. 
Med. practice, Deerfield, 111. Capt., M. C, U. 
S.A.; Chief Roentgenologist in Base Hosps. 11 and 
34; Instr., Army Med. Sch., Wash. D. C, Ag 1917- 
S 1919. Mem., Presby. Church; A. F. A. M.; 
Chicago Med. Soc; Lake Co. Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med. Soc. Married Carolyn S. Aid, S 14, 1910, 
Chillicothe, O. Child, Carolyn Aid, (died Ag 20, 
1913). Address, Deerfield, 111.; bus. add., 31 N. 
State St., Chicago. 

EDWARD GRIFFITH DAVIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. M.D., Ben- 
nett Med. Coll., 1900. Gen. Med. practice. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, 1509 Cornelia Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 4601 Broadway, do.f 

HARRIET DAY (CHANDLER) 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 24, 1869, Moweaqua, 
111.; s. Henry F. (b. Mr 7, 1835, Birmingham, 
Eng.) and Louisa Margaret (March) Chandler (b. 
N 6, 1838, Ky.). Prepared in Moweaqua H. S.; 
Bus. Coll., Kansas City, Mo. and Baptist Hosp. 
Tr. Sch. for Nurses, Chicago. Nu Sigma Phi. 
Phys., Decatur, 111.; Chm. of phys. dept. of Y. W. 
C. A.; Med. exam, for City Welfare Home and 
Day Nursery. Mem., Univ. of 111. Coll. Club. 
Married Elkin Chandler, Mr 9, 1909, Chicago. 
Address, 233 S. Edward St., Decatur, 111. 

JOSEPH F. DEAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 29, 1878; s. Joseph 
and Mary (Donovan) Dean. Prepared in Univ. 
of Wis. Phi Rho Sigma. Med. Advisory Bd., 
World War. Married, Ag 16, 1905. Children: 
Joseph, b. 1906; Frank, b. 1909; Janet, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 29 E. Main St., Madison, Wis. 

HENRY CHARLES DEETKEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Council Bluffs (la.) H. S.; Creighton Med. Coll., 
1898-1900. Address, Council Bluffs, la. 

CHARLES EUGENE DIKE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 2, 1871, Spring Prairie, 
Wis.; s. David W. and Nellie (Lawrence) Dike. 
Prepared in Burlington (Wis.) H. S. and State 
Normal, Milwaukee. Phi Rho Sigma. Gen. Med. 
practice, Milton, Wis.; Whitewater, do. Married 
Edyth M. Calkins, 1906, Richmond, Wis. Chil- 
dren: Kenneth E., b. 1907; Mary E., b. 1909; 
Arlene L., b. 1911; Katherine J., b. 1912; Lawrence 
C, b. 1914. Address, 602 Janesville St., White- 
water, Wis.; 6ms. add.. Novelty Block, do. 

GEORGE CHARLES DITTMANN 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1897; b. Ja 29, 1876, 
Chicago; s. Henry (b. O 10, 1832, Ger.) and 
Emilie (Bethke) Dittmann (b. F 28, 1843, Ger.). 
Prepared in Chicago pub. schs. Address, 729 Bel- 
mont Ave., Chicago. 

CHARLES ADOLPH DORN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b.l877. Prepared in 
Waterville (Minn.) H. S. Ph.G., Valparaiso Sch. 
of Pharm., 1899. Formerly located, at Water- 
ville, Minn.; later at Walterboro, S. Car. J 



DELBERT FREDERICK DUMAS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 4, 1879, Waterville, 
Minn.; s. Frederick (b. My 18, 1858, Victory Mills, 
N. Y.) and Julia (Lussier) Dumas (b. D 19, 1857, 
Glens Falls, N. Y.). Prepared in South H. S., 
Minneapolis; Univ. of Minn., 1908-11. Football 
Team. Minneapolis City Hosp., 1902-03; Al- 
bert Lea, Minn., 1903-04; Minneapolis, 1905-06; 
Belgrade, 1906; Foley, 1907; Cass Lake, 1908-15; 
Deer River, 1916 — . Mayor, Cass Lake, Minn., 
1909-11. Married Frances Coleman, 1901, Chi- 
cago, (divorced); Hazel Mae Jarves, 1908, Cass 
Lake, Minn. Children: Frederick Delbert, b. Jl 
30, 1910; Delia Deloris, b. N 29, 1913 (died Ap 
4, 1914); Juha Emily, b. D 16, 1915; Delbert 
Frederick, b. O 8, 1917. Address, Deer River, 
Minn. 

BOHUMIR DVORSKY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Eng. High and Man. Tr. Sch., Chicago. Gen. 
Med. practice. Address, 1628 Broadway, Gary, 
Ind.t 

ARTHUR VERNON EMERSON 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. O 18, "1879, Durham, la.; s. 
Benjamin F. and Lucy Jane Emerson. Prepared 
in H. S. Married Zelma May Campbell, 1916, 
Kansas City, Mo. Child, Bruce Vernon. Address 
1527 S. Center St., Tulsa, Okla.; bus. add., 733- 
34-35 Mayo Bldg., do. 

MANUEL MANLY ENOS 
M.D.; b. Jl 26, 1875; s. Mary (Thomas) Enos. 
Prepared in Bellevue Academy. M.D., Calif. 
Eclectic Med. Coll., 1896. Address, 1537 Jackson 
St., Oakland, Calif. 

HENRY H. EVERETT 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. N. W. Med. 
Coll., 1 yr. Nose and Throat Specialist. Address, 
Kenilworth, III.; bus. add., 30 N. Michigan Ave., 
Chicago .f 

♦VICTOR PETER FAETH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Ohio State 
Univ. Med. Sch., 1896-98. Formerly of Bucyrus, 
O. Deceased. 

ALFORD JAY FARNHAM 
M.D.; b. Jl 14. 1878, Cayuga, Co., N. Y.; s. 
A. J. and Mary (Gailey) Farnham. Prepared in 
Traer (la.) H. S.; Monmouth Coll., Monmouth, 
111., 2 yrs. Located in Reinbeck, la., 1902-13; 
Traer, la., 1915—. Mem., A. F. A. M.; United 
Brethren Church; K. P. Married Jean Brown, 

1914, Traer, la. Child, Alford Gailey, b. Ap 17, 

1915. Address, Traer, la. 

OLIVER JAMES FAY 
Phvsician; M.D.; b. Jl 2, 1874, Postville, la.; 
s. James McCoy (b. 1845, Pa.) and Elizabeth 
(Schreiner) Fay (b. 1842, O.). Prepared in De- 
corah Inst., Decorah, la. B.S., la. State Coll., 
1898. Postgrad, work in London, Paris, and Vien- 
na; Intern, Augustana Hosp., Chicago, 1902-03; 
Phys., Des Moines, D 1903 — . Auth.: Contri- 
butions on med. subjects. Mem., A. M. A.; Wes- 
tern Surg. Assn.; Am. Coll. of Surgs.; Des Moines 
Club. Married Helen Knapp, Mr 17, 1904, Lake 
Charles, La. Children: Helen Louise, b. Ag 24, 
1908; Mary Elizabeth, b. Ja 29, 1910. Address. 
2838 Forest Drive, Des Moines; bus. add., 1213 
Equitable Bldg., do. 

EVELYN FISHER (FRISBIE) 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 15, 1873; d. Josiah (b. 
Je 14, 1837) and Sara (Payne) Fisher (b. N. 16, 
1841). Prepared in Chicago H. S. Ph.B.,- Grin- 
nell Coll., 1898. Alpha Epsilon Iota. Grad. 
work, New York Policlinic, 1914; Course in Surg., 
Mary Thompson Hosp., 1918. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Des Moines, la., 1902-09; Albuquerque, N. 
Mex., 1919 — . Mem., Bernalillo Co. Med. Soc. 



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(Pres., 1915); X. M. State Med. Soc. (Pres., 1916). 
Married Charles B. Frisbie, D 2. 1902. Dcs Moines, 
la. Address, 202 N. High St., Albuquerque, N. 
M.; bus. add., 11 New Grant Bldg., do. 

WILBUR MAYXARD FREXCH 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 29, 1876, l;:vans, Colo.; 
s. Wilbur Dwight (b. Ja 4, ISoO, Lancaster, Mo.) 
and Mary (.Rhoads) French (b. F 6, 1852, do.). 
Prepared in Evans (Colo.) grade sch., Lancaster 
(Mo.) H. S.; Univ. of Mo., 1895-9S. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Clin. Instr., Pedia- 
trics, Coll. of Med., 1907-15; Prof., do.. lU. Post- 
grad. Med. Sch., 1907-15. Mem., Chicago Med. 
Soc.; Chicago Pediatric Soc; A. M. A. ^Iarried 
Mabel Shelton, S 24, 1903, Macon, Mo. Child, 
Marjorie, b. Jl 3. 1904. Address, 3958 W. 16th 
St.. Chicago. 

GEORGE AMBROSE FRITCH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Mich. Coll. 
of Med. and Surg., 1898-1901. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice; formerly located in Richmond, Ont. Ad- 
dress, 3rd Ave., and Beach St., Detroit, Mich.t 

HEXRY H. FRUDENFELD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Omaha Med. 
Coll.. 1898-1901. Formerly located in Sioux Falls, 
S. Dak. Eye, Ear, Xose and Throat Specialist. 
Mem., X. W. Oph.-Lar-Rhin-Otic Soc. Address, 
Madison. S. Dak.t 

CHARLEMAGXE V. FUKALA 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Pilsen. Bohemia, Gymnasium.? 

*FR.\XCIS ELMER FULLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Prepared in 
Adrian (Mich.) H. S. Died Ja 25, 1906, at his 
home in Adrian, Mich. 

ROBERT VIXCEXT GALLAGHER 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 22, 1870, Lansing, Mich.; 
s. John (b. Je 29, 1830, Ire.) and Margaret (Powers) 
Gallagher (b. Ap 10, 1832, Port Hope, Can.). 
Prepared in Lansing (Mich.) H. S.; Mich. Coll. 
of Med. Phys., Lansing, Mich., 1902-04; do.. 
Dowling. Mich., 1904-11; Battle Creek, 1911—. 
Capt , ^I. C, U. S. A., My 1, 191S-Ag 19, 1919. 
Mem., Calhoun Co. Med. Soc; Mich. .State Med. 
Soc; A. M. A. Married Iva Van Sychle, Jl 28, 
1904, Marshall, Mich. Children: John Emmett, 
b. Je 29. 1905; Margaret Agnes, b. D 6, 1906. 
Address, 131 Xorth Ave., Battle Creek, Mich.; 
bus. add., 304 Post Bldg., do. 

EMMETT A. GARRETT 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 26. 1879; s. James A. 
and Charity (Xewingham) Garrett. Prepared in 
Sparland H. S.; Knox Coll., Galesburg, 111. Phi 
Beta Pi. Phvs., Peoria, 111. Capt., M. C, U. S. 
A., Ag 14, 1917-Ja 25, 1918; Maj., do., Ja 25, 1918- 
Mr 26, 1919; Lt. Co!., do.. Mr 26, 1919. Address, 
111 Rebecca Place, Peoria, 111.; bus. add., 804 
Peoria Life Bldg., do. 

JOHN" DEMPSEY GARRETT 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 9, 1873, Hillsboro, O.; 
8. M. A. (b. 1846. do.) and Mary (Haigh) Garrett 
(b. 1846. do.). A.B., Miami Univ., 1898. Sigma 
Chi; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Located in Orange- 
viUe, 111., 1902-1904; Indianapolis, 1904—; Mass. 
Gen. Hosp., 1914; Post-Grad., Med. .Sch., Chicago, 
1918; N. Y., 1920. Mem.. Bd. of Pub. Health 
and Charities. Indianapolis, 1919 — ■. Married 
Mary Susan Pierson, Je 1907, Spencer, Ind. 
Cnildren: John Pierson, b. Ap 5, 1913; Robert 
Austin, b. Ja 25, 1919. Address, 45 E. 32nd, 
Indianapolis. 

JO.SEPH ADDISOX GIBBS 
M.D.; b. Ag 1873, Blandford. Ma.ss.; s. Hannah 
Fish. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 328 Main St., 
Suffield, Conn. 



CHARLES EDWARD GLYNN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b.'Ja 9, 1873; s. Thomas 

J., (b. 1840. Ireland) and Anna M. (Ennis) Glynn 

8^ 1846, Can.). Prepared in St. Ambrose Coll., 
avenport, la.; Univ. of la. Capt., M. R. C, 
U. S. A., O 24, 1918-Jc 20, 1919. Mem., Commer- 
cial Club. Married Blanche J. Sangan, N 22, 
1905, Clinton, la. Address, 1505 Grand Ave., 
Davenport, la. 

PAUL ERNEST GRABOW 
M.D.; b. N 8, 1869, Forest Park; s. Henry 0. 
and Elizabeth (Schacfer) Grabow. Prepared in 
111. State Norm. Univ. Phi Chi. Prin., Malta 
Schs., 1893-98; Intern, Samaritan Hosp., 1902-03; 
House Phys., Childrens Hosp., 1904-09; Instr., 
Pediatrics, Chicago Policlinic, 1910; Asst. Prof., 
Pediatrics, Loyola Univ., 1912. Med. Advisor, 
Draft Bd. No 53, World War. Mem., Congr. 
Church; A. F. A. M., 32°; K. P.; M. W. Married 
Kittie Belle Stephens, 1903. Children: William 
S., b. 1907; Milford P., b. 1911. Address, 2348 
Seminary Ave., Chicago; bv.'i. add., 2405 N. Hal- 
sted St., do. 

ARCHIE JAMES GRAHAM 
(Uncle of Rueben Waddell, '15) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; B.S. in Sci., 1902; b. D 
19, 1873; s. James Maxon (b. S 12, 1830, Gallipolis, 
O.) and Elizabeth (Rose) Graham (b. Mr 30, 1834, 
Zanesville, O.). Prepared in Gallia Acad., Galli- 
polis, O., 1890-91; Nat. Norm. Univ., Lebanon, 
O., 1892-93; Acad, of Univ. of III., 1895-96. Al- 
pha Kappa Kappa. Intern, Englewood Hosp., 
1902-03; Phys. and Surg., Chicago, 1903—. 
Instr., Operative Surg., Coll. of Med., 1913 — . 
Auth.: Translation, Knochenbruchen. by H. 
Zuppinger, 1915; Relaxation of Muscles in the 
Treatment of Fractures, III. Med. Jour., 1915. 
Mem., Am. Coll. of Surgs. (Fellow, 1914); Chicago 
Med. Soc; Coll. of Med. Alumni Assn. (Pres. 
1913-14); mini Club, Chicago, 1903-13; Methodist 
Church; A. F. A. M. Address, 6548 S. Sangamon 
St., Chicago. 

MARGARET STOUGH GRANT 
Phys.; M.D.; b. O 23, 1872, Braden, Tenn.; 
d. Innes (b. Scotland) and Laura (Kuhn) Grant 
(b. O 9, 1836, O.). Prepared in Ottawa (Kan.) 
Univ. Address, 237 W. Leith, Fort Wayne, 
Ind.; bus. add., Lutheran Hosp., do. 

MARY EMILY GREEN (FISKE) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Attended 
Univ. of Mich., Med. Sch., 1896-98. Formerly 
located in Seattle. J 

RALPH RUSTIN GREEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Attended 
Harvey Med. Coll.; Jenner Med. Coll.; Mich. 
Agricultural Coll., 2 yrs. Med. Examiners Cer- 
tificate. Gen. Med. practice; formerly of Char- 
lotte, Mich. Address. 144 E. 3rd St., Tulsa, Okla.t 

JOHN OTTO GROOS 
(Father of Louis P., 19) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 18, 1869, Flatrock, Mich; 
8. Peter and Anna (HoflFman) Groos. Prepared 
in Green Bay, Wis. Married Julia R. Kellner, 
1892, Kellnersville, Wis. Children: Louis P., b. 
Jl 3, 1894; Harold, b. S 16, 1898; Marion, b. Jl 
4, 1907. Address. 1015 1st Ave., Escanaba, Mich. 

CLYDE DENNY GULICK 
Physician; M.D.; B.S., 1897; b. N 27, 1876, 
Champaign; s. Jesse R. (b. D 8, 1840, Pickaway 
Co., O.) and Louisa L. (Everett) Gulick (b. D 4, 
1848, Champaign Co., III.). Prepared in Cham- 
paign H. S. Philomathean. Taught school and 
farmed, 1898-99; studied medicine, 1899-1902; 
A.sst. Phys., New. Mil. Sanitarium, Wauwatosa, 
Wis.. 1902; Practice of Med., 1902— Lt., M. R. 
C, U. S. A., Ap 1918-F 1919; served with 347th 
Field Hosp., I2th San. Tr. Mem.. Am. Acad, of 
Med.; Champaign Co. Med. Soc. (Sec. and Treas., 



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1905-07); A. M. A.; Twin City Clinical Club; Assn. 
of Commerce (Pres.). Married Grace J. Alward, 
Je 1902, Canton, 111. Children: Louisa Elizabeth, 
b. Mr 12, 1906; Jesse Richard, b. Ag 14, 1910; 
Benjamin Alward, b. D 3, 1914 (died Ja 21, 1915). 
Address, 1005 W. Oregon St., Urbana; bus. add., 
218 W. Main St., do. 

JOHN MACAULEY GUNNING 
M.D.; b. Mr 1, 1867, Ireland; s. David and Isa- 
belle (Clegg) Gunning. Prepared in McMinville 
(Ore.) H. S. Auditor, Lincoln Co., Wash., 1893- 
97. Mem.. A. F. A. M., 32°, Shrine; B. P. O. E.; 
Unitarian Church. Married Bertha B. Hallin, 
1897, Spokane. Children: Alice, b. 1901; Marian, 
b. 1910. Address, 1434 W. 8th Ave., Spokane; 
bus. add., Sherwood Bldg., do. 

LOUIS AUGUST HAHN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ja 2, 1873, Detroit; s. F. 
C. and Louise (Schmidt) Hahn. Prepared in Knox 
Coll., Galesburg, 111. Gen. Surg, practice, Guthrie, 
Okla., 1902—; Surg, in Chief, Okla. Methodist 
Hosp., 1917 — . Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; stationed 
at Camp Bowie, Texas., O 16, 1918-My 31, 1919. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°, K. P.; I. O. O. F.; A. M. A.; 
Okla. State Med. Soc; Logan Med. Soc. Married 
Margaret Nagel, Je 17, 1902, Canton, 111. Ad- 
dress, 624 E. Cleveland Ave., Guthrie, Okla.; 
Ill W. Okla. Ave., do. 

LEWIS JOSEPH HAMMERS 
(Brother-in-Law of John M. Berger, '08, and Adda 
(Berger) Gentry, '11, B.S.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 14, 1877; s. Joseph S. 
(b. S 3, 1833. Greene Co., Pa.) and Eleanor Ann 
(Bailey) Hammers (b. O 17, 1846, do.). Prepared 
in H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Located in Lex- 
ington, 111.; Mayor; Mem., School Bd.;.Pres. Lex- 
ington Branch Am. Red Cross; Pres. Smith Li- 
brary Bd. Married Minnie Berger, S 13, 1900, 
Dolton. 111. Address, Lexington, 111. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR HARROUN 
Chief Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 30, 1872, Minneapolis; 
s. Oscar and Mary (Dinney) Harroun. Prepared 
in Minneapolis Acad.; Univ. of Minn. Chief 
Surg., Denver & N. W. R. R., Denver, 1902-04; 
Kansas City, 1904—. Married Nellie Elizabeth 
Collins, 1891. Child, Jack Arthur, b. Ja 13, 1919. 
Address, Hocker and Knox Aves., Kansas City, 
Mo.; 6ms. add., 903 Waldheim Bldg., do. 

ROBERT EUGENE HATHAWAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Attended 
Univ. of Mich., Med. Dept., 3 yrs. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Glendive, Mont.t 

BENJA HUBERT HAYNES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 4, 1874, Grundy 
Co., 111.; s. Charles Isaah (b. 1842, la.) and Louisa 
(Crisler) Haynes (b. Ind.). Prepared in Esther- 
ville (la.) H. S. Professional studies in Chicago 
Clinics, 1910. Gen. Med. practice, St. James, 
Minn., 1902—. M. R C. U. S. A., N 1918 to 
disbanding of orgn. Auth.: Pamphlet, Seventy 
Weeks, 1917; do.. This War Foretold. 1918. Mem., 
A. M. A.; la. State Med. Soc; Watonwan Co. and 
Regional, Med. Societies Married Mabel Adella 
Jewell, June 25, 1903, Estherville, la. Child: 
Russell Jewell, b. O 20. 1904. Address, St. James, 
Minn. 

♦WILLIAM HENRY HELLER 
M.D.; b. Jl 13, 1873, Earlville, la.; s. A. H. and 
Anna M. (Pitt) Heller. Prepared in State Univ. 
of la. Formerly at 920 Madison St., Le Mars, 
la.; Le Mars Clinic, Royal Bldg., do.; later at 
Remsen, do. Mem., I. O. O. F.; A. F. A. M.. 32°, 
Shrine. Married Linetta Alice Fry, O 25, 1906, 
Sioux City, la. Child. Robert Allen, b. F 26. 
1914. Died Je 9, 1921, at Lake Minnetonka, 
Minn. 



CARL THEODORE HELMEY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Augustana 

Coll., Canton, S. Dak., 1896; Univ. of la., Med. 

Dept., 1898-1901. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 

Badger, S. Dak.t 

MAURICE LEROY HENDERSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 28. 1879. Moscow, la.; 
s. Charles H. and Mary (Moriarity) Henderson. 
B.S.. Wilton Coll.. 1898. Phi Beta Pi. Mem., 
A. F. A. M. Children: Mary; Marcia. Address, 
899 Summit Ave., Milwaukee; bus, add., 700 Majes- 
tic Bldg., do. 

CHARLES WARREN HERRINGTON 

Postal Service; M.D.; b. My 14, 1876, Madison, 
Wis.; s. Charles F. and Fanny (Baker) Herrington. 
In Postal Service. Mem., Madison Lodge 5, 
A. F. A. M. Married Beulah Bents, S 9, 1908. 
Address, 1315 Spring St., Madison, Wis. 

*J. CALVIN HICKS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 
PoloH.S. M.D., Barnes Med. Coll., 1903. Gen. 
Med. practice; formerly located in Eldorado. 111. 
Deceased. 

EMMA LINTON HILL 

M.D.; b. F 16. 1859; d. David and Ann (Thomas) 
Linton. Prepared in La Cygne (Kan.) H. S. 
M.D., Kan. Med. Coll., 1895. Married John B. 
Hill, O 20, 1881, Linn Co. Kan. Child, Helen 
Hill Craig, b. Je 18, 1900. Address, 4th and 
Indiana, Oswego, Kan. 

♦WILLIAM CRAWFORD HILL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
Murphysboro H. S.; Coll. of Phys. and Surg.. St. 
Louis, 1898-1901. Phys., Murphysboro, 111. Mem. 
A. M. A. Died S 4, 1906, at St. Andrews Hosp., 
Carbondale, 111. 

HARRY GRAVES HINCKLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 12, 1875, Rochelle, 
III.; s. Charles P. and Sarah (Lyon) Hinckley. 
Prepared in Janesville (Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. 
practice, Merrill, Wis. Mem., A. F. A. M., Orien- 
tal Consistory, Medinah Temple. Married Jessie 
Compton, N 4, 1908. Children: Miriam M., b. 
1910; Jane A., b. 1915. Address, 101 State St., 
Merrill, Wis.; bus. add., 402 W. Main St., do. 

WILLIAM ALLEN HOLLIS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Jl 2, 1878, Jay Co., Ind.; 
s. Samuel (b. 1852, Grant Co., Ind.) and Ella 
(Allen) HoUis (b. Ohio, 1858). Prepared in Up- 
land, Ind.; Louisville Med. Coll., 1899-1901. 
Ph.B., Taylor Univ., 1898. Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Surg., Hartford City, Ind. 1st Lt., M. 
C, U. S. A., 1918-19; in Ear, Nose and Throat 
Dept., Surgeons ofKce, Wash., D. C. Mem., A, 
M. A.; Ind. State Med. Soc; Am. Acad. Ophthal- 
mol, and Oto-Laryngol.; Delaware-Blackford Med. 
Soc; Muncie Acad, of Med. Married Aldah 
Leach, D 24, 1902. Children: Hester; William 
K.; Arthur Leach; John A.; Walter C. Address, 
Hartford City, Ind. 

JOHN MUSSER HOLMES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Monticello H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
Monticello, Ill.f 

FREDERICK CLIFFORD HOOPES 
Professor; M.D.; b. 1877. Attended Omaha 
Med. Coll., 1898-1900. Formerly of Pickrell, 
Neb. Prof., Otol., Rhinol. and Laryngol., Ep- 
worth Univ. Coll. of Med., Oklahoma City. Died 
N 21, 1907, St. Anthonys Hosp., Oklahoma City. 

♦FREEMAN HARDING HORNIBROOK 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 

Cherokee (la.) H. S.; State Univ. of la. Coll. of 

Med., 1 yr. Gen. Med. practice; formerly located 

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♦GLENN ATHERTON HOWARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 18S0. Prepared in 
Columbus (Wis.) H. S.; Univ. of Mioh., Med. 
Dept., 2 yrs. Gen. Med. practice, Rockford, 
III. Died D 29, 1921, St. Anthonys Hospital, 
Rockford. 

HARRY WELLAND HOWARD 
Urologist: M.D.; b. 1877. Formerly located in 
Spokane. Mem., A. M. A.; Am. Urol. Assn. 
Address. ISO Broadway. Portland. Ore.t 

JOHN FREDERICK HOWARD 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. M.D., Chicago 
Homeopatliic Med. Coll.. 1900. Cook Co. Hosp., 
Cnicago. Gen. Med. practice; formerly located 
in Golden. Colo. M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. 
M. A. Address, 1404 Tremont Ave., Denver; 
bus. add., 1357 Calif. St., do. 

DAVID LANCASTER HYDE 
M.D.; b. N 3, lS6fi, Waukegan, 111. Prepared in 
Univ. of Mich. Psi Upsilon. Mem., A. F. A. 
M., K T.. 32°. Shrine; I. O. O. F. Address, 3941 
Irving Park Blvd., Chicago. 

CHARLES ANDREW INKS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Nappanee (.Ind.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, Nappanee, Ind.f 

GARLING U. JAMISON 
M.D.; b. N 28, 1876. Smith\-ille. Miss.; s. Urich 
and C«iia A. Jamison. Prepared in Smith\nlle 
(Miss.) H. S.. and Miss. State Norm. Sch. Chief 
Surg., Jamison Sanitarium. Married Mamie L. 
Bagh, 1905, ClarksNalle, Tex. Children: Garling 
Jr.. b. Je IS. 1908; Mamie Hortense. b. S 15. 1915. 
Address, 1501 Pine St.. Texarkana. Tex.; bus. add., 
213 State St. and 610 Hazel St.. do. 

PAUL WARDNER JOHNSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 23, 1875, Raleigh. 111.; 
s. Frederick (b. N 20. 1833, Lebanon. Tenn.) and 
Minerva (Burnett) Johnson (b. 1833, Raleigh, 111.). 
Prepared in Stone Fort, 111.; Marion Sims Coll. of 
Med., St. Louis, 1898-99; Rush Med. Coll., 1901. 
B.L., Milton Coll., Milton, Wis., 1898. Grad. 
work. New York Post-Grad. Med. Sch., 1917; 
X-Ray Dept., Bellevue Hosp., 1919. Extern, 
Augustana Hosp., Chicago, 1902; Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Hoquiam, Wash., 1903-04; Clarkston, do., 
1904 — . Examining Phys., Local Bd. of Asotin 
Co., Wash. Mem.. Wash .State Med. Soc; Idaho 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Lura Burdick, 
1903, Milton Junction, Wis. Children: Ehzabeth, 
b. 1905; Marjorie,b. 1906; Helen, b. 1911. Address 
10.34 8th St., Clarkston, Wash.; bus. add.. Cor. 
11th and Main Sts., Lewiston, Idaho. 

WILBUR VOGT JOHN.SON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 15, 1877. Milwau- 
kee; s. John H. and Anne (Frydenlund) Johnson. 
Prepared in TuUy H. S.. Chicago. Gen. Med. 
and Surg, practice. Chicago. 1921. Auth.: Mag. 
articles on various subjects. Mem.. A. F. A. M. 
Married Alice Strom, O 14, 1916, Fairmont, Minn. 
Cnildren: Mildred, b. Ag 3, 1917; Betty, b. Ag 8, 
1920. Address, 26.59 Ballou St., Chicago; bus. 
add., 800 N. Clark .St., do. 

WILLARD BRUCE JOHNSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 3, 1873; s. Samuel D. 
(b. 1825. Oswego Co.. N. Y.) and Mary (Spaulding) 
Johnson (b. 18.30, Maine). Prepared in Country 
Sch., la.; Tulare (Calif.) H. S., 1 yr.; la. State 
Coll.. 2 yrs.; .Simpson Coll.. Indianola. la.. 1V$ yrs.; 
Drake Univ., Des Moines, la. Located in Polk 
Co., la., 1902-04; Chicago, Calif.. 1904—. Mem., 
Army Examining Bd.. Butte Co.. Cahf.. 1917-18. 
Mem., Co. Med. Soc; State Med. .Soc; A. M. A. 
Married Mr 1897. Wick. la. Children: Edith 
Lorien. b. Ag 17. 1898; Rex Wallace, b. N 17. 1900; 
Hazel Elizabeth, b. F 9, 1907. Address, 310 Nor- 
mal Ave., Chico, Calif.; bus. add., Waterland 
Breslauer Bldg., do. 



ALFRED BERNARD JORDAN 
Gynecologist; M.D.; b. 1859. M.D., Univ. of 
Mich.. 1890; do.. 111. Med. Coll.. 1900. Formerly 
located at San Francisco. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, Wasco, Calif.t 

NIELS ANDERSEN KAA 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Prepared in 
No. III. State Norm. Sch. At one time located in 
Dixon, 111.; Stockton, do.; Gen. Med. practice. 
Mem., 111. State Med. Soc. Address, Victor, 
Mont.t 

*GEORGE PETER KAEMMERLING 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1880. Attended Marquette 
Coll., 1893-97; Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Milwau- 
kee, 1898-00. At one time located at 2314 Cherry 
St., Milwaukee. Died O 3, 1903, Port Washing- 
ton, Wis. 

GEORGE W. KIMBALL 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 21, 1873. LaPorte. Ind.; 
s. A. D. and Julia (Reynolds) Kimball. A.B., 
Univ. of Ind.. 1900. Located in Steward. 111., 
1902-17; LaPorte, Ind., 1919—. Capt.. M. C, 
U. S. A.. World War, S 1917-S 1919. Mem.. 
A. F. A. M. Married Florence E. Travis, Ag 19, 
1902. Address, 1111 Harrison St., LaPorte, Ind.; 
bus. add., 806 Maple Ave., do. 

FRANK AYLSWORTH KING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 24, 1880; s. Alex 
C. and JuHa E. (Aylsworth) King. Prepared in 
Benton Harbor (Mich.) H. S. Married Clara E. 
Chapel, 1904, EvansviUe, Mo. Seven Children. 
Address, 220 S. Randolph St.. Garrett. Ind. 

JOHN PATRICK KIRCH 
M.D.; b. F 7. 1881. Madison. Wis.; s. John and 
Agnes (Sieger) Kirch. Prepared in Madison (Wis.) 
H. S.; Univ. of Wis. and Univ. of Vienna. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Appeal Bd., World War. Address, 
1003 East End Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh. 

FREDERICK RAYMOND KITTERMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Tiskilwa H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
Tiskilwa, lU.t 

PETER GADD KITTERMANN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
OttumwaH,S.;Univ. of la.. Acad.. 1897-98. Gen. 
Med. practice; Demonstrator. Anat.. Coll. of Med., 
1904-06. M. R. C. U. S. A. Mem.. A. M. A. 
Address, 2614 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago.f 

WALTER EUGENE KITTLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 31, 1877, Leipsig, 
Ger. ; s. Fred W. and Anna (Liederx) Kittler. Gen. 
Med. and Surg, practice; Surg., C. B. & Q. R. R.; 
Examiner, Central Life, N. Y. Life, and Equitable 
Life Ins. Cos. of Iowa. Mem.. A. F. A. M., K. 
P.; B. P. O. E.; Mod. Woodmen; A. M. A.; III. 
Med. Soc; Ogle Co. Med. Soc. (Pres., 1918-21). 
Married Anna Marie Robinson, Je 30, 1903, 
Aurora, 111. Child, A. Gretchen, b. Je 14, 1906. 
Address, Rochelle, 111. 

AMELIA LOUISE KLEHM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Prepared in 
Niles Center Pub. Schs.; No. Ind. Norm. Sch., 
1891-92; Baptist Hosp. Tr. Sch. for Nurses. Gen. 
Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Niles 
Center, Ill.t 

ELLIS GISE KLINGLER 
Physician; M.D; b. N 7, 1876; s. Peter (b. 1848, 
Center Hall, Pa.) and Anna (Gise) Klingler (b. 
18.56, Bellefount. Pa.). Health Commissioner, 
Chicago Heights. 111.. 1911-15; Mayor, do., 1919-21 . 
Married Alice E. McClure. Ja 6. 1904. Manhattan, 
III. Children: Chester and Lester, b. Mr 28. 1905. 
Address, 1417 Otto Blvd., Chicago Heights, III.; 
bus. add., 1602 Otto Blvd., do. 



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THOMAS BLACKBURN KNOX 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 15, 1872, Ire.; s. 
Patrick and Anne (Blackburn) Knox. Maj., M. 
C, U. S. A., 2 yrs.; Commander, 312 Ambulance 
Corps, Fr., 10 mo.s. Mem., B. P. O. E. Married 
Ada M. Kent, 1902. Children; Helen, Margaret 
and Virginia. Address, Quincy, III. 

FRED BALDWIN KURTZ 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 4, 1879, Princeton, Ind.; 
s. John W. (b. Princeton, Ind.) and Ophelia C. 
(Baldwin) Kurtz (b. Lynnville, Ind.). Prepared 
in Princeton (Ind.) H. S.; Wabash Coll., 1897-98. 
Phi Rho Sigma. Located in Princeton, Ind., 
1902-04; Indianapolis, 1904 — . Married Anlie 
Ertel, Je 15, 1910. Children: Philip T., b. Ja 19, 
1912; Genevieve C, b. Jl 19, 1915 (died Ja 25, 
1920); Fred Ertel, b. N 26, 1918. Address, 609 
Highland Drive, Indianapolis; bus. add., 410 Occi- 
dental Bldg., do. 

SHERMAN M. KYES 
Pby.sician; b. My 25, 1866, Gananoque. Ont.; 
s. John Adam and Mary Jane (Smaith) Kyes. Pre- 
pared in Oslikosh State Norm. Sch., Oshkosh, Wis. 
Gen. Med. practice. U. S. Army Serv., 1 yr. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; Congr. Church. 
Married Stella M. Corbett, D 27, 1897. Children: 
Helen, b. O 5, 1911; Mary E., b. Mr 13, 1909; 
Walter M., N 10, 1907. Address, Owen, Wis. 

CHARLES J. LAHODNEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Hyde Park H. S., Chicago. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, 11204 Michigan Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 
11100 Michigan Ave., do. 

CHARLES SUMNER LANE 
M.D.; b. Ja 9 1867; s. Thomas D. and Olive 
A. (Webster) Lane. Prepared in Ann Arbor (Mich.) 
H. S. Located at Whitmore Lake, Mich., 1902-13; 
Hudson, Mich., 1913—. Mem., A. F. A. M., 
Phoenix Chap., Lebanon Lodge, Hudson, Mich. 
Address, Hudson, Mich. 

*CARL LUDWIG LARSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Gen. Med. 
practice, Butte, Mont.; Phys., Murray Hosp., do. 
Mem., A. M. A. Died Ap 7, 1911, Chicago. 

FRANK JAMES LEAVITT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 12, 1875; s. John 
and Mary (Wilson) Leavitt. A. K. K. Gen. 
Med .and Surg, practice, Los Angeles. Mem., 
Presby. Church; A. F. A. M. Married Helen L. 
Harris, 1903, Chicago. Children: Sherwood, b. 
F 17, 1908; Joy, b. S 5, 1912. Address, 111 N. 
Manhattan Place, Los Angeles. 

FLORANCE PATRICK LEEHEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 23, 1885; s. John and 
Ellen (O'Connor) Leehey. Med. Dept., Univ. of 
la. B.S., Highland Park Coll. Pi Psi Theta. 
Formerly of Fairbanks, la. Capt., M. C, U. S. 
A.; do., M. R. C, do. Mem., A. M. A. Married 
Monica White, O 6, 1920. Address, 23 N. Freder- 
ick St., Oelwein, la. 

ERNEST HARTLEY LITTLE 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 25, 1878, Ohio; s. F. M. 
and Laura Virginia (Mortimer) Little. Prepared 
in Minburn (la.) H. S.; Des Moines Coll. Foot- 
ball, 1899-1901. Located in Osage, la., 1913; 
Minburn, la., 1913 — . Married Rena Pearl God- 
frey, S 10, 1902. Children: Marion G.; William 
R. Address, Minburn, la. 

CHARLES RICHARD LOCKWOOD 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 21, 1876. Prepared in 
Kankakee H. S. and Shattuck Mil. Sch., Fari- 
bault, Minn.; Univ. of Mich., 1897-98. Sigma 
Phi;' Phi Rho Sigma; Univ. of Mich, football 
team, 1897. Grad. work in Dublin, London and 
Vienna; Phys., Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, At- 



wood. 111., 1904-08; do., Kankakee, 1908—. Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., Ap 1918-JI 1919. Address, 195 
N. Greenwood Ave., Kankakee, 111.; bus, add.. 
City Nat. Bank Bldg., do. 

CARL ALBIN LOFGREN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 6, 1869, Dayton, 
la.; s. Sven P. and Clara J. Lofgren. Rush Med. 
Coll., 2 yrs. A.B., Augustana Coll., Rock Island, 
111., 1897. Formerly located at 1166 N. Clark 
St., Chicago; later at 852 Belmont Ave., do. Mem., 
Lutheran Church. Married Josephine Oberg, D 
27, 1913. Child, Helen, b. O 19, 1914. Address, 
554 Belmont Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 3179 N. 
Clark St., do. 

LEWIS MORGAN LOWE 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 3, 1875; s. John H. and 
Josephine Martha (Jones) Lowe. Prepared in 
Slayton (Minn.) H. S. Married Olive P. Long, 
Mr 12, 1897, Slayton, Minn. Children: Percy 
Marple, b. Ag 5, 1898; Howard Henry, b. F 5, 1900. 
Address, Glyndon, Minn. 

NORBERT JULIUS LOWRY 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 5, 1879, Cresco, la.; s. 
J. J. (b. U. S. A.) and Jenny (Mullen) Lowry (b. 
do.). Prepared in Cresco (la.) H. S. Gen. Med. 
practice, Ely, la., 1903—. Address, Ely, la. 

*MARTIN JACOB LUNN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Prepared in 
Beloit (Wis.) Coll. Acad. At one time located at 
2958 N. Clark St., Chicago. Mem., 111. State 
Med. Soc. Died Ap 19, 1912, Chicago. 

GEORGE ELMER LYON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 7, 1879, Rochelle, 
111.; s, William Sealy (b. F 6, 1835, Allegheny Co., 
Pa.) and Catherine Maria (Barkley) Lyon (b. Ja 
10, 1842, do.). Prepared in Rochelle H. S. Lo- 
cated in Toledo, 111., 1902-06; Moweaqua, do., 
1906-16; Decatur, 111., 1916—. 1st Lt., M. C, 
U. S. A., Mr 21, 1918-Je 17, 1919, (Orthopedic 
Surg.); promoted to Capt., M. R. C, S 9, 1919. 
Married Almvra Elder, Mv 23, 1904 (died Ja 20, 
1907) ; Oneta Eliza Rawlings, O 6, 1909. Children : 
William Rawlings, b. My 5, 1911; Catherine Ida, 
b. Mr 2, 1913; Margaret Oneta, b. D 31, 1914; 
Mary Elizabeth, b. D 7, 1916. Address, 1625 
N. Union St., Decatur, 111.; 6ms. add., 308-9 Stand- 
ard Life Bldg., do. 

KATHERINE W. MCCARTHY (CORCORAN) 

(Wife of Edward A. Corcoran, '02) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871, Wis.; d. Patrick 
and Katherine (Diamond) Corcoran. Prepared 
in H. S. Nu Sigma Phi. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly at 3158 Roosevelt Road, Chicago. Mem., 
Catholic Church; Womens Catholic Order of 
Foresters (High Med. Examiner, 1914 — .). Mar- 
ried Edward A. Corcoran ('02), Ag 28, 1902. 
Child, Katherine Winifred, b. 1905. Address, 
3159 Jackson Blvd., Chicago. 

♦WILLIAM THOMAS McCARTY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Coll. of Phys. and 
Surg., Milwaukee, 1898-1900. Ph.G., Valparaiso 
Univ., 1896. Formerly located in Campbellsport, 
Wis.; later at 2102 W. Michigan St., Indianapolis. 
Died at Miles City, Mont. 

BERNARD JAMES McCONVILL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Lodi (Wis.) H. S.J 

BENJAMIN ROBERT McGRATH 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended Marion Sims 
Coll., 2 yrs. M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 1020 
W. 10th St., Grand Island, Neb.; bus. add., 2183^ 
W. 3rd St., do.t 



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♦CHARLES JOHN McGUIRE 
M.D.; b. Mr 15, 1879. Winona, Minn.; s. John 
(h. Je 15, 1852, Grand Rapids, Mich.) and Ellen 
tBrown) McGuire (b. My 8, 1854, Horicon, Wis.)- 
Prepared in West Side H. S., Milwaukee, Mar- 
quette Coll., 1899, and I'niv. of Wis., 1900. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Located in Miuneiska, Minn., 1902-09; 
Milwaukee, 1909-11; Attura, Minn., 1911-20. 1st 
Lt., M. C, I'. S. A., Je 22-Ag 9, 1919; Capt., do.. 
Ag 9. 1919-Ja 2, 1920; in France nine months. 
Evacuation Hosp. 35. Mem., So. Minn. Med. Soc. 
Mod. Woodmen; K. C. Married Lucv Schoenec- 
ker, Ag 9, 1910. Milwaukee. Children: Janellyn. 
b. S 17. 1911; Charles Robert, b. My 14. 1920. 
Died F 25, 1920, Altura, Minn. 

ARTHUR CECIL McINTIRE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Mendota H. S.; Univ. of la., Med. Dept., 2 yrs. 
Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
Mendota, lU.t 

NEWTOX CHARLES McKINNEY 
Ph\'s. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Prepared in 
Camargo H. S. and N. W. Univ., Acad. Specialist 
in Ophthalmol. Formerly located in Murdock, 
111. Address, Camargo. Ill.t 

BENJAMIN F. McNEIL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Attended la. 

Coll. of Phys. and Surg., 1 yr. Eye, Ear, Nose and 

Throat Specialist; formerly located in Fort Dodge, 

la.; Humeston, do. Address, Charles City, la.f 

*MAX EDWARD MAGNUS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
San Francisco H. S.; Cooper Med. Coll., San Fran- 
cisco, 1898-1901. Gen. Med. practice. Formerly 
at 643 Hayes St., San Francisco. Died Ap 19, 
1917. 

THOMAS FRANCIS MANNING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Juneau ^Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Address 
707 Belle Ave., Davenport, la.; bus. add., Whitaker 
Bldg., do.t 

EMILIE MARIS (COLE) 
M.D.; b. Mr 24, 1872, Springdale, la.; d. George 
Jenkins (b. Je 17, 1841. Morgan Co., O.) and 
Mary E. (Smith) Maris (b. Ag 21, 1847, Collins 
Center. N. Y.). Prepared in Guthrie Center 
(la.) H. S. Nu Sigma Phi; Honorable Mention. 
Located in Duluth; Gen. Med. practice, do., 1902- 
06. Married William Henrv Cole, Ag 22, 1906, 
Duluth, Minn, (died Mr 8, 1915). Child, Alice 
Marvis, b. O 29, 1907. Address, 2429 E. 2nd St., 
Duluth, Minn. 

MARTIN MORGAN MARTINSON 
(Husband of Stella Cleary Martinson, *02; Brother 
of ELsie, '05) 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 7, 1872, Council Bluffs, 
la.; s. Soren (b. F 14, 1833, Denmark) and Mette 
(Morganson) Martinson (b. N 1841, do.). Pre- 
pared in Minn. H. S. Supt. of Graysville Sani- 
tarium, 190.3-09; do,. Huntsville Sanitarium, 1910- 
12; Orlando, Fla. Sanitarium, 1909-10; Phys. .1916—. 
Mem.. South Ea.<stern Union Conference of Seventh 
.\dventi.xts; Med. Section. Married Stella Cleary, 
M.D., '02. S 17. 1896. Algona, la. Address, 714 
E 7th St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

STELLA CLEARY MARTINSON 
(Wife of Martin Martinson, '02) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 8, 1869, Nashua. la.." 
d. James <h. Jl 2. 1837, Wis.) and Jennett (Orr) 
Whitman fb. Mv21, 1840, Scotland). Prepared in 
Algona, la. NI.D., Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 
Keokuk, la., 1897-1900. Grad, work, Graysville, 
Tenn., 190.i-f)7; Phys., Chattanooga, Tenn., 1916 — . 
Married Martin M. Martinson, ("02), S 17 1896, 
Algona, la. Address, 7H E. 7th St., Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 



EMIL JOHN MERKI 
M p.; b. F 10, 1878; s. John ^nd Emma (Pauli) 
Merki. Prepared in Lake View H. S. Nu Sigma 
Nu. With Continental Casualty Co. Married 
Elsie A. Seidel, Je 16, 1902. Children: Walter, 
b. N 3, 1903; Herbert, b. Je 26, 1907; Robert, b. 
Ja 31, 1911. Address, 1327 Earle Ave., Chicago; 
6ms. add., 910 S. Michigan Ave., do. 

GEORGE HARRIS MERRYMAN 
M.D.; b. Je 28, 1878; s. J. D. and Rebecca 
(Kagleton) Merrymnn. Chm., Med. Advisory Bd., 
Dist. 11, State of Ore., World War. Mem, A 
F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; L. Legion of U. S. Mar- 
ried Mabel Campbell, S 10, 1910, Klamath Falls, 
Ore. Children: George H., Jr., b. Jl 13, 1912; 
John D., b. O 29, 1915. Address, 1813 Huron 
St., Klamath Falls, Ore.; bus. add., 510 Main St., 
do. 

JUDSON MELVIN MEYERS 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 9, 1877, Verona, Wis.; 
s^ Reuben J. (b. Mr 8, 1837, Flicksville, Pa.) and 
Enieline (Donkle) Meyers (b. 1837, Pa.). Pre- 
pared in Wilkes Barre (Pa.) H. S. Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; Gold Medal for scholarship in Soph. Class, 
1899-1900; Pres., Class, 1899-1900. Grad. work, 
Vienna and Berlin, 1913-14. Intern, Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1902-04. Located in Odanah, Wis., 1904- 
12; Travel in Orient and around world, Ag 1912- 
Ap 1913; Superior, Wis., at pre.sent. Mem., Ash- 
land-Bayfield-Iron Co. Med. Soc. (Pres., 1911); 
Douglas Co. Med. Soc.; Wis. State Med. Soc.; 
A. M. A., 1902-12; Interurban Acad, of Med. 
Married Ag 23, 1916. Child, Chester Lionel, b. 
Je 22, 1918. Address, 804 Belknap St., Superior, 
Wis.; bus. add., 210 Board of Trade Bldg., do. 

CHARLES ARTHUR MILLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Attended 
Barnes Med. Coll., 1898-1900. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Address, Macon, Ill.t 

GEORGE LOUIS MILLER 
M.D.; b. My 5, 1877, Champaign. Married 
Clara Keeton, Jl 22, 1912, Memphis. Child, Clara 
Louise, b. D 25, 1914. Address, Merkel, Texas. 

ROBERT WILLIAMSON MILLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Shawnee (O.) H. S.; Starling Med. Coll., 1898-1900. 
Formerly of Comely, O.; Specialist in Surg., Hem- 
lock, do. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Hemlock, 
O.t 

WILLIAM FRANK MITCHELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. D'l2, 1877; s. John W. 
(b. Je 19, 1847, Salem, Ind.) and Lessie (Kelley) 
Mitchell (b. Ja 25, 1850). Prepared in Superior 
(Neb.) H. S.; Keokuk Med. Sch., 1899-1900. Al- 
pha Kappa Kappa. B.S., Ottawa Univ., Ottawa, 
Kan. Located in Oak, Neb., 1903-06; Waterloo, 
Wis., 1906-09; Superior, Neb., 1909—. Married 
Alice G. Felt, 1905, Superior, Neb. Children: 
Louise M., b. 1907; Frances M., b. 1911. Ad- 
dress, 833 Idaho St., Superior, Neb.; bus. add., 
448 Commercial St., do. 

JOHN ROE MONTGOMERY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Simpson Coll., 
1894-97; III, Med. Coll., Chicago, 3 yrs. Formerly 
of Malvern, la. Gen. Med. practice, Dodge City 
Kan. Address, Chadwick, Met 

*HARLON JUSTIN MORRILL 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1868. Died Ag 4, 1913, 
Cicero, 111. 

ROBERT WILSON MORRIS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr ,3, 1876, South Argyle, 
N. Y.; s. A. W, and Laura J. (Giikerson) Morris. 
Prepared in Greenwich (N. Y.) H. S. and Mon- 
mouth Coll. Instr., Med. Coll. of Med., 1910-18. 
Mem., Local Bd. 8. Chicago. World War. Mem. 



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United Brethren Church. Married Katharine 
Eaton Critchell, Ap 14, 1909. Child, Katharine 
Jane, b. Jl 2, 1918. Address, 4363 Greenwood 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 4301 Ellis Ave., do. 

FRANK T. MURPHY 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 10, 1880, Chicago; s. 
John (b. Je 1, 1840, Ennis, County Clare, Ireland) 
and Theresa (Lavin) Murphy (b. F 2, 1850, Sligo, 
do.). Prepared in St. Ignatius Coll., Chicago. 
Located in Chicago. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc. 
Married Regina Tierney, Je 5, 1912, Chicago. 
Children: Cyril F., b. Mr 24, 1913; Clare Joseph, 
b. D 18, 1916. Address, 4242 W. Jackson Blvd., 
Chicago; bus. add., 4259 W. Madison St., do. 

ANTON T. NADIG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Jo Daviess 
Co. Pub. Schs. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. 
M. A. Address, Elizabeth, Ill.t 

GEORGE A. NICKELSEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 17, 1874, Corpus Christi, 
Tex.; s. Carl (b. Eng.) and Ellen (Macillwayne) 
Nickelsen (b. do.). Prepared in Chicago Pub. 
Schs. Phys., Chicago, 1902-04; do.. Plains, Kan., 
1905—. iilarried Dora C. Engelhardt, Jl 6, 1903, 
Chicago. Child, Carl F., b. My 23, 1904. Ad- 
dress, Plains, Kan. 

CARL C. OTTERSBACH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Rush Med. 
Coll., 1898-99. Gen. Med. practice; formerly of 
Corpus Christi, Tex. Address, 1525 Bremer Ave., 
St. Louis.t 

SAMUEL EDWARD OVERMASS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. State Univ. 
of la.. Coll. of Med., 1898-1901. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Formerly at Thedford, Neb. Address, Gor- 
don, Neb.t 

*ORVILLE PENNY OVERTON 
M.D.; b. 1878. Gen. Med. practice, Woodburn, 
Ore. Died D 22. 1918. Brownsville. Ore. 

CHARLES EUGENE PARKER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 24, 1870, Onargo, 
111.; s. Thomas and Sarah Jane (Barnum) Parker. 
Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Sterling, 111. Mem., 
Catholic Church; K. C; B. P. O. E. Married 
Stella Geoffrov, 1905 Sterling 111. Children: 
Thomas, b. 1908; Jane, b. 1910.- Address, 604 
2nd Ave., Sterling, III.; bus. add., Lawrence Bldg., 
do. 

♦WILLIAM MADISON PATTERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in 
Farmer City H. S. State Univ. of la.. Coll. of 
Med., 1898-1901. Gen. Med. practice, Egan, S. 
Dak.; at one time Ed., local paper, do. Died 
about N 13, 1918, Egan, S. Dak. 

JOHN MORRIS PERRY 
Phy.s. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 29, 1877; s. Morris 
(b. F 28, 1825, O.) and Mary A. (Girdner) Perry 
(b. Mr 1, 1836, Knox Co., Ky.). Prepared in 
Princeton (Mo.) H. S. and Kirksville (Mo.) Norm. 
Sch. Located in Princeton, Mo. Mayor of City, 
1913-14. 1st Lt., later Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; 
with A. E. F., O 4, 1917-My 29, 1919. Mem., 
Mercer Co. Med. Soc. (Pres., 1914-15); Mercer 
Lodge, A. F. A. M. (Worthy Master, 1907-08); 
Princeton Lodge, 191, K. P. (C. C, 1908-09). 
Married Ethel A. Phillips, S 30, 1903. Child, 
Mildred Jane, b. O 22, 1906. Address, Princeton, 
Mo. 

CHARLES HERBERT PHIFER 

(Brother of LeRoy H., '07, D.D.S.) 

Physician; M.D.; b. Je 25, 1879, Shumway, 111.; 

s. John Newton (b. O 17, 1848, Mansfield, La.) 

and Sarah E. (Owens) Pbifer (b. S 26, 1854, O.). 

Prepared in Austin Coll., 1896-98. Sigma Phi 



Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Surg., South Shore 
and Washington Park Hosps., Chicago. Instr., 
Med., Coll. of Med., 1904-08; do., Surg, and Assoc, 
do., 1910-19; Asst. Prof., do., 1919 — . Mem., 
Univ. Club; South Shore Country Club; Am. Coll. 
Surgs. (Fellow). Married My 4, 1904, Chicago. 
Address, 4700 Drexel Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 
30 N. Michigan Ave., do. 

FLOYD PHILLIPS 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 3, 1877, Douglas Co., 
111.; s. Alpheus and Mary (Choyene) Phillips. Ph. 
G., Valparaiso Univ., 1898. Gen. Med. practice, 
Arthur, 111. Lt., World War. Mem., A. F. A. 
M.; I. O. O. F. Married Carrie Birks, 1903. 
Decatur, 111. Children: Byron; Floyd; John, 
Address, Arthur, 111. 

WILLIAM ANDREW PLICE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1894; b. D 17, 
1870, Polk, O.; s. Samuel (b. Ag 6, 1838, do.) 
and Mary Jane (Byers) Plice (b. My 10, 1845). 
Prepared in Polk (O.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice, 
Chicago. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Jl 1918-Mr 1919. 
Mem.. A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med. Soc; Assn., Mil. Surg. Married Jl 23, 1896, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Children: Samuel Glenwood, b. 
S 28, 1897; Florence Elizabeth, b. D 20, 1902. 
Address, 3828 Gladys Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 
4003 W. Madison St., do. 

MAXWELL PHILIP PODGER 
M.D.; b. Jl 4, 1880, New York; s. Samuel and 
Zirile (Wiskonskv) Podger. Prepared in Joseph 
Medill H. S., Chicago. Pi Psi Theta. 1st Lt. 
M. R. C, U. S. A., 1921. Mem., K. P. Married 
Ada Brons. S 11, 1909. Children: Brewster, b. 
Ag 24, 1911; Stanley, b. Je 22, 1914. Address, 21 
E. 112tb St., New York City. 



♦EDWIN WILLIAM POINIER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Gen. Med. 
practice, Andrews, Ind., 10 yrs; Co. Phys., Hunt- 
ington Co., Ind. Mem., A. M. A. Died Mr 6, 
1916, Huntington, Ind. 

CHARLES ARTHUR POTTER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 27, 1878; s. Lemmel 
M. (b. 1830, Mass.) and Annie M. (Barker) Pot- 
ter (b. 1840, do.). Prepared in Geneva H. S. 
Phi Rho Sigma. Phys., Alma Sanitarium, Alma, 
Mich., 1902; do., Laramie, Wyo., 1902-04; Attend- 
ing Phys., State Sch. for Boys, St. Charles, 111., 
1904-14; Phys., St. Charles, 1904—. Married 
Grace E. Judd, 1906. Address, 169 W. Main St., 
St. Charles, 111.; bus. add., 48 E. Main St., do. 

HERBERT WILLIAM POWERS 

M.D.; b. F 7, 1876, Birmingham, Eng. Nu 

Sigma Nu. Formerly located in Wauwatosa, 

Wis. Married Ruth Settersten, 1908, Kenilworth, 

111. Address, 770 39th St., Milwaukee. 

HENRY HERMAN RODEFELD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Formerly 
located at 935 8th St., Quincy, 111. Address, Al- 
buquerque, N. M.t 

JOHN J. ROOKS 
Surgeon; M.D,; b. O 27, 1878; s. John (b. D 15, 
1838, Netherlands) and Clara (Mulder) Rooks (b. 
1845, do.). Prepared in Hope Coll., Holland, 
Mich. M.D., Grand Rapids Med. Coll., 1901. 
Grad. work. 111. Post-Grad. Med. Sch., Chicago. 
Surg, practice. Grand Rapids, Mich. Mem., Kent 
Co. Med. Soc; Mich. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. 
Married Jeanettc Welandt, F 2, 1902, Chicago. 
Children: Myrtle Ruth, b. Ag 6, 1903; GwendoHn 
Alina, b. Ag 20, 1918 (died). Address, 802 Bates 
St., Grand Rapids, Mich.; bus. add., Widdicumb 
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ROMEO RICHMOND ROOT 
M.D.; b. N 12, 1S70, Pentwator, Mich.; s. Jesse 
H. and Sarah June (Dundas) Root. Prepared in 
Tenipe Norm Sch. of Ariz., Teinpe, Ariz. Located 
in Pima, Ariz., 1902-06; Corona, Calif., 1906—. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Riverside Co. Med. Soc; Calif. 
State Med. Soc. Capt.. 56th Am. Train, C. A. 
C, 191S. Married Lulu Belle Wingar, 1903. 
Tempe, .\riz. Children: Lucia G., b. 1904; Mar- 
garet, b. 1907. Address, 904 Ramona Ave., Coro- 
na, Calif.; 6ms. add., 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., do. 

♦GEORGE ERNEST ROSENTHAL 
M.D.: b. 1873. Prepared in Quincy H. S. 
Attending Surg., and Pathologist, Blessing Hosp., 
Quincy, 111.; Asst. Surg,, III. Sailors and Soldiers 
Home, do. Mem., Adams Co. Med. Soc. (Sec); 
A. M. A. Died F 17, 1907, Quincy, 111. 

EDWARD CORNELIUS RUGE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 8, 1878, Menasha, 
Wis.; s. Frederick and Rena (Johnson) Ruge. Pre- 
pared in Neenah (Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. and 
Surg, practice, Seattle; formerly located in Bel- 
ingham, Wash. Married Gwendolvn Geary, Je 

4, 1917. Child, Gwendolyn, b. Je 22, 1918. Ad- 
'/rc<s, 3309 Hunter Blvd., Seattle; bus. add.. Green 
Bldg., do. 

CARL GUSTAV S. RYDIN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.;b.F2, 1874; s. Theodore 

and Hedvig (.\nderson) Rydin. Prepared in 

Gymnasium, Sweden. Phi Beta Pi. Gen. Med. 

and Surg, practice, Chicago. Capt., M. C, U. 

5. A., Ag 25, 1917-Ag 9, 1919 (Surg, and Ortho- 
pedic Ser%"ice). Auth.: Goiter among the Insane. 
Married Ella Wallen, S 12, 1906, Chicago. Chil- 
dren: Loraine Hed%ng, b. Mr 21, 1910 (died Ag 
28, 1911.1; Carl Norval, b. My 20, 1913; Glenn 
Wallen, b. 1917. Address. 3658 N. Clark St., 
Chicago; bus. add., 852 Belmont Ave., do. 

♦ALEXANDER C. SABIN, Jr. 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Univ. of 
Xeb. Formerly of Beatrice, Neb.; later at 2701 
Woodworth St., Omaha, do. Deceased. 

HENRY FENNO SAWTELLE 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 24. 1878, Norfolk, Va.; 
s. Henry Winchester (b. Waterville, Mo.) and 
Clara Judd (Fenno) Sawtelle (b. Augusta, Me.). 
Prepared in Highland Mil. Acad., Worcester, 
Mass. Nu Sigma Nu. Intern, U. S. M. Hosp., 
N. Y., 1902. Surg. Red D Line of steamships, 
Washington, D. C, 1903. Gen. Med. practice, 
Washington, D. C. Je 1904 — ; Asst. Health Off., 
do., 1908-12; Surg, to Police and Fire Dept. 1915 — . 
1st Lt., Wash., D. C, N. G., 1914-17; Capt., M. 
C, U. S. A., 1917-19; Maj., do., Mr 1919-My 1919; 
Commanding Officer Field Hosp. 165; foreign ser- 
vice with Rainbow Div. 18 mos. Mem., D. C. 
Med. .Soc; A. M. A. Married Frances Marion 
Trimble, N 22, 1905, Washington, D. C. Children: 
Elizabeth Nailor, b. Jl 25, 1907; Matthew Trimble, 
b. Ja 18. 1911. Address, 3001 11th St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

PAUL HENRY SCHAEFER 
Phys. and Surg.; b. Jl 19. 1879. Burlington, la.; 
3. William and Augusta (Krekel) Schaefer. Pre- 
pared in Burlington (la.) H. S.; Univ. of la., 
1898-1900. Phys. and Surg., Burlington, la., 
1902—. Capt.. M. C, U. S. A., Camn Greenleaf, 
Ga. 1918-19. Mem., Malta Lodge 318 A. F. A. 
M. (Master. 1911-12); Commander of St. Omer 
Commandery 15, K. T., 1913; Patron, E. C. Black- 
mar Chap. 306, O. E. S., 1916; Grand Jr. Warden, 
Grand Lodge of la.. 1916-17; la. Chap. 1. R. A. M.; 
Zarepath Consistory 4; Kaaba Temple. .\. A. O. 
N. (M. S.); Am. Legion f.\djutant of Burlington 
Post .52). Married O 18. 1917. Burlington, la. 
Child. Helen Loui.se. b. S 8, 1919. Address, 511-12 
la. State Bank Bldg., Burlington, la. 



JOHN CHANDLER SESSIONS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. S 21. 1879. Atchison, Kan.; 
s. Elizabeth (Wilson) Sessions. Prepared in Min- 
neapolis H. S.; Univ. of Minn. Football Team, 
1901-02. Mai., M. C, U. S. A., World War. 
Married Elizabeth Miller, 1908. Child, Son, b. 
F 24. 1910. Address, 500-2 La Salle Bldg., Min- 
neapolis. 

HOWARD O. SHAFER 
M.D.; b. O 13, 1879, Ind.; s. Winfield S. and 
Sarah (Wiltfong) Shafer. Prepared in Rochester 
(Ind.) H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Instr., Gyne- 
col., Coll. of Med., 1906-10; Instr., do. and Sr. 
Surg., 1910-16. Located in Chicago, 1904-16; 
Rochester, Ind.. 1916—. Mem., A. F. A. M. 
Married Mary Stanton, O 26, 1904, Rochester. 
Ind. C!iildren: John Stanton, b. Ag 22, 1909; 
Mary Elizabetti, b. D 9, 1911; David Winfield. b. 
Ap 11, 1917. Address, 531 Pontiac St.. Rochester, 
Ind.; bus. add., Woodlawn Hosp., do. 

WILLIAM OWEN SHELLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 26, 1873, Ashland. 
O.; s. William and Margaret (McCuen) Sheller. 
B.S.. O. Norm. Univ., Ada ,0., 1897; Ph.G.. do., 
1899. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Big Rock. 
111.; Lamar, Colo. Phys., Local Bd., World War. 
Mem.. A. F. A, M.. 32°; A. A. O. N. M. S.; B. P. 
O. E.; A. M. A.; State Med. Soc; Co. Med. Soc. 
Married Emma E. Frost. My 13. 1904; Daisy 
M. Hilton, Je 6. 1917. Address, Lamar, Colo. 

R. O. SHELTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 7, 1878, Pulaski, 
la.; s. W. H. and Mary Jane (Wilson) Shelton. 
Prepared in Drake Univ., Des Moines, and Wash- 
ington Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Phi Rho Sigma. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Fort Riley, Kan. World 
War. Married Betty Thompson, Ag 9, 1920, 
San Diego, Calif. Address, 3443 5th St., San 
Diego, Calif.; bus. add., 819 First Nat. Bank Bldg., 



JOHN C. FRED SIEGFRIEDT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Davenport (la.) H. S.; State Univ. of la.. Coll. of 
Med., 2 yrs. Gen. Med. practice. Address, Bear 
Creek, Mont.f 

HENRY HERBERT SLATER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 3, 1869, Barrow, 
Suffolk, Eng.; s. Charles (b. O 1, 1839, Devonshire, 
Eng.) and Mary Agnes (Ames) Slater (b. O 4, 
1843, London, Eng.). Prepared in Bunker Hill 
Acad.; Western Norm. Coll., Bushnell, 111., 1889-91 . 
Adelphic Lit. Soc; Class Poet. Grad. work, Med. 
Depts., Leland Stanford Jr., and Univ. of Calif., 
1918. Located in Deer Park, Wash., 1902—. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ap 15, 1918-N 13, 1919; 
Active service. Camp Lewis, My 20, 1918; assigned 
to U. S. Base Hosp. 93, serving at Mont Dore and 
Cannes, France., Ag 15, 1918-Mr 29, 1919; De- 
tached service with Base Hosps. 2, 212, 224, at 
Paris, France, N— D, 1918. Chief Med. Off., 
Florence, Italy, Ap 1-Ap 29, 1919; Special work, 
Rome, Ap 29-My 5, 1919; Chief Med. Off., Naples. 
My 5-19, 1919; Special Examining Bd., Camp Dix. 
N. J., Jl 1-15 (Heart and Lung Specialist); Honor- 
able Discharge, Jl 31, 1919. Maj., M. R. C, U. 
S. A., N 13, 1919 — . Auth.: Special articles in 
The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Washington, up- 
on observations made while in Europe. Mem., 
Co. Med. Soc; State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Scottish 
and York Rite Masonic Bodies; Mystic Shrine; 
Am. Legion; Assn. Mil. Surg. Married Lavina 
Jane Nichols, Ag 10, 1892, Bushnell, 111. Children: 
Lavina Lucille (Mrs. C. W. Walton) b. Jl 29, 1893; 
Herbert N., b. S 25, 1895; Homer H., b. My 5, 
1897; Helen M. (Mrs. A. M. Philleo) b. D 21, 1898; 
Howard Whitman, b. Mr 9, 1903; Mary Barbara, 
b. Ap 11, 1909; Harold Angus, b. Je 1, 1911; 
Charlotte Catherine, b. Ja 15, 1913; Marjorie Mar- 
guerite, b. Jl 4, 1914. Address, Doer Park. Wash. 



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L. ROCK SLEYSTER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 14, 1879; s. William W. 
(b. Ap 10, 1850, Waupun, Wis.) and Addie M. 
(Butts) Sleyster (b. Ja 18, 1858, Brandon, Wis.). 
Prepared in H. S. Alpha Mu; Pi Omega. Phys., 
Kiel, Wis., 1902-07; do., Appleton, Wis., 1907-09; 
do., Waupun, Wis., 1909-19; Mayor, do., 1916-17; 
Supt. of Wis. State Hosp. for Criminal Insane, 
1909-19; Chief of Bur. of Postgrad, med. study, 
Univ. of Wis., 1917—; Ed., Wis. Med. Jour., Phys., 
Wauwato.sa, Wis., 1919—. Maj., M. C, U. S. A., 
1917-18; Assigned to duty as med. aide to Gov. of 
Wis. Auth.: Various articles in Jour. A. M. A., 
Wis. Med. Jour., Jour, nj Sonoloy. Med., etc. 
Mem., Wis. State Med. Soc. (Sec. 1914—); A. 
M. A. (Fellow); Am. Acad, of Med.; Am. Medico- 
P.sycholog. Assn.; Chicago Med. Soc. (Hon.); 
Chicago Neurolog. Assn.; Milwaukee Med. Soc; 
Am. Inst, of Criminal Law and Criminology. 
Married Clara Swift, Ap 15, 1903, Darlington, 
Wis. Address, Wauawtosa, Wis. 

ROBERT BORDEN SMILEY 
Phys. and Surgl; M.D.; b. Ap 12, 1877.; s. 
Sam V. and Elsie (Gibson) Smiley. Prepared in 
Eagle River (Wis.) H. S.; Ripon Coll., Ripon, 
Wis. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Chili, Wis., 
1903-04; Stevens Point, do., 1905-20. Army Serv., 
World War, Ag 23, 1917-My 25, 1919. Mem. 
K. P.; I. O. O. F.; B. P. O. E.; Moose; Mod. Wood- 
men of Am. Married Winifred Ruff My 25 1918. 
Address 113 Church St., Stevens Point, Wis.; 
bus. add., 409 Main St., do. 

CLYDE LIVINGSTON SMITH 
M.D.; b. My 5, 1879, Ohio; s. H. B. and Lucy 
M. (Gollogher) Smith. Prepared in Shelbyville 
H. S. Phi Beta Pi. Formerly located in Simms, 
Mont. Capt., Asst. Surg., U. S. A,, World War. 
Mem., B. P. O. E.; I. O. O. F. Married Frances 
Carroll, 1912. Children: C. L. Jr., b. 1915; Car- 
roll, b. 1917. Address, Greenville, Calif. 

*GEORGE W. SMITH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1865. Prepared in 
Hedding Coll.. Abingdon, 111. Formerly of Gales- 
burg, 111. Died O 2, 1911, Chicago. 

ULYSSES GRANT SOUDER 
(Father of Bonnell M., '13) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 11, 1866; s. Henry (b. 
O 3, 1838, Mansfield, O.) and Sarah E. (Easley) 
Souder (b. Mr 14, 1839, Londonville, O.). Pre- 
pared in Colqmbia City and Valparaiso, Ind. 
Located in Chicago, 1902-04; Auburn, Ind., Ag 
1904 — . Med. Examiner and on Conscription Bd., 
DeKalb Co., Ind. Married F 18, 1888, Pierceton, 
Ind. Child, Bonnell M., (M.D., '13), b. Ag 4, 
1891. Address, Auburn, Ind. 

KATE VANCE STANDLEY (BROWNLEE) 
M.D.; b. Jl 14, 1872; d. Z. I. and Jennie (Vance) 
Standley. Prepared in Lacelde (Mo.) H. S. Nu 
Sigma Phi. Married D 14, 1911, Brookfield, Mo. 
Child, Walter. Address, Brookfield, Mo. 

ALLEN CHUBB STECKLE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 24, 1872; s. Abe and Sarah 
(Furteng) Steckle. A.B., Olivet Coll. Capt., 
Mich. Football Team, 1899; All-Am. Tackle. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F. Married Margaret 
Nesbitt, 1910. Children: Catherine; Betty. Ad- 
dress, Battle Ground, Wash. 

JOSEPH LOUIS STETTAUER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Bennett Med. 
Coll., 1896-98; Rush Med. Coll., 1898-1900. Ad- 
dress, .5233 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago; 6ms. add., 
5 S. Wabash Ave., do.t 

SAMUEL LORENZO STEVENS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 12, 1874, Blooming- 
ton, 111.; s. William (b. F 14, 1828, Manchester, 
Eng.) and Sarah (Shields) Stevens (b. Mr 1, 1839, 



Londonderry, Ireland). Prepared in Bloomington 
Pub. Schs.; 111. Wesleyan Univ. and St. Louis Coll. 
of Med., 1898-99. Located in Dalton City, 111., 
1902—. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., Mr 1918-F 8, 
1919. Mem., Presby. Church (Trustee); Moul- 
trie Co. Med. Soc. (Sec. and Ex-Pres.); 111. State 
Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Assn. of Mil. Surgs.; A. F. 
A. M.; I. O. O. F.; Nat. Geog. Soc. Married Vida 
Uppendahl, My 16, 1904, Dalton City, 111. Chil- 
dren: Sarah Margret, b. Jl I, 1910; Wihlma Leel, 
b. My 14, 1914. Address, Dalton City, 111. 

WAYNE L. STILLMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. la. State Coll. 
Veterinary Surg. Gen. Med. practice; at one time 
located in Newell, la. Address, Anthon, la.t 

ROBERT EARL STOOPS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Mich. Coll. 
of Med. and Surg., 3 yrs. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly located at Edgerton, O.; later at North 
Chicago, 111. Med. Off., U. S. S. New Jersey, 
My 8, 1914-My 29, 1917; Sr. Med. Officer, Naval 
Station, New Orleans, Je 10, 1917-20; Wash., D. 
C, 1920—. Med. Aide to Commandant, 8th 
Naval District; Med. Officer, Receiving Ship at 
New Orleans. Address, Surgeon Generals Office, 
Washington, D. C.t 

CHARLES DAVID STRONG 
M.D.; b. Ag 26, 1879, Paxton, 111.; s. Robert 
and Martha (Miller) Strong. Prepared in Rice 
Collegiate Institute, 1898. Mem., K. T.; B. P. 
O. E.; Presby. Church. Married Alice Bixby. 
Child, Glenn, b. Ja 21, 1903. Address, 1908 E 
St., San Bernardino, Calif.; bus. add., 425 4th St., 
do. 

PETER HAROLD SUNDE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. M.D., Jenner 
Med. Coll., 1901. Gen. Med. practice. Address. 
746 N. Heliotrope Drive, Los Angeles; bus. add., 
Title Insurance Bldg., do.f 

CHARLES IRWIN TAYLOR 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 11, 1871, BurUngton, la.; 
s. C. G. and Belle C. (Chrissinger) Taylor. Pre- 
pared in Indianola H. S. Gen. Med. practice, 
Pomeroy, la., 1902 — . Mem., A. F. A. M., Com- 
mandery. Shrine; B. P. O. E. Married Jette E. 
Gordon. Child, Charles Gordon, b. D 26, 1894. 
Address, Pomeroy, la. 

WILLIAM HARPER THOMAS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 10, 1879, Traer, la.; 
s. B." F. (b. 1837, O.) and Sarah E. (Stoakes) 
Thomas (b. 1838, O.) Prepared in Traer (la.) 
H. S.; Univ. of la. Gen. Med. practice, Titonka, 
la., 1902-03; McGregor, do., 1903—. Capt., M. 
C, U. S. A., Ag 1917-F 1919; Regtl. Surg., 75th 
Inf., 13th Div. Married Winifred L. Thomas, N 
3, 1903, Waukon, la. Child, Olive Winifred, b. 
O 26, 1904. Address, McGregor, la. 

EDWARD WHITFIELD TOLLEY 
M.D.; b. Mr 2, 1879, Jackson, O.; s. Whitfield 
Arnold and Caroline (Badgley) ToUey. Prepared 
in Oak Park, 111. Phi Rho Sigma, Address, 230 
Sheldon Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich.; bus. add., 
18 Monroe Ave., do. 

CHARLES JEPTHA TRAIL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. State Univ. 
of la.. Coll. of Med., 1898-1900; Upper la. Univ., 
3 yrs. Gen. Med. practice; formerly located in 
Independence, la.; later in Wessington, S. Dak. 
Specialist in Ophthalmol. Mem., Med. Soc. of 
State of Calif. Address, 1012 S. Walts Ave., Sioux 
Fall's, S. Dak.; bus. add., Boyce-Greeley Bldg., do.f 

JAMES C. TYVAND 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 2, 1877, Mt. Horeb, 

Wis.;s.P. A. (b. 1855, Stoughton, Wis.) and Agness 

E. (Evenson) Tyvand (b. 1857, Madison, Wis.). 



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Prepared in Stoughton Acad., Stoughton, Wis. 
Phys.. Milton, N. Dak., 1902-07; do., Cheyenne 
Wells, Colo.. 1907-12; Mt. Horeb. Wis., 1912-10; 
Whitehall. Wis., 1910—; Local Exanuner, U. S. 
Pub. Health Service; twice delegate to state 
nominating convention. World War, Ag 1917- 
Jl 1919—. Traveled in Eng., Fr., Ger. and It.; 
Recommissioncd Maj., M. R. C, U. S. A., Ap 1, 
1920. Married Olina M. Kortgaard, Je 21, 190o, 
Milton, N. Dak. Children: Lvman C, b. .11 17, 
1900: Agnes M.. b. Ag 18, 1908; Paul W., b. My 
8, 1915. Address. Whitehall. Wis. 



THOMAS SHIRLEY VENARD 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 19, 1870; s John Newton 
(b. Ap 17, 1S4S. Ind.) and Margret J. (Siairley) 
Venard (b. F 20. 1848. Pa.). Prepared in Ness 
City (Kan.) H. S. Maj.. M. R. C. U. S. A.. Ag 
27. 1917-My 27, 1919; attending Surg., Hdqtrs. B, 
S. 4, Ag 10, 1918 till discharge. Married Mildred 
Brentnall. My 3, 1902, Ness Citv. Kan. Children: 
Ruth. b. S 20. 1903 (died N 19. 1903); Thomas N.. 
b. O 12. 1905; Winnona M.. b. Mr 1. 1907; Robert 
J., b. Ap 22. 1909; George L ., b. N 11, 1911. Ad- 
dress, Ness City, Kan. 

WALTER THOMAS VENN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Jennings Sem., Aurora, 111. .Asst., Urol., Rush 
Med. Coll.; Assoc. Prof., do., Post-Grad. Coll. and 
Hosp.; Prof., Dermatol.. Jenner Med. Coll.; Gen. 
Med. practice. Chicago. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress 108 Main St., Aurora, 111.; bus. add., 24 N. 
Wabash Ave., Chicago .t 

JOHN GEORGE WACHOWSKI 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 

St. Ignatius Coll. Ph.G., N. U. Univ., 1900. 

Formerly located at 1259 W. 51st St., Chicago.! 

WILBUR MYRON WALLIKER 
M.D.; b. S 14, 1877, Clinton, la.; s. J. H. and 
Nancy (Smith) Walliker. Prepared in Clinton 
(la.) H. S. Post-Grad. work, Chicago Eve, Ear, 
Nose and Throat Coll.; Chicago Post-Grad. Med. 
Sch. and Hosp. Mem., A. F. A. M., Consistory, 
Shrine; B. P. O. E.; I. O. O. F. Married Lotta 
M. Liquin. Je 24. 1908. Children: Elizabeth, b. 
Ap 11. 1911; Catherine, b. Ap 21. 1914. Address, 
1020 N. 2nd St.. Clinton. la.; bus. add., 305-6 
Wilson Bldg.. do. 

GERRIT WILLIAM WALVOORD 
M.D.; b. N 24. 1875. Wis.; s. A. C. and Gertrude 
(Veldhorst) Walvoord. Prepared in .Sheboygan 
Falls (Wis.) H. S. Married Henrietta Marie 
Potts. 1902, Cedar Grove, Wis. Children: Lucille; 
Carl; Joan. Address, .South Holland, 111. 

OTTO GEORGE WASKOW 
Phys. and Pharm.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1893; b. 1872, 
Chicago. Apprenticed to F. J. Berger; O. J. 
Hartwig. Chicago. 1888-92; Pharm.. 2901 Archer 
Ave., Chicago; Phys. and Pharm., of firm. Stein- 
brecker and Waskow. 36 N. Clark St.. do.; later 
at 2511 Humboldt Blvd.. and at 2937 Milwaukee 
Ave., do. Address, 5901 E. Circle Ave., Chicago.t 

BENJAMIN PERLEY WEAVER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; B.S. in L. & A., 1899; 
b. D 13. 1877. Danville. 111.; s. Benjamin (b. My 1, 
1846. Schenectady Co.. N. Y.) and Martha Maria 
(Campbell) Weaver (b. Ag .30. 18.50. Cook Co., 
111). Prepared in Danville H. S. Phi Rho Sigma. 
Asst. Ed.. Jour. Ind. Stale Med. Assn. Mem., 
Fortnightly Club, Ft. Wayne. Ind.; Med. Soc. 
'io.. Am. Coll. of Surgs.; A. M. A. Married Lucile 
Porter. S 10. 190.'J. Ft. Wayne. Ind. Children: 
•Jane Porter, b. Je 4, 1905 (died S I. 1906); Anne 
Porter, b. Ja 25, 1907; .Sarah Porter, b. O 22, 1909; 
Richard Porter, b. Ja 9, 191 1 . Address, W, Wayne 
.St., Ft. Wayne, Ind.; bus. add.. Physicians Defense 
Bldg., do. 



*JEANETTE C. WELCH 
M.D.; b. 1S08. Ph.D.. Univ. of Chicago, 1897; 
A.B., Wellesley, 1899. Formerly located in Grand 
Rapids, Mich. One of the organizers of Univ. 
Club. Mem., Med. StafT, Union Benevolent Assn. 
Hosp.; Grand Rapids Acad, of Med.; Kent Co. 
Med. Soc. Died 1907, Union Benevolent Assn. 
Hosp., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

AXEL FREDERICK W. WERELIUS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1871. Attended Harvard 
Med. Coll., 1898-1900. Surg.-in-Cluef, South 
Shore Hosp., Chicago. Mem., A. M. A.; Am. 
Coll. of Surgs. Address, 0725 Constance Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add.. South Shore Hosp., do.t 



PETER DUNCAN WHYTE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 
Strathroy Collegiate Institute, Strathroy, Ont. 
Gen. Med. practice. Address, Hardwick, Minn.f 



*JESSE BERTRAM WILEY 
Physician; M.D. Formerly of Osmond, Neb. 



Died N 4, 1912, Pierce, Neb. 



JOHN MILLER WILSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 1, 1809, Albia, la.; s. 
John J. and Margaret J. Wilson. B.S., Mon- 
mouth Coll. Mem., Presby. Church. Married 
Laura Edith Langhead, Ag 15, 1906, Pasadena, 
Calif. Children: John M., Jr., b. D 31, 1907- 
Edith Elizabeth, b. Mr ^7, 1911, Address, 607 
Citizens Savings Bank Bldg., Pasadena, Calif. 



WILLIAM THOMAS WINTERS 
M.D.; b. D 27, 1866, Sacket Harbor, N. Y.; 
s. Peter and Julia (Bogle) Winters. Capt. in 
Army. Instr., Nose and Throat, Rush Med. Coll., 
1906-10. Married Annie Kewley, N 16, 1891, 
Chicago. Children: Grover, b. S 16, 1892; Kath- 
erin, b. Jl 16, 1893; William, b. N 1897; Gertrude, 
b. N 12, 1901; Anni-Moria. b. Ap 11, 1909. Ad- 
dress, 4149 Monroe St., Chicago; 6ms. add., 31 N. 
State St., do. 

DAVID EARLE YANTIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 17, 1870, Mowea- 
qua. 111.; s. Sarah (Brown) Yantis. Prepared in 
Westfield Coll., Westfield, 111., 1889-91. Phys. 
and Surg., Foosland, 111., 1902-06; Urbana, 1906^. 
Local S. A. T. C. Serv., World War. Auth.: 
Articles in Jour. A. M . A.; III. Med. Jour.; Jour. 
Obst. and OynecoL, Am. Jour. Surg. Mem., M. 
E. Church; A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; K. P.; I. 
O. O. F. Married Emma May Longenbach, Jl 1, 
1896. Children: Ruth, b. Jl 22, 1898; Elizabeth, 
b. N 20, 1907; Richard, b. Mr 12, 1910. Died 
1911). Address, 609 W. Calif. St., Urbana; 6ms. 
add., 212 W. Main St., do. 

WILLIAM YEATES 
M.D.; b. Ag 10, 1870, Erie Co., 111.; s. Burnet 
and Sarah (Kinney) Yeates. Located in Essex, 
111., 2 yrs.; Braidwood, do., 1 yr.; Bonfield, do., 
13 yrs.; Kankakee, do., 1 yr. Capt., M. C, U. 
S. A., World War. Mem.. Blue Lodge, Chap., 
Commandery. Married Alice E. Garlock. Ap 22, 
1901. Children: Burnett T., b. N 24, 1902; Kin- 
ney, b. Ap 9, 1912. Address, 108}^ E. Court St., 
Kankakee, 111. 

CHARLES C. YOUNG 
(Husband of Nacooche Augusta Freeman Young, 
■02) 
M.D.; b. My 28, 1875. Prepared in Russia. 
Grad. work, Minn. Coll. of Pharm. Not in Med. 
practice. Mem., B. P. O. E. Auth.: Abused 
Russia. Deviii Adair Pub. Co., N. Y. Address, 
Kerman, Calif. 



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NACOOCHE AUGUSTA FREEMAN YOUNG 

(Wife of Charles C. Young, '02) 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Emporia 

(Kan.) H. S. Formerly of Belen, Tex. Address, 

Kerman, Calif.t 



My 25, 1904, Merrill, Wis. Children: Norma, b. 
Mr 31, 1905; Dorothy, b. Ap 4, 1909; Verona, b. 
Mr 1, 1913. Address, 636 4th Ave., Wausau, Wis.; 
bus. add., 315"^ 3rd St., do. 



WILLIAM E. ZILISCH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; s. F. W. and Emily 
(Hannemann) Zilisch. Prepared in Juneau (Wis.) 
H. S. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, Hortonville, 
Wis., 1902-05; Wausau, do., 1905—. Med. Ad- 
visory Bd., World War. Married Anna Fehland, 



GEORGE GUIDO ZOEHRLAUT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Attended 
Univ. of Notre Dame before entering Coll. of Med. 
Instr., Gynecol., Coll. of Med., 1906-08. Address, 
652 Roscoe St., Chicago; bus. add., 3179 Broadway, 
do.-t 



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HOWARD CRUTCHER 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. O 14, 1865; s. Samuel Wil- 
liams and Virginia Crutcher. M.D., Chicago 



Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1885. Instr., Surg. 
Coll. of Med., 1902-04. Formerly at 315 E. Jeffer- 
son St., Joliet, 111. Address, Tularosa, N. M. 



CLASS OF 1903 (197 LIVING, 21 DEAD) 



HICKS LOWIS ADAMS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 

Fontanelle (la.) H. S.; Med. Dept., Drake Univ. 

1899-1902. Ph.G., Drake Univ., 1900. Address, 

Washta, la.t 

MAURICE ALTMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, 572 Stowell Ave., Milwaukee; bus. add., 404 
Goldsmith Bldg., do. 

EMIL BERNARD ANDERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 25, 1876; s. August 
and Mathilda Anderson. Prepared in Chicago 
Atheneum. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Med. 
Examiner, Med. Advisory Bd., 73, Chicago, 
World War. Mem., M. E. Church, Englewood 
A. F. A. M., Shrine; A. M. A.; Chicago Med. 
Soc. Married Harriet Radcliffe Going, N 6, 1907, 
Chicago. Children: Robert, b. 1909; Stewart, b. 
1913; Norman, b. 1917. Address, 6621 Harvard 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 300 W. 63rd St., do. 

NORMAN EDGAR ANDERSON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 

H. S. and Mil. Med. Coll. Gen. Med. practice; 

formerly located in Marshfield, Wis. Address, 

Harmony, Minn.f 

SAMUEL MILLIGAN ANDERSON 
M.D.; b. F 11, 1876, Faulon, N. J.; s. S. R. and 
E. S. (Sawyer) Anderson. Ph.B., Coll. of Emporia 
at Emporia, Kan. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; 
Presby. Church. Married Maude McCuUy, Jl 7. 
1903, Eldorado, Kan. Children: Eleanor, b. Ap 
16, 1904; Ernest, b. JI 1, 1906; Esther, b. Jl 31, 
1909; Ruth, b. Jl 20, 1914. Address, 1109 Uni- 
versity Ave., Wichita, Kan.; 6ms. add., 1001 W. 
Douglas Ave., do. 

MARY ELLA ASH 
Physician; M.D.; b. Oneida, 111.; d. J. and 
Elizabeth (Clifford) Ash. B.S., Knox College, 
1893. Nu Sigma Phi. Gen. Med. practice Indian- 
apolis, 1903-20; Oneida, 111., Mr 30, 1920—. Mem., 
Eastern Star. Address Oneida, 111. 

MARY BROOKS BAIRD 
Med. Insp.; M.D.; b. D 1, 1874; d. Alexander 
and Bettie (Ramsey) Baird. Prepared in So. Kan. 
Acad., Eureka, Kan.; State Norm. Sch., Emporia, 
Kan.; Univ. of Chicago. Med. Insp., Pub. Schs., 
Evanston. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 
Evanston Womans Club. Address, 1634 Chicago 
Ave., Evanston, 111. 



FRANK MARION BARKER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; A.M., 1902; b. Jl 7. 
1874, Neb.; s. Thomas Oscar (b. Jl 24, 1839. 
Almond, N. Y.) and Mary Ann (Needham) 
Barker (b. D 21, 1841. Burr Oak, Mich.). Pre- 
pared in H. S. A.B., Univ. of Neb., 1898. Phi 
Gamma; Theta Nu Epsilon. 1st I-t., Cadet 
Corps.; Class Salutatorian; Class V. P. Post- 
grad, word in European Clinics and Colleges, 
1903-05; Travel, 1905-07; Located in 111., 1907-16. 
1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A.. 1917; Capt., do., D 1917; 
Maj., My 1918; Lt. Col., Ap 1919; Asst. Adj., 
M. O. T. C, Ft. Riley, Kan.; Asst. Div. Surg, 
and Active Div. Surg., 8th Div,, A. E. F.; Asst. 
Base Surg., Base Sector, 5, A. E. F.; Active ser- 
vice Je 13, 1917-Ag 1919. Mem., Wayne Co. 
Med. Soc, 1920—; Mich. State Med. Soc; A. 
M. A.; A. F. A. M., Shrine; B. P. O. E.; Med. 
Soc. of Mil. Surgs.; Primrose Club. London. Mar- 
ried Edith S. Birney, N 24, 1908, Washington, 
D. C. Address, 410 University Place, Grosse 
Pointe, Mich.; bus. add., 10th Floor, Kresge 
Bldg., Detroit. 

CHARLES EDWIN BARNES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute, Chicago. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly located in Rock Island, 111. Address, 
1002 S. 36th St., Omaha, Neb.; bus. add.. Rose 
Bldg., do.t 

JACOB LESTER BARNSBACK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 17, 1878, Ed- 
wardsville. 111.; s. Jacob Henry (b. My 15, 1855, 
do.) and Laura Isabelle (Kinder) Barnsback (b. 
F 21, 1856, Troy, 111.). Prepared in Edwardsville 
H. S. and Leclaire Acad. Mem., Local Exemp- 
tion Bd., Chicago, 1918. Mem., Chicago Med. 
Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married 
Virginia Elizabeth Camp, S 28, 1907, Terre Haute, 
Ind. Address, 7247 Luella Ave., Chicago; bus. 
add., 828 East 47th St., do. 

WILLIAM TRUMAN BARNUM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Adrian 
(Mich.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
5843 Winthrop Ave., Chicago.! 

GIOVANNI ALFONSO BARRICELLI 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 23, 1873, Benevento, 
Italy; s. Pietro (b. 1822, do.) and Linia (Cancel- 
lieri) Barricelli (b. 1823, do.). Prepared in Long 
Island Med. Coll., Brooklyn. N. Y. B.S., St. 
Francis Coll.. 1897. Specialist, diseases of .the 
chest. Address. 2203 Cornell Rd., S. E., Clevft- 
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NANCY LEE MARTIN BECHTOL 
M.D.; b. Je 12, 1S72, Monmouth, 111.; d. Joseph 
(b. Ag 15, 1813, Balabay. County Alonaghan, 
Ireland') and Jane Wilson (Lee) Martin (b. O 30, 
1S30, Cadii, O.). Prepared in Houghton Sem., 
Clinton, N. Y.; Wellesley Coll., 1895-96. A. E. 
I. Located in Madison, Wis., 1904-06; Marion, 
Ind.. 1906-19; Long Beach, Calif., 1919—. Mar- 
ried Charles O. Bechtol, Ja 14, 1902 (died Ap 21, 
1918). Child, Charles O.. Jr., b. Ag 23. 1911. 
Address, 750 Elm Ave.. Lone Beach. Calif. 

FRANKLIN PIERCE BECK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 30, 1870, Kansas, 
HI.; s. J. U. and Ceny (Henry) Beck. Prepared 
in Brocton H. S. Honor Roll at Graduation, Coll. 
of Med. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. ISIcm., 
A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Coles Co. Med. 
Soc.; Aesculapian Soc. of Wabash Valley; A. F. 
A. M.. 32°. Married Viola Bandy, F 4, 1894. 
III. Address, Oakland. 111. 

VIOLA BANDY BECK 
(W'ife of Franklin Pierce Beck, '03) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 7, 1875, Brocton. 111.; 
d. M. O. and Lucy (Lay) Bandy. Prepared in 
Brocton H. S. Honor Roll at Graduation from 
CoU. of Med. Mem., 111. State Med. Soc; Coles 
Co. Med. Soc; Aesculapian Soc of Wabash Val- 
ley. Married Frank P. Beck, F 4, 1894. 111. 
Address. Oakland, 111. 

ORVILLE EVERETT BEEBE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 13, 1876, Kanka- 
kee, 111.: s. Almon M. (b. do.) and Louisa J. (Hay- 
worth) Beebe (b. Vermillion Co.. Ind.). Prepared 
Kankakee. Phi Rho Sigma. Located in Ever- 
son. Wash. ; Bellingham. do. Married Edna Wright 
1905. Bellingham. Address, Bellingham. Wash. 

EDITH STOCKTON BIRNEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. M.D.. Hahne- 
mann Med. Coll., 1902. At one time located at 
1516 22nd St., Washington. D. C.{ 

VARILLAS CLENTHAS BIRNEY, Jr. 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. J880. State Univ. 
of la.. Coll. of Med., 1899-1901. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice; formerly located in Green. la. Commissioned 
in M. C, Nat, Guard. Address, 292 E. 35th St., 
Portland, Ore.; bus. add., 1103H Hawthorne Ave., 
do-t 

GEORGE FRANKLIN BLOUGH 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 

La Grange H. S. Formerly of Mongo, Ind.; Gen. 

Med. practice. Camp Grove, 111. Mem.. A. M. 

A. Address, Odell. Ill.t 

CHARLES NORMAN BOTTUM 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 15. 1877. Westfield, Pa.; 
8. Arthur L. (b. 1847. Nelson. Pa.) and Lettie 
(Webber; Bottum (b. 1849. Tioga Co.. Pa). Pre- 
pared in Westfield (Pa.) H. S.; Rush Med. Coll., 
1900-02. B.S.. Syracuse Univ., 1900. Located in 
Marquette, Mich., 1903-06; Birch, Mich., 1906-10; 
Marquette. Mich.. 1910 — . Mem.. A. M. A.; 
Mich. State Med. Soc; Marquette Co. Med. Soc 
Married 1909. Marquette Mich. Address Mar- 
quette. Mich. 

ALICE BARLOW BROWN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D ; b. 1869. M.D. Hahne- 
mann Med. Coll 1896. Instr. Pediatrics Coll. 
of Med. 1904-06. Engaged in Relief and Wel- 
fare Work in S. Europe during World War. Mem. 
A. M. A. Address. Winnetka. Ill.t 

THOMAS ALBERT BRYAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 9. 1878, Brookfield, 
Mo ; s. Cynthia (Farmer) Bryan. Prepared in 
Greencastle (Ind.) H. S.; De Pauw Univ. Phi 
Delta Theta; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega 
Alpha. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Gen. 



Hosp. 28. Ft. Sheridan; Base Hosp.. Camp Tavlor. 
Louisville. Ky.. World War. Mem.. A. F. A. M.. 
Consistory. Shrine. Married Vivian Hadley. 
Child. Jean, b. Mr 31. 1910. Bus. add.. 213 S. 
17th St., Mattoon. 111. 

THOMAS AMBROSE BUCHANAN 
Physician; M.D,; b. O 17, 1876, Tonganoxie 
Kan.; s. Thomas (b. My 10, 1836, Scotland) and 
Margaret (Cogan) Buchanan, (b. Je 15,1847, Cin- 
cinnati). Prepared in State Norm., Emporia, Kan. 
Univ. Med. Coll., Kansas City, Mo., 1898-99. Phi 
Beta Pi. Phys.. Oklahoma City, Okla.; now 
Physician to State Indus. Comn. of State of Okla. 
Married Winifred Brown, Ja 3, 1905, Virginia, 
III. Address, 426 W. 10th St., Oklahoma City, 
Okla.; bus. add., 217 Liberty Nat. Bank Bldg., do. 

*EDWIN BURCHETT 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in Moulton 
la.) H. S.; Keokuk Med. Coll., 1899-1901. Gen. 
Med. practice, Seymour. la. Mem., A. M. A. 
Died Ap 1917. 

CHARLES OLIVER BURGESS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Attended 
Barnes Med. Coll. Gen. Surg, practice; formerly 
of Fisher. 111. Address, 220 E. Broadway, Mon- 
mouth. 111.; bus. add.. 218 E. Broadway, do.t 

EDWIN JAY BUTTERFIELD 

Physician; M D.; b. Je 27, 1879, Crocker, la.; 
s. O. W. and Cora A. (Bates) Butterfield. Pre- 
pared in Highland Park Coll. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Vol. Med. Serv. Corps, U. S. A. Mem., 
Christian Church; A. F. A. M., 32% Shrine; 
A. M. A.; la. State Med. Soc; Dallas and Guthrie 
Co. Societies. Married Bertha Blanche Temple, 
Mr 23. 1904, Dallas Center, la. Children: Gladys 
J., b. Ag 9, 1905; Elwyn Temple, b. Ja 5, 1910. 
Address, Dallas Center, la. 

JESSE DREW CARPENTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Attended 
Harvey Med. Coll., 2 yrs., 1899-1901. Address, 
2060 Flournoy St.. Chicago.^ 

♦WILLIAM FRANCIS CASAVAW 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Sac City (la.) H. S.; Univ. of Mich., 1 vr. Died 
O 23, 1906, at his home in Overly, N. Dak. 

FRANK H. CLARK 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 6. 1877 Gentry Co.. Mo.; 
s. William H. (b. Ja 21, 1835, N. Y.) and Mary M. 
(Holbrook) Clark (b. S 30, 1838, do.). Prepared 
in Amity Coll., Coll. Springs, la.; Central Med. 
Coll., St. Joseph, Mo., 1897-1900. Phys.. Sham- 
baugh. la., 1903-10; do., Clarinda, la., 1910—. 
Mem., Page Co. Med. Soc; la. State Med. Soc; 
A. M.A.;S. W. la. Med. Soc; Mid-West Proctolog. 
Soc. Married D 25, 1901. Clarinda. la. Child, 
Alice M., b. Mr 9. 1904. Address, Clarinda, la. 

♦HENRY PAYNE CLARKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Med. Dept., 
Vanderbilt Univ., 1898-1900. Formerly of In- 
dianapolis. Killed in Mexico City, My 27. 1911. 

WILLIAM ROSS CLAYBAUGH 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 26. 1875, Henderson Co., 
111.; s. H. and M. C. (McDill) Claybaugh. Pre- 
pared in Highland Park Coll. of Pharm. Formerly 
located in Rolette, N. Dak. Married Ada C. 
Carson, S 17, 1912, Rugby. N. Dak. Child, 
Imogen G., b. N 13, 1913. Address, Grenora, N. 
Dak. 

CHARLES WILLIAM CLEVELAND 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 

Lewis Institute; Rusti Med. Coll., 3 yrs. Gen. 

Med. practice; formerly located in Milwaukee. 

Address, Tomahawk. Wis.J 



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SYLVAN GABRIEL COHEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 17, 1876, Chicago; s. 
Emanuel and Charlotte (Weinberg) Cohen. Pre- 
pared in North Div. H. S., Chicago. Mem., A. 
F. A. M. Address, 4024 Sheridan Rd., Chicago; 
bus. add., 25 E. Washington, do. 

METTA VIOLA JONES COLLINS 
Phys.; M.D.; b. Ag 25, 1865, El Dara, 111.; d. 
William and Mary Jane (Purcell) Jones. Mem., 
Meth. Church; Eastern Star; Rebekah; A. M. A.; 
111. State Med. Soc; Pike Co. Med. Soc. Married 
C. W. Collins, 1885 (died Mr 6, 1920). Children: 
Charles Truman, b. 1888; Mary Geneva, b. 1890 
(dead); Clifford, b. 1893; Katherine Vee, b. 1897. 
Address, Barry, 111. 

BERNARD MONTROSE CONLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Boone (la.) H. S.; State Univ. of la. Coll. of Med., 
1 yr. Instr., Neurol., Coll. of Med., 1906-10. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; entered the service at Ft. 
Benjamin Harrison; attended Cornell Sch. of 
Roentgenol.; Roentgenologist, Walter Reed Gen. 
Hosp.; Camp Green, N. C.; Newport News, Va.; 
do.. Base Hosp., 54, Mesves, France; Roentgenol. 
Chief, X-Rav Serv., Gen. Hosp., 36, Detroit; 
Chief, X-Ray Serv., Ft. Riley, Kan.; do.. Gen. 
Hosp., 28, Ft. Sheridan, 111. Address, Wilmette, 
Ill.t 

JOHN HARVEY COPENHAVER 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 26. 1876, Salem, 111.; s. 
James Harvey and Sophronia (Brownfield) Copen- 
haver. Prepared in Valparaiso Univ. Home 
Serv., World War. Mem., M. E. Church; A. F. 
A. M.; I. O. O. F.; K. P.; A. M. A.; 111. St. Med. 
Soc; McLean Co. Med. Soc. Married Margaret 
Ritchie, Ag 23, 1905, Bellflower, 111. Children: 
Janet Marv, b. D 11, 1906; Helen Belle, b. Ap 25, 
1908; Robert Harvey, b. Ja 8, 1910; Margaret 
Nadyne, b. Jl 24, 1916; Dorothy Elizabeth, b. 
F 21, 1918. Address. Bellflower, 111. 

ELI RICH CREW 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 13, 1875, O.; s. Josiah W. 
and Rachel (Rich) Crew. Prepared in Waynes- 
ville H. S. B.E., Nat. Norm. Univ., 1890. Gen. 
Med. practice, 9 yrs.; Supt., Miami Valley Hosp., 
1912 — . Married Norabell Blair, 1901, Lebanon, 
O. Children: Dorothy, b. 1903; Robert, b. 1912. 
Address, Miami Valley Hosp., Dayton, O. 

HARRY THOMSON CUMMINGS 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 11, 1879, Chicago; s. 
Andrew and Sara (Shiler) Cummings. Phi Rho 
Sigma. Married Laura M. Dowling, F 22, 1906. 
Child, Helen, b. JI 7, 1911. Address, 7423 Ben- 
nett Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 3033 Indiana Ave., 



ROBERT GRIFFIN DAKIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 26, 1877, Mag- 
nolia, 111.; s. Henry (b. N 9, 1850, Warren Co., O.) 
and Mary Eleanor (Grifiin) Dakin (b. N 26, 1850, 
Uniontown, Pa). Prepared in Rice Collegiate 
Institute, Paxton, 111. Phi Beta Pi. Located in 
Magnolia, 111., 1903-10; Waterloo, la., 1910-14; 
Sandwich, 111., S 1, 1914 — ; Instr., Materia Med., 
Aurora Hosp. Tr. Sch. for Nurses, Aurora, 111. 
1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., O 11, 1918; Capt., M. C, D 
15, 1918. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Am. Clin. Cong." of Surgs.; Assn. Mil. Surgs.; 
DeKalb Co., Med. Soc. Married Ada Fiddock, 
Ja 1903, Chicago. Children: Helen, b. Ja 30, 1905; 
Mary. b. D 5, 1909 (died F 25. 1911). Address, 
Sandwich, 111. 

ARTHUR VALENTINE DE NEVEU 

M.D.; b. Ag 28, 1878; s. Gustave and Delia 

(Valentine) de Neveu. Prepared in Green Bay 

(Wis.) H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Draft Bd., 

World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E. 



Married Lenora Drews, Ap 18, 1906, Cooperstown. 
Children: Mildred: Elwood; Lucile. Address, 
Wyocena, Wis.; office also at Pardeeville, do. 

*ARIA LOUIS DERDIGER 
M.D.; b. 1866; Asst., Bacteriol., Coll. of Med.; 
Prof., Psychiatry and Ophthalmol., Chicago Coll. 
of Med. and Surg.; Pres. Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose 
and Throat Infirmary. Mem., A. M. A. Died 
N 12, 1913, Chicago. 

MICHAEL AMBROSE DESMOND 
Surgeon; M.D.; b, Ja 15, 1882, Rushford, Minn.; 
s. M.J. and Catherine (Wimsey) Desmond. Pre- 
pared in Rushford (Minn.) H. S. Surg., River- 
view Hosp., Raymond, Wash. M. C, U. S. A., 
18 mos. Orthopedics. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°, 
Shrine; B. P. O. E.; Five Med. Societies. Married 
Harriet Fuller, Je 26, 1907. Moorhead, Minn. Ad- 
dress, 1231 Duryea St., Raymond, Wash.; bus. 
add., Riverview Hosp., do. 

DAVID CHILLINGWORTH DODDS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 19, 1869, Tran- 
quility, O.; s. Joseph Clark (b. D 16, 1837, Butler 
Co., Pa.) and Elizabeth (McMuray) Dodds (b. 
O 17, 1837, Allegheny Co., do.). Prepared in Clay 
Center (Kan.) H. S.; Kan. State Agr. Coll., Man- 
hattan, Kan., 1896-97. B.S., Salina Norm. Univ., 
Salina, Kan., 1898. Located in Dunbar, Neb., 
1903-04; Summerfield, Kan., 1905-18; Albuquerque, 
N. M., 1919—. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., S 1918- 
D 1918; served at Base Hosp., Jefferson Barracks, 
Mo. Mem., Presby. Church. Married Hilda C. 
Wolking. Ap 30. 1913, Albuquerque, N. M. Ad- 
dress, 718 N. Y. Ave., Albuquerque, N. M. 

LUCIUS BOARDMAN DONKLE 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in Madison 
(Wis.) H. S. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. 
A. Address, 5135 Ingleside Ave., Chicago; bus. 
add., 1558 Wabash Ave., do.t 

FREDERICK RHINHART DORN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Water%'ille 
(Wis.) H. S. No. Ind. Norm. Sch. Gen. Med. 
practice. Address, Echo, Ore.f 

CLARENCE HAYES DOTY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Union (la.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice, Albion, 
la. Commissioned in M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 
Center Point, la.t 

CLARA DUNN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 

Platteville State Norm. Sch.. Wis. Gen. Med. 

practice. Address, Jackson Co. Bank Bldg., Med- 

ford, Ore.t 

♦MATTHEW WILLIAM DVORAK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Attended 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs.. Milwaukee. 3 yrs. For- 
merly located at 425 Main St., La Crosse, Wis. 
Mem., Wis. State Med. Soc:; La Crosse Co. Med. 
Soc. (Sec). Died O 19, 1911, St. Francis Hosp., 
La Crosse, Wis. 

IRVING HERBERT EDDY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Attended 
Omaha Med. Coll., 1 yr.. Formerly located in 
Audubon, la.; Specialist in Gynecol, and Obste- 
trics, Chicago; Instr., Gynecol., Coll. of Med., 
1906-14; Asst., Prof., do.. Loyola Univ.; Med. 
Examiner. Standard Life Ins. Co. Mem., Chi- 
cago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; Miss. Valley 
Med. Soc; A. M. A. Address, 844 Fullerton Ave., 
Chicago.! 

CHARLES LLOYD EGBERT 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ag 8. 1878 Bolivar Mo.; 
s. C. J. and Sarah (Gardner) Egbert. Prepared 
in S. W. Baptist Coll. Bolivar Mo., 1898. Surg., 



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C. B. & Q. E. R. Mem., A. F. A. M.. Scottish 
Rite, Shrine; A. M. A.; Neb. State Med. Soc.; 
Adams Co. Med. Soc.; Mo. Valley Med. Soc; 
Christian Church. Married Cora A. Mitchell, Jl 
17, 1901. Morris\-ille, Mo. Child, E. Mae, b. 
My 9, 1904. Address, 116V>i N. Hastings Ave., 
Hastings, Neb. 

♦RICHARD LEONARD ELDREDGE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. ISOO. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute. Gen. Med. practice, Braidwootl, 
111. Mem., A. M. A. Died N 29, 1917, Minooka, 



R.\NSOM LOGAN ESTES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Formerly 
located in Meredosia, 111. Address, Effingham, Ill.t 

♦FRED A. FANYO 
Asst. Prof.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in Wat- 
seka H. S. Intern, Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago, 
1903-04; formerly located in Watseka, 111.; Asst. 
Prof., CUn. Diag.. Coll. of Med. Died Mr 22, 
1904, Cook Co. Hosp.. Chicago. 

LOUIS WALTER FEE 
M.D.; b. Ag 14, 1876. Washington, Pa.; s. 
EUsabeth (Welsh) Fee. B.S., Univ. of la., 1899. 
Formerly located in Bristol, Colo. Mem.. M. E. 
Church. Married Amy Avery, Je 10, 1905, Boul- 
der. Colo. Children: Elizabeth, b. My 20, 1907i 
George, b. Jl 30, 1913. Address, Wiley, Colo. 

EMIL OTTO FICKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 23, 1880, Daven- 
port, la.; s. Henry and Louise Ficke. Capt., M. 
C, 357th Inf.. 90th Div.; active Serv., St. Mihiel 
and Verdun Fronts. Mem., A. F. A. M.; K. P. 
Married Lillie Heede, 1909, Davenport, la. Child, 
George D. Address, Davenport, la. 

OSCAR GUSTAV FISCHER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 24, 1S81, Chicago; 
8. Gustave and Ottilie (Kassowitz) Fischer. Pre- 
pared in West Di\-ision H. S. Attending Obste- 
trician, St. Anthonys Hosp., Chicago; Instr., 
Bacterid.. Coll. of Med., 1910-14. Mem., A. F. 
A. M. Married Charlotte Louise Ferguson, Ap 
24, 1916. Child, Oscar G., Jr.. b. S 23, 1919. 
Address. 4240 Jackson Blvd.. Chicago; bus. add.. 
802 Roosevelt Rd., do. 

FRANK CRIST FISHER 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 23, 1868, Wihnington, 
111.; s. John C. (b. F 15, 1834, Rochester, N. Y.) 
and Anna (Fard) Fisher (b. My 30, 1841, Fermoy 
Ire.). Prepared in Wilmington H. S. Class treas., 
1902-03. Phys. Joliet. 111.. 1903-07; do.. Bloom- 
ington 1907 — . Married Cora Fisher. Je 27, 1894, 
Bloomington. Children: Dorothy E., b. Ap 17, 
1897 (died Mr 19. 1919); Edwin H„ b. Mr 4, 1909. 
Address, 608 E. Jefferson St., Bloomington, 111.; 
bus. add., 410-11 Griesheim BIdg., do. 

CLARA FOGLE (PALMER) 
(Sister of Aaron '04 D.D.S.; wife of Thomas J. 
Palmer '05) 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 1 1873; d. Leander (b. 
Ap 10 18.38, Ger.) and .Sarah (Hirsch) Palmer 
(b. Ap 25, 1838, do.). Prepared in Fayette Co. 
111. and Keokuk la. 1899-1902. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice in Mc.\lester Okla. Mem., Pittsburg Co. 
Med. Soc; Okla. State Med. Soc; Eastern Star. 
Married Thomas Jefferson Palmer ('05) S 8, 1903 
Chicago (died O 28, 1918 with A. E. F. in France). 
Child, Clara Frances, b. F 13, 1908. Address, 
North McAlester, Okla. 

HARA-EY JAMES FORBES 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 18, 1880 Chickasaw 
la.; 8. John C. (b. 18.59, do.) and Lena B. (Bartsch) 
Forbes-^b. 1862, Wis.). Prepared in New Hamp- 
ton, la. Alpha Kappa Kappa. M. C, U. S. A , 
1918-19. Married Lucile E. Philpot, D 25, 1907. 



Child, Marcia Florence, b. D 10, 1910. Address, 
136;) N. Lake Ave., Pasadena, Calif.: bus. add.. 
509 Citizen's Bank Bldg., do. 

WILLIAM PATRICK FORKIN 
Phys and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Attended 
Rush Med. Coll., 1898-99; Milwaukee Coll. of 
Phys. and Surgs., 1899-1900. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly of Winnetka, 111; later at Chilton, Wis. 
Commissioned in M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 
Traverse City State Hosp., Traverse City, Mich.t 

LLOYD BARTMESS FOSTER 
M.D.; b. My 13, 1875; s. W. L. and Sarah A. 
(Shearer) Foster. Prepared in Nilos (Mich.) H. 
S. Vol. Med. Serv. Corps. Mem., Baptist 
Church; A. F. A. M., 32°. Married Mary Ellen 
Gallaway, O 13, 1907. Child, Lloyd G., b. N 3, 
1908. Address, Walters, Okla. 

LOUIS HENRY FRECHTLING 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 6, 1880, Hamilton, O. ; 
s. John A. (b. D 12, 1852) and Wilhelmine (Schrei- 
ber) Frechtling (b. Ja 31, 1869, Hamilton, O.). 
Prepared in Hamilton (O). H. S. Nu Sigma Nu; 
Alpha Omega Alpha; Class Historian. Intern, 
St. Elizabeths Hosp., Chicago. 1903-4; House 
Phys., St. Annes Sanitarium, do., 1904; Gen. Med. 
practice, Hamilton, O., 1905-19; Dir., Dept. In- 
dustrial Relations. The Champion Coated Paper 
Co., do., 1919 — . Med. Examiner Hamilton City 
Draft Bd., Commissioned 1st Lt. but not called 
to active serv. Mem., A. M. A.; Ohio State 
Med. Soc; Butler Co. Med. Soc; Union Dist. 
Med. Soc; Am. Coll. of Surg.; Am. Assn. of Indus- 
trial Phys.; Industrial Relations Assn. of Am.; 
Unity and Round Table Clubs of Hamilton, O.; 
Trustee, Hamilton Y. M. C. A., 1907 — ; Bd. of 
Education, Hamilton City Sch. Dist., 1915-16; 
Hamilton City Planning Comn., 1919 — . Married 
Elsie Cebernick, S 18, 1912, Hamilton, O. Chil- 
dren: Louis E., b. Je 19, 1913; Jean Rose, b. Mr 
26, 1916. Address, 129 N. 2nd St., Hamilton, O. 

EDWARD JOHN FUCIK 
Physician; M.D.; b. Chicago; s. John and Mary 
(Schimek) Fucik. Prepared in Lewis Inst. Gen. 
Med. practice. Mem., A. F. A. M.; M. W. A. 
Married May Elezabeth Tompkins, Je 9, 1904. 
Address, Williams Bay, Wis. 

EDWARD WILLIAM GAGE 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Hamline Univ., 1899-1902. Formerly of New 
Ulm, Minn. Address. Zions, Minn.f 

GEORGE ALBERT GARDNER 
Phy.sician; M.D.; b. Mr 16, 1868; s. Samuel S. 
(b. 1825, Syracuse, N. Y.) and Almira H. Gardner 
(b. 1833, do.). Prepared in H. S. Phi Beta Pi. 
Grad. work, Vienna and Berlin, 1903-05. Instr., 
Med., Coll. of Med., 1904-10. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Chicago, 1903-17; Pasadena, Calif., 1917—. 
Tuberculosis Examiner, U. S. Army, 1917; Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., 1918. Mem., Presby. Church; 
Los Angeles City Club; Nat. Tuberculosis Assn.; 
Chicago Med. Soc; Los Angeles Med. Soc; A. 
M. A. Married Ag 14, 1907, Chicago. Children: 
Austin Thayer, b. O 12, 1909; Ruth, b. Ag 22, 
1911. Address, 550 S. Marengo Ave., Pasadena, 
Calif.; bus. add., 800 Investment Bldg., Los 
Angeles, and 618 Citizens' Savings Bank Bldg., 
Pasadena, Calif. 

♦LOUIS HENRY GEIGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Paxton H. S. Located in Oilman, III., 1918. 
Mem., 111. State Med. Soc Died O 9, 1920, St. 
Lukes Hosp., Chicago. 

EZRA EDWARD GEI8EL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Rush Med. 
Coll., 2 yrs. Formerly of Lowell, Ind; retired 
from practice. Address, Crown Point, Ind.t 



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ADOLPH THOMAS GILHUS 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; M.D.; b, Mr 14, 1879. 
Cardiff, Wales; s. John Bernard and Sophie 
(Gunnes) Gilbus. Prepared in Kristiania Kathe- 
dralskole, 1894. Capt., M. R. C, Jl 1917; Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., Jl 1, 1920; in command of Evacua- 
tion Hosp., 57, at discharge. Spanish-Am. War; 
Armv Cuban Occupation; U. S. Navy, World War. 
Mem., B. P. O. E.; Pensacola Lodge 497; A. F. 
A. M., Diamond City Mont.; Consistory, Blooms- 
burg, Pa.; Shrine, Reading, Pa. Married Mildred 
Neace, 1909, Miles City, Mont. Child, Dorothy 
Elizabeth, b. S 10, 1910. Address, c-o Adjutant 
Gen., U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 

HARRY ENOCH GOLDBERGER 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1890; b. 1869, Chicago. 
Apprenticed to Kadlec, Annbrecht & Thayer, 
Cnicago, 1886-89; employed as Pharm., at 264 
Leavitt St., Chicago; Phys. at 868 50th St. and 
309 E. 47th St., do.; later Specialist in Otol., Rhinol, 
and Laryngol., 1542 W. 47th Chicago; at one time 
located in Hilliard, Fla. Mem., A.M. A. Address 
846 W. 55th St., Chicago; bus. add., 4658 S. Ash- 
land Ave., do.t 

JULIAN J. GOLEMBIOWSKI 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 6, 1876; s. Jerry 
and Josephine Golembiowski. Gen. Med. and 
Surg, practice. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A.; in charge 
of Genito-Urinary Dept., Bn. 15, Detention Camp, 
Camp Greenleaf, Ga., Mr-D, 1918. Mem., A. 
M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc. 
Married Bessie Franz, 1915, Chicago. Address, 
1000 N. Robey St., Chicago; bus. add., 700 N. 
Ashland Ave., do. 

FREDERICK LANTZ GOURLEY 
M.D.; b. N 13, 1878; s. John M. and Mary 
(Lantz) Gourley. Prepared in Rice Institute, and 
Wabash Coll. Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma. 
House Surg., Coll. of Med., 1902-03. Capt., M. 
C, U. S. A., Surg., Evacuation Hosp. 41 and Base 
Hosp. 14, World War. Mem., A. F. A. M,; B. 
P. O. E.; Shrine; Rotary Club. Married Margaret 
Maclnnis, N 23, 1904, Duluth, Minn. Children: 
Frederick, b. 1906; Margaret, b. 1907. Address, 
425 Hickory St., Waukegan, 111.; bus. add., 214 
Washington St., do. 

WALTER WOOD GREAVES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 23, 1875; s. James 
A. and Sarah (Wood) Greaves. Prepared in 
Marengo H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Mem., 
A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E. Married Clara Cavell. 
Address, 660 Bucklin St., La Salle, 111.; bus. add., 
152 Marquette St., do. ^ 

ANNA MARTHA HAEUSLER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 2, 1873, Ger.;d. Charles 
and Pauline (Laewe) Haeusler. Address, 3510 W. 
Chicago Ave., Chicago. 

OLIE ELLEND HAGEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 6, 1871, Norway; s 
Ellend Hauge and Johanna (Kvam) Hagen. Pre 
pared in Academic courses, Norway. Mem. 
Watonwan Co. Med. Soc. (Advisory Bd.); Minn 
State Med. Assn.; A. M. A.; Lutheran Church 
Auth.: Articles in Minn. State Med. Jour. Mar- 
ried Nina Hillestad, F 10, 1904, Chicago. Address 
Butterfield, Minn. 

CHARLTON EDWARD HAGYARD 
Specialist; M.D.; b. Ap 13, 1879; s. George T. 
and Mary (McKenzie) Hagyard. Alpha Omega 
Alpha; A. K. K. Phys. and Surg., practice 
limited to Gastro-enterology and Abdominal Surg., 
Surg., Seattle. Mem., Inglewood Country Club. 
Married May Rowland, 1911. Children: Sylvia, 
b. Mr 17, 1912; Gloria, b. 1913; Annabel, b. 1915; 
Barbara, b. 1917; Charlton Rowland, b. 1918. 
Address, 2048-23rd Ave., N. Seattle; bus. add., 
407 Lumber Exchange, do. 



MILTON WESTON HALL 
Army Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 18, 1878, Mont- 
clair, N. J.; s. Ernest Robert (b: Ap 19, 1853, 
London, Eng.) and Jennie Helen (Weston) Hall 
(b. O 13, 1853, N. Y. City). Prepared in Evans- 
ton H. S. S.B., Mass. Institute of Technology, 
1900. Delta Kappa Epsilon. V. P., Fresh, class; 
Relay Team (Capt.); Track Team. Intern, Cook 
Co. Hosp., 1903-04; Res. Pathol., do.. 1904-05; 
Pathol., Chicago Lab., 1906; do., Murray Hosp., 
Butte, Mont., 1909; Gen. Med. practice, Red- 
lodge, Mont.; Ronan, do., Mondovi, Wis., 1909-17. 
Capt., M. R. C, U. S. A., N 14. 1917-Ag 3, 1918; 
Maj., do., Ag 3, 1918 — . Auth.: Several articles 
on Pathology, Bacteriology and Preventive Medi- 
cine. Mem., A. M. A.; Assn. Mil. Surg. Married 
Ruth Aurora Blanchard. Je 12, 1905, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. (died Mr 28, 1913); Florence Julia Paterson, 
Je 10, 1916, Chicago. Child, Robert Paterson, 
b. Mr 29, 1917. Address, Dept. Lab., Ft. Sam 
Houston, Tex. 

CALVIN WILLOUGHBY HARRISON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 15, 1873; s. Mary 
Francis (Conaway) Harrison. B.S., Riverside 
Sem., Vanceburg, Ky. Mem., Fourth Presby. 
Church. Address, 817 N. Dearborn St., Chicago; 
bus. add., 800 N. Clark St. 

WILLIAM EDWARD HART 

Physician; M.D.; b. F 26, 1870; s. John (b. 
1835, Ireland) and Mary (Moran) Hart (b. Ap 
24, 1847. do.). Prepared in Dunlap (la.) H. S.; 
Creighton Med. Coll. 1899-1900. Gen. Med. 
practice, Lanesboro, la., 1903 — . Mem., Carroll 
Co. Med. Soc; la. State Med. Soc. Married 
Olive B. Hinkley, F 18, 1908, Carroll, la. Chil- 
dren: Frances B., b. Ja 24, 1909; John Edward, 
b. F 18, 1913; William Elmo, b. F 13, 1915. Ad- 
dress, Lanesboro, la. 

JOHN EDDY HASKELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 11, 1875, Miehigantown, 
Ind.; s. Oliver Crane and Clarinda (Jenks) Has- 
kell. A.B., DePauw Univ., 1897. Delta Tau 
Delta; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha. 
Instr., Materia Med., Coll. of Med., 1904-05. 
Married Estelle Baldwin, Je 14, 1904, Marion, 
Ind. Address, 558 East 51st St., Chicago; bus. 
add., 25 E. Washington St., do. 

GEORGE MERRILL HAWKINS 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 16, 1880; s. James Oscar 
and Irene (Heely) Hawkins. Prepared in Mil- 
ledgeville H. S. Mem., Patrons of Husbandry. 
Auth.: The Basis of Human Health; (in prepara- 
tion) The First Law of Life; Human Architecture. 
Married Mabel Rae Copeland, My 23, 1908. 
Child, Isabel Abigail, b. S 20, 1915. Address, 
Edgewood, Wash.; bics. add., 321 Walker Bldg., 
Seattle. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM HELZ 
M.D.; b. Mr 8. 1879. Fond du Lac Co., Wis.; 
s. Joseph and Anna (Flatz) Helz. Prepared in 
Fond du Lac (Wis.) H. S. Married Florence 
Raidy, My 26, 1908. Children: Ruth, b. F 23,1909; 
Joseph, b. Jl 6, 1905; Virginia, b. O 19, 1917. 
Address, 34 N. Main St., Fond du Lac, Wis. 

MEDA HESS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. Attended 

Univ. of Mich., Med. Sch., 3 yrs. W. H. Schofield 

Scholarship from Woman Bd. of Missions, Presby. 

Coll., Alma, Mich. Address, Marash, Turkey.}: 

HENRY AUGUSTINE HEWINS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 1. 1877; s. John and 
Rosa (McQuiston) Hewins. Prepared in Rankin, 
111.. 1895. Gen. Med. practice, Radersburg and 
Toston. Mont. Mem., Masonic Club. Married 
Carolyn Holmgren, O 3, 1906. Chicago. Child, 
John, b. Ag 12. 1907. Address, Toston. Mont 



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JOSEPH MICHAEL HILGER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 

Maseppa (Minn.) H. S. Address, lona, Minn.t 

EDWARD MARCELLUS HOLMES 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 

St. Plus Scb., Cliicago and Inst, of Technology, 

do. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 3726 Ogden Ave., 

Chicago. t 

PHILLIP HENRY HOLMES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in 
111. Wesleyan Univ. Gen. Med. practice; for- 
merlv of Bloomington, 111. Instr., Med., Coll. of 
Med!, 1904-U). Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. 
Soc; III. State Med. Soc. Address, 342 W. 6oth 
St., Chicago; bus. add., 344 VV. 65th St., (/o.f 

JACOB JESSE HOOD 
Physician: M.D.; b. F 11, 1870; s. Joseph M. 
and >Iary A. (Seiders) Hood. Local Exemption 
Bd., World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F. 
Married Addie C. Clark, Ag 8, 1901. Address, 
5222 W. 24th St., Cicero. 111.; bus. add., 5147 W. 
2oth St., do. 

LUDWIG F. HOOGE 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 11, 1SG4, Denmark; s. 
Frederick and Anne Hooge. Prepared in Hind- 
holm H. S., Denmark. Mem., Local Exemption 
Bd., 21, World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. 
O. F. Address, 743 E. 75th St., Chicago. 

BLANCHE ELIZABETH CONVERSE 
HOPKINS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Univ. of Kan., 
Sch. of Med., 2 yrs.; Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 
Kansa.s City, 1 >t. Formerly of Chapman, Kan.; 
later at 217 W. Chestnut St., Independence, Kan. 
Address, Grand^iew Heights, O.f 

ARCHIE SOLOMON HORN 
Ophthalmologist; M.D.; b. Ag 23, 1880; s. Ella 
(Ford) Horn. Postgrad, work in New York, 1920. 
Army Serv., 2 yrs.; A. E. F., 1 yr. Mem., A. M. 
A.; A. F. A. M. Married Lila May Glenn. Ad- 
dress, Tampico, 111. 

EMILIAN OTTO HOUDA 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 28, 1879, Chicago; s. 
Joseph and Barbara (Cihak) Houda. Prepared 
in Medill H. S.; Special Work, Univ. of Vienna. 
Gen. Med. practice. Autb.: Articles appearing 
in Jours, of Northwest. Med. Soc. and A, M. A. 
Mem.. Epis. Church; A. F. A. M., 32°; B. P. O. 
E.; A. M. A.; State Med. Soc; Co. Med. Soc. 
Married Frances Kathleen McNeill, D 12, 1906, 
Prosser, Wash. Child, Amy Barbara, b. Ja 24, 
1911. Address, 81 West Road, Prospect Hill, 
Tacoma, Wash.; bus. add.. 403-6 Jones Bldg., do. 

GEORGE HERBERT HOWARD 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 24, 1870, West Salem, 
Wis.; 8. Edd. C and Anna (Fay) Howard. Pre- 
pared in Onalaska (Wis.) H. S. Married Addie 
Dowty. S 26, 1900, Boyce, La. Ad^lress, 30 N. 
Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

LYSTON DREWETTE HOWE Jh. 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 24, 1880, Streator, 111.; 
8. L. D. (b. Ag 11. 1850, Waukegan, 111.) and 
Marion Wylie (Stewart) Howe (b. 18.54, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland). Prepared in Streator H. S. 
Phi Beta Pi; Jr. and .Sr. House Surg.; Football 
Team. Intern, St. Marys of Nazareth Hosp., 
Chicago, 1903-04; Gen. Med. practice. Cherry, 
III.. 1904-09; Streator, do., 1910—; Received Gold 
Medal for heroic conduct in rescuing 26 miners. 
Cherry Mine Disaster, N 13. 1909; Commissioner 
of Health. Streator, 111., 1917-19. Mem., local 
Exemption board, Streator, 111., World War. 
Mem., Streator Med. .Soc; La.Salle Co. Med. .Soc; 



111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Am. Pub. Health 
Assn. Married Je 16, 1915, Chicago. Address, 
710 E. Kent St., Streator, 111.; bus. add., 219 E. 
Main St., do. 

EDWARD WORTHINGTON JACKSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Kankakee H. S.; Univ. of Neb., Coll. of Med., 2 
yrs. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc. Address, 3201 
Washington Blvd., Chicago.t 

HARRY LEONARD JACOBS 
Physician; M.D.; b. New York; s. William and 
Pauline Jacobs. Prepared in McC5ill Univ., Mon- 
treal, Can. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago. Exam- 
ining Bd., World War. Mem., A. F. A. M. Ad- 
dress, 6624 S. Paulina St., Chicago; bus. add., 
6255 S. Ashland Ave., do. 

ERNEST ALBERT JENKINSON 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. D 23. 1871, Can. Mem., 
Am. Coll. of Surgs. Address, 2930 Nebraska St., 
Sioux City, la.; bus. add., Frances Bldg., do. 

HARRIET BELLE JENNINGS (WAGNER) 
Chiropractor; M.D.; b. N 25, 1867, Salem, 111.; 
d. George A. and Lydia A. (Shultz) Jennings. 
Prepared in Ft. Wayne Chiropractic Coll., Ft. 
Wayne, Ind. Chiropractor, 1916 — •. Married J. 
R. Wagner, D 31, 1913. Address, 5922 Monte 
Vista St., Los Angeles; 6ms, add., 328 Mason Bldg., 
do. 

RALPH EMMETTE JENNINGS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Attended 
Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chicago, 1898-99. For- 
merly of Marseilles, 111. Address, 2252 Indiana 
Ave., Chicago. t 

ANTON BYRON JENSEN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1879. Attended Keokuk 
Med. Coll., 2 yrs. Formerly of Chilton, Wis. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, Menasha, Wis.t 

MILTON DANA JEWELL 
M.D.; b. My 28. 1880, Lyndon, III. Prepared 
in Ossian (la.) H. S. B. S. in Sc, Univ. of la., 
1899. Capt., M. C, Ag 27, 1917 to Mr 1919. 
Address, 506 E. Main St., Decorah, la.; bus. add., 
114 Water St., do. 

JULIUS A. JOHNSON 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. N 3, 1877; s. Andrew and 
Carrie (Olson) Johnson. Prepared in Black River 
Falls, (Wis.) H. S. Surg., St. Andrews Hosp., 
Bottineau, N. Dak. Examiner, Local Bd., World 
War. Mem., .Shrine; I. O. O. F. Married Emma 
Babler, O 7, 1903, Black Fiver Falls, Wis. Chil- 
dren: Thelma, b. Ja 4, 1905; Margaret, b. Je 8, 
1909. Address, Bottineau, N. Dak. 

LYFORD McCHESNEY JOHNSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 1. 1880. Annawan, 
111.; s. Norman and Rachel (Moon) Johnson. Ph. 
G., Valparaiso Univ. Army Reserves, World War. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°, Shrine. Married Carrie 
Gless, D 29, 1902. Child, Melba, b. N 19, 1905. 
Address, Arrowsmith, 111. 

NELLIE BERNICE JOHNSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended 
Womans Med. Coll., Chicago, 3 yrs. Formerly of 
Danville, Ill.t 

MARGARET MAY JONES (MONOHAN) 
Lecturer; M.D.; b. F 4, 1876, Ccrro Gordo Co.. 
la.; d. William H. (b. 1843, Bangor, Wales) and 
Elizabeth (Beyer) Jones (b. 1845, Pa.). Prepared 
in common schs. of Worth Co., la. and Mason 
City (la.) H. S. B.S., la. State Coll., 1897. 
Specialized in eye, ear, nose and throat, 1908. 
Phi Kappa Phi; Nu Sigma Phi; Honor student, 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs.. 1903. Lecturer. Per- 



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sonal Hygiene and First Aid, la. State Coll., 
1906-7; Asst. in Dept. of Laryngol., Coll. of Med., 
1909-10; Instr., Clin. Laryngol., and Attending 
Phys. to the Dispensary, do., 1912-14. Lecturer, 
Womans Div., Comm. Training Camp Activities, 
1918-19. Auth.: Value of Glandular Extracts, 
Womans Med. Jour., 1906. Mem., Story Co., la., 
Med. Soc. (Pres., 1907). Married J. J. Monohan, 
1910, Chicago. Children: Infant son, b. 1911 
(d. 1911); Mary Elizabeth, b. 1913. Address, 4539 
Woodlawn Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 31 N. State 
St., do. 

*MARTIN THADDEUS JOYCE 
M.D.; b. N 21, 1876; n. James Joyce. Prepared 
in Waterloo H. S. Mem., CathoUc Church. Mar- 
ried Gertrude Costello, Ag 15, 1902. Children: 
Dorothy, Eleanor, Mildred. Died S 6, 1914, 
Dodge Co., Wis. 

BERNARD GERSON KATZ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 30, 1880, Yankton, 
S. Dak.; s. Harry (b. Schotten, Ger.) and Sarah 
(Billstein) Katz (b. Neenab, Wis.). Prepared in 
Armour Inst., Chicago; N. W, Univ. Dept. of 
Pharm., 1899-1900. Nu Sigma Nu; Honor student 
Univ. of 111., 1903. Intern, St. Josephs Hosp., 
Chicago; Pvt. Asst. to Prof. Carl Beck, Instr., 
Surg. Pathol., Coll. of Med., 1904-06; Phys. and 
Surg., Chicago. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. 
Soc. Married Hilda Straus, 1910, Cincinnati. 
Children: Muriel, b. Je 1, 1912; Marjorie, b. 
My 15, 1915. Address. 4840 Grand Blvd., Chi- 
hus. add., 108 N. State St., do. 

ALBERT THEODORE KAUPP 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. M.D., Jeffer- 
son Med. Coll., 1891. Gen. Med. practice; for- 
merly located in Diller, Neb. Mem., A. M. A. 
Address, Wenatchee, Wash.f 

ZAROOHIE SEROPE KAVALJIAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Holmes Sch., Constantinople; Boston Univ. Sch. 
of Med. Address, Adabazar, Turkey .f 

HARRY THOMAS KENNEY 
Surgeon; M.D. ; b. Mr 28, 1880; s. Mary Kenney. 
Prepared in Cherokee (la.) H. S. State Senator, 
S. Dak., 23rd Dist., 1921. Served in Spanish- 
Am. War; Mex. Border; Lt. Col., Belgian Camp, 
Fr., World War. Mem., S. Dak. State Med. Soc. 
(Pres., 1920-21) ; A. F. A. M.; Shrine, Commandery; 
B. P. O. E. Address, St. Charles Hotel, Pierre, 
S. Dak. 

JOHN HERBERT KINCAID 

Neurologist; M.D.; b. 1870. M.D., Jenner Med. 

Coll., 1901. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 

111. State Med. Soc. Address, 4703. N. Robey 

St., Chicago.t 

ROBERT CRUMP KING 
M.D.; b. O 1, 1877. Instr., Med., Coll. of Med., 
1904-06. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc. 
Address, 3510 63rd St., Chicago. 

ELWOOD ALMON KINGSTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O .30, 1876, Picton, 
Ont.; s. Joseph J. and Anna E. (Reynolds) Kings- 
ton. Prepared in Picton Collegiate Institute. 
B.A., Queens Univ., 1901. Football and Hockey 
teams. Mem., A. F. A. M., Blue Lodge, K. T., 
Shrine. M. R. C, U. S. A., 1917-18. Married 
Lenne M. Burr, O 7, 1903, Belleville, Ontario. 
Child, Marjorie Burr, b. Jl 16, 1906. Address 
1006 Jefferson St., Lockport, 111.; bus. add., 902 
State St., do. 

♦LEWIS EDGAR KLINEFELTER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Attended 

State Univ. of la. Coll. of Homeopathic Med., 

1899-1900. Located in Rockford, la. Mem., A. 

M. A. Died N 26, 1909, Rockford, la. 



♦MAXMILIAN KUZNIK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Gymnasium Sch., Breslau, Ger. M.D., Harvey 
Med. Coll., 1900; do., Jenner Med. Coll., 1902. 
Formerly located at 429 Oak St., Chicago; Adjunct 
Prof., Anat., Coll. of Med., 1902-08; Prof., Clin. 
Diag., Hering Med. Coll., and Chicago Coll. of 
Med. and Surg. Died Ja 4, 1916, at his home in 
Chicago. 

JAMES GARFIELD LAMB 

Phys. and Surg.;M.D.; b. S 6, 1878, Bement, 
111.; s. Robert (b. Mr31, 1845, England) and Sarah 
Emma (Fisher) Lamb (b. 1855, Bement, 111.). 
Prepared in Bement H. S. Gen. Med. practice, 
Fisher, 111., 1904-1913; Cerro Gordo, do., 1913—. 
Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Piatt Co. 
Med. Soc Married Ja 4, 1911, Bement, 111. 
Children: Ruth Eunice, b. O 25, 1911; Roberta 
Harriett, b. O 25, 1915; Dorothy Ellen, b. Jl 1, 
1917; James Leonard, b. D 29, 1918. Address, 
Cerro Gordo, 111. 

DAVID RALPH LANDAU 
Physician; M.D.; Ph. G.,1897; b. O 4, 1875, 
Chicago; s. Samuel and Therese (Bremler) Landau. 
Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Frieda Bremler, 
Je 16, 1919, Louisville, Ky. Child, David Ralph 
Jr., b. Je 13, 1920. Address, 1704 W. Garfield 
Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 4959 S. Ashland, do. 

HENRY WILLIAM LANG 
Phys. and Surg.; b. Jl 14, 1877, Milwaukee. 
s. Henry F. and Mary (Schaefer) Lang. Prepared 
in H. S. and Business Coll. Gen. Med. and Surg, 
practice, Chicago; Mil. Surg., U. S. A. Capt. 
and Maj., M. C, U. S. A., A. E. F., World War. 
Married Cora Petersen, S 9, 1903, Chicago. Child, 
Raymond H., b. S 11, 1909. Address, 2054 Chi- 
cago Ave., Chicago. 

MAYER HARRIS LEBENSOHN 
Eye Specialist; M.D.; b. D 1.5, 1863, Rus.; s. 
Hyman and Miriam (Licht) Lebensohn. Teachers 
Certificate, Rus., 1883; M.D., Hahnemann Med. 
Coll., Chicago, 1895. Asst. and Attending Surg., 
111. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; .\ttenrUng 
Eye Surg., Mt. Sinai Hosp., Chicago. Examining 
Asst. in Eye Draft Bd., World War. Auth.: 
papers on Glaucoma, Trachoma, and Keratitis. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; B'nai B'rith; 
Chicago Ophthalmol. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; 
111. Med. Soc; A. M. A. Address, 3928 Jackson 
Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 7 W. Madison and 800 
Roosevelt Rd., do. 

EDWARD FRANKLIN LEONARD 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 19, 1872, Cincinnati; 
s. Charlotte (Rockenfield) Leonard. Phi Beta Pi; 
Advisory Bd., District 3-A, Chicago, World War. 
Asst. Phys., Jacksonville State Hosp., 1905-13; 
Instr., P.sychiatry, Coll. of Med., 1913-14; do., 
Neurol., do., 191.3-15; Consulting Neurologist, Con- 
vent of Good Shepherd, 1915 — . Auth.: A Few 
Observations on Epilepsy; Report of a Case of 
Juvenile Paresis; An Experience in Pedagogy 
Among the Chronic Insane; Report of a Case of 
Myxedema Allied to the Infectious Exhaustive 
Group; Report of a Case of Paranoia; Arterio 
Sclerosis and its Relation to Mental Disease; A 
Brief Plea for the After-Care of the Insane; Re- 
education as a Factor in the Treatment of Demen- 
tia Praecox; Amaurotic Family Idiocy; Conditions 
which might have been otherwise diagnosed, which 
were syphilitic; Two cases of Myxedema; Syringo 
myelia with Bulbar symptoms. Mem., A. F. A. 
M., Harmony Lodge 3; R. A. M., Jacksonville 
Chap. 3; Hospital Commandery 31; A. M. A.; 
111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; Chicago 
Neurological Soc; Am. Med. Psychol. Assn.; State 
Hosp. Med. Soc; Am. Congress of Int. Med.; 
Am. Coll. of Phys. (Fellow); Tri-State Med. Soc. 
Married Mayme C. Rolf, My 23, 1903, Chicago. 
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WILLIAM ERNEST LONG 
Phys. and Surg., and Drug.; M.D.; b. N 4,1879, 
Roodhouse, 111.: s. Sarah (Scott) Long. Prepared 
in Roodhouse H. S. Gen. Mod. and Surg, prac- 
tice. Pearland, Tex. 1st Lt., U. S. A., World 
War. Married Alice Wilton, O 10, 1912. Address, 
Pearland, Tex. 

HARRY CHARLES McCARTHY 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 24, 1879; s. T. M. and 
Laura (Pierce) McCarthy. Prepared in Richland 
Center, Wis. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ag 25, 1917- 
Mr 17, 1919. Married Delia Roudebush. Ag 1, 
1918, Deming, N. Mex. Address, Richland Cen- 
ter, Wis. 

CHARLES ELIAS McCARTY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1SS2. Prepared in 

Tilford Collegiate Acad., Vinton, la. Formerly 

located in Ancona, Fla. Address, 348 E. Eldorado 

St., Decatur. lU.t 

*MICH.\EL EDWARD McGANN 
M.D.: b. 1875. Mem.. Ex. Bd., St. Josephs 
Hosp., Joliet. Veteran, Spanish-Am. War. Mem., 
111. State Med. Soc. Died My 7, 1913. 

NEIL MDNN McNEILL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 23, 1877, Paisley, 
Ont., Can.; s. Angus and Flora McNeill. Pre- 
pared in Victoria H. S.; Postgrad, work, McGill 
Univ., 1906; Studied in Eng. and Scotland. 1913-14; 
Hosp. and Univ. of Edinburgh. Gen. Med. and 
Surg, practice. Vancouver, B. C, Can. 102nd 
C. E. F., Ag 30, 1915-Je 17, 1917; In front linos, 
9 mos.; with 12th Can. Field Amb., Ypres, Somme 
and Vimy. Mem., Baptist Church; A. F. A. M.; 
I. O. O. F. Married Eva Ray, Ja 19, 1911, Eng, 
Address, McDonald and 45th Ave., Vancouver, 
B. C; bits, add., Vancouver Block, do. 

CLARENCE LLOYD McNETT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 1. 1879, Cary 
Station, 111.; s. Charles Emery (b. 18.55, Carv 
Stauon, 111.) and Clara Helen (Abbott) McNett 
(b. 1857. do.). Prepared in N. W. H. 8.. Chicago. 
Mem., Stephenson (Do. Med. Soc; A. F. A. M. 
Married 1905, Cricago. Child, Lauren Emery, 
b. F 9, 1906. Address, Towanda, 111. 

BURTON WILSON MACK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 15, 1870, Loda, 
111.; s. Thomas W. and Mary E. (Cole) Mack. 
Married Mary K. Vaughn, F 2, 1888, Chicago. 
Child. Jessie C. b. Ap 29. 1890. Address, 4159 
W. North Ave., Chicago. 

W^ILLIAM DUNN MADDEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 15, 1876, Lyons, la.; 
s. Martin D. and Elizabeth (Kelly) Madden. 
Prepared in Lyons (la.) H. S. Phi Beta Pi. 
Gen. Med. practice. Great Falls, Mont. Army 
Serv., World War, D 1917-JI 1919. Married 
Josephine EhrUrh, N 11, 1909. Child, George 
E., b. D 28, 1910. Address, Hampton Apts., 
Great Falls, Mont.; bus. add., 213 Ford Bldg., do. 

BERNARD SYL\'ESTER MALOY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
St. Josephs Coll., Rensselaer, Ind.; Notre Dame, 
2 yrs. Gen. Med. practice, Melbourne, Fla.; 
Chicago. Mem., A. M. A. Addrejss, 3309 Ever- 
green Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 4000 W. North 
-■\ve., do.t 

CHARLES SYLVESTER MELLEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. JS80. Prepared in 
Richland Center (Wis.) H. S. Formerly located 
in Piper City, 111.; later at 1430 Thome Ave., 
Chicago. Address, 210 Greenleaf St., Peoria, 111.; 
bus. add., 415 S. Adams St., (fc.f 



HELEN BOZENA MOLNAR-SASKO 
(Wife of Martin P. Sasko, "12) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 15, 1875, Morova, 
Czecho-SIovakia; s. Karel (b. Mr 27, 1820, Bohe- 
mia, Czecho-Slovakia) and Anna (Sasko) Molnar 
(b. My 8, 1833, Kosariska, Slovakia, do.). Pre- 
pared in Praha, Bohemia. Alpha Epsilon Iota. 
Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, Chicago, 1903 — . 
Located at 561 W. 21st St., Chicago, 1903-Ap 1905; 
1801 W. 47th St., do., Ap 1905-Mr 1908; 1757 
W. 51st St., do., Mr 1908-S 1910; 1849 W. olst 
St., do., S 1910-Ag 1916; 1725 W. Garfield Blvd., 
Ag 1916—. Married Martin P. Sasko, ("12) 
Ja 23, 1905. Children: Helen, b. F 18, 1906 (died 
O 19, 1918); Jaroslov, b. S 6, 1910 (died Mr 26, 
1913); Vladimir, b. Ja 9, 1914; Koeta O., b. S 7, 
1915. Address, 1725 Garfield Ave., Chicago. 

ERNEST SISSON MOORE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 16, 1869, Monee, III.; 
s. John W. and Cordelia R. (Sisson) Moore. Ph. 
B., DePauw Univ., 1892. Phi Delta Theta; Nu 
Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha. Demonstrator, 
Pathol., Coll. of Med., 1904-08; Instr., Clin. Med. 
and Asst. in Clinic, do., 1910-12; do., and Attend- 
ing Phys. to the Dispensary, 1912-14; Assoc, 
Clin. Med. Med., do., 1914-19; Asst. Prof., do., 
1919—. Capt., M. C, U. S." A., Base Hosp., 
Camp Travis, Tex. Mem., A. M. A., 111. St. 
Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; Chicago Soc. In- 
ternal Med. Married Nana B. Boatman, 1896, 
Knoxville, 111. Child, John B., b. Je 11, 1898. 
Address, 2434 Orchard St., Chicago; 6u.s. add., 
25 E. Washington St., do. 

WILL H. MOORE 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 15, 1875, Bay City, 
Mich.; s. W. P. and Rebecca (Harding) Moore. 
Prepared in Bay City (Mich.) H. S. Alpha 
Omega Alpha; Phi Beta Pi. Located in Chicago, 
1903-07; Calif.. 1907-08; N. Dak., 1908—. Capt., 
M, C, U. S. A., World War; Capt., M. O. R. C, 
1921. Married Grace E. Morrell, My 3, 1904, 
Chicago. Children: Donald H.. b. Mr 26, 1905; 
Gordon R., b. S 1, 1906; Colin W., b. Ag 2, 1916. 
Address, 227 Riverside Ave., Valley City, N. Dak.; 
bus. add.. Pray Block, do. 

CHARLES McRAE MORGAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Attended 
Tulane Univ., Sch. of Med., 1893-94. A. B., 
South Western Presby. Univ., 1893. Formerly 
located in Camden, Ark. Hosp. Rehef work in 
Belgium, 1920. Address, Wilmar, Ark.t 

CARLETON SPENCER MYERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 14, 1879, Attica, 
O.; s. James Carleton (b. 1836) and Mary Jane 
(Spencer) Myers (b. Mr 17, 1858). Prepared in 
Englewood H. S., Chicago. Nu Sigma Nu. Gen. 
Med. practice, 71st and Halsted Sts., Chicago, 
(13 yrs.); do., 7349 Union Ave., do. Mem.. A. M. 
A.; Chicago Med. Soc. Married Blanche Stevens, 
O 11, 1904, Chicago. Children: Carleton Spencer, 
b. Mr 10, 1906; Janet Stevens, b. Ap 28, 1911. 
Address, 7349 Union Ave., Chicago. 

EMANUEL FERDINAND NAPIERALSKI 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
West Div. H. S.; Harvey Med. Coll., 3 yrs. Mem., 
A. M. .\.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Polish 
Med. Soc. Address, 2222 Marshall Blvd., Chica- 
go; bus. add., 1658 W. 18th St., do. 

*NIELS NICOLAI JOHN NIELSEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 10, 1878, Racine, 
Wis.; s. Nicolai Nielsen. Gen. Med. and Surg, 
practice, Chicago; Surg., Norwegian-.\m. Hosp., 
do.; Phys. and Surg., Danish Childrens Home, do. 
Med. Examiner, Dist. .34, Chicago, World War. 
Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 111. State Med. 
Soc; Scandinavian Med. Soc. Married Holga 
Poulsen, Je 29, 1906, Marinette, Wis. Children: 
Warren, b. Ap 12, 1910; Carol, b. O 17, 1912. Died 
My 14, 1921, at his home in Chicago. 



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JOHN J. NOWAKOWSKI 

P lys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in St. Igna- 
tius Coll. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., Chicago 
Med. Soc; Chicago Polish Med. Soc. Address, 
2158 W. 19th St., Chicago.t 

MARION MICHAEL NULL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 3, 1871, Blandins- 
ville. 111.; s. WiUiam H. and Orpha (Green) Null. 
Prepared in Ind. Univ., Indianapolis. Alpha 
Omega Alpha. Maj., M. C, U. S. A., Amb. Co. 
No. 11, Field Hosps. 11 and 31, in World War. 
Auth.r Med. Mag. articles. Mem., A. F. A. M. 
Married Nell Bernice Johnson, Je 8, 1903, Chicago. 
Ciiildren: Robert Palmer, b. 1905; Howard Wal- 
lace, b. 1907. Address. 7452 E. Green Lake Blvd., 
Seattle; bus. add., 525 Joshua Green BIdg., do. 

EDWARD JAMES OBERH OLTZER 
Phvsician; M.D.; b. S 4, 1878; s. Olen John 
(b. Ohio, 1846) and Amelia Ann (Smith Ober- 
holtzer (b. 1847, Mich.). Prepared in Williams- 
field H. S.; Knox Coll., Galesburg. Ph.G., Val- 
paraiso Univ., 1899. Married Maude Ethel Knox, 
Je 2, 1910, Williamsport, 111. Child, Annabel, b. 
F 18, 1918. Address, Williamsfield, 111. 

JULIUS C. OSHER 
Specialist; M.D.; b. My 19, 187.5, Wallingford, 
la.; s. George and Mary (Hoode) Osher. D.D.S., 
N. W. Univ. Dental Sch., 1900. Dent, and Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist. Mem., A. F. 
A. M.; K. P.; M. E. Church. Married Bertha M. 
Molster, Je 24, 1910, Chicago. Child, G. Edwin, 
b. Ap 12, 1911. Address, 1224 W. Center St., 
Anaheim, Calif. 

WILLIAM BRIGHAM PARKINSON, Jr. 
M.D.; b. D 24, 1877, Morgan, Ut.; a. W. B. 
and Lizzie (Bull) Parkinson. Prepared in Brigham 
Young Coll., Logan, Ut., 2 vrs.; Agr. Coll. of Ut., 
do. Phvs., Logan, Ut., 1903-06; do., Lewiston, 
Ut., 1906 — . Co. Phys. and Med. Examiner, 
World War. Mem., Woodmen of the World. 
Married Eva B. Troop, F 2, 1903. Children: 
Veld, b. Jl 26, 1905; Lila May, b. My 1907; Floyd, 
b. Ja 27, 1909; Winifred Beth, b. S 18, 1911; Paul 
Ray, b. O 8, 1914; Eva M., b. D 4, 1919. Address, 
Lewiston, Ut. 

EDWARD PATERA 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D,;b. My 26, 1875, Chicago; 
s. Mathew and Karolyn (Sladek) Patera. Pre- 
pared in West Div. H. S. Football, Baseball and 
Basketball. Intern, St. Mary's Hosp.. 1903-05; 
Pays., Surgical Staff, do.\ 1st Asst., Dr. A. J. 
Ochsner, Augustana Clinics, 1918. Spanish-.\m. 
War, 1898-99. Mem., Chicago Athletic Club; 
A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc. 
Married Jane F. Smyth, Jl 2, 1910. Children; 
Edward, b. N 4, 1914; Jane Karolyn, b. Ag 7, 
1917. Address, 2830 Sheridan Rd., Chicago; 6ms. 
add., 1809 Loomis St., do. 

HENRY MILTON PENRICE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Prepared in 
Hyie Park H. S.; Jenner Med. Coll., 1899-1902. 
G?n. Med. practice. Address, 5536 Lakewood 
Ave., Chicago.t 

CHARLES EATON PHILLIPS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. F 3. 1877, Millington, 111.; 
s. John (b. 1828, Worchester, Mass.) and Lydia 
Jane (Brimhall) Phillips (b. 18.38, Ind.). Prepared 
in Millington H. S. A. B., Eureka Coll., 1900. 
Located in Chicago, 1903-05; Isthmus of Panama, 
1906-13; Los Angeles, 1914—. Maj., M. C, U. 
S. A., 1918-19; served at Camp Dodge, la.; Gen. 
Hosp. 35, West Baden, Ind.; Walter Reid Hosp., 
Wash., D. C. Auth.: New Knee-joint Amputa- 
tion, Jour. A. M. A., 1912; Fixation of Fracture 
by Means of Autogenous Intramedullary Bone 
Solints, Suri)., Gunecol. and Obstetrics. Mem , Am. 
Coll. Surgs. (Fellow). Married Jennie Holland, 
S 15, 1900, Gibson City, 111. Child, Herbert Allyn, 
b. Jl. 1904. Address, Athletic Club, Los Angeles. 



WILLIAM CHAMBERS PHILLIPS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 12, 1876, Page Co., 
la.; s. R. F. and Sarah Ann (Ellsworth) Phillips. 
Prepared in Clarinda (la.) H. S.; N. W. Univ. 
Sch. of Pharm., 1899. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 
World War. Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Mary 
Elizabeth Brown, Je 15, 1909, Clarinda, la. Ad- 
dress, Clarinda, la. 

WILLIAM ARON PITZELE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 14, 1877, Austria; s. 
Nathan and Hannah (Stiglitz) Pitzele. Prepared 
in South Chicago H. S.; Univ. of Mich, and Chi- 
cago Bus. Coll. Gen. Med. practice, Lorain, O. 
Army Serv., 1st 111. Inf., 1898-1903. Married Fan- 
nie Linx, Ag 12, 1903, Buffalo, N. Y. Children: 
Ray M., b. Mr 3, 1906; Nelson, b. Jl 15. 1908; 
Lewis, b. Jl 17, 1912. Address, 1825 E. 32nd 
St., Lorain, O.; bus. add., 2812 Pearl Ave., do. 

FRANK JOSEPH POKO.RNEY 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1899; b. O 4. 1879. 
Chicago; s. John and Anna (Tierney) Pokorney. 
Prepared in St. Ignatius Coll., Chicago. Mem.. 
A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Bohemian Med. Soc. Married Charlotte Wolf. 
1911, Chicago. Child, Frank, Jr., b. My 26, 1912. 
Address, 1501 S. Crawford Ave., Chicago. 

CHARLES WALLACE POORMAN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ja 7. 1873. Mattoon, 111. 
Nu Sigma Nu. Instr., Materia Med., Coll. of 
Med.. 1902-06; Assoc. Prof., Surg., .Tenner Med. 
Coll., 1916; formerly at the West Side Hosp., 
Chicago. Mem., A. M. A. Auth.: Hypertrophic 
Pyloric Stenosis; Gall Bladder Surgery. Address, 
424 W. Park Ave., Oak Park, 111.; 6«s. add., 127, do. 

FRANK WALDEMAR POPE 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Racine (Wis.) H. S.; Wis. Coll. of Phys. and Surgs.. 
3yrs. Commissioned in M. R. C. U. S. A. Mem.. 
A. M. A. Address, 2406 Kinzie Ave.. Racine. 
Wis.t 

IRVING ANGEL PORGES 
M.D.; b. N 15, 1882, Chicago; s. Henry and 
Theresa Porges. Prepared in Chicago Pub. Schs. 
Reference Clerk, Chicago Pub. Library. 5 yrs. 
Post Asst. Surg., U. S. Pub. Health Serv. Capt., 
M. C, 75th C. A. C. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Am. 
Legion; Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married 
Blanche Zschan, Ja 13, 1921. Address, 4140 
Drexel Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. Washing- 
ton St., do. 

WILLIAM H. PORTER 
Phys. and Surgs.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
N. Dak. State Norm. Sch. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly located in Beaulieu, N. Dak. Address, 
Calvin, N. Dak.t 

LAMAR MATTHEW POWER 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in Escanaba 
(Mich.) H. S. Formerly located in Hancock. 
Mich. Address, 11100 E. Jefferson Ave.. Detroit.f 

JOHN WILLIAM POWERS 
Orthopedic Surg.; M.D.; b. My 21, 1881, Savan- 
na, 111.; s. Michael and Mary Berrendorf Powers. 
Prepared in Savanna H. S. Grad. work, Har- 
vard Univ. Maj., M. R. C, Ft. Oglethorp; 
M. O T. C; Camp Sherman Base Hosp., 1 yr., 
World War. Married Je 2, 1906. Children: Mary 
Adeline, b. 1908; Patricia, b. 1915. Address, 518 
Van Buren St., Milwaukee; 6ms. add., 221 Grand 
Ave., do. 

EVA PRESCOTT (TURNER) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 6, 1876, Chicago; d. 
Theodore L. (b. N. Y.) and Emily (Twitty) Pres- 
cott (b. Eng.). Prepared in pub. .schs. A. E. I. 
sorority. Phys., Chicago; do.. Oak Park, 111. 
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families in need during World War. Married 
S. Ullman, 1896 ^divorced 1906); Fred L. Turner, 
Mr 24, 1910. Children: Manfred Prescott, b. N 
25. 1899; Alice Prescott, b. My 11. 1911. Address, 
60S Gunderson Ave., Oak Park, 111.; bus. add., 
619 Crawford Ave., Chicago. 

CHARLES WALLACE RANSOM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1809. Prepared in 
Neb. State Norm. Sch.; Omaha Med. Coll., 2 yr.s. 
Gen. Med. practice; formerly located at Madison. 
Address. 1517 E. Ocean Blvd.. Long Beach, Calif.; 
but. add., 38 Pine Ave., rfo.t 

MATTHEW SIMPSON REAY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Attended 

Rush Med. Coll., 1898-99; St. Louis Coll. of Phys. 

and Surgs., 1 yr. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 

located at Bracevillc, III. Address, Randolph. Ut.'t 

ERNEST GRAY REESE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Ph.C, Ann 
Arbor, 1895. Formerly of Bowling Green, O. 

EMORY WEST REEVES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S78. Prepared in 
Plymouth (Ind.) H. S. Formerly located in New 
Orleans, La.; later at Kenner. do. Address, 507 
Pecore Ave., Houston, Tex.; bus. add., Burnett 
Bldg.. do.t 

WILLIAM M. RIGHTMAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 12, 1874, Rus.; s. Mor- 
ris and Mary (King) Rightman. Prepared in 
Gymnasium H. S., Kamenetz, PodoHa, Rus. Phys. 
formerly at 849 W. Roosevelt Rd. and 3218 do., 
Chicago. Mem.. K. P.; I. O. B. A.; I. O. B. S. 
Married Ag 6. 1907. Chicago. Children: Irving, 
b. My 11, 1908; Marjorie. b. Je 9, 1912. Address, 
1607 S. Kedzie Ave., Chicago. 

EMMA ELIZA ROBBINS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended 

Univ. of Neb., 1899. At one time located in 

Ord.. Neb.; later at 812 W. 6th St., Hastings, do.t 

NELSON JOHN ROBBINS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.;b. 1870. Univ. of Mich., 
Med. .Sch. Gen. Med. practice; formerly of Ish- 
peming, Mich. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Ne- 
gaunee, Mich.t 

HENRY' BURTON ROBERTS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 1, 1871, Waynes- 
ville, O.; s. John A. G. (b. Waynesville, O.) and 
Helen (Kinney) Roberts (b. Ja 18, 1845, Clear- 
creek, do.). Prepared in Lewis Inst., Chicago. 
Surg., C. N. S. & Mil. R. R. Located in Highland 
Park, 111., 1903-17; 1919—. Invented a Door 
Brace and Telephone Bracket Elevator. Capt., 
325 F. A.; Surg., .327 F. A. for which service was 
promoted to Maj., World War, 1917-19; Maj., 
Med. Sec, O. R. C, U. S. A., at present. Mem., 
A. M. A.; Lake Co. Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc.; Am. Legion. Married Caroline Gertrude 
Brown, O 17, 1905. La Grange, Ind. Address, 
320 Park Ave., Highland Park. 111.; bus. add., 

2 Sheridan Road, do. 

ESTHER ANNIE RYERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. Prepared in 
Simcoe (Ont.) H. S.; Omaha Med. Coll., 2 yrs.; 
Wesleyan Female Coll., Hamilton, Can. Phys., 
Dayton State Hosp., Dayton, O.; formerly loca- 
ted at Evan.sville, Ind.; Specialist in Psychiatry. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Okla. State Med. A.ssn.; Ind. 
State Med. Assn. Address, Dayton State Hosp., 
Dayton, O.t 

HELEN LOUISE RYERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Chamberlain (S. Dak.) H. S.; Harvey Med. Coll , 

3 yrs. Formerly located in Reno. Nev.; not in 
practice. Address, 19.54 Tamarind Ave., Los An- 
geles.t 



LLOYD MELVILLE SACKETT 
Gynecologist; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in Par- 
sons (Kan.) H. S. Commissioned in M. R. C., 
U. S. A. Address, 1515 W. 34th St., Oklahoma 
City, Okla.; bus. add.. Am. Nat. Bank Bldg., do.f 



CLARK EDWARD SAUNDERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 26, 1880, Osakis, 
Minn.; s. Edward H. (h. 18,50, Quebec) and Han- 
nah F. (Van Schoonhoven) Saunders (b. 1860, 
Wis.). Prepared in H. S., under Pvt. tutorship, 
and in Univ. Med. Coll., Kansas City, Mo., 1898- 
99. Phi Beta Pi. Grad. work, Chicago; New 
York; Philadelphia; Rochester, Minn., 1908-11. 
Gen. Med. practice, 1903-08; Attending Larynpol., 
O'Connors Sanitarium and Santa Clara Co. Hosp., 
at present. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., D 1917-Jl 
23, 1919; With 8th San. Train; transferred to 
Chief of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Service, 
Letterman Gen. Hosp., San Francisco. Mem., 
A. F. A. M., Scottish Rite, Shrine; K. P.; B. P. 
O. E.; Santa Clara Co. Med. Soc; Calif. State Med. 
Soc. Married Ag 28, 1905, Portland, Ore. Child, 
Sandy, b. Je 12, 1908. Address, Bank of Italy 
Bldg., San Jose, CaHf. 



NORMAN LEE SEELYE 
M.D.; b. O 1, 1878, Montique, Mich.; s. Ida 
A. (Fluker) Seelye. Prepared in Lake Geneva 
(Wis.) H. S. Phys., in charge of Clybourn Free 
Dispensary, 1903-04; Gen. practice. Lake Geneva, 
Wis.. 1904-08; Intern, 111. Charitable Eye and Ear 
Infirmary, 1908-09; Asst. Ear Surg., do., 1910; 
Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Harvard 
and Woodstock, 111., 1910—. 1st Lt.; Capt., M. 
R. C, Camp Greenleaf, Ga.; Med. Advisory Bd., 
Rockford, 111., 1917-18. Mem.. A. M. A.; A. F. 
A. M., Freeport Consistory, Tabala Shrine, Rock- 
ford Calvary, Commandery 25, Woodstock, 111. 
Married Bonnie B. Smith, Ja 22, 1907, Lake Gene- 
va, Wis. Children: Jessica M., b. F 6, 1910; 
Kenneth W., b. D 30. 1910; Bonnie E., b. N 29, 
1916. Address, Harvard, 111. 



ALBERT CHRISTIAN WILLIAM SEIDEL 
Phys. and Surg. ; M .D. ; b. O 4, 1880, Quincy , 111. ; 
s. Julius and Elizabeth (Herlcman) Seidel. Pre- 
pared in St. Francis Coll., Quincy, 111. Mem., 
Lutheran Church. Married Charlotte Kraft, O 
22, 1904, Quincy, 111. Children: Julius, b. Je 16, 
1905; Albert, b. Je 20, 1910; Gerard, b. Ja 1, 1916. 
Address, 627 Arlington Place, Chicago. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR SHEPHERD 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 14, 1875; s. Allen A. 
and Margaret (McNaughton) Shepherd. Pre- 
pared in Seymour (Wis.) H. S. Phi Rho Sigma. 
Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Minnie M. Mattis, 
Jl 1, 1908, Seymour, Wis. Child, Allen A., b. 
Mr 20, 1918. Address, Seymour, Wis. 

JOSEPHUS JOHNSTON SHERRILL 
M.D.; b. My 11, 1879; s.'H. N. and Mary 
(Hardy) Sherrill. Prepared in Vanderbilt Univ., 
Nashville, Tenn., 3 yrs. Sigma Alpha Ep.'^ilon; 
Phi Nu Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha; Med. 
Scholarship; Capt.. Baseball Team, Vanderbilt 
Univ. Located at Chicago, 1903-16. Maj., Med. 
Corps, lOJ^ mos. Fr. World War. Married Gert- 
rude Denton, My 14, 1916, Greenwood, Miss. 
Address, Warren, Ark. 



*LEROY HALL SIBLEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in Terre 
Haute (Ind.) H. S. Mem., Vigo Co. (Ind.) Med. 
Soc. Died S 26, 1910, Terre Haute, Ind. 

♦CHARLES WATSON SNYDER 
M.D.;b. 1880. Mem., A. MA. Home, Clyde. 
Mich. Died N 15, 1917, Clyde, Mich. 



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GERTRUDE ANNA SPRIGGS 



Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. M.D., Coll. 
of Phys. and Surgs., San Francisco, 1900. Intern, 
Womans Hosp., Philadelphia; formerly of San 
Francisco. Address, 1140 Sutter St., Sonoma, 
Calift 

ROY PHILSON STOOPS 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 17, 1877, Winona, Minn.; 
s. Joseph Akim (b. Mr 8, 1852, Morgantown, W. 
Va.) and Inez Stoops (b. O 7, 1858, Ft. Wayne, 
Ind.). A.B., Univ. of Okla., 1898. Grad. work, 
Chicago Univ., 1907; St. Josephs Hosp., 1916. 
Prof., Anat. and Head of Sch. of Med., Univ. of 
Okla., 1903-09; Located in Tex., 1909-13; Mitchell 
and Scottsbluff, Neb., 1913—. Capt., M. C, U. 
S. A., Jl 30, 1918-Jl 8, 1919; Camp Greenleaf, Ga., 
3 mos. Chief of Oto-Laryngolog. Serv. , Base Hosp. 
Camp Pike, Ark., O 25, 1918-Jl 8, 1920. Auth.: 
Erysipelas in the Negro, Am. Med., 1901; Treat- 
ment of Burns by Liq. Cresolis Compositus, Ther. 
Gaz.. 1912; The Mortality from Mastoiditis in 
the U. S. A. Base Hosp. at Camp Pike, Ark., 
Annals of OloL, Rhinol. and Laryngol. Mem., 
Scottsbluff Co. Med. Soc; Neb. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; Rotary Club, Scottsbluff, Neb., 1920—. 
Married Eunice Gertrude Rand, S 30, 1903, 
Wichita, Kan. Children: Dorothy Margaret, b. 
Mr 12, 1907; Roy Philson. Jr., b. Mr 1, 1915. Ad- 
dress, 1922 3rd Ave., Scottsbluff, Neb. 

ELGIN LEROY STOUGHTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Attended 
Keokuk Med. Coll., 2 yrs. At one time located 
in Mount Moriah, Mo.; Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, Ridgeway, Mo.t 

JULIA CLARK STRAWN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Hahnemann 
Med. Coll., 1897. Nu Sigma Phi. Assoc. Prof., 
Gynecol., Hahnemann Med. Coll., 1921. Address, 
4711 Greenwood Ave., Chicago; bus. add.. Room 
918, 22 E. Washington St., do. 

JULIUS HILTON SURE 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 29, 1874, Dvinsk, Rus.; 
s. Harry (b. do.) and Dinah (Joehilson) Sure (b 
do.). Prepared in Libau Gymnasium, Rus. Lec- 
turer, Obstetrics, Wis. Coll. of Phys. and Surg., 
1905-07; Assoc., do., 1909-10; Assoc. Prof., do., 
1910-12; Prof., do., 1913-14; Assoc. Prof., do., Mar- 
quette Univ. Med. Dept., 1914-16; Obstetrician, 
St. Joseph Hosp.; Visiting do., Mt. Sinai, Columbia 
and Evangelical Deaconess Hosps. Mem.. Mil- 
waukee Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Clara Ep- 
stein, S 6, 1903, Berlin, Wis. Child, Leahbelle, 
b. N 5, 1905. Address, 423 Kenwood Blvd., Mil- 
waukee; bus. add., 830 Caswell Block, do. 

ELLIS FRANK SWARTHOUT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878, Pine Island, 
Minn.; s. B. F. and Camilla (Huntsinger) Swarth- 
out. Prepared in Pine Island (Minn.) H. S. and 
Carlton Coll. Acad. Army Serv., M. C, U. S. A., 
23 mos. Mem., I. O. O. F.; M. W. A. Married 
Rose Falk, N 15, 1906. Child, Gordon, b. S 17, 
1907. Address, Sykeston, N. Dak. 

ADAM SZWAJKART 
(Father of Adam Leo, M.D., '17) 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 24, 1860, Poland; s. 
Charles and Malvina (Wodicra) Szwajkart. Pre- 
pared in European H. Schs. and Univs. M.Ph., 
Univ. of Lemberg, Poland; M.D., Bennett Med. 
Coll., 1897. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago. West 
Park Co. Commissioner, 1907; Mem., State Bd. of 
Health, 1912-14; Co. Phys. and Supt. of Psycho- 
pathic Hosp., 1915-19. Auth.: Weekly contri- 
butions to Polish dailies on Hygiene, Sanitation 
and Health Problems. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago 
Med. Soc; Polish Med. Soc: Polish Roman 
Catholic Union; Polish Nat. Alliance; Catholic 
Order of Forresters. Married Je 16, 1888, 
Chicago; Eugenie Nowierski, Ja 10, 1892, San 
Antonio, Tex. Children: Adam Leo, b. S 16, 1894; 



Eugene, b. S 17, 1895; Blanche, b. D 1, 1897. 
Address, 3535 Diversey Ave., Chicago, Hi.; bus. 
add., 1401 N. Ashland, do. 

FREDERICK ALMON THAYER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Attended 

Univ. of Mich. Med. Sch., 1899-1901. Gen. Med. 

practice; formerly located in Chilton, Wis. Mem., 

A. M. A. Address, Beloit, Wis.t 

BENJAMIN THOMAS [] ' 

Physician; M.D.; b. S 25, 1866, Cornwall, Eng.; 
s. Benjamin (b. 1819, Penzance, Cornwall, Eng.) 
and Eliza (f.ory) Thomas (b. 1821, Helstone, do.). 
Prepared in E. Cornwall Coll.. Cornwall, Eng. 
Alpha Omega Alpha; Jr. class pres., 1903. Grad. 
work in Royal Ophthalmic Eve Hosp., London, 
Eng., 1907; Dolden Square throat Hosp., do., 
1907. Physician, Chokio, Minn., 1903-07; Eve, 
Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, Seattle, Wash., 
1908; do., Huron, S. Dak., 1909—. Examining 
Surg, for recruits, 1918. Mem., Fifth District 
Med. Soc (Pres); Huron Rotary Club. Child, 
Jessie Eliza, b. N 21, 1897. Address, Huron, S. 
Dak. 

♦MATILDA MINNIS THOMAS 
Phys. and Surf.; M.D. Teachers course in la. 
Formerly located in Macon, Miss. Deceased. 

GERTRUDE FRANCES THOMPSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 18, 1867, Cadyville, N. 
Y.; d. Thomas and Lydia (Mead) Thompson. 
Prepared in FrankUn Acad., Malone. N. Y., 1884. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota. Formerly at 603 N. Kedzie 
Ave., Chicago. Mem., Womans Med. Club; 
After Dinner Club; Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 
Euclid Ave. M. E. Church; Oak Park Rebekah 
Lodge. Address. 716 S. Euclid Ave., Oak Park, 
111.; bus. add.. Hey worth Bldg., 29 E. Madison 
St., Chicago. 

LAURA SOMMER TOMHAGAN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Prepared in 

Jefferson H. S., Chicago; Harvey Med. Coll., 2 

yrs. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 1309 Lunt 

Ave., Chicago.t 

FRANK S. TUFTS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 16, 1871, Wilton, 
la.; s. Ben F. and Nell (Rider) Tufts. Prepared 
in H. S.; la. State Coll. of Agr. Gen. Med. and 
Surg, practice, Chicago. Married Florence Far- 
rier, 1901. Children: Robert; Marion; MarjOrie. 
Address, 1955 W. 101st PL, Chicago; bus. add., 
800 W. 78th St., do. 

DANIEL GREENWOOD TWEEDALL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
Evansville (Ind.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, 816 W. Indiana St., Evan.sville, Ind.' 
bus. add., 1014 W. Franklin St., do.t 

JOSEPH ALFRED URAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 3, 1877, Kankakee, 111.; 
s. Benjamin Franklin (b. Ja 26, 1846) and Susan 
Weaver (Troop) Uran (b. O 15, 1851, Circleville, 
O.). Prepared in Kankakee H. S. Michael Reese 
Hosp., Chicago, 190.3-05; Holland, la., 1905-11; 
Wellsburg, la., 1911 — . Married Vivian Imogene 
Morgan, My 26, 1911, Glenwood, la. Children: 
Marshall Milton, b. N 7, 191 1; Ellen Vivian, b. 
N 20, 1915; Margarette, b. O 13, 1917. Address, 
Wellsburg, la. 

PAUL ROBERT URMSTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Hamilton (O.) H. S. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Specialist. Address, Bay City, Mich.f 

HARVEY MARSHALL VANCE 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Bennett H. S., 1898. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., 
A. M. A. Address, Pleasant Grove, Utah.f 



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HARRY FLOYDE VAUGHAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 2. 1870. Swanton, 
O.; s. James C. (b, Ag 31, 1838. Tuscarawas Co.. 
O.) and Hattie (Taylor) Vaughan (b. Je 20, 1845, 
Harrisburg, Pa.). Prepared in Oberlin (O.) Coll. 
Nu Sigma Nu. Located in Mich, and at present 
in Oliio. Married Ethel Mae Shaw.' Ap 2. 1908, 
Cleveland. O. AdJnss, 17 Coll. Place. Oberlin, 
O. 

ROBERT VON DER HEYDT 

Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 3. 1875. Wiesbaden. 

Ger. Grad. work in Ophthalmol. Married Ap 

1911. Address, Oak Park. 111.; bus. add., 25 E. 

Washington St., Cliicago. 

HENRY McMUNN VORIS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 

Neoga H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. M. 

A. Address. 1615 N. 45th St.. E. St. Louis, 111.; 

bus. add., 502 Penn Ave., do.i 

ROSA VORSANGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 26, 1869. Prepared 
in H. S., Ger,; Private Coll., Frankfort, do. Mar- 
ried 1889, Camden, N. J. Child, Lilly V. Tully. 
b. S 19, 1892. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, 
Chicago. Address, 2354 Milwaukee Ave.. Chicago. 

HERBERT CLARK WADDLE 
M.D. Prepared in 111. State Norm. Univ. 
Married Alchee A. Case. 1904. Children: Mary 
Charlotte, b. 1898; Alchee Caroline, b. 1904. Ad- 
dress. South Wayne. Wis. 

WILLIAM CHRISTIAN WAGNER 
M.D.; b. Ap 16. 1872. Brodhead, Wis.; 3. Chris- 
tian and Elizabeth (Mokler) Wagner. Prepared 
in Vinton (la.) H. S.; Med. Dept., la. State Univ., 
1S99-1902. Mem., A. F. A. M., Mystic Shrine. 
Married Martha Powell. N IS. 1907, Dysart. la. 
Child, Willa Ruth, b. D 14, 1918. Address, Traer. 
la. 

JOHN POLER WALSH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Attended 
Carroll CoU., Waukesha, Wis., 1886. M.D., Har- 
vey Med. Coll., 1902. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, Eastland. Ore. J 

FR.\NCOIS JOHN THEODORE WAS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 27,1880, Patter- 
son. N. J.; s. John W. and Maaike A. (Ferleman) 
Was. Prepared in Calumet H. S., Chicago. For- 
merly located in Chicago; now in Patterson, N. J. 
Mem., Joppa Lodge 29, A. F. A. M. Ft. Ogle- 
thorpe, Ga.; Camp Wadsworth, S. C, Hdqrts., S 
1918-Ap 1919. ^Iarried Johanna Schwarzenberg, 
My 20. 1916 (died O 9, 1920). Child: Francois J., 
b. Ja 20, 1917. Address, 75 E. 16th St., Patterson, 
N.J. 

GUY CLIFFORD WAUFLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Milton Acad., 2 jts.; Knox Coll., 2 yrs. Gen. 
Med. practice, Janesville, Wis.; formerly of Milton 
Junction, do. M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. M. 
A. Address, Janesville. Wis.t 

NEWTON WHITNEY WEAR 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 15, 1879; 9. Hugh and 
Caroline (Holatine) Wear. Prepared in Val- 
paraiso Univ. Mem.. A. F. A. M.; B. P. O E. 
Married Mr 4, 1916. Child, Whitney Jr., b. S 
3, 1918. Address. Bellingham, Wash. 

BLANCHE EDITH WEBBER 
M.D.; b. S 22, 1806, Andersontown, Md.; d. 
Eli H. and Harriet Jane (Gray) Webber. Pre- 
pared in H. S.; Norm. Sch. and Harvey Med. 
Coll. H. S. Teacher, 12 yrs. before entering Coll. 
of Med.; Staff Examiner, Central Branch, Y. M. 
C. A., since opening. Mem., Med. Womens Club; 
Pub. Health (Chm.) 1st Cong. District Federation 
Womens Club, 1920. Address. 1360 E. 47th 
Place, Chicago; biu. add., 25 E. Washington St., do. 



♦JOSEPHINE ELLA WEBSTER (WELD) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Attended N. 
W. Univ. Wonians Meil. Coll.. 2 yrs. Formerly 
at 441 Englewood Ave., Chicago; later at Stutt- 
gart. Ark. Married James C. Weld. Died Ja 
23. 1918. 

JAMES C. WELD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 28, 1880, Ross- 
ville. 111.; s. Roswell W. and Sarah L. (Gushing) 
Weld. Prepared in Chicago Athenaeum. For- 
merly located in Kankakee, 111.; Tuberculosis 
Specialist; Asst., Med., Univ. of Colo., 1921. 
Serv., U. S. Navy. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Epis. 
Church. Married Josepliine Ella Web.ster (died 
Ja 23, 1918); Rose T. Rathwieler. Child, James 
C, Jr. Address, 2349 Belliar Ave.. Denver; bus. 
add., 520 Metropolitan Bldg., do. 

NELS LAWRENCE WERNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 31, 1877, Diamond 
Bay, Wis.; s. O. N. (b. Eng.) and Anna Werner 
(b. Wis.). Prepared in Prescott (Wis.) H. S.; 
Hamline Univ., St. Paul, Minn. Grad. work in 
Surg., Chicago Post-Grad. Hosp.. 1907-08. Loca- 
ted in Halstad, Minn.. 1903-07; Red Wing, do., 
1908 — . Auth. : Some Interesting Cases of Hernia. 
A'^. IF. Lancet; Appendicitis in Childhood, do. 
Mem.. A. M. A.; Goodhue Co. Med. Soc; Minn. 
State Med, Soc. Married S 8, 1907. Nerstrand, 
Minn. Children: Cora A. and Helen N. Address, 
1835 W. 6th St.. Red Wing, Minn. 

WALTER WESSELS 
(Brother of Vera Gretchen, '15, A.B. in L.A. & S.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 11, 1880, Quincy, 111.; 
s. Frederick J. (b. Ap 29. 1854. Cuba) and Wil- 
helmina (Wienbaker) Wessels (b. N 5, 1854, Quincy 
111.). Prepared in Quincy H. S. Alpha Kappa 
Kappa (Dist. Deputy for Calif., 1915-20); Alpha 
Omega Alpha. Grad. work, Berlin, 1910. Lo- 
cated in Mendon, 111., 1903-10; Los Angeles, 1911—. 
Phys. of Gastro-Intestinal Disease.*. Mem., Sr. 
Staff, Los Angeles Co. Hosp. Contract Surg., 
U. S. A., 1918. Autb.: Constipation, Western Med. 
Times, Denver, 1915. Life Mem., Los Angeles 
Ath Club; Fellow, Am. Coll. Phys.; Fellow, A. 
M. A. Married Theodocia Longenecker, D 20, 

1916, Los Angeles. Child, Theodocia Florence, 
b. Mr 18, 1918. Address, 535 Title Ins. Bldg., 
Los Angeles. 

FRANK PERRINE WHITEHILL 
M.D.; b. D 13, 1869, Kenton, O.; s. Perrine 
and Elizabeth (Eglin) Whitehill. B.S., Lake 
Forest Univ., 1898. Roll of Honor, Coll. of Med. 
Phi Delta Phi; Phi Beta Pi. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
B. P. O. E.; Epis. Church. Address, 6th and 
Black St., Silver City. N. Mex.; bus. add., 413 
BuUard St., do. 

*HENRY THOMAS WICHMAN 
M.D.; b. Ag 1, 1869, Chicago; s. John H. (b. 
Ag 8, 1845, Altona, Scnleswig, Holstein, Ger.) 
and Catherine (Spirkel) Wichman (b. Jl 11, 1847, 
Alsace). Prepared in Harvey Med. Coll., Chicago, 
1900-01. Grad. work, London Sch. of Tropical 
Med., 1900; Univ. of Vienna, 1910-11. Chief 
Surg., Pamarejo Gold Fields, Mex., 1905-08; Los 
Mocbes Sugar Co., Mex., 1911-12; Gen. Med. 
practice, Cotulla, Tex., 1913-15; Am. Smelting 
and Refining Co., Chihuahua, Mex., 1916-18. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.: M. E. Church. Married Oro 
Lee Corbin, Ap 16. 1912, El Paso, Tex. Children: 
Anita Erna. b. N 8, 1914; Jean Kathryn, b. S 28, 

1917. Died Mr 18, 1919. Chihuahua, Mex. 

*SETH WICKS 
Physician; M.D; b. 1879, Hartford, Kan.; Instr., 
Biol.. Coll. of Med.. 1904-08; Gen. Med. practice, 
Chicago. Capt., M. R. C, U. S. A., with Serv. 
at Camp Cust^T, Mich.; Honorably discharged, 
Ja 29, 1919. Difd in Lake View Hosp,, Chicago, 
Ap 24. 1920, following operation for appendicitis. 



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CHARLES LAFAYETTE WILLIAMS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1864. Prepared in 

Jefferson H. S., Chicago; Harvey Med. Coll., 2 

yrs. Gen. Med. practice; formerly located in 

Miller, Ind. Address. St. Paul, Ind.f 

LAMONT ROY WILLSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 28, 1878, New 
Hampton, la.; s. A. V. and Mary (Weber) Willson. 
City Health Off., Fresno, Calif. Special Examiner 
T. B. C, Calif. State Bd. of Health, 1917-18. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A.; served in Gen. Hosps. 24 
and 14; Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., S 1918 to Ja 1919, 
World War. Mem., Calif. State Med. Soc, (V. 
P., 1916-17); Fresno Co. Med. Soc, (Pres., 1916). 
Married Ina Isabell Millward, S 18, 1906. Chil- 
dren: Mildred, b. 1910; Lawrence, b. 1907. Ad- 
dress, 504-6 Griffith-McKenzie Bldg., Fresno, Calif. 

JAMES WILLIAM WILSON 
Gynecologist; M.D.; b. 1870. Prepared in 
Wheaton Coll. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc. Ad- 
dress, 810 W. 59th St.,.Chicago.t 

CHARLES WALTER WINNE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1897; b. Jl 26, 
1877, Huntley, 111.; s. Mary A. Winne. Pre- 
pared in Delavan (Wis.) H. S. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
Congr. Church. Address, 146 N. Austin Ave., 
Oak Park, 111.; bus. add.. 25 E. Washington St., 
Chicago. 

*VERNE ERNEST WINSTON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Attended 

Dunham Med. CoU., 1899-1900. Gen. Med. 

practice. Keystone, S. Dak. Died N 12, 1916, 

Rapid City, S. Dak. 

WENZEL M. WOCHOS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 16, 1873. Pre- 
pared in State Norm. Sch., Oshliosh, Wis. Alpha 
Omega Alpha. Draft Bd. of Local Examiners, 
U. S. Pub. Health Serv.. World War. Address, 
Kewaunee, Wis. 



JAMES MANLEY WOOD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 6, 1862, Wyocena, 
Wis.; s. Sam F. and Elsie (Moore) Wood. B.S., 
Valparaiso Univ., 1891; A.B. and Ph.G.. do., 1895. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., 32', Shrine; M. E. Church. 
Married Maude Lee, O 11, 1891, Hoopeston, 111. 
Children: S. Edwin, b. S 17, 1896; Mjrra, b. Mr 
29, 1898; Maynard, b. My 25, 1903. Address, 
1403 18th Ave., Moline, 111.; 6ms. add., 408H 
15th St.. do. 

T. Z. XELOWSKI 
Surgeon; M.D.; Ph.G., 1896; b. Ja 11, 1877, 
La Salle, 111.; s. Henry and Henrietta (Tyssowski) 
Xelowski. Prepared in N. Division H. S., Chi- ■ 
cago. Pharm., 1896-1903; Intern, St. Marys of 
Nazareth Hosp., 1903-Ja 1, 1905; Surg., 1905—; 
Ex-Surg., Peoples Gas, Light and Coke Co.; 
Instr., St. Marys of Nazareth Tr. Sch. for Nurses; 
Surg., St. Marys Hosp. Mem., K. C; Catholic 
Order of Foresters; Polish Roman Catholic Union 
of Am.; Church of St. Marys of the Lake; Chicago 
Mod. Soc; Chicago Acad, of Surg.; Chicago 
Pathol. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; Am. Coll. of 
Surg., 1919; A. M. A.; Am. Catholic Hosp. Assn.; 
Assn. for study of Internal Secretions; Art In- 
stitute, Chicago; Polish Med. Assn. of Am.; 
Polish Med. Soc (Pres.). Married Lina Bliss, 
Je 18, 1907. Children: T. Z., Jr.. b. Mr 30, 1910; 
Mary Louise, b. Ag 13, 1912; Lina May, b. D 
6, 1915 (died D 6, 1917). Address, 3934 Pine 
Grove Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 1053 Milwaukee 
Ave., do. 

*JAMES AURELIUS YOUNG 
M.D.; b. My 29. 1878; s. J. L. and Catherine 
(Ash) Young. Prepared in Rankin H. S.; Indian- 
apolis, 1900. Phi Beta Pi. Phys. and Surg.. 
Bremen. Ind, 1903; Pearl, Idaho, 1903-04; Cald- 
well, do., 1904-08; Wieser, do., 1908 to date of 
death. Mem., So. Idaho Med. Soc. (Pres. 2 yrs.). 
Married Anne Walter, N 15, 1905, Boise. Idaho. 
Children: Catherine; Walter; James; Henrietta. 
Drowned while crossing a ferry during a trip to 
a patients home. 



DEGREES AD EUNDEM 



JOHN TASCHER 
Formerly located in Albuquerque, N. M.J 

WILLIAM M. THOMPSON 

Gynecologist; M.D.; b. N 28. 1808, Ireland; 

s. Martha (Mcllwam) Thompson. Prepared in 



Macalester Coll.; Princeton Univ. and Univ. of 
Minn. Nu Sigma Nu; Football; Track. Gyne- 
col., Chicago. Maj., M. C, U. S. A.; Surg. Dir. . 
A. E. F., 1 vr.; do., B. E. F., 1 yr. Married Anna 
Hill. Boston. Children: Anna H.; William M.. 
Jr. Address. 512 Wrightwood Ave.. Chicago; 
bus. add., 32 N. State St.. dn. 



CLASS OF 1904 (198 LIVING, 18 DEAD) 



WILSON RUFFIN ABBOTT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Attended 
Univ., Med. Coll., 3 yrs.; Ph.B., Univ. of Toronto, 
1894; Prof., Chem., Coll. of Med., 1902-04; do.. 
Coll. of Dent., 1904-06; formerly at 628 E. Capitol 
Ave., Springfield, 111.; later Tuberculosis Special- 
ist. Chicago. Address, 830 Lakeside Place, Chi- 
cago; bus. add., 30 N. Michigan Ave., do.f 

LOUIS FERDINAND ALRUTZ 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 9. 1876, Chicago; s. 
Louis and Bertha (Kreft) Alrutz. Phi Beta Pi. 
Gen. Med. practice. Instr., Obstetrics, Coll. of 
Med., 1904-10. Mem.. M. E. Church. Married 
Helen Truax, My 8, 1907. Kenosha, Wis. Children: 
Waldemar. b. Ap 24, 1908; Donald, b. O 12, 
1914. Address, 36 N. Lotus Ave., Chicago. 

GEORGE C. AMERSON 

(Brother of William H., '01) 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. N 8, 1877. Chicago; s. William 



(b. S 21, 1841, Eng.) and Matilda (Schaubel) 
Amerson (b. 1847, Pa.). Prepared in Austin H. 
S., Chicago. M.D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., 
1902; A.M., Valparaiso Univ., 1911. Phi Chi. 
Gen. Surg, practice, Chicago; Prof. Surg.,, Loyola 
Univ. and III. Post-Grad. Med. Sch.; Pres., Gar- 
field Park Hosp., Chicago; Mem., Staff, West 
Side Hosp. and Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitar- 
ium, do.; Councelor, Chicago Med. Soc 111. Nat. 
Guard, 1909-17; Lt. Col., M. C, A. E. F., 1918-19; 
Federal Serv.. U. S. A.. 33 Mos., 1916-17. Mem.. 
A. F. A. M.. R. A. M., 32°. Shrine; A. M. A.; 111. 
State Med. Soc. (Sec. of Surg. Section) ; Chicago 
Med. Soc. (Ex-Pres., West Side Branch; Councillor) 
Am. Coll. Surg. (Fellow); Tri-State Med. Soc; 
Assn. Mil. Surg.; 111. Ath. Club; Hamilton Club; 
Sojawmero Club, Chicago. Married Isabel Coyle, 
O 3, 1906, Chicago. Child, William Palmer, b. 
O 6, 1907, Chicago. Address, 29 S. St. Louis 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 31 N. State St.. do. 



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♦ORRIN C. AMUNDSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S72. Prepared in 



of la., Med. Dept., 



Archley (la.) H.S.; Ui 
2 yrs. Deceased. 

CHARLES ANDREW ARCHER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Malvern (Ark.) H. S.. 1 yr.; Univ. of Ark. Gen. 
Med. practice. Address, De Queen, Ark.t 

JAY LATRELL ARMSTRONG 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 29, 1S77, Tolono, 111.; 
s. James M. and Susie (Powell) Armstrong. Pre- 
pared in Tuscola H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Track Team, 1898. Lt., M. C, U. S. A. Ad- 
dress, 775 S. State St., Chicago. 

RAY C. ASH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 9, 1880. Wooster, 
Ohio; s. L. B. and Sarah (Rumbaugh) Ash. Pre- 
pared in Oliio State Univ., 1898-99. Phi Beta 
Pi; Football Team, Coll. of Med., 1903-04. Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., 15 mos. overseas. Mem., A. F. 

A. M. Married Gail B. Arnold, Jl 1904, Ashland, 
Ohio. Address, 140 Clarmont Ave., Ashland, 
Ohio; bus. add., 337 Washington, do. 

ROSS HARRISON AXE 
Physician; M. D.; b. Mr 16, 1880, Valparaiso, 
Ind.; s. Frank W. and Ella A. (Harrison) Axe. 
Prepared in Plymouth, Ind. Phi Rho Sigma. 
Gen. Med. practice, Chesterton, Ind. Mem., A. 
F. A. M.; K. P.; I. O. O. F. Married Nellie W. 
Gidlev, Mr 7, 1907, Hebron, Ind. Child, Eliza- 
beth, b. Je 10, 1910. Address, Chesterton, Ind. 

CHESTER ARTHUR AYRES 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 26, 1881; s. Orlando 

B. (b. 1835, O.) and Anna (Stone) Ayres (b. 
1840, O.). Prepared in H. S. and Drake Univ. 
Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha. Phys., 
Des Moines, la., 1904-08; <fo., Weldon, la., 1908-11; 
do., Mahaska Co., la., 1911—; Health Officer, 
Leighton, Richland Tp., Black Oak Tp., Scott 
Tp., Mahaska Co., la. Mem., Polk Co. Med. 
Soc. (Sec. 1905-08); Decatur Co. Med. Soc, 
1908-11; Y. M. C. A. (Sec). Married Louise 
Berry, D 14, 1904, Chicago. Children: Dorothy 
Louise, b. D 27, 1906; Alice Berry, b. O 25, 1909; 
Elizabeth June, b. Je 13, 1911; Margaret Jose- 
phine, b. Mr 13, 1916. Address, Leighton, la. 

WILLIAM HENRY BAHL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 10, 1872, Moline, 
111.; s. William (b. 1839. Ger.) and Catherine 
M. (Jorse) Bahl (b. 1848, do.). Prepared in Moline 
H. S. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Senior Class V. P. 
Gen. Med. practice. Chicago. Mem., Chicago 
Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married 
Gertrude Benn, Ja 2, 1914. Address, 5227 Cornell 
Ave., Chicago. 

OTTO BALEN8IEFER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1897; b. S 10, 
1876, Odell, III.; s. Ferdinand (b. Ger.) and Caro- 
line (Hoberg) Balensiefer (b. do.). Prepared in 
Joliet H. S. Nu Sigma Nu. Phys. and Surg., 
Peru, 111., 1904—. 1st Lt., M. C. U. S. A., 1918. 
Mem., La Salle Co. Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc; A. M. A. Married, S 3, 1907, Chicago. 
Child, Jean Wilson, b. Ag 6, 1912. Addr-iss, 
Walther Bldg.. Peru, 111. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON BAMBERGER 

M.D.; s. Gabriel and Lena (Baer) Bamberger. 

Married Grace Singleman, Mr 7, 1910. Children: 

Gabriel and Ted. Address, 5135 Ingleside Ave., 

Chicago; (ma. atld., 5052 Cottage Grove Ave., do. 

HOWARD ROSWELL BANKERD 

Phys. and Surg : M.D.; b. O 5, 187,5, West 

Sonera, O.; s. J. P. (b. Ja 31, 1849. Maryland) 

and Matilda S. (Blackford) Bankerd (b. D 25, 

1846, Miami Co., O.). Prepared in Tp. H. S., 



1893. B.S., O. No. Univ., 1895; A.B., do., 1899. 
Y. M. C. A.; Philomathean; Sr.-Maj., Cadet 
Corps, O. No. Univ., 1899; recommended to the 
Pres. of the U. S. for appointment to rank of 
1st Lt. in U. S. Army. Located in Springdalo, 
Wash., 1904-07; Bridgeport, do., 1907—; Phys. and 
Surg., 1904—; Retail Druggist, 1907—; Oculist 
and Optometrist, 1913 — ; Pres., Cookman Acad., 
Jacksonville, Fla., 1899-1901. M. R. C, U. S. A., 
World War. Mem., Congr. Church (Deacon, 
190.5-07); M. E. Church (Trustee, 1908—). Mar- 
ried India Hoerner, Ag 7, 1897, O. (died 1906, 
Spokane, Wash.); Maybelle Claire Raub, Je 25, 
1908, Seattle, Wash. Children: Howard Raubert, 
b. Mr 25, 1909; Mildred Evelyne, b. Mr 12, 1911; 
Kenneth Leslie, b. Ag 10, 1913. Address, Bridge- 
port, Wash. 

CLARENCE DRYDEN BARKER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Austin H. S.; Univ. of Chicago, 1899-1900. Special- 
ist in Obstetrics. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. 
Soc; 111. State Med. Soc. Address, 4051 W. 
North Ave., Ctiicago.t 

FREDERICK AUGUST BAUMGART 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 27, 1874. Address, 
859 E. Main St., Danville, 111.; bus. add., 902-3 
First Nat. Bank Bldg., do. 

JAMES ROBERT BEAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 7, 1881; s. W. 
E. and C. A. (Walker) Bean. Prepared in Wash- 
ington (Ind.) H. S.; New Orleans Sch. of Med., 
1 yr. Gen. Med. practice; located in C^hicago, 
1907; Mullan, Idaho, 1907-18; Wallace, do., 1918—. 
Mem., A. M. A. Married Mabel Van Wagenen, 
Ja22, 1908, Spokane. Cliildren: Kathryn, Roberta, 
and James Robert, Jr. Address, Bender Bldg., 
Wallace, Idaho. 

HELEN PEARL BEATTIE (TENNIES) 
M.D.; b. N 7, 1880, West Green Bay, Wis.; 
d. Charles M. and Imogene (Williams) Beattie. 
Prepared in Antigo (Wis.) H. S. Gen. practice, 
Antigo, Wis., 1905-09; Elcho, Wis., during In- 
fluenza epidemic, 1918. Mem., A. E. I. Married 
Joseph A. Tennies, S 15, 1909. Children: James 
W., b. F 10, 1916; Joseph B., b. Jl 4, 1913. Ad- 
dress, 309 Fulton St., De Pere, Wis. 

JULIEN BEZAL BECK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute, Chicago. Asst. Prof., Dermatol, 
and Syphilol., Chicago Coll. of Med. and Surg. 
Address, 3257 W. 12th St., Chicago; bus. add., 
32 N. State St., do.t 

♦GEORGE BEVERIDGE 
M.D.; b. 1875, A.B., Monmouth Coll., 1899. 
Formerly of Victor, 111. Mem., la. State Med. 
Soc; Grundy Co. Med. Soc. Died, O 3, 1907 
at his home in Reinbeck, la. 

MAX BIESENTHAL 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 13, 1882, Milwaukee; 
8. Edward (b. O 8, 18.54, Ger.) and Eva (Rosen- 
thal) Biesenthal, (b. Je 4, 1857, New York City). 
Prepared in Murray Tuley H. S., Chicago. Instr., 
Med., Coll. of Med., 1917-18; Assoc, do., 1918-19; 
Med. Dir., Chicago Winfield Tuberculosis Sani- 
tarium, Winfield, 111.; Attending Phys., Cook Co. 
Hosp., Chicago; Mem., the directorate, Chicago 
Tuberculosis Institute. Mem., Advisory Bd. under 
the selective Service Act. Published numerous 
Med. articles. Married Claudine Bacharach, D 
20, 1911, Chicago. Children: Jane Irene, b. Ja 
5, 1914; Maxine, b. Jl 21, 1918. Address, 6045 
S. Park Ave., Chicago; biis. add., 30 Mich. Ave., 
do. 

FRANK J. BLACKMER 
(Brother of Loren G., '04) 
M.D.; b. N 8, 1886, Albert Lea, Minn.; s. 
Loren A. and Sarah E. (Hicks) Blackmer. Pre- 
pared in Albert Lea (Minn.) H. S. Capt., M. C, 



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U. S. A., Mr 30, 1918-Jl 23, 1919. Mem., A. F. 
A. M.; K. P.; N. W. Colo. Med. Soc. Married 
Eda E. Wolfersbergcr, N 7. 1913, Denver. Chil- 
dren: Franklin H., b. F 16, 1915; Joan E., b. 
O 30, 1916. Address, Steamboat Springs, Colo. 

LOREN G. BLACKMER 
(Brother of Frank J., '04) 
Banker; b. N 8, 1881, Albert Lea, Minn.; 
s. Loren and Elizabeth (Hicks) Blackmer. Pre- 
pared in Albert Lea (Minn.) H. S. Pres. First 
Nat. Bank, Hooker, Okla., 1914 — . Examiner, 
Local Bd., World War. Mem., A. F. A. M. 
Married Zella Cornick, Je 8, 1906. Children: 
Loren C, b. Je 28, 1907; Zella Rae b. My 4, 
1914; Esther E., b. S 22, 1917. Address, First 
Nat. Bank, Hooker, Okla. 

ROBERT WARREN BLUMENTHAL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 28, 1881, Columbus, 
Wis.; s. Herman M. (b. N 15, 1853, Ger.) and 
Marie C. (Kluckhohn) Blumenthal (b. D 10, 1853, 
Ind.). Prepared in Columbus (Wis.) H. S. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Located in Portage, Wis. 1904; 
Oconomowoc do. 1904-06; Milwaukee, do., 1906 — . 
Asst. Div. Surg., Hdqrts., 32nd Div., Army of 
Occupation, Mr-My 27, 1919; Maj., M. C, U. 
S. A., Je 22, 1917-My 27, 1919. Mem., City 
Club of Milwaukee; Milwaukee Med. Soc; Mil- 
waukee Co. Med. Soc; Wis. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; Assn. Mil. Surgs. Married Lillian 
Marie Whitney, !Mr 18, 1908, Columbus, Wis. 
Child, Lillian Esther, b. S 10, 1910. Address, 
1710}4 Prairie St., Milwaukee, Wis.; 6ms. add., 
710 M. & M. Bank Bldg., do. 

DAVID BARNETT BLUMSTEIN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Attended Bellevue 

Hosp. Med. Coll., 1 yr.; Univ. of Colo. Sch. of 

Med., 1 yr. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 243 

W. 103rd St., New York City.f ' 

OLAV b6HMER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 16, 1869, Norway; 
s. Nicolai (b. D 22, 1829, Norway) and Ottilie 
(Solberg) B6hmer (b. O 16, 1829, do.). B.A., 
Christiania Univ., Norway, 1888. Mem., A. M. 
A.; Chicago Med. Soc. Address, 4009 North Ave., 
Chicago. 

FREDERICK ALONZO BORDWELL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 

Stillwater (Minn.) H. S.; Univ. of Minn., Med. 

Sch., 2 yrs. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. M. 

A. Address, Marmarth, N. Dak.t 

DAVID GLADSTONE BORGES 
M.D.; b. Ag 19, 1878, Chicago; s. Joseph and 
Julie (Ohrenstein) Borges. Prepared in West Div. 
H. S., Chicago. Sigma Phi Epsilon Married 
Bartholdy Alberts, Ja 5, 1909, Chicago. Address, 
6601 Blackstone Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 6602 
Blackstone Ave., do. 

*FRED BRITTIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Univ. of III., Acad, and Pre-medic course, 1897- 
1901. Formerly located in Divernon, 111. Died, 
Jl 31, 1905 at his home in Springfield. 

RICHARD AMES BURKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Ishpeming (Mich.) H. S.; Univ. of Mich., Med. 
Sch., 1900-02. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., 
A. M. A. Address, Diorite, Mich.t 

♦EUGENE GEORGE CAMPANA 
M.D.; b. 1885. Prepared in Butte City (Mont.) 
H. S.; N. W. Univ., 1 yr.; Univ. of Calif., 2 yrs. 
Gen. Med. practice, Butte, Mont. Mem., Med. 
Assn. of Mont. Died F 8, 1917, Butte, Mont. 

HENRY SPENCER CAPPS 

Phys. and Health Off.; M.D.; b. Ja 8, 1875, 

Brazil, S. A.; s. W. H. and Annie E. (Ellis) Capps. 



Prepared in McKenzie Coll., Brazil. B.S., Univ. 
of Tenn,, 1900; M.D., Univ. of Louisville, 1903. 
Health OfT., Gulfport, Miss., 1912-17; do., Jeffer- 
son Co., Tex., 1920—. U. S. Pub. Health Serv., 
1918-19. Auth: Articles on Beri Beri, Tubercu- 
losis, Typhoid. Mem., Miss. Med. Soc; Jefferson 
Co. Med. Soc; Tex. Health Off. Assn. Married 
Ap 29, 1908, Hazlehurst, Miss. Address, Austin, 
Tex. 

ALBERT ORTON CARMACK 

Phys. and Surg. ; M.D.; b. S 22, 1873, Camargo, 
111.; s. Isaac A. and EHzabeth M. (Asbury) Car- 
mack. Prepared in Tuscola H. S.; De Pauw 
Univ. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Examiner on 
Exemption Bd. Mem., A. F. A. M. Married 
Blanche Wilcox, Ap 15, 1908, Joliet, 111. Address, 
Center, Neb. 

WILLIAM HENRY CARR 
Physician: M.D.; b. Mr 21, 1876, Wood Co. 
O.; s. John M. (b. 1844, O.) and Anna (Alexander) 
Carr (b. 1852, O.). B.S., Valparaiso Norm. 
Univ., 1899; M.D., Chicago Homeopathic Med. 
Coll., 1902. Located in Westport, S. Dak., 
S 1902-S 1903; Bays, O., Je 1904-Ag 1906; Davis- 
burg, Mich., Ag 1906-Jl 1914; Holly, Mich., Jl 
1914—. Mem., Oakland Co. Med. Soc; Mich. 
State Med. Soc; Am. Institute of Homeopathy; 
A. F. A. M.; R. & S. M. Married Sarah Eliza- 
beth Loveland, Jl 19, 1902, St. Joseph, Mich. 
Children: John Mitchell, b. D 3, 1903; Miriam 
Loveland, b. N 24, 1905. Address, Holly, Mich. 

SCHUYLER WINFRED CASE 

M.D.; b. Ja 13, 1881, Boone Co., 111.; s. Charles 
Center and Charlotte E. (Hayden) Case. Pre- 
pared in Rockford H. S. Nu Sigma Nu. Chi- 
cago Hosp., 1904-06; Seattle Wash., 1906—. 
Mem., King Co. Med. Soc; Wash. State Med. 
Soc; A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; Eagles; I. O. O. F.; 
L. O. O. M. Married Florence E. Bull, N 9, 
1912, Vancouver, Wa.sh. Child, Charles Center, 
b. O 30, 1914. Address, 3612 Fremont Ave., 
Seattle, Wash.; bus. add., 705-6-7 Joshua Green 
Bldg., do. 

JOHN ALGERNON CAVANAUGH 

Asst. Prof.; M.D. Phys., St. Anthonys Hosp., 
1909 — ; do., Univ. Hosp., 1915 — ; do., Columbus 
Hosp., 1915 — ; Instr., Surg., Rhinol., Laryngol., 
and Otol., Coll. of Med., 1914-16; Assoc, Surg., 
do.. 1916-18; Asst. Prof., Surg., 1919—. Address, 
7 W. Madison St., Chicago.t 

SPENCER NORMAN CHAFFEE 

Physician; M.D,; b. 1871, Ind.; s. Robert and 
Ann '(Shields) Chaffee. B.S., Kan. State Agr. 
Coll. Married Grace Mast, 1910, Talmage, Kan. 
Children: Jean, b. Jl 1911; Raymond, b. My 
1914; Lynn. b. O 1917. Address, Talmage, Kan. 

CHARLES ALBERT COFFIN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 7, 1872, Tecumseh. 
Mich.; s. A. B. and Mary (Cole) Coffin. Alpha 
Omega Alpha. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. 
Married Fanny E. Thorp, N 1906, Guelph, Ont. 
Child, Esther" B., b. O 1, 1907. Addre.^s, 419 
E. Prospect St., Kewanee, 111.; bus. add., 104 
E. 2nd St., do. 

TROVALO CHESTER COGGSHALL 

M.D.; b. Je 25, 1880, Winchester, Ind.; s. 
Job S. and Elizabeth (Bailey) Coggshall. Pre- 
pared in Ogden H. S.; Chicago Eye, Far, Nose, 
and Throat Coll.; Chicago Post-Grad. Med. Sch. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ag 4, 191S-J1 8, 1919; 
Overseas Serv., O 28, 1918-Je 29, 1919. Married 
Jessie S. McConn, F 11, 1905. Children: Mary. 
b. 1906; Chester, b. 1908; Robert, b. 1911. Ad- 
dress, Henry, 111. 



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SAMUEL NUEL COLLIVER 
Specialist: M.D.; b. Jc 9, 1S79, West Grove, la.; 
8. John and Martha Jane (Sawyer) Colliver. Pre- 
pared in So. la. Norm. Sch. Mem., A. F. A. M., 
Shrine; B. P. O. E. Postgrad, work, Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat, Univ. of Berlin, 1905-07; Univ. 
of Vienna, J912-I3; Specialist, do., Seattle. Ait- 
dress, Arctic Club, Seattle; bus. add., 214 Seaboartl 
BIdg., do. 

D. EDMUND CONE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 20, 1809; s. Barton 
(b. Ag 23, 1S24, Otsego, O.) and Juliann (Walker) 
(b. Je 4, 1S26, do.). Prepared in country scliool 
and Muskingum Coll. U.S., Valparai.so Univ., 
1S99; B.Pd., do. 1900. Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose 
and Throat Coll., 191V. Located in \alparaiso, 
Ind.. 1904-06; Coshocton, O., 1906—. U. S. 
Pension Examiner, 5 yrs.; Coshocton Bd. of 
Health, 1907-12. Married Alice Dolson, 1904, 
\alparaiso, Ind. Address, 216 S. 7th St., Cos- 
hocton, O. 

ATHOL LLEWELLYN COOK 
(Brother of George Frederick, '04) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 13, 1880, Mason 
City, III.; s. Frederick Halsey and Harriet (Sikcs) 
Cook. Prepared in III. \\'eslejan Univ.; Univ. 
of Chicago. Phi Alpha Gamma. Mem., A. F. 
A. M.; Mystic Shrine. Married Marion Von der 
Saar, Ja 13, 1914. Child, Barbara, b. N 8, 1917. 
Address, Anacortes, Wash. 

GEORGE FREDERICK COOK 
(Brother of Athol Llewellyn, '04) 
M.D.; b. S 8, 1878, Mason City, 111.; s. Fred- 
erick Halsey and Harriet E. (Sikes) Cook. Pre- 
pared in Alason Citv H. S.; Wesleyan Univ. 
Phi Alpha Gamma. , Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. 
O. E. Married Leah A. Minor. Address, Bell- 
ingham. Wash. 

EDWARD WILLIAM COONEY 
M.D.; b. S 24, 1874, Wis.; s. Thomas and 
Catherine (Kind) Cooney. Contract Surg., Army 
Service. Married Fannie Rooney, S 9, 1903. 
Children; Kathleen, b. O 5, 1909; Monica, b. 
O 22, 1913. Address, 971 Lawrence St., Appleton, 
Wis. 

THOM.\S JAMES COSTELLO 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Attended 
Univ. of Minn., 3 yrs. Gen. Med. practice. 
Formerly of Greenville, Minn. Address, 5324 
Ballard Ave., Seattle.t 

ARTHUR MURPHY CRANDALL 
Phys., Surg, and Oculist; M.D.; b. O 11, 1870. 
Prepared in Clermont (la.) H. S. Located in 
Madison, Minn.; formerly in Fairfax, Minn. 1st 
Lt., M. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. M. A.; A. F. A. M.; 
Congregational Church. Married Lydia Miller, 
O 26, 1904. Addres.i, Madison, Minn. 

PETER HUBERT CREMER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended 

Ky. Sch. of Med., 2 yrs. Formerly at Cashton, 

Wis. Gen. Med. practice, Hastings, Minn. Mem., 

A. M. A. Address, Hastings, Minn.t 

FRANK RICHARD CURNEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.- b. 1875. Prepared in 
N. West Div. H. 6. Coast Survey, Manila. 
Address, Manila, P. I.f 

GUY MAYNARD GUSHING 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. D 25, 1877, Kendallville, 
Ind.; s. William Maynard (b. N 4, 1832, Oneida 
Co., N. Y.) and Julia Ann (Ellenwood) Cusl.iiiK 
(b. .\k 29, 1840, Burton, ().). Prepared in Ken- 
dallville (Ind.) H. S. and \alparaiso Norm. Sf'h. 
M.D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chicago, 1900. 
Phi Upsilon Rho. Attending Surg., St. Bernard 



and Washington Park Hosps., Chicago. Mem. 
State Dept. of Registration and Educ. Mem. 
Local Exemption Bd., 74, Chicago; Med. Section: 
State Council of Defense; Vol. Med. Serv. Corps 
Nat. Council of Defense; in serv., Je 23, 1917 
Mr 31, 1919. Mem., Am. Institute of Homeo 
pathy; 111. Homeopathic Med. Assn.; Chicago 
Homeopathic Med. Soc. Married Louise Dan- 
forth, F 1, 1908, Chicago. Address, 6400 Harvard 
Ave., Chicago. 

FREDERICK CUTTLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Riverside H. S.; Univ. of Calif. Acad., 1898-1901. 
Gen. Med. piactice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
Hanford, Calif.t 

*JOHN RICHARD DALE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Eye, Ear, 
Nose, and Throat Specialist; formerly of Free- 
mont, la.; later at Hobart, Okla. Deceased. 

KARL AUGUST DANELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. State Univ. 
of la.. Coll. of Med., 1900-03; A.B., Augustana 
Coll., 1900. Formerly of Rock Island, HI.; later 
at 6622 S. Marshfield Ave., Chicago. Mem., A. 
M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc. Address, 33 W. 
Monroe St., Phoenix, Ariz.f 

FRAlsIK ELMER DAVID 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Je 4, 1871, Sandwich, 111.; 
s. Van Rensslaer and Marie E. (Davies) David. 
Prepared in Coll. of Dental Surg., Lake Forest, 
Univ. Alpha Omega Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa; 
Delta Sigma Delta. Mem., Cong. Church; A. 
F. A. M.; Institute of Med. Married Elizabeth 
W. Abbott, Je 27, 1894, Sandwich, 111. Address, 
700 Irving Park Blvd., Chicago; bus. add., Marshall 
Field Annex Bldg., do. 

FRANK DEACON 

Hosp. Supt.; M.D.; b. Je 24, 1876; s. William 
(b. 1840, Ireland) and Elizabeth (Cantlon) Deacon 
(b. 1845, do.) Prepared in Ireland. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Instr., Physiol., Coll. of Med., 1906-10; 
Supt., Woman's Hosp., Chicago. Inactive list, 
M. R. C. 1908-16; 1st Lt., Active Service in Mex., 
1916; Capt., M. R. C, U. S. A., Je 1917-Jl 1919; 
Maj., M. R. C, U. S. A., with A. E. F.; discharged 
Jl 31, 1919. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Assn. Mil. Surg.; Rotary 
Club, Chicago; Chicago Assn. of Commerce. Ad- 
dress, 460 E. 32nd St., Chicago. 

SUSIE MARION DE COU (BOCKOVEN) 
M.D.; b. D 4, 1872, Niagara Co., N. Y.; d. 
Theron T. and Panama N. (Wilkins) De Cou. 
Prepared in Holly (Mich.) H. S. Alpha Epsilon 
Iota. Gen. Med. practice, Bryant and Bourbon, 
Ind., until marriage; now living in Detroit. Mem., 
M. E. Church; Eastern Star; D. A. R. Married 
Clement H. Bockoven, Je 29, 1904, Chicago. 
Child, Harold, b. D 16, 1908. Address, 539 
Fisher St., Detroit. 

OTTO JOHN DEWITZ 
(Brother of Theodore H., '91, Ph.G.) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., '01; b. Je 7, 
1876, Peotone, 111.; s. Jacob (b. Ger.) and Mary 
(Offner) Dewitz (b. do.). Prepared in Peotone 
H. S. Phys. and Surg., Chicago, 1904—. Ex- 
aminer on Exemption Bd. Mem., A. M. A.; 
111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc. Married 
Hannah Rebecca Cbristcnsen, Ag 12, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 4001 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. 

SAMUEL J. DICKEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 15, 1880, Crawford Co., 
Pa.; s. Jacob T. and Rosetta (Lawrence) Dickey. 
Prepared in Hartstown (Pa.) H. S. Phi Beta Pi. 
Gen. Med. practice. Blooming Valley, Pa.; Con- 
neautville, do. Mem., Methodist Church; A. F. 
A. M. Address, Conneautville, Pa. 



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WILLIAM EUGENE DICKINSON 

(Cousin of Alan E. Gage, '12) 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 22, 1877, Cedar Falls, 
la.; s. Henry A. (b. Ag 1855, 111.) and Ellen (Gage) 
Dickinson (b. 1858, 111.). Prepared in Sioux Falls 
(S. Dak.) H. S., Baptist Coll., and Univ. of Neb., 
1900-03. Gen. Med. practice, Canastota, S. Dak., 
1904—. Capt., M. R. C, U. S. A.; 1st S. Dak. 
Vol. in Philippines, 1898-1900. Mem., S. Dak. 
State Med. Soc. ; Married Pearl Ruby Phillips, 
S 23, 1903, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Child, John 
Henry, b. 1904. Address, Canastota, S. Dak. 

FRANKLIN COMMODORE DIELMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 20, 1878, Akron, 
Ind.; s. John and Anna (Craig) Dielman, Pre- 
pared in Akron (Ind.) H. S. Mem., K. P.; A. F. 
A. M.; Eastern Star; United Brethren Church. 
Married Ida F. Jewell, Jl 2, 1905, Rochester, Ind. 
Children: Mildred Mae, b. N 27, 1910; John H., 
b. My 15, 1913; Robert F., b. Jl 9, 1916. Ad- 
dress, Fulton, Ind. 

BERT JOHN DILLON 
M.D.; b. F 29, 1880, Volga, la.; s. Cris and 
Kate (Morrison) Dillon. Married Clemence Kel- 
ley, S 1908. Children: Joe, b. 1911; Helen, b. 
1913. Address, Waterville, la. 

ALBERT LEROY DOE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Webster (S. Dak.) H. S.; Univ. of Minn., Med. 
Sch., 2 yrs. Gen. Surg, practice, Long Beach, 
Calif.; formerly of Lake City, Minn.; later at 
Powells, N. Dak.; Address, 3833 E. 2nd St., Long 
Beach, Calif.; bus. add., 1st and Pine Sts., do.t 

JOHN PHILIP DOUGHERTY 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1875. Attended Creighton 
Med. Coll., 2 yrs. Mem., la. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A. Formerly located at Rochester, Minn. 
Address, 1802 Douglas St., Sioux City, la.; bus. 
add., 420 Trimble Bldg., do.t 

FREDERICK MURRAY DOYLE 
(Brother of Nicholas Murray, '13) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 26, 1880, Caledonia, 
Ont.; s. John (b. 1840, Trafalgar, Ont.) and Mar- 
garet (Murray) Doyle (b. 1841, Caledonia, do.). 
Prepared in Caledonia. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
Instr., Phys. Diagnosis, Chicago Policlinic, 1914 — •; 
Attending Phys., Hou.se of Good Shepherd, Chi- 
cago, do.; Phys., Open Air Sch., Chicago, 1915 — •. 
Capt., M. R. C, U. S. A.; Joined 7th Regt., 
111. Nat. Guards, O 1919 as Asst. Surg. (Regi- 
mental). Mem., K. of C, 1913—; Pasteur Club, 
Chicago, 1916 — ; Theo. Kock Tuberculosis Soc, 
do., 1915 — ; Chicago Med. Soc, 1914—; A. M. A. 
do.; HI. State Med. Soc, do.; N. A. Pub. Health 
Assn., 1918 — . Address, Plaza Hotel, Chicago; 
6ms. add., 1316 Sedgwick St., do. 

ROYAL JAMES DUNN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared 
in Ann Arbor (Mich.) H. S.; Univ. of Mich., 
Med. Sch., 1900-01; Detroit Med. Coll., 1901-03. 
Formerly located in Emmett, Mich. Address, 
1341 Water St., Port Huron, Mich.; bus. add., 
202 Huron St., do.f 

WILLIAM HENRY DURKEE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 23, 1868, Thomson, 
III.; 8. George A. (b. O 12, 1839, Johnstown, O.) 
and Annie Alice (Clark) Durkee (b. My 10, 1848, 
Janesville, O.). Ph.B., No. 111. Coll. of Ophthal- 
mol, and Otol., 1893. Mem., Fulton City Lodge 
189, A. F. A. M., Royal Arch Chapter 108, De- 
Moloy Consistorv, 32". Married Mary Eva 
Nichols, O 3, 1897, St. Catherine, Mo. Children: 
Leah A., b. D 30, 1898; George Chandler, b. 
Mr 28, 1902. Address, Fulton, 111. 



HOWARD DEMAREST EATON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended 
Hahnemann Med. Coll., 3 yrs. A.B., Beloit 
Univ., 1900. Tuberculosis Specialist; formerly 
of Chihuahua, Mex.; later located at Shopiere, 
Wis. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., Ag 20-D 21, 1918; 
Ft. Riley, M. O. T. C, Ag 20-O 2, 1918; Ward 
Surg., Base Hosp., Camp Custer, O 3-N 15, 1918; 
Asst. Post Surg., Post Hosp., Ft. McKinley, Me., 
N 17-D 1, 1918; do.. Ft. Constitution, Portsmouth, 
N. H., D 2-D 21, 1918; Capt., M. R. C, U. S. A., 
1918—. Address, Harvard, lU.t 

♦JACOB LEONARD EISENDRATH 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in N. 
Division H. S., Chicago. Formerly located at 
1733 N. Halsted St., Chicago. Died, Ja 25, 1919, 
Chicago. 

CHARLES E. ERICSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 26, 1879, Jersey City, 
N. J.; s. Charles John (b. 1858, Sweden) and 
Mary (Sundine) Ericson (b. 1857, do.). Prepared 
in Quincy H. S. Phi Rho Sigma. Asst. Surg., 
111. Soldiers and Sailors Home, 1904-12; Med. 
Staff, Blessing Hosp., Quincy, 111. Meni. of Bd. 
of Registration; Examiner for Exemption Bd.; 
Med. Advisory Bd., during World War. Mem., 
Adams Co. Med. Soc. (Pres. 1918); A. M. A. 
(Fellow); B. P. O. E. Address, 205}^ N. 8th 
St., Quincy, 111. 

ROBERT THORNTON EWAN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 

Cuba H. S.; Keokuk Med. Coll., 2 yrs. Gen. 

Med. practice; formerly located in Smithfield, 111.; 

later in Salt Lake City. Address, Lewiston, Ill.t 

LOUIS FAULKNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Chicago Homeo- 
pathic Med. Coll., 1896. Intern, Chicago Homeo- 
pathic Hosp., 18 mos. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago 
Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc. Address, 334 
N. Parkside Ave., Chicago.f 

♦HERBERT WORK FERRY 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1880. Veteran of Spanish- 
Am. War. Died, F 14, 1913, at his home in Poland, 



J. ELIOT FOLTZ 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 15, 1878, Mo.; s. J. T. 
and America (Benner) Foltz. Prepared in Little 
River (Kan.) H. S. Mem., A. M. A.; 7th Dist. 
Med. Soc; Kan. Med. Soc; Reno Co. Med. Soc; 
A. F. A. M. Married Gertrude N. Harrison, 
Jl 5, 1905, Topeka, Kan. Child, Eliot E., b. 
D 16. 1914. Address, 1500 N. Main St., Hutchin- 
son, Kan.; bus. add., 200 N. Main St., do. 

WILLIAM WATSON GAILEY 
Phys, and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Ashland H. S. Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega 
Alpha. Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialist. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., F 5, 1918-Mr 15, 1919; 
U. S. Gen. Hosp. 9, Lakewood, N. J. Mem., 
Chicago Ophthalmol. Soc; A. M. A. Address, 
617 Griesham Bldg., Bloomington, Ill.t 

FRANCIS HARVEY GAMBELL 
M.D.; b. Ap 3, 1870, Winfield, la.; s. John and 
Margaret Jane (Fulton) Gambell. M.D., Keokuk 
Med. Coll., 1898. Red Cross work in Siberia, 
1919-20. Married Helen Maybelle Fernstown, 
O 15, 1902. Children: Francis C; John C; 
George F.; WiUiam B.; Robert F. Address, 
Willows, Calif. 

IRWIN ADELBERT GARDNER 
M.D.; b. My 27, 1873, Frankfort, N. Y. Sig- 
ma Phi. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Chicago Med. Soc. Address, 2321 S. State St., 
Chicago. 



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WILFRED HENRY GARDNER 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S7S. Prepared in 
III. Wesleyan Univ., Bloomington, 111. M.D., Clii- 
cago Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1902. M. R. C, 
U. S. A. Address, Griesham Bldg., Bloomington, 
Ill.t 



CARL ALBERT GESSWEIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 30, 1881, Canton, 
O.; s. Gustave and Mary (Dorn) Gesswein. Pre- 
pared in Hamilton (O.) H. S. Mem., A. A. O. 
N. M. S.; Co. Med. Soc. Married Bessie Morrow, 
Je 1905. Address, Matawan, N. J. 



CHARLES WILLIAM GIESEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 2S, 1879, Calmar, la.; 
s. Conrad and Anna (Huber) Giesen. Prepared 
in Calmar (la.) H. S.; la. State Coll., 1898. Phi 
Beta Pi. Dermatologist, Superior, Wis., 1910; 
Gcnito-Urinarv Specialist, do., 1921. Capt., M. C, 
World War. Mem., A. M. A.; Catholic Church. 
Married Emma E. Hudson, Ap 28, 1908. Chil- 
dren: Conrad, b. Mr 10, 1909; Elizabeth, b. D 
10, 1912; Charles P., b. Ag 13, 1920. Address, 
Bd. of Trade Bldg.. Superior, Wis. 



ESTHER GIMSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Heddington Coll.; N. W. Woman's Med. Coll., 
1900-02. Formerly with the M. E. Mission, 
Bareilly, India. Mem., A. M. A.; State Med. 
Soc. of Wis. Address, Jefferson, la.t 



IS.^A.C LOTT GOTTHELF 
M.D.; b. F 2, 1880; s. Florence M. Lott. Mar- 
ried Ruth Townsend. Address, Saguache, Colo. 

CHARLES MICKEL GRAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 26, 1879, Mill- 
\-ille, X. J.; 8. William Lee (b. 1834, Millville, 
N. J.) and Mary A. (Jones) Gray (b. 1844, Wood- 
bury, N. J.). Prepared in South Jersey Inst., 
Bridgeton, N. J. Alpha Kappa. Capt., M. C, 
U. S A., World War; Chief, Camp Urolog. Serv., 
Camp Dix, N. J. Mem., Cumberland Co. Med. 
Soc. (Ex-Pres.) N. J. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 
Assn. Mil. Surgs.- Soc. Officers Foreign Wars; 
Am. Legion; Vineland Country Club (Ex-Pres.). 
Married, Je 27, 1906, Hornell, N. Y. Child, 
Kathryn Lee, b. F 20, 1913. Address, 6th and 
Grape Sts., Vineland, N. J. 



HARRY BALDWIN GUDGEL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Hazelton (Ind.) H. S.; Med. Coll. of Ind., 1899- 
1900; Louisville Med. Coll., 1900-03. Practice 
limited to Internal Med., Princeton, Ind.; Phoenix , 
Ariz. M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. M. A.; 
Ind. State Med. Assn. Address, Phoenix, Ariz.t 



CORNELIUS GUNDERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
Jefferson H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
2554 Logan Blvd., Chicago.t 



EMIL HABERMAN 
Phys! and Surg.; M.D.; b.,1878. Keokuk Med. 
Coll., 1900-02. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 
located at Alpha, S. Dak.; later at Andrus Bldg., 
Minneapolis. Address, Osakis, Minn.f 



STEPHEN V. HAESSLY 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in Ellsworth 
(Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice; formerly of 
Herbert, Wis. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Fari- 
bault, Minn.t 



GRACE FRITH HAGANS (JERGER) 
(Wife of Joseph A. Jerger, '05) 
M.D.; b. F 9, 1878; d. Thomas Tuzo (b. Ja 
1847, Bermuda) and Zella Mary (Billings) Frith 
(b. S 15, 1867, Keokuk, la.). Prepared in St. 
Katharines Sch., Davenport, la. Alpha Epsilon 
Iota; Class Hi.storian, 1904; Class Treas., 1900. 
Intern, Womans Hosp., Chicago, 1904-05; Re- 
search, Vaccine Therapy in pvt. lab. of Dr. L. 
L. McArthur and John Hallister, St. Lukes Hosp., 
Chicago, 1906-07; Located in Waterloo, la.. 
1908-16; Traveled in Japan, China, Philippines, 
Thursday Island, Aus., New Zealand, Fiji and 
Hawaiian Islands, 1916-17. Located in Chicago, 
1917 — . Auth.: Observations on Opsonic Index 
and Vaccine Therapy as applied to Staphylococ- 
cus Infections, Surg. Gynecol, and Obstetrics 1907. 
Alumnae Ed., St. Katharines Wheel, 1916-18. 
Mem., la. State Soc. Med. Women (Treas., 
1910-13, Sec, 1913-15). Married Joseph Am- 
brosia Jerger, N 17, 1908, Chicago. Child, Wil- 
bur Joseph, b. S 6, 1917. Address, 4822 Dorchester 
Ave., Chicago. 



EDWARD LEO HALLINAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Clinton (la.) H. S.; State Univ. of la.. Coll. of 
Med. Address, 614 6th Ave., Clinton, la.t 



EDWIN WILSON GRAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Attended 
N. W. Univ. and Harvey Med. Coll., before en- 
tering Coll. of Med. Formerly at 1124 Sheridan 
Road, Evanston, 111. Address, 1251 N. Calif. 
Ave., Chicago. t 



HENRY LUDWIG HALVERSON 
M.D.; b. Ag 19, 1879; s. Hans J. and Martha 
(Lee) Halverson. Prepared in Cashton (Wis.) 
H. S. Mem., I. O. O. F.; M. W. A. Married 
Grace Hanson, Je 24, 1908, Minot, N. Dak. Chil- 
dren: Merna, b. My 6, 1909; Clayton, b. Je 16, 
1911. Address, Deslacs, N. Dak. 



JOSEPH AINSWORTH GREAVES 
M.D.; b. D 3, 1873, Chicago; s. James A. and 
Sarah (Wood) Greaves. Prepared in North 
Di\'ision H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Mem., 
M. E. Church; A. F. A. M. Married Belle F. 
Butler, Je 22, 1904. Child, Joseph A. Jr., b. 
My 2. 1905. Address, 742 N. Dearborn St., 
Chicago; bus. add., 531 Rush St., do. 



HELEN ELVIRA GREGG 
Phy.s. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Attended 
N. W. Univ. Womans Med. Coll., 1900-02. Mem., 
Med. Womans Club. Address, 5508 W. Adams 
St., Chicago; bus. add., 209 8. State St., do.t 



SETH A. HAMMEL 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 22, 1879; a. George 
M. (b. O 9, 1849, Wurtemberg, Ger.) and Nancy 
F;ilen (Gatewood) Hammel (b. 1859, Ind.). Pre- 
pared in Topeka (Kan.) H. S. Intern, Chicago 
Policlinic Hosp., 1904-D 1905. Hosp. Steward, 
20th Kan. Inf., U. S. N., My 13, 1898-Ag 27, 1899; 
Officer, M. C, K. N. G., 1910—; Commander 
of Field Ho.sp. 139, 110th San. Train, 35th Div.; 
Maj.. M. C. U. S. A., Ag 4, 1917-Ag 1, 1919. 
Mem., A. M. A., 1900—; Kan. State Med. Soc, 
do. Married Eva A. Roter, Jl 15, 1914. Child, 
Elizabeth Ellen, b. F 9, 1917. Address, 1212 W. 
7th St., Topeka, Kan.; bus. add., 114 W. 8th 
St., do. 



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IRA CHASE HARMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; A.B., 1904; b. Ag 6, 
1879, Milford, III.; s. J. M. and Emma (Cox) 
Harman. Prepared in Sheldon H. S. and Eureka 
Coll. Phi Rho Sigma. Gen, Med. and Surg. 
practice. Mem., Local Bd. 9, Cook Co., World 
War. Married Grace Twining, Ag 4, 1910, Morri- 
son, 111. Address, 78 111. St., Chicago Heights, 111.; 
bus. add., 1540 Scott Ave., do. 

ARTHUR LEE HARNETT 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 12, 1881, Macon, Mo.; 
s. Peter H. and Sophronia (Church) Harnett. 
Prepared in Englewood H. .S. Gen. Med. practice. 
Married Irma Waddington, N 11, 1906, Seattle. 
Children: Arthur, b. D 7, 1907; Robert, b. Mr 
28, 1910. Address, Big Lake, Wash. 

WILLIAM EMERY HARRINGTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Carleton Coll., Northfield, Minn., 1 yr. Gen. 
Med. practice; formerly located in Owatonna, 
Minn.; Wakita, Okla. M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem., 
A. M. A. Address, 515 E, Rush St., Marshall, 
Tex.; bus. add., 2143^ N. Washington St., do.f 

WAYNE ADELBERT HARRIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.;b. O 9, 1881, Johnstown, 
Pa.; s. W. W. and Alice (Strayer) Harris. Pre- 
pared in Bloomfield (la.) H. S. Married Essie 
Hanke, F 9, 1909. Address, Centerville, la. 

PERCY PARKER HASLIT 
Orthopedic Surg.; M.D.; b. 188.3. Prepared in 
Univ. of 111., Urbana Depts., 1899-1900. M. R. 
C, U. S. A. Address, Marshall, 111. 

*CHALMER N. HATFIELD 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 30, 1877, Fostoria, O.; 
s. P. J. and Ella (Jones) Hatfield. Prepared in 
Fostoria (O.) H. S.; Univ. of Mich. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Mem., Presby. Church. Married, O 31, 
1906. Child, Helene E., b. N 21, 1911. Died, 
Ap 22, 1919, Fostoria, O. 

HILLIS H. HATTERY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Waterloo (la.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice; former- 
ly of Portland, Ore. M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 
Pendleton, Ore.t 

ANDREW PETER HAWKINS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Spring Valley (Minn.) H. S. Ph.G., Valparaiso 
Univ. Sch. of Pharm. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, Waubay, S. Dak.f 

*EDGAR D. HEATON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Keokuk 
Med. CoU., 1900-03. Formerly located in Center- 
ville, la.; later at Ottumwa, do. Gen. Med. 
practice, Lancaster, Mo. Mem., A. M. A. Died, 
O 4, 1920, Lancaster, Mo. 

MILES AKIN HEFFELFINGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Morgan Park Acad.; Notre Dame Univ. Gen. 
Med. practice; formerly located at Grundy Center, 
la. M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 1128 Marion 
St., Los Angeles; 6ms. add., Haas Bldg., do.t 

ANDREW JOHN HEIMARK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 20, 1880, Clark- 
field, Minn; s. Jacob and Christine O. (Sporebo) 
Heimark. Prepared in St. Olaf Coll., Northfield, 
Minn. Sigma Phi Epsilon. M. C, 482 Aero 
Squadron, World War. Married Florence E. 
Powell, Jl 12, 1905, Chicago. Children: Phyllis, 
b. Je 23, 1907; Cecil, b. O 30, 1910. Address, 
Finley, N. Dak. 

ALOYS HEINEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1862. Prepared in 
Gymnasium, Grevenbroich, Ger. Practice limited 



to Internal Med.; Prof., Gastro., Chicago Poli- 
clinic. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc; Ger. Med. Soc. of Chicago. 
Address, 664 Wellington St., Chicago; bus. add., 
30 N. Mich. Ave., do.t 

ALBERT FRANCIS HENNING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Buena Vista Coll., la.; State Univ. of la. Former- 
ly located in Newell, la. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago 
Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc Address, 6342 
Kenwood Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 1133 E. 63rd 
St., do.t 

*ALFRED AUGUSTUS HERRMANN 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in Chicago 
H. S.; N. W. Med. Coll., 1899-1902. Mem., 
A. M. A. Died, N 29, 1910, Pasadena, Calif. 

WILLIS TOWNSEND HINMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 13, 1873, Osco, 
111. Ph.G., 1895. Mem., A. M. A. Address, ' 
505 Reliance Bldg., Moline, 111. 

RALPH THOMPSON HINTON 
M.D.; b. F 19, 1881; s. N. J. and Lois (Thomp- 
son) Hinton. Prepared in Quincy H. S., and 
Chaddock Coll., Quincy, 111. Phi Rho Sigma; 
Alpha Omega Alpha. Managing Off., Elgin State 
Hosp., Elgin, 111. Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E. 
Married Alma Thompson, Je 17, 1908. Children: 
Ralph J,, b. Ag 25, 1908; Elizabeth Rose. Ad- 
dress, Elgin, 111. 

GEORGE PAUL HOHLY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 21, 1877, T6ledo, 
O.; s. Charles and Phoebe (Reed) Hohly. Mar- 
ried, 1909, Toledo, O. Children: Paul Charles, 
b. Mr 22, 1914; Robert, b. N 10, 1915. Address. 
2882 Broadway, Toledo, O.; bus. add., 324 Logan 
St., do. 

LeROY JOHN HOLMBERG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 8, 1875, La Crosse, 
Wis.; s. G. H. and Alida (Stakke) Holmberg. 
Prepared in Galesville (Wis.) H. S. and Gale Coll., 
Galesville, Wis. Alpha Omega Alpha. Gen. 
Med. and Surg, practice. Serv., U. S. A., Ft. 
Riley; Camp Polk; Camp Greene, World War. 
Married Leila A. Thompson, Je 24, 1902, Gales- 
ville, Wis. Child, Millard L., b. Ag 2, 1905. 
Address, Canby, Minn. 

FRANK MARION HORSTMAN 
Teacher; M.D.; b. F 17, 1878, Norwalk, Wis.; 
s. W. F. and Amanda (Craft) Horstman. Pre- 
pared in Barron (Wis.) H. S.; Valparaiso Univ. 
Coll. of Pharm., and Superior State Norm. Sch. 
B.S., Loyalo Univ., 1913. Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Nu Sigma Nu. Prof., Physiol., Loyola Univ. Sch. 
of Med., 5 yrs.; Instr., Biol., Histol., and Embryo!., 
Coll. of Med., 1910-12; Instr., do., and Jr. Med., 
1912-13; Head of Chem. Dept., McKinley H. S., 
Chicago. Auth.: Lab. Manual of Phy.siol. Mem., 
R. A. M., Normal Park Chap. Married Mabel 
Hepburn, O 9, 1907, Chicago. Child, Catherine, 
b. Ag 16, 1912. Address, 3943 W. Van Buren 
St., Chicago. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK HOUK 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 1, 1876, Crown Point, 
Ind.; s. John and Margaret (Fehlman) Houk. 
Gen. Med. Practice. Married, Jl 14, 1904. Ad^ 
dress. Crown Point, Ind. 

JAMES BURNETT HUNDLEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 9, 1880; s. Thomas 
W. and Cora A. (Calhoun) Hundley. Prepared 
in Owensboro (Ky.) Coll. Gen. Med. and Surg, 
practice, Danville, 111. Mem., B. P. O. E. Mar- 
ried Elenore M. Allison, 1910, Terre Haute, Ind. 
Children: Thomas W., b. My 29, 1912; Beverly 
Jane, b. Je 11, 1920. Address, 16 S. Main St., 
Danville, 111.; bus. add.. 304 Temple Bldg., do. 



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OWEN GHORMLEY HUTCHISON 
Physician: M.D.; b. Je 11, 1879, Clarence, HI.; 
s. William A. (b. D 18, 1850, Millersburg. O.) and 
Margaret (Ghormley) Hutchison (b. Ag 11, 1854. 
Northwood, O.). Prepared in Rice Collegiate In- 
stitute, Paxton and Hanover College. Phi Gamma 
Delta. Graduate work in Oi)hthalmol., Otol., and 
Rhinol. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, 
Paxton, 111.. U)05-1C; Wichita, Kan.. 1906—. 
Married Fannie Leighton, Ja 21, 1906, Wichita, 
Kan. Child, Helen, b. O 21, 1916. Address. 1123 
Riverside Ave., Wichita. Kan. 

GEORGE MEEK INGHAM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Wilton (la.) H. S. and Shattuck Mil. Acad.; 
State Univ. of la. Address, 3516 Sarnow PI., 
Milwaukee; bus. add., 2820 Lisbon Ave., rfo.f 

EDWARD TAYLOR JARVIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Plymouth H. S. Formerly at 536 Arlington Place, 
Chicago. Address, Colchester, lU.t 

CHARLES EVERETT JONES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G.. 1898; b. 1864. 
Formerly of Oak Park, 111. Address, 327 N.' Pine 
Ave., Chicago.t 

GEORGE TIMOTHY JOYCE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Rochester (Minn.) Industrial Sch.; State Univ. 
of la.. Coll. of Med., 1 jt. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, Rochester, ^linn.t 

THEODORE SIMON KAMMERLING 
Pbysicianj^ M.D.; b. Je 3, 1881, Ind.; s. Jacob 
and Anna K. Kammerling. Gen. Med. practice. 
Advisory Bd., World War. Married Margaret 
Clefisch, Jl 10, 1909. Two children. Address, 
Spencer. S. Dak. 

FRANK MILES KEEFE 
Gen. Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 19, 1879, Clinton, la.; 
s. Thomas and Mary (Miles) Keefe. Prepared in 
Clinton (la.) H. S. Nu Sigma Nu. Intern,- 1st 
West Side Hosp. Gen. Surg., Clinton, la. 1st 
Lt. M. C. Camp Custer, Mich., 4 mos.. World 
War. Mem.. N. W. Ry. Surg.; Am. Ry. Surg.; 
Clinton Co. Med. Soc; la. State Med. Soc; A. 
M. A. Address, Lafayette Hotel. Clinton. la.; 
bus. add., 301-3 Wilson Bldg., do. 

ELLEN PAULINE KETCHUM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 
Univ. of 111. (Urbana Depts.) Formerly located 
in La Prairie, 111. Address, Bowen. Ill.f 

, JAMES BOLTON KNIPE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 15, 1881, Butler 
Co., la.; 8. Jacob M. (b. Je 30, 1848, Montgomery 
Co.. Pa.) and Anne (Bolton) Knipe (b. F 10, 
1850. Dinwiddle Co., Va). Prepared in New 
Hartford (la.) H. S.; Cornell Coll., Mt. Vernon, 
la., 1896-97. Ph.G.. Drake Univ., 1900. Phi 
Beta Pi. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., S 1.5-D 5, 1918. 
Married, Je 1, 1908, Armstrong, la. Children: 
Alice Edith, b. O 19, 1909; Wilham Jacob, b. 
Mr 31. 1912; James Stuart, b. N 14, 1918. Ad- 
dress, Armstrong, la. 

SUSAN LILLIAN KOONS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 

Bloomsburg State Norm. Sch.. 1895; Womans Med. 

Coll., 1900-02. Formerly located in Harveyville, 

Pa.t 

GEORGE JOSEPH KRUK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute. 1900-03. Address, 17 oO W. 18th 
St.. Chicago.t 



BENJAMIN GABRIEL LANDAU 
M.D.; b. Je 13, 1877, Chicago; s. Samuel and 
Theresa (Bremler) Landau. Married Clara Hirsh, 
O 14. 1913, Cliicago. Child. Edith, b. F 16. 
1915. Address, 362 E. 53 St., Chicago; bus. add., 
5751 Indiana Ave., do. 

GUSTAV ADOLPH LANDMANN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 14, 1880; s. Paul and 
Kariline (Serr) Landmann. Prepared in Lake 
Forest Acad. Phi Beta Pi. Gen. Med. practice. 
Scotland, S. Dak. Capt., M. C. U. S. A., World 
War. Mem., Consistory, Shrine. Married Linda 
Rosenhcimer, 1905, Kewaskum, Wis. Children: 
Paul, b. 1910; Ruth, b. 1912. Address, Scotland, 
S. Dak. 

DANIEL WINFIELD LAYMAN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Des Moines (la.) H. S.; State Univ. of la.. Coll. 
of Med., 1900-03. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 
of Garwin, la. Address, 915 35th St., Des Moines.t 

ARTHUR LELL LEEDS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. B.S., LaFayette 
Coll.. 1893; M.D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., 1902. 
M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 424 Franklin St., 
Michigan City. Ind.t 

BENJAMIN E. LeMASTER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 

West. 111. State Norm. Sch.; Ph.G., Valparaiso 

Univ., 1900. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. 

Address, Bushnell, Ill.t 

WILLIAM HENRY LIPMAN 
Med. Dir.; M.D.; b. Je 22, 1876, Rus.; s. Louis 
and Miriam (Sack) Lipman. Prepared in Pub. 
Schs., Europe. Med. Dir., Swift & Co., Chicago. 
Auth.: Articles in Am. Jour. Pub. Health, and 
Modern Hosp. Mem., A. F. A. M.. Eng. Lodge 
690; A. M. A.; Am. Pub. Health Assn. Married 
Bessie Lisky. F 26, 1905, Chicago. Children: 
Esther, b. F 26, 1907; Marshall, b. Je 6. 1910. 
Address, 1019 E. 62nd St., Chicago; 6ms. add.. 
Swift & Co.. Union Stock Yards, do. 

MARTHA L. LONGSTREET 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 27, 1870, Erie, Pa.; 
d. Francis P. (b. 1843, Hawley, Pa.) and Mary 
E. (Lazarus) Longstreet (b. 1846, Columbia Co., 
Pa.). Prepared in Saginaw (Mich.) H. S. Alpha 
Epsilon Iota; Honor Roll, Sr. Yr. Grad. work, 
Pediatrics, N. Y. Post-Grad. Sch., 1914. Gen. 
Med. practice, Saginaw, Mich. Mem., A. M. A.; 
Mich. State Med. Soc; Co. Med Soc. Address, 
520 Hayden St., Saginaw, Mich. 

SHERMAN L. LOUPEE 
M.D.; b. S 4, 1872; s. Oscar (b. F 12, 1843. 
Cass Co., Mich.) and Anna (Jones) Loupee (b. 
Mr 19, 1845, do.). Prepared in Mich. State 
Norm. Coll. Alpha Omega Alpha; Roll of Honor, 
1904. Located in Jones, Mich., 1904-05; Vandalia. 
do., 190.5-19; Dowagiac, do., 1919 — . Local Bd. 
Examiner, 1917-18. Mem., Co. Med. Soc; Mich. 
.State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Mr 7, 1894. 
Children: Burton, b. D 11, 1899; Grace W., b. 
F 6, 1906; George, b. Mr 17, 1908; Anna M. 
b. My 11, 1910. Address, 210 Courtland St.. 
Dowagiac, Mich.; bus. add., 1263^ Front St., do. 

HAROLD ROY LUCAS 
M.D.; b. Jl 7, 1876, Harpers Station, O.; s. 
John E. and Malissie Ann (\Vare) Lucas. Pre- ■ 
pared in Lyons (Kan.) H. S. Division Surg., 
Frisco R. R., Chaffee, Mo., S 1909; Consulting 
Surg., do., Joplin. Mo., 1909-18; Grad. work. Eye. 
Ear, Nose, and Throat, Harvard, and Mass. Gen. 
Hosp.. Boston, 1919; Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose, 
and Throat and A. A. Surg., U. S. Pub. Health 
Serv., Portland, Ore., My 1920 — . Base Hosp. 
1, U. S. Navy. Boston, Mass., World War. Mem., 
A.M. A.; local Med. Societies; A. F. A. M., Shrine; 



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Presby. Church. Married Mary M. Neergaard, 
S 13, 1909, Springfield. Mo. Child, Harold Roy, 
Jr., b. Ag 2, 1910. Address, 691 Multnomah St., 
Portland, Ore.; bus. add., 220 Med. Bldg., do. 

EDWARD LUKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 10, 1874, Dan- 
ville, 111.; s. Charles and Caroline (Kahler) Luke 
Phys. and Surg, and X-Ray work. Coin, la., 1905 — 
Home Serv,, World War. Mem., A. M. A. 
Page Co. Med. Soc; la. State Med. Soc; M. E 
Church; A. F. A. M., Shrine, York Rite. Mar- 
ried Delia Johnson, Ap 190.5, Monroe, Mo. Chil- 
dren: Charles D., b. O 4, 1907; Carohne May, 
b. Je 1910. Address, Coin, la. 

♦ROBERT EDWARD McCRACKEN 
Phys. and Drug.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1893; b. 1866, 
Brussels, Ont. Prepared in H. S. Apprenticed 
to H. P. Hansen, St. Paul, Neb., and H. H. McPher- 
son, Chicago, 1889-93; at one time employed as 
Pharm., 530 Grand Ave., Chicago; located at 
Central City, Neb.; later at 1334 14th St., Oakland, 
Calif. Died Ap 11, 1915, E. Oakland, Calif. 

WALTER ALLAN McEACHERN 
M.D.; b. S 5, 1873, Eau Claire, Wis.; s. Alex- 
ander and Frances Ellen (Wright) McEachern. 
Prepared in Superior (Wis.) H. S.; Univ. of Wis. 
Phi Rh6 Sigma. Lt. and later Capt., M. C, 
U. S. A.; Maj., M. R. C, Ag 6, 1917-S20, 1919, 
World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F. ; 
B. P. O. E.; A. M. A.; State Med. Soc; Co. Med. 
Soc. Married Helen M. Skinner, Ag 1905, Lake 
City, Minn. Children: Janet, b. N 25, 1912; 
John Allen, b. Je 12, 1915. Address, Superior, 
Wis. 

♦JOSEPH ALOYSIUS McGOEY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1897; b. 1876. 
M.D., Harvey Med. Coll., 1903. Gen. Med. 
practice. Kinsman, HI. Deceased. 

PORT McWHORTER 
M.D.; b. S 25, 1878, Altoona, la.; s. Arno M. 
and Lydia A. (Willitt) McWhorter. Prepared in 
Miller, S. Dak. Army Serv., Kelley Field and 
Base Hosp. 1, San Antonio, Tex., 9 mos. Mar- 
ried Helen A. Waters, Jl 25, 1906. Address, 
Miller, S. Dak. 

*MANFERD ROBERT MARTIN 
M.D.; b. 1^80. Mem,, Utah State Med. Assn. 
Home, Vernal, Ut. Died My 8, 1916, Chicago. 

LUTHER MARTIN MARVEL 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 31, 1872, Waynesville, 
111; s. Wiley (b. 1839, do.) and EUzabeth (Williams) 
Marvel (b. 1845, do.). Prepared in Waynesville 
Academy. Located in Deland, 111., 1904-9; Wel- 
don. 111., 1909—. Mem., M. P. Church; A. M. 
A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Dewitt Co. Med. Soc. 
Married O 2, 1901, Beacon, 111. Child, Pauline, 
b. Jl 9, 1906. Address, Weldon, 111. 

ORSON EUGENE MATTER 
M.D.; b. Ja 2, 1872; s. Joseph and Caroline 
(Shaw) Matter. Exemption Bd., World War. 
Mem., I. O. O. F.; K. P. Married Jennie Linsday, 
Ap 21, 1897. Address, 216 N. 3rd Ave., Maywood, 
111. 

CHARLES WESLEY MATTISON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 24, 1874, Oskaloosa, 
la.; s. James (b. N 19, 1838, Westmoreland Co., 
Eng.) and Martha (Mendenhall) Mattison (b. 
1842, Columbiana Co., O). Prepared in Oska- 
loosa (la.) H. S. B.S., Penn Coll., O.skaloosa, 
[a.. 1900. Gen. Med. practice, Swea City, la., 
1904-17; Los Angeles, 1917—. Mem., M. E. 
Church (Official Bd.); A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F. 
Married, 1900, Oskaloosa, la. Children: James, 
b. Jl 25, 1901 (died Ja 21, 1902) Clarence A., b. 
My 7. 1905. Address, 400 W. Ave. 56, Los An- 
geles, Calif.; bus. add., 5636 Pasadena Ave., do. 



EDWARD ANTON MAYER 
M.D.; b. Ja 27, 1873; s. Joseph L. and Severin 
(Schmid) Mayer. Prepared in Chicago Ophthal- 
mic Coll., 1898. Married Evangeline A. LaFond, 
S 2, 1903. Address, Kaukauna, Wis. 

NEHEMIAH PAUL MEAD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Ph.G., State 
Univ. of la., 1897. Formerly of Akron, la. 
Address, Wenatchee, Wash. J 

♦ARTHUR ELLISON MIDGLEY 
M.D.; b. D 12, 1878; s. John W. and Luella 
(Wheeler) Midgley. Prepared in Lewis Institute, 
Chicago. Lt. Col., M. C, U. S. A., C. O. 3rd Sari. 
Tr., A. E. F., World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.. 
Scottish Rite, 32°. Married Helen B. Morley, 
Je 26, 1904, Grand Rapids, Mich. Children: 
Luella, b. O 24, 1905; Edith, b. N 6, 1920. Died 
My 20, 1920. 

ANSON TORENCE MILLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. N. W. Univ. 
Med. Coll., 1900-03. Gen. Med. practice; for- 
merly located in Andrew, la.; Address, Buell Block, 
Clinton, la.f 

HANNA MILLER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1866. Attended N. 
W. Med. Coll., 1 yr.; Jenner Med. Coll., 2 yrs. 
Gen. Med. practice; formerly located in Cleveland, 
O.t 

JAMES JOHN MONAHAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Attended 
Lawrence Univ., 1899. A.B., Lehigh Coll., 1900; 
Gen. Med. practice. Mem., Wyo. State Med. 
Soc. Address, 1404 OUve St., Chicago; bus. add., 
25 E. Washington St., do.-f 

JAMES REDMAN MONTGOMERY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 16, 1879; s. Samuel 
Newton (b. F 4, 1842, Cynthiana, Ind.) and 
Malissa (Redman) Montgomery (b. S 25, 1845, 
do.). Prepared in Owensville (Ind.) H. S. B.S., 
Valparaiso Univ., 1898. Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Honor Roll; V. P.. Jr. Class. Gen. Med. and 
Surg, practice, Owensville, Ind., 1904 — . Accep- 
ted as Lt., (Jr. Grade), U. S. N. R. F.; retained 
at home by Co. Council of Nat. Defense. Mar- 
ried Ag 24, 1905, Owensville, Ind. Child. Arvid 
Newton, b. Ag 11, 1909. Address, Owensville, Ind. 

CLARA MOORE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. M.D., Univ. 
of Colo., Sch. of Med., 1897. Clin. Pathol., 
Univ. of Wis. Formerly located in Kewanee, 
Wis.; later at Madison, do. Address, 2985 Cler- 
mont St., Denver.t 

ROY ROBERT MORDEN ' 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
Jefferson H. S., Chicago; Drake Univ., 2 yrs. Gen. 
Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 1249 
13th St., Des Moines; 6ms. add., Citizens Nat. 
Bank Bldg., do.f 

ROBERT LYMAN MORRIS 
Urolog. and Dermatol.; M.D.; b. D 6, 1877; 
Alpha Kappa Kappa. Maj., M. C, U. S. A., 
My 14, 1917-Ap 27, 1919; Ft. Sheridan, 111.; Urol, 
and Dermatol, work, during entire serv. Married 
Cleona Johnston, 1889, Taylorville, 111. Children: 
Sarah E., b. D 26, 1911; Roberta, b. Je 11, 1915. 
Addre.is, 805 W. North St., Decatur, 111.; bus. add., 
444-7 Powers Bldg., do. 

JOHN WESLEY MORRISON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Drake Univ. 
Coll. of Med., 1900-03. Gen. Med. practice; for- 
merly located in Grand Junction, la. Address, 
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DAVID HOLMES MORTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 19. 1880. Rock 
Island Co.. 111.; s. Archibald J. and Sidnia (Holmes) 
Morton. Prepared in Elmwood H. S. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, Elmwood, 
111. Address, Elmwood, 111. \ 

*VEDA C. CHIPPERFIELD MURPHEY 
M.D.; b. 1874. One of the prominent woman 
physicians of Fulton Co., 111. Mem., A. M. A. 
Died O 13. 1914. Cuba, 111. 

JOHN CAMPBELL MURPHY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Attended 
Augustana Coll.. 2 yrs.; Univ. of la.. 2 yrs.; N. 
W. Univ., 1 yr. Formerly located in Davenport, 
la. Active Serv.. M. C, U. S. Nat. Guard. Ail- 
dress. Downer Place Apt., Aurora, 111.; bus. add., 
83 Fox St., do.t 

HENRY EUGENE NELSON 
M.D.; b. My 5, 1878; s. N. H. and Marie (Foss) 
Nelson. Mem., Lutheran Church. Married Ida 
Severson, My IS, 1904. Address, Crookston, 
Minn. 

JOHN PERCY NELSON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Barnes Med. 

Coll.. 3 >TS. Formerly located in Canton. 111.; 

later in Dow. Okla. Alem., A. M. A., Address, 

Coalton, Okla.t 

MICHAEL NELSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. M.D., Har- 
,vey Med. Coll., 1903. Prof., Gynecol, and Gyne- 
cological Surg., Chicago Hosp. Coll. of Med.; 
Surg, and Gynecol., Ft. Dearborn. Lake Shore 
and Am. Hosps. Mem.. A. M. A.; Chicago Anat. 
Soc; Chicago Surg. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. 
State Med. Soc. Address, 1315 Waveland Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 1000 Belmont Ave., do.f 

CYRUS FORSYTH NEWCOMB 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; A.B. in Sc. (Pre-Med. 
Course). 1904; b. D 12. 1879, McLean Co., 111.; 
s. WilUam Kendall (b. Ap 6, 1857. Lyons, la.) 
and Eliza C. (Durbin) Newcomb (b. D 26. 1856, 
Franklin. Ind.). Prepared in Fisher H. S.; Univ. 
of 111. Acad. Postgrad, work in Vienna, London, 
and Berlin. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu. Sigma Nu; 
Pres.. Med. Club. Gen. Med. practice, Cham- 
paign. 1904 — ; Attending Phys.. Garwood Old 
Ladies Home, do.; Pres.. Julia F. Burnham Hosp.. 
do.; Chm.. Champaign Co. Chapter. Am. Red 
Cro.=s. 1918. Contract Surg.. U. S. Army, World 
War; Mem., Advisory Bd., 13th Dist. Auth.: 
Diabetis Mellitus, III. State Med. Jour., 1910. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; Champaign Co. Med. Soc. 
(.Sec, 3 yrs.); 111. State Med. Soc. (V. P.); Escula- 
pian Med. Soc; A. M. A.; Champaign County 
Country Club. Married Geraldine Alice Bullard 
(A.B. in L.A. &. S., '14), O 7, 1914, Mechanics- 
burg. lU. Child. Deborah Jean, b. S 24, 1916. 
Address, 1213 W. Park Ave., Champaign. 

WILLIAM LORENZA NUCKOLLS 
M.D.; b. Ag 18, 1866, Calif. Address, Kings- 
burg, Calif. 

WILLIAM THOMAS OAKE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Ph.G., N. 
W. Univ. Sch. of Pharm.. 1892. Address, 222 
N. Lamon Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 4801 W. Lake 
St., Chicago.t 

ROBERT ALLAN OAKES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 2, 1882. Kendall- 
ville. Ind.; s. David Samuel (b. S 5. 1S37. Harris- 
burg, Pa.) and Mary Clarissa (Scott) Oakes (b. 
D 17. 1848). Prepared in Kendallville (Ind.) H. 
S.; N. W. Univ.. 1900-03. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
Intern, Park Ave. Hosp., Chicago, 1904-05; Phys. 



and Surg., do., 1905 — . Home service. Red Cross, 
1917-18. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Pearl Hilkert, O 
25, 1905, Kentlallville, Ind. Children: Robert 
Allan, Jr., b. F 3, 1909; Benjamin Franklin, b. 
Mr 6, 1912; Mary Ruth, b. F 2, 1916. Address, 
3909 Lowell Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 4005 North 
Ave., do. 



WILLIAM SHELTON OSBORN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Rippey (la.) H. S. Specialist, Neurol, and Pedia- 
trics; formerly located in Dcs Moines, Mem., 
Am. Mcdico-Psycholog. Assn. Address, St. Ansgar 
la.t 



DON LEWIS PARKER 
M.D.; b. N 1, 1880, Shelbyville, 111.; s. Lewis 
H. and Mary Ann (Roberts) Parker. Prepared 
in Shelbyville H. S. Phi Beta Pi. Located at 
Loveland.Colo., 1903-10; Anaheim, Cahf., 1910-18. 
Mem., B. P. O. E. Married Maud Lillian Smith, 
Je 10. 1903, Shelbyville, 111. Child, Mary Lucille, 
b. Jl 22, 1905. Address, Scottsbluff, Neb. 



STEPHEN TYLER PARSONS 
Specialist; M.D.; b. My 18, 1867, Ovid, Mich.; 
s. Augustus Parsons; Prepared in Ovid, Mich., 
and St. Louis Schs. and la. Coll. Eye, Ear, Nose 
and Throat Specialist, Denver. Mem., Epis. 
Church; A. F. A. M., Blue Lodge, Shrine, Eastern 
Star. Married Rachel Hutchison, S 7, 1904, Chi- 
cago. Address, 1312 Oneida St., Denver. 



CHARLES HENRY PICKETT 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 28 1875, Richmond, 
Va.; s. Charles Henry (b. D 23, 1850. Buckingham 
Co., Va.) and Mary Madeline (Jackson) Pickett 
(b. Mr 4. 1855. Lunenburg Co., Va.). Prepared 
in West Div. H. S., Chicago; Lewis Institute and 
Armour Institute, do. Football. Grad. work, 
Surg.. Lab. of Surg. Technique. Chicago. 1920. 
Located in Chicago. 1904-05; Franklin and Bald- 
win, La., 1905-10; Chicago, 1910-12; Lafayette, 
La., 1912 — . 1st Lt., Med. Section, O. R. C. U. 
S. A.. D 26. 1917. Mem., La. State Med. Soc; 
La. State Dent. Soc; La. State Pharm. Soc; S. 
West. Med. Council of La. (Sec). Married Mabel 
L. Kerr, Jl 7. 1909 (died 1913); Zoe Shay. Mr 1. 
1916. <Child, Charles Henry, Jr., b. F 9, 1917. 
Address, 221 Oak Ave., Lafayette, La.; bus. add., 
301 Congress St., do. 



EDITH CORY POLLOCK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Danvers H. S.; Womans Med. Coll., Chicago, 
1900-02. Formerly located at 4807 Kenmore Ave . , 
Chicago.t 

ALFRED STIRGUS PRICE 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 29, 1880, Mich.; s. A. S. 
and Sarah (Ferrell) Price. Prepared in West 
High and Indus. Sch., Des Moines. Spani,sh- 
Am. War, 1898-99; World War, 1917-19. Mar- 
ried Elva Schooler. 1909. Child, Alice, b. Je 26, 
1910. Address, 1112 45th St., Des Moines; 6ms. 
add., 401 Iowa Bldg., do. 



JOSEF FRANCIS REPLOGLE 
Specialist; M.D.; b. Ap 8, 1878, La Place. 111. 
8. Samuel and Delia (Heckman) Replogle. Pre- 
pared in Pontiac Tp. H. S. Phi Beta Pi. Specia- 
list, Surg., Gynecol, and Obstetrics. Lander, Wyo.; 
Curator, Coll. of Med.. 1902-04; Demonstrator, 
Chem.. do., 190.3-04. Mem., Draft Bd., Fremont 
Co., Wyo., World War. Mem., Epiphany Church 
Choir, 1903-04. Married Emma Maxwell, 1907, 
Chicago. Child, Josef F., Jr., b. O 12, 1908, West- 
fall, Ore. Address, Lander, Wyo. 



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HENRY RICHARDS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Harvey Med. 
Coll., 2 yrs. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 8 E. 
Elm St., Chicago; bus. add., 209 S. State St., Chi- 
cago. t 

♦GEORGE VINCENT RIDLEY 
M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in Brown Coll., Phila- 
delphia. Attended Jefferson Med. Coll., do., 
1900-03. Formerly located at 134 S. Peoria St., 
CI icago; Pathologist, Ancon Hosp., Canal Zone. 
Died 1907, Canal Zone. 

JOHN WIRT ROBINSON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Attended 

Harvey Med. Coll., 1900-02. B.S., Coll. of Mont., 

1899. Intern, Fairmont Hosp., San Francisco. 
M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 1124 Logan St., 
Los Angeles; bus. add., Court House, do. 

HARRY FRANCIS RUBEL 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 2, 1878, Le Mars, la.; 
s. Jacob and Margaret Jane (Clark) Rubel. B.D., 
Le Mars (la.) Norm. Coll. Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
1st Lt., 34th Div., 18 mos. serv., 9 mos. overseas; 
Capt., R. C, U. S. A., 1920. Married Clara D. 
Sander, F 16, 1906,' Sioux City, la. Address, Le 
Mars, la. 

SAMUEL JOSEPH RUSSEL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. M.D., Harvey 
Med. Coll., Chicago, 1902. Specialist in Surg.; 
Attending Surg., Womens Hosp., Chicago; Med. 
Dir., U. S. Assurance, Mutual Health and Accident 
Co.; Instr., Neurol., Coll. of Med., 1906-10. Mem., 
A. M. A.; 111. State Med., Soc. Address, 1500 E. 
Marquette Rd., Chicago; 6ms. add., 4653 S. Michi- 
gan Ave., rfo.t 

PAUL OTTO SCHALLERT 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 5, 1879, Watertown, 
Wis.; 8. William Frederick (b. My 22, 1836, Leh- 
mans Hoefel, Brandenburg, Ger.) and Florentina 
Fredericka (Volkmann) Schallert (b. N 5, 1841, 
Reetz, Pomerania, Ger.). A.B., No. 111. State 
Norm. Sch., 1897; B.S., Marion Norm. Coll., 1900; 
A.M., do., 1900. Located in Wrightstown, Wis., 
1904-08; Johnson Creek, do., ' 1908-10; Winston- 
Salem, N. Car., 1910—. Mem., Vol. Med. Serv. 
Corps. Mem., Trinity Moravian Church (Bd. of 
Trustees and Teacher of Mens Bible Glass); Y. 
M. C. A.; Boy Scouts of Am.; Nat. Geog. Soc; 
Nature Club of Am.; Audobon Bird Soc; Am. Hist. 
Assn.; A. A. A. S.; A. M. A.; N. Car. State Med. 
Soc; Forsyth Co. Med. Soc. Married Grace Jack- 
son, My 17, 1904, Bogota, 111. Children: Marion 
Vespera, b. F 16, 1906; Paul Otto, Jr., b. Ap 21, 
1913; Nancy Elizabeth, b. Mv 11, 1917; Dorothy 
Amaryllis, b. Ja 1, 1918. Address, 349 Sprague 
St., Winston-Salem, N. Car.; bus. add., 222K N. 
Main St., do. 

OSCAR PAUL SCHNETZKY 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ja 18, 1879, Milwaukee; s. 
H. P. and Mary (Knab) Schnetzky. Prepared in 
East Side H. S., Milwaukee and Cascadilla Sch., 
Ithaca, N. Y. Phi Beta Pi; Delta Beta Chi. For- 
merly located in Schuyler, Neb. Lt., M. C, World 
War. Mem., K. P.; B. P. O. E. Married Jose- 
phine Carey Koplitz, D 10, 1917. Address, Prince- 
ton, Wis. 

DIRK JOHN SCHOLTEN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1878. B.S., la. State Univ., 

1900. Formerly located in Alton, la. Mem., A. 
M. A. Address, 522 8. Burdick St., Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 

ERNEST oeLACEY SEYMOUR 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D ; b. 1877. Rush Med. 
Coll., 12 mos. Gen. Med practice; formerly of 
Dwight, 111. Address, Blackatone, Ill.t 



WILLIAM LIKELY SIMPSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. B.D., High- 
land Park Norm. Coll., 1900. Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Specialist. Mem., A. M. A.; Am. Acad, 
of Ophthalmol.; Memphis Soc. of Ophthalmol, and 
Oto-Laryngol. Formerly located in Diagonal, 111. 
Address, Exchange Bldg., Memphis, Tenn.t 

CLYDE LEROY SMITH 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 31, 1878, Leipsic, O.; 
s. William Wesley (b. 1850, Hancoch Co., O.) and 
Viola Ann (Baughman) Smith (b. 1855, Leipsic, 
O.). Prepared in Leipsic (O.) H. S.; Toledo Med. 
Coll., 1901-02. Located in Lindsey, O., 1904-07; 
Fremont, O., 1907 — . Mem., Sandusky Co. Med. 
Soc; O. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Mel- 
via Elenor Tustison, Ag 4, 1898, Dunkirk, O. 
Children: Helen Elenor, b. Ap 10, 1901; Edna 
Violamay, b. D 13, 1902. Address, 1228 W. State 
St., Fremont, O.; bus. add., 100 Front St., do. 

JAMES LAWRENCE SMITH 
M.D.; b. O 21, 1881; s. Bendica (Bjornson) Smith 
Med. Dir., Central Mil. Dis., Y. M. C. A., World 
War. Married Jessie Mill, N 15, 1905. Children: 
William Roan: Jessie Marie. Address, 2312 N. 
Sawyer Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 22 E. Washington 
St., do. 

JOHN SNOOK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Prepared in 
Yeovil (Eng.) Grammar Sch. M.D., Calif. Med. 
Coll., 1886. Formerly of Bakersfield, Calif.; re- 
tired from practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
2427 Woolsey St., Berkeley, Calif .f 

CORRYDON GOODRICH SNOW 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 
Princeton, H. S.; Keokuk Med. Coll., 1899-1902; 
N. W. Coll. of Med., 1902-03. Formerly of San 
Francisco. Maj., M. C, U. S. A., Gen. Hosp., 19. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, Oteen, N. C.f 

WILLIAM HENRY SPENCER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 20, 1878; s. George 
C. and Wilhelmina Mary (Kuntz) Spencer. Pre- 
pared in Tilford Collegiate Acad., Vinton, la. Phi 
Beta Pi. Mem., I. O. O. F.; A. F. A. M., Shrine; 
K. P. Married Bertha I. Wenig, 1911, Chicago. 
Children: Henry C, b. Je 24, 1915; Carl George, 
b. Je 6, 1917. Address, Cedar Rapids, la. 

CARL ADAM STARCK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 12, 1880, Peotone, 
111 • s C. A. and Elizabeth (Klingman) Starck. 
Prepared in Palatine H. S. Phys. and Surg., 
Palatine, 111., since 1904; Phys. in charge, Palatme 
Hosp. Chief Examiner, Exemption Bd. 1, Cook 
Co., World War. Married Marie Damelsen, O 
23, 1907, Chicago. Children: Carl Danielsen, Jr., 
b. Mr 6, 1909; Elizabeth Joanna, b. Mr 31, 1911. 
Address, Palatine, 111. 

ROBERT E. STEVENS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 30, 1878; s. Jabez 
and Mary (Luckey) Stevens. Prepared in Rochelle 
H S Nu Sigma Nu. Gen. Med. and Surg, 
practice, Rochelle, 111. Army Serv World War, 
Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., 4 mos. Married Mabel 
Healy, O 20, 1909. Child, Robert Healy, b O 
5, 1912. Address, 510 8th Ave., Rochelle, 111.; 
bus. add., Shockley Block, do. 

ALFRED STOCKER 
M D ■ b Jl 24, 1869, Rock Island, 111.; s. George 
and Elizabeth Stocker. Prepared in Rock Island 
H S Capt , M. C. World War. Mem., M. E. 
Church- A F. A. M., 3rd''; I. O. O. F.; Grotto. 
Married Nettie M. Stratton D 4, 1902 Belle- 
ville, Ontario, Canada. Address, 1151 25th bt.. 
Rocls .Island, 111.; bug. add, Robinson Bldg. do. 



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ARTHUR JOHN STUENKEL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Formerly 
located in Arlington Heights, III. Address, Hins- 
dale, Ill.t 

CHARLES CASPER SWAB 
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Specialist; M.D.; b. 
Ag 7, 1877, Cedar Rapids, la.; s. Helen (Chadima) 
Swab. Prepared in Coe Coll., Cedar Rapids, la. 
Mem., I. O. O. F.; Presby. Church. Married 
Emma Naibert. Je 8, 1918, Cedar Rapids, la. Ad- 
dress, Cedar Rapids, la. 

HARTFORD SWEET 
Phys. and Surg; M.D.; b. Ag U, 1876, Mt. Etna, 
la.; s. Homer Leprelete (b. 184S, N. H.) and Ida 
Mav (McCune) Sweet (b. O.). Prepared in Corn- 
ing (la.) Acad. B.S.. Univ. of Ore., 1901. Mem., 
O. of Ore.; Glee Club. Phvs. and Surg., Fonta- 
nelle, la.. 1904-08; do., Brookfield, 111., 1908—. 
Address, 154 Grand Blvd., Brookfield, 111. 

FREDERICK JAMES SWIFT 
M.D.; b. Mr 9, 1SS3, Maquoketa, la.; s. James 
and Fredericka Swift. Prepared in Philadelphia 
Policlinic. Ph.G., Valparaiso Univ. Located at 
Baldwin. la., 1905-11; Maquoketa, la., 1911—. 
Maj., M. C, A. E. F., Mv 22, 1917-Je 30, 1919. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; Consisto'ry; K. P. Married 
Blanche Campbell, F 14, 1911, Maquoketa, la. 
Children: Regina E., b. Ap 17, 1913; Frederick J., 
b. Jl 16, 1915; Anne Mary, b. Jl 11, 1920. Address, 
406 2nd St., Maquoketa, la..; bits, add., Cook Bldg., 
do. 

FLORA MATINA TANQUARY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
South Collegiate Institute, 1898; Womans Med. 
Coll., Chicago, 1900-02. Formerly located in Al- 
bion. Ill.J 

FRANK BASHFORD TAYLOR 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Madison (Wis.) H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Formerly of Lodi, Wis. 1st Lt., 334th Inf., 84th 
Div., U. S. A.; later with 113th Inf., 29th Div., 
overseas; in serv., Je 24, 1918-Je 4, 1919, at present 
in M. R. C. Address, 1718 Dunning St., Madison, 
Wis.; bus. add., 15 S. Pinckney St., rfo.t 

MARGARET TEIGEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. B.S., Val- 
paraiso Norm. Sch., 1897; Coll. of Phys. and Surg., 
Minneapolis, 1900-02. Gen. Med. practice; for- 
merly at Fargo, N. Dak. ; Everett, Wash. Address, 
3403K' Freemont Ave., Seattle.f 

EDNA MARGARET THOMAS (McHUGH) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 

Monticello (la.) H. S. Formerly located in Mon- 

ticello, la. Address, 3600 Irving Park Blvd., Chi- 

cago.t 

GEORGE HENRY THOMAS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1868. Prepared in 

Douglas (Mich.) H. S. Specialist in Obstetrics. 

M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem.. A. M. A. Address, 

Holland, Mich.t 

JOHN NORTON THORPE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 27, 1875, Chicago; s. 
John (b. Ja 7, 18.38, Copenhagen, Den.) and Wil- 
helmina E. Thorpe fb. Aalborg, do.,). Prepared 
in Chicago Man. Tr. Sch. Phvs., Chicago, 1904—. 
1st Lt., U. S. A., Je 1, 1917-F 4, 1918; Capt., do., 
Mr .5-Ap 27. 1918; Maj., do., Ap 28, 1918-F 4, 
1919: In field hosp. and ambulance service. Mem., 
Second Pre.^bv. Church. Married Charlotte A. 
Handy, F 27." 1912. Address, 7442 South Shore 
Drive, Chicago; bus. add., 1637 W. 51st St., do. 

DAVID JAMES TWOHIG 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. F 2. 1876, Fond du Lac Co., 
Wis.; 9. David (h. F 14, 18-37, Ireland) and Bridget 
(Hardgrove) Twohig (b. Ja 12, 1842, do.). Pre- 
pared in Oshkosb Norm. Sch., 1894-96. Alpha 
Omega .-Mpla. Located in Fond du Lac, Wi.s; 
Married Je 24, 190H, Fond du Lac, WLs. Children. 
MarjorieH.b. Ap 13 1911; David J, b. F 4, 1913; 
Catharine B., b. S 22, 1914; Mary Elizabeth, b. 
O 4. 1919. Address, Fond du Lac, Wis. 



CHESTER DERIC UPDEGRAFF 
M.D.; b. My 9, 1881, Medicine Lodge, Kan.; 
s. M. E. and Clara (Collingwood) UpdegraflF. 
M.D.. Kansas City Univ., Med. Dept., 1903. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°, Shrine. Married Jose- 
phine Fisher. N 25, 1907, Wichita, Kan. Child, 
Beth. b. My 9, 1910. Address; Isabel, Kan. 

WILLIAM JOHN VOPATA 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.;b.My 16, 1880, Chicago; 
s. James and Mary (Triner) Vopata. Prepared in 
Chicago Eng. High and Man. Tr. Sch. Gen. Med. 
and Surg, practice, Chicago. Mem., A. F. A. M., 
Shrine; I. O. O. F. Married Antoinette Kozelka, 
Ja 10, 1906, Chicago. Child, William O., b. Jl 
19, 1909. Address, 1935 W. Garfield Blvd., Chi- 
cago; 6ms. add., 1803 W. 47th St., do. 

♦CLARENCE HEATHCOTE WALL 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1877. Ambulance Phys., 
Chicago. Died Ap 15, 1915, Chicago. 

FRED JEROME WALTER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 11, 1874, Ohio, 
111.; s. Allen S. and Kathryn O. Walter. Prepared 
in Ohio H. S. Phi Alpha Gamma. Gen. Med. 
and Surg, practice, Kramer, Ind.; Davtona, Fla. 
Vol., M. C, U. S. A., World War. Assoc. Ed.. 
Fla. State Med. Jour. Auth.: Articles on Rheuma- 
tism and Treatment. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Fla. 
Med. Assn. (Pres., 1919). Married Florence Brod- 
bent, Ag 25, 1910, Philadelphia. Child, Mary 
Eleanore, b. Ag 25, 1915. Address, Daytona, Fla. 

♦WILLIAM FREDERICK WERGEN 
M.D.; b. 1880, Formerly of Lead, S. Dak., 
and Ottawa. 111. Prepared in Jefferson H. S., 
Chicago. National Med. Coll., do., 1899-1901; 
Harvey Med. Coll., 1902-03. Med. Asst., Ottawa 
111., Tent Colony for Tuberculosis. Died Ap 16, 
1908, at the home of his parents in Ottawa, 111. 

HARRY OSCAR WHITE 
Professor; M.D.; b. Ap 23, 1874, Ger. Prepared 
in Ger. Gymnasium Sch. M.D., Harvey Med. 
Coll., 1896. Omega Beta Pi. Adjunct Prof., 
Anat., Coll. of Med., 1906-08; Prof., do., 1908-10; 
Prof., Gen. and Regional Anat., Coll. of Dent., 
1906-10.; formerly in Los Angeles; Prof., Anat., 
Histol., and Embryol., Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., 
do. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Am. Assn. of Anatomists; 
111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married 1896, 
Chicago. Address, 1217 W. Moreland Ave., Chi- 
cago. 

GRATIAN PHILIP WHITWHAM 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
Assumption Coll.. Sandwich, Ont., 4 yrs.; Toledo 
Med. Coll., 3 yrs. Address, Pasadena Apts., 
Toledo, O.t 

CLAUSON MORRIL WILMOT 
M.D.; b. Ja 20, 1879, Chillicothe, 111.; s. Ashael 
and Harriet (Rickes) Wilmot. Prepared in Prince- 
ville Academy. Basketball and Baseball Teams. 
At one time located in Speer, 111. Capt., M. C., 
U. S. A., Ag 26, 1917-S 4. 1919. Mem., A. F. 
A. M., Consistory, Shrine. Married Mvrtle Green, 
F 12, 1906, Galcsburg, 111. Children: Virginia, b. 
1907; Burton, b. 1913; Janet, b. 1919. Address, 
Dunlap, 111. 

BRYCE REX WINBIGLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 19, 1878, Mon- 
mouth, 111,; s. John L. (b. S 3, 1841, Terre Haute, 
Ind.)andMary L.Winbigler(b, Jill, 1847, N. Y.). 
Prepared in Monmouth H. S. Alpha Omega Al- 
pha. Phys. and Surg., Seaton, 111., 1904-11; do., 
Aledo, 111., 1911—. Mem.. A. F. A> M., .32°, 
Shrine; A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc. Married 
1907, Monmouth, III, Address, Aledo, 111. 

CHARLES R. A, WINDMUELLER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.;b. 06, 1878; S.Frederick 

(b. Ger.) and Bertha (Helmich) WindWiueller. 

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World War. First to notify City of Chicago of 
carbon dioxide cases due to defective gas burners 
in bath-rooms. Married 1916, Chicago. Child, 
Grace, b. Je 9, 1918. Address, 3058 Belmont Ave., 
Chicago. 

FLORENCE ANNA WING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Savannah H. S.; Harvey Med. Coll., 1900-02. 
Address, 25 N. Clark St., Chicago.! 

ROSINA REHOR WISTEIN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 7, 1867, Bohemia; d. 
Francis (Klufer) Wistein. Located in Chicago, 
1904-14; Cedar Rapids, la., 1914—. Auth.: Hy- 
giene of the Child, Internat. Med. Congr., Buda- 
pest, 1909; Intestinal Stasis, Iowa Med. Womens 
Club, 1914; Chronic Pyosalpinx, Tri State Med. 
Soc, 1915. Mem., Peoples Church; Linn Co. 
Med. Soc; Chicago Womens Med. Soc; Nat. 
Womens Med. Soc. Married Joseph Wistein. 
Address, 908 S. 184th St., Cedar Rapids, la.; 
6ms. add., Am. Trust Bldg., do. 

FRANK LEIGHTON WOOD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 23, 1874, Lawler, 
la.; 8. Henry B., (b. N. Y.) and Mary Elizabeth 
(Stearns) Wood (b. do.). Prepared in Superior 
(Wis.) H. S. Alpha Omega Alpha. Honor Roll; 
Class Editor, Soph. yr. Gen. Med. practice, 
Toledo, Wash., 1904-08; Tacoma, do., 1908-12; 
Lynden, 1912—. Capt., M. R. C, U. S. A., D 
1917-Jl 1918. Mem., Whatcom Co. Med. Soc; 
Wash. St. Med. Soc. Married D 5, 1906. Chil- 
dren: Francis Marion, O 15, 1907; Theodore Bur- 
nell, Je 18, 1911. Address, Lynden, Wash. 



ORLANDO GARFIELD WOOD 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 

Chelsea (Mich.) H. S.; Univ. of Mich., Med. Sch., 

IH yrs. Gen. Med. practice. Address, Hart, 

Mich.t 

WILLIAM PERRY WOODS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. My 20, 1877, Page Co. la.; 
s. R. E. and Nellie (Tracey) Woods. A.B., Amity 
Coll., 1899. Surg., Evansville, Ind. Mem., Pres- 
by. Church. Married Anna E. Rietz, S 1904. 
Address, 528 Main St., Evansville, Ind. 

CHARLES E. YATES 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 7, 1873, Dunlap, 111.; 
s. W. W. (b. Jl 27, 1842, Va.) and Caroline (Wil- 
son) Yates (b. F 27, 1842, O.). Prepared in Pub- 
lic and Norm. Schs., Kan. Y. M. C. A. Gen. 
Med. practice. Maple Hill, Kan., 1905-10; Elk 
City, Idaho, 1910-12; Vinland, Kan., 1912—. M. 
C, U. S. A., Mr-D 1918. Married Ada Rae Miller, 
S 20, 1904, Cabool, Mo. Children: Dwight Miller, 
b. Ag 2, 1905; Ada Marie, b. Ja 11, 1909 (died F 
8, 1916); Charline Mildred, b. F 13, 1914. Address, 
Vinland, Kan. 

WILLIAM H. YOUNG 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 19, 1878; s. Sam 
A. and Ann R. (Hutton) Young. Phys. and Surg., 
Munich, N. Dak., 1904-08; Baker, Mont., 1908—. 
Married Kathren Friesen, Munich, N. Dak. 
Children: Gloria, b. Jl 3, 1908; Howard, b. S 1, 
1909; Byron, b. Ja 8, 1914; Creighton, b. My 25, 
1917. Address, Baker, Mont. 



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CHARLES WILLARD GEIGER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 9, 1871, Paxton, 111.; s. 
Adam (b. Baden-Baden, Ger.) and Johanna (John- 
son) Geiger (b. Ja 1, 1840, Grenna, Sweden). 
Prepared in Paxton, H. S. M.D., Chicago Homeo- 
pathic Med. Col., 1896. Grad. work, Univ. of la. 
Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1893-95. Phys., Gilman, 
III., 1896-1903; Intern, Chicago Eye. Ear, Nose and 



Throat Coll. Hosp., 1903-04; Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Specialist, Kankakee, 111., 1904 — . Local 
Advisory Bds., Kankakee, 111., during World War. 
Mem., Kankakee Co. Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc; Chicago Ophthalmol. Soc; Am. Acad, of 
Ophthalmol, and Oto-Laryngol. Soc. Married 
Mr 19, 1905, Chicago. Address, 949 S. Chicago 
Ave., Kankakee, 111.; bus. add.. Cable Bldg. do. 



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WILLIAM RICHARD AGATE 
Phys. and Clergyman; M.D.; b. My 7, 1872, 
Plumstead, Kent, Eng.; s. William (b. 1837, Chel- 
seafield, Kent, Eng.) and Eliza (Milstead) Agate 
(b. 1839, Bromley, Kent, Eng.). Prepared in Mt. 
Hermon, Mass. and Ohio Med. Univ., Columbus, 
O., 1895-96, 1899-1900, 1902-03. B.D., Drew 
Theolog. Seminary, 1897; B.A., Ohio Wesleyan 
Univ., 1901; M.A., do., 1905. Grad. work. Eco- 
nomics and Sociol., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1912-13; 
Univ. of Chicago, summer of 1914. Located in 
Chicago, 1905-07; Dallas, Tex., 1907-10; Galveston, 
Tex., 1910-12; Baltimore, 1912-13; Chicago, 1913- 
16; Rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Em- 
porium, Pa., 1916 — ; Mem. of Vol. Med. Serv. 
Corps., Pa., 1918; serving as phys. during in- 
fluenza epidemic. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc; Priest of the Diocese of Erie, 
Episcopal Church; Diocesan Bd. of Religious Educ 
(Sec); Archdeaconry of Ridgway (Sec). Mar- 
ried Rosena Mary Smith, Jl 10, 1893, Petrolia, 
Ont., Can. Children: Ethel Rosena, b. F 10, 1896 
(died Ag 8, 1898); Myrtle Evelyn, b. O 10, 1910; 
William Edward, b. S 9, 1906 (died Ag 23, 1907). 
Address, Emporium, Pa. 

GEORGE LUDWIG ALT 
Phys. "and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 19, 1881, Chicago; 
s. Jacob and Catherine (Lotz) Alt. Prepared in 
Chicago English High and Man. Tr. Sch. Phi 
Rho Sigma. Instr., Med., Coll. of Med., 1906-10. 
Capt., Med. Dept., U. S. A. Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga.; 
Camp Grant, 111. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
5357 Wayne Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 675 Diversey 
Parkway, do. 



MALCOLM PERCEVAL ANDREWS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 1, 1879; s. Charles New- 
ton and Mary Anna (Page) Andrews (b. Ap 3, 
1843). Prepared in McKendree Univ., Acad, 
dept., Lebanon, 111. and Marion Sims Beaumont, 
St. Louis, 1901-03. Plato Literary Soc. and Coll. 
quartette, McKendree Univ.; Fresh, class pres. 
Phys., Abbotsford, Wis., 190.5-11; Grad. work. 
Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, Policlinic and Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat Coll., Chicago; Specialist, 
do., Beloit, Wis., 1912-18; do., Manitowoc, Wis., 
1920 — ■. Auth.: Various articles on eye, ear, nose 
and throat subjects. Mem., Rock Co. Med. Soc. 
(Pres., 1917-18). Married Mabel B. Downey, 
Je 10, 1910. Child, Edson James, b. Ap 13, 1911. 
Address, Dempsey Bldg., Manitowoc, Wis. 

FRANK JOHN ANTOINE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 1, 1876, Belgium, 
Wis.; s. Coelestin and Margaret (Barnich) An- 
toine. Contract Surg., S. A. T. C. Mem., K. C. 
Married Rose Marie Garvey, F 11, 1907, Racine, 
Wis. Children: Francis J., Jr., b. D 2, 1910; Jean 
Marie, b. F 28, 1914; Wm. Coelestin, b. D 18, 1918. 
Address, Prairie du Chien, Wis. 

♦EDWARD KENT ARMSTRONG 
Physician; M.D. Prepared in Dearborn Med. 
Coll., Chicago, 1904. Grad. work in N. W. Univ. 
Med. Sch., 1910. Specialist, Pediatrics, Cnicago; 
Supt., Municipal Contagious Disease Hosp. of 
Cook Co., do., 1917; Assoc, Pediatrics, Coll. of 
Med., 1917-18. Served as Ma,i. in Fr., My 1918; 
later assigned to duty in Palestine, on repatriation 
work. Died Je 1919. 



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HAROLD LEROY AVERY 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. ISSO. Sioux City Med. Coll., 
yrs.; Morningside Coll., Highland Park Sch. 

_ es Moines. Foriuerl 

Address, Primghar, la.' 

♦DANIEL FR.\NCIS AYRES 
M.D.; b. 1S70. Mem.. A. M. A. Phys. and 
Surg., ChicaRo Heights, III. Died suddenly F 12, 
1917, Chicago Heights. 111. 

HENRY PATTERSEN BAGLEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 21, 1876, Huntington, 
Ind.; s. Leon T. (b. do.) and Isabelle M. (Pattersen) 
Bagley (b. Dunkirk, N. Y.). Prepared in Hunt- 
ington (Ind.> H. S. and Butler Univ. Prep Sch. 
Nu Sigma Nu. Pres. Fresh. Class; Class Ed., 
Soph. >T. Postgrad, work. Harvard Med. Coll. 
and Univ. of Chicago. Instr., Ear, Nose and 
Throat Dept., Rush Med. Coll.; Asst. Prof., do., 
Loyola Med. Coll.; Attending Eye Phys., St. 
Marys of Nazareth Hosp.; Attending Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat Phys., Oak Park Hosp.; now 
located in Beaver, Pa. Mem., Ad\-isory Bd. West 
Suburban Hosp.. 1917-18. Capt.. M. C, U. S. A., 
191S-19: served in the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Dopts., Camp Custer and Camp Grant Hosps. 
Mem.. A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc. Married Winnifred Smith Church. S 1903, 
Chicago. Address, Beaver, Pa. 

NELLIE M. BAKER 
Med. Inspector; M.D.; d. H. P. and Abbie 
(Strong) Baker. Preparecl in Grand Prairie Sem., 
Onarga, 111. A. E. I. sorority. Med. Inspector 
of sch. children, grade schs. of Onarga, 111. Ad- 
dress, do. 

JESSE A. BALLOU 
M.D.; b. Jl 4, 1878, Pleasant View, 111.; s. J. 
.\. and Mary (Malcomson) Ballou. Prepared in 
Pleasant View H. S.; Knox Coll., 1897-99. Lo- 
cated in Lead, S. Dak., 1905-15; Staff of Home- 
stake Hosp., do., 1905-10; Surg., St. Josephs Hosp., 
Deadwood, S. Dak., 1910-15; Coroner, Lawrence 
Co.. S. Dak., 4 yrs.; Rushville, 111., 1915—. Mem., 
Black Hills (S. Dak.) Med. Soc; B. P. O. E.; 
Commanderv, Shrine. Married Elizabeth Bar- 
nette, Ja 11," 1906, Chicago. Children: John Wil- 
Hams b. N 8, 1914, Lead, S. Dak. Address, Rush- 
ville, 111. 

JUSTIN GUY BALLOU 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 18.82. Prepared in 
Stanford (Ky.) H. S.; Toledo Med. Coll., 2 yrs. 
Gen. Med. practice, Graytowu, O.; at one time 
located in Stanford, Ky. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, Oakharbor, O.t 

WILLIAM HUNTER BARR 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Attended 
Drake Univ. Prep. Dept., 1899-1901; Drake Univ. 
Coll. of Med., 1901-0.3. Gen. Med. practice; for- 
merly located in Carroll, la. Mem., A. M. A. 
Address, Wells, Minn.f 

CLAYTON ELMER BARTLETT 
M.D.; b. Minn. Prepared in Univ. of Minn. 
Phi Rho .Sigma. Married. Two children. Ad- 
dress, Aberdeen, Wash. 

DAVID EMMANUEL BASS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. B.S., Wilber- 
force Univ., Xenia, O., 1898; Toledo Med. Coll., 
3 yrs. Formerly located in Circleville, O. 

FREDERICK OSWALD BECK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 12, 1879. Cedar 
Rapids, la.; s. Emma fEngle) Beck. Prepared 
in N. W. Univ., Coll. of Pharm. Gen. Med. and 
Surg, practice. Advisory Board, World War. 
Mem., Episcopal Church; B. P. O. E. Married 
Amy Lucile Record, Ap 2, 1912, San Francisco. 
Address, 3709 S. 25th St., S. S., Omaha. Neb.; 
bus. add., 24 N. St., S. S., do. 



ARTHUR HERBERT BEEBE 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 6. 1871. Evanston, 111.; 
s. Jonathan W. (b. 1836, N. Y.) and Frances M. 
(Burroughs) Bccbe (b. 1846, Evanston, 111.). Pre- 
pared in Evanstown Tp. H. S. and Jenner Mod. 
Coll., 1901-04. Pres. Sr. Class; Valedictorian. 
Clin. Instr.. Ear. Nose and Throat, Coll. of Med., 
1905-06; 2nd Asst. Phys., Bartonville State Hosp., 
1906-08; Tuberculosis Specialist, Stillman Valley, 
111.. 1908—. Capt.. M. R. C. U. S. A., Ap 1917- 
O 22. 1919; Pres.. Tuberculosis Examining Bd.; 
Chief, Med. Demobilization Bd., Camp Jackson, 
S. C. Auth.: Employment of the Insane, State 
Bulletin, 1908; How to Use Tuberculin, do., 1908. 
Mem., Ogle Co. Med. Soc. (Pres., 1915-16); Vil- 
lage Bd., (Pres., 1915-16); Sch. Bd., 1908-17. Mar- 
ried Carolyn Ruan, O 1919. Petersburg, Va. Ad- 
dress, Stillman Valley, 111. 

XENIA ETHEL BOND 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 28, 1870, Lewis Co., W. 
Va.; d. Booth and Rebecca (Van Horn) Bond, 
A.B., Salem Coll., 1897; A.M., do., 1901. Mem., 
A. M. A.; So. Med. Assn.; W. Va. Med. Assn. 
Address, Salem, W. Va. 

FRED PHELPS BOWEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Richland Center (Wis.) H. S.; Univ. of Wis.. 1 
yr. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Mr 1918-My 26, 1919; 
Surg. Serv., Base Hosp., Camp Fremont; do., Let- 
terman Gen. Hosp., Presidio, San Francisco. Mem. 
A. M. A. Address, Hellman Bldg., Los Angeles.t 

ARTHUR E. BOWLES 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in Detroit 
(Mich.) Central H. S. M.D., Detroit Homeo- 
pathic Med. Coll., 1903. Formerly located in 
Ellsworth, Kan. Mem., A. M. A.; Kan. State 
Med. Soc; Address, Hebron, Neb.t 

CHRISTOPHER GARELD BRETHOUWER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. M.D., Lincoln 
Med. Coll., 1901. Formerly located in Leonora, 
Kan. Mem., Montrose Co. Med. Soc; Colo. 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Address, Montrose, 
Colo.t 

JAMES CARSE BRIXEY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 

West Div. H. S., Chicago. Formerly of Chicago.! 

FREDRICK BROWN 
M.D.; b. F 5, 1880, Coal City, 111.; s. W. J. and 
Margaret Brown. Prepared in Streator H. S. 
Auth.: Articles in Jour. A. M. A.; Lancet. Mem., 
M. E. Church; A. F. A. M.; K. P.; M. W. A. Mar- 
ried Freda H. Clodfelter, Ap 19, 1908, McClusky, 
N. Dak. Children: G. W., b. D 15, 1911; Virginia 
J., b. Je 23. 1917. Address, McClusky, N. Dak. 

JOHN PAYNE BROWNE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 10, 1864, Austral.; 
8. Christopher and Alicia (McDonnell) Browne. 
B.S., Valnaraiso Univ., 1893. Mem., Plainfield 
Lodge, 536, A. F. A. M.; M. W. A. Pansy Chap., 
O. E. S.; DuPage Lodge, 472, K. P. Married 
Maud Mottinger, S 1905. Plainfield. 111. (Dead). 
Address, Lincoln Way. Plainfield. 111. 

*JAMES EDWARD BUCKLEY 
Phys and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. Attended 
Med Dept., Wash. Univ., 1900-02. Ph.G., Phila- 
delphia Coll. of Pharm., 1886; D.D.S., Chicago 
Coll. of Dent. Surg., 1903. Deceased. 

ALBERT ROSS BURGESS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 9, 1879, Monica, 111.; 
8 Green (b. F 22, 1844, Bowling Green, Ky.) and 
Clara (Cornwell) Burgess (b. Mr 14, 1853, Peoria, 
111.). Prepared in Belle Plaine, Kan.; Kan. State 
Norm., Emporia, Kan.; Univ. of St. Louis, 1902-03. 



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Phys., Tonkawa, Okla., 1905-08; do., Chillicothe, 
Mo., 1908-10; do., St. Louis, 1910-18; Grad. work, 
St. Louis Univ., 1915. 1st Asst. Phys., State 
Hosp., Cherokee, la., 1918—. Mem., Cherokee 
Co. Med. Soc; la. State Med. Soc.; A. M. A. 
Married Goldie F. Green, O 9, 1918, St. Louis, 
Mo. Address, Cherokee, la. 

LYMAN AMBROSE BURNSIDE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Central Norm. Coll., Danville, 111. Gen. Med. 
practice; formerly located at Dolson, 111.; West 
Union, do., later at Terre Haute, Ind. M. R. C, 
U. S. A. ; U. S. Pub. Health Serv., Hosp. 45. Mem., 
Ind. State Med. Assn.; A. M. A. (Fellow). Ad- 
dress, Biltmore, N. Car.t 

HERMAN BUSMAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 31, 1869, Coopersville, 
Mich.; s. Henry (b. Ap 29, 1833, Hanover, Ger.) 
and Hermina (Koop) Busman (b. Je 11, 1842, do.). 
Prepared in Coopersville (Mich.) H. S. V.S., 
Ontario Veterinary Coll., 1895; M.D., Harvey 
Med. Coll., 1903. Located in Chicago, 1905-Ap 
10, 1906; Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Ap 11-S 1906; 
Denver, O 1, 1906-Mr 31, 1914; Omaha, Neb., 
Ap 1, 1914—. Mem., Elder, and Supt. of S. S., 
Reformed Church. Married Je 9, 1895. Children: 
Leslie H., b. Ja 28, 1897; Mildred C, b. Je 18, 
1905; William H., b. S 26, 1908 (died D 15, 1911). 
Address, 2417 D St., Omaha, Neb.; bus. add., 
Federal Bldg., S. Side Station, do. 

FORREST RUSSELL BUTTERFIELD 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 2, 1879; s. David 
Warner (b. Jl 12, 1844, New Boston, N. H.) and 
Cassandra (Oliver) Butterfield (b. Je 14, 1841, 
Stark, Me.). Prepared in Boston H. S. Phys.. 
Chicago, 1906—. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., Fort 
Oglethorpe, Ga., D 12, 1918. Mem., Nat. Geo- 
graphic Soc, 1915 — . Address, 204 E. 31st St., 
Chicago. 

*MATTHEW PHILANDER CADY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1860. Prepared in 
0.shkosh (Wis.) State Norm. Sch.; Univ. of Wis.; 
Milwaukee Med. Coll., 1 yr. Gen. Med. practice, 
Birnamwood, Wis. Mem.j A. M. A. Died D 31, 
I92I, City Hosp., Antigo, Wis. 

JOSEPH ROBERT CAMERON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 29, 1878; s. James 
and Lottie (McKee) Cameron. Prepared in Beaver 
City (Nebr.) H. S. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. 
Pvt., Spanish-Am. War; Capt., Mex. Border; 
Maj., World War. Mem., A. F. A. M., K. T.. 
Shrine; Mod. Woodmen of Am. Married Veda 
Corbin, S 5, 1905, Ashland, Ore. Children: 
Evelyn, b. D 15, 1909; Dale, b. Jl 10, 1912. Ad- 
dress, Bennet, Neb. 

WILLIAM PATRICK CANNON 
Phy«. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
St. Ignatius Coll., 1896-99; St. Vincents Coll., 
1899-1900; Rush Med. Coll., 1900-02; N. W. Med. 
Coll., 1902-03. Gen. Med. practice. Mom., A. 
M. A. Address, 589 S. Schuyler Ave., Kankakee, 
111.; 6ms. add., Cobb Bldg., do.t 

WALTER CARON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1900; b. 1876- 
Prepared in St, Viateurs Coll., Bourbonnais, 111., 
3 yrs. Staff, Univ. Hosp., Chicago. Address, 
800 S. East Ave., Oak Park, 111.; bus. add., 3959 
W. Madison St,, Chicago.f 

FRANK TAYLOR GARY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 

Argyle (Wis.) H. S.; Lawrence Univ.; Univ. of 

Mich., 1901-04. Formerly of Darlington, Wis. 

Address, Gooding, Idalio.t 

WILLIAM E. CASEY 
Phys.. and Surg.; M.D. M.D., Marion-Sims 
Beaumont Med. Coll., 1901. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly of Marion, 111.; Philipsburg, Mont. Ad- 
dress, Hunters IJot Springs, Mont.t 



JOHN AUGUST CHRISTENSON 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Jl 6, 1872, Sweden; s. Nels 
Christenson. A.B., Augustana Coll., 1900. At- 
tending Surg., Augustana Hosp. Mem., A. M. A.; 
111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; Scan- 
dinavian Med. Soc; K. P.; Foresters; Svethoid; 
Lutheran Church; Lutheran Brotherhood and other 
societies of the church. Married Sehna Rund- 
quist, 1905, Ophiem, 111. Address, 1725 Melrose 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 917 Belmont Ave., do. 

ARTHUR NEVILLE CLAGETT 
Gynecologist; M.D.; b. 1870. Attended Mil- 
waukee Med. Coll., 1901-03. B.D., Seabury 
Divinity Sch., Faribault, Minn. Prof., Clin. 
Gynecol., Loyola Univ.; do.. Ill, Post-Grad. Med. 
Sch,; Attending Gynecologist, West Side and West 
End Hosps., Chicago; formerly of Newport News, 
Va. Mem., A. M. A.; Radiological Soc. of N. 
Am. Address, 425 Lake Ave., Wilmette, 111.; 
bus. add., 25 E. Washington St., Chicago.f 

CHARLES CORNELIUS CLARK 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Je 10, 1879, Neoga, 111.; 
s. James (b. S 20, 1840, W. Va.) and Lucinda 
Wright (Buchanan) Clark (b. Jl 26, 1847, Pa.). 
Prepared in Neoga, 111. Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Surg., Chicago, 1905—; Instr., Clin, Med., Coll. 
of Med., 1908-16. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Je 
1918. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°, Shrine; A. M. A. 
Married Clerza E. Redman, Ag 30, 1912, Kansas 
City, Kan. Children: Elizabeth Lucile, b. Je 4, 
1914; Dorothy Alice, b. Ja 19, 1917. Address, 
3970 Lake Park Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 765 
Oakwood Blvd., do. 

DANIEL THOMAS COLE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Rantoul Pub. Schs. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 
located in Wakefield, Mich.; later in Odell, 111. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ag 30, 1917-Ag 13, 1919, 
Ft. Meade, S. Dak.; overseas serv,, S 13, 1917- 
Jl 1, 1919; in M, R, C, at present, Mem., A. 
M, A, Address, Mt, Olive, Ilkf 

♦STANLEY RAY COLEMAN 
Phys, and Surg,; M,D,; b, 1880, Attended 
State Univ, of la, Med, Coll,, 2 yrs,; Rush Med. 
Coll., 1 yr. At one time located in Carson City, 
Mich,; later in Howell, do. Died Ja 21, 1917. 

♦ROBERT EARLE CONKLIN 
M.D.; b. 1878, Prepared in Alma (Neb,) H. 
S. Coroner, Harlan Co, Neb. Mem,, A. M. A. 
Died D 12, 1909, Alma, Neb. 

JAMES JOSEPH COSTANZO 
Physician; M,D,; b. My 20, 1884, New Haven, 
Conn,; s. Luigi and Mary (Esposito) Costanzo, 
Prepared in New Haven (Conn,) H. S, Gen, 
Med, practice; City Health Off, Mem., Stamford 
Med, Soc; Fairfield Co,, Med, Soc; State Med, 
Soc; A, M, A, Married Catherine D'Elia, Je 
2, 1907, New Haven, Conn, Children: Louis 
Paul, b, Ag 5, 1908; Victor Emmanuel, b, Mr 
28, 1911, Address, 82 South St,, Stamford, Conn. 

J, ALLEN CRAWSHAW 
Phys,, Farmer, and Hosp, Dir,; M,D,; b, Ag 
10, 1879, Carbondale, 111,; s, John R. and Jane 
(Brewer) Crawshaw, So, 111, State Norm. Univ. 
Mem,, Bd, of Educ, Hanford, Calif,, 6 yrs, Capt,, 
M, R, C, U, S, A,; Examiner, Calif, local Exemp- 
tion Bd, Mem., A. F. A. M,; B, P, O, E, Mar- 
ried Be-sse A. Hagler, S 16, 1904, Murphysboro, 
111, Children: Alleen, b, Je 20, 1906; John Allen, 
b. Mr 1, 1916. Address, Hanford, Calif. 

JAMES ADAM CROUCH 
M.D.; b. Mr 22, 1876; s. Warner David (b. 
N 30, 1849, Belle Prairie, 111.) and Sarah Pater.son 
(Proudfit) Crouch (b, D 4, 1849, New Concord, 
O), Prepared in Muskingum Coll,, O., and Knox, 
Coll., Galesburg, 111., 1899. Awarded Daniel N. 
Eisendrath Prize in Surg., 1905. Staff, Home- 



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stake Hosp., Lead, S. Dak.; St. Josephs Hosp., 
Deadwood. do.; Rcsidenoo, Bollefourclie. Spanish- 
Am. War, Jo 28, 189S-My 20. 1899— Service in 
Cuba. Address. Bellefourche, S. Dak. 

FRED SHEETS CUTHBERT 
Specialist; M.D.; b. Je 21, 1S7G. Hollandsburn, 
Ind.; s. W. H. and Elizabeth (Sheets) Cuthbert. 
New York Post-Grad. Med. Seh. Gen. Med. 
practice, Kingman, Ind., — 1919; Special work, 
Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, New York, 1919-20; 
Specialist, do.. Kokonio, Ind., 1921-. Slem., A. 
F. A. M.; K. P.; Mod. Woodmen; M. E. Church. 
Married Carrie Stokes Peare. Je 21. 1906, Bell- 
more, Ind. Children: Robert, b. Je 10, 1907; 
Marvin, b. S 1.5, 1909. Address. 2l2Ji. N. Main 
St.. Kokomo. Ind. 



GEORGE H. DANDO 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.- b. Ap 9. 1868. Cleve- 
land, O.; s. George and Carrie (Witner) Dando. 
Prepared in Orland (Ind.) H. S.; B.S., Valparaiso 
Univ., 1903. Mem., A. F. A. M.; K. P. Married 
Flora Van Husan, 1892, Orland, Ind. Children: 
Dorothy, b. My 6, 1896; Donald, b. Je 9, 1905. 
Address, S. Main St., Montpelier, I/id. 



BERTRAM CHARLES DAVIES 
M.D.; b. Ja 13, 1878. Toronto, Can.; s. Charles 
and Sarah (Mills) Davies. Prepared in Toronto 
Collegiate Institute. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Am. 
Therapeutic Soc; A. M. A.; Baptist Church. 
Instr., Gen. Hosp. 14, Ear, Nose, and Throat 
Scb., Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., N 1917-Ja 1919. Auth.: 
Four articles on Asthma. Married Elizabeth F. 
Marsh, Je 6, 1905. Chicago. Address. .'520 S. 
Commonwealth Ave.. Los Angeles; bus. add., 1113 
Chapman Bldg., do. 

HARRIET DAVIES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. B.A., Ripon, 
Wis. Address, Eldorado. Wis. 

FLOREN FRED DAVIS 
M.D.; b. Mr 23, 1880; s. Ruth A. (Hubbard) 
Davis. Mem., A. F. A. M., Consistory; B. P. 
O. E. Married Ida G. Blackburn. N 28, 1906. 
Children: Eldon E., b. Ag 2, 1909; Mary Myrtle. 
b. D 27, 1914. Address, Timewell, 111. 

LEONARD PRATT DAWES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 1. 1875, Monroe 
Tp., Wis.; s George Frank (b. 1851, Machias. 
Me.) and Sarah Elizabeth (Phelps) Dawes (b. Ap 
1855. Dryden. N. Y.). Prepared in Wis. Pub. 
Schs. Located in Chicago. 1905-10; Alaska, 
1910 — . Mem., Bd. Med. Examiners, Alaska 
(Sec, 1918); Bd. Registration, do. 1917-18; War 
Bd. No. 1 do. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. 
Soc; III. State Med. Soc; Am. Coll. of Surg.; 
Garden City A. F. A. M., 141. Masonic Temple. 
Chicago; Alaska Consistory No. 1.. Juneau Nile 
Temple. Shrine. Seattle. Wash. Married Effie 
Leonore Buzard. D 31, 1914, Albany, Mo. Ad- 
dregs, Juneau, Alaska. 

GEORGE ALMARION DEAN 
M.D.; b. S 13, 1878, Chicago; s. George Al- 
marion and Alvina (Renard) Dean. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute, Chicago. Located in Lane, III., 
1907—. Mem., A. M. A.; III. State Med. Soc; 
Dewitt Co. Med. Soc. Married Nettie Hilbish, 
Mr 23, 1907, Elkhart, Ind. Children: Kenneth 
R., b. Ap 28, 1908; George Almarion, b. Ja 3, 
1910; James Raymond, b. N 19, 1912; Lamar 
Hilbish, b. F 6, 1916. Address, Lane, III. 

ARTHUR JESSE EDGAR DECKER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1867. M.D., Central 

Med. Coll., 1899. Not in active practice; formerly 

located in Helena. Okla.; later in Gifford, Ark. 

M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, Creve Coeur, Mo.f 



WILLIAM EDWARD DODGE 
Phy.s. and Surg.; M.D.; h. 1864. Prepared in 
Ryland Acad.; Univ. of Mich., 1900-02; Special 
work, Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., San Francisco. 
Gen. Med. practice; Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
1702 Conti St.. Houston, Tex.f 

FERDINAND EDWARD DOSTAL 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 5. 1881, Czeqho-Slovakia; 
s. Frank (b. Jl 27, 1851, do.) and Aloisic (Ledvina) 
Dostal (b. Je 18, 18.52, do.). Prepared in English 
H. S. Intern in St. Anthony's Hosp., Chicago. 
1905. Grad. work. Ophthalmol.. Chicago Post- 
Grad. Med. Sch., 1907. Located in Chicago; 
1161 W. 18th St.. 1905-15; at 3711 W. 26th St.. 
1915—. Mem.. Vol. M. R. C, U. S. A., 1918; 
Local Bd. 83. Auth.: Translations of The Care 
and Feeding of Cliildren, Holt, into Bohemian; 
various health articles for newspapers. Mem., 
St. Procopius Parish, 1890 — ; Bohemian Med. 
Club; Chicago Med. Soc; III. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; K. C; C. O. F.; C. W.; Rieger Club; 
Physicians Fellowship Club. Address, 3711 W. 
26th St., Chicago; bus. add.. 2642 Central Park 
Ave., do. 

JAMES EDWARD DOWD 

(Brother of Richard E., '08) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Hastings (Neb.) H. S.; Milwaukee Med. Coll., 
1901-03. Formerly of Rush^ille, Neb.; Gen. Med. 
practice. Salt Lake City. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, 1600 Michigan Ave. Salt Lake City; bits. 
add., McCormick Bldg.. do.t 

JIRAH MARSTON DOWNS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 4, 1879, Waterville, O.; 
8. Samuel (b. do.) and Sarah May (Isham) Downs 
(b. do.). Prepared in Ohio Wesleyan Univ.; U. 
S. Mil. Acad.. West Point, and Toledo Med. Coll., 
1901-02. Located in Ellsworth, Kan.. 1905-16; 
Los Angeles, Calif., 1916-17. Deputy Co. Health 
Off., Los Angeles Co., 1920. Capt., M. C, Kan. 
Nat. Guard, Mex. Border, 1916; C^ipt., Inf., U. 
S. A., do.. Med. Dept., do., Je 13-Dl. 1917; Maj., 
do., D 1, 1917-Ja 11, 1919; Lt. Col., Med. Dept., 
O. R. C, 1920. Mem., Los Angeles Co. Med. 
Soc; Assn. Mil. Surgs. Married Lucy McCollum, 
O 16, 1906, St. Louis. Address, 740 S. St. Andrews 
Place, Los Angeles; bus. add., 5558 Hollywood 
Blvd., do. 

JAMES THOMAS DUHIGG . 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
West Div. H. S.; Drake Univ. Med. Coll., 1902-04. 
Formerly located in Des Moines. A. A. Surg., U. 
S. Navy Recruiting Station, Cleveland. Address, 
1395 E. 9th St., Cleveland.t 

♦VERNON AMASA DUNSHEE 
M.D.; b. 1879, Mt. Carroll, 111. Prepared in 
Beloit Coll. and Prep. Med. course, Univ. of 111., 
2 yrs., 1899-1901. Formerly located in Mt. Car- 
roll, III.; Palatka, Fla. Died N 19, 1908, Ashville, 
N. C. 

JOHN BERNARD EAGAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 27, 1881, Avoca, Wis.; 
s. F. J. and Catherine (Gallagher) Eagan. Pre- 
pared in Muscoda (Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice. Mem., K. C; B. P. O. E. Married Mar- 
garet Meier, 1909. Children: John C, b. Mr 7, 
1911; Robert B., b. D 28, 1919. Address, Dell 
Rapids. S. Dak. 

JAMES EDWARD EDWARDS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 30. 1878; s. John G. 
and Jane (Bell) Edwards. A.B.. Wofford Coll., 
Spartanburg, S. Car., 1900; A.M., do.. 1905. Phi 
Chi. Gen. Med. practice. Married Mary- Price, 
1907. Children: James E. Jr.; V. Pcrsis. Address, 
167 N. Fairview Ave., Spartanburg. S. Car. 



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JOHN JOSEPH EGAN 
(Brother of William Joseph, '05) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 26, 1878, Chicago; 
s. John J. (b. Ire.) and Maria (Walsh) Egan (b. 
do.). Prepared in H. S. and prep. sch. Phi Beta 
Pi; Jr. class pres.; Sr. Class Ex. Com. Supt. of 
Bur. of Charities Hosp. for Convalescents, Glen 
Ell.vn, 111., 1905; Indas. Surg., Gary, Ind., 1906; 
Phys. and Surg., Chicago, 1907—. Married Ap 
6, 1910. Address, 3458 W. 62nd Place, Chicago. 

THOMAS SYLVESTER EGAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 25, 1878; s. J. and 
Catherine (Courntry) Egan. Prepared in Lawler 
(la.) H. S. and Normal Sch., Decorah, la. Mar- 
ried Winifred Leonard, N 25, 1908. Address, 
Mapleton, 111. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH EGAN 
(Brother of John Joseph, '05) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 29, 1875; s. John 
J. and Maria (Walsh) Eagan. Mem., K. of C; 
Knights and Ladies of Security; C. O. F. Married 
Alma H. Gebbins, Ag 5, 1902. Address, 2897 
Archer Ave., Chicago. 

BENJAMIN ERNST EVERSMEYER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Muscatine (la.) H. S.; Keokuk Med. Coll., 3 yrs. 
Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
311 E. 6th St., Muscatine, la.; 6ms. add.. Am. Bank 
Bldg., do.t 

FRANK JOHN FARA 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 11, 1881, Chicago; s. 
Frank (b. 1858, Bohemia) and Mary (Jaburek) 
Fara (b. 1858, do.). Prepared in Chicago Schs.; 
Harvey Med. Coll., 1902-03. Grad. work in 
Vienna and Prague, 1909-10. Phys., Dunning 
Institution, 1905-06; Chicago, 1906—; Asst., Clin. 
Med., Coll. of Med., 1908-10. Red Cross Home 
Service, 1918-19. Mem., A. F. A. M., 1907. 
Married Julia M. Tupy, N 21, 1906, Chicago. 
Children: Frank Joseph, b. Mr 19, 1908; Julia M., 
b. Ag 31, 1910. Address, 3341 W. 26th St., Chi- 
cago. 

DAVID CLIFFORD FARQUHAR 
(Cousin of El wood M., '97) 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 3, 1882, Washington Co., 
Pa.; s. Eli (b. Je 9, 1843, do.) and Mary Cleaver (b. 
Ap 26, 1846, do.). Prepared in S. W. St. Norm. 
Sch., California, Pa. Located at Passavant Hosp., 
Pittsburg, Pa., Jl 1905-Jl 1906; Monessen, Pa., 
1906—. 1st Lt., M. R. C, U. S. A., Je 20, 1917- 
Jl 6, 1918; 331 Regt., F. A., Camp Grant, 111. 
Capt., do., Jl 6, 1918-F 19, 1919; Overseas, S 17, 
1918-F 5, 1919. Married Sarah M. Dunlevy, Ag 
8, 1906, Monongahela, Pa. Children: Eleanor L., 
b. Ap 28, 1910; Mildred L., b. Ag 29, 1911. Ad- 
dress, 50 Reed Ave., Monessen, Pa.; bus. add.. 
Trust Bldg., do. 

FRANK BERNHARDT FASTABEND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in 
Baderborn Sch., West Phalia, Ger.; N. W. Med. 
Coll., 1901-02. Prof., Chem. and Materia Med., 
Chicago Med. Sch.; Dir., Clin. do. Address, 4358 
S. Maplewood Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 233 E. 
115th St., do.t 

DAVID HENRY FITZGERALD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
Fond du Lac (Wis.) H. S.; Coll. of Phys. and Surg., 
Milwaukee, 2 yrs. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., 
Chicago Med. Soc. Address, 5059 Sheridan Road, 
Chicago; bus. add., 5201 Broadway, do.f 

ARCHIBALD GRAY FLETCHER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 

Chatham (Ont.) H. S.; Sioux City Coll. of Med., 

1901-03. Formerly located in Orchard, Neb. 

Address, Saranac Lake, N. Y.t 



HARRY ROX FOLCKEMER 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 28, 1880; s. Henry (b. 
1836. Shrewsbury, Pa.) and Ellen (Graver) Fol- 
ckemer (b. 1843, Lewisburg, Pa.). Prepared in 
Maplewood, Camp Point, 111. Alpha Kappa Kap- 
pa. Phys., Dallas City, 111., 1905-07; do., Bowen, 
111., 1907—. Mem., Hancock Co. Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married Ag 22, 
1907, Dallas City, 111. Children: Eleanor E., b. 
O 12, 1908; Gertrude M., b. Ag 21, 1910; Frank 
B., b. Je 1, 1914. Address, Bowen, 111. 



GEORGE EDWARD FORKIN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. My 24, 1880. Mem., A. 
M. A. Addness, Menasha, Wis. 



EDSON ELISHA GADD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. M.D.. Ec- 
lectic Coll. of Med. and Surg., Cincinnati, 1897; 
do., Bennett Med. Coll., 1903. Formerly located 
in Mitchellville, la.; Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
643 34th St., Des Moines; bus. add., Fleming Bldg., 
do.t 

WILLIAM V. GALE 
Phys. an5 Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended 
Milwaukee Med. Coll., 1 yr. B.S., No. 111. Coll. 
Ph.G., Univ. of Buffalo, 1900. Formerly located 
in Lodi, N. Y.; later at 268 N. 7th St., Newark, 
N. J.; Specialist, Otol., Laryngol. and Rhinol., New 
Orleans. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 808 Broad- 
way, New Orleans.t 

CHARLES VIRGIL GANOE 
M.D.; b. D 21, 1882, LeRoy, 111.; s. James and 
Sarah (Taylor) Ganoe. Prepared in Ogden, la.; 
Drake Univ., Des Moines. Phi Beta Pi. Mem., 
B. P. O. E. Married Carrie M. Richardson, My 
30, 1907, Denver. Child, PhiHp Ganoe, b. Ag 
26, 1914. Address, Wiggins, Colo. 

JUSTUS CORBLY GARARD 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 20, 1878, Dunkard, Pa.; 
s. Charles A. and Margaret (Hewington) Garard. 
Prepared in Waynesburg (PaO Coll., 3 yrs. Visit- 
ing Staff, St. Annes Hosp., 4900 Thomas St., Chi- 
cago. Army service, 5 mos., 1918, World War. 
Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; A. F. A. M.; K. P. Address, 3524 W. 
North Ave., Chicago. 



WILLIAM ADOLPH GEORGE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. B.S., S. Dak. 
Agr. Coll., 1900; Ph.G., do., 1902. Formerly lo- 
cated in Gettysburg, S. Dak.; Gen. Med. practice. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, Selby, S. Dak.f 

MERRITT NELSON GERNSEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 16, 1879, Sharon Springs, 
N. Y.; s. Wilham Wilson (b. O 14, 1856, Cobel- 
skill, N. Y.) and Bell S. (Cook) Gernsey (b. Je 
21, 18.58, Huntersland, N. Y.). Prepared in Thorn- 
ton Tp. H. S., Harvey, 111.; Dunham Med. Coll., 
1901-02; Hering Med. Coll., Chicago, 1902-03. 
Phys., Dover, 111., 1905-08; Readlyn, la., 1908-16; 
Waverly, la., 1916 — . Local Examiner for Bur. 
of War Risk Ins. 1st Lt., M. R. C, U. S. A., Ag 
6, 1918-Jl 8, 1919; A. E. F., N 2, 1918- Jl 5, 1919. 
Married Elizabeth A. Lukey, Jl 15, Harvey, 111. 
(died Je 12, 1912); Dorothy Korman, S 29* 1915, 
New Hampton, la. Child, Ruth Wilmot, b. Je 
6, 1912. Address, Waverly, la. 

CHARLES FREDERICK GOETZINGER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Fergus Falls (Minn.) H. S.; Milwaukee Med. Coll., 
2 yrs. Mem., Med. Staff, St. Ehzabeths Hosp., 
Chicago. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc; Assn. Mil. Surgs. Address, 
3535 Armitage Ave., Chicago.t 



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♦CHARI.es EDWIN GOODWIN 
Physician; M.D.; b. ISOl. Prepared in Marshall 
H. S. M.D.. Univ. of Mich.. 1SS3. Formerly 
of Shepherd. Mioh.; Health Off.. Coe Tp.. Isabella 
Co.. Mich. Mem., Isabella Co. Med. Soc. (V. P.); 
Mioh. State Med. Soc. Married Elizabeth Bald- 
win, Je 18, 1901, St. Louis. Mich. Died My 24, 
1910. Ithaca, Mich. 

J. MATT GORDON 

Physician; M.D. A.B., South West Baptist 

Coll., Bolivar, Mo.; B.S., Warrensburg State Norm. 

Warrensburg, Mo. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 1918; 

in service 8 mos. Address. Weatherford. Okla. 

CHARLES PHILIP GORE 
Phj-sician and Teacher; M.D.; b. Mr 11, 1880, 
Vincennes, Ind.; s. Lawrence and Mary Carey 
Gore. Prepared in Lawrenccville H. S. and 111. 
State Normal, Univ., Normal, 111. Med. Advisory 
Bd., Dist. 21, World War. Mem., Christian 
Church; A. F. A. M., Comraanderv, Consistory, 
Shrine: B. P. O. E.; A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Aesculapian; Lawrence Co. Med. Soc. Married 
Cora E. Maxwell. Ag 20. 1902. Lawrenceville, 111. 
Children: Grant, b. Mr 24, 1907; Charles, b. Je 23, 
1913; Philio, b. Ap 15, 1915. .4rfrfress, 1S05 W. 
State St., Lawrenceville, 111.; bus. add., 11th and 
State St., do. 



FRANK M. HAGANS 
M.D.; b. Ja 11, 1S81, Browning, 111.; s. Zach and 
Anna (Bates) Hagans. Prepared in Browning H. 
S., and Knox Coll. Alpha ICappa Kappa. 1st 
Lieut. Camp Greenlcaf, Ga.. World War. Mar- 
ried Maud Mangas, 1906, Lincoln, III. Children: 
EHzabeth, b. O 10, 1907; Frances Marion, b. Ap 
18, 1910; Samuel, b. Ja 9, 1912. Address. 400 
Broadway, Lincoln, 111. 

EMIL HAHN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Schs. of Cincinnati; Toledo Med. Coll., 1901-04. 
Specialist, Internal Med. Address, Granada Bldg., 
Cincinnati; bus. add., Poinciana Bldg., do.t 

♦MARSHALL WILLIAM HARNER 
(Brother of Romeo C, '05.) 
M.D.; b. Ap 5, 1875; s. Henry M. (b. 1834, O.) 
and Martha Jane (Wade) Harner (b. 1839, Va.). 
Prepared in Kansas State Norm. Sch., Emporia, 
Kan.; Kansas City Med. Coll., 1901-02. 2nd in 
scholarship, Jr. and Sr. yrs., Coll. of Med. ' Located 
in Clay Center, Kan., 1905-14. Mem., M. E. 
Church. Married Anna Kay Lewis, Je 1905, 
Howard, Kan. (died Mr 5, 1910); Aline Karr, Je 
1912, Howard, Kan. Child, Marshall K., b. Mr 
5, 1910. Died D 4, 1914. 



OSCAR EMANUEL GRANT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. A.B., Augus- 
tanaColl., 1904. Formerly located in New Wind- 
sor, m.; Specialist in Ophthalmol., Otol., Rhinol. 
and Laryngol., Chicago. Capt., M. C, U. S. A. 
Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Assn. Mil. 
Surgs. Address, 5331 Glenwood Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 5412 N. Clark St., do. 

WILLIAM KARG GRAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Hyde Park H. S., Chicago. Clin. Prof., Otol., 
Rhin., and Laryngol., Loyola I^niv.; Mem., Staflf, 
St. Annes Hosp.; do.. Frances Willard Hosp.; do.. 
Municipal Tuberculosis Hosp. Mem., A. M. A.; 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc. Address, 
2304 Monticello Ave.. Chicago: bus. add., 2349 N. 
Western Ave., and 108 N. State St., do.t 

WILLIAM CHARLES E. GREENWALD 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 23, 1878; s. Joseph (b. 
18.=>0, Prague. Bohemia) and Mary (Mach) Green- 
wald (b. 1852, Pilsen, do.). Prepared in Chicago 
H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Located in Cleve- 
land. 1917 — : Visiting and Attending Phys., Tuber- 
culosis Dept., Cleveland Citv Hosp. Mem., A. 
F. A. M., 32°. Married Ruth Beardsley Harris, 
O 30, 1917, Cleveland. Address, 3118 W. 14th 
St., Cleveland; bus. add., 4421 Clark Ave., do. 

BENJAMIN CH.\SE GROUT 
Phys. and Surg.: M.D.; b. 1870. Prepared in 
West Div. H. S., Chicago. Mem., Chicago Med. 
Soc.^ A. M. A. Address, 806 W. Roosevelt Road, 
Oak Park, lU.t 

MARTIN MELVIN GROVE 
(Brother of Arthur Francis, '10; brother-in-law of 
Roscoe R. Fisk, '12 and Ira William Fisk, '09, B. 
S. in E. E.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 18, 1879; s. Martin A. 
(b. My 9, 1846, Norway) and Mary Grove (b. 
D 31, 1847). Prepared in Plainview, Minn, and 
Univ. of Minn. Zeta Psi; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Located in Dell Rapids; built Dell Rapids Hosp., 
1914-15 and has conducted it since. Mem., Sioux 
Falls Med. Advisory Bd. Mem., .Sioux Falls Dist. 
Med. .Soc. (Pres.. 1914). Married Grace Fiz-k, Ja 
1. 1906. Plainview, Minn. Children: Martin 
Stuart, b. S 4. 1907; Raymond, b. Ag 20. 1908; 
Donald Bernard, b. O 2, 1909: Robert Harold, b. 
F 22, 1912; Maxwell Melvin b. Ap 19, 1919. 
Address. Dell Rapids, S. Dak. 



ROMEO CATLIN HARNER 
(Brother of Marshall W., '05) 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 11, 1867; s. Henry M. 
(b. 1834, O.) and Martha Jane (Wade) Harner 
(b. 1839, Va.). Prepared in Kan. Agr. Coll.; 
Kan. City Med. Coll., 1901-03. Located in Green, 
Kan., 1905-12; Howard, Kan., 1912—. Med. 
Examiner for Elk Co., 1917-18. Married Martha 
Frances Hainey, F 9, 1896, Green, Kan. Children: 
Collis Russell, b. Ap 24, 1898; Olin Wade, b. Ap 
2. 1901; Clare, b. O 1, 1909. Address, Howard, 
Kan. 

PATRICK HENRY HASTINGS 

M.D.; b. 1873, Mclntire, la.; s. Nancy (Gelboy) 

Hastings. Prepared in la. State Norm. Sch. Phi 

Beta Pi. Mem., Catholic Church. Address. Alta 

Vista, la. 



ARTHUR RUSSELL HAYTON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 15, 1878, New York; s. 
Henry (b. Hamilton, Can.) and Antoinette (Bren- 
nan) Havton (b. Edinburgh, Scotland). Prepared 
in Battle Creek Coll., Battle Creek, Mich. Grad. 
work. Royal Ophthalmic Hosp. (Moorfields) Lon- 
don, Eng., and Central London Nose and Throat 
Hosp., do.. 1920. Intern, Butterworth Hosp., 
Grand Rapids, Mich., 1905-06. Located in Shelby, 
Mich., 1906-;-. Married Ida Mae Hebner, 1906, 
Battle Creek, Mich. Child, Arthur Russell, Jr., 
b. Je 8, 1909. Address. Michigan Ave., Shelby, 
Mich. 

ALVA HIETT 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.: b. 1876. Prepared in 
No. Ind. State Norm. Sch., 1 yr.; Barnes Med. 
Coll., St. Louis, 1901-02. Formerly located in 
Monmouth, 111. Address, Little York, lU.t 

SAMUEL GEORGE HIGGINS 
Specialist; M.D.; b. My 14. 1880, Wausau, Wis.; 
s. A. S. G., and Tealie M. (Beatty) Higgins. B. 
S., Univ. of Wis., 1902. Alpha Omega Alpha; Nu 
Sigma Nu. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist. 
U. S. N. R. F.; Med. Advisory Bd. 1, Milwaukee, 
World War. Contributor to Books, Mag. Mem., 
Milwaukee Oto-Ophthalmic Soc.(Pres.); Wis. Med. 
Soc. (Chairman, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Sec). 
Married Frances M. Lascke, Je 26, 1918, Detroit. 
Address. 371 Lake Drive, Milwaukee; bus. add., 
1112 Wells Bldg., do. 



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ANNA BOLENDER HINDS 
Physician; M.D. B.L., Knox Coll., Gales- 
burg, 111., 1892. Kappa Alpha Theta; Nu Sigma 
Phi; Honor Roll. Pliys., Berwyn, 111., 1905—. 
Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. 
Soc.; Womans Med. Soc; Womans Club (Pres., 
1915-16); O. E. S. (Worthy Matron, 1918-19). 
Married Joseph B. Hinds. Child, Frederick J., 
b. 1902. Address, 3357 Oak Park Ave., Berwyn, 
111. 

HARRY JAMES HOAG 
M.D.; b. My 22, 1882, Milwaukee; s. Edgar L. 
and Jemina (Miller) Hoag. Prepared in S. Mil- 
waukee H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Located in 
Potter, Wis.; Cudahy, do.; Mora, N. Mex. Mar- 
ried Bessie Dunn, S 25, 1912. Child, Harry J. 
Jr., b. Ag 5, 1916. Address, Mora, N..Mex. 

ROBERT BALDWIN HOAG 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 1, 1876; s. A. B. and M. 
V, (Van Petten) Hoag. Prepared in Hayward 
(Calif.) H. S. and Univ. of Calif. Gen. Med. 
practice in 111., Mont., Ore., and Calif. Married 
in 1906 at So. Pasadena. Children: Stephen B., 
b. Jl 16, 1907; Hugh F., b. Jl 21, 1909. Address, 
Boulder Creek, Calif. 

*HUBERTUS J. H. HOEVE 
M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in Agr. Coll., Cleves, 
Rhineland, Ger. Gen. Med. practice; formerly 
located in Meherrin, Va.; later in Neenah, Wis. 
Mem., Am. Assn. of Anatomists. Died D 23, 
1918. 

FRED GRANT HOPKINS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute, Chicago. Gen. Med. practice. 
Mem., State Med. Soc. of Wis.; A. M. A. Address, 
East Peoria, lU.t 

*ABRAM HOSTETTER 
M.D.; b. Ja 6, 1881, Mt. Carroll, 111.; s. W. Ross 
and Elizabeth (Barber) Hostetter. Prepared in 
Mt. Carroll H. S., and pre-med. course, Univ. of 
111., Urbana Depts. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Worked 
under Dr. Ochsner, St. Marys Hosp., 6 mos., 1905. 
Intern, Rockford City Hosp., 1906. Phys., Rock- 
ford City, 1906-09. Gen. Med. practice, Monro- 
via, Calif., 1910-14. Mem., Los Angeles Co. Med. 
Soc; Cahf. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; B. P. O. 
E. Married Jessie Telfer, Jl 26, 1909, Beloit, Wis. 
Child, son, b. 1910. Died Ja 18, 1914. Monrovia, 
Calif. 

RUFFIN BARROW JACKS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Attended 
Med. Dept., Univ. of New Orleans before entering 
Coll. of Med. Formerly located in Nero, La.; 
Gen. Med. practice. M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 
Highwood, Ill.t 

HARRY ASBURY JEFFERSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 5, 1880, State Line, 
Wis.; s. James and Lorian (Hinkley) Jefferson. 
Prepared in Menomonie (Wis.) H. S.; Stout In- 
stitute; Univ. of Wis. A. K. K.; Football, 4 yrs., 
Univ. of 111. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. 
Serv.,. World War, 18 mos. Mem., A. F. A. M. 
Married Jeannette Joyce, 1906, Appleton, Wis. 
Children: Robert, b. 1908; Lorian, b. 1911. Ad- 
dress, State Bank Bldg., Clintonville, Wis. 

JOSEPH A. JERGER 
(Husband of Grace Frith Hagans, '04) 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 25, 1879, Plymouth, Eng.; 
s. John J. (b. Baden, Ger.) and Mina (Ellinson) 
Jerger (b. Strassburg, Ger.). Prepared in Ply- 
mouth (Eng.); Hunters Hill Univ., Sydney, Aus- 
tral., 1894-99. Alpha Kappa Kappa; half-mile 
and one mile bicycle records, Eng. and Austral. 
Intern, Alexian Bros. Hosp.; Grad. work in Berlin 
and Vienna; Attending Phys., Mercy Hosp., Chi- 
cago. Mem. of British Expeditionary Force; 



Civihan consultant, Sydney, Austral., 1915-16; 
Observer, Japan, China, and South Sea Islands, 
1916-17. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 
111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Urolog. Soc; Am. 
Urolog. Soc. Married Grace Frith Hagans, 1908, 
Chicago. Child, Wilbur Joseph, b. S 6, 1917. 
Address, 4822 Dorchester Ave., Chicago; 6ms. add., 
30 N. Michigan Ave., do. 

*HAROLD HERBERT JOHNSON 
M.D.; b. 1883. Home, Princeton, la. Died 
Je 25, 1916, Walton, la., from injuries received in 
automobile accident. 

HENRIETTE AMANDA JOHNSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
Oberlin (O.) Acad. Formerly located in Blair 
Wis.; later in San Francisco; Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, White Salmon, Wash.t 

FRED WADE JONES 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 29, 1880, Nilwood. 111. 
s. Henry T. (b. 1850, Shelbyville, Ky.) and Etta 
O. (Metcalf) Jones (b. 1859, Nilwood, 111.). Pre 
pared in Nilwood H. S. and Lewis Inst., Chicago 
Nu Sigma Nu. Grad. work. 111. Eye and Ear la 
firmary, 1907. Consulting specialist, U. S. Pub 
Health Serv., 8th District, Alton section, Alton, 
111. Maj., U. S. R. M. C, Gen. Hosp. 14, Fort 
Oglethorp, Ga., Jl-N 1918; Chief of Eye, Ear 
Nose and Throat Service, Base Hosp., Camp Mer- 
ritt, N. J., O 1918-Jl 1919. Mem., A. M. A.; 
111. State Med. Soc; Am. Acad, of Opthalmol. and 
Oto-Larvngol. (Fellow). Married Mary Krome 
Je 10, 1917, Edwardsville, 111. Address, 926 Lang- 
don St., Alton, 111. 

GRIFFITH MOSES JONES 
Phy-sician; M.D.; b. Ap 25,1870, Wales; s. Moses 
(b. Wales) and Elizabeth (GrifGtn) Jones (b. do.). 
Prepared in Ripon Coll. Phi Rho Sigma. Phys., 
Cambria, Wis., 1905-09; do., Minneapolis, 1909^. 
Married Ap 16. 1895, Cambria, Wis. Children: 
Ehzabeth Lloyd, b. Mr 12, 1898; Mary Judith, 
b. Ag 23, 1908. Address, 3901 10th Ave., S., Min- 
neapolis; 6ms. add., 1525 E. Lake St., do. 

JOHN BRANSON JONES 
M.D.; b. Mr 31, 1877, Waynesville, 111.; s. Chas. 
Wesley and Sarah (Vinson) Jones. Prepared in 
Wavnesville Acad. Married Florence Mabel 
Wright, Ja 18, 1908. Children: John, b. O 4, 
1909; Chas., b. Ja 20, 1911; Clvde Branson, b. 
Mr 2, 1914. Address, Wapella, 111. 

JAMES FRANCIS KEARNEY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Attended 

Univ. of Notre Dame before entering Coll. of Med. 

Gen. Med. practice. Address, 624 E. 51st St., 

Chicago.t 

CHARLES DILWORTH KELLY 
M.D.; b. S 20, 1871, St. Paris, O.; s. George W. 
and Ada (Ditworth) Kelly. Prepared in Arkansas 
City, H. S.; William Jewell Coll., Liberty, Mo., 
2 yrs. 1st Lt.; Maj., World War, 2 yrs.; served 
1 yr. overseas with the A. E. F. Mem., A. F. 
A. M., 32°, Shrine. Two children. Address, 
Blair, Wis. 

*CURTIS ELMER KELSO 
Physician; M.D.; A.B. in Sc, 1905; b. F 21, 
1881, Thomasboro, 111.; s. Charles Elliot (b. Mr 
10, 1858, Morganstown, Ind.) and .lennie (Kauff- 
man) Kelso (b. My 19, 1860, Whitley Co., Ind.). 
Prepared in Univ. Acad. Practicing Phys., Cham- 
paign, 190.5-11.; do.. Thomasboro, 111. Real Es- 
tate and Farming, 1911-18. 1st Lt., M. R. C, 
U. S. A., Co. 5. Bn. 2, Camp Forest, Chickamauga 
Park, Ga., 1918; Gen. Hosp. 1, Ft. Oglethorpe, 
Ga., 1919; In charge of Med. recruiting for seven 
southern States, 1919-20. Mem., 111. State Med. 
Soc; A. M. A. Married Elizabeth Burr, N 16, 
1907, Champaign. Died, Ja 9, 1920, Ft. Ogle- 
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HARLEY EMMETT KEYES 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 3, 1S75; s. Frank Marian 
(b. 1853, Gratiot Co. Mich.) and Elizabeth (Hart) 
Keyes (b. 1854, Williams Co., O.). Prepared in 
Ithaca, Mich., and Chicago. Located in Chicago, 
1905-10; Maddock, N. Dak.. Ap 1910—. Mar- 
ried Agnes M. Hansen, Ja 17, 1906, Clucago. 
Children: Harley E., b. My 12, 1907: Virginia E., 
b. N 1. 1909. Address, Maddock, N. Dak. 

JOHN JOSEPH KILLEEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
St. Ignatius Coll., Chicago. M.D., Jenner Med. 
Coll., 1904. Specialist, Otol., Laryngol., and 
Rhinol., Chicago; Oto-Laryngol., St. ^Iarys and 
St. Anthonys Hosps., do.; Surg., B. & O. Ry. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago 
Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; Am. Acad, of 
Ophthalmol, and Oto-Laryngol. Address, 2044 W. 
Roosevelt Road, Chicago; bus. add., 104 S. Michi- 
gan Ave., <io.t 

THEOPHILUS KUBRICHT 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1S64. Prepared in 

Oberlin (O.) Coll., 1890-96; Rush Med. Coll., 

4 mos. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. 

Address, Wallis. Tex.t 

LEROY PHILIP KUHN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ag 27, 1879; s. Philip (b. 
O.) and Bertha Kuhn (b. do.). Prepared in Baker 
Univ. Acad., Baldwin. Kan. Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
Treas. of Class, 190.>. Located in Fairbury, III., 
6 vrs.; Chief Surg., Lumbermans Mutual Casualty 
Co.; do.. 111. Mfrs. Casualty Co. Capt., M. C, 
U. S. A., Ag 4-D 4. 1918. Auth.: Pamphlet on 
Compulsory Health Ins., and various Med. articles. 
Mem.. Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. A.; M. E. Church. 
Married Je 1913. Children: Kathryn Margaret, 
b. S 14, 1918; Jane Audrey, b. F 27, 1919. Ad- 
dress, 912 Gait Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 108 S. 
La Salle St., do. 

SHIRLEY CHARLES LANG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. M.D., Chi- 
cago Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1903. Gen. Med. 
practice. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Rockport, 
Ind.t 

WILLIAM F. LAUTERBACH 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist; M.D.; 
b. Ag 10, 1881, Dayton, O.; s. Charles L. and 
Theresa (Fries) Lauterbach. Prepared in Steele 
H. S. and Wittenburg Coll., Springfield, O. Omega 
Upsilon Bhi. Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Specia- 
list, Dayton, O. Army Serv., World War, 18 mos.; 
.\. E. F., 9 mos. Married Jeannette K. Farrell, 
1907, Dayton, O. Child, William P., b. Je 16, 
1909. Address, Maples, R. R. 5. Dayton, O.; 
hwi. add., 905 W. B. Bldg., do. 

WILLIAM MARTIN LAWYER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 12, 1869; s. James 
P. and Joanna (Moss) Lawyer. B.S., Valparaiso 
Univ., 1891. Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Effie 
F. Billings, 1895, Webster, S. Dak. Children: 
Raskin B., b. 1897; Gordon F., b. 1902; Helen 
May, b. 1908. Address, Cambridge, O. 

*CLARE SUMNER LEARNED 
M.D.; b. 1882. Attended Milwaukee Med. 
Coll., 2 yrs. Formerly of Racine, Wis. Died Ja 
9, 1907, 629 Grand Ave., Chicago. 

EMIL ZOLA LEVITIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Attended N. 
Y. Med. Coll. before entering Coll. of Med. Spe- 
cialist in Neurol, and Psychiatry. -Address, 128 
Barker Ave., Peoria; bus. add., Jefferson Bldg., do.\ 

JOSEPH WILLIAM LIVINGSTONE 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Attended 

Hamline Univ., Minneapolis, 1901-03. At one 

time located in Pelican Rapids, Minn.; later in 

Bantry, N. Dak. Addrfss, Hudson, Wis.t 



ALBERT LUESING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Big Rapids (Mich.) H. S. M.D., Harvey Med. 
Coll., 1903. Extern, Norway Lutheran Deaconess 
Hosp., 1905. Address, 211 Liberal Exchange Bldg., 
Seattle .t 



LAWRENCE S. B. LUNDWALL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 15, 1876, Sweden; s. 
N. P. Lundwall. B.S., Augustana Coll., Rock 
Island, 111., 1901. Vol. Med. Serv. Corps, U. S. 
A., World War. Mem., A. M. A.; Mass. Med. 
Soc. Married Martha Carlson, S 22, 1910, Brock- 
ton, Mass. Children: Gordon Lee, b. Je 2, 1914; 
Marjorie Louise, b. Ja 23, 1918. Address, 81 
Main St., Gardner, Mass. 



CHARLES McARTHUR 
M.D.; b. Ag 21, 1876, Hartley, Ont.; s. Margaret 
(McDiarmid) McArthur. Prepared in Jefferson 
H. S., and Lindsay Collegiate Institute, Lindsay, 
Ont. House Surg., Chicago Hosp., under Dr. 
Alexander Hugh Ferguson, 1905, 18 mos. Spe- 
cialist in raising orchids and chrysanthemums. 
Served on the Examing Bd., World War. Mar- 
ried Ap 2, 1912, Tecumseh, Mich. Children: 
Alex Stewart, b. My 9, 1914; Helen Agnes, b. Je 
1. 1918. Address, Swift Current, Sask. 

CHARLES ASA McCONNELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 4, 1867, Johnson 
Co., 111.; s. Albert and Rebecca (Cardwell) McCon- 
nell. B.S., Lebanon Univ. Mem., Hot Springs 
Med. Soc; Garland Co. Med. Soc; Ark. State 
Med. Soc; Mod. Woodman; K. P. Married 
Maud Huffman, 1894, Simpson, 111. Children: 
Robert J., b. O 25, 1895 (died 1897); Herbert, b. 
F 14, 1908. Address, 626}^ Central Ave., Hot 
Springs, Ark. 

JOHN ALEXANDER McKAY . 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 4, 1869; s. Robert ' 
and Jean (McTavish) McKay. Prepared in Win- 
nipeg (Can.) H. S., Univ. of Toronto. M.D., 
Univ. of Manitoba, 1914. Attended the N. Y. 
Post-Grad. Med. Sch.. 1908; Chicago Post-Grad. 
Med. Sch., 1910. Admitted to Sr. yr. in So., 
Univ. of Wash., 1914. Specialist in Gynecol., 
Seattle. British Recruiting Mission, Seattle; Med. 
Examiner, S 1916-0 1917, World War. Mem., 
Presby. Church; A. F. A. M., Scottish Rite, 32°, 
Shrine; I. O. O. F. Surg. Club, Rochester, Minn. 
(Life Member.) Married Mary H. I. McRae, N 
20, 1908, Portland. Child, John Alexander, b. 
Ap 7, 1914. Address, 4814 42nd Ave., S., Seattle; 
bus. add., 5710 Rainier Ave., do. 

FRANK WILLIAM MACKOY 
Roentgenolgist; M.D.; b. N 24, 1879, Ky. ; 
s. William H. and Cora (Davis) Mackoy. Pre- 
pared in Wheelersburg (O.) H. S., Valparaiso Univ., 
and Univ. of Mich. Roentgenol., Sacred Heart 
Sanitarium, Milwaukee. 1st Lt., X-Ray Serv., 
World War, 6 mos. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°; 
Murat Shrine, Indianapolis; B. P. O. E., 46, Mil- 
waukee. Married Marjorie Gordon Hayes,' O 8, 
1917. Child, Mary Loui.se, b. Jl 31, 1918. Ad- 
dress, 411 24th Ave., Milwaukee; bus. add.. Sacred 
Heart Sanitarium, do. 

CHARLES ALFORD MAGHY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 30, 1881, Lucan, Ontario; 
s. Thomas William and Alma Jane Maghy. Pre- 
pared in Listowel Collegiate Institute, 1898. Phi 
Rho Sigma. Located in Chicago, 1906-07; Wyo- 
ming and London, 1907-19. Maj. Royal Army 
M. C, Fr., 191.5-16. Auth.: One hundred cases 
of Acute Glaucoma; Bi-lateral Glioma Retina; 
Blood staining cornea; Degeneration of cornea; 
Articles published in British Jour, of Ophthalmol.; 
Archives of Ophthalrml.- Am. Jour. Ophthalmol. 
Address, 410 Timkon Bldg., San Diego, Calif. 



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CLARK CHAMPLIN MEEKS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. M.D., 111. 
Med. Coll., 1905. Prepared in Pontiac H. S. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, Pontiac, Ill.t 

WHEELER HAYES MELVIN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 

Cashton (Wis.) H. S.; Ky. Sch. of Med., 1 yr. 

Formerly located in Avalanche, Wis. Gen. Med. 

practice. Address, Roscoe, S. Dak.f 

CHARLES WALTER MERRITT 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 16, 1880; s. Charles W. 
(b. N 7, 1852, Chicago) and Theresa Anna (Hil- 
lier) Merritt (b. O 21, 1852, O). Prepared in 
West Division H. S., Chicago and Wheaton Prep. 
Sch., Wheaton, 111., 1899-1901. Beltionian Soc. 
Phys., St. Joseph, Mich., Je 6, 1905—. Capt., 
M.C., U. S. A., N 7, 1918-Je 3, 1919. Mem., 
Berrien Co. Med. Soc; Mich. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; Med. Veterans of the World War. 
Married Jane Bingham, Je 3, 1909, Niagara. Falls, 
N. Y. Children: Robert Walter, b. F 2, 1913; 
Elizabeth and Charles William, b. N 24, 1916. 
Address, 815 Lake Blvd., St. Joseph, Mich.; bus. 
add., 311 State St., do. 

FRANK WALDO MERRITT 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in Center- 
ville (la.) H. S. Surg., Gary Hosp., Gary, Ind.; 
do.. 111. Steel Co. Mem., A. M. A.; Ind. State 
Med. Assn.; Lake Co. Med. Soc; Gary Med. Soc. 
Address, 208 S. La Salle St., Chicago.t 

AGNES MIKKELSEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 22, 1879, Chicago; 
s. Josephine (Helstrom) Mikkelson. Address, 1943 
N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago. 

CHARLES ARCHER MILLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 8, 1873; s. George 
C. (b. Xenia, O.) and Lucilla C. (Archer) Miller 
(b. O 4, 1838, Princeton, Ind.). Prepared in 
Princeton, Ind. A.B., Univ. of Ind., 1896. Ind. 
Beta of Phi Kappa Psi. Phys. and Surg., Prince- 
ton, Ind., 1907 — . Married Leonora M. Paxton, 
1911, Princeton, Ind. Child, Thomas Archibald, 
b. Ja 11, 1916. Address, 221 W. Monroe St., 
Princeton, Ind.; bits, add., 117 S. Hart St., do. 

*GEORGE EDWARDS MILLER 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1873. Health Off., San- 
born, la. Mem., A. M. A. Died O 17, 1910, 
Struble, la. 

JOHN FREDERICK MILLER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 11, 1877, Freeport, 
111.; s. Frank and S. (Faringer) Miller. Mem., 
I. O. O. F. Married Gertrude Schu,ster, Je 26, 
1906, Naperville, 111. Children: Donald, b., 1907; 
Eugene, b. 1909; Dean, b. 1914. Address, Andover, 
S. Dak. 

WILLIAM MONTGOMERY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884. Prepared in 
Hyde Park H. S.; 111. Med. Coll., 1898-1900. 
Formerly located in Eau Claire, Wis. Specialist, 
Urol., • Minneapolis. Mem., Wis. State Med. 
Soc. Address, 116 13th St., S.,' Minneapolis; 
6ms. add., Pillsbury Bldg., do.f 

GEORGE WILFORD MOORE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 8, 1876; s. Seth 
and johana (Werner) Moore. Prepared in Ke- 
waunee H. S. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, 
Antigo, Wis. Married Jl 10, 1909. Children: 
Genevieve, b. Je 23, 1910; Georgia, b. Ag 23, 1911; 
Nan, b. Ja 12, 1914. Address, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., 
Antigo, Wis. 

LEONE MORDEN (SCRUBY) 
Phys. a,nd Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 9, 1876, Jefferson, 
la.; d. R. P. and Elizabeth (Dyer) Morden. Pre- 
pared in Guthrie Co. H. S., 1900. Class Honor 



Roll. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, Des Moines. 
Mem., Presby. Church. Married Aaron B. Scruby, 
1907, Des Moines. Child, Mildred, b. Ag 26, 
1910. Address, 215 Citizens Bank Bldg., Des 
Moines. 

NELSON CASE MORROW 
(Son of Andrew T., '74, C.E.; Brother of Louise, 
'06) 
Physician; M.D.; B.S. in Sci., 1904; b. N 6, 
1879, Tonganoxie, Kan.; s. Andrew T. (b. Ag 2, 
1845, Ind.) and Harriet Mercy (Case) Morrow 
(b. Je 8, 1842, Pa.). Prepared in Rockford H. 
S. Phys., Altamont, Kan., 1907-14; do., Cuicago, 
1914-19; do., Parsons Kan., 1919—. Capt., M. 
C, U. S. A., Ap 1918-S 1919; With A. E. F., Base 
Hosp., 11; With Gen. Hosp. 28. Fort Sheridan, 111. 
Married Grace Todd, Ja 1. 1908, Manchester, la. 
Child, Marjoria Harriet, b. O 31, 1910. Address, 
1800 Clark St., Parsons, Kan. 

WILLIAM CHALMERS MOUNT 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 9, 1879, Darlington, Ind.; 
s. William B., (b. My 28, 1858, Crawsfordsville, 
Ind.) and Anna E. (Buchanan) Mount (b. Ap 21, 
1859, Darlington, Ind.). Prepared in Darlington 
(Ind.) H. S. Phi Beta Pi; Football letter. Mar- 
ried Mary B. Ulm, D 29, 1909, Kirklin, Ind. 
Child, William Ulm, b. O 22, 1911. Address, 
Kirklin, Ind. 

PATRICK A. MURPHY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
S. Div. H. S., Chicago. Asst. Demonstrator, Anat. 
Coll. of Med., 1904-06. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, 1432 Clayton St., Denver; bus. add., Metro- 
politan Bldg., do.t 

LOUIS WINFIELD MYERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
No. 111. State Norm. Sch. Formerly located in 
Argenta, 111. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. M. 
A. Address, Marion, N. Dak.f 

ALBERT OKERSTROM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. A.B., Augus- 
tana Coll., 1898; Univ. of la., 4 mos. Formerly 
located in Oanka, Minn.; retired from active prac- 
tice. Address, Sycamore, Ill.t 

OLOF OLSSON 
M.D.; b. Je 7, 1866, Sweden; s. Ola and Anna 
(Persson) Olsson. A.B., Augustana Coll., 1900. 
Mem., Lutheran Church; Svithiod and North 
Star. Married Anna Larsson, Mr 29, 1914, Chi- 
cago. Child, Roland, b. Jl 21, 1915. Address, 
11106 Indiana Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 41 E. 
111th St., do. 

FRANCIS WILLIAM O'NEILL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Graceville (Minn.) H. S. B.S., Univ. of Minn., 
1902. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., A. M. A. 
Address, 34 E. 8th Ave., Spokane; bus. add., Pey- 
ton Block, do.t 

CARL AUGUST PALM 
Industrial Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 22, 1867; s. Hans 
A. and Anna S. (Jonson) Palm. Industrial Surg., 
Kenosha, Wis. Mem., A. M. A.; Kenosha Co. 
• Med. Soc. Married Lina Nebel, Ag 22, 1907, 
Chicago. Children: Carl Erik, b. My 26, 1908; 
Esther, b. D 30, 1909; Paul, b. My 20, 1911; Ruth, 
b. S 5, 1915. Address, 861 Prairie Ave., Kenosha, 
Wis. 

*THOMAS JEFFERSON PALMER 
(Husband of Clara Fogle, M.D., '03) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 4, 1879; s. A. J. (b. 1853, 
111.) and Lena (Wood) Palmer (b. 1858, 111.). 
Prepared in Keokuk (la.) H. S.; Keokuk Med. Coll. 
Intern, Maywood Gen. Hosp., 1905-06. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chicago, 1906-06; McAlister, Okla., 1906- 



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War, 1S98; U. S. Postal Service. 1901; U. S. Sur- 
vey, 1903: 1st T,t., 6th Sanitary Train; Field Hos- 
pital 27, World War. Mem., M. E. Church; A. 
F. A. M.; Pittsburgh Co. Med. Soc. Married 
Clara Fogle, ('03) S 8, 1903, Chicago. Child, Clara 
Frances, b. F 13, 1908. Died O 2S, 1918, Base 
Hospital 114, Bordeaux, France. 

GEORGE PARKE 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. ISSl. Prepared in 
Richland Centre (Wis.) H. S. Formerly located 
at Sylvan. Wis. M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. 
M. A. Address, Viola, Wis.t 

OLIN EARL PARMELEE 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 19, 1873, Hillsdale Co., 
Mich.; s. E. K. and Ellen D. (Tremaine) Parme- 
lee. Prepared in Petersburg H. S.; Harvey Med. 
Coll. Gen. Med. practice, Lambertville, Mich. 
Auth.: Articles in Jaur. A. M. A.; Mich. State 
Med. Jour., Year book for Chicago. Mem., A. 
F. A. M., 32° Shrine; I. O. O. F. Married Edith 
B. Kinney, N 11, 1905. Children: LeRoy Earl, 
b. Ap 25. 1907; C. Barrett, b. Je 20, 1911. Ad- 
dress, Lambertville, Mich. 

BENJAMIN PERRY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G.. 1901; b. 1877. 
Prepared in 111. State Norm. Sch. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice; formerly located at Melvin, 111.; later at 3230 
W. Monroe St., Chicago. Address, Oak Forest, 
Ill.t 

HENRY CHRISTIAN PETERSEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 16, 1875; s. Henry C. 
(b. Denmark) and Mary (Jensen) Petersen (b. 
do.). Prepared in State Norm. Sch., San Jose, 
Calif. Student in London, 1910-11; Post-grad, 
work. New York Lying-in Hosp., 3 mos., 1916. 
Located in Stockton. Calif., 1905—. Mem., M. 
E. Church; A. F. A. M.; K. T. Married Cora E. 
Comfort, 1906, Stockton, Calif. Child, Henry 
Charles, b. Mr 6, 1911, London. Address, 1225 
N. Hunter St., Stockton, Claif.; bus. add., Belding 
Bldg., do. 

ENOCH FRED PETERSON 
(Brother of Axel Emanuel Peterson, '07) 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1901; b. Jl 1, 1880, 
Weston, la.; s. John Frederick (b. Ag 6, 1844, 
Denmark) and Margaret Peterson (b. F 15, 1848, 
do.). Located in Varna, 111., 1905-12; Coroner, 
MarshaU Co., 111., 1908-12; Health Commissioner. 
Wauwatosa, Wis., 1915 — ; Milwaukee Co. Phys., 
191.5—. Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; K. P.; 
A. M. A.; Milwaukee Med. Soc; Co. Med. Soc. 
Married Edna Ledwith, My 31, 1902, Chicago. 
(Children: Florence Margaret, b. Ag9, 19()4; Freddie 
Nadine, b. Je 26, 1911; Ruth Lucine, b. O 28, 1913; 
Jacquelvn. b. Ap 3, 1918. Address, 280 N. Main 
St., Wauwatosa, Wis.; bus. add., 203 N. Main St., 
do. 

SIGMAR PIROSH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
Medill H. S.. Chicago. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, 2202 W. North Ave., Baltimore, Md.; bus. 
add., 1510 E. Fort Ave., rfo.t 

TILMAN HOW^ARD PLANK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute. M.D., Chicago Homeopathic 
Med. Coll., 1896. Adjunct Prof., Gynecol.. Hahne- 
mann Med. Coll. Mem., Cent. Soc. Phys. Therap. 
(Pres.); Nat. Soc. Phys. Therap.; Am. Institute 
of Homeopathy; 111. Homeopathic Med. Soc; Chi- 
cago Homeopathic Med. Soc. Address, 2062 N. 
Clark St., Chicago; bus. add., Heyworth Bldg., do. 

CHARLES JULIUS PLONSKE 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 15, 1871, Ger.; s. August 
fb. My 7, 1843. do.) and Augustine (Kelmou.ske) 
Plonske (b. S 6, 1848, Posen, Ger.). Prepared in 



Baldwin, Wis., St. Paul and Keokuk, la. Loca- 
ted in Bancroft, la., 1905-06; Berlin, Vienna, and 
London, 1907-08; Minneapolis, 1909-17; Eye. Ear, 
Nose and Throat Specialist, State Sch. for Feeble 
Minded, Faribault, Minn., 1917 — ; one of founders 
of the Faribault Clinic; in charge of Eye, Ear. 
Nose and Throat work, do., 1919. Mem., Med. 
Advisory Bd.. 1917-18. Auth.: Gastric Ulcers and 
Insurance E.xaminations. Ja. State Med. Jour., 

1906. Married Marion Gertrude Clarke, O 7, 
1914. Child, Marion Evelyn, b. Jl 23, 1915. 
Address, 208 W. 6th Ave., Faribault, Minn. 

CLARENCE DAY POWELL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 26, 1880, Rockfield, 
Ind.; 8. John W. (b. 1837, Sand Prairie, 111.) and 
Sarah E. (Roop) Powell (b. S 7, 1858, Rockfield, 
Ind.). Prepared in Peoria H. S., and Shattuck 
Sch., Faribault, Minn., 1899-1900. Nu Sigma Nu; 
Capt., Baseball; Capt. and Quarterback, Football 
Team, Shattuck, 1900; Quarterback, Football 
Team. Coll. of Med. Located in Minnewaukan, 
N. Dak., 1907-09; Valier, Mont., 1909—. Chm.. 
Four Minute Men, Valier, Mont. Married O 10, 

1907, Minnewaukan, N. Dak. (divorced Ja 8, 
1920, Great Falls, Mont.). Child, Gynell Denice, 
b. Ag 22, 1915. Address, Valier, Mont. 

GEORGE J. POWERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 11, 1883, Streator, 
111.; s. G. W. and Anna (Schaff) Powers. Pre- 
pared in Streator H. S. Capt., M. C, U. S. 
A., 359th Inf., 90th Div.; one yr., A. E. F., Army 
of Occupation, Germany, 7 mos.; Offensive, St. 
Mihiel; Meuse; Argonne. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
I. O. O. F.; L. O. O. M. Married Bess K. Jones, 
Ap 6, 1917, Streator, 111. Child, George, Jr., b. 
My 3, 1920. Address, 113 6th St., Streator, 111.; 
bus. add., 206 E. Main St., do. 

CARL MATTIS RANSEEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 15, 1879, Ottumwa, 
la.; s. Mattis Carl (b. Ap 6. 1845, Sweden) and 
A»na Sophia (Anderson) Ranseen (b. O 30, 1851, 
do.). Prepared in Augustana Coll., Rock Island, 
111. B.S., Univ. of Wis., 1901. Intern, Augus- 
tana Hosp., Chicago. 190.5-07; Phys. and Surg.. 
Rockford. 111., 1907—. Mem., of Draft Bd., East 
Rockford, 111., during World War. Mem., Win- 
nebago Co. Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Hilda Elizabeth Berglund, My 27. 1908. Elgin. 
111. Children: Lucile Hilda, b. Mr 9, 1909; Ferdi- 
nand Carl, b. and died, Ap 1912. Address, 518 
College Ave., Rockford. III.; bus. add., 402 Seventh 
St., do. 

MELBOURNE RAYNOR 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 11, 1879, Ontario, 
Can.; s. George and Edna (Garrett) Raynor. B. 
S.A., Ontario Agr. Coll., 1900. Mem., M. E. 
Church; A. F. A. M.; Rotary Club. Married 
Leona Humphreys, Je 1906. Cleveland. Children: 
Edna May, b. Ja 25, 1908; Howard and Everett 
(twins) b. N 3, 1910. Address, 305 Perman- 
enehoan Bldg., Victoria, B. C. 

WILLIAM HENRY REED 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Attended 
Gross Med. Coll., Denver, 1900-01. A.B., Univ. 
of la., 1900. Formerly located in Mankato, Kan.; 
later in Bridgewater, la. Address, Opheim, Mont.t 

FELIX HERMAN RENBERG 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 31, 1882, Chicago; s. 
Herman (b. 1838, Wildeshausen. Ger.) and Hannah 
(Salomon) Renberg (b. 1850, Breslau, Ger.). Pre- 
pared in Pub. Schs. Rea Scholarship, Coll. of 
Med. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago, 1905 — ; 
Health Officer, Chicago Health Dept., 1907; Instr., 
Pediatrics, Post-Grad. Med. School, Chicago. Act- 
ing Asst. Surg., U. S. Pub. Health Serv., 1918; 
Med. Relief, Chicago Chap., Am. Red Cross; M. 
O. R. C. U. S. A.. 1917. Mem., Chicago Med. 
Soc; lU. State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; A. F. A. M.; 



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Am. Pub. Health Assn.; Alumn. Assn., Coll. of 
Phys. and Surg. Married N 25, 1915 (wife died 
22, 1918) Chicago. Address. 4750 Forrestville 
Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 2459 Wentwortb Ave., do. 

DANIEL E. RICARDO 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 15, 1873, London, 
Eng.; s. Emanuel and Sarah (Mercado) Ricardo. 
Orthopedic Surg., Chicago Coll. of Med.; 111. Coll. 
of Chiropody. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. 
Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; Cook Co. Med. Soc; 
A. F. A. M.; Mod. Woodman. Married Justme 
Friend, Ag 1, 1910, Cincinnati. Child, Jeanne, Je 
25, 1911. Address, 7023 Jeffery Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 31 N, State St., do. 

HARRISON CHRISTIANSON RIEGEL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 24, 1877, Liglits- 
ville, O.; s. Gabriel and Malissa (Brooks) Riegel. 
Prepared in Ohio No. Univ., 1900. Married 
Emily Armstrong. Children: Mary Elouise, Ja 
1905; Eleanor Marie, Je 1909. Address, Ross- 
burg, R. R. 1, Lightsville, O. 

HARRY ANDREW ROACH 
Phys. and Surg.'; M.D.; b. Ja 31, 1883, Heart 
Prairie, Wis.; s. James (b. N 20, 1851, Whitewater, 
Wis.) and PauHne (Shroble) Roach (b. My 4, 
1855, do.). Prepared in Whitewater (Wis.) H. 
S. Phys. and Surg., Chicago. With Am. Red 
Cross, Home Service, 1917-19. Mem., Metro- 
politan Lodge 860, A. F. A. M.; York Chapter, 
148 R. A. M.; Columbia Commandery 63, K. T.; 
Medinah Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S. Married 
Mable Blanche Roach, D 7, 1907, Chicago. Child, 
Florence Pauline, b. F 16, 1911. Address, 3539 
Van Buren St., Chicago; bus. add., 1705 Madison 
St., do. 

FREDERICK HENRY RODEMEYER 
M.D.; b. Mr 14, 1876, Hampton, la.; s. Fred and 
Louisa (Fahrman) Rodemeyer. Prepared in 

Hampton H. S. and Ellsworth Coll. Mem., A. 
F. A. M.; I. O. O. F. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., 10th 
San. Tr., Camp Funston, Kan. Married L. S. 
Goldberg, S 29, 1903. Children: Langdon G., b. 
Jl 2, 1908; Milo Bryce, b. F 21, 1917. Address, 
Sheffield, la. 

ALBERT ALEXANDER ROTH 
Urologist; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in Gymna- 
sium, Kieff, Rus.; Chicago Coll. Pharm., 1 yr. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc. Address, 1139 Independence Blvd., Chicago; 
6ms. add., 3354 S. Halsted St., do.t 

FREDERICK RUDNICK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; Ph.G., 1893; b. Ap 24, 
1874, Chicago; s. John and Wilhelmine (Mueller) 
Rudnick. Health Officer, City Dept., Health. 
Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. 
Soc; A. M. A.; A. F. A. M., K. T., Shrine. 
Married Frieda Behrendt, Mr 15, 1899. Child, 
Dorrin, b. D 22, 1899. Address, 2007 Milwaukee 
Ave., Chicago. 

ROBERT KARLSON SARHEIM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Minneapolis Acad., 3 yrs.; Hamline Univ., 1901-03. 
Formerly of Minneapolis; later of Chicago. Ad- 
dress, Wildrose, N. Dak.f 

ROBERT GARFIELD SAVAGE 
M.D.; b. O 7, 1881; s. Thos. J. and Annie (Con- 
ners) Savage. Prepared in Boone, la. and Lewis 
Institute, Chicago. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Asst. 
Med., Coll. of Med., 1918-20. 1st Lt., M. C, 
U. S. A., O 1, 1918-Ja 31, 1919, Camp Grant. 
Mem., K. C; B. P. O. E. Wife deceased. Chil- 
dren: Jane Ann; Robert J.; Thomas S. Address, 
532 S. Elmwood Ave., Oak Park, 111.; 6ms. add., 
427 W. Harrison St., do. 

ELISHA E. SAYAD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Hope Coll., Holland, Mich.; Univ. of Mich. Med. 
Dept., 1899-1901. Formerly located in Oreo, 
Miah, Persia. t 



CHARLES PETER SCHELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 1, 1873, Ger.; s. 
John Peter (b. My 23, 1834, Ger.) and Elizabeth 
(Boettiger) Schell (b. S 12, 1845). Prepared in 
Chicago H. S. Phys. and Surg., Chicago. Mem., 
A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc. Married S 26, 1896, 
Chicago. Child, Milton Charles, b. Ag 18, 1907, 
Chicago. Address, 1700 Chicago Ave., Chicago. 

CHARLES HENRY SCHMIDT 
Phys. and Surg.;M.D.;Ph.G.,1902; b.N 30,1881; 
s. Sophia (Tollck) Schmidt. Gen. Med. and Surg, 
practice; Quarantine Off.,Chgo. Health Dept. Instr. 
Jr. Med., Coll. of Med., 1912-14. Mem., Lutheran 
Church; A. F. A. M., K. P.; Nat. Union; 111. State 
Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc. Married Effie 
Olson, My 30, 1914, Chicago. Children: Effie 
b. Mr 5, 1915; Carl, b. Jl 12, 1916. Address, 2749 
W. Division St., Chicago. 

CHARLES MATHIAS SCHOEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. A.B., Mar- 
quette Coll., Milwaukee, 1890; Milwaukee Med. 
Coll., 1901-03. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 745 
Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee; 6us. add.. Security 
Bldg., do.i 

OSCAR VICTOR SCHROETER 
Clinician; M.D.; b. Ap 12, s. John B. (b. Ap 
10, 1848, Mannheim, Baden, Ger.) and Alice 
(Charbonneau) Schroeter (b. Je 10, 1857, Montreal, 
Can.). Prepared in West Division H. S., Y. M. 
C. A. courses, Lewis Institute; Univ. of Calif. 
Extension, 1895-99. Located in Chicago 1905-11; 
student of Dermatol., Vienna, 1911; do. of Urol., 
Berlin, 1912, Clinician, Univ. of Calif. Postgrad. 
Sch.. Los Angeles, 1912—. Capt., M. C„ U. S. 
A., Ag 1918-My 1919; on special Exam. Bd., 
later at base hosp.. Camp Travis, Tex. Autb.: 
Lectures of Dr. W. E. Quine, (published in mimeo- 
graph form, 1905). Married Vina I. Schroeter. 
Children: Alice Ethel, b. Je 2, 1906; Robert I., 
b. Ap 17, 1915. Address, 1110 S. Lake St.. Los 
Angeles; bus. add., 11th fl. Brack Shops, do. 

LOUIS SCHULTZ 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ap 15, 1867, Bischwiller, 
Alsace; s. Charles and Louise (Ostertag) Schultz. 
Prepared in Chicago Coll. of Dent. Surg., 1901. 
Phi Delta; Delta Sigma Delta. Adjunct Prof., 
Oral Surg., Coll. of Dent., 1906-12; Asst. Prof., 
Oral Surg, and Pathol., do., 1912-18; Assoc. Prof., 
do., 1918-19; Prof., do., 1919—. Attending Phys. 
and Surg., Dept. of Oral Surg., Cook Co. Hosp.. 
Chicago. Served on Med. Advisory Bd., World 
War. Auth.: Nitrousoxid and Oxygen Anesthesia 
and Analgesia, Dent. Review, N 1914; The Relation 
of the Root Canal to Focal Infection, do., Ja 1917. 
Married Sophie Digel, My 22, 1892, Peoria. 
Children: Carl Emil, b. Ap 7, 1893; Louis William, 
b. Je 12, 1894; Louise Sophie, b. My 30, 1898 
(died My 28, 1900); John Henry, b. Jl 28, 1910 
(died F 20 , 1 9 1 1 ) . Address, 725 S . Oak Park Aye . , 
Oak Park, 111.; bus. add., 1925 Marshall Field 
Annex Bldg., Chicago. 

HENRY THOMAS SETHNEY 
M.D.; b. My 31, 1882, Norway, Mich.; s. An- 
drew T. and Ellen Sethney. Prepared in Univ. of 
Mich. Rgtl. Surg.; Maj. ]47th Inf., 37th Divi- 
sion, World War. Married Jean Fraser, S 24, 
1910, Crystal Falls, Mich. Two children. Ad- 
dress, 1016 Main St., Menominee, Mich. 

MARGARET SHERLOCK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Attended 
Oskaloosa Coll., 1 yr.; la. State Norm. Sch., 2 yrs. 
Formerly located in Martinsburg, la.; later in 
Sigourney, do. Address, Cedar Rapids, la.t 

FRANK ELMER SHIMER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
La PortelCity (la.) H. S. M.|R. C, U. S. A. 
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O. FRANK SHULIAN 
(Formerly O. Frank Schullian) 
M.D.: b. O S, 1SS3; s. Frank X. and Louise 
(Haug) Shulian. Prepared in Quincy H. S., 1899. 
Capt., Camp Fremont, World War." Auth.: Tro- 
car Thoractomy versus Rib Resection in Acute 
Empyema, //?. Med. Jour. Mem., Catholic Church 
K. C; Am. Coll. Surgs. (Fellow). Married Sophia 
Marie Tenk. Jl 10, 1910, Boulder, Colo. Address, 
300 East Ave., Quincy, 111.; bus. add., Illinois State 
Bank Bldg., do. 

RUDOLPH VIRCHOW SINTZEL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884, Shermerville, 
111.; s. George and Anna (Clavey) Snitzel. Phi 
Beta Pi. Gen. Med. practice, Niles Center, 111., 
1920. Mem., A. M. A. Married Marguerite 
Collins, Ag 13, 1912, Chicago. Child, Margaret 
Mary, b. Mr 3. 1917. Address Niles Center, 111. 

HUGH HENRY SLOCUMB 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 22 1882. Pre- 
pared in Winona (Minn.) H. S. Formerly loca- 
ted in Elgin Minn. M. R. C. U. S. A. 29 mos. 
Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Hedwig Sund, Je 
5, 191S. Address, Belgrade, :Minn. 

MAUDE STEPHENS SLOCUMB 
(Sister of Edward C, '01, B.S. in C.E.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. F U, ISSl, Keithsburg, 
lU.; d. Charles Gilford (b. Ja 1, 1843, Albany, III.) 
and Eliza Maria (Stephens) Slocumb (b. Je 9, 
1845, Delaware, O.). Prepared in Keithsburg H. 
S. Nu Sigma Phi. Intern, New England Hosp. 
for Women and Children, Boston, 1905-06; Gen. 
Med. practice, Minneapolis, 1906 — . Mem., Hen- 
nepin Co. Med. Soc; Minn. State Med. Soc; A. 
M. A. Address, 3535 N. Fremont Ave., Minnea- 
polis. 

ORLEY EUGENE SMITH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Carroll Co. 
Wis.. 1 yr. M.D., Bennett Med. CoU., 1902. 
Address, Mukwonago, Wis.t 

FRANK WILLIAM SORELL 
Specialist; M.D.; b. Je 23, 1881, Tex.; s. Mattie 
L. (Fly) Sorell. Prepared in San Saba (Tex.) H. 
S. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, San 
Antonio, Tex. M. C, U. S. A., S 1918-F 1919. 
Mem., M. E. Church; B. P. O. E. Married 
Jeannette L. Corkes, 1904, Marble Falls, Tex. 
Child, John E., Jr., b. 1914. Address, 604 Gibbs 
Bldg., San Antonio, Tex. 

ARTHUR K. STANGLAND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 14, 1880; s. M. K. 
and Mary (Sawyer) Stangland. Prepared in N. 
W. Div. H. S., Chicago. Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha 
Omega Alpha. Instr., Sr. Med., Coll. of Med., 
1906-12. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, (Chicago. 
Med. Mem., Local Bd. 79, World War. Mem., 
A. F. A. M. Married Florence Burnett, O 19, 
1912, Chicago. Children: Mary Jane; Janis. Ad- 
dress, 1001 Menard Ave., Chicago; biis. add., 5538 
W. Chicago Ave., do. 

LESTER MILES STEARNS 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 16, 1883, Englewood, 
Chicago; s. Marcus Cicero (b. O 12, 18.58, Chicago) 
and Nina L. (Miles) Stearns (b. Ag 14, 18.58, 
Berea, O.). Prepared in Lewis Inst., Chicago. 
Alpha Omega Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Class 
Historian, 1905. Intern, West Side Hosp., Chi- 
cago, 190.5-07; grad. work, Vienna, 1909; Instr., 
Anat., Coll. of Med., 1906-10; Phys., Kearney, 
Neb., 1909—; City Phys., do., 191.3-16; Med. Supt., 
Neb. State Tuberculosis Hosp., 1911-14; Coroner, 
Buffalo Co., 1911-13; Contract Surg., U. S. Army, 
1918. Auth.: Simple Retractor to Facilitate Peri- 
neal Repair, Western Med. Review, 19140 Prophy- 
laxsi.s and Treatment of Post Operative Peritoneal 
Adhesions, do., 1915; Remote Effects Following 
Oral Infections, Neb. SUUe Med. Jour., Vol. 1, 



1916; Treatment Varicose Ulcer, Jour. A. M. A., 
1020. Mem., Elks Lodge 984; A. F. A. M., Rob 
Morris 23, Tehama Temple, Shrine; .St. Lukes Epis- 
copal Church. Married Je 20, 1906. Orland, Ind. 
Child. Frances J., b. Je 1, 1914. Address, .502 
W. 27tb St., Kearney, Neb.; bus. add., 10 W. 22nd 
St., do. 

RICHARD CHARLES STEFFEN 
Associate; M.D.; b. 1880. Instr., Obstetrics. 
Coll. of Med., 1910-18; Assoc, do., 1918-19; for- 
merly at 2000 Howe St.. Chicago; Specialist in 
Gynecol. Mem.. A. M. A. Address, 4742 Vir- 
ginia St., Chicago; bus. add., 316 Lincoln Ave., do.t 

ROY GEORGE STEVENS 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. My 12, 1880, Lewis, la.; 
s. George and Mary (Morton) Stevens. Prepared 
in Springfield (S. Dak.) H. S. and State Norm. 
Sch., S. Dak. Surg., Med. and Surg. Clinic, Sioux 
Falls, S. Dak. Lt., M. C, U. S. A., World War. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., York and Scottish Rite, Shrine. 
Married Henrietta Dickinson, Mr 25, 1907. Ad- 
dress, Sioux Falls Med. and Surg. Clinic, Sioux 
Falls, S. Dak. 

♦RAYMOND WARD STOUGH 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 

Oberlin Coll. Formerly located in Bryan, O.; 

later Phys. and Surg., Beach, N. Dak. Died S 

13, 1920, Bismarck Hosp., Bismarck, N. Dak. 

RALPH SPENCER STRYKER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 22. 1879. Joliet, 
111.; s. Jacob and Anne (Kimbell) Stryker. Pre- 
pared in Chicago English H. S. and Lewis Insti- 
tute. Phi Alpha Gamma. Gen. Med. and Surg, 
practice, Ridgefield, Wash. Maj., M. C, U. S. 
A., 22 mos.; France. 18 mos. Mem.. Presby. 
Church; K. P.; I. O. O. F.; B. P. O. E.; E. A. M.; 
A. M. A.; Wash. State Med. Soc. Married Alma 
C. Nemoede. Je 24, 1903, Chicago. Child, Ralph 
Kimbell. b. Ap 24. 1905. Address, Ridgefield, 
Wash. 

♦CLARENCE EVERETT STURGEON 
M.D.; b. Ag 19, 1878, Mahaska Co., la. Pre- 
pared in public schools of Iowa; Drake Univ., 
1901-02. Phi Rho Sigma. House Surg., Coll. of 
Med., 1903-04, 1904-()5. Intern. Hackley Hosp.. 
Muskegon. Mich.. 1905. Died D 12, 1905. Clarion, 
la. 

TANNUS FERRIS TANNUS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Beirut, Syria; Weslevan Univ., and Marion ,Sims 
Beaumont Med. Coll., 2 yrs. Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Specialist; formerly of Bloomington, 111. 
Mem., A. M. A. Address, 313 W. Central Ave.. 
Albuquerque. N. M.f 

WILLIAM SCOTT TOMKINSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 15, 1860, Pontiac, Mich.; 
s. William D. and Algiaa Hulda (Chappell) Tom- 
kinson. Prepared in Kalamazoo, Mich.; Special 
work with Prof. Ray, No. 111. State Norm. Gen. 
Med. practice, Kalamazoo, Mich. Vol. Med. 
Serv., World War. Mem., M. E. Church. Mar- 
ried Celenia Lowrie, Je 17, 1887. Address, 152 
W. Lovell St., Kalamazoo, Mich.; bus. add., 150 
S. Burdick, do. 

EUGENE E. TUPPER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 15. 1871; s. George 
L. (b. 1838. O.) and Sarah (White) Tupper (b. 
1842, Rochester, N. Y.). Prepared in Acad, of 
Knox Coll.; Univ. of Chicago. Scholarship at 
Morgan Port; Pres., Columbian Literary Soc, 
Morgan Port Acad. Located at Hingham, Wis., 
190,5-08; Eau Claire, Wis., O 1908—; Instr., Surg., 
Luther Tr. Sch. for Nurses. Mem. of Med. Ad- 
visory Bd., 1918. Auth.: Pituitary Extract in 
Obstetrics, Wis. Stale Jour., 1917. Mem. and 
Trustee, Baptist Church; Eau Claire Med. Soc. 



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(Sec. twee); Tenth District Med. Soc, do.; North- 
west Wis. District Med. Soc. (Pres.). Married 
Rose D. Tupper, N 1, 1900, Plymouth, Wis. Ad- 
dress, Eau Claire, Wis. 

*FRANK UNDERWOOD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Lake View H. S., Chicago; Med. Dept., Univ. of 
Mich., 1898-1900; Rush Med. Coll., 1901-04. 
Formerly at Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago; later Phys., 
Poplar, Mont. Deceased. 

*FAY McVEY VANATTA 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1877. Home, Randolph, la- 
Prepared in West. Norm. Coll., Shenandoah, la- 
Surg., Nevada Douglas properties, Yerington, Nev- 
Mem., A. M. A. Died O 7, 1907, Holy Cross 
Hosp., Salt Lake City. 

GEORGE HIRAM VAN KIRK 
(Brother of John Albert, '14) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 16, 1879; s. John (b. 
Mr 25, 1854, Leiters, Ind.) and Mary E. (Wagoner) 
Van Kirk (b. D 20, 1859, do.). Prepared in 
Rochester (Ind.) H. S. Phys., Kentland, Ind., 
15 yrs. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ap 19, 1918- 
Ag 7, 1919. Mem., Jasper Co. Med. Soc. (Pres., 
1918-19); Newton Co. Med. Soc. (do.); Hozelden 
Country Club (Bd. of Dir.). Married Lucretia 
Campbell, Rochester, Ind., O 1, 1905. Children: 
George, Jr., b. Jl 17, 1907; Alice, b. N 5, 1912 
(died F 1, 1918); John Robert, b. Ap 22, 1920. 
Address, Kentland, Ind. 

JAMES ALOIS WAGNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
Coll. of Sacred Heart, Prairie du Chien, Wis.; 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Milwaukee, 1901-03. 
Formerly located in Ossian, la.; Granville, do.; 
Sutherland, do. Address, Dyersville, la.f 

EUGENE WALLACE 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ag 7, 1879, Sedalia, Mo.; 
8. A. N. and Cora (Hubbell) Wallace. Prepared 
in Wichita (Kan.) H. S., and Fairmount Coll., 
do. Vol. Serv., World War. Mem., Kan. Med. 
Soc; I. O. O. F.; M. E. Church. Married Grace 
O. Cessna, 1908. Address, Belmont, Kan. 

JOSEPH MARK WALSH 
M.D.; b. Jl 27, 1877, Yankton, S. Dak.; s. E. 
J. and Ellen (Melloy) Walsh. Prepared in Yank- 
ton Coll., Yankton, S. Dak. Formerly located in 
Ft. Pierre, do. Married Jeanette Joslin, Ap 24, 
1902, Omaha, Neb. Address, Rapid City, S. Dak. 

WILLIAM GEORGE WEIDEMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 12, 1874, Bay City. 
Mich.; s. Conrad and Elizabeth (Reinig) Weide- 
man. Prepared in Baldwin Wallace Coll., Berea, 
O.; Univ. of Mich. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, 
Milwaukee. Vol., M. C, U. S. A. Mem., M. 
E. Church; A. F. A. M. Married AdeUne C. 
Heideman, 1914, Milwaukee. Address, 917 44th 
St., Milwaukee; bus. add., 308 North Ave., do. 

MICHAEL CHARLES WELCH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 
Tomah (Wis.) H. S. M.D., Bennett Med. Coll., 
1902. Formerly located in Tomah Wis. M. R. 
C, U. S. A. Address, 178 Concord St., St. Paul, 
Minn.; bus. add., Lowry Bldg., do.f 

HERBERT BERTRAM WENTZ 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 20, 1869, Cedar 
Falls, Wis. ; s. Horace Agard (b. Ja 7, 1826, Oswego, 
N. Y.) and Martha Isabella (Burke) Wentz (b. 
D 22, 1843, Hemingford, Can.). Prepared in 
State Norm. Sch., River Falls, Wis. Pres. of 
Soph. Class, 1902-03. Lab. Asst. and Instr., 
Chem., 1901-05; Prof., Chem., Coll. of Med., 
1905-08; Phys. and Surg., Verona, N. Dak.; 1908; 
Municipal Judge, La Moure Co., N. Dak., 1910-17; 
Mayor, Verona, N. Dak., 1910-11. Pvt., Co. H., 



3rd Regt., Wis. Nat. Guard. 1886-89; 1st Lt., M. 
C, U. S. A., S 4, 1917-Je 20, 1918; Mem.. Tuber- 
culosis Bd., Camp Taylor, Ky.; do.. Camp Meade, 
Md.; M. O. T. C, Camp Greenleaf, Ga.; Capt., 
M. C, U. S. A., Je 20, 1918—; 71st Inf., Lafayette 
Div. (11th Div.); Signal Corps; Quartermaster 
Infirmary, Camp Supply Units, Camp Meade, 
Md.. Ja 28, 1919—. Mem., A. F. A. M.; N. Dak. 
State Med. Soc; Epworth League (Pres., N. W. 
Di.strict, Wis.); State Norm. Sch. Lyceum, (Pres.), 
River Falls, Wis. Married Sabra Anna Winegar, 
Je 28, 1894, New Richmond, Wis. (died My 6, 1905) 
Isabelle Dunbar, My 7, 1907, Chicago (divorced 
Ja 24, 1912); Pearl Anna Dougherty, Ja 23, 1913, 
Fayetteville, Ark. Children: Vivian Merritt, b. 
Jl 1, 1895 (died My 2. 1903); Howard Kenneth 
b. F 27, 1898: Jacob Kendall, b. Je 19, 1900; 
Helen Sabra, b. S 15, 1904; Dorothy Anna, b. D 
12, 1913; Merritt Robert, b. My 7, 1915; Barbara 
Pearl, b. S 15, 1919 (died S 26, 1919). Address, 
Verona, N. Dak. 

CHARLES FRANK WERNER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 12, 1874; s. Charles P. 
(b. Ger.) and Bianka (Roehr) Werner, (b. do.). 
Prepared in Fond du Lac (Wis.) H. S. 2nd V. P. 
of class, 1905. Extern, St. Mays Hosp., Chicago; 
Phys., Calumetville, Wis., 1905-12; do., St. Cloud. 
Wis., 1912 — . Married Katherine M. Dierner, 
S 6, 1905. Fond du Lac, Wis. Child, John Charles, 
b. N 12, 1906 (died do.). Address, St. Cloud, Wis. 

ROSS STEELE WEYER 
M.D.; b. S 11, 1877, Pettis^ille, O.; s. H. D. and 
Ida A. (Steele) Weyer. Prepared in Wash. State 
Norm. Sch., Ellensburg, Wash. Nu Sigma Nu; 
Alpha Omega Alpha. Mem., B. P. O. E., 318, 
Yakima, Wash. Married Ida E. Eccles, Je 10, 
1907, Marquette, Mich. Children: Zoora, b. Ag 
14, 1908; Jean, b. S 15, 1909. Address, Ephrata, 
Wash. 

CARL HIXSON WILKINSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Prepared in 
Tippecanoe Ind. Norm. Sch., 1894. M.D., Chi- 
cago Coll. of Med. and Surg., 1904. Formerly lo- 
cated in La Fayette, Ind. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, Waterman, IlLf 

FRANK VANATTA WILLHITE 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 1, 1878, Grant City, 
Mo.; s. Robert Stone (b. F 6, 1844, Clay Co., Mo.) 
and Elizabeth Ellen (Vanatta) Willhite (b. 1844, 
Hocking Co., O.). Prepared in Grant City (Mo.) 
H. S. and State Norm. Sch., Kirksville, Mo. Beta 
Theta Pi; Alpha Omega Alpha. Intern, Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1905-06; Asst. Supt., Yankton State Hosp., 
Yankton, S. Dak. Mem., Yankton District Med. 
Soc (Pres.). Married Nelle Zabel, O 30, 1916, 
Yankton, S. Dak. Address, Yankton, S. Dak. 

IRA RAYMOND WILLITS 
Urologist; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in Keiths- 
burg H. S.; Med. Dept., Univ. of la., 1901-02. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med. Soc Address, Parkway Hotel, Chicago; 
bus. add., 530 N. Clark St.; 159 N. State St.; 2100 
Lincoln Ave., rfo.t 

*LENA LOUISE WILLMERING 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Columbus City (la.) H. S.; Keokuk Med. Coll., 
1901-03. At one time located in Columbus Junc- 
tion, la. Deceased. 

CLIFFORD VANE WINSETT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 10, 1878, Waterloo, 
la.; s. J. K. and Samantha L. (Harrod) Winsett. 
Ph.B., Grinnell Coll., 1900; Ph.G., Drake Univ., 
1901. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Baseball Letter, Grin- 
nell Coll. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Brook- 
field, 111. 1st Lt., U. S. A., N 1, 1918-Ag 9. 1920. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F. Married Anna 
Myrtle Wallace, Je 18, 1913, Chicago. Address, 
154 Grand Blvd., Brookfield, 111. 



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SIMON LEO VVISSIG 

Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Jefferson Med. 

Coll., Philadelphia. 1901-03. Formerly located 

at 1900 Blue Island Ave., Chicago. Address, 

3990 Normandie Ave., Los Angeles.f 



FREDERICK WOLTMANN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 13, 1876, Kahoka, 
Mo.; s. Leuder (b. 1S26, Bramen, Ger.) and Mary 
S. (Garsey) Woltmann (b. 1839, Ger.). Pre- 
pared in 111. Norm Sch.; Hahnemann Med. Coll., 
Chicago, 1901-03. Phys. and Surg., Kampsvillc, 
lU., 1905—. M. C, U. S. A., S 1918-My 1919; 
With A. E. F. Married Mary M. Waldheuser, 



O 10, 1912, Kampsville, III. Child, Lewis Miehael, 
b. Je 13, 1919. Address, Kampsville, 111. 

WESLEY JOHN WOOLSTON 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ap 1, 1883; s. Joseph L. 
and Isabella (Newton) Woolston. Prepared in 
Geneva H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Instr., 
Gynecol., and Asst., in Clin. Gynecol., Coll. of 
Med., 1910-10; Asst. Prof., Clin. Surg., do., 1910-18. 
Gave illustrated lecture on Pelvic Infections before 
Peoria Med. Soc, Ap 19, 1921. Auth.: Several 
brief articles on Med. subjects. Married Edna 
Chapell, Je 28, 1910. Children: Jane, b. Mr 5, 
1913; William, b. Je 18, 1918. Address, 1514 
Pratt Ave., Chicago; btis. add., 25 E. Washington 
St., do. 



CLASS OF 1906 (195 LIVING, 15 DEAD) 



EFFIE LOUISE ABBOTT (MARTON) 
Physician: M.D.; d. Alson M. (b. O 19, 1830, 
Rushville, N. Y.) and Hannah Mary (Hagar) 
Abbott (b. My 22, 1836. Ballston Lake, N. Y.). 
Prepared in Dowagiac (Mich.) H. S. Graduate 
Nurse, L-nion Benevolent Assn., Hosp., Grand 
Rapids. Mich., 1893. Alpha Epsilon Iota. Mis- 
sionary in China, 1896-1901; 111. State Hosp. 
Service. 1907 — . Mem., M. E. Church; Woman's 
Med. Club, Chicago; A. M. A. Married Elbert 
Wilson Morton, F 21, 1920, Joliet," lU. Address, 
1201 S. Main St., Jackson\'ille, 111. 

ALMA SARAPHIA ANDERSON (CANNON) 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 10, 1872, near Gotten- 
burg, Sweden; (parents b. do.). Prepared in Joliet 
111. Received trained nurses diploma. Hosp. 
Supt.: conducted and financed a pvt., gen., surg., 
med., obstetrical, and neurological hosp., before 
taking M.D. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago, 1 yr.; 
Ore., 10 >TS. Married C. H. Cannon. Address, 
40 14th Ave., E., Eugene, Ore. 

HOWARD ANDREWS 
M.D.; b. Ap 8, 1877. Binghampton, N. ¥.; s. 
R. A. and Letta A. (Burt) Andrews. Prepared 
in Kinsley (Kan.) H. S., and South West Kan. 
Coll., Winfield, Kan. Address, 6030 Carlton Way, 
Los Angeles; bus. add., 6778 Hollywood Blvd., do. 

CHARLES BALLANCE 
Specialist; M.D. Prep.ared in Peoria H. S. 
Postgrad, work, Vienna, 2 jts.; New York, 1 yr. 
Si)ecialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Seattle. 
Army Serv., M. C. U. S. A., World War. Address, 
410 Cobb Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 

FRED THORNTON BARRETT 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1873. Harvey Med. Coll., 

1902-04. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 

lU. SUte Med. Soc. Address, 2516 E. 74th St., 

Chicago; bus. add., 9154 Commercial Ave., do.t 

FREDERICK BAUER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 

Tilford Collegiate Inst., 1 yr. Formerly located 

in Center Point, la. Address, 836 Booth St., 

Milwaukee.t 

BENJAMIN BARKER BEESON 
Specialist; M.D. ; b. My 28, 1883; s. Strother 
J. and Henrietta (Barker) Beeson. Prepared in 
Lew^is Institute. Phi Beta Pi. Specialist in Skin 
and Venereal DL<sea.ses, Chicago; Instr., Dermatol., 
Coll. of Med., 1918-19. Med. Advisory Bd., 3 F, 
State of lU., World War. Mem., A. F. A. M., .32°, 
Shrine. Married Mildred H. Bronson, Je 16, 1920. 
Address, 32 N. State St., Chicago. 

IVER SIMEON BENSON 

Physician; M.D.; b. O 3, 1881, Jackson, Minn.; 

3. Ben (b. 1830, Norway) and Buget (Losleggard) 



Benson (b. 1835, do.). Prepared in Augustana 
Coll. Prep. Sch., Canton, S. Dak. Located in 
Jackson and Willmar, Minn. Married Je 14. 
1907, Jackson, Minn. Children: Eilenor, b. F 18, 
1911; Florence, b. F 15, 1916. Address, 322 11th. 
St., Willmar, Minn.; bus. add.. Metropolitan Bldg., 
do. 

LESTER JARVIS BENSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 22, 1860; s. Jarvis 
E. and Sarah Ann (Myers) Benson. Prepared 
in Akron (O.) H. S., 1881. Married Eunice 
Bartlett, D 30, 1912, Lakewood. Child, Roy, 
b. Ap 22, 1916. Address, 15004 Detroit Ave., 
Lakewood, O.; bus. add., 14604 Detroit Ave., do. 

♦FRANK HOMER BENT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Wabash (Ind.) H. S.; Ind. Med. Coll., 1902-04. 
Formerly of Wabash, Ind.; later Phys. and Surg, 
at Wallace, Neb.; do.. Western, Neb. until health 
failed. Mem., A. M. A. Died Jl 15, 1916, 
Indianapolis. 

SIMON BERGLUND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. B.S., Augus- 
tana Coll., 1901. Gen. Med. practice. Address, 
1395 Main St., Marinette, Wis.t 



DANIEL BOAL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D. Prepared in Jefferson 
H. S., Chicago. Retired from Med. practice. 
Address,' 2'i02 N. 43rd St., Seattle.! 



JOHN JAY BOCK 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 19, 1877, DeKalb 
Co., 111.; s. Jacob (b. Ger.) and Catherine (Zerb) 
Bock (b. do.). Prepared in prep. sch. Phys. and 
Surg., 111. Steel Co., Joliet, 111., 1907; do.. Little 
Sioux, la., 1908 — . Address, Little" Sioux, la. 

FRED BROWN BOGARDUS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 11, 1878; s. Stephen and 
Mary (Smith) Bogardus. Gen. Med. practice, 
Kalispell, Mont. Married Gertrude McClintock, 
Ap 9, 1912; son, b. Jl 9, 1914. Address, Kalispell, 
Mont. 

JESSE CLARK BOWEN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 14, 1881, Maquoketa, 
la.; s. A. B. and Minnie (Clark) Bowen. Prepared 
in Maquoketa (la.) H. S. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, Maquoketa, la. 

LOETTA BEAMER BOWLES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Blissfield (Mich.) H. S.; Detroit Homeopathic 
Med. Coll., 1902-04; Chicago Homeopathic Med. 
Coll., 1904-05. Formerly of Elkworth, Kan. Ad- 
dress, Blue Valley Hosp., Hebron, Neb.f 



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WILLIAM TOWNZEN BOWMAN 
Physician; M.D.; Ph.G., 1898; b. N 2, 1874, 
Shelby Co.. 111.; s. William and Ehzabeth (Snell) 
Bowman. Gen. Med. practice. Mem., Presby. 
Church; A. F. A. M. Married Lillie M. Davis, 
Je 12, 1900, Decatur, 111. Children: Vivian, b. 
Jl 14, 1901; Josephine, b. Ap 14, 1903; Zoe, b. 
My 25, 1905. Address, Greenview, III. 

FRANK LLEWELLYN BOWSHER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Greenville (O.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, 112 S. Maple St., Akron, O.; bus. add., 306 
S. Main St:, do.f 

ERNEST FRANKLIN BREWER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Attended 

Keokuk Med. Coll., 1902-04. At one time located 

in Farmington, 111.; later at Santa Fe, N. M. and 

Aguilar, Colo. Address, Morris, lU.t 

JESSE EDWARD BROSSEAU 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 5, 1875, Kan.; 
s. David (b. Ap 27, 1850, 111.) and Virginia (Grand- 
pre) Brosseau (b. O 12, 1855, Ind.). Ph.G., S. 
Dak. State Coll., 1900; B.S., do.. 1901. Phys. and 
Surg., Chicago, 1906-08; do., Frankfort, S. Dak., 
1908 — . Mem., A. M. A.; S. Dak State Med. Soc; 
Rochester, Minn., Surg. Club. Married Ag 27, 
1910, Aberdeen, S. Dak. Children: Joyce Enid, 
b. Je 13, 1911; Mayo Douglas, b. My 26, 1913; 
Burton Oswald, b. O 10, 1915. Address, Frank- 
fort, S. Dak. 



HARRY STAFFORD BROWN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884. Prepared in 
Nobleville (Ind.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice, 
Capitola, Calif. Address, Arroyo Grande, Cahf.t 

MATTHEW WILLIAM BRUCKER 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ap 6, 1882, Empire, Wis.; 
s. Peter and Gertrude (Schneider) Brucker. At- 
tended Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., Milwaukee, 
1903-04. Laryngol., West Side Hosp., Chicago, 
1912 — ; Prof., CHn. Laryngol., Chicago Coll. of 
Med. and Surg., 1914—; Prof., Clin. Otol., Rhinol. 
and Laryngol., 111. Post-Grad. Med. Sch.; Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, Chicago, 1906 — . 
Married Helen F. Mullee, O 26, 1909. Child, 
Matthew W., Jr. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 
Catholic Church; 111. Athletic Club. Address, 
4100 Madison St., Chicago; bus. add., 30 N. Michi- 
gan Ave., do. 

EDWARD JAMES BUCHAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 22, 1881; s. Lydia (Bull) 
Buchan. Prepared in Williams Coll., and N. W. 
Univ. Acad. Delta Psi. Football, baseball, and 
golf. Chief of Staff, Emergency Aid Hosp., Chi- 
cago. Married Annabell Whitford, S 15, 1912. 
Address, 452 Briar PI., Chicago; bus. add., 621 
Orleans St., do. 

ADDISON BYBEE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Formerly 
located at Rochester, Ind.; later at Livermore, 
Calif.; Ft. Benton, Mont. Mem., Med. Soc. of 
State of Calif. Address, Milford, Utah.t 

HENRY FERRELL CARMAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 8, 1875, WiUiamstown, 
Mo.; s. Lewis P. (b. Mr 14, 1848, N. J.) and Cathe- 
rine (Stretch) Carman (b. O 9, 1844, Lessburg, O.). 
Prepared in Norm. Sch., Kirksville, Mo. Loca- 
ted in Anaconda, Mont., 1907-13; Butte, Mont., 
1913 — . Mem., Silver Bow Med. Soc; Mont. 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A.; A. F. A. M. Married 
Esther O. Anderson, 1902, Anaconda, Mont. 
Children: Helen O., b. S 30, 1904; Henry F., Jr. 
b. Ag 23, 1907. Address, 2401 Grand Ave., Butte, 
Mont.; bus. add., 415-17 Daly Bank Bldg., do. 



WILLIAM FREDERICK CATHCART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
Jefferson H. S., Chicago; Jenner Med. Coll. ,1902-04. 
Address, 1610 La Salle Ave., Chicago. J 

EDWARD HARRY CLARK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 16, 1874, Linn 
Co., la.; s. James Andrew and Emma (Rogers) 
Clark. Prepared in Pub. Sch. and Tilford Col- 
legiate Acad., Vinton, la. Dir., V. D. Clinic under 
auspices of the No. 15 Pub. Health Serv., 6 Walnut 
St., Kansas City, Mo. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 
Ft. Riley, Kan.; Regtl. Surg., Camp Funston and 
Base Hosp., Camp McArthur, Waco, Tex. Mem., 
A. F. A. M., (Dallas, Tex. Consistory 2); A. A. O. 
N. M. S.; A. M. A.; State Med. Soc; Jackson Co. 
Med. Soc; Assn. Mil. Surgs.; Spartan Club. Mar- 
ried Esther Haven, R. N., N 24, 1911, Amarilla, 
Tex. Address, 1031 Park Ave., Kansas City, 
Mo.; 6ms. add., 302 Altman Bldg., do. 

CHARLES CLINTON CLEMENT 
Ophthalmologist; M.D.; b. O 6, 1878, Brighton, 
111.; s. Franklin Azro (b. Beloit, Wis.) and Leonora 
Susan (Metcalf) Clement (b. Greenfield, 111.). 
Prepared in Whipple Acad., Jacksonville. A.B., 
111. Coll., Jacksonville, 1901. Phi Alpha; Nu Sig- 
ma Nu. Intern, 111. Charitable Eye and Ear 
Infirmary, 1907-08. Practice of Ophthalmol., 
Chicago. Instr., Clin. Ophthalmol., Coll. of Med. , 
1910-14; do., Ophthalmol., do., 1914-16. Auth.: 
Value of Accurate Localization of Steel in the Eye 
and Orbit, Ophthalmoloqu, Jl 1916. Mem., Univ. 
Club; A. M. A.; Chicago Ophthalmol. Soc; Am . 
Acad, of Ophthalmol, and Oto-Laryngol.; Chicago 
Med. Soc. Address, Chicago Beach Hotel, Chi- 
cago; 6ms. add., 15 East Washington St., do. 

HYMAN COHEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
N. y! Prep. Sch. Prof., City Sanitation and Pub. 
Health, Jenner Med. Coll., Chicago. Mem., A. 
M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc. 
Address, 1302 S. Lawndale Ave., Chicago; 6ms. 
add., 3534 W. Roosevelt Road, do.t 

SUSAN RACHEL MERRILL COOPER 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 22, 1876, Potomac, 111.; 
d. Jesse C. and Nancy Jane (Partlow) Merrill. 
Prepared in Huron (S. Dak.) H. S. Gen. Med. 
practice, Danville, 111., 1907-09; Aurora, Neb., 
1909 — ■; Special work in Cystoscopy and diseases 
of women, Chicago, 1918. Mem., M. E. Church; 
P. E. O. Married Chas. J. Cooper, Ag 4, 1898. 
Child, Charlene, b. O 19, 1904. Address, Aurora, 
Neb. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH S. CREMIN 
M.D.; b. Ap 15, 1881, New Haven, Conn.; s. 
M. A. and Sarah (Donnelly) Cremin. Prepared 
in Manhattan Coll., New York, and Coll. of 
Pharmacy, do. Omega Beta Pi. Married 
Kathleen Storey, O 10, 1907, New York. 
Children: Frances, Constance, Patricia. Address, 
233-4-5 Davidson Bldg., Sioux City, la. 

ALBERT JOSEPH CROFT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 17, 1877; s. Robert 
and Sara (McGinnis) Croft. A.B., Niagara Univ., 
1899. Mem., Local Bd. 26, Chicago, World War. 
Auth.: So-called Influenza Epidemic, N 1918; 
Is Influenza of Bacterial Origin? F 1919. Mem., 
K C.; Forresters; Mod. Woodmen. Married 
Helen Dunning, Je 18, 1910, Chicago. Child, 
William, b. N 27, 1911. Address, 18 Wash. Blvd., 
Oak Park, 111.; 6ms. add., 2159 W. 22nd St., Cnicago. 

JOHN JAMES CRONIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. A.B., St. 
Ignatius Coll., 1902. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
5256 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago. 



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EDWIN CUTLER 
Phys, and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 12, 186S, A 
Fork. Utah: s. R. J. and Thoda Ann (Morton) 
Cutler. Mem., Church of Jesus Christ of I-atter- 
day Saints. Married Minda M. Harris, S 5, 
1SS9. Children: Edwin, b. Ag 21, 1S90: Harold 
H., b. N 30. 1891: Genevieve, b. Jl 27, 1893; 
Marion b. N 12, 1895; Glenn H., b. My 11, 1897; 
Gladys, b. Je 27. 1900; Orville H. and Orvilla 
(twins) b. Ap 9. 1903; Quine H.. b. My 4, 190t>; 
Clifife H.. b. 24. 1907: Lyndon H., b. Ag IV, 1910; 
Hortense, b. N 15, 1911. Address, Shelley, Idaho. 

ROBERT ANTHONY DAVIS 
M.D.: b. S 12, 1S64. Vandecar, Ont.; s. William 
J. and Maria Davis. Ph.C, Ontario Coll., 1891. 
Located in Chicago, 1906-09; Clinton, Mich., 
1909-18: Detroit, 1918—. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
Congr. Church. Married Georgina McEdward, 
1S93. Dundalk, Ontario. Children: Harold M., 
b. 1894; Norman, b. 1895; Wilberforce, b. 1899; 
Frankhn, b. 1901; George, b. 1906. Address, 662 
Ferry Ave., West, Detroit; bus. add., 1229 David 
Whitney Bldg., do. 

RUSSELL NEWTON DAVIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. B.S., Val- 
paraiso Univ., 1899; A.B., do., 1900. Formerly 
located in Hanna, Ind. Address, 440 S. Dearborn 
St., Chicago.! 

FRED GIRARD DEWEY 
Pnysician; M.D.; b. D 3, 1880, Fairbank, la.; 
s. Joseph Frank (b. Dewey, O) and Esther (Thomp- 
son) Dewey (b. Wis.). Prepared in Moville (la.) 
H. S. and Univ. of Mo. Alpha Kappa Kappa; 
Alpha Omega -A.lpha. Gen. Med. practice, Moville, 
la., 1906-09; Hartington, Neb., 1909-10; Coleridge, 
do., 1910— . Asst.,DraftBd., World War. Mem., 
Presby. Church; A. F. A. M.; Past Master, Relief 
Lodge 219; A. M. A.; State Med. Soc. Married 
Faye Leone Hampton, Ag 6, 1908, Cassopolis, 
Mich. Children: Reed Hampton, b. N 26, 1911; 
Barbara Louese, b. N 20, 1916. Address, Coleridge, 
Neb. 



WILLIAM BYRNE DOUGHERTY 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 24, 1879; s. William 
Robertson (b. Ag 25, 1841, Glasgow, Ky.) and Eliza 
Jane (Anderson) Dougherty (b. Ja 8, 1845, Cold- 
water, Miss.). Prepared in Senatobia (Miss.) 
H. S. B.A., Univ. of Miss. Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha 
Omega Alpha, Delta Psi. Intern, Cook Co. Hosp., 
Chicago. 1907-08; Piiys., Vicksburg, Miss., 1909-11; 
do., Chicago, 1911 — : Asst. Surg., Public Health 
Serv., O and N 1918. Mem.. Med. Vol. Corps., 
Am. Red Cross. Mem., Baptist Church; A. F. 
A. M.; K. of P. Married Elizabeth Houston 
Scruggs, Ap 27, 1911, Livingston, Ala. Children: 
Elizabeth Houston, b. Mr 8, 1914; Oorothy Jan, 
b. Mr 26, 1917. Address, 3.542 N. Claremont Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 3401 N. Paulina St., do. 

JAMES HENRY DUGUID 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Angola, Ind. Coll., 1898-99; Creighton Med. Coll.. 
1902-03. Formerly of Ray, Ind.J 

GEORGIANA MARGARET DVORAK 
(THEOBALD) 
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Specialist; M.D.; 
b. D 28, 1884, Chicago; d. Anton and Barbara 
rFallont) Dvorak. Prepared in Medill "H. S., 
Chicago, .\lpha Epsilon Iota. Instr., Clin. Oph- 
thalmol., Coll. of Med.. 1912-14. A. R. C. Serv.. 
World War; 1 yr. .Siberia; 8 mos., Europe. Mem., 
A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. Med. Soc; 
Czecho-Slovak Woman's Med. Soc; Bohemian 
Med. Soc. Married Dr. John J. Theobald, O 30, 
1910. Address, 1747 Roosevelt Rd.. Cnicago; 
bug add.. 1801 S. Ashland Ave., and Room 2003 
25 £. Washington St., do. 



JOHN HAROLD EDGCOMB 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1885. Prepared in Ottawa 
Tp. H. S. Formerly located in Attica. Ind.; later 
at 3158 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. Mem., A. 
M. A. Address, Ottawa, lU.t 

SAMUEL M. EDISON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 18, 1884; s. Mycr 
H. and Bessie R. Edison. Prepared in H. S. 
Located in Chicago. Capt., M. C. and Maj., 
M. R. C, U. S. A., Je 1917-Mr 1919; served at U. 
S. Gen. Hosp., 26, Fort Dodge, la. Dir., U. S. 
Med. Lab., My 1919 — . Married Gertrude K. 
Edison, Je 9, 1908, Chicago. Children: Earl M., 
b. Jl 18, 1910; Dolores, b. D 25, 1911. Address, 
Kellshore Hotel, Chicago; bus. add., 31 N. State 
St.. do. 

J. JAMES EGAN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1900. Prepared in 
Armour Institute, Chicago; N. W. Univ. Med. 
Sch., 2 yrs. Address, 4115 Wabash Ave., Chicago.! 

LEO VICTOR FAIRHALL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 9, 1880, London, 
Eng.; s. Joseph (b. F 9, 1853, Kent, Eng.) and 
Elizabeth Sander (King) Fairhall (b. F 5, 1853, 
do). Prepared in Danville H. S. Alpha Omega 
Alpha. Gen. Med. practice, Danville, 111., 1906—. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; Presby. Church. 
Married Elizabetli Markley, N 25, 1906, Danville. 
111. Children: Abel, b. Ap 2, 1910; Joseph, b, 
Jl 15, 1914. Address, Danville. 111.; bus. add., 
201 I. O. O. F. Bldg., do. 

HARRY DeWITT FAST 
(Brother of Emmett E., '08 B.S. in M.E., Byron 
M., '10 B.S. in E.E.,) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 23, 1877, Little 
Rock, Ark.; s. Allen C. (b. My 31, 1848, O.) and 
Harriette (Calhoun) Fast (b. F 11, 1854, Monica, 
111.). Prepared in Princeville H. S. and Acad. 
Clin. Anesthetist, Sr. yr. Gen. Med. practice, 
Mackinaw, 111. Lt., M. C, U. S. A., Camp Han- 
cock, Ga., S 2, 1918-Mr 15, 1919. Mem., Taze- 
well Co. Med. Soc. (Sec); 111. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; Nat. Geog. Soc. Married Luella A. 
Miller, O 27, 1909, Mackinaw, 111. Children: 
Laura Harriette, b. O 15, 19010; Miriam Louise, 
b. Ag 10, 1914; Robert, b. S 29, 1916. Address, 
Mackinaw, 111. 

JESSE P. FEAGLER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 30. 1874, Waterloo, 
Ind.; s. David and Lucinda (Grogg) Feagler. 
Prepared in Waterloo (Ind.) H.S. Married Ethel 
F. Waterman, O 19, 1907, Waterloo, Ind. Ad- 
dress, 409 Edgewater Drive, Mishawaka, Ind.; 
bus. add., Winey Bldg.. do. 

THOMAS J. FENTON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 13, 1878, Eddyville, 
la.; s. Thomas (b. S 30. 1834, Ireland) and Mary 
(Kelleher) Fenton (b. Ja 9, 1847, do.). Prepared 
in Eddyville (la.) H. S.; la. State Coll., S 1899-Jc 
1902. Surg. Asst., Prof. Davison. Gen. Med. 
practice. Denver. Auth.: A number of articles 
dealing with Med. topics which have been published 
in various lay publications. Mem., Denver Med. 
Soc; Colo. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married 
O 14. 1913, Omaha, Neb. Address, 1511 Logan, 
Denver; 6ms. add., 409-10 Majestic Bldg., do. 

ERNEST ORION FINNEY 
M.D.; b. Jl 27. 1879, Rankin, 111.; s. F. A. and 
Viola (Stalucker) Finney. Prepared in Rankin 
H. S. Med. Advi.sory Bd., World War. Mem., 
A. F. A. M. Married Mary Dickerson, O 14, 
1920, Wei.ser. Idaho. Address, Weiser, Idaho. 

*ALBERT MICHAEL FISCHER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Jeffer.son (Wis.) H. S.; Milwaukee Med. Coll., 
1902-03. Formerly Phys. in Wendt Block, Kau- 
kauna. Wis. Mem., A. M. A. Died S 21, 1909, 
St. Marys Hosp., Oshkosh, Wis. 



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ROBERT EMMETT FLANNERY 
Surgeon; b. Ap 5, 1884, Iowa Co., Wis.; s. 
Mathew and Anna (McNulty) Flannery. Pre- 
pared in Lone Rock (Wis.) H. S. Phi Rho Sigma; 
Assoc. Prof., Clin. Surg., Loyola Med. Coll. 
Asst., Clin. Surg., Coll. of Med., 1912-16; Gen. 
Surg, practice, 1910-18. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 
F 20, 1918-Ap 26, 1919; Commanding Officer, 
Base Hosp., 11, F and Mr, 1918;. Adjutant, Ap 
1-Ag 15, 1918; Chief of Surg. Dept., Ag 15, 1918- 
Ap 26, 1919; located in Nantes, France. Auth.: 
Traumatic Anurism, Mil. Surgeon. Married Mary 
Kernes, 1914, Chicago. Address, 3117 Logan 
Blvd., Chicago. 

HELEN B. FLYNN 
M.D.; b. N 11, 1882; d. James and Ellen (Doran) 
Flynn. Address, 928 W. 54th PL, Chicago. 

SAMUEL FOMON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 11, 1886; s. Jacob (b. 
1840) and Rosy Fomon (b. 1850, Roumania). 
Prepared in Joseph Medill H. S., Chicago. Maj., 
M. C, U. S. A., O 1918-F 1919. Auth.: Medicine 
and The Allied Sciences, D. Appleton Co., N. Y. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc. Married 
Isabel Sherman, Ap 1920. Address, Chicago Beach 
Hotel, Chicago; 6ms. add., 1608 W. Madison St., 



ERNEST JASON FORD 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 22, 1878; s. Eugene 
Quincy (b. Ag 31, 1848, Lowell, Mass.) and Isa- 
bella (Wilson) Ford (b. Jl 31, 1858, Glasgow, Scot- 
land). Prepared in East Mendota H. S. and 
Brown's Bus. Coll., Ottawa, 111. Alpha Omega 
Alpha. Located in Evanston, 1907 — ; Assoc, Surg., 
Coll. of Med., 1920—. 2nd Lt., U. of I., Student 
Brigade. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Assn.; 
Am. Coll. of Surgs. (Fellow). Married Edith 
Louise Moorhouse, Mr 3, 1908, Chicago. Children 
Edith Jeannette, b. S 26, 1914; Ernest Gordon, 
b. Mr 26, 1917. Addre.is, 2009 Harrison St., 
Evanston, 111. 

JACOB MILTON FURSTMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute, Chicago. Gen. Med. practice; 
formerly at 120 S. 10th St., La Crosse, Wis. Ad- 
dress, 303 S. East St., Bloomington, 111.; bus. add.. 
City Hall Bldg., do.t 

EDWARD ANDREW GLENN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884. Prepared in 

Notre Dame Univ. Formerly at 7 W. Madison 

St., Chicago. Address, 2127 Washington Blvd., 

Chicago.! 

HARRY G. GRABLE • 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in Logans- 
port (Ind.) H. S. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 
1225 W. Sycamore St., Kokomo, Ind.; bus. add., 
Citizens Bank Bldg., do.t 

JOHN LEON GROVE 
(Brother-in-law of H. M. Glover, '16) 
M.D.; b. O 13, 1880, Newton, Kan.; s. William 
Edward (b. N 22, 1855, O.) and Maria (Diehl) 
Grove (b. O 10, 1857, do.). Prepared in Newton 
(Kan.) H. S.; Univ. of Kan. Beta Theta Pi; Phi 
Beta Pi; Alpha Omega Alpha. Grad. work, Ber- 
lin and Vienna, 1913. Located in Newton, Kan., 
1880—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., O-D 22, 1918, 
Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. Mem., Kan. State Med. Soc; 
A. M. A.; Rotary Club. Married Lilian Axtell, 
Je 29, 1906, Newton, Kan. Children: John Axtel, 
b. Je 27, 1908; William Edward, b. Ag 14, 1914. 
Address, 225 E. Broadway, Newton, Kan.; bus. 
add., 209 E. Broadway, do. 

OSCAR E. GRUA 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 23, 1883; s. Thomas 
and Mary (Peterson) Grua. Prepared in Howard 
(S. Dak.) H. S. Address, Pleasant Grove, Ut. 



♦ERNEST CLARKE GWINN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
Central Norm. Coll., Danville, 111.; Keokuk Med. 
Coll., 3 yrs. Ph.G., Keokuk, 1904. Formerly 
located in Oakland, 111.; later at Sadorus and 
Paris, do. Died S 9, 1909, Monrovia, Calif. 

ALBERT WILLIAM HAEFFNER 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 7, 1881, la.; s. Chas. 
and Josephine (Rehhoff) Heaffner. Prepared in 
John Marshall H. S. Gen. Med. practice. Ist 
Lt., M. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Colum- 
bian Lodge; Chicago Med. Soc. Married Je 20, 
1906. Child, Gladys, b. Ap 5, 1916. Address, 
5700 W. 22nd St., Chicago; bus. add., 4022 W. 
22nd St., do. 

WILLIAM HOWARD HALSEY 
M.D.; b. Mr 27, 1884, Milwaukee; s. William 
Henry (b. O 14, 1857, Albany, N. Y.) and Isabelle 
(Cleary) Halsey (b. Ap 21, 1860, Chicago). Pre- 
pared in East Division H. S., Milwaukee; Univ. 
of Mich., 1900-01; Wis. Coll. of Phys. and Surg., 
1901-03. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Grad. work, 
Chicago Clin. Sch., 1906; West Side Hosp., Chi- 
cago, 1906-08; Navy Med. Sch., Washington, D. 
C, 1910. Gen. Med. practice, Milwaukee, 1908- 
10; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, 1919—. Built 
and organized Navy Hosp. Corps Sch., San Fran- 
cisco, 1914; in command, do., 1914-17; built and 
organized Navy Hosp. Corps Sch., Norfolk, Va., 
1917. On Staff of Commander of Am. Naval 
Forces Operating in European Waters, 1918, 
Hdqrts., London, Eng.; In charge, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Dept., Hosp. Ship "Solace", 1911-12; 
Mem. of faculty. Naval Med. Sch., 1913-14; in 
charge. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Dept., Naval 
Hosp., Fort Lyon, Colo., 1919. Lt., (Jr. Grade), 
M. C, U. S. N., Mr 1910; resigned D 10, 1919, as 
Lt. Commander. Auth.: Drill Book for Hosp. 
Corps, U. S. N., 1912, U. S. Govt. Printing Off. 
Married Elsie Marie Bode, Ap 21, 1914, Milwaukee. 
Children: William David, b. F 2, 1915; Jonathan 
Horace, b. F 11, 1918. Address, 3603 Grand Ave., 
Milwaukee; bus. add., 410 Jefferson St., do. 

CLARENCE EARL HAMEL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1873. Prepared in 
Marshfield, (Wis.) H. S.; Milwaukee Med. Coll., 
2 yrs. At one time located in Milwaukee; later 
Phys. and Surg., Mcintosh, Minn. Mem., A. M. 
A. Address, 804 E. Lake St., Minneapolis; bus. 
add., 800 E. Lake St., do.t 

WALTER DONALD HAMMOND 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. M.D., 111. 
Med. Coll., 1900. Formerly located in Isanti, 
Minn.; later at Flint, Mich. Address, Forest Ave., 
and Findley Place, Minneapolis; 6ms. add., 347 
E. Lake St., do.i 

WILLIAM BENJAMIN HANELIN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Jefferson H. S., Chicago; Harvey Med. Coll., 
1902-04. Instr., Anat., Coll. of Med., 1908-10; 
Prof., do., Chicago Hosp. Coll. of Med. Gen. 
Med. practice, Chicago. Mem.. A. M. A.; Chi- 
cago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc. Address, 
1237 S. Peoria St., Chicago; 6us. add., 32 N. State 
St., rfo.t 

HOMER BENTON HARPER 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 25, 1872, Hillsboro, O.; 
s. I. V. and Amanda M. (Higgins) Harper. Pre- 
pared in Hillsboro (O.) H. S. Med. Examiner. 
Home Serv., World War. Mem., M. E. Church; 
A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; I. O. O. F.; K. P. Ad- 
dress, 1403 Norton Ave., Barberton, O.; 6ms. add.. 
Peoples Bank, do. 

CHESTER ELLIS HARRIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; A.B., 1902; A.M., 1903; 
b S 6, 1881, Algiers, Ind.; s. James F. and Josephine 
(Lemond) Harris. Prepared in Ogden H. S. and 



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Univ. Acad. Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega 
Alpha; Fellowship. Physiol.. Univ. of 111.. 1902-3 
House Phys., Michael Reese Hosp.. 1900-08; 
Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, 190S — ; Chm. Med. 
Advisory Bd.: Basin Wyo.; Capt., M. C. U. S. 
A.; Base Hosps.. 105 and 65. A. E. F.. World War. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; Northwestern 
Wyo. Med. Soc; Wyo. State Med. Soc: Am. Coll. 
Surg. (Fellow). Married Adriana Van Eenenaam, 
Ap 14, 1910, Joliet, 111. Children: Frances; Jose- 
phine. Address, Basin, Wyo. 

LOUIS J. HARRIS 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 8, 1881; s. M. W. and 
Berth F. (Urbach) Harris. Prepared in Dubuque 
(la.) H. S. Married N 30, 1913. Child, Stanley 
Cyril, b. Jl 2, 1916. Address. 2058 Grand Ave., 
Chicago; bus. add., 209 S. State St., do. 

RAY RHINALDO HARRIS 
Phys. and Surg; M.D.; b. My 25, 1884, Decatur, 
111.; s. Z. W. and Julia Ann (Dyke) Harris. Pre- 
pared in Champaign H. S. Phi Beta Pi. Gen. 
Med. and Surg, practice; Assoc, with Prof., A. J. 
Ochsner, Chicago, 3 yrs., and with Dr. J. R. 
Guthrie, Dean, la. State Med. Soc, Dubuque, la., 
2 yrs. Dir. and Surg., Old Sanitarium, Prairie 
du Cbien, Wis. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., Ft. 
Oglethorpe, Ga., O 16, 1918; Capt., M. R. C, U. 
S. A., at present. Mem., Am. Coll. Surg. (Fellow) ; 
la. State Surg. Soc. Married Ethel Alice Lark in, 
O 20, 1909, Chicago. Children: Barbara, b. S 5, 
1913; Ethel, b. Ap 18, 1917. Address, 6 Coventry 
Ct., Dubuque, la.; bus. add., 1270 Main St., do. 

DORSEY A. HARWOOD 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 5, 1S79, Livingstone Co., 
111.; s. Ohver X. and Laura J. (Bawn) Harwood. 
Prepared in Pontiac H. S. and 111. State Norm. 
Univ., Normal, 111. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Located 
in Ransom, 111.; Strcator, do.; Santa Ana, Calif. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°; B. P. O. E.; I. O. O. F. 
Married Cornelia A. Harwood, Ag 5, 1903, Strcator, 
111. Children: Chadron M., b. N 4, 1905; Donald 
D., b. S 21, 1910. Address, 819 S. Broadway, 
Santa Ana, Calif.; bus. add., 329 Spurgeon Bldg., 
do. 

LENA HATFIELD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. A.B., Simpson 
CoU., la., 1895. Mem., Med. Womans Club. 
Address, 1435 E. 60th St., Chicago.t 

JESSIE HATTENDORF 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Waterloo (la.) H. S. Formerly of Jamestown, 
N. Dak.t 

OSCAR HAWKINSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 4, 1877, Woodhull, 111.; 
s. Eric (b. Karlshaven, Sweden) and Ella (Mattin- 
son) Hawkinson (b. Ronneby, Sweden). Prepared 
in Aledo H. S, and Augustana Coll., Prep. Dept. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Intern, Passavant Memorial 
Hosp., 1906-07; Res. Phys., Lakeside Sanitarium, 
Lake Geneva, Wis., 1907-13; Gen. Med. practice, 
Chicago, 1913 — .; Staff, St. Annes Hosp., Chicago. 
Examiner, Local Bd., World War, 1917-18. Mem., 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. 
A. Married Margaret E. Leneben. Ja 15, 1913, 
Manteno, 111. Address, 5465 Augusta St., Chi- 
cago; bus. add., 5625 Cbicago Ave., do. 

KARL LOWELL HAYES 
Physician; M.D. ; b. My 3, 1882, Pleasant Plains, 
111; 8. J. W. and Fannie (Pierce) Hayes. Prepared 
in Pleasant Plains H. S., 1897. B.S., Sangamon 
Coll., 1900. Phi Beta Pi. Mem., Co. Med. Soc; 
111. State Med. Soc; Woodmen; A. F. A. M. Lt., 
10 mos. service. Embarkation Hosp., Newport 
News. Married Amv Ball, S 17, 1916, Pleasant 
Plains. 111. Child, John J., b. Ag 17, 1919. Ad- 
dress, Farmersville, 111. 



ALVIN GEORGE HELWIG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884. Prepared in 

Palatine H. S.; Jenner Med. Coll. 1903-04. M. R. 

C, U. S. A. Address, 1948 Sunnyside Ave., Chi- 
cago.t 

JOHN MADISON HENCH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 9, 1874, Marengo, 

la.; s. William and Catherine (Havcrly) Hench. 

Prepared in Fairfield and Benicia (Calif.) H. Schs. 

and Commercial dept., San Joaquin Valley Coll. 

Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. Maj., M. C, U. 

5. A., O 23, 1917-Jc 1, 1919; overseas serv.. Base 
Hosp. 31, Camp Hosp. 43, and Hosp. Center at 
Savenay, Fr. Mem., M. E. Church; A. F. A. M. 
Married Myrtle M. Nelson, Ap 1908, Chicago. 
Children: John M., b. O 6, 1911; Raymond R., 
b. Mr 5, 1914. Address, ,538 W. Flora St., Stock- 
ton, Calif.; bus. add., 304 Belding Bldg., do. 

CLARENCE HENDERSON 

■Physician; M.D.; b. Je 28, 1869; s. John D. 
(b. 1848, 111.) and Francis (Aldenson) Henderson. 
Prepared in Fort Scott (Kan.) Collegiate Inst, 
and Washburn Med. Coll., Topeka, Kan. Gen. 
Med. practice, Lind, Wash., 1906—. Mem., Vol. 
Med. Serv. Corps. Married Edna Ij. Sharp, My 
31, 1899, Oxford, Kan. Child, Justine, b. O 31, 
1900. Address, Lind, Wash. 

THOMAS LAFAYETTE HIGGINBOTHAM 
Specialist; M.D.; b. Je 24, 1879, Creelsboro, Ky. ; 
s. William and Josie A. (Wood) Higginbotham. 
Prepared in Univ. of Ky., 1894-95. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat; 
Began treatment of Acute Tonsillitis, Diphtheria, 
and Vincents Angina by removing tonsils; intro- 
duced Block Anesthesia for removal of Childrens 
Tonsils, 1919. Mem., A. F. A. M., Shrine; B. 
P. O. E. Married Bessie A. Jackson, Ag 29, 1907, 
Tyrone, Okla. Address, 3205 Victor Place, Wichita, 
Kan.; 6ms. add., 1114 Bitting, do. 

ARMINIA SEARS HILL 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 28, 1871, Cumberland, 
O.; d. J. W. and Louisa (Fulton) Sears. Prepared 
in Muskingum Coll., New Concord, O., and Bible 
Training Sch. Alpha Epsilon Iota. Mem., Med. 
Staff, Mary Thompson Hosp., Chicago. Mem., 
Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc. 
Married Seth Hill, D 31, 1905. Address, 2822 
Washington Blvd., Chicago. 

JOHN CLAUDE HOLLIS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Janesville (Wis.) H. S. (Jen. Med. practice; for- 
merly located in San Francisco; later at 151 Fifth 
St., Fond du Lac, Wis. Mem., A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, Pleasanton, Calif. t 

RALPH RANDALL HOLMES 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 1, 1874, Blooming- 
ton, 111.; s. Joseph Bateman (b. Mr 23, 1847, Isle 
Le Moir, Can.) and Lauretta Elizabeth (Heafer) 
Holmes (b. O 12, 1849, Dayton, Kan.). Prepared 
in Bloomington, 111. A.B., 111. Wesleyan Univ., 
1895; A. M., do., 1898. Gen. Med. practice, Chi- 
cago; Instr., Sr. Med., Coll. of Med., 1910-14. 
Ist Lt. San. Corps, 111. Vol. Tr. Corps, 1917-19; 
1st Lt., Med. Corps, 111. Reserve Militia, 1919 — . 
Married Anna Elizabeth Diehl, Jl 11, 1910, Chi- 
cago. Children: Josephine Bateman, b. My 17, 
1911; Philip Randall, b. Ja 19, 1914; Elizabeth 
Anne, b. Ag 11, 1915. Address, 458 W. 61st St., 
Chicago. 

ENOS MUSSER HOOVER 

Physician; M.D.; b. F 4, 1870, Goshen, Ind.; 

8. Martin A. and Margaret (Musser) Hoover. 

Prepared in DePauw Univ. Gen. Med. practice, 

Elkhart, Ind. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., S 26-D 

6, 1918. Auth.: .Sir William O.sler, an Estimation 
of his Life, Jour. Ind. State Med. Assn.; Anes- 
thesia as a .Specialty, do. Mem., Congr. Church. 
Married Mary E. Shaum, Ag 24, 1893, Wakarusa, 
Ind. Address, 118 W. Marion St., Elkhart, Ind.; 
bus. add., R. 201 Garfield Ave., do. 



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*EMMETT EUGENE HORN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Moulton (la.) H. S. Gen. Med. practice, Engle- 
wood, Colo. Died Mr 14, 1911, at his home in 
Englewood. 

WALTER BOOTH HOTCHKISS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Prepared in 
Chicago Man. Tr. Sell. M.D., Chicago Homeo- 
pathic Med. Coll., 1904. Formerly located in 
Riverside, 111.; later in Chehahs, Wash. Address, 
504 S. Ainswortb Ave., Tacoma, Wash.t 

CHARLES EARL HOWARD 
M.D.; b. Jl 30, 1882, Clermont, Ind.; s. George 
G. and Sarah A. (Meyers) Howard. DePauw 
Univ., 1902-3. Sigma Nu. Located in Lewis- 
town, 1907-18; Peoria, 1918-20; Garrett, Ind., 
1920 — . Advisory Bd., Fulton Co., World War. 
Auth.: Several X-Ray and Medical Articles. 
Mem., Shrine; M. E. Church. Married Maud 
M. Smith, 1910. Children: Maralee, b. Ag 5, 
1912; Janette J., b. Ja 1, 1915. Address, The 
Clinic, Garrett, Ind. 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS JACKSON 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 

Houston (Tex.) H. S. Address, 617 Trinity St., 

Houston, Tex.; 6ms. add., 419M Milan St., rfo.f 

JOHN MARTIN JACOBS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
St. Ignatius Coll., 1894; Harvey Med. Coll., 2 yrs. 
M.D., 111. Med. Coll., 1903. Intern, Augustana 
Hosp., Chicago; Staff, Lake View Hosp., do. 
Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State 
Med. Soc. Address, 2245 Irving Park Blvd., 
Chicago .t 

EDWIN JEROME KAUFFMAN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 22, 1884, Marion, 
S. Dak. Prepared in Wesley Univ., Mitchell, S. 
Dak. Married Caroline Graber, Ja 16, 1907. 
Address, Marion Jet., S. Dak. 

SAMUEL ALVIN KELLER 

Physician; b. Mr 19, 1884, Sutton, Neb.; s. 

Alvin H. and Martha (Brown) Keller. Prepared 

in Sioux Falls (S. Dak.) H. S. Address, 1004 S. 

Phillips Ave., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 



EDWIN WINSLOW KNOWLES 
M.D.; b. 1880, Rockford, 111.; s. Henry and 
Lizzie (Collins) Knowles. Prepared in Rockford 
H. S. and N. W. Mil. Acad. Phi Beta Pi. Loca- 
ted in Victoria, Mich., 1907-10; Greeley, Colo., 
1910—. Maj., Base Hosp. 15, A. E. F., Je 1917- 
Ap 1919. Married Ethel Dullam, Je 1, 1911, 
Greeley, Colo. Children: Elizabeth, b. S 1913; 
Dorothy, b. S 1914. Address, 1127 16th St., 
Greeley, Colo.; bus. add., 218 Greeley Nat. Bank 
Bldg., do. 

JOHN ALBERT KONZELMAN 
M.D.; b. O 17,1882, Beardstown, 111.; s. Andrew 
Konzelman. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., Ag 11, 1917- 
D 27, 1918; M. O. T. C, Ft. Riley, Kan.; served 
at Ba.se and Post Hosps., do., and at Post Hosp., 
Ft. Crook, Neb. Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. 
F.; A. M. A.; St. Louis Med. Soc; Baptist Church. 
Married Bertha E. Blair, D 15, 1913, Sparta, 111. 
Child, Virginia E., b. Ja 16, 1917. Address, 5947 
Julian Ave., St. Louis; 6ms. add., 6122 Page Ave., 
do. 



HARRY ADAMS KRAUS 
Urologist; M.D.; b. 1884. Prepared in Hyde 
Park H. S., Chicago and S. Side Acad., do. Asst. 
Prof., Genito-LTrinary Surg., Chicago Policlinic 
and Hosp.; Dermatol, and Urol., Grant Hosp., 
Chicago. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A.; stationed at 
Camp Pike, Ark., World War. Mem., Am. Vto\. 
Assn.; Chicago Urol. Soc; A. M. A.; Chicago Med. 
Soc; 111. State Med. Soc. Address, 4518 Drexel 
Blvd., Chicago; 6us. add., 25 E. Washington St., 
do.t 

ARTHUR H. R. KRUEGER 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 17, 1883; s. Frederick 
(b. 1852, Ger.) and Margaret (Ottmann) Krueger 
(b. 1853, 111.). Prepared in Chicago H. Schs. 
Intern, Alexian Bros. Hosp., Chicago, 1906-07; 
Phys., Carpentersville, 111., 1907-12; do., Chicago, 
1912 — . Asst. Med. Examiner of Local Bd. 32, 
Ag 1917-18. Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; 111. Med. 
Soc; A. M. A.; Phys. Fellowship Club; A. F. A. 
M., 190. Married S 27, 1911, Dundee, 111. Chil- 
dren: Frederick, b. D 12, 1913; Margaret, b. Ag 
6, 1916. Address, 1046 N. Lawler Ave., Chicago; 
6ms. add., 2300 W. Chicago Ave., do. 



*FRANK CLAIR KENNELLEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 21, 1883; «. Fannie 
(McReynolds) Kennelley. Prepared in Easton 
H. S. Phi Beta Pi. Gen. Med. practice, Easton, 
111., 1906-07; located in Phoenix, Ariz., 1907-09; 
Longmont, Colo., 1909-12; Denver, 1912—; Spe- 
cialist in Pediatrics, 1918 — ; Clin. Asst., Med. and 
Pediatrics, Childrens Hosp., Denver, 1918 — ; do., 
Denver City and Co. Hosp., do., 1919—. Mem., 
A. F. A. M., K. T., Shrine. Married Jessie L. 
Emmons, Je 2, 1912, Denver. Child, Frank Clair, 
b. S 14, 1920. Died D 5, 1920. 

*GEORGE JOHN KLEINSCHMIDT 

M.D.; b. 1865. Prof., Anat., Marquette Univ., 

Milwaukee; for many yrs. connected with the Bus. 

Mgmt. of Newspapers in Milwaukee. Mem., A. 

M. A. Died O 12, 1913, Milwaukee. 

T. GAILLARD KNAPPENBERGER 

Physician; M.D.; b. F 3, 1883, Sciota, 111.; s. 
Henry (b. F 6, 1851, Westmoreland Co., Pa.) 
and Anna Elizabeth (Smith) Knappenberger (b. 
Je 26, 1859, Mass.). Prepared in Macomb H. S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa (Pres., 1905-06). Intern, 
St. Marys of Nazareth Hosp., Chicago, 1906-07; 
Macomb, 111., Je 1907-09; Chicago, My 1909-My 
1912; St. Joseph, 111., My 1912—. Mem., Vil- 
lage Bd. of Trustees, St. Joseph, 1917—; M. C, 
U. S. A., O 26-D 26, 1918. Married Grace Mar- 
garet Gallion, Je 7, 1910, Chicago. Child, Theo- 
dore GaiUard, b. Je 18, 1911. Address, St. Joseph, 
111. 



HENRY EDWARD LAHN 

Phy.sician; M.D.; b. Je 6, 1855; s. Adolf (b. 
Reichenberg, Aus.) and Katharine (Posselt) Lahn 
(b. do.). Prepared in Reichenberg, Aus., Leipsig, 
Univ. of Vienna, and Nat. Med. Univ., Chicago. 
Auth.: Pamphlet on Vegetarian Diet; articles 
in English and German magazines. Address, 1386 
W. Randolph St., Chicago. 

GEORGE LUCENE LANGWORTHY 
Piiysician; M.D.; b. My 26, 1878, Princeton, 
111.; s. Lucius L. (b. Je 29, 1837, do.) and Sarah C. 
(Daniels) Langworthy (b. Ap 7, 1842, Ohio). 
Prepared in Massena (la.) H. S.; Capital City, 
Cml. Coll., Des Moines; Univ. of la., 1902-03. 
Located in Amarillo, Tex., 1908-17; Pawbuska 
Okla., 1919—. Capt., World War, S 1917-S 1919. 
Mem., Osage Co. Med. Soc; Okla. State Med. 
Soc; A. M. A. Married Gilena Bowler, Je 1, 1913, 
Shawnee, Okla. Child, Elaine, b. Jl 2, 1916. Ad- 
dress, Post Office Bldg., Pawhuska, Okla. 



JOHN FONROSE LAWSON 
Physician; M.D.; b, Ap 13, 1878; s. Bent H. 
(b. Ap 26, 1852, Etna, 111.) and Mary (Kelly) 
Lawson (b. O 3, 1854, Ind.). Prepared in H. S. 
and at Normal, 111. Phi Beta Pi. Located m 
Sullivan, 111. Med. Mem., Moultrie Co. Bd. of 
Exemption. Married, Je 3, 1908, Olney, HI. 
Child, Bernice Helen, b. O 20, 1909. Address, Sul- 
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FRANK JOSEPH LEXA 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 
la. City Acad.. 1901; Sioux City Med. Coll., 1902- 
04. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist; for- 
merly located in Wheatland, Minn. Address, 
Lonsdale, Minn.f - 

ELIAS HOMER LOOFBOURROW 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 2, 1878, New Madison, 
O.; s. John and Elizabeth (Forlow) Loofbourrow. 
Prepared in ^'ew Madison (O.) H. S., and Ohio 
No. Univ., Ada. O. Phys., St. Charles, 111., 190C- 
07; Wakefield, Mich., 1907-08; Keewatin, Minn.. 
1908—. Mem. Presby. Church; A. F. A. M. 
Married Mable Clair Hajiertv, 1909. Iron River, 
Mic^. Children: Ralph Homer, b. Je 1, 1910; 
Mary Louise, b. D 4, 1913. Address, Keewatin, 
Minn. 

MARTIN GIRARD LUKEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1SS2. Prepared in 
N. W. Div. H. S. and Lewis Inst., Chicago. At- 
tending Surg., St. Elizabeths Hosp., Chicago; 
Attending Phys. and Surg., Angel Guardian Or- 
phan Asvlum and Hosp., do. ^lem., A. M. A.; 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; Phys. 
Club of Chicago. Address, 4235 Sheridan Road, 
Chicago; bus. add., 1954 Irving Park Blvd., do. 
do.t 

GEORGE BENJAMIN LUTYENS 
M.D.; b. Ja 12, 1S73, Tallula, 111,; s. Herman and 
Margaret (Rancan) Lutyens. Prepared in New 
Berlin H. S. B.S., Valparaiso Univ. Grad. work, 
Post-Grad. Hosp., Chicago, 6 mos., 1920. Mem., 
A. F. A. M. (Master Mason). Buffalo, 111. 1st 
Lt., Med. Dept. overseas, 1918. Married Rose 
A. Evans, S 29. 1904, Springfield, 111. Children: 
Madeline Winifred, b. O 13, 1905; Anna Katberine, 
b. N 25, 1907; Mary Margaret, b. My 21, 1914; 
June Elizabeth, b. Je 28, 1916. Address, 1714 S. 
Pasfield St., Springfield, 111.; bus. add., 420 S. 7th 
St., do. 

DUFFIELD DUFFERIN MacGILLIVRAY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1875. Prepared in 
Muir (Mich.) H. S.; Med. Dept., Univ. of Mich., 
1901-04. M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, Pine Vil- 
lage, Ind.t 

GEORGE ALBERT McLANE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Whitewater (Wis.) State Norm. Sch. Address, 
Ferdinand, Ind.t 

LACHLAN MacMILLAN 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended 
Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., San Francisco, 1902-03; 
Med. Dept., Univ. of Ore., 1903-04. Address, 
1295 12th St., W., Vancouver, B. C; bus. add., 
538 Broadway, W., do.t 

RAY JAMES McMURRAY 
Pbvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1853. Prepared in 
Valparaiso (Ind.) H. S.; Keokuk Med. Sch., 1902- 
03. Formerly of Francesville, Ind. Addres.?, Mul- 
berry, Fla.t 

THOMAS FRANCIS MAHER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D,; b. O 4, 1877, Gilman, 
111.; s. Denis and Margaret (Reeves) Maher. Pre- 
pared in Chicago Prep, and Collegiate Sch., Bus. 
Coll., and Valparaiso Univ. Honor Roll, 1906. 
Intern, St. Mary of Nazareth Hosp. and St. Ber- 
nards Hosp., Chicago; Gen. Med. and Surg, prac- 
tice; Lecturer, Surg.; Conducted Surg. Clinic, 
Faculty. Reliance ^Ied. Coll., Loyola Univ., and 
111. Hosp., do., 1920; Regular Staff, St. Bernards 
Hosp.; Visiting Staff, Washington Park Hosp. 
Mem.. A. M. A.; 111. Med. Soc.; Chicago Med. 
Soc; Grand Crossing Med. Club. Married Anna 
J. McManus. Je 28, 1911, Chicago. Children: 
Thomas F.. Jr., b. My 10, 1912; Rita B., b. Ag 
18, 1913; Francis J., b. F 25, 1915; William N., 



b. Je 19, 1917; Mary M., b. My 18, 1919. Ad- 
dress, 7305 Vernon Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 7100 
Cottage Grove Ave., do. 

*LEO CASSIUS MILLER 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1882. Gen. Med. practice. 
Champaign, before war service. Lt. M. C, U. 
S. A., World War; army service. Camp Greenleaf, 
Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., and at the embarkation 
hosp.. Camp Stewart, Va. Died D 14, 1918, 
Champaign. 

NOBLE WILLIAM MILLER 
M.D.; b. O 3. 1882 Chicago; s. William E. and 
Sophia (Kuecker) Miller. Prepared in St. Johns 
Mil. Acad. Delafield, Wis. Capt. M. C. U S 
A. 1917-19; Amb. Co. 338 85th Div. and 47th 
Inf., 4th Div., World War. Mem., A. F. A. M., 
32°; K. P.; A. M. A.; Mich. State Med. Soc. 
Marri(?d Mabelle M. Butler, 1908, Chicago. Chil- 
ren: Robert, b. My 17, 1910; -Ruth, Je 2, 1912; 
M. Eulalie, b. N 7, 1914. Address, Howard City, 
Mich. 

WILLIAM JOHN MOLDENHAUER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 16, 1881, Des 
Plaines, 111.: s. August and Minnie (Dietert) Mol- 
denhauer. Prepared in Jefferson H. S., Chicago. 
Alpha Omega Alpha. Gen. Med. and Surg, prac- 
tice, Chicago. Married Lina Ganschow, O 16 
1909 (Deceased). Child, William August Gans- 
chow, b. Ap 16, 1915 (Deceased). Address, 4035 
W. North Ave., Chicago. 



RALPH VERNON MOORE 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 28, 1877, Dimmick, 111.; 
s. Robert Moore. Prepared in Lewis Institute, 
Chicago. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Gen. Med. prac- 
tice, Freeport, 111., 1906-09; Amboy, do., 1909-13. 
Capt.. M. C, U. S. A., World War. Mem., A. 
F. A. M., 32°. Married Katherine Sheridan, N 
3, 1909, Freeport, III. Address, 308 Stanton St., 
Portland, Ore.; bus. add., Morgan Bldg., do. 



LOUISE MORROW 

Social Serv. Dir.; M.D. ; Prepared in Rockford 

H. S. A.B., Univ. of Wis., 1913. Nu Sigma Phi, 

Dir., Social Serv., Univ. of Calif. Hosp., San 

Francisco. Address, 450 Irving St., San Francisco. 



ALFRED HENRY MOVIUS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 25, 1882, Fargo, N. 
Dak.; s. Ernest F. (b. Mr 24, 1856, Ger.) and 
Marie M. (Rosenkranz) Movius (b. Ag 23, 1860, 
Ger.). Prepared in Lidgerwood (N. Dak.) H. S. 
and No. Ind. Coll, of Pharm. Ph.G,, do., 1900. 
Phi Rho Sigma. Phys., Flandreau, S. Dak., 
1907-09; do., Jamestown, N. Dak., 1909—. Mar- 
ried Helen M. Movius, O 3, 1907, Chicago. Chil- 
dren: Alfred Henry, Jr., b. N 30, 1908; Mary 
Elizabeth, b. My 20, 1918. Address, 5th Ave., 
N., Jamestown, N. Dak. 

BERNARD E. MURPHY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D,; b. 1880. Gen. Med. 
practice. Formerly at 4200 Prairie Ave., Chi- 
cago. t 

DUDLEY ELLIS MURRAY 
Physician; M.D.; b. F 8, 1883, Zanesville, Ind. 
Prepared in Ft. Wayne H. S., and Ind. Univ. 
1st Lt., M. C, M, O. T. C, Camp Greenleaf, 
Ga,, O 2.5-D 21, 1918; Capt,, M, R, C, F 19, 1919, 
Mem., A, F, A, M,; K, P.; M, W. A, Address, 
Roanoke, Ind. 

*EDWARD ELLIS NATHAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1884. M.D., Chicago Col', 
of Med. and Surg., 1905. Died Ap 18^ 1910, 
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*ELBERT FERGUSON NEBEKER 
Pharmacist; M.D.; Ph.G., 1895; b. 1870, Cov- 
ington, Ind. Prepared in Covington (Ind.) H. 
S. Apprenticed to Jones and "Meitzler; R. W. 
Birch, Covington, Ind., 1890-93. Pharm., 31st 
and Portland Ave., Chicago. Mem., 111. State 
Med. Soc. Died Ag 1908, Danville, 111. 

FRANK NEE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. N 18, 1879; s. Thomas 
and Mary (Joyce) Nee. Prepared in Richland 
Center (Wis.) H. S. Gen. Med. and Surg, prac- 
tice. 1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A., O 5, 1918-Jl 15, 
1919; Base Hosp., Camp Custer, Mich.; U. S. 
Gen. Hosp., 24, Pittsburgh. Married Elizabeth 
King, Je 22, 1909. Children: Helen Mary, b. Ap 
21, 1910; Owen, b. D 5, 1913; Francis, b. F 3, 
1915. Address, Spring Green, Wis. 

FLOYD WILMUTH NEWELL . 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Attended 
Keokuk Med. Coll., 1902-03. Mem., A. M. A. 
Address, 706 W. 2nd St., Ottumwa, la.t 

CHARLOTTE ALDEN NORTELL 
(Formerly Charlotte Alden Nathanson) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Buchanan (Mich.) H. S.; Harvey Med. Coll., 
1902-03. Married Joseph L. Nortell ('06) S 12, 
1903. Address, 742 Lorel Ave., Chicago; bus. 
add., 805 Leclaire Ave., do.t 

JOSEPH LAWRENCE NORTELL 
(Formerly Nathanson, Joseph L.) 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ap 7, 1878. Alpha Omega 
Alpha. Capt., Med. Corps, Evacuation Hosp. 27, 
Chief of Surg. Team, do.. Army of Occupation 
Mesvres, Fr. and Coblenz, Ger. Mem., A. F. 
A. M., Blue Lodge. Name changed from Nathan- 
son to Nortell. Married Charlotte M. Alden, 
('06) S 12, 1903. Address, 742 Lorel Ave., Chicago; 
bus. add., 805 Leclaire Ave., do. 

DAVID CANNEEN NORTHCROSS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Flint, New Orleans. Formerly of Montgomery, 
Ala.; Gen. Med. practice. Address, 668 Winder 
St., Detroit.t 

BENJAMIN SOL NOVASHELSKY 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 
Medill H. S., Chicago; Jenner Med. Coll., 1902-04. 
Formerly of 1217 S. Halsted St., Chicago.J 

JOHN PATRICK O'CONNELL 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in St. 

Marys Coll.; Rush Med. Coll., 1900-01. Mem., 

Chicago Med. Soc. Address, 100 N. Hamlin Ave., 

Chicago; bus. add., 737 W. Madison St., do.t 

THOMAS J. O'LEARY 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ag 16, 1881, Wabasha, Minn.; 
s. T. C. and Mary (Malowe) O'Leary. Prepared 
in Wabasha (Minn.) H. S. Phi Beta Pi. Con- 
tract Surg., World War. Mem., B. P. O. E.; K. 
C.; Roman Catholic Church. Married .\lice M. 
Sullivan, 1911, Superior, Wis. Children: Mary 
Alice, b. Ap 20, 1914; Josephine Frances b. Mr 
12 1917. Address, 1610 Hammond Ave., Superior, 
Wis.; bus. add., Bd. of Trade Bldg., do. 

ALFRED LOUIS OLSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 12, 1876, Stoughton, 
Wis.; s. Ole (b. 1852, Bergen, Norway) and Anna 
David (Lang) Olson (b. 1851, do.). Prepared in 
Red Wing (Minn.) Sem. and Univ. of Minn. Ed., 
Sr. Notes, Plexus, 1905-06. Grad. work, Univ. 
of Christiania, Norway, 1909; Chicago Policlinic 
and Hosp., 1915. Gen. Med. practice, Deerfield, 
Wis., 1907-14; Stoughton, do., 1914—. Health 
Off., City of Stoughton. Capt., A. E. F., World 
War, S 1, 1917-Ak 10, 1919; on duty at Camp Hosp. 
33 and Penfield Prison during overseas serv. Mem., 
Dane Co. Med. Soc; Wis. State Med. Soc; A. 



M. A. Married Selma M. Waller, S 25, 1911, 
Chicago. Children: Constance Adela, b. Jl 8, 
1912; Alfred Waller, b. F 9, 1914. Address, 
Stoughton, Wis. 

WILLIAM EDWARD O'NEIL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. A.B., St. 
Ignatius Coll., 1902. Address, North Shore Hotel, 
Evanston, 111.; 6ms. add., 800 Davis St., do.f 

JOHN PATRICK O'NEILL 
Urologist; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in St. 
Marys Coll., Kan. Consulting Urol., Highland 
Park Hosp., Chicago; Instr., Genito-Urinary 
Diseases, Coll. of Med., 1914-18. Chief of Urolog. 
Staff, Camp Pike, Ark., World War; Lecturer, 
Venereal Diseases, do. Mem., Lake Co. Med. 
Soc; Chicago Urol. Soc; Am. Urol. Soc Address, 
Highland Park, 111.; bus. add., 104 S. Michigan 
Ave., Chicago.! 

GEORG ROBERT OSBORN 
Specialist in Obst. and Gynecol.; M.D.; b. F 
17, 1875, Perry, la.; s. Jonathan W. and Eliza 
(Trimmingham) Osborn. Prepared in Hanna 
(Ind.) H. S. Rea Scholarship, 1905-06; Jr. Class 
Pres. Teacher in pub. schs.. La Porte, Ind., 7 
yrs. Obst. Extern, West Side Hosp., Je 1905-Je 
1906; Gen. Med. practice, La Porte, Ind., 1906- 
18; Obst. and Gynecol. Specialist, "Tulsa, Okla., 
1919—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ja 1918-F 1919; 
Maj., M. C, U. S. A., F 1919-discharge, Ag 13, 
1919; overseas. My 21, 1918-Je 28, 1919. Surg., 
A. R. C. Mil. Hosps. 8 and 3, in Paris, 11 mos. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F.; Christian Church; 
A. M. A. Married Dell Bunnell, D 24, 1895. 
Children: Barbara, b. S 16, 1906; John A. (Adop- 
ted.). Address, 1105 S. Carson St., Tulsa, Okla.; 
bus. add., 302 New Daniel Bldg., do. 

BENJAMIN FREDERICK PAGE 
(Formerly B. F. Peisch) 
Sales Mgr.; M.D.; b. S 9, 1878, Burhngton, la.; 
s. F. W. (b. 1833, Ger.) and Elizabeth (Fehr) 
Peisch (b. 1848, do.). Prepared in Burhngton 
(la.) H. S. and Baptist Coll. Nu Sigma Nu. 
Med. practice, 1906-16; Automotive indus. (motor 
trucks), 1916 — ; Sales Mgr., Maxwell Motor Sales 
Corp., Detroit. Mem., A. F. A. M. Married 
S 14, 1905, Burhngton, la. Name changed in 
1915 from Peisch to Page. Address, 1312 S. 10th 
St., Burhngton, la. 

SAMUEL J. PARK 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 

La Salle Coll., Chicago; Armour Institute, 1 yr. 

Address, 4148 Berkeley Ave., Chicago; 6ms. add.. 

City Hall Bldg., do.t 

IRVING WHEELER PARSONS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared 
in Jeffer.son H. S., Chicago; Harvey Med. Coll., 
1903. Gen. Med. practice. M. R. C, U. S. N. 
Address, 1826 Rockefeller St.. Everett, Wash.; 
6ms. add., 301 Am. Nat. Bank Bldg., do.f 

LE ROY S. PETERS 
Tuberculosis Specialist; M.D.; b. Ap 6, 1882, 
St. Joseph, Mich.; s. William F. and Eleanor 
(Lund) Peters. Prepared in St. Joseph (Mich.) 
H. S. and Univ. of Minn. Phi Delta Theta; Nu 
Sigma Nu. Tuberculosis Specialist, Albuquerque, 
N. Mex. Local Advisory Bd., World War. Auth.: 
Various Articles on Tuberculosis. Married Isa- 
bella Fyfe, F 8, 1908, Silver City, N. Mex. Child, 
Lawrence Fyfe, b. Ap 25, 1909. Address, 1801 
W. Central Ave., Albuquerque, N. Mex.; 6ms. 
add., St. Joseph's Sanatorium, do. 

MARTIN DAVID EPHRAIM PETERSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 21, 1880, Paxton, 111.; 
s. John O. (b. Norway) and Eva (Lindstrom) 
Peterson (b. Sweden^. Prepared in Paxton H. S. 
and Corcoran Scientific Sch., Washington, D. C, 
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Cook Co.. 111., 1906-07; Rankin, 111.. 1908-17; 
Paxton. 111., 1917—. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State 
Med. Soc. ; Lutheran Evangelical Church. Address, 
Paxton. 111. 

HERBERT LEROY PETTITT 
Physician: M.D.; b. Je 19. 1875, Rock Falls. 
111.; s. N. F. and Sarah E. (Ustick) Pettitt. Pre- 
pared in Rock Falls H. S. Located in Chicago, 
1906-08; Morrison, 111., 1908—. 1st Lt., M. C, 
U. S. A.. 1918-19. Mem.. A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. 
E.; Am. Legion. Married Susannah Stewart. 
Je 14. 1905. Address, Morrison. 111. 

WILLIAM BENJAMIN PICKRELL 
Mfgr. and Oil Operator; M.D.; b. Ja 19, 1S73, 
Harristown, 111.; s. James H. and Margaret T. 
(Bedford^ Pickrell. Prepared in Crane H. S. and 
Armour Institute, Chicago. M.D., Dunham Med. 
Coll. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, Spokane; 
Retired, 1900; now in oil development and elec- 
trical mfg. bus., Los Angeles. Mem.. A. F. A. 
M.; B. P. O. E. Married Frances Taylor, Mr 14, 
1900. Three children: b. D 23. 1901 (deceased); 
F 17. 1903; Jl 11, 1905. Address, 529 Old Nat. 
Bank Bldg., Spokane. 

JOSEPH COOPER PIERCE 

Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1878. Prepared in 

Ridge Farm H. S.; Med. Coll. of Ind., 1899-1900. 

Fletired from Med. practice. Address, Ridge 

Farm, lU.t 

HERBERT HENRY PILLINGER 
M.D.; b. D 4. 1884; s. Mary A. (Borvig) Pil- 
linger. Prepared in Austin H. S. Formerly lo- 
cated in Algonquin, 111.; in charge, Elgin Station. 
U. S. Pub. Health Serv., 1920. Capt., M. C, 
overseas, 1917-19, Maj.. M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem.. 
A. F. A. M., 32°, Shrine; B. P. O. E.; L. O. O. M.; 
lU. State Med. Soc; Kane Co. Med. Soc; A. M. 
A. Children: Donald, b. Mr 29. 1907; Mary 
Eleanor, b. F 14. 1910. Address, 14 Douglass 
Ave.. Elgin. lU. 

HARRY BLAINE PINKERTON 
M.D.; b. F 5, 1882, OrviUe. O. Prepared in 
Waterloo (la.) H. S. Chief Surg.. Pierce-Arrow 
Hosp.. Buffalo. N. Y. Mem., Presby. Church; 
A. F. A. M., Blue Lodge, K. T., 32°, Shrine; Am. 
Coll. of Surg. (Fellow). Married Edna Rowley, 
N 1, 1906, Rochester, N. Y. Child, Harry Blaine, 
Jr., b. Ag 27, 1913. Address, 597 Elmwood Ave.. 
Buffalo. N. Y. 

HENRY ROBERT PITZ 
Neurologist; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in Lewis 
Institute, Chicago. Specialist in Neurol., Detroit. 
Address. 47 E. High St.. Detroit; bus. add.. 65 
Grand Ave., do.t 

LEWIS JOHN POLLOCK 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 18. 1886. Moscow, Rus.; 
8. EUzabeth (Pirosh) Polloclf. Prepared in Lan- 
caster (Pa.) H. S., 1902. Asst. Prof., Nerv. 
Diseases. N. W. Univ. Med. Sch.; Consulting 
Neurol. Base Sec. 2 Fr.. Maj., M. C. U. S. A.. 
World War. Mem.. Chicago Neurol. Soc. (Ex- 
Pres.); Am. Neurol. Assn.; Chicago Institute of 
Med. Auth.: Articles in current Med. Literature. 
Married Katherine Percy, 1914, Galesburg. 111. 
Child, James Percy, b. Jl 26. 1915. Address. 
616 >Iichigan Ave.. Evanston. 111.; bus. add., 25 E. 
Washington St.. Chicago. 

*GEORGE SUMNER PROVINE 

Physician; M.D.; b. F 4. 1883, Macomb: s. 

Horing and Abby L. CRabb) Provine. Prepared 

in Macomb H. S. Alpha and Omega. Mem.. 

Presby. Church. Married Teresa Hardin. D 26, 



1914. Quincy. 111. Children: Dorothy L.. b. O 
29. 1915; Eleanor H.. b. Ag 14. 1917. 



Died F. 



RAY ETHELBERT PRYOR 

Phys. and Surg. ;M.D.;b. 1882. A. B, Ouachita 
Coll.. 1903. Formerly located in Camden. Ark. 
Address, Bartlesville. Okla.t 

EMIL ARTHUR RACH 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 31, 1879, Osceola, Wis.; 
s. John (b. F 9, 1830, Hertzec, Belgium) and Jose- 
phine (De Villie) Rach (b. S 1, 1841, do.). Pre- 
pared in Oshkosh State Norm. Sch. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Mem.. K. C. (Med. Examiner); Catholic 
Order of Forresters; Royal Arcanum. Married 
Mary E. Bovle, N 6, 1907, Chicago. Children: 
John L., b. Jl 2, 1909; Daniel J., b. O 26, 1910; 
Rosemary b. S 28, 1913; Jo.sephine. b. My 26, 
1915; Betty Jane, b. Je 11, 1916. Address. 7342 
Eberhart Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 3901 Wentworth 
Ave., do. 

ALFRED d'ALMEIDA REGO 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1870. Formerly 
located in St. Michael. Azores. Portugal; later at 
1165 Grand Ave., Chicago. t 

OSCAR REISS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 24 1883. Prepared in 
Englewood H. S. Phi Delta Epsilon. Specialist 
in Pediatrics. Address, 160 S. (jramcrcy PL, Los 
Angeles; bus. add., 602 Brochman Bldg.. do. 

MERTON HENRY RICE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Washburn (Wis.) H. S. Formerly located in Bar- 
ron. Wis.; Eagle River, do.; Cameron, do. Ad- 
dress, Gresham, Wis.t 

*EDWARD THOMAS RICKARD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1863. M.D., Cotner 
Univ., 1897. Gen. Med. practice. Weeping Water, 
Neb. Mem., A. M. A. Died in 1912. 



JOY RICKETTS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in 
Colo. State Agr. Coll.; Univ. of Colo., 1902-05. 
Phys., Peoria State Hosp., about 1912; later at 
the Northern Hosp., Elgin, 111; at one time lo- 
cated in Ft. Collins. Colo. J 

MILES DAVID RIDLE 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 14, 1874; s. M. D. (b. 
1849, Toulon, III.) and Florence (Guire) Ridle 
(b. 1851, do.). Prepared in Dallas Center (la.) 
H. S. and Drake Univ. B.S., Highland Park 
Coll., Des Moines, la. Located in Pleasantville. 
la., 1905-07; Sandyville, do., 1907-10; Shelby, 
Mont., 1910—. Capt., M. C, V. S. A., S 24-D 
22, 1918. Married Katharine Lowery, 1905, Des 
Moines, la. Children: Florence, b. 1906; Anna R., 
b. 1908; Raymond, b. 1912; Catharine, b. 1919. 
Address, Shelby, Mont. 

WILLIAM ALVAH RIDLEY 
Physician; M.D.; s. A. K. and Mary E. (Day) 
Ridley. Prepared in Clearwater (Minn.) H. S.; 
State Norm., St. Cloud, Minn.. 1907; Univ. of 
Minn., 1902-05. Phi Beta Pi. Phys., Houston, 
Tex. Address, 806 Turnbow Bldg., Houston, Tex. 

ANNA FRANCES RIES (FINLEY) 
M.D.; b. Ja 19, 1874, Indianapolis, Ind.; d. 
Sarah (Layton) Finley. Prepared in Springfield 
Norm. Sch., Springfield, Mo. Teacher, 1895-1903., 
Ogden, Ut., 1906-15, Bend, Ore., 1915—. Auth.: 
Infantile Hemorrhage. Mem., R. N. A.; O. E. S.; 
M. E. Church. Married M. F. Finley, 1911, Ogden, 
Ut. Address, Bend. Ore. 

FREDERICK W. RINKENBERGER 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1878. Attended Univ. of 
Ore., 1902-04. Formerly located in Tacoma, Wash. 
Mem.. A. M. A. Address, 1151 16th Ave., N.. 
Seattle; bus. add., Joshua Green. Bldg., do.t 



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CHARLES ELBERT ROBB 

Oculist and Aurist; M.D.; b. O 10, 1881, Rock 
Island, 111.; s. H. H. and Emma Robb. Prepared 
in H. S. Oculist and Aurist, Rock Island, 111. 
Lt., N. C, U. S. A. Married Mary Metz, S 11, 
1916. Address, 1925 9th Ave., Rock Island, 111.; 
bus. add., Central Trust Bldg., do. 

SAMUEL MARTIN ROBIN 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 22, 1883, Chicago; s. 
Louis (b. My 22, 1860) and Libbie (Mann) Robm 
(b. My 12, 1869, Ger.). Prepared in Joseph Medill 
H. S. and South Division H. S., Chicago. Ad- 
dress, 901 W. Roosevelt Road, Chicago. 

JOSEPH ROSE 
(Brother of Felix, '00) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 16, 1883, Green Bay, 
Wis. ;s. John B. (b. Ja22, 1841, Belgium) and Adele 
(Van den Plas) Rose (b. O 25, 1844, Belgium). 
Prepared in Green Bay, Wis. Located in Lena, 
Wis. Examiner for Draft Board, Oconto Co.; 
Assoc, mem.. Legal Advisory Board, do. Married 
Isabell M. Netzer, Je 16, 1914, Green Bay, Wis. 
Child, Joseph Warren, b. S 28, 1916. Address, 
Lena, Wis. 

LOUIS ROSE 
(Formerly Louis Rosenzweig) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 18, 1883; s. Isaac 
H. and Rose (Moses) Rosenzweig. Prepared in 
Lake H. S., 1898-99 and Chicago Athenaeum, 
1900-01. Instr., Minor Surg., Chicago Med. Sch.; 
Assoc, in Gynecol., do. Mem., Jewish Church; 
I O. O. F.; Ind. Order B'nai B'rith. 1st Lt., M. 
O. R. C, U. S. A. Address, 738 N. 79th St., 
Chicago; bus. add., 331 E. 47th St., do. 

GEORGE WILLIAM ROSS 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 6, 1883, Chicago; s. 
Thomas K. (b. S 24, 1833, Madisonville, O.) and 
Katherine (Thiese) Ross (b. Ja 26, 1843, Buffalo, 
N. Y.). Prepared in N. W. Div. H. S., Chicago. 
Grad. work, St. Marys Hosp., Chicago, 1906-7; 
Med. practice, Watseka, 111., 1907 — . 1st Lt., 
M. C, U. S. A., Je 1918-F 1919. Married Hen- 
rietta Lange, Ja 1, 1907, Chicago. Children: 
Henrietta K., b. Je 21, 1910; George W., Jr., b. 
Jl 19, 1915. Address, Watseka, 111. 

ROBERT MALCOLM ROSS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; A.B. in Sc, 1905; b. 
F 3, "1877, Lewistown, 111.; s. Alexander Douglas 
(b. Aberdeen, Scotland) and Ellen (Prichard) 
Ross (b. Liverpool, 111.). Prepared in Univ. Acad. 
Mem., Stud. Vol. Movement for Foreign Missions, 
1900; Pres., Y. M. C. A. Med. Missionary under 
Presby. Bd. to Canton, China. At one time 
located in Artesia, N. M. Married Nellie Lewis 
Read (A.B. in L. & A., '01), 1906, China. Child, 
Donald, b. S 9, 1910. Address, 4057 Dalton Ave., 
Los Angeles, or Nanking, China. 

JOHN FREDERICK WILKEN ROST 
(Husband of Adela L.C. Peine,'07, A.B. in L. & A.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 1, 1882, Petersburg, 
111.; s. G. T. (b. Ja 21, 1852, Ger.) and A .Margaret 
(Wilken) Rost (b. D 13, 1857, do.). Prepared in 
Petersburg H. S. Alpha Omega Alpha; Sr. Class 
treas. Phys., Minier, 111., Ag 23, 1906—. 1st 
Lt., M. R. C, U. S. A., Camp Upton Base Hosp., 
N. Y., Ag 7, 1918-N 9, 1918; Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Post Hosp. Army Supply Base, N 12, 1918-My 19, 
1919; Camp Merritt, N. J. Base Hosp., My 19- 
Jl 13, 1919; Discharged Hoboken, N. J., Jl 15, 
1919. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Tazewell Co. Med. Soc. Married Adela L. C. 
Peine, ('07, L. &. A.), Je 14, 1911, Minier, 111. 
Children: Mary Adela, b. My 13, 1912; Ada Mar- 
garet, b. O 8, 1916. Address, Minier, 111. 

ANTHONY KAZIS RUTKAUSKAS 

Physician; M.D.; b. Je 26, 1872, Kalvaria, 

Lithuania; s. Boniface and Alena (Bendavavicius) 



Rutkauskas. Prepared in Gymnasium Sch., Mar- 
iampol, Lithuania. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago; 
formerly at 3457 S, West. Blvd., do. Served in 
Spanisti-Am. War, with Co. B. and Co. 90 Coast 
Artillery, U. S. A.; Co. C. 15th Reg., U. S. Inf., 
, Je 1895-98. Mem.. A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 
Lithuanian R. C. Alliance of Am. Married Juze 
Olechnovich, O 31, 1914, Chicago. Children: 
Antanas Kazis, b. Ag 19, 1915; Biruta Juze, b. 
Ap 23, 1917; Aldona Alexandra, b. Ag 20, 1919. 
Address, 2444 W. 46th Place, Chicago. 

♦RICHARD SIGMUND HAU SALOMON 
M.D.; b. 1885. Mem., 111. State Med. Soc. 
Died Ja 6, 1913. 

NELS O. SANDVEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
St. Olaf Coll., Northfield, Minn.; la. State Univ., 
Coll. of Med., 2 yrs. Formerly of Ames, la., and 
Park River, N. Dak.; located in Willmar, Minn., 
about 1917. Mem., N. Dak. State Med. Assn. 
Address, Paynesville, Minn.f 

CHARLES FRANK SCHAFFARZICK 
Phonograph Jobber; M.D.; Ph.G., '01; b. Je 
19, 1879, Jefferson, Wis.; s. Frank (b. Je 3, 1855, 
do.) and Caroline (Reihl) Schaffarzick (b. O 12, 
1855, Milwaukee). Prepared in Jefferson, Wis. 
Alpha Omega Alpha. Gen. Med. practice. Lake 
Mills, Wis., 1906-09; Drug., Livingston, Mont., 
and White Sulphur Springs, do., 1909-12; Jobber, 
Columbia Grafonolas and The Dictaphone, Den- 
ver, Colo., 1912-17; do., Spokane, 1917—. Mar- 
ried Irene Spencer, Je 18, 1914, Helena, Mont. 
Address, W. 503 13th Ave., Spokane; bus. add., 
S. 161 Post Street, do. 

LAWRENCE MAURICE SCHMIDT 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ap 6, 1883, Waltham, Mass.; 
s. Robert M. and Catharine (Wright) Schmidt. 
Prepared in Catskill (N. Y.) H. S., 1900; Naval 
Med. Sch., 1909. Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Beta 
Pi. Intern, Cook Co. Hosp., 1906-07; Med. Off., 
U. S. N., 1907—; Surg. Lt. Commander, U. S. 
N.; operating surgeon, U. S. S. Mercy, 1921 — . 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; Am. Coll. of 
Surg. (Fellow, 1917). Married Alice Beecham, 
Ag 22, 1908, Chicago. Children: AHce Lorraine, 
b. F 7, 1911; Kathleen Adele, b. Jl 16, 1913; 
Helen Leslie, b. Ag 10, 1916. Address, 917 Leckie 
St., Portsmouth, Va. 

GEORGE HENRY SCHROEDER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1885. Prepared in 

Palatine H. S.; Jenner Med. Coll., 1902-04. M. 

R. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. M. A. Address, 743 

N. Elmwood Ave., Oak Park, Ill.t 

• MARY SCHWARTZ (NEWMAN) 
M.D.; b. Je 26, 1884, Aus.; d. Moritz (b. D 
1861, do.) and Bertha (Solomon) Schwartz (b. 
My 1, 1866, do.). Prepared in Joseph Medill H. 
S. Alpha Epsilon Iota. Located in Chicago, 
1906-08; Practicing Phys. and Inspector of Baby 
Health Stations, Dept. of Health, Brooklyn, N. 
Y., 1908—. Mem., Brooklyn Pediatric Soc; East 
N. Y. Med. Soc. Married Morris Newman, Ag 
30, 1908, Chicago. Children: Frances, b. Jl 6, 
1909 (died S 1, 1909); Herbert, b. Je 11, 1911; 
Merton, b. Mr 14, 1913 (died Ja 27, 1914). Ad- 
dress, 1467 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

REINHARD FREDRICK SCHWARTZ 
Physician; M.D.; b. O 29, 1882, Clinton Co., 
la.; s. W. J. Schartz. Prepared in Lyons H. S. 
Mem., Chnton Co. Med. Soc. Address, Charlotte, 
la. 

*HEBER J. SEARS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1861. Prepared in 
Ogden (Ut.) H. S.; Rush Med. Coll., 1896-97. 
M.D., Harvey Med. Coll., 1905. Formerly at 29 
N. 5th Ave., Chicago. Deceased. 



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WILLIAM V. SECKER 
Physician; M.D.: b. N 30, 1S77, Elmhurst, III.; 
s. Mathias and Mary (Phiefcr) Seeker. Prepared 
in W'heaton H. S. Located in Evanston, 111., 
1906-09; ChampaiKn. 1909—. Mem., Catholic 
Church; K. C; B. P. O. E.; Catholic Kninht-s of 
Am. Married Gertrvide Murphy, O 2(>, 1910, 
Peoria, 111. Children: Rosemary, b. My 9, 1914; 
Eleanor, b. Mr Hi, 1916; Margaret, b. Ap 17, 1919. 
Address, 806 S. Elm St., Champaign; bus. add.. 
Citizens State Bank, do. 

♦EDWARD GERALD SEPPLE 
Phvs. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1874. Prepared in 
La Salle Institute, Chicago, 1890. M.D., Dear- 
born Med. Coll., 1904. Ex-Intern, St. Bernards 
Hosp.. Chicago. M. R. C, U. S. A. Mem., 
Chicago Med. Soc. Died O 19, 1921, Chicago. 

FRANK LESLIE SHARRER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1885. Attended 
Keokuk Med. Coll., 1 yr. Formerly of Frances- 
ville, Ind. Mem., A. M. A.; Ind. State Med. 
Assn. Address, 91 E. Main St., Benton Harbor, 
Mich.t 

HARGUS GERALD SHELLY 
Physician; M.D.; b. N 18, 1881, Mulvane, Kan.; 
s. S.'T. and Callie (Stone) Shelly. Prepared in 
Lewis Acad., Wichita, Kan. Capt., Med. Corps, 
Evacuation Hosp., 37, A. E. F., S 8, 191S-My 4, 
1919. Mem., A. F. A. M.; Am. Legion; Sumner 
Co. Med. Soc; Kan. Med. Soc. Married Bessie 
M. Nessly, Je 27, 1906. Children: Geraldine 
Nessly, b. 1910; Thomas Leo, b. 1912. Address, 
Mulvane, Kan. 

W. BERT SIDERS 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 1, 1875; s. Samuel (b. 
South Bend, Ind.) and Hannah (Bright) Siders 
(b. do..) Prepared in New Carlisle (Ind.) H. S.; 
Univ. of Ind., 2 yrs. Located in Millersburg, 
Ind., 9 yrs.; Warsaw, do., 6 yrs. Advisory Bd., 
Kosciusko Co., Ind., World War. Married Ag 

26, 1905, Chicago; Child, Lawrence Le Verne, 
b. Ag 26, 1906. Address, 507 S. Union St., War- 
saw, Ind.; bus. add., 106H E. Market St., do. 

JAY CLAUDE SIMMONS 
Specialist; M.D.; b. N 5, 1878; s. S. S. and Nancy 
E. (Bond) Simmons. Prepared in La Harpe H. 
S.; 111. State Norm. Univ. Specialist, Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat. Chief Med. Examiner, Ex- 
emption Bd. 2, Fulton Co., 111. Mem., A. F. A. 
^I., Shrine. Slarried Hattie Hoover Smith, N 

27, 1902, Peoria, 111. (died F 11, 1915); Rachel 
Cottron, S 27, 1916, Fairview, 111. Children: 
Richard Gordon, b. Je 19, 1905; Margaret Ann, 
b. Ap 24, 1918. Address, Norris, 111. 

CHARLES KENNETH SMITH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 
Kankakee H. S. Specialist in Roentgenol. Ad- 
dress, 8.59 S. Chicago Ave., Kankakee, 111.; bus. 
add.. City Nat. Bank Bldg., do.-f 

♦HARVEY Le ROY SMITH 

Phys. and Surg.: M.D.; b. 1872. A.B., Austin 

Coll., Effingham, III.. 1899. Formerly located in 

Sadorus, 111.; Gen. Med. practice, Ivesdale, do. 

Died Ja 7, 1914. Chicago. 

WILLIAM LESTER SMITH 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 1, 1883, Toledo. 
111.; 8. Rufus Henry (b. Guilford, O.) and Mary 
Lizzie (Brewer) Smith (b. Greenup, 111.). Pre- 
pared in Toledo H. S. A.B,, Austin Coll., Effing- 
ham, 111., 1901. Phi Beta Pi; Fresh, class V. P.; 
Soph. Class pres. Phys. and Surg., Toledo, 111 , 
Ja 1906-Jl 1917; Acting .Vsst. Surg., U. S. Pub. 
Healtn Serv., Ap 15, 1919; As.st., do.. My 1, 1919; 
Surg., do., O 1, 1919—. Ist Lt., M. R. C. U. S. 
A.. My 28. 1917; Active duty, Jl 7, 1917-F 9, 1919; 
Landed in Fr..S8. 1917; Capt.. D26, 1917; Award- 



ed British Mil. Cross for gallantry in action, Oct. 
31, 1918. Mem., Coles-Cumberland Co. Med. 
Soc; Aescuhtpian Soc. of Wabash Valley; 111. 
State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Married D 26, 1906. 
Children: Richard Henry, b. Ag 17, 1909; Marjorie 
Jane, b. Ja 31, 1913. Address, U. S. Pub. Health 
Service Custom House, Norfolk^ Va. 

ALFRED RENHARDT SORENSON 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1881. A.B., Luther 
Coll.. Decorah, la., 1902. Formerly of Harmony. 
Minn.; later at Barton, N. Dak. Mem., A. M. 
A. Address, Rugby, N. Dak.f 

ALPHONSO PERRY STANDARD 
Surgeon; M.D.; A.B. in Sc, 1905; b. Mr 13. 
1881, Lewistown, 111.; s. Perry J. (b. Mr 14, 1851, 
111.) and Anna (Coddner) Standard (b. Je 20. 
1852, do.). Prepared in Lewistown H. S. Alpha 
Kappa Kappa; Capt., Univ. Reg. Intern, Chi- 
cago Lying-in-Hosp.; do., Madison Gen. Hosp.; 
Attending Surg. Graham Hosp., Canton, 111., 
1910-14; do., St. Francis Hosp., 1914-19; Surg, in 
Chief, do., 1919—. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State 
Med. Soc; McDonough Co. Med. Soc; A. F. A. 
M.; B. P. O. E.; Rotary Club. Married Lula 
Standard, D 31. 1907, Watertown, Wis. Children : 
William Perry, b. Ag 5, 1908; Dorothy Anna, b. 
Ja 10, 1912. Address, 506 E. Carroll St., Macomb, 
111. 



FREDERICK WARNER STEVENS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 9, 1873, Mendota, III.; 
s. Henry Clay (b. N 19, 1841, Kennet Square, Pa.) 
and Ellen Rosalia Warner (b. Ag 11, 1851). Pre- 
pared in Mendota H. S. Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Gen. Med. practice, 84 6th Ave., La Grange, 111.; 
Health Officer, do., 1915—. Mem., Emmanuel 
Epis. Church; A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; 
Chicago Med. Soc; Am. Pub. Health Assn. Mar- 
ried Helen Slocombe, Mr 20, 1907, Chicago. Ad- 
dress, 84 6th 4ve., La Grange, 111.; bus. add., 14 
S. 5th Ave., do. 

ANDREW WILLIS STEVENSON 
M.D.; b. Jl 26, 1882, Albert Lea, Minn. Pre- 
pared in Albert Lea Pub. Schs. Advisory Bd., 
World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. O. E.; 
I. O. O. F. Address, 307-08 U. S. Nat. Bank Bldg. , 
Vancouver. Wash. 

ALFRED JESSE STEWART 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 22, 1868, Maquoketa, 
la.; s. W. N. and Clementine (Spence) Stewart. 
Prepared in Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chicago. 
Gen. Med. practice, Mitchell, Neb. Mem., Congr. 
Church; A. F. A. M., 32°. Married Harriet Piatt. 
Je 6, 1906. Address, Mitchell, Neb. 

FRENCH F. STONE 
M.D.; b. F 28, 1879, Little Rock, Ark.; s. Ellen 
(Palmer) Stone. Prepared in Philander Smith 
Coll., Little Rock, Ark. Formerly located at 
Temple, Tex. Mem., K. P.; A. F. A. M.; M. W. 
A.; U. B. of F. Married Cleothilde C. Cabrere. 
Je 21, 1911, New Orleans, La Children: T. 
Marie, b. Je 13, 1912; French F., Jr., b. Je 13, 1913; 
Retta Cabrere; Edythe Augusta; Fred Vendall. 
Address, 1802 Dowling St., Houston, Tex.; bus. 
add., 4193^ Milan St., do. 

GERHARDUS J. STUART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 22, 1878, The 
Netherlands; s. Albert (b. The Netherlands) and 
Gezina (Wiechers) Stuart (b. do.). Prepared in 
Orange City, la., and N. W. Classical Acad., 
Orange City, la., 1896-99. A.B., Hope Coll., Hol- 
land, Mich., 1903; A.M., do., 1906. Cosmopolitan. 
Grad work in Psychiatry, Free Univ., Amsterdam. 
Phys., Chicago, 1900-11; Cour.se of study; 1911-12; 
Supt.. Christian P.sychopathic Ho.sp., My 11. 
1912 — . Married Sabrina Buys, S 28, 1911. 
Child. Florence, b. S 25, 1912. Address, 231 
Charles Ave., S. E., Grand Rapids. Mich. 



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KATHERINE CECIL STULL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Neb. State Norm. Sch., 1898-1900-; Omaha Med. 
Coll., 1902-03. Formerly of Auburn, Neb.; lo- 
cated at Colfax, Ja., about 1909; Geneva, 111., 
1912. Address, Billings, Mont.t 

WILLIAM EBEN SUNDERLAND 

Surgeon; M.D.; b. 1875. B.S.. Ohio Norm. 

Univ., 1902. Formerly of Cavett, O. Mem., 

A. M. A. Address, 502 Benton St., Denver; 6ms. 

add.. Central Savings Bank Bldg., do.t 

ROBERT NORRIS SWINDLE 
M.D.; b. 1883, la.; s. A. and Lucy (Norris) 
Swindle. Prepared in Drake Univ. Alpha Kappa 
Kappa. Married Nancy Bergendorff, S 1, 1908, 
Chicago. Child, Marion L., b. F 17, 1914. Ad- 
dress, 11408 Prairie Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 358 

E. 115th St., do. 

ALOYSIUS SZOPINSKI 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Ger. Gymnasium Sch.; 111. Med. Coll., 2 yrs. 
Mem., Chicago Med. Soc; A. M. A. Address, 
3741 W. 66th Place, Chicago; bus. add., 3217 S. 
Morgan St., do. 

FRANK JOHN THEOBALD 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 30, 1882; s. John 
and Anna (Emmerich) Theobald. Prepared in 
St. Josephs Coll., Collegeville, Ind. Mem., M. 
W. A.; Catholic Church. Married Irene M. 
Hoffman, S 30, 1908. Children: Frances, b. Ja 
2, 1909; John C, b. Ja 2, 1910. Address, Gary 
Station, 111. 

HARRY V. THOMAS 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 2 1883, Marshall 111.; 
s. Ora Francis (b. Ap 16, 1855, Peoria) and Ida 
Belle (Steckel) Thomas (b. Ag 23, f858, Princeton, 
111.). Prepared in Chillicothe H. S. Gen. Med. 
practice, Chillicothe, 111., 1906-1909; Oklahoma 
City, Okla., 1909-1911; Chillicothe, 1911—. Mar- 
ried Jane Neff, O 15, 1911, Kansas City, Mo. 
Address, 521 N. 6th St., Chillicothe, 111.; bus. add., 
163 N. 2nd St., do. 

ORRIS MARTIN THOMPSON 
M.D.; b. Jl 29, 1878, Ellsworth, 111.; s. Milton 
and Sadie (Smith) Thompson. Prepared in 111. 
Wesleyan Univ. Located in Downs, Ellsworth 
and LeRoy, 111. Army Serv., World War, 9 mos. 
Mem., A. F. A. M.; I. O. O. F. Married Clara 
Buckles, Ja 20, 1909 (died Ap 16, 1919;) Rosella 
Polk, Je 12, 1920. Child, Gerald, b. D 24, 1915. 
Address, LeRoy, 111. 

C. HOMER TILLOTSON 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 18, 1881, Pennyan, 
N. Y.; s. Halina L. (Kefney) Tillotson. Prepared 
in West Div. H. S., Chicago. Phi Rho Sigma. 
Army Serv., 1918. Mem., A. F. A. M.; B. P. 
O. E. Married Elizabeth Nicholson. Children: 
John H., b. Mr 11, 1911; Charles, b. Jl 3, 1913. 
Address, Hot Springs, Ark. 

FRANK MARSHALL TROUT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. Prepared in 
Crete (Neb.) H. S.; Doane Coll., do., 2 yrs. M.D., 
Bennett Med. Coll., 1905. Retired from active 
practice. Formerly at Federal Bldg., Los Angeles. 
M. R. C, U. S. A. Address, Cassell, Calif.f 

J. HOWARD VAN NESS 

M.D.; b. S 12, 1872, Decatur, Mich.; s. George 

J. and Martha Jane (Starr) Van Ness. Prepared 

in Hartford, (Mich.) H. S. Located in Chicago 

and Allegan, Mich. Mem., Congr. Church; A. 

F. A. M., 32°, K. T., Shrine; I. O. O. F. Married 
Laura D. Calkins, S 6, 1913. Children: Christine; 
George; Sidney. Address, 228 Trowbridge St., 
Allegan, Mich. 



NOBLE VAN ZANT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. My 25, 1882, Hills- 
boro, O. ; s. Z. N. and Mary (Ballentine) Van Zant. 
Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Martha Grace 
Weaver, My 25, 1904. Children: Frank, b. Jl 
27, 1905; Evelyn G., b. N 18, 1907; Helen G., b. 
My 22, 1909; Ralph M., b. S 27, 1914. Address, 
Grant Park, 111. 



FREDRICK JOHANNES WAQNER 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ja 15, 1883, Chicago; s. 
Charles (b. Ap 4, 1855, Ger.) and Sophie (Segge- 
busch) Wagner (b. F 2, 1859, Crete, 111.) N. W. 
Univ., 1900-01. Phys., Paxico, Kan., 1907-09; 
do., McFarland, Kan., 1909 — . Married Mabel 
C. Wagner, Ag 4, 1909. Children: Vern, b. My 
3, 1911; Nyla F., b. O 4, 1913. Address, McFar- 
land, Kan. 



WILLIAM ALEXANDER WALTERS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. B.S., Univ. of 
Wis., 1903. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist; 
formerly of Billings, Mont.; later at Alhambra, 
Calif. Mem., A. M. A.; Med. Assn. of Mont. 
Address, 2301 S. Grammercy Place, Los Angeles; 
bus. add., Broadway Central Bldg., do.f 



RACHEL A. WATKINS (LONG) 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. O 6, 1878, Numidia, 
Pa.; d. Edward (b. 1844, Pa.) and Martha P. 
(Myers) Watkins (b. 1846, do.). Prepared in 
Cambridge H. S., Lincoln Norm. Univ. and Knox 
Co. Norm. Sch. Nu Sigma Phi. Pub. sch. teacher 
since fifteen yrs. of age until entering Med. Coll.; 
Postgrad, course in Europe, 1914; Asst. Prof., 
Neurology, Coll. of Med., 1914-16; Phys., Nervous 
and Mental Diseases; Pub. Health Officer; City 
Phys., Holdrege, Neb.; Acting Asst. Supt. and 
Acting Chief of Staff, Peoria State Hosp., 1906-11; 
Phys., Belleview Sanitarium, 1906; Speaker for 
U. S. Food Administration, 1915-16; Lecturer, 
Personal Hygiene and Pub. Sanitation, Am. Red 
Cross, 1915-18; Special Agt. for U. S. Immigration 
Bureau, 1911. Experimented with corn products 
on patients to ascertain -that spoiled corn is not 
cause of Pellagra; Transmission of goitre from one 
dog to another; Research work on goitre, Switzer- 
land, 1914. Commandant of Am. Red Cross Aux. 
Corps.; Dean of Med., Nat. Service Sch., Washing- 
ton, D. C; Lt. Col., Womans Naval Service, 1918. 
Auth.: Several short articles on Travel in Europe, 
on Goitre, and on Personal Hygiene. Mem., A. 
M. A., 1906—; 111. State Med. Soc, 1914—; 
Chicago Med. Soc, 1914—; Med.Womans Club of 
Chicago. , (Sec, 1914-);Neb. State Med. Soc, 1918— ; 
Royal Neighbors, Eastern Star; Rebecca Lodge; 
Delphian Soc, 1919 — ■; Pres. of Epworth League, 
M. E. Church; Womans Club, Anti-Saloon League. 
Married Charles Andrew Long, Ag 8, 1918, Omaha, 
Neb. Address, Holdrege, Neb. 

WILLIAM BUTLER WEST 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1876. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute, Chicago. Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Specialist, Chicago; Asst. Oculist and Aur- 
ist, Univ. Hosp., do.; Instr., Ophthalmol, and Otol., 
Coll. of Med., 1908-10; Asst., CUn. Ophthalmol., 
do., 1910-16. Mem., 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. 
A. Address. 4230 W. 25th Place, Chicago; bus. 
add., 25 E. Washington St., do.f 

FREDERICK WILLIAM WICHMAN 
(Brother of Henry Thomas, '03) 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 29, 1909; s. John H. 
(b. Ag 1, 1845, Ger.) and Catherine Wichman 
(b. Jl 11, 1847, do.). Prepared in Lake View H. 
S., Chicago; Harvey Med. Coll.. do., 1901-03; 
Dearborn Med. Coll., do., 1903-05. Located in 
Seattle, 1907-09; Bucoda, Tono, and Tenino, do., 
since 1909, with exception of a year at Aberdeen 
(191.3-14). Served in U. S. Navy, Spanish-Am. 
War, 1898; U. S. Army, Phillipine Insurrection, 



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1S99-1901; World War, 1917-19. Married Alma 
Marie Bergman, Jl 2, 1908, Seattle. Children: 
Lyda Jane, b. Jl S, 19U; John Wilfred, b. Ap 11, 
1916. Address, Tenino, Wash. 

ALBERT MICHAEL WICKSTROM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 15, 1872; s. Johan 
(b. Je 30, 1847, Wasa, Fin.) and Brita Lisa (West) 
Wickstrom (b. Je 2, 1844, Oravais, Fin.). Pre- 
pared in Lewis Inst., Chicago. Phys. and Surg., 
Chicago. 1906-13; Postgrad, work, Univ. of Vienna, 
1913-14; Phys. and Surg., Chicago, 1914-15. Mem. 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc; A. M. 
A., 1906 — : Finnish Baptist Mission Union of Am. 
(Pres. 1907-12). Married Emma R. Maki. Je 
10, 1908, Chicago. Address, 4147 N. Mansfield 
Ave., Chicago. 

FRANK PAUL WINKLER 
M.D.; b. Je 24, 1882, Ida Grove, la.; s. William 
and Caroline (Rudloff) Winkler. Prepared in 
Charles City Coll., Charles Citv, la., and Univ. 
of S Dak., Vermillion, S. Dak. S'igma Phi Epsilon. 
Located at Scotland, S. Dak., 1906-09; Bryant, 
S. Dak., 1909-1911; Sibley, la., 1911—; Surg., 
Chicago Rock Island, Chicago St. Paul, Minne- 
apolis and Omaha Railroads. 1st Lt., M. C, Ft. 
Riley, Rochester, Camp Grant, World War. Auth. : 
Tubercular-peritonitis, American Railway Journal. 
Mem., A. F.' A. M., Consistory, Shrine; N. W. 
la. Med. Soc; A. M. A.; la. State Med. Soc; 
Tri-State Med. Soc; Osceola Co. Med. Soc. Mar- 
ried Marjorie Benjamin, Ja 1, 1916. Address, 
First Trust and Savings Bank Bldg., Sibley, la. 

♦RICHARD FREDERICK WINSOR 

M.D.; b. 1881. Mem., Staff of the Peoria State 

Hosp., S. Bartonville, 111., 1907-12; Instr., Pathol., 

Creighton Med. Coll. Mem., A. M. A. Died N 

21. 1916, Omaha, Neb. 

WILLIAM WALTER WOOD 
Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 28, 1880; s. Jas. Mal- 
colm (b. Ag 26, 1840, Isle of Aaron, Scotland) and 
Janet (AUen) Wood (b. Mr 2, 1841, Fifeshire, 
Scotland). Prepared in Crane Man. Tr. H. S., 
Chicago. Phi Rho Sigma. Located at Lake- 
side Hosp., Chicago, 1906-07; Jasper, Minn., 
1908-09; Jamestown, N. Dak., 1909—. Married 
O 16, 1909, Flandreau, S. Dak. Children: Wm. 
Walter, Jr., b. Ag 4, 1912; Robert Allan, b. Ap 

7, 1920. Address, Jamestown, N. Dak. 

MAURICE WELCH WOODHULL 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 16. 1878, Smyrna, Del.; 

8. Francis and Phoebe E. (Doxsee) Woodhull. 



Prepared in Washburn Acad., Topeka, Kan Lo- 
cated in Niles, Kan., 1906-12; Cottonwood Falls.. 
do., 1912 — , Married Edna Lee, Ja 1, 1907 
Topeka, Kan. Children: Maurice Lee, b N 19 
1908; Jessie Alilah, b. Ja IS, 1910; Flora Ellen' 
b. D 19. 1912; Helen Lucile, b. Ap 6, 1918. Ad- 
dress, Cottonwood Falls, Kan. 

GEORGE W. WOODNICK 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Ag 24, 1876, Birmingham, 
Eng.; s. Fanny (Sumster) Woodnick. Prepared 
m H. S., London, Eng. Curator, Coll. of Med , 
1904-06; Chief Surg, and Med. Examiner, B. & O., 
Chicago Terminal R. R. Co., 1906-10; Instr , 
Chn. Ophthalmol., Coll. of Med., 1913-16; Asst. 
Surg., 111. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary 
1913-17; Surg, in Charge, Eye Clinic, U. S. Pub 
Health Hosp. No. 30, 47th and Drexel Blvd 
Chicago, Mr 1920— . Maj., M. C, U. S. A 2 yrs 
9 mos.. World War. Auth.: Malingering in Rail- 
road Accidents, Railroad Jour., 1908. Mem A 
F A. M.; K. P.; A. M. A.; 111. Med. Soc; Chicago 
Med. Soc Married Susan Davis, 1905, Chicago 
Children: Mildred; Arthur; Dorothy. Address, 
1025 S. Sacramento Blvd., Chicago; bus add 
31 N. State St., do. 

BERT LESLIE TAYLOR WOODS 
M.D.; b. N 30, 1882, Chicago. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute, Chicago. Nu Sigrna Nu. Asst , 
Clin. Surg., Coll. of Med., 1910-12; Instr., Opera- 
tive Surg., and Asst., Clin. Surg., do., 1912-14. 
Mem., A. F. A. M., Shrine. Married Edna Peril 
Swissler. Address, 334 S. Hamlin Ave., Chicago- 
bus. add., 24 N. Wabash Ave., 3459 Flournoy, do'. 

GILBERT HAVEN WYNEKOOP 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. O 20, 1879, Wolcott, Ind.; 
s. William and Helen (Haynes) Wynekoop. Pre- 
pared in John Marshall H. S. B.S., N. W. Univ. 
Delta Upsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. Gen. Surg, prac- 
tice, Chicago; Surg., Sec. and Trcas., Lake View 
Hosp., do.; Instr., Surg., Lake View Hosp. Train- 
ing Sch. for Nurses. Instr., Histol., Biol and 
Embryol., Coll. of Med., 1908-10. Surg., Med. 
Advisory Bd., 3 B, World War. Mem., A. F. 
A. M.; Chicago Assn. of Commerce; Am. Coll. 
Surg. (Fellow). Married Lucile Megobon, N 20. 
1913. Child, Gipsey Lucine, b. S 14, 1914. Ad- 
dress, 4500 Sheridan Road, Chicago. 

REBECCA MIRIAM YAMPOLSKY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Lewis Institute, Chicago. Gen. Med. practice. 
Address, 3318 Douglas Blvd., Chicago; 6ms. add , 
1001 S. Ashland Blvd., do.i 



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ADOLPH OSCAR AAKER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.I>; b. 1878. Prepared in 
Luther Coll.. Decorah. la. Formerly located in 
Ridgeway, la. Mem., A. M. A. Adidress, Velva. 
N. Dak.t 



♦JOHN AIMONE 

M.D.; b. 1881. Prepared in Jefferson H. S.; 
Pb.G., Valparaiso Univ., 1902. Formerly of 
Toluca, 111.; Granville, do. Mem., A. M. A. 
Died O 4, 1918. 



DAVID ALEXANDER 

Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 17, 1865, Wellington 
Co., Ont.. Can.; s. David (b. 1826, Paisley, Scot- 
land) and Christian (Gral am) Alexander (b. 1826. 
Perth.shire, do.). Prepared in Central Inst., Chi- 
cago. Demonstrator, Anat., Dearborn Med. Goll., 
Chicago. 1907; Intern, Evangelical Deaconess 
Hosp., do., 1908; Aaaoc. Phys., Chicago Munici- 



pal Tuberculosis Sanitarium, N 16, 1911-Ap 11, 
1913; Asst. in Dept. of Tuberculosis, Post Grad. 
Hosp., Chicago, 1912-13; Demonstrator, Bacteriol. 
and Pathol., Coll. of Dent., 1909-10; Adjunct 
Prof., Bacteriol. and Pathol., do., 1910-12; Instr., 
Orthopedic Surg., Coll. of Med., S 1, 1913-16; 
Phys., Chicago, 1907—. U. S. A., Fort Sheridan. 
111., S 20, 1915. Address, 5859 S. State St., Chicago. 



CHARLES NEWTON ALLISON 

Physician; M.D.; b. Ap 21, 1881, Good Hope, 
111.; 8. Henry Austin (b. F 1848, 111.) and Mary 
Jane (Campbell) Allison (b. 111.). Prepared in 
Good Hope H.S.; Knox Coll.; Univ. of Chicago. 
Phi Beta Pi. Phys., Chicago Baptist Hosp., 
1907-08; Gen. Med. practice. Canton, 111., 1909; 
Health Commissioner, do., 1906-07. Mem., A. 
M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Fulton Co. Med. Soc. 
(Pres., 1915-16), Canton Physicians Club. Mar- 
ried Mary Fern Barnes, My 1, 1909, Paulding, O. 
Child, Ruth, b. N 22, 1918. Address, 469 N. 
Main St., Canton 111., bus. add., 44 N. Main St., do. 



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FRANK GODFREY ANDREEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 19, 1882. Woodhull, 
111.; s. A. G. (b. Sweden) and Hannah (Jacobson) 
Andreen (b. do.). Prepared in Woodhull H. S. 
and Lake Forest Acad. A.B., Lombard Coll., 
1904. Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. Phys. 
and Surg., Orion,' 111. Married Leona Cooper, 
Je 1910, Galesburg, 111. Child, John Hart, b. 
Mr 29, 1918. Address, Orion, 111. 

MOTT HUNTON ARNOLD 
M.D.; b. S 30, 1883, Oblong, 111.; s. Brezelius 
Mitchell and Mary Catherine (Baker) Arnold. 
Prepared in Robinson H. S. Phi Rho Sigma. 
Located in Billings, Mont., 1916; San Diego, 
Calif., 1916—. Married Grace Chapman, S 16, 

1908, Sigel, 111. Children: James Chapman, b. 
Ag 12, 1909; Kathleen, b. Ag 8, 1912; Mott Jr., 
b. Mr 1, 1914. Address, 3162 Front St., San 
Diego, Calif.; bus. add., 1220-21 Nat. Bank Bldg., 
do. 

ELMER DAVID AUGSPURGER 
M.D.; b. S 20, 1880; B.S., la. State Coll. Class 
Honors, Coll., of Med. Mem., A. F. A. M., 32°. 
Married Ja 2, 1907. Address, Menno, S. Dak. 

ARTHUR SIMON BACHMANN 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884. Prepared in 

Decatur H.S. Formerly located in Decatur, 111. 

Address, 6538 S. Green St., Chicago; bus. add., 

1426 Milwaukee Ave., do.f 

ELIZABETH BROWNING BALL 
Physician; M.D.; b. Jl 11, 1882, Quincy, 111., 
d. Nicholas and Jane F. Ball. Nu Sigma Phi; 
Gen. Med. practice; Staff, Blessing Hosp., Quincy; 
111. Auth.: Normal Obstetrics, 111. State Med. 
Jour., 1910. Mem., A. M. A.; 111. State Med. 
See; Adams Co. Med. Soc. (Sec). Address, 648 
Ohio St., Quincy, 111. 

CHARLES ANSON BALLARD 
M.D.; b. S 2, 1882; s. J. W. and Ella (Milroy), 
Ballard. Prepared in Logansport (Ind.) H.S.; 
Ind. Univ. Phi Rho Sigma; Sigma Chi. 1st 
Lt., U. S. A.; Gen. Hosp., 3, O 28, 1918-D 6, 1919. 
Mem., 111. State Med. Soc. Married Nina Douglas, 

1909. Child, C. D., b., 1910. Address, 32d}4 
Market St., Logansport, Ind. 

ERIC KLINE BARTHOLOMEW 

M.D.; b. My 10, 1881, Wabash, Ind.; s. Henry 
James (b. Lima, O.) and Effie (Kline) Bartholo- 
mew (b. Ft. Wayne, Ind.). Prepared in Ottawa 
(O.) H. S. Phi Rho Sigma. Capt., M. C, U. S. 
A., Mr 1918-Ja 23, 1919; served in Base Hosps. 
at Camp Bowie, Tex. and Camp Dodge, la.; 
British Mil. Hosp., Colchester, Eng.; Base Hosp. 
11, Nantes, France. Married Je 10, 1913. Child, 
Betty Jane, b. Je 10, 1917. Address, 3101 Palmer 
Sq., Chicago; bus. add., 2600 Division St., do. 

WILL OTTO BELL 
Oculist and Aurist; M.D.; b. Jl 17, 1876, Anoka, 
Minn.; s. Henry Young and Agnes M. (Day) 
Bell. Prepared in Shattuck Sch., Faribault, Minn.; 
Univ. of Minn., 1897-98, Univ. of Washington, 
1898-99; Chicago Homeopathic Med. Coll., 1901- 
04; Hahnemann Med. Coll., 1904-05. Beta Theta 
Pi. Stud., Univ. of Vienna; Royal London Oph- 
thalmic Hosp.; Royal Westminster Hosp., London; 
New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, N. Y. Oculist 
and Aurist, Seattle; Consulting Ophthalmologist, 
U. S. Pub. Health Serv., 1918-19. Mem., King 
Co. Med. Soc, 1905; A. M. A., do.; Puget Sound 
Academy of Ophthalmol, and Laryngol., 1913; 
Pacific Coast Oto-Ophthalmol. Soc, 1914. Mar- 
ried D 20, 1919, Chicago. Address, 1222 Summit 
Ave., Seattle; bus. add., 320 Cobb Bldg., do. 

ELIZABETH MATTHES BENTELE 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ap 28, 1864, Dan- 
zig, Ger.; d. Ferdinand Matthes, (b. 1814, Danzig, 
Ger.) and Lauretta (Treptow) Matthes, (b. 1828, 



do.) Prepared m Danzig H. S.; Battle Creek 
Coll., Battle Creek, Mich. Alpha Beta Iota. 
Med. work, Chicago, 1907-09; Postgrad, work, 
Berhn, 1909-10; Med. practice, St. Louis, 1910-14; 
Detroit, 1914 — . Auth.: The CorneHus Treatment 
for Peripheral Nerve Diseases, Jour., Mo. State 
Med. Assoc, F 1912; Peripheral Nerve Diseases 
and Their Treatment, Jour., Mich. State Med. 
Soc, Ag 1915. Married Hans Bentele, Ag 8, 
1891, Mexico City. Address, 470 Virginia Park, 
Detroit; bus. add., 270 Woodward, do. 

EUGENE EMMETT BERMINGHAM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
St. Ignatius Coll.; Clin. Disp., 111. Eye and Ear 
Infirmary, Chicago; Instr., Surg. (Laryngol., 
Rhinol., and Otol.) Coll. of Med., 1914-16. Ad- 
dress, 1108 N. La Salle St., Chicago; bus. add., 
3211 W. Madison St., do.f 

BURT G. BISSELL 
M.D.; b. S 22, 1869, Pa.; s. George D. and 
Mary E. (Wells) Bissell. Alpha Omega Alpha. 
Married Ola P. Fairman, D 25, 1900, Logansport, 
Ind. Children: Irene, b. D 29, 1902; Mildred V., 
b. N 11, 1905. Address, Aurora, la. 

FRANCIS EARLE BRIGGS 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 1, 1882, Gibson 
City, 111.; s. Joseph Francis (b. Jl 16, 1857, Meta- 
mora. 111.) and Jessie L. (Parminter) Briggs (b. 
O 5, 1856, do.). Prepared in H. S. Gen. Med. 
practice, Roanoke, 111., 1907-15; do., Galva, 111., 
1915-19; do., and Prop, of Drug Store, Ludlow, 
111., 1919—. Mem., A. M. A., 1907; 111. Med. 
Soc, do.; Champaign Co. Med. Soc, 1920 — . 
Married Grace Green, Je 24, 1908, Gibson City, 
111. Children: Raymond Francis, b. Jl 31, 1909; 
Wilma Dorothy, b. Je 30, 1911; Ruth Estella, 
b. S 10, 1913; Richard Earle, b. Ag 8, 1915 (died 
Mr 24, 1917). Address, Ludlow, 111. 



CALVIN E. BROWN 
M.D.; b. My 11, 1879, Stone Creek, O.; s. John 
A. and Sarah (Haas) Brown. Prepared in New 
Philadelphia Norm.; Valparaiso, Ind. Married 
D 7, 1913. Child, Beverly, b. O 17, 1915. Ad- 
dress, 126 N. Hamlin Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 
25 E. Washington St., do. 



ROBERT HERMAN BUCK 
Oculist; M.D.; b. N 6, 1876, Hortonville, Wis., 
s. Charles Frank (b. F 20, 1837, ReitUngen, Ger.) 
and Mary (Ehr) Buck (b. My 12, 1847, Mecklen- 
berg, Ger.). Prepared in Ryan H. S., Appleton, 
Wis., D.D.S., Chicago Dental Coll., 1903. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Gen. Med. practice, Chicago; Oph- 
thalmol, staff, 111. Charitable Eve and Ear In- 
firmary, 1915—. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Je 26, 
1918-Je 23, 1919; Overseas Service as Eye Surg, 
at Camp Hosps. 87 and 28, Fr., S 1, 1918-My 24 , 
1919. Auth.: Recurrent Spontaneous Retinal 
Hemorrhage, Am. Jour, of Ophthalmol., Vol. 2, 
O 1919. Mem., Chicago Ophthalmol. Soc; Am. 
Acad, of Ophthalmol, and Oto-Laryngol.; A. M. 
A.; 111. St. Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc; A. F. 
A. M.; 111. Athl. Club. Married Laura Edna 
McNown, Mr 3, 1909, Geneva, 111. Child, Mary 
Eleanor, b. D 16, 1910. Address, 7732 N. Paulina 
St., Chicago, 111. 

ARTHUR JEFFERSON BUCKNER 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 

Emporia (Kan.) H. S. Formerly located in 

Hayden, Okla.; later at Redbird, do. Address, 

Revere, Mo.J 

CHARLES OLIVER BULGER 

yi.B.; h. Ap 17, 1880, Gibson City, 111.; s- 
Maggie (Gentle) Bulger. Nu Sigma Nu. Mar- 
ried Pauline Smith, 1912. Address, Greenfield, IK 



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CHESTER JOHN CHALLENGER 
Roentgenologist; M.D.; b. Ap 8, 1883; s. J. 
Edgar and Minnie (Lyon) Challenger. Prepared 
in N. W. Div. H. S., Chicago. Roentgenol., 
St. Marys Hosp., Chicago; Consulting Roentgenol., 
Norwegian-Am. Hosp., ilo. 1st I.t., M. C, 
U. S. A., 2 yrs. Mem.. A. F. A. M., 32°; M. E. 
Church. Address, 2037 N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago; 
6ms. add., 3117 Logan Blvd., do. 

FRANK CHAUVET 
Asst. Prof.; M.D. Instr., Jr. Med., Histol. and 
Embryol.. Coll. of Med., 1912-13; do. Physical 
Diagnosis, do., 1913-17; .•Vssoc, do., 1917-18; Asst. 
Prof., do., 1918 — . Mem., Consulting Staff, Cook 
Co. Hosp., Tuberculosis Dept., 1912 — ; Mem., 
^Ied. Staff, Univ. Hosp., 1914 — ■; do., Norwegian 
Am. Hosp., 1918—; Asst. Prof., Physical Diag- 
nosis, Coll. of Med. Address, 619 S. Crawford 
Ave., Chicago.t 

JOHN KENDALL CHORLOG 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. D 14, 1873, Bergen, 
Norway; s. John (b. Bergen, Norway) and Christina 
(Thompson) Cborlog (b. F 2, 1S4S). Prepared 
in Viroqua H. S.; Univ. of Wis. and Marquette 
L'niv. B.A. Alpha Kappa Kappa; Fellow in 
Anat., Coll. of Med. Pbys. and Surg., Madison, 
Wis., 1907—. Commissioned Lt., M. R. C, U. 
S. A. Auth.: Goiter, H'ls. Med. Jour.; The Present 
Indication for Vaccine and Serum Therapy, do. 
Mem , A. A. A. S.; Sc. Club, Univ. of Wis.; Illini 
Club, do. (Pres.); Madison Alumni Assn., do.; 
Coll. of Med. Alumni Assn. Married Ingebarg 
Katherine Halvarsen, Je 25, 1902. Children: John 
Ingolf Halvard and ^Iargaret Kristine, b. Ap 28, 
1903; John Kendall Hagelid, b. Ag 31, 1909 (died 
Ja 1, 1911). Address, 410 N. Carroll St., Madison, 
Wis. 

CHARLES FRAZIER CLARK 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 5, 1876; s. A. F. 
and Mary M. (Ambler) Clark. Prepared in 
Seward (Neb.) H. S., and Commercial Coll., 
Lincoln, Neb. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice, 
Kansas City. Vol. Med. Corps; Med. Examiner, 
Marine Serv., World War. Married Katheryn 
M. Ginn. Children: Harry C, b. Mr 25, 1900; 
Earl H., b. Ja 29, 1902; Virginia A., b. 1905. 
Address, 3443 Belief ontaine Ave., Kansas City, 
Mo.; bus. add., 810 Waldheim Bldg., do. 

JOHN EDWARD CLARK 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 17, 1885, N. McGregor, 
la.; 8. Robert H. (b. 1857, Me.) and Katherine 
(Blahna) Clark (b. 1860, Crawford Co., Wis.). 
Prepared in Baraboo (Wis.) H. S. Alpha Omega 
Alpha. Intern, West Side Hosp., Chicago, Je 1, 
1907-D 31, 1908: Phys., Enid, Okla., Ja-Je, 1908; 
do.. Old Town, Me., Je 1908-Je 1909; Streator, 111., 
Je 1909—. 1st Lt., 87th Div., 312 San. train, 
U. S. A., Ap 1918; Capt., M. C, U. S. A., Ho.sp. 
Center, Savenay, Fr.. Mr 1-Jl, 1919. Mem., A. 
M. A., 1914—. Married Evelyn Brogley, D 3, 
1913, Streator, 111. Address, 606 Broadway, 
Streator, 111.; bus. add., 301 Main St., do. 

FRED B. CLARKE 
Phya. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1880. Prepared in 
Acad. Dept., Parsons Coll., la.; Keokuk Med. 
Coll., 190.3-05. Formerly of Drakesville, la.; 
Later of Milwaukee, Wis. Specialist, in 'Neurol. 
Mem., State Med. Soc. of WLs.; A. M. A. Ad- 
dress, Electric Bldg., Billings, Mont.t 

JOHN COLDER COGSWELL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Jl 29, 1880, Toronto. 
Can.; s. Mason E. and Helen (Golder) Cogswell. 
Prepared in Parkdale fToronto Can.) H. S. B.S. 
and Ph.G., Fremont CNeb.) Normal Coll. Intern., 
Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago, 1907-08; Gen. Med. 
and Surg, practice: Vice-Pres. Investors Guarantee 
Co.; Pres.. Black Mt. Cattle Co. Vol., Am. and 
Can. Armies, World War. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 



B. P. O. E.; I. O. O. F.; Bd. of State Med. Exami- 
ners, 1913-17. Married Bertha K. Kirch, D 31, 
1914, Riverton, Wyo. Children: Mason J., b. O 
15, 1915; Kirk J., b. Mr 20, 1917. Address, 
Riverton, Wyo. 

ADA SCOTT CONNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D,; b. 1879. Attended 
Calif. Eclectic Med. Coll., 1903-06. At one time 
located in Santa Clara, Calif.; later practiced at 
San Jose, do. Mem., A. M. A.J 

ALFRED WOODIIAM CONNER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Attended 
Calif. Eclectic Med. Coll., 1903-06. Formerly of 
Santa Clara, Calif.; Gen. Med. practice, San Jose, 
do. Mem., A. M. A. Address, Montgomery Hotel, 
San Jose, Calif.; bus. add., Twohy Bldg., cfo.f 

CHARLES LARKIN CONROY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 3, 1878; s. James 
(b. Mr 1845, Ire.) and Margaret (Mackler) Con- 
roy (b. My 1847, Ire.). Prepared in Marquette 
Acad., Milwaukee, 1890-94. B.A., Marquette 
Univ., Milwaukee, 1898. Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha 
Omega Alpha; Valedictorian. 1898; Hon. Roll. 1907. 
Phys. and Surg., Chicago; do., St. Francis Hosp., 
Evanston, 111. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., S 1-N. 1918; 
Served at Base Hosp.. Ft. Riley, Kan. Mom., 
Catholic Church. Address, 6541 Sneridan Rd., 
Chicago. 

WILLIAM HENRY CONSER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Je 19, 1885, Maquon, 
111.; s. William A. (b. 1859. 111.) and Elsie (Bar- 
bero) Conser (b. N 23, 1863. do.). Prepared in 
Lombard Coll., Galesburg. 111. Phi Delta Theta. 
Track. Basketball and Football teams. Phys. and 
Surg.. Cambridge. 111.. 1909—. 1st Lt., M. C, 
U. S. A., Jl 1, 1918-F 13. 1919; Surg.. 324th 
M. G. B. N.. A. E. F. Mem.. A. M, A.; 111. 
State Med. Soc. (Ex-Pres.); Cambridge Am. 
Legion 417; Henry Co. Med. Soc; A. F. A. M., 
32°, Post Commander. Married Madge L. Welch, 
Je 19, 1912, Chicago. C^ild, Roberta Ellen, b. 
S 19, 1917. Address, Cambridge, 111. 

♦MARTHA MARILL CROFUT 
M.D. Located in Denton, Tex. and La Grange, 
111. Died Jl 4, 1919, Ravenswood Hosp., Chicago. 

WILLIAM McKEE CROSIER 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 24, 1876; s. Charles 
(b. N 7, 1844, Erie, Pa.) and Mary Isabel (McKee) 
Crosier (b. D 7, 1845. Guernsey Co.. O.). Pre- 
pared in Monmouth H. S.; Monmouth Coll., 1891- 
92, and Keokuk Med. Coll., 1903-05. Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha. Phys., Alexis, 111., 
1907—; Pres., Sch. Bd. and Bd. of Health, do. 
Mem., A. F. A. M. Married Clara Louise 1 aff- 
erty, Je 8, 1910, Chicago. Address, Alexis, 111. 

JOSEPH LOUIS CUNNINGHAM 
Teacher; M.D.; b. Mr 8, 1878. Burlington. Wis.; 
s. John and Julia (Ward) Cunningham. Prepared 
in Burlington (Wis.) H. S. Mem.. K. C; Catholic 
Church. Married Mary Brennan. S 4, 1908. 
Address, 1159 Belmont Ave., Chicago. 

JOSEPH .SWISHER CUNNINGHAM 
(Uncle of Sterling, '17, LL.B.) 
Physician; M.D.; b. D 18, 1875. Danville. 111.; 
s. Joseph (b. F 27. 1828. Harrison Co.. Ky.) and 
Mary Ann (Swisher) Cunningham (b. Mr 28. 
1832, Blount Tp., Vermilion Co., 111.). Prepared 
in Wabash Coll., Crawfordsville, Ind. M.D., 111. 
Med. Coll., Chicago, 1902. Phys.. Des Plaines. 
111., 1903-06; do., Gibson City. 111.. 1907—. Mar- 
ried. D 28, 1899, Danville, 111. Children: Ralph 
Learnard, b. N 7. 1903; Chester Martin, b. Je 
25, 1905; Robert Joseph, b. N 24, 1907. Address, 
Gibson City, III. 



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[1907 



WILLIAM J. DEMOREST CURTIS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884. Prepared in 

Lansing (Mich.) H. S.; Grand Rapids Med. Coll., 

1 yr. Formerly of Bailey, Mich.; Gen. Med. 

practice. Address, 578 Oakland Ave., Detroit.! 

FRED BEAM CYPHERS 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1882. Prepared in 
Rising City (Neb.) H. S. M.D., Lincoln Med. 
Coll., 1905. Formerly located in Rising City, 
Neb. Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialist. 
Address, Duncan, Neb.t 

GEORGE LUTHER DAVENPORT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Mr 16, 1882, Chicago; 
s. Samuel Dwight (b. S 8, 1859, Mendon, Mass.) 
and Anna (Johnson) Davenport (b. Mr 14, 1862). 
Prepared in English H. S. and Manual Training 
Sch. and Lewis Inst., Chicago. Alpha Omega 
Alpha; Class Pres., 1907. Phys. and Surg., Chi- 
cago, 1907—. Instr., Sr. Surg., Coll. of Med., 
1910-12; do., Sr. Surg, and Minor Surg., 1912-14; 
Instr. Surg. do. 1914-20; Asst. Prof. Chn. 
Surg, do., 1920—; Attending Surg,, Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1920; do. and Chief of Clinic, Michael 
Reese Dispensary, 1909; Assoc. Attending Surg., 
do., 1913. Capt., M. C, U. S. A., My 23, 1918- 
Jl 8, 1919; served witn A. E. F. in Base Hosp. 
15, Chaumont, France; Camp Hosp. 9, Chateau- 
Villain, do.; Camp Hosp. 10, do.; Base Surg. 
Office Base Section 9; S. O. S. 3rd Army, Antwerp, 
Belgium; Instr., Surg., Sch. of Mil. Surg., Fort 
Oglethorpe, Ga. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. 
Soc, 1907—; Chicago Surg. Soc, 1917—; Fellow, 
F. A. C. S., 1915^. Married Eva Griffith Daven- 
port, S 12, 1911, Chicago. Children: Mary Jane, 
b. O 23, 1913; George Luther, b. F 19, 1916. 
Address, 5001 Dorchester Ave., Chicago; bus. add., 
31 N. State St., do. 

WILLIS IRVING DILLINGHAM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1869. M.D., Dear- 
born Med. Coll., 1906. Gen. Med. practice. Ad- 
dress, 433 lotn St., West, New York, N. J.f 

*FRED ROBERT DISNEY 
Physician; M.D.; b. 1878. Formerly of Chicago. 
Mem., Okla. State Med. Assn. Died D 25, 1909, 
Pocasset, Okla. 

*OSCAR BOONE EDMONSON 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. F 23, 1876, Winchester, 111.; 
s. M. B. and Isabelle (Smitson) Edmonson. 
B.S., Dixon Norm. Sch. Phi Rho Sigma. Asst. 
Phys., Peoria Co., 111. Mem., A. F. A. M. Mar- 
ried Lena Bailor, 1910, Clinton, 111. Died N 12, 
1920. 

JAMES ALBERT EDWARDS 

Phys. and" Surg.; M.D.; b. 1871. Prepared in 

Bowie (Tex.) H. S.; Bowie Acad, of Music, 1904; 

Baylor Univ., Med. Dept., 1903-04. Formerly 

of Dallas, Tex. Address, Columbia, Tenn.J 

LOUIS WILLIAM EIDAM 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884. Prepared in 

Jefferson H. S., Chicago. Gen. Med. practice; 

formerly at Blue Island, 111. Address, 709 Cass 

St., La Crosse, Wis.; bus. add., 1601 North St., do.f 

JESSE ETTELSON 
Specialist; M.D.; b. D 16, 1884, Sprague, Wis.; 
s. William Benjamin and Babetta (Dannhisser) 
Ettelson. Prepared in Wash. State Coll., Pullman, 
Wash. Specialist in Skin Diseases. Capt., M. 
C, U. S. A. Married Florence J. Wolfe, Ap 29, 
1918, Portland, Ore. Child, Robert Wolfe, b. 
My 22, 1919. Address, 189 King St., Portland, 
Ore. 

AMEEN ULLAH FAREED 
Physician; M.D.; b. Je 2, 1882; s. Mirza Assad 
Nicerly (b. Isfahan, Persia) and Rozub (Chanom) 
Farced. Prepared in The Am. Coll., Beirut, 



Syria and Isfahan Coll., Isfahan, Persia. Med. 
Inspector, Cairo, Egypt, 1911-13. Married in 
Cairo, Egypt. Children: Donald D.; Omar John; 
Elaine. Address, 335 W. Binendo St., Los Angeles; 
bus. add., 1102 Black Bldg., do. 

JOHN HOGAN FARRELL 

Phys. and Surg.; M.D,; b. O 4, 1882; s. Thomas 
and Mary (Hogan) Farrell. Prepared in Win- 
throp (la.) H. S.; Univ. of la. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
Grad. work, Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 
Coll., 1910. Med. and Surg, practice, Wailuku, 
Maiu, 1907-10; Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Special- 
ist, Honolulu, 1911—. Mem., B. P. O. E.; Hawai- 
ian Med. Soc. Address, Rooms 9 and 10, Pantheon 
Bldg., Honolulu, T. H. 

CHARLES EDWARD MAX FISCHER 

Clin. Pathol.; M.D.; b. Ag 15, 1881; s. Henry 
J. and Mary Fischer. Prepared in Jefferson H. 
S., Chicago; Harvey Med. Coll., 1904-05. Gen. 
Med. practice, Chicago, 1907 — ; Adjunct Prof., 
Med. Biol., Embryol., and Histol., Coll. of Med., 
1906-10; Prof., Pediatrics, 111. Post-Grad. Med. 
Sch., 1908-10; Prof., Clin. Med., and Dir., Clinics; 
Prof, and Head of Dept. of Physiol, and Physiolog. 
Chem., Jenner Med. Coll., 1911—; Jr. Dean, do., 
1916 — ; Dir., Med. Research Dept., Columbus 
Labs., 1907-16; Dir., The Fischer Labs,, 1916—; 
Prof., Clin. Diagnosis, Chicago Med. Sch.; Dir., 
The Medico-Legal Lab.; Prof., Histol., 111. Dent. 
Coll. Mem., A. M. A.; Chicago Med. Soc; 111. 
State Med. Soc; Ger. Med. Soc of Chicago; 
Deutsch Mediz Gesel; Verein Alter Deutche 
Studenten; Royal Micros. Soc. of London (Fel- 
low); A. A. A. S.; 111. Micros, Soc; 111. State 
Acad. Science (Charter Mem.); Chicago Assn., 
Detective Sergeants (Hon. Mem,). Married Ella 
H, Schirmer, Jl 24, 1909, Child, Alfred E. Ad- 
dress, 922 Dakin St., Chicago; bus. add., 25 E. 
Washington St., do.t 

ARTHUR LEOPOLD FORSTER 

Phys, and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1884. Prepared in 

St. Bede Coll., Peru, 111. Formerly of Sterling, 

111. Address, 7632 Greenview Ave., Chicago; bus. 

add., 32 N. State St., do.f 

GEORGE SNOW FORTIER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1872. Prepared in 
Port Colborne Sch., Ont.; Univ. of Buffalo, 1904-05; 
Dearborn Med. Coll., 1906. Mem., A. M. A.; 
Chicago Med. Soc; 111. State Med. Soc Ad- 
dress, 808 E. 51st St., Chicago; bus. add., 159 N. 
State St., do.-\ 

JACOB FRANK FRIESEN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. N 7, 1880, Hillsboro, Kan.; 
s. J. J. and Anna (Funk) Friesen. Prepared in 
Bethel Coll., Newton, Kan.; Ph.G., Kansas City 
Coll. of Pharm., 1903. Postgrad, work. Harvard 
Med. Sch., Boston, 1920. House Serv., Mass. 
Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1 yr.; Gen. Surg, work; 
Specialist in Oto-Laryngol. Mem., Med. Ad- 
visory Bd., Los Angeles. Mem., Epis. Church; 
A. F. A. M., 32°, Shrine, Scottish Rite; Calif. 
State Med. Soc; Los Angeles Co. Med. Soc; 
A. M. A. Married Florence A. Huntington, My 
26, 1917, St. Paul. Address, 1501 S. Figueroa 
St., Los Angeles. 

OSCAR BRUNK FUNKHOUSER 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ja 20, 1886, Mattoon, 
111.; s. C. B, and Elizabeth (Chaney) Funkhouser. 
Prepared in N. W. Univ. Med. Sch. and Val- 
paraiso Univ. Alpha Omega Alpha; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon; Phi Delta Epsilon. Intern, Cook Co. 
Hosp., 1909-10. Gen. Med. and Surg, practice. 
1st Lt., M. C, U. S. A. Mem., A. F. A. M.; 
K. P.; A. M. A.; 111. State Med. Soc; Chicago 
Med. Soc Married Daisy Eugenia Truby, My 
3, 1920, Chicago. Address, 2600 S. Kedzie Ave., 
Chicago. 



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OTTO ALBERT GAHL 
M.D.: b. F 21 I8S3 Chicago; s. Reinhold and 
Charlotte (Stregerl Gahl. Prepared in McKinley 
H. S. Chicago. Mem. Evang. Lutheran Church. 
Married Kathryn Lating Jl 3, 1917. Child, 
Ferdinand, b. Mr 21. 191S. Address. 3304 W. 
North Ave., Chicago. 

WALTER BERTRAM GERHARD 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. S 29. 1883. Prepared in 
Central H. S.. Buffalo. N. Y. B.S.. Buffalo Inst. 
Tech., 1902. Phi Beta Pi. Attending Surg., 
Columbus Hosp., Chicago. Married Lillian Lund- 
strom, Ja 1, 1913. Los Angeles. Child, Lorraine, 
b. My 22, 1916. Address, 3736 Sheffield Ave.. 
Chicago; bus. add., 223-1 Sedgwick St.. do. 

JAMES GRAYBEAL 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. S 2. 1873, Lewis- 
town. III.; 8. Jacob (b. Jl 28, 1848, N. C.) and 
Alice A. Graybeal (b. Ag 31, 1853, Lewistown. 
III.). Prepared in Lewistown Norm. Coll. Alpha 
Omega Alpha: Senior House Surg., 1906-07; 
Mem., Class Ex. Com. Gen. Med. practice, 
Chicago; Asst., Clin. Med., Coll. of Med., 1908-10. 
Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 1918-19. Mem., Chicago 
Med. Soc; III. State Med. Soc; A. M. A. Mar- 
ried Cora B. Graybeal, O 24, 1894, Ipava. III. 
Address, 7114 Normal Blvd., Chicago. 

HOLLAND TODD GROUND 
Physician; M.D.; b. S 7, 1883, Clinton, Ind.; 
s. William Edwin (b. 1862, Ind.) and Dolly (Buck) 
Ground (b. 1864 do.). Prepared in State Norm. 
Sch., Superior, Wis.; Univ. of Wis. Phi Rho 
Sigma. Gen. Med. practice, Aberdeen. S. Dak.. 
1907-12; St. Peter, Minn., 1912-15; Virginia. 
Minn., 1915 — ; Health Officer, do. M. C. U. S. 
A., Ag 1917-Ap 1919. Married Grace McDonnen. 
O 15, 1910, Evanston, lU. Address, 411 S. Sixth 
Ave.. Virginia Minn.; bus. add., 421 S. Sixth Ave.. 
do. 



WILLIAM PARKER GUNN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Bennett 
Med. Coll.. 1904. Formerly located in Janes- 
ville. Wis. Mem.. A. M. A. Address, 6459 Cot- 
tage Grove Ave., Chicago.t 



SILAS VAN HAGEMAN 
Physician; M.D.; b. My 26, 1880, Hammond, 
ni.; s. Simon Vanlieu (b. Summerhill, 111.) and 
Elizabeth Helen (Rathbun) Hageman (b. do.). 
Prepared in H. S. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Located 
in North Chicago, 1907-12; Las Animas, Colo., 
1912—. Mem. of Local Bd. for Bent Co. Mem., 
King Solomon Lodge 30, A. F. A. M. (Past Mas- 
ter, 1918,) Past Excellent High Priest, Las Animas 
Chapter 49, R. A. ^L, do.; Palestine Commandery 
22, La Junta); Otero Co. Med. Soc. Married 
Ella H. Rockenfeller, O 22, 1906, Chicago. Chil- 
dren: Helen Elizabeth, b. My 24, 1909; William 
Van, b. My 21, 1912; Eldridge Bernon, b. Ap 18. 
1917. Address, 828 Sixth St., Las Animas. Colo.; 
bus. add., 624 Carson Ave., do. 



OSCAR AMADEUS HANSEN 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1877. Prepared in 
Nazareth Mil. Acad., Pa. M.D., Bennett Med. 
Coll.. 1906. Gen. Med. practice. M. R. C. 
U. S. A. Mem.. A. M. A. Address. Colonial 
Hotel, Chicago; bus. add., 15 E. Washington St.. 
do.t 

ROBERT ROCHESTER HANSEN 
Surgeon; M.D.; b. Jl 18. 1883. Logan, O.; s. 
R. W. and Emma fRochester) Hansen. Prepared 
in Hyde Park H. S., Chicago. Married Harriet 
Peterson. Je 28. 1911. Chicago. Child, Robert 
R.. Jr.. b. D 25. 1912. Address, 418 Park St., 
Marshalltown, la.; bus. add., Masonic Temple, do. 



J. GLEN HARBISON 
M.D.; b. Jl 12, 1881, Springfield, III.; s. W. 
H. and Ida E. Harbison. Hahnemann Med. Coll., 
1905. House Staff, Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago, 
Je 1, 1905-Dl, 1906; Located in Spokane, Jl 1907—. 
Mem., Christian Church. Married Mae E. Dodd, 
O 21, 1911, Springfield, 111. Address, 501 W. 
24th Ave., Spokane; bus. add., 330 Old Nat. 
Bank BIdg.. do. 

ESTHER ALICE HART 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1879. Prepared in 
Jefferson H. S.. Chicago. At one time located in 
Peoria, lU.t 

MARTHA HAYWARD 
M.D.; b. Ja 25, 1868, Aurora, III.; d. Laban 
H. and Elizabeth (Barclay) Hayward. Prepared 
in E. Aurora H. S. Alpha Epsilon Iota. Address, 
R. D. 1, Batavia, 111. 

MAURICE CHARLES HECHT 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. 1883. Prepared in 
Jefferson H. S. and Chicago Manual Training Sch. 
Specialist in Pediatrics, Wilmette, III. Med. Dir., 
Alice Wood Child Health Center, Chicago; Ex- 
Intern, Michael Reese Hosp., do. Mem., A. M. 
A.; III. State Med. Soc; Chicago Med. Soc. Ad- 
dress, 1159 Wilmette Ave., Wilmette, Ill.t 

THOMAS JEROME HENNEBERRY 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. F 1878, Dalton City. 
111.; s. Patrick and Julia (Wagoner) Henneberry. 
Prepared in St. Francis Coll.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Alpha Omega Alpha. Mem., Med. Advisory Bd., 
World War. Mem., Catholic Church. Married 
Fredericka Dolcater, Je 2, 1915, Denver. Colo. 
Address. 2216 Van Lennon St., Cheyenne, Wyo.; 
bus. add., Hynds Bldg., do. 

ROBERT ASA HILLS 
Physician; M.D.; b. Mr 6, 1882, S. Manchester, 
Conn.; s. A. G. (b. S 10, 1842, East Glastonbury. 
Conn.) and Harriett (Keeney) Hills (b. Jl 10. 
1843, do.). Prepared in H. S.; la. Wesleyan Univ.. 
Mt. Pleasant, la.; Lombard Coll.. Galesburg, III.. 
1903-04. Married O 5. 1910, Corydon, la. (wife 
died N 19, 1919). Children: Hazel Harriett, b. 
F 19, 1912; Beverly Jean. b. D 10. 1917. Address, 
Russell, la. 

JOHN HERMAN HOLM 
Phys. and Surg.; M.D.; b. Ag 11, 1879, Sweden; 
s. P. J. and Charlotte (Falgreen) Holm. Prepared 
in Gustavus Adolphus Acad., St. Peter, Minn. 
Phi Beta Pi. Married Mae Alice Bowman, N 
20, 1918. Children: Frances, b. Je 21, 1910; 
Louise, b. Ag 30. 1911. Address, 576 Park Ave., 
Kenosha, Wis. 



*CLYDE SWITZER HORTON 
M.D.; b. N 3, 1879, Fennimore, Wis.; s. George' 
Henry (b. F 16, 1835 Enfi