Frances Sage Bradley papers, 1893-1965.
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Frances Sage Bradley, physician and author, was born 28 August 1862 in Fort Gaines, Georgia, and died 12 February 1949, in Washington, D.C. She married artist and editor, Horace James Bradley (c1862-1896) in 1885 and moved to New York City, were he was art editor of HARPER'S MONTHLY and HARPER'S WEEKLY. After his death (1896), Frances Bradley studied at the Woman's Medical College of New York and was one of the first two women graduates of Cornell's School of Medicine (1899). She practiced in At...
Montana's Seventh Legislative Assembly created the State Board of Health of Montana in 1901. The Board was to "have the general care of the sanitary interests of the people" and was authorized to "make sanitary investigations and inquiries respecting the causes of disease, and especially epidemics, the causes of mortality and the influence of locality, employment, habits, and other circumstances and conditions, upon the health of the people." In 1967, with the creation of the State ...