Maryland Veterinary Medical Association records
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Born in Ontario, Canada, Dr. Osler was received his medical from McGill University in 1872. He became Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's first professor of medicine in 1889. Author of The Principles and Practices of Medicine (1892), Osler has been celled the father of psychosomatic medicine and the "most influential physician in history." From the description of Sir William Osler press clippings, 1905-1920. (National Library of Medicine). WorldCat record id: 14312601 ...
Epithet: Lord of the Admiralty British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000816.0x000328 Epithet: of Bangor Castle; MP for Downshire 1812 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000816.0x000329 ...
Robert Ward was a weaver in Massachusetts, probably in the vicinity of Dedham. From the description of Account book, 1694-1697, 1787-[ca. 1900]. (Winterthur Library). WorldCat record id: 122649901 Robert David Ward was born in Montevallo, Alabama, in 1929, son of a professor at Alabama College for Women (now the University of Montevallo). Memories of his upbringing figure in his later books, Lamar and Me, and Time Has Made a Change in Me. He received his M.S. in History at A...
Mrs. William H. Welch, writer of New York, N.Y. She wrote for the Federal Writers' Project. From the description of Oral history interview with Mrs. William H. Welch, 1965 Jan. 2 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 84016712 ...
For the express purpose of promoting the "advancement of veterinary science," the Maryland State Veterinary Medical Association held its first meeting in September, 1885, making it one of the oldest state veterinary associations. The original group was extremely active, often holding meetings on a weekly basis, until 1896 when interest waned. For the next 24 years meeting times were irregular and there was little activity in the Association. In 1920 there came a call to revive the old state vete...
Daniel Salmon was a member of Cornell University's first class of graduates. He earned his bachelor's degree in veterinary medicine in 1872, and four years later Cornell awared him the the first DVM degree in the country. Dr. Salmon went on to serve as the founding chief of the US Bureau of Animal Industry and is best known today for identifying the infectious pathogen Salmonella and pioneering the fight against contagious diseases. From the description of Daniel E. Salmon papers 188...