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Source: Philadelphia Medical Journal
Source type: journal
Document type: news column
Document title: “American News and Notes”
Author(s): anonymous
Date of publication: 16 November 1901
Volume number: 8
Issue number: 20
Pagination: 801-03 (excerpt below includes only page 801)

“American News and Notes.” Philadelphia Medical Journal 16 Nov. 1901 v8n20: pp. 801-03.
McKinley Memorial Hospital (Philadelphia, PA); McKinley memorialization (Philadelphia, PA).
Named persons
Samuel H. Ashbridge; William N. Ashman; Jay F. Schamberg: John V. Shoemaker; John Madison Taylor; James Tyson; James C. Wilson.
The identity of Professor Ives (below) cannot be determined. Possibly it is Frederick E. Ives.

The excerpt (below) is from a section of the column titled “Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, etc.”


American News and Notes [excerpt]

     Meschianza for the McKinley Memorial Hospital.—On Monday, November 11, at the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, the following speeches were made by physicians: “The Reasons of the Entertainment,” Judge William N. Ashman; “The William McKinley Hospital Association,” Dr. John Madison Taylor; “The Needs of a Pay Hospital for Contagious Diseases,” Dr. James Tyson; “The Care of Contagious Diseases in Special Hospital,” Dr. James C. Wilson; “Contagious Diseases and the State,” Dr. John V. Shoemaker. Mayor Ashbridge then declared the Meschianza open, and Professor Ives and Dr. Jay F. Schamberg gave a magic lantern display.



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