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June 13, 1891


JAMA. 1891;XVI(24):860-862. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410760032006

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Judged by numbers, the late session of the medical schools of this city was a great success. The following was the attendance and the number of graduates:

The attendance has been equally good at the dental schools. The Baltimore College of Dental Surgery having about 226 students and 77 graduates, and the Dental Department of the University of Maryland about 163 and 64 respectively. The Maryland College of Pharmacy had about 125 students and 29 graduates. So that the total number of students and graduates in medical and allied schools in this medical centre (not including the biological and preliminary medical at the Johns Hopkins University and the post-graduate at the Johns Hopkins Hospital) is about 1,366 of the former and 457 of the latter, figures the size of which I suppose few outsiders would suspect.

The Maryland College of Pharmacy has just celebrated the semi centennial anniversary of

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