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Memorial to Colonel Bruns Dedicated
The dedication of a portrait of Col. Earl H. Bruns took place in the Officers' Club of the Fitzsimons General Hospital, Denver, May 24. Col. Carroll D. Buck was chairman. Speakers on the program included Dr. Harry J. Corper, "Evolution of the Memorial"; Governor Ed C. Johnson, "Colorado's Appreciation"; Mayor George D. Begole, "Denver and Colonel Bruns"; Major William C. Pollock, "Colonel Bruns the Teacher"; Major Paul M. Crawford, "Colonel Bruns the Physician"; Col. Robert M. Hardaway, "Colonel Bruns and His Civilian Confrères"; Dr. Arnold Minnig, "Tributes"; Dr. Cicero L. Lincoln Jr., "Colonel Bruns' Contributions to Medical Literature." Dr. Henry Sewall presented the portrait to the tuberculosis service of the U. S. Army. The artist was Mr. J. I. McClymont. Colonel Bruns died in 1933.
Government Services. JAMA. 1934;102(26):2211. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750260057019