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January 11, 1890

EDITORIAL NOTES.

JAMA. 1890;XIV(2):61-62. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410020025006

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HOME.  Dr. Lewis H. Sayre, a son of Dr. Lewis A. Sayre, the well-known surgeon, was found dead on a sofa in the reception parlor of his father's home, at 285 Fifth Ave., New York, on the 3d inst. He had been working very hard at his professional labors recently, and he went home worn out, and threw himself on the sofa and fell asleep. A servant was the first to discover his death. He had been troubled with heart weakness for some time, and his sudden death was attributed to heart failure. He was 38 years old, and had a lucrative practice. Some years ago he married Miss Alice Pomeroy, the daughter of a wealthy dry goods merchant of New York. His widow and three children survive him. Dr. Sayre was graduated from Bellevue Hospital Medical College in 1876. He was a member of the New York County Medical

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