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August 9, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(6):320-323. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480320032011

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Abstract

ALABAMA.  Birmingham Medical College opens its session of 1902-1903, September 24. The ninth annual announcement just issued contains illustrations of the new college building, and of Hillman and St. Vincent's hospitals.

Cornerstones Laid.  —The cornerstone of the Hillman Hospital, Birmingham, was laid July 12, and an hour later, that of the Birmingham Medical College. Both ceremonies were in charge of the Alabama Grand Lodge of Masons.

Personal.  —Dr. Orion T. Dozier, Birmingham, has been commissioned surgeon of the Fourth Brigade, Alabama Division, United Confederate Veterans.—Dr. James Kenan, Selma, has returned from his service in the Philippines.—Dr. William H. Oates, Mobile, has been commissioned surgeon of the First Alabama Infantry, with rank of major, vice Dr. Sidney S. Pugh, resigned.—Dr. Samuel E. Lambert, Mobile, has been appointed assistant surgeon, U. S. Army, with rank of first lieutenant.—Dr. Hardee Johnston,

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