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November 10, 1900

DR. SENN'S GIFT TO RUSH MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HIGH STANDARDS OF MEDICAL EDUCATION.

JAMA. 1900;XXXV(19):1217. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460450033003

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Abstract

Friends of high standards in medicine will rejoice to learn that Dr. N. Senn has given $50,000 to Rush Medical College for building purposes. This is not his first gift to medicine. A few years ago he gave to the Newberry Library, of Chicago, a unique and remarkable collection of medical books—that of Baum and du Bois Reymond. When Rush College became affiliated with the University of Chicago he contributed $25,000 toward wiping out the debt of the college. And only the other day, a gift of $10,000 was announced to St. Joseph's Hospital, in which Dr. Senn for years has done a large share of his private work. This makes a substantial return to the profession in which but few acquire abundance of worldly estate. It is given only to few to further the medical weal as Dr. Senn is doing. The example is one that others will do

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