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When a doctor has had a long and varied experience, it is valuable and interesting to have a record of it.
Of the author of this autobiography all the "American Medical Directory" of 1950 has to say is this, and in small type, too:
Stewart, Margaret R. Evans (H) b '74; Calif. 5, '00, Pa. 7, '00; 1 '00; retired
In this book she describes how this brief summary came into being: her early days, her medical school training, her adventures in practice extending over more than forty years, and, finally, her work with the Veterans' Bureau.
It is a pleasant volume, humorous, sad, brave, and very human. It is worth reading.
From Dugout to Hilltop.. AMA Arch Intern Med. 1952;89(4):687. doi:10.1001/archinte.1952.00240040166017