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November 1936

TO DR. HUGH TALBOT PATRICK FROM HIS PUPILS

Arch NeurPsych. 1936;36(5):917. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1936.02260110002001

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Abstract

We, your former assistants and the associates of your former assistants, are workers in the field of neurology and psychiatry largely through the stimulus you gave us in our formative years. We eagerly sought the opportunity to be inducted into this field by you. We knew that there was little scientific neurology in Chicago before you blazed the way. What the late Christian Fenger did to give young physicians in the Cook County Hospital and the medical schools of Chicago a vision of scientific pathology and surgery you did in your field. Contact with you by students in classrooms and dispensaries and by physicians in hospitals and sick-rooms and in your office was a steady source of fruitful stimulation to them. We who came in closer contact with you not only were inspired by your teaching and your shining example as a clinician but learned to love you for your

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