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December 11, 1926

A Doctor's Memories.

JAMA. 1926;87(24):2021-2022. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680240065038

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Abstract

Dr. Vaughan has been an outstanding scientific figure and a sturdy original one in medicine for more than forty years. He has had a full and rich experience; he has led a useful life in medicine and he has done another service in giving us these reminiscences of his interesting career. He was reared in rural Missouri. Thence he went to the University of Michigan, where his mature career was worked out. His first great excursion from his professional and academic life was the Spanish-American War. Then stands out his experience in the Great War. These are the high points in his reminiscences, and he has written of all of them in a way that is both interesting and profitable.

He gives a stimulating account of the life of the Middle Border of a family of intelligence and culture and prosperity. They were Southern sympathizers and they went through the

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