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November 5, 1932

Association News

JAMA. 1932;99(19):1611. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740710055020

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PRESIDENT OF WOMAN'S AUXILIARY DIES  Mrs. Walter Jackson Freeman, Philadelphia, president of the Woman's Auxiliary of the American Medical Association, died in Philadelphia, October 27, after an illness of three weeks. Mrs. Freeman was formerly Miss Corinne Keen, daughter of the late Dr. William W. Keen, internationally known surgeon. She was the widow of Dr. Walter Jackson Freeman, at one time professor of laryngology at the Philadelphia Polyclinic School for Graduates, who died in 1920. She was the mother of two physicians, Drs. Walter Freeman, Washington, D. C., and Norman E. Freeman, Boston. She was chosen president-elect of the Woman's Auxiliary at the annual session in Philadelphia, June 10, 1931, and assumed the office in May, 1932.

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