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October 28, 1950

Doctor Tom Brown: Memories

JAMA. 1950;144(9):805. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920090079042

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Abstract

In writing this volume of memories about her husband, Mrs. Jeannie Albert Brown has rendered a real service to the many students and friends of Dr. Tom Brown. Those who knew him personally will appreciate this intimate picture of their good friend, and those whose activities lie in fields other than medicine will discover the winning personality of a great physician.

Dr. Tom Brown ranks with that illustrious group of men who brought fame to the Johns Hopkins Medical School. A true product of Johns Hopkins, he received his college education at that university and later entered the medical school, where he graduated with the first class. He was associated with the institution throughout his life, first as a teacher of medicine and later as a member of its board of trustees. His kindliness and gentle approach to his patients, who had complete faith in him, together with the depth

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