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—From the Cleveland daily papers we learn that the late H. B. Hurlbut, of that city, left provision in his will that the revenue yielded by his estate should go to his wife during her lifetime, and on her death $200,000 should be given to the Cleveland City Hospital, and the balance of the estate, estimated to amount to $1,000,000, to the establishment and maintenance of a gallery for the cultivation of art in that city.
The same papers announce that Mr. J. L. Woods has donated a liberal sum for the building of an elegant new edifice for the Medical Department of Western Reserve University, while Messrs. H. B. and Oliver Payne have added to the grounds for its accommodation.
Considering the direct and very important relation between the interests and welfare of all classes, and the highest standard of education and training of medical men, it is surprising
Legacies to Hospitals and Medical Colleges. JAMA. 1884;II(18):488. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390410012004
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