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October 29, 1887

The Death of Frederick Hyde

JAMA. 1887;IX(18):563. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400170019007

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Abstract

M.D., Professor of Surgery and Dean of the College of Medicine of Syracuse University, N. Y., was announced Oct. 17, 1887, at the age of 80 years. The deceased had long been known and recognized as one of the most honorable and intelligent members of the profession in the State of New York. The following report adopted at a meeting of the Faculty of the Syracuse University, on the evening of Oct. 17, correctly voice the sentiments of all who have the pleasure of an acquaintance with Professor Hyde:

In the full possession of his mental faculties, with eye undimmed and natural strength unabated, our beloved dean, Dr. Frederick Hyde, at the advanced age of four score years, has been called from his life of incessant unselfish labor to his rest and eternal reward.

As colleagues we unite in mourning his loss with that large community where he was revered for

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