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—At a dinner of the Yale Medical Faculty, held in New Haven March 5, special honor was tendered to Dr. William H. Carmalt, for more than 40 years a member of the faculty of the school; president of the state medical society in 1904; for 20 years secretary of the American Congress of Physicians and Surgeons, and now president of the American Surgical Association.—At a testimonial tendered to Dr. William C. Wile by the professional men of Danbury and vicinity, Rev. H. C. Meserve acted as toastmaster. Dr. Wile was lauded as the organizer of the Danbury Medical So-. ciety, and as responsible for many good works, both in and out of professional life, and he was congratulated on his restoration to health and activity, after a long and serious illness.—Local members of the New Haven Medical Association gave a dinner March 4 in honor of Dr.
Medical News. JAMA. 1908;L(12):970–974. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530380042016
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