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August 17, 1907

Medical News

JAMA. 1907;XLIX(7):608-614. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530070078016

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In Memory of Killebrew.  —The Mobile County Medical Society held a special memorial meeting July 27 in honor of its late president, Dr. James B. Killebrew, and passed resolutions setting forth the sterling qualities of the deceased and the loss sustained by his death.

New College Building.  —The contract for the erection of an addition to the east wing of the building of the Medical Department of the University of Alabama, Mobile, has been let. The last legislature appropriated $15,000 for the remodeling of the old building and the erection of the addition. The work will begin at an early date.

Typhoid.  —An epidemic of typhoid is said to exist at Tuskegee Normal School, where 27 cases, with 2 deaths, have been reported.—Dr. Robert B. Harkness, health officer of Birmingham, reported to the Jefferson County Medical Society July 29, that, while there were a number of cases of typhoid

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