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October 17, 1896

Medical and Dental Colleges of the West. Historic and Biographic, Illustrated in photogravure and steel.

JAMA. 1896;XXVII(16):875. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430940045013

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This is the Chicago volume and only one published of a series in which the other western cities are to take their turn. So far as we can judge the work has been committed to trustworthy hands. The history of Rush Medical College was written by Prof. Norman Bridge and Dr. John Edwin Rhodes; the Northwestern Medical College by Prof. S. J. Jones; the Woman's Medical School by Prof. Marie J. Mergler; the College of Physicians and Surgeons by Profs. D. A. K. Steele and William E. Quine; the Chicago College of Dental Surgery by Prof. Truman W. Brophy; the Northwestern University Dental School by Prof. Edgar D. Swain; the Chicago Policlinic by Prof. Truman W. Miller; the Post-Graduate Medical School by Prof. W. Franklin Coleman; Harvey Medical College by Prof. Frances Dickinson, and other schools sectarian in character by those of their own sect. In addition to the school

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