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April 13, 1895

THE STATUE OF PROFESSOR GROSS.

JAMA. 1895;XXIV(15):559. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430150029004

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Abstract

The day before the adjournment of Congress, that body passed the following public resolution:

[Public Resolution—No. 21.]

Joint resolution granting permission for the erection of a bronze statue in Washington, District of Columbia, in honor of the late Prof. Samuel D. Gross, Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Laws, Doctor of Civil Law.

Whereas, The physicians and surgeons of the United States of America have raised a fund for the erection of a bronze statue to the memory of Samuel D. Gross, Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Laws, Doctor of Civil Law, late Professor of Surgery in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, whose labors in the cause of his profession as surgeon and as author have caused his name to be respected in the civilized world as one of the benefactors of his race, and have added luster to the entire medical profession of the United States; therefore, be it

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