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Damage by Fire.
—The offices of Drs. Thomas F. Robinson, Lucian A. Spencer and Hanby, Bessemer, were badly damaged by fire November 17.
Emergency Hospital Opened.
—The Montgomery Emergency Hospital, which is said to be one of the finest and best equipped institutions in the South, has been opened to receive six negroes suffering from smallpox.
—Dr T. Miles Leatherwood and family have returned to Tuscaloosa from an extended stay in Denver.—Dr. and Mrs. Rhett Good, Mobile, have returned from Detroit.— Dr. Gaston J. Griel has been elected city physician of Montgomery.—Dr William G. Harrison and daughter, Talladega, have returned from Europe.
Hospital Threatened by Fire.
—The State Lunatic Asylum, Little Rock, was in danger November 25 from fire which broke out in the laundry of the institution.
Fifth District Meeting.
—The Fifth Councilor District Medical Society met in Camden November 9, and after a literary program
Medical News. JAMA. 1905;XLV(24):1806–1811. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510240038011
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