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—In honor of his seventieth anniversary, a dinner was recently given Dr. Isaac N. Danforth by the Therapeutic Club.
—The cornerstone of the new Englewood Union Hospital was laid with elaborate ceremony, December 3. H. C. Staver presided, and Dr. A. P. Foss placed the stone in position. The new building will cost about $85,000, will be five stories in height, fireproof and equipped in accordance with the most advanced views.
Children's Hospital Society.
—At the annual meeting of the Children's Hospital Society Dr. Frank Billings was re-elected president, and Dr. Frank S. Churchill was elected secretary. The president in his address announced that since the organization of the society beds in children's wards in various hospitals of Chicago had increased from 290 to 450. It was proposed to establish tent sanatoria in all the small parks for the children of working mothers, where specially
Medical News. JAMA. 1906;XLVI(2):127–133. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510290047016
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