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May 8, 1897


JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(19):906-907. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440190044028

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Dulaney L. Washburne, M.D., of Louisville, an alumnus and prosector of the University of Louisville is the subject of a warm tribute in the American Practitioner and News, April 3. He was born in Jefferson County, near Louisville, in 1855. He received his literary education in the public schools of that city. In 1880 he began the study of medicine under Prof. H. A. Cottell. As a student his progress was exceptionally rapid, and at the time of his graduation his rank was far above the average. He immediately found employment as assistant in the clinics of the University and teacher in the sub department. He served as assistant to Prof. John A. Ouchterlony in the medical clinic till 1886, when he was appointed prosector to the chair of anatomy and quiz master under Prof. J. M. Bodine. Here his proficiency, learning and energy found full scope and profitable exercise.

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