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January 23, 1892

Bequests of Medical Men to the Cause of Medical Education.—

JAMA. 1892;XVIII(4):113-114. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411080023011

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Abstract

The Johns Hopkins University library will be enriched by the bequest of the late Dr. Frank Donaldson, of Baltimore, of his collection of laryngological and clinical works, over two thousand volumes in all.

Under the will of the late Dr. Buckminster Brown, of Boston, the University of Harvard will receive two donations. The medical school will be offered the sum of $40,000 for the purposes of founding a chair in orthopædic surgery, which shall bear the name of the donor, and his medical books will be given to the college library.

The late Dr. Lippert, of Berlin, left to the medical faculty of the university of that capitol the sum of $4,500 for the endowment of a prize, to be competed for by advanced students in surgical pathology and hygiene.

In Vienna, the widow of Professor von Bamberger has carried out the wishes of her husband in establishing a fund,

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