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November 19, 1898


JAMA. 1898;XXXI(21):1199-1200. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450210001001

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MEMORIAL ADDRESS ON THE DEATH OF DR. I. N. QUIMBY,  CHAIRMAN OF THE SECTION ON STATE MEDICINE,BY CHAS. H. SHEPARD, M.D.CHAIRMAN PRO TEM. BROOKLYN, N. Y.The loss of our Chairman, Dr. Isaac N. Quimby of New Jersey at a time when we were expecting so much from him, is a heavy blow.Dr. Quimby was one who impressed all favorably at first sight, but a closer acquaintance more distinctly revealed his noble qualities. His genial manner and forcible way of presenting whatever he had to say, whether in public debate or in the private circle, won for him a host of friends.Born Aug. 5, 1831, and educated in New Jersey, he early turned his attention to the medical field of his native State, graduating in 1859, from the University College of New York, the second in his class, with a special certificate of honor. Upon the

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