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Born January 1, 1890, in Odessa, Russia. Gradu-
ate of Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery,
1914. Practice: surgery. Member associated staff,
Frances Willard Hospital, 1916 to date. Attending
surgeon, West End Hospital, 1920 to date. County
physicians staff, Chicago, since 1920. Married Flor-
ence Siegal, 1913 at Chicago. Member of American
Medical Association. Associations of Military Sur-
geons and B. P. O. E. Military Service: Captain
Medical Corps, U. S. A., 86th Division, 341st In-
fantry; Surgeon, 3rd Battalion. Residence, 1223
South Halsted Street, Chicago.





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SAMUEL S. EPSTEIN



WILLIAM GEORGE EPSTEIN

Born September 27, 1888, in Chicago. Graduate of
Loyola University, 1906, A. B.; University of Illinois
College of Medicine, 1910. Practice: general and
surgery. Staff member at St. Bernard's Hospital.
Attending physician at Chicago Municipal Tubercu-
losis Sanitarium, 1912-15. Married Florence Virginia
Simpson, November 10, 1920, at Wheaton, 111. Mem-
ber of American Medical Association; also Knights
of Columbus, Catholic Order of Foresters, Chi Zeta
Chi and St. Ignatius College Alumni Association.
Military Service: 1st Lieut., M. C, U. S. A.; 1918.
Residence, 6600 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago.



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WILLIAM GEORGE EPSTEIN



JOHN HENRY EVANS

Born December 11, 1885, in Chicago. Graduate of
University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1908.
Post-graduate course at Illinois Post-Graduate Medi-
cal School, 1910. Practice: surgery. Attending sur-
geon at West Side Hospital at present. Professor
clinical surgery at Loyola University School of
Medicine, 1917 to date. Instructor in physical diag-
nosis at University of Illinois College of Medicine,
1910-11. Married Camille M. Boileau September 23,
1912, at Chicago. President, West Side Branch, Chi-
cago Medical Society, 1921-22. Member of Ameri-
can Medical Association; Phi Rho Sigma; Masonic,
K. T., and Shrine. Author of "Early Empyema."
Military service: Captain, M. C., U. S. A. (19
months). Residence, 5507 Quincy Street, Chicago.




JOHN HENRY EVANS



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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF CHICAGO




WILLIAM AUGUSTUS EVANS

Born August 5, 1865, in Marion, 'Ala. Graduate of
Medical Department of Tulane University of Louis-
iana, 1885. Practice: preventive medicine, writing.
Health Editor, Chicago Tribune, 1911 to date. Pro-
fessor of preventive medicine at Northwestern Uni-
versity Medical School, 1908 to date. Health Com-
missioner, Chicago, 1907-11. Married Ida May Wil-
kerson in November, 1907, at Chicago. Member of
American Medical and American Public Health as-
sociations. Residence, 2319 Commonwealth Avenue,
Chicago.



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WILLIAM AUGUSTUS EVANS



FRED F. FAIR

Born June 19, 1883, in Chicago. Graduate of
Northwestern University Medical School, 1905.
Practice: general medicine and surgery. Member of
surgical staff at Englewood Hospital. Member of
house staff at Mercy Hospital, 1905-07. Married
Helen Emery December 26, 1912, at Beddefprd,
Maine. Member of American Medical Association;
also Masonic Orders, 32nd Degree, and Shrine.
Residence. 1640 East Sixty-eighth Street, Chicago.




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FEED F. FAIR




THOMAS FAITH

Born November 25, 1871, in Hancock, Md. Gradu-
ate of College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago,
1893. Interne at Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear
Infirmary, 1893-94. Practice: eye, ear, nose and
throat. Oculist and aurist to South Shore Hospital,
November, 1920, to date, and to St. Anthony's Hos-
pital, 1900 to date. Married Amelia A. Fettig in
1895 at Milwaukee, Wis. Member of American
Medical Association, Chicago Ophthalmological
(president, 1911), and Chicago Laryngological and
Otological societies, American Academy of Ophthal-
mology and Oto-Laryngology and Association for
Study of Internal Secretions; also Illini Club of Chi-
cago and Windsor Shore Club. Author of "Inter-
stitial Keratitis, Excited by Trauma," "Papilloma of
Conjunctiva Healed by X-ray," "Pseudo Optic Neu-
ritis," "Observations on Ocular Tuberculosis," and
numerous other papers. Military service: Member
of Medical Advisory Board No. 31. Residence, 6945
Chappel Avenue, Chicago.



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THOMAS FAITH



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF CHICAGO



497



JACOB FALTERMAYER

Born June 13, 1875, in Germany. Graduate of Uni-
versity of Michigan, 1905, and Chicago College of
Medicine and Surgery, 1909. Practice: general and
orificial surgery. Married Else Klingholz June 23,
1909, at Manitowoc, Wis. Member of Masonic Or-
ders. Residence, 4030 North Paulina Street, Chicago.





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JACOB FALTERMAYER



FRANK JOHN FARA

Born April 11, 1881, in Chicago. Graduate of Uni-
versity of Illinois College of Medicine, 1905. Post-
graduate course at Vienna General Hospital, 1909-10,
and at Prague General Hospital, 1910. Practice:
general. Attending physician at St. Anthony's Hos-
pital, 1911 to date. Clinical assistant at College of
Physicians and Surgeons (University of Illinois),
1906-11. Married Julia M. Tupy November 21, 1906,
at Chicago. Member of American Medical Associa-
tion and Bohemian Medical Society; also Lawndale
Lodge, A. F. & A. M.; Modern Woodmen; Court
of Honor; Bohemia Club, and North American
Union. Residence, 3341 West Twenty-sixth Street,
Chicago.



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FRANK JOHN FARA



JOSEPH FARINA

Born January 9, 1886, in Villalba, Italy. Graduate
of Loyola University School of Medicine, 1913.
Post-graduate course at American Hospital, 1922.
Practice: general. Married Yolanda Donati at
Waukegan, 111. Member of Italian Medical Society.
Residence, 1310 Winnemac Avenue, Chicago.




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JOSEPH FARINA



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P. J. H. FARRELL



P. J. H. FARRELL

Born March 18, 1863, in India. Graduate of Uni-
versity of Louisville (Kentucky School of Medicine),
1892. Post-graduate work in England, France and Germany.
Practice: ophthalmology. Consultant at Cook County Hospital.
Ophthalmologist at St. Joseph's, Sheridan Park and Cook County
hospitals. Adjunct professor at College of Physicians and Sur-
geons, San Francisco, 1896-1901. Associate professor at Uni-
versity of California Policlinic, 1894-1900; profesor and head of
department, Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, 1901-15.
Married Edna Clare Greatsinger in 1896 at Duluth, Minn. Fel-
low of American Medical Association ; member American Acad-
emy of Ophthalmo'ogy and Oto-Laryngology, Chicago Laryn-
gological Society ; Fellow of American College of Surgeons ; also
member Army and Navy Club (ex-president) ; Chicago Athletic
Association ; Army and Navy Club, Washington, D. C. ; Veteran
of Spanish - American - Philippine - China Wars (Commander-in-
Chief) ; Commander Chicago Medical Post, The American Legion
and Commander Military Order of World War (American and
Allied Officers). Author of "Asthma as a Result of Naal Ob-
struction," "Reflex Asthma," "Asthma, Treatment and Cure in
My Own Case," "Massacre of the Tonsils," "A Simplified Opera-
tion for Correcting Strabismus," "Squint Operations," and "First
Aid in War and Peace." Military Service : Lieutenant, Captain,
Major, Colonel and brevet Brigadier-General of Cavalry ; Lieu-
tenant, Captain, Major and Colonel, M. C. ; Egyptian, Soudan,
Chilean, Sioux Indian, Spanish-American-Philippine and World
wars ; Commanding Officer Advance Sector Hospital, Verdun
Front, A. E. F., France. Organizer and first Chief Scout, Ameri-
can Boy Scouts. Residence, 1338 North Dearborn Street, Chi-
cago.



LOUIS FAULKNER

Born July 17, 1873, in Chicago. Graduate of Chi-
cago Homeopathic College, 1896. Chicago College
Physicians and Surgeons, 1904. Post graduate course
New York Post Graduate School, 1907. New York
Lying-in Hospital, 1906-08. Practice: general and
obstetrics. Formerly on staff St. Anne's, Oak Park,
and Garfield Park Hospitals. Married Mildred Frink,
January 29, 1921, at Chicago. Member American Medi-
cal Association; Mason, Medinah Temple, Shriners,
Oak Park Country Club, Colonial Club of Oak Park.
Military service: Examining physician for 80th dis-
trict. Residence, 334 North Parkside Avenue, Chi-
cago.



JOHN FAVILL




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JOHN FAVILL



Born September 9, 1886, in Madison, Wis. Gradu-
ate of Yale University, 1909, A. B.; Harvard Uni-
versity Medical School, 1913. Interne at Massa-
chusetts General Hospital, 1913-14. Practice: internal
medicine, neurology and psychiatry. Attending neu-
rologist at Cook County Hospital; assistant neurolo-
gist at St. Luke's Hospital; psychiatrist at Institute
for Juvenile Research, 1920 to date; assistant phy-
sician at St. Luke's Hospital, 1916-20. Instructor in
neurology at Rush Medical College, 1921 to date;
assistant in medicine at Rush Medical College, 1915-
20. Married Rhea Stalcup June 20, 1917, at New
York City. Member of American Medical and
American Psychiatric associations; Chicago Neuro-
logical Society; Institute of Medicine of Chicago;
Association for the Study of Internal Secretions;
Society for the Promotion of the Study of Dementia
Praecox, and American Association for the Advance-
ment of Science; University, City, Saddle and Cycle
and Chicago Yacht clubs, Yale Club of New York
City, National Dairy Association and American
Legion. Author of "Voluntary Acceleration of the
Rate of the Heart Beat." Military Service: Captain,
M. C., U. S. A., A. E. F., July, 1918. to June, 1919,
Base Hospitals No. 14 and No. 120. Residence, 3202
Sheridan Road, Chicago.



499



ALFRED L. FEIN

Born December 28, 1888, in Dvinsk, Russia. Grad-
uate of Loyola University School of Medicine, 1917.
Practice: general. Married Rose Kissin at New York,
N. Y. Member of American Medical Association;
also Masonic Orders. Residence, 1610 West Roose-
velt Road, Chicago.




ALFRED L. FEIN

C. GURNEE FELLOWS




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C. GURNEE FELLOWS



Born April 27, 1863, in Milwaukee, Wis. Graduate
of Hahnemann Medical College, 1885. Post-graduate
work in Vienna, Paris, London, Halle, Freiberg and
Berlin in 1888-89-97-1903-10. Practice: eye, ear, nose
and throat. Senior attending surgeon, eye and ear,
at Hahnemann Hospital, 1900-20. Senior professor
of ophthalmology and otology at Hahnemann Medi-
cal College, 1900-20. Married Angie Woodard in
April, 1886, at Appleton, Wis. Fellow of American
College of Surgeons; member of American Medical
and Illinois State Homeopathic Medical Associations,
American Academy of Ophthalmology and Oto-
Laryngology, American Institute of Homeopathy,
Chicago Homeopathic Society and American Homeo-
pathic Ophthalmological, Otological and Laryngo-
logical Society (president, 1902), also Union League
of Chicago, Chicago Athletic Association, Sons of
American Revolution, Phi Beta Kappa and South
Shore Country Club. Author of "The Eye in Child-
hood," "Use and Abuse of Prisms," "Naso-Ocular
Affections," "Ocular Manifestations of Urinary Dis-
eases," "Ocular Massage," "Ophthalmia Neona-
torum," "Modern Treatment of External Eye Dis-
eases," "Clinical Cases of Cataract and Convergent
Strabismus," etc. Military service: Assistant medi-
cal examiner; attending Red Cross ophthalmologist.
Residence, 4820 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago.



W. ZACHARY FELSHER

Born June 6, 1886, in Russia. Graduate of Chicago
College of Medicine and Surgery, 1917. Practice:
general. Interne Grant Hospital of Chicago, 1917-
1918. Member of American Medical Association.
First Lieutenant, M. C., U. S. A. Residence, 852
North Oakley Boulevard.




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W. ZACHARY FELSHER



500



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF CHICAGO




ALLAN HARVEY FERGUSON

Born January 28, 1884, in Plainfield, 111. Graduate
of Hahnemann Medical Cellege, 1913. Practice:
general. Associate staff member at Columbus
Memorial Hospital. Adjunct professor of surgery at
Hahnemann Medical College. Member of Illinois
State Homeopathic Society, Chicago Homeopathic
Society and Association of Military Surgeons of the
United States, also Masonic Lodge and American
Legion. Military service: Operating surgeon, Post
Hospital, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.; Captain, M. R. C.,
U. S. A. Residence, 601 Diversey Parkway, Hotel
Bentmere, Chicago.



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ALLAN HARVEY FERGUSON



ROY RALPH FERGUSON

Born September 12, 1878, in Kellogg, Iowa. Grad-
uate of Rush Medical College, 1903, followed by spe-
cial work at same college. Practice: medicine and
surgery. Attending pediatrician at Cook County
Hospital, 1910-12, Chicago Lying-in Hospital and
Dispensary, 1903-04. Associate in pediatrics at Rush
Medical College, 1904-08. Assistant instructor at
Loyola University School of Medicine, 1908-12.
Married Golde A. Edgerton September 17, 1907, at
Hastings, Neb. Member of American Medical As-
sociation; secretary, Milk. Commission, and Coun-
cilor, Chicago Medical Society; Councilor, Illinois
State Medical Society;' Lion's Club of Chicago;
Mason, Shrine, Medinah Temple and American
Legion. Military Service: Spanish American War,
10 months' service; Major M. C. World War,
1917-1919 (one year in France). Residence, 3925
North Keeler Avenue, Chicago.




ROY RALPH FERGUSON




VINCENT FILETTI

Born March 31, 1891, in Chicago. Graduate of
Loyola University School of Medicine, 1918. Interne
at Columbus Hospital, 1918-19. Married Angeline
Moles January 23, 1920, at Chicago. Member of
American Medical Association and Italian Medical
Society, also Knights of Columbus. Military service:
1st Lieutenant, M. R. C., U. S. A. Residence, 2001
West Ohio Street, Chicago.



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VINCENT FILETTI



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF CHICAGO



501



EPHRAIM K. FINDLAY

Born March 6, 1870, in Carleton Place, Ontario,
Can. Graduate of Manitoba University Medical De-
partment, C. M. and M. D., 1893. Practice: eye and
ear. Ophthalmologist at Cook County Hospital, 1920
to date; chief of executive staff and surgeon, eye
department, Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirm-
ary, 1914 to date. Adjunct professor of ophthal-
mology at University of Illinois College of Medicine,
1913-17. Married Irene Nelson in 1913 at Chicago.
Member of American Medical Association; Fellow
of American College of Surgeons and member Chi-
cago Opthalmological Society (president, 1921-22),
also Chicago Athletic Association, Flossmoor Coun-
try Club and Masonic Orders. Military service:
Major, M. C., U. S. A., active service from June,
1917, to December, 1919. Residence, 7224 Coles Ave-
nue, Chicago.




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KPHRAIM K. FINDLAY




THOMAS FRANCIS FINEGAN

Born September 23, 1888, in Chicago. Graduate of
Northwestern University Medical School, 1910.
Practice: specializing in genito-urinary and skin.
Interne Michael Reese Hospital, 1910-12. Assistant
professor genito-urinary department of Loyola Uni-
versity School of Medicine, 1919 to date. Member
of Chicago Urological and American Urological so-
cieties; Press Club of Chicago and Alpha Kappa
Kappa fraternity, Army and Navy Club and Ameri-
can Legion. Military service: Captain M. C., U. S.
A., A. E. F. December 1917 to July 1919, Base Hos-
pital No. 66, Neuf Chateau, France, and Chief Urolo-
gist American Embarkation Center, Le Mans,
France. Residence, 6114 Rhodes Avenue, Chicago.



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THOMAS FRANCIS FINEGAN



A. HAMILTON FINK

Born July 20, 1880, in New York, N. Y. Graduate
of Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, 1916.
Post-graduate work at National Medical University
of Chicago, 1916. Practice: general surgery. Asso-
ciate surgeon at St. Francis Hospital, Blue Island, 111.,
1920 to date and at Englewood Hospital, 1919-20.
Member of Chicago Health Department. 1917-18.
Me Tiber of American Medical Association, Calumet
Medical Society; also B. P. O. E. Military Service:
1918-19. Residence, 1262 West 103rd Street, Chicago.




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A. HAMILTON FINK



502



FHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF CHICAGO




CLARK WYLIE FINNERUD

Born April 3, 1895, in Watcrtown, So. Dak. Gradu-
ate of University of Wisconsin, 1916, B. S. Graduate
of Rush Medical College, 1918. Practice: derma-
tology and syphilis. Assistant attending dermatolo-
gist at Children's Memorial Hospital, 1919 to date.
Resident staff at Presbyterian Hospital of the City
of Chicago, 1918-19. Associate instructor in derma-
tology at Rush Medical College 1919 to date. Mar-
ried Gertrude Delight Putnam, February 28, 1922,
Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Member of American Medical
Association; Quadrangle Club of University of Chi-
cago; Nu Sigma Nu, Chi Psi and Sigma Sigma fra-
ternities. Author of "A Clinical, Histological and
Bacteriological Study of Multiple Benign Sarcoid of
Boeck-Darier-Ronsay." Military Service: M. R. C.
Residence 5522 Cornell Avenue, Chicago.



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CLARK WYLIE FINNERUD



CHARLES EDUARD MAX FISCHER
Born August 15, 1881, in New York, N. Y. Grad-
uate of College of Physicians and Surgeons (Uni-
versity of Illinois), 1907. Special course at Royal Microscopical
Society, London, Eng., 1904, F. R. M. S. Practice: diagnosis,
consultations, bacteriology and pathology, physiological and patho-
logical chemistry, medico-legal, toxicology and post-mortems,
serology and vaccine therapy.- Consulting pathologist at Ameri-
can Hospital, 1920 to date ; Director and pathologist to Chicago
Diagnostic Board, 1920 to date; President and Director of the
Fischer Laboratories, Inc., 1916 to date; Director-in-Cmef,, to
the Medico- Legal Laboratories, 1918 to date; Director Medical
Research Department at the Columbus Laboratories, 1907-16.
Professor Clinical Diagnosis, 1919 to date, and junior dean, 1921
to date, at Chicago Medical School; Microscopist and chemist,
1899-1904 Western Electric Co., and Director of Laboratory,
1900-04; Professor of Microscopy and Instructor in Botany, Zoo-
o!ogy, and Biology, at Harvey Medica| College, 1900-03 ; Asso-
ciate Professor of Medical Biology, Histology and Embryology
at College of Physicians and Surgeons (University of Illinois),
1905-11; Professor of Histology at Illinois Dental College, 1907-
09 ; Professor Pediatrics at Illinois Post-Graduate Medical Col-
lege, 1908-10, and Professor Chemistry, Physiology and Physio-
logical Chemistry, 1906-18, Toxicol, 1915; Clinical Diagnostician,
1912-15, and junior dean, 1917-18, Jenner Medical College; Medi-
cal Inspector, 1907-11, and Director Typhoid Bureau, 1912, City
of Chicago. Married Ella Henrietta Schirmer, July 24, 1909, at
Chicago. Fellow American Medical Association, Member Ger-
man Medical Society of Chicago, Physicians' Fellowship Club,
Associated Medical Laboratories of Chicago and Chicago Diag-
nostics Board ; also American Association Advancement of Sci-
ence ; life and charter member Illinois State Academy Science;
Illinois Microscopical Society, Press Club of Chicago, A. F. &
A. M., Ashlar Lodge No. 308, and Alpha Phi Mu Fraternity,
Royal League, etc. Author of "Lectures and Outlines of Medi-
cal Biology," "Lectures and Outlines of Human Embryology"
and papers on various individual subjects in diagnosis, etc.
Residence, 922 Dakin Street, Chicago.




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CHARLES EDUARD MAX FISCHER




CLARENCE G. FISCHER

Born October 22, 1892, in Peoria, 111. Graduate of
St. Viator College, 1913, A. B.; Rush Medical College,
1920. Practice: internal medicine. Resident physician
at Cook County Hospital, 1921 to date. Interne at
Cook County Hospital, 1920-21, and at Presbyterian
Hospital, 1919. Instructor in medicine at Rush
Medical College, 1920 to date. Member of American
Medical Association; Nu Sigma Nu and Beta Theta
Pi fraternities. Military Service: Medical Enlisted
Reserve Corps and Student Army Training Corps.
Residence, Cook County Hospital, Chicago.



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CLARENCE G. FISCHER



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF CHICAGO



503



WALTER D. FISCHER

Born December 19, 1878, in Cincinnati, O. Grad-
uate of Oberlin College, 1900, A. B.; Wheaton Col-
lego, 1900, Honorary A. B.; Rush Medical College,
1904. Internship at German (now Grant) Hospital,
1904-05. Practice: industrial surgery and general. For-
mer associate on staffs of Alexian Brothers and
Passavant Hospitals. Married Maza D. Osborne,
April 2, 1914, at Chicago. Member of American
Medical Association, Passavant Hospital Medical
Society and Society of Industrial Surgeons; Illinois
Athletic Club and City Club of Chicago. Military
Service: Volunteered but not called. Residence,
707 Cornelia Avenue, Chicago.





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WALTER D. FISCHER



EGON WALTER FISCHMANN

Born March 21, 1884, in Prague, Bohemia. Grad-
uate of Rush Medical College, 1906. Practice: gyne-
cology and obstetrics. Gynecologist at Grant Hos-
pital at present. Assistant professor in gynecology
at University of Illinois and at Chicago Policlinic.
Fellow of American College of Surgeons and mem-
ber of American Medical Association, German Med-
ical Society; Mason. Residence, 6310 Magnolia Ave-
nue, Chicago.



EGON WALTER FISCHMANN



ALBERT SYLVESTER FISH

Born in Indiana, 1863. Graduated in medicine in
1896 and 1898. For twenty-six years a teacher in
different medical schools in Chicago as instructor
in histology, biology, physiology and the practice of
medicine. Married Helen T. Walker in 1894 at Cin-
cinnati, O. Author of a booklet of poems. Resi-
dence, 4021 North Harding Avenue, Chicago.




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ALHERT SYLVESTER FISH



504.



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF CHICAGO




ERLE FRANKLIN FISHER

Born November 21, 1883, in Cairo, Ky. Graduate
of Loyola University School of Medicine, 1912.
Post-graduate course at New York Post-Graduate
Hospital, 1920. Practice: general. Member of aux-
iliary staff at Alexian Brothers Hospital; house phy-
sician at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, 1912-13. Health
officer of Chicago, 1916. Married Rose Martinek, Jan-
uary 2, 1909, at Geneva, 111. Member of American
Medical Association and Society of Military Sur-
geons, also Brotherhood Lodge No. 986, A. F. &
A. M., Corinthian Chapter No. 65, St. Bernard Com-
mandery No. 35, Chicago Council R. & S. M., Mystic
Shrine, Medinah Temple, Royal League, Vernon
Council, and member of Press Club of Chicago and
American Legion. Military Service: Captain, M. C.,
1st Division, A. E. F., May 27, 1917, to May 27,
1919. Residence, 118 East Grand Avenue, Chicago.



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ERLE FRANKLIN FISHER



DAVID FISKE

Born April 7, 1872, in Shelburne, Mass. Graduate
of Rush Medical College, 1900. Post-graduate work
in Berlin and Vienna, 1901-02. Practice: eye, ear,
nose and throat. Attending Otologist, Chicago
Policlinic Hospital, 1902-20. Attending Oto-Laryn-
gologist, Children's Memorial Hospital, .1902 to date.
Consulting Oto-Laryngologist, Marine Hospital. of
Chicago, 1921 to date. Assistant Professor Otology,
Rush Medical College, 1902 to date. Married Mary
Brush Hinman, November 9, 1909, at Chicago. Mem-
ber of American Medical Association, American Col-
lege of Surgeons, Chicago Ophthalmological .So-
ciety and Chicago Oto-Laryngological Society; also
University Club of Chicago, Glen View Golf Club
and Illinois Athletic Club. Military Service: Local
and Advisory Boards. Residence, 1005 Hinman
Avenue, Evanston.




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DAVID FISKE




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GILBERT FITZ-PATRICK



GILBERT FITZ-PATRICK



Born January 19, 1873, in Washingtonville, O.
Graduate of Chicago Homeopathic Medical College,

1896. Post-graduate work at Dublin, Glasgow, London, Dres-
den, Berlin and Vienna, 1903 ; and at Boston, New York, Phila-
delphia and Baltimore. Practice : obstetric surgery. Staff mem-
ber in obstetrical department at Hahnemann, Henrotin and Illi-
nois Masonic hospitals. Attending obstetrician at Cook County
Hospital, 1903-14. Professor of obstetrics, 1904-14, and head of
department, 1914-21, Hahnemann Medical College and Hospi-
tal. Member of Medical Examining Board, State of Illinois,
1921 to date. Married Elizabeth Sanford, May 1, 1913, at Chi-
cago. Member of American Medical Association, American Insti-
tute of Homeopathy, Fellow of American College of Surgeons,
member Illinois Homeopathic Medical Association, Chicago
Homeopathic Medical Society; life member Art Institute;
member Chicago Athletic Association, Glen View Golf Club,
Army and Navy Club, Washington, D. C. ; Mason, 32nd De-
gree ; American Legion. Author of Monogram, "Management
of Labor and Deformity of the Pelvis," "Cesarean Section,"
"Inversio-Uteri," "A Study of the Pelvic Floor During the
Second Stage of Labor and the Application Thereto of the



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