Columbia University.

Catalogue (Volume 1902/1903) online

. (page 1 of 55)
Online LibraryColumbia UniversityCatalogue (Volume 1902/1903) → online text (page 1 of 55)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


~ - - < >, .;



a



Jtefoa



Columbia (Bntoe&ttp
httijeCttpoOtogork



College of ^Pfjpgtctans anb H>urgeons




Digitized by the Internet Archive

in 2010 with funding from

Open Knowledge Commons



http://www.archive.org/details/catalogue1902colu




BARNARD




r-.-_.zzL .



W. IZO 73 STREET








THE 3REEN






_^_\\\___


^€^





W. II 9 m 5IREE



>




rHE QUADRANGLE





W jiff" STftt'f



W 117- STR EP



>Tf\tT1



:..-. Mm D0T7CD LINES



-_.. . ." the buildings and grounds
columbia university.




©olmnbia WLnimvsity
9 in tht ©itij of few ^ovk



CATALOGUE



i 902- i 903








3000 — January, '03



CONTENTS



PAGE

Trustees ........... * x

Standing Committees ...... x

University Council xi

Officers of Administration ....... xii

Officers of Instruction ....... i

Emeritus Officers .......... 12

Advisory Committee on Art 12

General Statement 13

Admission 17

Women . . . . . . . • • 17

Auditors 18

Matriculation, Registration, and Enrolment ... 18

Withdrawal .......... 19

Fees 19

Students' Expenses 23

Committee on Employment for Students .... 24

Appointment Committees . . . . . • • 2 5
Fellowships, Scholarships, and Other Provision for the

Assistance and Reward of Students .... 26

In General ......... 26

Columbia College 35

School of Law ......... 40

School of Medicine . . . . . . . • 4 1

Schools of Mines, Chemistry, Engineering, and Architec-
ture .......... 45

School of Political Science 47

Special Funds ......... 49

Privileges in Other Institutions Open to Students of

Columbia University 55

Public Lectures ......... 56

The Library . . . . . . . . . 56

The Gymnasium ......... 58

Student Organizations 59

Public Worship and Religious Work ..... 59

Earl Hall . . 60

Departments of Instruction ....... 61



IV



CONTENTS



Anatomy ........


PAGE
6l


Anthropology






65


Architecture






66


Astronomy






69


Botany .






72


Chemistry


.




78


Civil Engineering






83


Clinical instruction, courses in Dermatology, Genito-




urinary Diseases, Laryngology, Ophthalmology




Orthopaedic Surgery, and Otology .


87


Comparative Literature .....




90


Diseases of Children




92


Economics and Social Science




92


Education .......




96


Electrical Engineering .....




100


English ........




104


Geology ........




107


Germanic Languages and Literatures




108


Greek ........




113


Gynecology .......




us


History and Political Philosophy




116


Latin ...




119


Law ........




122


Municipal or Private Law




122


Public Law and Jurisprudence




123


Materia Medica and Therapeutics .




125


Mathematics .....




125


Mechanical Engineering






128


Mechanics






135


Metallurgy






138


Mineralogy






140


Mining






143


Music






147


Neurology






149


Obstetrics






149


Oriental Languages






150


Chinese






iS°


Indo-Iranian Languages




151


Semitic Languages ....




153


Pathology, Including Normal Histology, Bacteriology, anc


.


Hygiene, Clinical Pathology, and Photomicrography


157


Philosophy and Psychology .....


160


Physics ........




165


Physiological Chemistry .....




168


Physiology




169


Practice of Medicine






172



CONTENTS


V




PAGE


Romance Languages and Literatures


173


Surgery .........


179


Zoology .........


l8l


Entrance Examinations .......


185


Regulations for the University Degrees


202


Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy


202


Master of Laws .......


207


Columbia College


209


Officers and Standing Committees of the Faculty


209


The Faculty


209


Admission ........


2 11


Certificates in Lieu of Entrance Examinations


212


Report of Entrance Examinations


212


Admission to Advanced Standing


2I 3


Special Students ......


213


Entrance Conditions and Probation


214


Matriculation, Registration, and Enrolment


215


Course of Study .......


21S


Prescribed Studies .....


216


Elective Studies ......


217


Graduation Thesis .....


217


Teachers College Diploma ....


218


Examinations in Course ....


2IS


Proficiency and Deficiency ....


219


General Honors ......


220


Departmental Honors .....


220


Honorable Dismission .....


221


Register of Students ......


222


School of Law


23I


Officers of Instruction and Government .


2 3 X


Purposes of the School ......


23I


Course of Instruction ......


232


Practice Courts ......


234


Requirements for Admission


234


Advanced Standing .....


234


Special Students ......


234


Examinations ......


235


Degrees and Certificates .....


235


Register of Students ......


237


School of Medicine (College of Physicians and Surgeons)


246


Officers of the Faculty ......


246


The Faculty


246


General Statement .......


247


Vanderbilt Clinic ......


248


Sloane Maternity Hospital ....


249


Requirements for Admission . . . .


249



VI



CONTENTS



Course of Study ....

Clinics at the Vanderbilt Clinic

Hospital Clinics
Board ......

Correspondence ....

Examinations and Standing

Exemption from Physics and General Chemistry

Admission to Advanced Standing
Requirements for Graduation .
Degree of Master of Arts
Register of Students
Schools op Mines, Chemistry, Engineering, and Architec
ture ....
Officers of the Faculty
Standing Committees
The Faculty .
University Courses .
Professional Courses

Modifications of Regular Courses
Admission .....

Certificates in Lieu of Exa min ation

Report of Entrance Examinations

Admission to Advanced Standing

Special Students .
By-Laws ....

Exam in ations and Standing

Memoirs and S umm er Work

Special Students

Laboratories and Drawing-Rooms

Elective Courses Open to Students in the College

Excursions ....

Summer Courses .

Equipment and Collections .

Chemical and Assay Apparatus
Outline of Professional Courses of Study
Register of Students
School of Architecture ....
General Statement ....
Admission .....

Special Students and Auditors
Degrees ......

Equipment .....

Outline of professional Courses of Study
Register of Students
Faculty of Political Science .
Officers of Instruction



CONTENTS




Vll


PAGE


Other Officers • 3°7


General Statement ....




3°7


Admission and Attendance ....




308


Admission to Other Courses ....




3°9


Candidates for a Degree ....




309


Courses of Instruction .....




3°9


Seminars ......




310


Faculty of Philosophy ......




3"


Officers of the Faculty ....




3ii


General Statement ....




312


Admission and Attendance




3i3


Courses of Study and Research




3i4


Faculty of Pure Science .....




3i5


Officers of the Faculty ....




3i5


General Statement ....




316


Special Regulations of the Faculty




3 l6


Special Students ....




3i7


Courses of Study .....




3i7


Register of Students under the Faculties of


Political




Science, Philosophy, and Pure Science




3i9


Barnard College ......




349


Trustees






349


Officers of Administration






349


Faculty ....






35°


Other Officers of Instruction






35i


General Statement






35 1


Admission






354


On Certificates






355


Report of Entrance Examinations




35 6


To Advanced Standing




357


Special Students .....




357


Scholarships and Prizes




358


Register of Students ....




362


Teachers College ......




369


Trustees ......




3 6 9


Officers of Administration




3 6 9


The Faculty




37°


Other Officers .....




37°


Officers of Teachers College Schools




37i


General Statement ....




• 373


Buildings and Equipment




• 374


Register of Students ....




376


Summer Session ......




• 396


Administrative Board ....




• 39 6


The Faculty ...




• 396


Other Instructors






• 397



Vlll CONTENTS

PAGE

General Statement . . . . . . . -397

Register of Students . . . . . . .398

University Bibliography 443

Official Publications ....... 443

Columbia University Press ...... 444

Serial Studies and Contributions Issued from the Univer-
sity 445

Journals ......... 449

Student Publications . . . . . . -453

Degrees Conferred during 1901-1902 ..... 455

Fellows and Scholars 468

Barnard College ........ 472

Teachers College 473

Awards op Prizes and Honors, 1902 475

Directory of Officers 479

Directory of Students 493

Summary of Officers 536

Summary of Students 536

Academic Calendar . 538

Index .... ... 539



TRUSTEES

Chairman
William C. Schermerhorn 49 "West 23d Street

Clerk
John B. Pine 63 Wall Street

Morgan Dix, S.T.D., D.C.L 27 West 25th Street

Charles A. Silliman 5 Washington Place, Troy, N. Y.

F. Augustus Schermerhorn 61 University Place

Gerard Beekman 419 Madison Avenue

Edward Mitchell 31 East 50th Street

W. Bayard Cutting 32 Nassau Street

Seth Low, LL.D 30 East 64th Street

George L. Rives 14 West 38th Street

Lenox Smith 71 Broadway

John Crosby Brown 36 East 37th Street

Henry C. Potter, D.D., LL.D. (Cantab.) 113 West 40th Street

Marvin R. Vincent, S.T.D 18 East 92d Street

George G. Wheelock, M.D 75 Park Avenue

Hermann H. Cammann 51 Liberty Street

Edward B. Coe, D.D., LL.D 42 West 52d Street

William Barclay Parsons 22 William Street

George G. DeWitt 88 Nassau Street

Francis Sedgwick Bangs 40 Wall Street

Benjamin Aymar Sands 31 Nassau Street

Abram S. Hewitt, LL.D 9 Lexington Avenue

Edward L. Trudeau, M.D Saranac Lake, N. Y.

Nicholas Murray Butler, LL.D Columbia University

Treasurer
John McLean Nash 63 Wall Street



Office of the Trustees 63 Wall Street



Standing Committees

1902

[Note. — The date after each, name indicates the expiration of term of office.fl
ON FINANCE

Mr. Bangs (1906), Chairman
Mr. Parsons (1903) Dr. Wheelock (1905), Secretary

Mr. Cutting (1904) Mr. Brown (1907)

on buildings and grounds
The President (ex-officio), Chairman
Mr. Smith (1903) Mr. W. C. Schermerhorn (1905)

Mr. Pine (1904), Secretary Mr. Sands (1907)

ON HONORS

Rev. Dr. Vincent (1903), Chairman
Mr. Silliman (1904) Mr. Brown (1906)

Mr. DeWitt (1905) Mr. Mitchell (1907)

on education

Rev. Dr. Coe (1904), Chairman
Mr. Pine (1903), Secretary Mr. Mitchell (1906)

Dr. Wheelock (1905) Mr. Bangs (1907)

Mr. W. C. Schermerhorn (ex-officio)
The President (ex-ofhcio)

on the library
The President (ex-officio), Chairman
Rev. Dr. Vincent (1904) Mr. Sands (1906)

Mr. Beekman (1905) Mr. Low (1907)

Secretary, the Librarian



UNIVERSITY COUNCIL

{Note. — The date after each name indicates the expiration of term of office.]

Prof. Butler, President (ex-officio)

From Columbia College
Prof. Van Amringe (ex-officio)
Prof. Peck (ex-officio)

From the Faculty of Law
Prof. Kirchwey (ex-officio)
Prof. Burdick (1904)

From the Faculty of Medicine
Dr. McLane (ex-officio)
Dr. Curtis (1904)

From the Faculty of Applied Science
Prof. Hutton (ex-officio)
Prof. Munroe (1904)

From the Faculty of Political Science
Prof. Burgess (ex-officio)
Prof. Munroe Smith (1904)

From the Faculty of Philosophy
Prof. Perry, Dean (ex-officio)
Prof. W. H. Carpenter (1904), Secretary of the Council

From the Facility of Pure Science
Prof. R. S. Woodward (ex-officio)
Prof. Wilson (1904)

From Barnard College
Miss Gill (ex-officio)

From Teachers College
Prof. Russell (ex-officio)
Prof. Monroe (1905)

From the Union Theological Seminary
Rev. Charles Cuthbert Hall, D.D.



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION

Nicholas Murray Butler, LL.D.,

President of the University
John W. Burgess, Ph.D., LL.D.,

Dean of the Faculty of Political Science
James W. McLane, M.D.,

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine
J. Howard Van Amringe, Ph.D., L.H.D., LL.D.,

Dean of Columbia College
Robert S. Woodward, C.E., Ph.D.,

Dean of the Faculty of Pure Science
Frederick R. Hutton, E.M., Ph.D.,

Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science
George W. Kirchwey, A.B.,

Dean of the Faculty of Law
Edward Delavan Perry, Ph.D.,

Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy
Laura D. Gill, A.M.,

Dean of Barnard College
James Earl Russell, Ph.D.,

Dean of Teachers College
Frederick P. Keppel, A.B.,

Secretary of the University
Rudolf Tombo, Jr., Ph.D.,

Registrar
Edward T. Boag,

Assistant Registrar (College of Physicians and Surgeons)
George F. Fisher,

Bursar
W. H. G. Peters,

Assistant Bursar (College of Physicians and Surgeons)
Frederick A. Goetze,

Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
Miss Anna E. H. Meyer, A.B.,

Secretary of Barnard College
Mrs. N. W. Liggett,

Bursar, Barnard College



OFFICERS OF ADMIN1STRA TION X1U

Miss Mary F. Knox,

Registrar of Barnard College
Clyde Furst, M.A.,

Secretary of Teachers College
Miss Mary C. Brush,

Registrar, Teachers College



Librarian
James H. Canfield, LL.D.

Chaplain
George R. Van De Water, D.D.

Director of the Gymnasium

Watson L. Savage, A.M., M.D.

Director of Student Organizations

Frederick A. Goetze



Secretary of Earl Hall

Josiah C. McCracken, M.D.



MEMBERS OF FACULTIES AND TEACHING STAFF

NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Phi-
losophy and Education,

PRESIDENT of the UNIVERSITY

Professors

J. Howard Van Amringe, Ph.D., L.H.D., LL.D. Professor of Mathe-
matics

*Ogden N. Rood, A.M., LL.D Professor of Physics

Charles F. Chandler, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., Sc.D. (Oxon.) .Professor

of Chemistry
John W. Burgess, Ph.D., LL.D.. . .Professor of Political Science and

Constitutional Law

Henry S. Munroe, E.M., PhD Professor of Mining

William R. Ware, LL.D Professor of Architecture

Thomas R. Price, M.A., LL.D Professor of the English Language

and Literature
Frederick R. Hutton, E.M., Ph.D.. . .Professor of Mechanical Engi-
neering

John Krom Rees, E.M., Ph.D Professor of Astronomy

Munroe Smith, A.M., J.U.D Professor of Roman Law and

Comparative Jurisprudence

John G. Curtis, M.D Professor of Physiology

George M. Tuttle, M.D Professor of Gynecology

Frank J. Goodnow, A.M., LL.D Professor of Administrative Law

Richard J. H. Gottheil, Ph.D.. .Professor of Rabbinical Literature

and the Semitic Languages
George L. Peabody, M.D. .Professor of Materia Medica and Thera-
peutics
Edwin R. A. Seligman, Ph.D. . .Professor of Political Economy and

Finance

John Francis Woodhull, Ph.D Professor of Physical Science in

Teachers College
Harry Thurston Peck, Ph.D., L.H.D. .Professor of the Latin Lan-
guage and Literature
Nicholas Murray Butler, Ph.D., LL.D.. . .Professor of Philosophy

and Education

William T. Bull, M.D Professor of Surgery

William Henry Carpenter, Ph.D Villard Professor of Germanic

Philology
* Died November 12, 1902.
I



2 OFFICERS OF IXSTRUCTIOX

M. Allen Starr, M.D., LL.D. .Professor of Diseases of the Mind and

Nervous System

Alfred D. F. Hamlin, A.M Adjunct Professor of Architecture

Alfred J. Moses, E.M., Ph.D Professor of Mineralogy

William A. Keener, LL.D Kent Professor of Law

George S. Huntington, M.D Professor of Anatomy

Herbert L. Osgood, Ph.D Professor of History

James McKeen Cattell, Ph.D Professor of Psychology

Francis M. Burdick, LL.D Dwight Professor of Law

George W. Kirchwey, A.B Nash Professor of Law

John Bassbtt Moore, LL.D Hamilton Fish Professor of Inter-
national Law and Diplomacy

Henry Fairfield Osborn, Sc.D., LL.D Da Costa Professor of

Zoology

Edward Delayan Perry, Ph.D Jay Professor of Greek

Frank. Dempster Sherman, Ph.B., Adjunct Professor of Architecture

William A. Dunning, Ph.D Professor of History

Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson, L.H.D., Ph.D. . .Professor

of Indo- Iranian Languages
Adolphe Cohn, LL.B., A.M. . . .Professor of the Romance Languages

and Literatures

George Edward Woodberry, A.B Professor of Comparative

Literature

Edmund B. Wilson, Ph.D., LL.D Professor of Zoology

James Furman Kemp, A.B., E.M Professor of Geology

Robert Peele, E.M Adjunct Professor of Mining

1 William Hallock, Ph.D Professor of Physics

Brander Matthews, D.C.L., Litt.D Professor of Dramatic

Literature
Francis B. Crocker, E.M., Ph.D . . Professor of Electrical Engineering

Michael Idyorsky Pupin. Ph.D Professor of Electro-Mechanics

Robert F. Weir, M.D Professor of Surgery

T. Mitchell Prudden, M.D., LL.D. . . .Professor of Pathology, and

Director of the Laboratories of Histology, Pathology,

Bacteriology and Hygiene, and Clinical Pathology

Franklin Thomas Baker, A.M. . . Professor of English Language and

Literature in Teachers College

William H. Burr, C.E Professor of Civil Engineering

Robert Simpson Woodward, C.E., Ph.D. . . .Professor of Mechanics

and Mathematical Physics

Henry Alfred Todd, Ph.D Professor of Romance Philology

George Rice Carpenter, A.B.. . .Professor of Rhetoric and English

Composition
Charles Earl Bikle, A.M. . . .Adjunct Professor of Mathematics in

Teachers College

F?.anklin Henry Giddings, Ph.D., LL.D Professor of Sociology

X In part on Barnard College Foundation.



OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION 3

George F. Cax?:eld, A.B., LL.B Professor of Law

Tho pi Fiske, PhD Professor of Mathematics

Harold Jacoby, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Astronomy

Edward Howard Casus, A.M. . . .Professor of History in Teachers

TMheie

t John* B. Clark, Ph.D., LL.D Professor of Political Econo my

James Rigxall Whkbubi Ph.D Professor of Greek

f Fraxx X. Cole. Ph.D

t James Harvey Robixsox, Ph.D Professor of History

Frederic S. Lee, Ph.D Adjunot >r- :' - " : :r -1 L't~:rr.:i:::

::' Physio'.: r; .-
James Chideste?. Zo-lzrt, Jr., Ph I P i . fessor of Roman Archaeology

=.ri Zoic—oh"

* James Hep.vev Htsic? ?:. I ?ro::s: : : :: 1 : : - - Z: . ;s

Richard Elwood Dodge, A.M . .Professor of Geography in Teachers

College
% Calvix Thomas, A.M.. Gebhar : ?: : : : : ~ —-=-::

Lr.o _;:r:i:::::
James Ea?.l Rvsezii ?h 1 ?r::'e:::r :: :h: Hist :rv :: Z iu o-iti on

in 7e=.:hers 1 there
Fraxk M. McMu?_?.Y. ?h I r

7^h:-;:i Teithers It he re
Charles Russell Richards, B.S. .Professor of Manoal Training in

Teachers College

Bdwu B. Cragix, M.D Professor of Obstetrics

Paul Moxroe, Ph.D .Professor of the Hist:— of Education

in Teaohers I :here

Carl ho .?:: S^bkakka A M r H Ss 1 Professor of Italian

Bashpord Deax, Fn.D Achmit ?r::'rss:r ::' Z: -'■' ~

■ Bdwabx Aucrjumn MacDowell, Mas. Doc. .Professor of Music

Luciex Marcus Uxderwood, Ph.D Professor of Botany

liam Milligax Sloaxb, Ph.D., L.H.D., LL.D Seth Low

r r : : e '. 5 : r : : -. : = : : r ~

Hexry Mariox Howe. A.M., B.S Professor of Metallurgy

Charles E. Pellsw, E.M Adjunct Professor of Chemistry

Earl B. Lovell, C. E Adjunct ?r: fessor ::' livil Zr.rhteerirr

uui l::v.'.-: IAohcart Adjunct Professor of Mechanical

Z.- O"::00c

Fraxz Boas. Ph.D Professor of Anthropology

Fraxcis BMrsi Lloyd. A.M Adjunct Professor of Biological

E :ier:e in 7eo.:hers I:here
Alorio ".: :z I:-:u?.:e:ll AM . Professor of Art Educiti : n in

7eo.:hers IMhere

Helex Knnn Professor of Domestic Science in Teachers College

Mary Duxcax Ruxyax. ?r::'ess:r ::' Kir. oerrorten r. lesihers I there

t Oa Barnard College Foundation- * A':«-: :- >. .-■-?

* In part on Bernard College Fo



4 OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION

Mary Schenck Woolman Adjunct Professor of Domestic Art in

Teachers College
Samuel Train Dutton, M.A. .Professor of School Administration in

Teachers College
f William P. Trent, M.A., LL.D. . .Professor of English Literature
t Mortimer Lamson Earle, Ph.D. . .Professor of Classical Philology

% Herbert G. Lord, A.M Professor of Philosophy

Nelson Glenn McCrea, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Latin

Gonzalez Lodge, Ph.D., LL.D. . . .Professor of Latin and Greek in

Teachers College

Clarence H. Young, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Greek

Livingston Farrand, A.M., M.D .... Adjunct Professor of Psychology
George Francis Sever. .Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering

James Maclay, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Mathematics

Edmund Howd Miller, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Analytical

Chemistry
Marston Taylor Bogert, A.B., Ph.B. .Adjunct Professor of Organic

Chemistry

J. Livingston Rutgers Morgan, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of

Physical Chemistry
f Benjamin Duryea Woodward, Ph.D. . .Professor of the Romance

Languages and Literatures

f Henry E. Crampton, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Zoology

Edward Lee Thorndike, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Genetic

Psychology in Teachers College
Charles Hubert Farnsworth Adjunct Professor of Music in

Teachers College

Henry S. Redfield, LL.D Professor of Law

David Eugene Smith, Ph.D. . .Professor of Mathematics in Teachers

College
Thomas Denison Wood, M.D. . .Professor of Physical Education in

Teachers College

Charles T. Terry, A.B., LL.B Professor of Law

Walter B. James, M.D Professor of*the Practice of Medicine

William J. Gies, M.S., Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Physiological

Chemistry

t William T. Brewster, A.M Adjunct Professor of English

George Clinton Densmore Odell, Ph.D Adjunct Professor

of English

t Charles Knapp, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Classical Philology

L. Emmett Holt, M.D., LL.D. ..Professor of the Diseases of Children
Amadeus W. Grabau, S.M., S.D. .Adjunct Professor of Palaeontology

% Henry Rogers Seager, Ph.D Adjunct Professor of Political

Economy
| Henry L. Moore, Ph.D. . . Adjunct Professor of Political Economy
John Dyneley Prince, Ph.D Professor of Semitic Languages

t On Barnard College Foundation % In part on Barnard College Foundation.



OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION 5

Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge, A.M., Professor of Philosophy

Friedrich Hirth, Ph.D Dean Lung Professor of Chinese

Felix Adler, Ph.D Professor of Social and Political Ethics

Julius Sachs, Ph.D. . . Professor of Secondary Education in Teachers

College
Clinical Professors and Lecturers

George M. Lefferts, M.D., M.Sc. .Clinical Professor of Laryngology

and Rhinology

Charles McBurney, M.D Professor of Clinical Surgery

George H. Fox, M.D Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Skin

Albert H. Buck, M.D Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Ear

Robert W. Taylor, M.D . Clinical Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases

Francis P. Kinnicutt, M.D Professor of Clinical Medicine

Virgil P. Gibney, M.D., LL.D Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic

Surgery

Andrew J. McCosh, M.D Clinical Lecturer in Surgery

A. Brayton Ball, M.D Professor of Clinical Medicine

Charles T. Poore, M.D Clinical Lecturer in Surgery

Robert Abbe, M.D Clinical Lecturer in Surgery

William B. Coley, M.D Clinical Lecturer in Surgery

Frank Hartley, M.D. . .Professor of Clinical Surgery and Instructor

in Operative Surgery

Francis H. Markoe, M.D Prof essor of Clinical Surgery

Ellsworth Eliot, Jr., M.D. . . .Clinical Lecturer and Demonstrator

in Surgery
Frederick Peterson, M.D. . . .Clinical Lecturer on Psychiatry and

Instructor in Neurology
Instructors

Note. — For the Instructors and other Officers not of Professorial Grade in Teachers
College and in the Summer Session, see the Table of Contents.

James S. C. Wells, Ph.D Instructor in Analytical Chemistry

George C. Freeborn, M.D Instructor in Normal Histology

Ralph Edward Mayer, C.E Instructor in Drawing

Ira H. Woolson, E.M Instructor in Mechanical Engineering

Charles A. Harriman Instructor in Architectural Drawing

Grenville Temple Snelling, B.S. . ■. . . .Instructor in Architectural

Engineering

Eugene Hodenpyl, M.D Instructor in Pathology

Edward Leaming, M.D Instructor in Photography

George W. Jarman, M.D . Chief of Clinic and Instructor in Gynecology

William S. Stone, M.D Instructor in Gynecology

George R. Lockwood, M.D Instructor in Medical Diagnosis

William K. Draper, M.D Instructor in Medical Diagnosis

Van Horne Norrie, M.D Instructor in Physical Diagnosis

Royal Whitman, M.D. .Chief of Clinic and Instructor in Orthopaedic

Surgery



6 OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION

James R. Hayden, M.D Chief of Clinic and Instructor in Genito-
urinary Diseases
William Cowen, M.D. . . .Chief of Clinic and Instructor in Otology

Robert Lewis, Jr., M.D Instructor in Otology

Charles H. May, M.D Chief of Clinic and Instructor in

Ophthalmology

John H.Claiborne, M.D Instructor in Ophthalmology

Hermann T. Vulte, Ph.D Instructor in Chemistry

Frank W. Jackson, M.D Instructor in Medical Diagnosis

George T. Jackson, M.D Chief of Clinic and Instructor in

Dermatology
Francis Huber, M.D. .Chief of Clinic and Instructor in Diseases of

Children

Lucius W. Hotchkiss, M.D Instructor in Surgery



Online LibraryColumbia UniversityCatalogue (Volume 1902/1903) → online text (page 1 of 55)