Daniel Hazeltine Post.

Medical directory of the City of New York (Volume 1896) online

. (page 45 of 46)
Online LibraryDaniel Hazeltine PostMedical directory of the City of New York (Volume 1896) → online text (page 45 of 46)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


246



STREET DIRECTORY.



STANTON, from 245 Bowery, E. to
E. R. 1 Bowery, 115 Essex, 221
Pitt, 339 Mangin.

STAPLE, from 169 Dtiane, N. to
Harrison.

STATE, from 48 Whitehall to
Broadway.

STONE, from 18 Whitehall, E. to
William. 2 Whitehall, 64 Wil-
liam. 2 Whitehall, 64 William.

STUYVESANT, from 29 Third av.,
E. to Second av. 2 Third av., 46
E. 10th.

SUFFOLK, from 202 Division, N. to
E. Houston. 2 Division, 92
Delancey, 188 E. Houston.

SULLIVAN, from 415 Canal, N. to
W. 3d. 1 Canal, 93 Spring, 165
W. Houston, 239 W. 3d.

TEMPLE, from 88 Libetty, S. to
Thames.

TENTH AV., from 542 West, N. to
W. 59th, 2 West, 112 W. 17th, 220
W. 23, 312 W. 28th, 424 W. 34th,
574 W. 42d, 652 W. 46th, 732 W.
50th, 828 W. 55th, 888 W. .58th.

THAMES, from 111 Broadway, to
Greenwich.

THEATRE AL., from 19 Ann, N. to
Beekman.

THIRD, from 345 Bowery, E. to E. R.
2 Bowery, 88 First av.,142 Av, A,
200 Av. B, 260 Av. C, 394 Goerck.

THIRD AV., continuation of and
from 395 Bowery, N. to Kings-
bridge road. 17th, 123 E. 14th,
203 E.18th, 299 E. 23d, 411 E. 29th,
.505 E. 34th, 557 E. 37th, 657 E 42d,
813 E. .50th, 989 E. 59th, 1109 E.
65th, 1229 K. 71st, 1309 E. 75th, 1389
E. 79th, 1.525 E. 86th, 1627 E. 91st,
1709 E. 96th, 9923 E. 106th, 2027 E.
111th, 2141 E. 117th, 2241 E. 122d,
2297 E. 12.5th, 2399 E. 130th, 2460 E.
135th, 2506 E. 140th, 2728 E, l45th,
2865 E. 1.50th, 3038 E. 156th, 3172
E. 161st, 3690 E. 170th.

THIRTEENTH AV., from foot W.
11th, N. to foot W. 25th.

THOMAS, from 317 Broadway, W.
to Hudson. 2 Broadway, 41
Church, 97 Hudon.

THOMPSON, from 395 Canal, N. to
W 4th. 2 Canal, 82 Spring, 160
W. Houston, 2.50 W. 4th.

TINTON AV., 747 Westchester av.,
N to E. 169th. 796 Cedar, 872 E.
161st, 1282 E. 169th.

TOMHKINS, from 606 Grand, N. to
E. R. 2 Grand, 56 Rivington.

TOMPKINS MKT., Third av., cor,
6th.



TREMONT AV., from 1930 High-
wood av., E. to Bronx river. 152
High wood av., 430 Fleetwood av.,
650 Webster av., 914 Fulton av.,
1026 Prospect av., 1304 West
Forms road.

from 115 Dnane, N.



TRIMBLE PL
to Thomas.
TRINITY PL., from 6 Morris N



to



Liberty.
TROY, Spuyten Duyvil.
TRYON ROW, from 1 Centre, E. to

72 Park row.
TWELFTH AV. from ft. W. 29th N.

to W. 151st.
UNION MKT., E. Houston, cor. Co-

lumbia.
UNION SQ., from 159 to 2a3 Fourth

av., and from 851 to 855 Broad-
way, 2 E. 14th, 4S E. 17ih.
UNIVERSITY PL., from 29 Waver-

leypL, N. to E. 13th. 1 Waver-
ley pi , 79 E. 14th.
VANDAM, from 13 Macdoual, W. to

Greenwich. 1 Macdougal, 101

Greenwich.
VANDERBILT AV., from E. 42,d

bet. Madison and Fourth avs., N.

to E. 4.5th.
VA:NDE WATER, from 54 Frank-
fort, E to Pearl,
VANNEST PL., Charles, bet.

Bleecker and W. 4th.
VARICK, from 130 Franklin, N. to

Carmine. 2 Franklin, 70 Canal,

136 Spring, 204 W, Houston, 230

Carmine.
VARICK PL., Sullivan, bet. W.

Houston and Bleecker.
VESEY, from Broadwav (opp) 222).

W. to N. R. 2 Broadway, 110

W^est.
VESTRY, from 428 Canal, W. to N.

R. 2 Canal, 72 West.
WALKER, from 135 W. Broadway,

E. to Canal. 1 W. Broadway, 69

Broadway, 125 Baxter.
WALL, from 86 Broadway, E. to E.

R. 1 Broadway, 21 Broad, 75

Pearl, 119 South.
WALTON AV., from 381 E. 138th,

N. to Arcularius pi.
WARREN, from 259 Broadway, W.

to N. R. 2 Broadway, 62 College

pi., 128 West.
WASHINGTON, from 6 Battery pi.,

N. to W. 14tb. 1 Battery pL, 121

Carlisle, 191 Fulton, 305 Duane,

47.5Canal, .565 W. Houston, 647

Christopher, 719 W. 11th, 815

Gansevoort.
WASHINGTON AV., from 735 E.

159th, N. to Pelham av.



STREET DIRECTORY.



247



WASHING-TON MKT., Fulton, cor.
West.

WASHINGTON PL., from 713
Broadway, W. to Wooster.

WASHINGTON SQ., E., from 43 W.
4th, N. to Waverley pi.

WASHINGTON SQ., N., Waverley
pi., from 29 to 89.



WASHINGTON SQ.
from 54 to 126.



S., W. 4tli,



WASHINGTON SQ., W., Macdou-
gal, from 143 to 165.

WATER, from 41 Whitehall, E. to
E. R. 1 Whitehall, 113 Wall, 199
Fulton, 321 Roosevelt, 431 Mar-
ket, 565 Clinton, 685 Jackson.

WATTS, from 44 Sullivan, W. to
N. R. 2 Sullivan, 66 Canal, 100
West.

WAVERLEY PL., from T27 Broad-
way, W. and N. to Bank. 1
Broadway, 29 Universitv pi., 57
Fifth av., 161 Christopher, 195
Charles, 251 Bank.

WEBSTER AV., from 651 E. 166th,
N. to Eastchester. ins8 E. 16bth,
1860 E. 176th, 2400 E. 187th.

WEEHAWKEN, from 304 W. 10th,
S. to Christopher.

WEST, from 12 Battery pi., N. to
Tenth av. 1 Battery pi., 112
Cortland, 185 Chambers, 215
Franklin, 271 Desbrosses, 342 W.
Houston, 387 Christopher, 542
Tenth av.

W. BROADWAY, from 131 Chamb-
ers, N. to Canal. 1 Chambers,
97 Franklin, 163 Canal.

WESTCHESTER AV., from 2870
Third av., N. E. to Bronx River.
672 Third av., 744 Bronx av., 820
Eagle av., 984 Tinton av., 990 E.
156th.

WEST END AV., that portion of
Eleventh av., from W. 64th to
W. ineth. 2 W. 64th, 118 W. 70th,
318 W. 80th, 518 W. 90th, 718 W.
100th, 838 W. 106th.



W. HOUSTON, from 609 Broadway'
W. to N. R. 2 Broadway, 60
Wooster, 148 Macdougal.236 Var-
ick, 310 Greenwich, 348 West.

W. WASHINGTON MKT., West,
bet. Gansevoort and Bloomfleld.

W. THIRD, from 681 Broadway, W.
to Sixth av.

W. FOURTH, from 697 Broadway
to W. 13th. 1 Broadway, 151
Sixth av., 231 W. lOlh, 349 W. 13th.

W. NINTH, from 22 Fifth a v., W.
to Sixth av.

W. TENTH, from 33 Fifth av., W.
to N. R. 1 Fifth av., 127 Green-
wich av., 181 W. 4th, 245 Hudson,
307 West.

W. ELEVENTH, from 46 Fifth av.,
W. to N. R. 1 Fifth Av.. 77 Sixth
av., 162 Greenwich Av,, 285
Bleecker, 389 Thirteenth av.

W. TWELFTH, from 58 Fifth av.,
W. to N. R. 1 Fifth av., 86 Sixth
av., 229 Greenwih av., 309 Hud-
son, 401 West.

W. THIRTEENTH, to W. 59th, in-
clusive, from Fifth av., W. to N.
R., commencing a new hundred
with each av.

W. SIXTIETH to W. 109th, from
8th av., W. to N. R., commenc-
ing a new hundred with each
av.

W. ONE HUNDRED AND
TENTH and other streets north
to Harlem R., begin at Fifth av.

WHITE, from 117 W. Broadway, E.
to Baxter. 1 W. Broadway, 67
Broadway, 131 Baxter.

WHITEHALL, from 2 Broadway,
S. to E. R. 4 Bowling Green, 48
State.

WILLETT, from 482 Grand N. to
E. Houston. 2 Grand, 74 Riving-
ton, 134 E. Houston.

WILLIAM, from 107 Pearl, N. E. to
447 Pearl. 2 Pearl, 44 Wall. 140
Fulton, 274 Pearl.



248



STREET DIRECTORY.



WILLIS AV., from Harlem R. N. to
Third av. 30 E. 130th, 19(5 E.
I36th, 354 E. 142d, 658 E. 148th.

WINTHROP PL., Green, bet.
Waverly pi. and Clinton pi.



WOOSTER, from 355 Canal, N. to
W. 4th. 1 Canal, 54 Broome, 166
W. Houston, 250 W. 4th.

WORTH, from 72 Hudson, E. to
Park row. 3 Hudson, 63 Church,
134 Centre.



STAMMERING.

Tie Brjam Sclool for Stamerers.

Por the Correction of Stamtnering and Other Affec-
tions of Speech where Drill in Articulation and
the Technique of Speech are Indicated,



As much of the speech apparatus is under control of the will, consid-
erable may be done for those who suffer from speech defects by a careful
training of the respiratory, vocal and articulating organs. This training
is given under the direction of a physician with sixteen years' experience.
The profession may rely upon having the best treatment known for those
who apply to them. Such remedies for nervous and physical conditions
as are indicated are also judiciously used. The circular, " How We Treat
Stammering To-day," giving outline, information and references from
eminent men and pupils, sent to any address mentioned.



F. A. BRYANT, M. D., 9 West 14TH St., New York.



249



Exercise,



ACTIVE AND PASSIVE,



As a Therapeutic Agents

Dr. Watson I/. Savage is prepared to co-operate
with physicians having patients who need personally
directed and scientifically administered exercise.

In the following groups this has proven most bene-
ficial : MUSCULAR DEFORMITIES, ERRORS OF
NUTRITION, CHRONIC CONSTIPATION, NERV-
OUS CONDITIONS, GENERAIv DEBIIvITY ; or
ANY CHRONIC CONDITION not yielding to other
forms of treatment.

Physicians having patients not in need of special
individual attention may recommend them to this Gym-
nasium with confidence that they will always be in
charge of competent instructors.

Circulars of Gymnasium on application.

Dr. Savage Physical Development Tnstitute,

308 & 3J0 West 59th Street, ^ ^ NEW YORK.

Dr. Savage's Health Resort

FOR BUSINESS MEN AND THEIR SONS.

Dr. Savage carries on his work from May 15th to September
15th at Cromwell, Conn., where he has the complete control of the
habits, diet and exercise of the patients and will be pleased to con-
sult with physicians having cases which need his care.

For circular and information, address

Dr. (U. C* %wmf ^0$ West 59t1) Street, Xm Vork.



250




(cut showing apparatus ready for use.)
(ESTABLISHED 1882.)

CHAS. BESELER,

MANUFACTURER OF CHEMICALLY PURE

OYYffl GAS Al OHGEN COMPODND

FOR INHALING PURPOSES.

SUCCBSSFUI,I,Y ADMINISTERED IN CASES OF

Pneumonia, Phthisis, Heart Failure, Diphtheria, Asthma, Etc.

75 and 150 gallon cylinders always on band, and can be obtained
from all leading Druggists in New York and vicinity.

218 CENTRE STREET,

NEAR GRAND. NEW YORK CITY.



251

D. APPLETON & CO.,

PUBIylSHERS OF

Medical and Scientific Works,

72 FIFTH AVENUE, Cor. 13th Street,
NEW gOKK.

Complete Catalogue Sent on Application.

TH[ m mi iPicm joml.

Edited by FRANK P. FOSTER, M.D., and JAMES C. JOHNSTON, M.D.

$5.00 per Annum.

••0^0«'

the:

jQMiiiL OF mMim m mMMWi mmi

Edited by JOHN A. FORDYCE, M.D.

$2.50 per Annum.

••0^»'

\mm mmmm m mimi mmi

Edited by J. DUNCAN EMMET, M.D.,andJ. N. WEST, M.D.

$4.00 per Annum.

••o^o«



Y.



A DICTIONARY OF MEDICINE and the COLLATERAL

SCIENCES.
Edited by FRANK P. FOSTER, M.D.

In Four Volumes. Sold only by Subscription.



353

university of the state of new york.

American Veterinary College.

139 and 141 West 54tb Street, New York,

Organized i%y5 under the General Laws of the State of New York, Reorganized

and Reincorporated 1888 by Special Act of the Legislature

of the State of New York.

iF.A.CTJX.ar'sr.

ALEXANDER F. LIAUTARD, M. D., V. M., professor of Anatomy, Surgery

and Sanitary Medicine.
JAMES L. ROBERTSON, M. D., V. S., Professor of Theory and Practice of

Medicine and Clinical Medicine.
CHARLES A. DOREMUS, M. D.. Emeritus Professor of Chemistry.
ROSCOE R. BELL. D. V. S., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
J E. RYDER, D. V S , Professor of Canine Pathology and Obstetrics.
WILLIAM J. COATES, M. D., D, V. S., Professor of Operative Surgery and

Physical Diaarnosis.
L. H. FRIEDBURGH, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology.
J. B. STEIN. M. D., Prof essor of Physiology.

JOHN A. LEIGHTON, D. V. S., Professor of Equine Orthopaedic Surgery.
W. S. GOTTHEIL, M. D., Professor of Surgical Pathology and Practical Micro-

scopv.
H. H. RUSBY, Professor of Botany.

J. HUELSEN, Jr., D. VS., Lecturer on Sanitary Medicine and Meat Inspection.
H. BUCKLEY, D. V. S , Lecturer on Anatomy.
H. D. HANSON, D. V. S., Lecturer on Canine Pathology.
W. V. BIESER, D V. S., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
G. E, VAN MATER, M. D.. D. V. S., Lecturer on Ophthalmology.
This College is now in the twenty-first year of its existence.
The system of instruction embraces a thorough Didactic and Clinical Course
of three years' attendance. The American Veterinary Hospital, which is a
branch of the College, has treated since its opening over 50,000 cases. It is
utilized for the clinical instruction of matriculates, and aflfords unrivalled facil-
ities.

The regular term opens in the beginning of October, and closes at end of
March. For Further information or catalogue, address A. LIAUTARD, M. D.,
V. M., Dean of the Faculty, 139 and 141 West 54th Street.

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION.

CHAPTER 4.43, LAWS OF 1888.

Section 5. The said trustees and their successors shall have the power to
confer the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Surgerj' and issue veterinary diplomas
to only such students as shall have attained the age of twenty-one j'ears. shall
be of good moral character, shall have received a good Enj^lish education, and
pursued at least a full three years' course of medical and veterinary study after
the age of eighteen ytaLVs, including attendance upon three regular sessions of
medical aud veterinary lectures in a regularly incorporated veterinary college
or veterinary or medical department of a college or university the last of which
sessions of study shall have been at said American Veterinary' College, and
shall have passed the examination prescribed by the rules and regulations of
the American Veterinary College.

Graduates of iucorponted medical collges and graduates of veterinary naed-
icine will be required to attend one regular session of lectures in this College.

Graduates of agricultural colleges will have an allowance made them for
such branches, as they may have attended on subjects embraced in the curricu-
lum of this College (viz.; the fees of such lectures), provided they can pass a
satisfactory examination on said branches immediately after matriculating.
The same privileges are granted to regular graduates of colleges of pharmacy.



253

LONG • ISLAND • COLLEGE HOSPITAL

AND HOAQLAND LABORATORY.

Session 1896-9 T BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.

- » ■ : — ^ * <i : —^



The Regular Ter})i cvill commence September i>j, iSg6^ and
continue si.v Diont/is.

The Reading and Recitation Term ivitt coniuience Jfarch 2j,
1S97.

The Hospital and Dispensary, in which 20,000 patients were
treated in the past year, are in the same building with the College,
and two or three hours are daily devoted to Clinical Teaching and
Physical Diagnosis. Quizzes are held by the Professors and their
assistants throughout the course, without cost. Students also
receive instructions at the Eye and Ear Hospital (14,000 patients
annually treated), and at the Brooklyn Hospital (3,000). The
resident staffs of these, and of St. John's, St. Marv's, St. Cather-
ine's, Methodist Episcopal, King's County and other Hospitals,
also the surgeons of the City Ambulance Service, are appointed
annual!}", and the positions are open to the graduates of the Long
Island College Hospitah

Special instruction is given without cost, in Gynecology
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat, Nose, Skin, and Nervous Svstem.
Practical Obstetrics are taught by daily exercises on the Manikin,
including all the operative procedures, forceps, version, etc., and
by attendance on cases of confinement in the wards of the
Maternity and Out-door Obstetric Service. In the Hoagland
Laboratory, instruction is given in Bacteriology, Microscopv, and
Pathology.

Fee. — Matriculation for the Colleg'aie year. $1 ; Lectures and
Clinics of Regular Term, 1125; Graduation, 125 ; Lectures and
Clinics of Reading and Recitation Term, %xo

Good board can be had in Brooklyn for |;5 a week.

For particulars as to lectures, clinics, and fees, send for
Annual Announcement to J H. Raymond, M. D., Secretary of
I'^aculty, Long Island College Hospital. B.'ooklyn, N. Y.

ALEX. J. C. SKENE, M.D., PresicUni of the College,



254

The Woman's Medical College

Of the Hew York Infirmary for Women and Children.

IXCORPORATED 1864.

321 East 15th Street.

Four years' graded course. Instruction by lectures, clinics, recita-
tions and practical work, under supervision in laboratories and in the
Dispensary of New York Infirmary. Operations and clinics in most of
the City Hospitals are open to students. Session of 1896-97 opens Octo-
ber I, 1896. Emily Blackwell, M. D., Dean, to whom apply at the
College.



Ihe Ni !oi lifiiiRY m ioii m Children.

Organized 1853. Incorporated 1857.
5 Livingston Place, Stuyvesant Square.

For the surgical and medical treatment of women and children
and for maternity cases. Women physicians are in charge. No con-
tagious or incurable cases are received, and no confinement cases are
admitted to private rooms. Capacity 6y beds. Board in general wards,
$7 per week for adults ; $4 for children ; private wards, $12 ; private
rooms, $20 to $30. Applicants for free treatment must be suitably certi-
fied as worthy objects of charity. Ward patients may apply at Dispensary,
321 East 15th Street, daily, from 9 to 11 a. m. Private patients should
apply to Resident Physician, at the hospital, from 1 1 a. m. to i p. m., or
by letter enclosmg a physician's certificate. Visiting days: Tuesdays and
Thursdays, from 2 to 4 p. m., and Sundays, from 10 a m. to 12 m. Sup-
ported by voluntary contributions and board of patients. Number of
patients treated during year, 768. Expenses, $30,851.53, of which
§3,425.00 was from public funds. Robert Olyphant, Pres. ; Edwin
Tatham, Treas., 82 Beekman St.; F. Potts Moore, Sec'y, 16 Cortlandt
St.; Eleanor B Kilham, M. D., Resident Physician; Julia P. Maishall,
Supt. The Dispensary and Out-Practice (organized 1854), 32) East
15th St., is open daily from 9 to 1 1 a. m., and 2 to 4 p. m. Free advice
is given to the poor. Patients who are able, pay a small price for med-
icines. During the year 12,864 patients were treated at the Dispensary,
and 1,718 visits were made by Out-Physicians to patients in the tene-
ment houses. The Infirmary maintains, also, a

Training-School for Nurses (organized 1886). Applicants are
leceived at any time during the year. The course comprises two years'
work.



255



SECOND AVENUE and TWENTIETH STREET,

NEW YORK CITY.

Tncorporatt'cl by Special Act of the LcKishitiire of tlie State of New T(jrk.

FOR PRACTITIONERS OF MEDICINE EXCLUSIVELY,

(iSTH YEAR, SESSION 1896-97.'



IF^A^CXJXjT -X".



D. 15. St. John Koosa, M. I)., LL.D.,
Professor Emeritus of Diseases of the
Eye and Ear, President of the Faculty.

CnAKLEs L. Dana, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of the Mind and Nervous
System.

Andrew H. Smith, M.D., Profet^sor Em-
eritus of Medicine and Therapeutics.

William Olivek Moore, M.D.. Professor

of Diseases of the Eye and Ear.
Bache McE. Emmet. M.D., Professor of

Diseases of Women.
Edward Kersiiner, M. D., Professor

Emeritus of Naval, Military and State

Hygiene.

William Henry Portkr, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Medicine and Pathology.

Stephen Smith Burt, M.D., Professor
of Medicine and Physical Diagnosis.

Seneca D. Powell, M.D., Professor of
Surgery.

C. A. Von Ramdohr, M.D., Professor of
Obstetrics.

Horace T. Hanks. M.D., Professor of
Diseases of Women.

Clarence C. Rice, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of the Throat and Nose.

Graeme M. Hammond. M.D., Professor
of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous
System.

.1. K. NiLSEN, M,D., Professor of Diseases
of Women.

George B. Fowler, M.D., Professor of
Medicine, Renal and Digestive Dis-
orders.

RonERT Abbe, M.D., Professor of Sur-
gery.

A. M. Phelps, MI)., Professor of Ortho-
paedic Surgery.

Henry D. Chapfn, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of Children.

Peter A. Callan, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of the Eye.

O. B. Douglas, M.D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Nose and Throat.

J. B. Emerson, M.D , Professor of Dis-
eases of Eye and Ear.

|^~Sessions continue throughout the v
any time. For Catalogue or further inforii

CHARLES B.

F. EUGENE FARRELL, Superinten



Frederick Bagoe, Ph.!'.., Professor of
Pharmacology.

Farijuhar Ferguson, M.D., Professor
of Pathology.

Charles B. Kel.sey, M.D,, Profe.'^sor of
Surgery, Seci'etary of the Faculty.

R. \V. Wilcox, M.D., LL.D.. Professoi' of
Medicine and Therapeutics.

C. H. Knight, M.D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Throat and Nose.

Daniel Lewis. >LD , Piofecsor of Spe-
{•ial Surgery (Cancerous Diseases).

W.B DeGarmo, NM)., Professor of Spe-
cial Surgery (Hernia).

H. J. Boldt, ^LD., Professor of Diseases
of Women.

Augustus Caillk. M.D., Professor of
Diseases of Children.

Wm. J. Morton. M.D.. Professor of Elec-
tro-Therapeutics and <jf Diseases of
the Mind and Nervous System.

Willy Meyer, ^LD., Professor of Sur-
gery.

A. Palmer Dudley, M.D,, Professor of

Diseases of Women.

George M. Edebohls. M.D., Professor
of Diseases of Women.

Francis Valk, M.D., Professor of Dis-
eas(NS of the Eye.

B. P^vrqihae Curtis, M.D., Professor of

Surgery.

Francis Foerster, M.D., Professor of
(Jyniccology.

Ramon Guiteras, M.D., Professor of
Anatomy and Operative Surgery on
the Cadaver.

Frank N. Lewis, M.D. , Professor of Dis
eases of the l<^ye.

George T. Elliot, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of the Skin.

Leonard Webek, .M.D., Professor of
Medicine.

Eu(;knk Fuller, M. D., Professor of
Venereal Genlto-Uriuary Surgery.

John M<G. Woodhury, M.D., Professor
of Orthopaedic Surgery.

ear. Ji^'Physicians may join the classes at
lation address

KELSEY, Secretary of the Faculty,
dent.



256



Albany Medical College*

Medicai, D e:partme;nt of Union University

1896-97.



ANDREW VAN VRANKEN, RAYMOND, D.D., LL. D.,
President of the University.



THOMAS HUN. M. D., LL. D.,
Dean of the Faculty and Emeritus Profes-
sor of the Institutes of Medicine.

ALBERT VANDER VEER. M.D. Ph. D.,

Professor of Didactic, Ahdominal and
Clinical Surgery.

MAURICE PERKINS, M.D.,

Professor of Chemical Philosophy and
Organic Chemistry.

JOHN MILTON BIGELOW, M.D., Ph. D.

Professor of Materia Medica, Therapeutics

and diseases of che Throat and Nose.

LEWIS BALCH, M, D., Ph. D.,

Professor of Medical Jurisprudence
and Hygiene.

SAMUEL BALDWIN WARD, M.D. Ph. D.

Professor of Theory and Practice of

Medicine.

JAMES PETER BOYD, M.D..

Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and

Diseases of Children.



WILLIS GAYLORD TUCKER, M.D. ph.d

Registrar and Professor of Inorganic and

Analytical Chemistry and Toxicology.

WILLIAM HAILES, M. D.,
Anthony Professor of Pathological Anat-
omy, Histology, and Fractures and
Dislocations.

CYRUS STRONG MERRILL, M. D.,
Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology.

FREDERIC COLTON CURTIS, M.D.,
Professor of Dermatology.

HENRY HUN, M.D. ,

Professor of Diseases of the Nervous

System.

SAMUEL ROSEBURGH MORROW, m.d.

Professor of Anatomy and Orthopaedic

Surgery.

HERMON CAMP GORDINIER, M.D.,
Professor of Physiology.

JOSEPH DAVIS CRAIG, M. D.,

Demonstrator of Anatomy, and Curator

of the Museum.



WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF A CORPS OF LECTURERS. INSTRUCTORS
AND CLINICAL ASSISTANTS.



Three years, strictly graded course. Instruction by lectures, recitations,
laboratory w^ork, clinics and practical demonstrations and operations.

HOSPITAL ADVANTAGES -Albany Hospital, St. Peter's Hospital, Child's
Hospital, Albany Hospital for Incurables, Albany County Hospital, Eye and
Ear Infirmary, and their Dispensaries, are available for clinical purposes, to
students.

FEES AND EXPENSES.

All fees are payable in advance, and are as follows : Martriculation, $5 pay-
able each year; Lecture course, $100 ; Perpetual lecture Ticket $250 ; Dissection
$10 ; Courses in the Chemical laboratory, and in histology, and in pathology, $10
each. Graduation fee, $25.

The regular Fall Session Commences Tuesday, September 29, 1896 and
closes April 20, 1897.

VARIOUS PRIZES are avirarded at the close of the term to meritorious
students. Appointments to positions upon the house staff of the Albany Hos-
pital, St. Peter's Hospital, and the Ellis Hospital at Schenectady, are made
by competitive examination, open to the graduating class of the college.

COMMENCEMENT occurs April 20, 1897. The annual meeting of Alumni
Association is held on that day.

For Catalogue of the College or further information, address,

WILLIS G. TUCKER, M. D., Registrar,

4 Lancaster Street, ALBANY, N. Y.



IDinivcrtMt^ of IHew ^ov\\.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

FZFTlT-SIIXITia: "STE^^I?,, 1896-Q7.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.

THE SESSION Ori896-97 WILL BEGIN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1896,

Attention is called to the fact that the curriculum has recently been again entirely

remodeled and greatly improved.

It now consists of" a four years' graded course, a brief synopsis of which follows:

I St Year.— Lectures and recitations from text-books on Anatomy, Phvsiologv. Histol-
ogy and Chemistry. Laboratory work in Histology and Chemistry. Dissection.
Demonstration to sections in Anatomy.

2d Year.— Lectures on Surgical and Regional Anatomy. Experimental Phvsiologv,
Experimental Chemistry. Physics and Hygiene, and Materia Medica. Recitations
from text-books on Anatomy. Physiology and Chemistry (continued), and on Path-
ological Anatomy. Practice of Medicine. Surgery. Materia Medica and Obstetrics.
Demonstrations on the Manikin. Laboratory wo'rk in Pathologv, Bacteriologv and
Materia Medica. Dissection. Demonstrations to advanced sections, and Dienion-
stration-lectures in Anatomy.



Online LibraryDaniel Hazeltine PostMedical directory of the City of New York (Volume 1896) → online text (page 45 of 46)