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2297 Boykeu. J. A.:
2318 Lewson, G. I
2338 Watkins. C .

C, Jr. i

2398 M.-\er. C. J.
2418 Hassel, L. A .
2436 T rentier, P. I

Skvextii Av
13 Osinnn, C. A.
80 NN'einnuiii, O
K.
157 Heller, H.
173 WeiDoian, O

C.
260 Tbeis, R.
286 Legoll, E.
304 Crowley, M.

F T
311 Freiitz, F.
349 Krause, R. O.
378 Runkel, C F.
428 Krejiier. J.
442 Weis. W
482 Lord, C. F.
520 Warner, F. S.
576 Rosen stock, S
709 Boehme, G. I
821 Wirtb, O. I
901 Smith &- Stage'
1942 Kleinscbmidt,

F.
1960 Cunz, F.W.L.
2019 McCormick, i
P. A. J

2042 He.neman, H.I
2082 Zagat Drug 1

Stoie
2140 Orlewitz, H. |
2101 Horn. A. S. |
2198 Peoples Pop-j
ular Pharm.
2240 Boysen, H. < .
2278 Baltzly, A. B.
2300 Breen &

Fioatz

Sheriff
99 Levine, L. J.



Sixth Av
43 Ehruiann
Drug (Jo.
69 Luers-sen's
Pharmacy
102 Bigilow, (■'. ().
172 Macmalian

Pharm C<>.
172 Ridgeway, W.

T.
179 Redder, G.
244 Hanson, C. F.
255 Roth, H. C.
373 Riker, W. B .

&, Son Co.
412 Ryer&Berrian
430 Kevser, L.
446 Stein. M.
481 Talson, J. F.
497 Treskow's

Dispensary
521 Roen, F. E.,&

Co.
632 Balluff' s Suc-
cessors.
672 Kinsman &

Co.
739 Bates, L. A.

Co.
794 Metlenheim-

er, W.
814 Sayre. T. H.
827 Ciinz. C.
866 Scliweiufurtb,

C T'
918 Belev, C J.
936 iS"eereaard,W.
954 Boeddiker,

992 Mclutyre &

Son. E.

993 DixPbar. '0.
1014 Galpin, H. T.
1031 Kellogg &. Co

Spring
30 Clansi, V.
45 Reiraherr, C.
62 Lahey, S. P.
202 Aqnaro, J.

Stanton
40 Graeser, H R.

A.
118 Gordon. 0.
136 Wallach. X
152 Silverman &-

Mekin
218 Tbaisz. C. E.
255 Levine, L. J.
302 Duempelman,

E.



Suffolk
24 Rosen berj5, A.
87 Riedi'l. E. H.

Sutton Pl
40 A is berg H.

Tenth Av
274 Siebenhorn,

H. A.
294 Jameson, S. H.
321 Brown, (J. L
382 Cox, W. T.

449 Renter, R.
497 Langeleldt, P.
540 Siemiinn. F. H.
612 Twelbach, W.
654 ScboeuBttld,C.
703 Miller Bros.
716 Eich, A.

756 Kraemer. A.S.
773 Sohlosser &

Gerkeu
818 Limeburg, W.

881 Gaiiler, W. F.

Third Av
17 Beck, H.
47 Bendiner &

Sc^blessineer
67 Grifiitb,W. H.
105 Kiohl, J.
131 Collins, F. O.
205 Elmer &

Amend
301 Siiltan, E. J.
353 Johnston, H S.

1 )rng Co.
371 Woodcock. A.
375 Diedel & Son,

H.
432 Mutual Drug
Co.

450 Uegeman, J.

N., <v- Co..
508 O'Xeil, H M.
o43 Davies. T. E.,

Est. of
577 Freess A: Co.
622 Seifert, L. F.

W.
660 Bohmfalk, H.
697 Rennerberg, T
720 Goetting, G.
780 Jacobson A.
817 Zagat, M.
857 Hohenthal &

Son
874 Laber, J.



194



NEW YORK CITY STREET LIST OF PHARMACIES.



Thiud Ave
931 Schmidt, H.
1010 Wasself <fe Co
1020 Jungmann, J
1148 Hoykeudorf,

P.
1210 Meyer Bros.
1247 SchleiflF, F.
1309 Latham, T.
1356 Saxe, M.
1388 Blumberg, S.
1453 Ml D rath. R.
1471 Franze, W.
1522 Marcus. Louis
1562 Schrieber, G.

A.
1565 Faber,- W, E.
1620 Frohweln, O.
1679 Brodil Bros.
1694 Wernert, L.
1710 Bruckmann,

F. W.
1760 Bijou Drug

Store
1797 Nathan's

Hamilton
Pharmacy
1815 Plagge, A.J,
1838 Bracklo Phar-
macy
1882 Eisentrager,

H F.
1904 Aronstamm,

E. A.
1928 Weidenfeld
1951 Hoffman &

Meylachson
1987 Colonel, J. P.
2002 Eomlein &

Fuchs
2014 Harlem Phar-
macy
2063 Ran, G-.
2086 Fuchs, H.
2088 Hahn, E. F.
2126 Engelhard &

Goldmann
2187 Wimmer, J.
2227 Wood. J.
2241 Griffith, E. J.
2334 Benson, Z. T.
2386 Halpern, J.M.
2453 Tiemann, H.

A.
2550 Hartvigson,

M.
2671 Goldwater, A.

L.
2671 Kervan, C.
2701 Khuen, C.
2774 Huth, E.



Thied Av
2908 Roth, R. H.
3021 Ascheubrand,
K.

3057 Hutchinson,

E. H. S.

3058 Fleischmann

Bros.
3206 Bischof, A. S.

&. Son
3365 Wendler. E.
3409 SchaafBros.
3435 Fioelich, F. G.
3594 Huether G

E. & Co.

Thompson
72 Perrilli, M.

The MONT Av
705 Ferry, F. N.
712 MiUer, E. F.
758 Vandersmis-

sen. G.
1005 Lvidewig, C.

fl.
1274 Corcoran, W.

D.
Univeesity Pl
15 Merck's Phar-
macy
42 Muller, W. H.
114 Watling, A.,
<fcCo.

Union Av
861 Strasser.H. A.
1160 Schneider, H.
B.

Vaeick
74 Fuller, W.H.,
Jr.

94 ThoD, Wm.
172 Jenssen, C. F.
208 Keating, J. L.

Wakefield
Seifert, C. M.

Wall
114 Brown, H, E.

Washington
352 Jones Chemi-
cal Co.
784 Haessig, F. A.

Washington Av
937 Dautel, J. G.
1901 Crowell. E. M.

Webstee Av
Cziuer, M.



West Beoadway
249 Freygaug, G.
412 Personeiu, J.
548 Ostrewiez, J.

Westchestee
Ferris Bros.
Geritzen, H.
Smith, G. AV.

Westchestee Av

700 DuBois, J. H.

1016 Ren son, A. A.

West End Av
217 Monteser, M.

W. Faems Rd
1985 Grapel, T. J.

West Houston
57 Pleasants, C.

H.
84 Luzzatto, K.
106 Gebicke, P. F.
123 Mariui, E. F.

West William
30 Hendenreich,
E.

West 4th
234 Kirschner, A.
A.

West 10th
189 Kirschner, A.
A.

West 14th
159 Roth, H. C.
357 Bender, M. F.

West 22d
482 Eberhardt, J.
H.

West 23d
312 Priest, D. M.

West 24th
33 Smith, Horn.
Pharmacy.

West 34th
17 Daggett i-
Ramsdell

West 42d
15 Boericke &
Tafel

West 46th
149 Washburn
Drug Co.
550 Antz, C. F.



West 54th
17 Byard.W. V.

West 57th
477 Hardy, H. S.

West 58th
363 Bongartz.F.T.

West 59th
405 Comerford, J.
J.

West 94th
102 Spingarn, L.,
after Sept.

West 116th
256 Reichert.J.M.

West 125th
101 Kraft, B. G.
280 Spear, T. A.

West 145th
303 Yager, F.
340 Raub, F. M. D.

Whitehall
14^ Pfingsten, G.

William
26 Fougera, E.,<fc

Co.
29 Uhl, A.
158 Patterson Sc

Purdy
170 Schieffelin

&Co.

Williamsbeidge
Boeder, A. & R.
Fincke, J. W.

Willett
79 Muldberg, S.

Willis Av
153 Smith. T. A.
206 Anslander, T.
23b Gold-water, A .

L.
243 Werner, J. «
285 McKane, B. T.
376 Burmeister, H.
532 Goldwater, A.

L.

Woeth
149 Cooper, C, <fe

Co.
170 Parodi, T.



NTRSES. 195



NUESES.

Sick and obstetric, may be obtained by visiting or addressing:

Academy of Medicine, 17 West 43d st.

Association INIale Nurses, 1247 Third ave.

Bellevue Training School, 426 East 26th st.

Bureau for Nurses, 7 East 15th st. Employment Bureau of
the Young Women's Christian Association supply sick nurses on
application.

City Hospital Training School, at hospital.

Mrs. H. L. Clute's Agency, 12 West 22d st.

C. O'Donuell, 100 East 29th st., cor. Fourth ave.

W. H. Ellis, 1309 and 1311 Broadway and 34th st.

Home Bureau, 15 West 42d st.

Mt. Sinai Training School, 850 Lexington ave.

New York City (Charity) Training School Registry for Nurses,
136 West 45th street.

New York Hospital Training School, at hospital.

Post-Graduate Training School, 20th St. and Second ave.

Roosevelt Training School, at hospital.

Wet nurses may be obtained at Nursery and Child's Hospital,
New York Lying-in Asylum, Bellevue Hospital, Charity Hospital,
New York Foundling Asylum, New York Infant Asylum, and at
nurse agencies.



196 HOSPITALS.



HOSPITALS.

NEW YORK CITY.
MANHATTAN AND BRONX.

Babies' Hospital of the Cily of New Yorli (1887), 657 Lexing-
tou ave., cor. 55tli St. For tlie, care of poor sick children under
three years of age, excluding contagious diseases. Chihlren must
he presented for examination at the hospital hetween 9 a.m. and
12 M. Emergency cases received at any time. No mothers recei^ ed.
Accommodation for 43. Visitors welcome any time. Supported by
voluntary contributions. Training school for nurse-maids. Main-
tains the Country Branch Hospital at Oceanic, N. J. ; open
during the summer.

Attendiiif) Physicians— L. E. Holt, E. B. Kimball. ConsultirKj Physicians—
A. H. Smith, A. Jacobi, F. P. KiTinicutt, E. B Bronson, C. A. Herter Attend-
ing Surgeon— A. L. Fisk. Consulting ISurgeon — E. Abbe. Pathologist— M.
AVollstein.

Bellevue Hospital (1826), (Dept. Public Charities), foot of East
26th St. Capacity, 850 heds. No contagious diseases received here.
For the destitute sick, who are received from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Non-residents are charged !ii3.50 per week. Cases of accident or
sudden illness received direct at any hour of day or night; all
others only by permit from Superintendent of Out-door Poor. The
cases for all the hospitals (except Harlem and Fordham Reception
Hospital)in charge of the Department of Public Charities are iirst
sent here, the diagnosis of the disease is made by the examining
physician, and the patient is assigned to the proper hospital. Am-
bulances, provided with a surgeon, instruments, bandages, and
restoratives, are attached to the hospital, and may be summoned
by telegram from any police station. Apply for admission to hos-
pital to the Superintendent of Out-door Poor, northwest corner
11th st. and Third ave.

Attending Physicians.— A. Jacobi, C. L Dana, F. W. Jacksou, J. W.Brannai),
W. M. Polk, A. A. Smith, W. G. Wylie, A. Fliut, Jr., G. B. Fowler, H. P.
Loomis. C. E. Naramack, W. B. James, A. Lambert, H. M. Bigjrs, W.G. Thomp-
son. Attending Surgeons.— J. W. ^. Gouley, C. Phelps. L. A. Stira.son, W. F.
Fhihrer, J. D. Bryant, F. S. Dennis, S. Alexander, E. W. Taylor, F. H. Markoe,
G. Woolsey, B. B. Gallamlet, F. W. Gwyer. Consulting Physicians and 6'?// -
.7eo7is — F. Delatield, L. A. Sayre, E. L. Keyes, S. Smith, Austin Flint, E F.
Weir, C. A. Leale. Superintendent — W. B. O'Eourke.

Beth Israel Hospital (1890), 206 East Broadway. For gratuitous
treatment of the poor. Has at present 28 beds for occupation.
Applications for patients can be made to the Superintendent, J.
Borchardt, at the hospital.



HOSPITALS. 197

Attending Physicians. — A. A. Hiniowich. J. IIal])(Mn, 1). Rohiiisohii, M. Koniin,
.1. I. Itlui'stone' AttendiiH/ S'.rnconfu.—A. E. Isjuks. L.J Ladiiiski. Attending
Uynifologints. — B. (ionlou, A BrotluTs. ('onuultitig Physicians. — A. Jacobi,

E. LeFevre, F. W. Lllieiithal. Consulting Surgeon.— F. W. Gwyer. Consulting
Neurologist.— K. D. Fislu'V. Consulting Gynecologist — U. J. Boldt. Consulting
Oj>hthatmnlogi.yt.—J. E. Weeks. Consulting Laryngologist —W . Freudeiithal.
Path ologi St. ~ll. T. Brooks. House Physician. -W. Menger. House Surgeon.—
M. Roseutover.

City Hospital, Blackwell's Island, foot ot 52(1 st., E. R. Steamer
fronrfoot of 26th St.. E. R., at 10.30 a. m., l.oO and 3.30 p.m. Steam
launch from foot of 52d st. every half-hour during thf day. Re-
ceives patients suffering from all varieties of disease. Has a capa-
city of 1,000 beds. Has one surgical, three medical, three venereal,
an oi)hthalmic, a dermatological, and a uterine division, compris-
ing thirty-iive wards. Each of these has three visiting surgeons
or physicians, who do duty alternately for a period of two months.
G. E. Leet, Superintendent.

Attending Physicians a^id Surgeons.— E. 8. Veck, R. Kalish, J. A. Andrews,
P. A. Morrow, ('. C Ramson, J. R. Gotfe, E. Fnller. C. A. Herter, R. H. VVylie,
C. C. Campbell, J. R. Couwav. A. Fitch, J. Collins, E. D. Fisher, A. IST. Stroiise.

F. Peterson, G. R. Lockwnod, W. K. Draper, R. H. Gieene. G. E. Brewer, A. H.
Elv, H. S. Stearns. C. E. Quinbv. W. Coleman. D. H. MoAlpin, Jr.. E. B. Bronson,
J.E. Kelly, A. M. Phelps. R. Gniteras F. H. Wisgin. J. A. Fordyce. J. R.
Havden. Constdting Physicians.— H. Watts. B. Robinson, J. J. Reed, C. J. Mac-
gnire. Consulting Surgeons.— B.. G. Piffard. W. R. Pryor, W. K. Otis.

Colored Home and Hospital (1839), 65tli st. and First ave.
Managed by an association of ladies and gentlemen, and under the
general supervision of the Commissioners of Public Charities. A
relief for all classes of colored people. Consists of an almshouse and
hospital, and a lying-in department. Accommodates 200. Appli-
cants must be residents of the county of New York, unless they
pay board. Visiting days Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 5 p. m.

Attending Physician.— G. R. White. Consulting Physician— T. W. Bickerton.
Co7isulfing Stirgeoyi.—C.'M.cBnTiiej. Consulting Obstetrician.— S. D. Nicoll.
Attending Surgeon— J. A. Hartwell. Ophthalmologist.— B.. D. i^oyes. Path-
ologist.— G. A. Tuttle. House Physician. — W. J. Merserean.

Columbus Hospital (incorporated 1891), 226 East 20th st. Under
the charge of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart. A gen-
eral hospital, devoted to the care of the sick and injured poor.
Patieuts admitted without regard to race or creed. The poor are
treated free. Private rooms and wards at special rates. Capac-
ity 80 beds. Apply at Hospital. OuC-Patient Department open
daily, except Sundays and legal holidays.

Attending Physicians.— C. H. Lewis, F. Ferguson. Attending Surgeons.—

G. J. Walsh, R. Guiteras. Consulting Physician.— G. Boucher. Consulting
Surgeons.— G. F. Shrady, S. Smith. Special Consii.ltants.—B. H. Grandin, P. A.
Callan, C G. Coakley.— iroi*«e Physician.— H. J. Onderdonk.



19d HOSPITALS.

Emergency Hospital for Women, 223 East 23d st. For the re-
ception and care of those taken in labor in the street or on their
way to the Island. The medical service is performed by members
of the house staff of Bellevne Hospital.

Flower Hospital (1890), 63d st. and Avenue A. For medical,
surgical and maternity" cases. Maintained by the New York Hom-
eopathic Medical College and Hospital. Ward patients, $7 to $10
per week. Private ward, $10 to $12 per week. Private rooms,$15
to |40 per week. The Superintendent may remit the whole or any
jiart of this charge in case of needy patients from the City of New
York. Apply to the Superintendent at any time. Ambulance
service from 42d to 59th St., and from Sixth ave. to East River.

Consulting Physicians. — Y. H. Boynton, W. H. Kin^, H. C. Hougbton, J. P.
O'Connor, H. M. Dearborn. Consulting Surgeons. — W. T. Helmuth, F. E.
Dougbtv, S. F. Wilcox. Attending Physicians.— T. F. Allen, St. C Sn»itb, J. M
Schley, Gr. G. Sbelton, J. W. Dowling, E. H. Porter, C. S. Macv,' M. Deschere,
L. L. Danforth. Attending Surgeons.— W. T. Helmuth, P. AY. Hamlin, P. Allen,
J. P. Sherman. Assistant Physicians.— J. P. Sewuid, P. "W. Hamlin, P. Allen,
J. P. Sherman. Houae Staff. — T. A. Buys, E. A. Austin, A. F. Warren. Super-
intendent. — A. Lake.

Fordliam Receplion Hospital (1890) 2456 Valentine ave., Branch
of Bellevue Hospital. District covering Fordham, Tremont, Wil-
liamsbridge, Kingsbridge, Woodlawn, Morrisania, West Farms,
Melrose, Westchester, Wakefield, City Island, Bartow, Springhurst
and Pelham Manor. For the destitute sick and disabled. Has
also an ambulance service.

Attending Physicians.— J. Reigelman, T. J. Dunn, J. H. Eden, E. F. Hurd.
Attending Surgeons.— J. J. Rigsius, J. J. Quigley, J. R. Campbell, J. A. Fergu-
son. Dermatologist.— A. C. Lewis. Ophthalmologist. — C. B. Carter. House
Staff.— J. A. Ronayne, D. D. Rafferty, J. D. Murphy, C. B. Mittelstaedt. Clerk.
J. F. Wood.

French Hospital (1881), 320-322 West 34th st. Under the aus-
pices of the French Benevolent Society of New York. For the care
of the French poor of the city, and foreigners able to pay. Single
beds in wards, $7 per week; private rooms from $20 to $30 per
week, according to location. Dispensary attached open to all,
from 2 to 4 p. M. every day except Sundays and legal holidays.

Attending Physicians and Surgeons.— J. S. Sauvalle, J. D. Nagel, J. M. Ferrer,
Gr. G. Van Shaick, C. H. Peck. Consultimi Physicians and Surgeons.— T. G.
Thomas, R. F. Weir, J. J. Henna, J. A. Booth, J. B. Fowler, R. Guiteras, E. V.
Agramonte. Consulting Specialist Physicians— H. S. Norris, R. W. Taylor, W.
R. TuWEsend, J. H. Gunning, E. Y. Hill, H. L. Collyer, W. L Carr, T.Darling-
ton, J H. P. Hodgson, W. W. Gilfillan, R. Guiteras, H. Z. Hazen. Hoiise
Physician. — O. M. Leisei-.

German Hospital (1861), Park ave. and 77th st. Open for all
nationalities, religious and colors ; 185 beds. Application for
admission to the hospital to be made there. Visiting days, Wed-



HOSPITALS. 199

iiesday ami Sundjiy, from 2 to 4 P.M. No out-door patients are
treated in tlie hospital ; tlic dispensary lor ont-door patients is at
137 Second ave. Open from 2 to 5 p.m. every week day.

Visiting and Consulting Physicians. — J. Adler, W. Balser, A. Biicbler, A.
Caille, E. Fridenberg. F. Foer.sttsr, J. W. Gleitsmun, E. Gruening, H. (iuleke,
A. Jacobi, G. W. Jacobv. F. Kammerer, H. G. Klotz, C. F Kremer, F. Krug, G.
Laiigniann, C. H. Lellman, W. Meyer, B. Morj6. E. Schotty, E. F. Scliwedler,
F. Schwyzer, J. Simrock. Superintendent.—^ . Kotzenberg.

(xouveriiem* Hospital (Pub. Char.), Gouvcrneur slip, corner
Front St. A reception hospital for accidents, and medical indoor
and outdoor patients, in that part of the city. Patients are trans-
ferred from it to Belle vue.

Attending Physicians and Sur(jeons. — F. Huber, J. Huddleston, E. Elliott, Jr.'
John Rogers, T. W. Cleveland, J. F. Erdman, F. Hollister, O. J. Ward.

Haliiiemanu Hospital (1875), Fourth ave., between 67th and 68th
sts For homoeopathic treatment of patients. Pay patients, from
$7 to $40 a week, are admitted by the Eesident Physician daily.
Free patients are admitted by the Executive Committee on appli-
cation through the Resident Physician, which may be made daily
from 9 A. M. to 2 p. m. 103 beds.

Attending Physicians.— 'L. L. Danforth, D. D. Stevens, T. F. Smith, A. B. Cos-
sart, A. L. Root. J. M. Wettuore. Attending Surgeons.—J . H. Thompson, C. L.
Bagg, G. W. Roberts, E. G. Tiittle. W. F. Honan, C. W. Cornell, W, G. Fralich.
Resident Physicians. — T. TT. Clark, J. E. TVhiteman.

Harlem Reception Hos])ital and Dispensary (I8a7), Dep't.
Public Charities, 533 East 12<Jth st. Is a branch of Bellevue Hos-
pital for the territory covered by the 28th, 29th and 37th precincts
North of 96th st.. East of Lenox ave. and South of 149th st. For
the destitute sick, unable to pay for medical aid, in that part of
the city. Capacity 45 beds. Apply to House Surgeon. Has two
ambulances which answer emergency calls in case of accidents.

Attending Physicians and Surgeons. — J. G. Truax. J. A. Blake, S. J. Meltzer,
J. T. J. Bird, T. S. Haynes, R. Van Santwood, H. A. Haubold, A. P. Dudley.

Hospital for Neryous Diseases (1867) (Public Charities), Black-
well's Island. Consists of two pavilions near City Hospital.
Capacity 80 beds.

Consulting Physicians. — F. Peterson, E. Fisher, J. Collins, A. Fitch.

Hospital of the New York Society for the Relief of the
Ruptured and Crippled (1863), 42d st., corner Lexington ave.
Free to indigent residents of New York City and crippled
United States soldiers ; a moderate charge is made to other parties.
Appliances and bandages are furnished to the indigent. Accom-
modations for 200 patients. Students are admitted to clinical in-
struction. Open daily (Sundays and legal holidays excepted) from
1 to 3 for outdoor patients. During the same hours application for



200 HOSPITALS.

the admission of indoor patients must also bo made. Day for visit-
ing- patients, Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. (jliildren from four to
fourteen received as indoor patients.

Surqeon-inOttie/.— X. P. Gibney. Consulting Physicians.— A. H. Smith, L.
E.Holt, A. A. Smith, E. C. Janewav, F. P. Kiimicutt, H. S. Stearns. Consulting
Swrr/eoiis.— K. P. Weir, J . W. S. Goiilev. K Abbe, C. McEurney, C. T. Poor,
J. I). Bryant. Consultinu Specialists. — D. "Webster, L. D. Buckley, B. U. Bux-
ton, A. M. Hamilton, L. C Gray, D. B. Delevan. House Surgeon.— A. H. Cilley.
}\'ar(h'7i.—E. S. Burt

Hospital for Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria Patients (1898),
foot of East 16tli st, facing East River. It is intended for pay
patients. There are two separate pavilions, oue for scarlet fever
and one for diphtheria. Each pavillion is equipped with its own
physician, staff of nurses, servants, etc. JCach patient has hisown
pri^'ate room. The charges for rooms, incinding nursing and tlie
services of the resident physician, are thirty dollars a week, pay-
able weekly in advance. If the services of the visiting physicians
are required, their charges will I)e in addition to the above.
Patients may be attended by their own pliysiciaus, if it is so
desired. Children n)av be accompanied bv their mothers. Tele-
phone, 2880 18th St.

Visiting Physicians.— "L. E. Holt, "W. H. Katzenbacb, G. M. Swift, E. M. Cran-
dall, W. K. Draper. R. J. Carlisle. Consulting Physicians.— E. G. Janewav, A.
Jacobi, W H. Draper. R. H Derby. K. P. Kiunicutt, A. A. Smith, J. W. Bran-
nan. Consulting Otologist. — Gorham Bacon. Consulting Laryngologist —H. 'S.
Curtis. Resident Physician. — E. L. Dow.

Hospital for Women (homn^.ojWthic), connected with the Med-
ical College for Women (1863), 213 W. 54th St. For the medical
education of women. The hospital is open to any sick woman or
child, irrespective of creed or nationality, excepting' those with
contagions diseases Retined, sensitive women may receive
skilled treatment from women physicians. Capacity, 24 beds.
Patients may pay according to ability ; ward prices, $7 per week,
but received free when necessary. Supported by board of patients
and voluntary contributions of the ])ublic. Applications for ad-
mission should be made to Superintending Physician A. F. Donog-
hue.

Visiting Physicians. — M. E Bond, E.-Jarrett, L. A Bickt'ord, E. Edmonston S.
Morgauthaler, E. L. Round.s, M. R. Worrill. M. E. Nuttt-r, M. B. Brown. L. Z.
Bu kholz. U. D'E Keatiiijie, R. Duulevy. Consult i n () Phi/sicians.— A. B Camj)
bell. H. ^1. D.'arboin, S. F. Wilcox. W. T. Helmuth ' G. W. Roberts. P J. B.
Wair, L. L Dauforth, M. B Brown, M. A. Briuknuin, F. H. Boyntou, J. T.
O'Connor, T. C. Ayilliams.

House of Relief of N. Y. Hospital (Hudson Street Hospital,
Hudson & Jay sts. For immediate care of emergency cases occur-
ring in the lower part of the city, both for indoor and outdoor
patients. Apply at any hour.

Attending Surgeon — L. A. Stimson. Attending Phy.tician. — L. A. Conner.
House Surgeon. — E.J. Labbc. Supervtitendent. — G. P. Ludlam. Acting Super-
intendent. — H A. Knoll.



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House of Rest for Consumptives (P. E.) (1869), formerly at
Tremout, Now York. Under u contract ]>etweeii this institution
and St. Luke's Hospital a certain number of beds for both men and
women are maintained at the latter institution, in separate wards,
for phthisical patients. Applications for admission of patients
may be made at St. Luke's Hospital, Cathedral Heights, 113th st.
and Amsterdam ave., any day (Sunday excepted) from 10 a.m.
to 5 P.M. The office of the Corporation is at 40 Broadway.

Officers of the Corporation of the House of Best for Consumptives. President.
— TToodbury G. Lanjrdoii, 719 Fifth ave. ^'ecre^ary.— Howard Towimeud,
32 Nassau st. Treasurer .—A.w\vew C. Zabriskie, 52 Beaver St., New York.

J. Hood \Vrig:ht Memorial Hospital (formerly Manhattan)
(1885), 131st st. and Amsterdam ave. Accommodations for 66
patients. Indij^ent residents of New York City and vicinity are
treated free ; for others ^1 a day is charged for ward accommoda-
tions and .^15 to !?25 a week for j)rivate rooms. There is also an
out-patient department, open daily from 2 to 4 p.m., for treatment
of the poor only. Ambulances are provided day and night for em-
ergency cases. Hours for visitors, from 2 to 4 p.m., Tuesdays, Fri-
days and Sundays. The hospital is supported entirely hy chari-
table contributions.

A«er!(fm(/P/(»/S('ci«/iS.— F. H; Daniels. S. Baruch, G. S. Knickerbocker. At-
tending Sur<j eons.— 1j. \V. Ho'clikiss, W. G. LeBoutillier, C. T. Parker Gon-
sultinri Physician.— E. G. Jaueway. Consulting Surgeon.— W. T. Bull. Con-
sulting Gynecologist.—E.. C. Coe. Pathologist. — E. K.Dauham. Superintendent
— L. Fenn.

Laura Franklin Free Hospital for Children (1886), 17 and 19
E. 111th St. and Fifth ave. Under charge of the Sisters of Mary
(P. E.), and for sick and injured children whose parents or friends
are unable to pay. The treatment is homoeopathic.

Attending Physicians.— M. Deschere. G. W. McDowell, E. H. Porter. J. W.
DowllDg, I. Townsend, J. B. Garrison, W. I. Pierce. Attending Surgeons.—
S. F. Wilcox, W. T. Helmuth, Jr., G. W. Eoberts. Consulting Physicians. —
T. F. Allen, J. M. Wetmore. Consulting Surgeons.— ^V. T. Helmuth, F. E.
Doughty.

Lebanon Hospital (1890), 150th st. and Westchester ave. Ap-
plicants received daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Board in wards,
$7 per week. Private rooms from ^15 to $30 per week. 100 beds.
Poor patients free. Outdoor department 2 to 4 daily.

Attending Physician.— A. P. Zemansky. Attending Surgeon.— V. Syms. Attend-
ing Gynecologist.—^. Waldo. Ophthahnologist.—V^. Cowen. Berntatologist.—
W. S. Gottheil. Superintendent.— G. Wassermann. House Physician.— C. 'P.
Chipp.

Loomis Sanitarium for Consumptives (City Branch) (1894),
104 and 106 W. 49th st. For the treatment of consumptives and



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