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WOMAN'S HOSPITAL.— 304 High st. A department of St. Michael's
Hospital under the charge of the (R. C.) Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis.

Surgs., E. J. Ill, C. S. Ill, Chiefs of Clinic; W. M. Goodwin, W. Petry;
F. R. Hausllng, Asst.

ORANGE.

NEW^ JERSEY ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL, AND DISPEN-
SARY. — 148 Scotland st. Tel. 697L. Accommodates ten patients. Dispensary
hours, 3 to 5 P. M., semi-weekly.

Att'd Staff, R. E. Soule, Surg.-in-Chief ; H. A. Pulsford, Asat. Surg.;
Consult. Surgs., T. W. Harvey, J. H. Bradshaw; Consult. Phys., T. 8. P.
Fitch, M. Runyon; Consult. Orthop., R. A. Hlbbs; Ophthal. and Auriat, L.
Emerson.



868 HOSPITALS OF NEW JERSEY.

orange: 3IEMORIAL. HOSPITAL..— 224 Essex av. Tel. 25.
Ambulance— For particulars apply to Record Ambulance office, Essex av.
Acute non-contagious diseases admitted between 9 A. M. and 5 P. M. ; emer-
gency cases at any hour. A limited number of incurables received, provided
they pay not less than $6 per week. Medical, surgical and maternity wards,
and wards for children and for phthsical cases. Board, for those able to pay,
$6 per week in the wards. Cases admitted on a physician's certificate. Vis.
days— Tues. and Fri.. 2.30 to 4.30 P. M. ; Sun., 10 to 11 A. M.

Supt., M. W. McKechnie; Vis. Pliys., T. S. P. Fitch, M. Runyon, H. B.
Matthews, J. M. Maghee; Vis. Surgs., W. J. Chandler, T. W. Harvey, J. H.
Bradshaw, W. B. Graves; Junior Vis. Staff, H. A. Pulsford, R. D. Freeman,
W. Dodge, A. W. Bingham, C. R. Neare, E. C. Seibert, D. A. Cater, L. Emer-
son, S. G. Lea, R. Hunt; Emeritus Member, C. Buttner; Path., D. W. Poor;
Curator, Walter Dodge; Ophthal., L. Emerson; Consult. Ophthal., T. Y.
Sutphen, T. R. Chambers; Anaesthetist, C. R. Neare.

PASSAIC.

PASSAIC GENERAIi HOSPITAL.— Lafayette av. Tel. 180. Non-
contagious diseases received between 9 A. M. and 5 P. M. ; emergency cases
at any hour. Vis. days— Mon., Wed. and Fri., 2 to 3; Tues., Thurs. and Sat.,
7 to 8 P. M.

Supt., Rev. A. I. Martine; Vis. Phys., C. Van Riper, J. J. Sullivan, G. S.
Davenport, A. W. Van Riper; Vis. Surgs., G. J. Van Schott, G. Van Vranken,
H. Drews, W. H. Carroll; Gynecol., P. A. Harris, H. Williams; Ophthal.,
W. E. Chase; Obstet., A. W. Van Riper; Path., F. R. Sandt; Laryngol.,
F. F. C. Demarest; Anaesthet., P. Terhune.

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL.

Vis. Phys., E. DeBaun, Passaic; H. H. Hollister, Rutherford; E. 0. Cyphers,
Belleville; H. F. Datesman, Passaic; A. Drury, F. P. Ekings, Paterson. Vis.
Surgs., C. A. Church, Passaic; C. H. Church, Paterson; F. D. Vreeland, Pater-
son; H. C. Reynolds, Passaic; J. Crooks, D. J. Garlough, Paterson. Consult.
Phys., J. I. Seward, Orange; F. B. Mandeville, J. K. Mulholland, Newark;
St. C. Smith, New York; P. S. Kinnie, Paterson; N. C. Ricardo, Passaic.
Consult. Surgs., W. T. Helmuth, S. F. Wilcox, G. W. Roberts, E. G. "Puttie,
J. H. Thompson, New York. Anaesthet., J. E. Meeker, Moutclair. Consult.
Anaesthet., T. D. Buchanan, New York.

PATERSON.

PATERSON GENERAL HOSPITAL.— Market st. and Madison av.
Tel. 974. Ambulance service. Patients are examined and passed for admission
by the House Physician. Contagious diseases not received. Vis. days — Tues.,
Thurs., Sat. and Sun., 2 to 3.

Supt., J. E. Stohlman, Jr.; Consult. Phys., A. W. Rogers; Consult. Surg.,

E. J. Marsh; Vis. Phys., W. K. Newton, J. M. Stewart, J. R. Merrill; Vis.
Surgs., J. L. Leal, B. L. Magennis, J. C. McCoy; Gynecols., G. H. Balleray,
P. A. Harris; Ophthal., W. B. Johnson.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL.— Main st. In charge of the Sisters of
Charity.

Vis. Phys., F. E. Agnew, A. M. McBrlde; Asst. Phys., E. J. Marsh, Jr.;
Vis. Surgs., J. W. Smith, H. Parke; Asst. Surg., W. W. McAllister; Gynecol.,
Q. H. Balleray; J. O'Donnell, Asst.; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, W. B. John-
son, J. W. Atkinson; Consults., E. J.- Marsh, W. Blundell.

PERTH AMBOY.

PERTH AMBOY CITY HOSPITAL.— New Brunswick av. Tel. 204.

Supt., Miss B. M. Bamber; Consult. Staff, E. J. Ill, G. E. Brewer, A.

Lambert, J. A. Booth, E. S. Thomson, T. P. Berens; Vis. Staff, J. G. Wilson.

F. C. Henry, G. W. Tyrrell, W. E. Ramsay, J. L. Lund, F. W. Kltchel.

PLAINFIELD.

MUHLENBERG HOSPITALi.— Park av. and Randolph rd. Tel. 47.
Ambulance, 125 North av. (Tel. 10). Apply to hospital for permission to use
saroe. Contagious and venereal diseases. Insanity, acute alcoholiim. and



HOSPITALS OF NEW JERSEY. 868

chronic diseases, ordinarily deemed incurable, not admitted, except for emer-
gency treatment. Physicians not on the hospital staff may treat their private
cases in the hospital, subject to regulations. Vis. days— Sun., Tues. and Fri.,
2 to 4 P. M.

Supt., Miss H. Wildey; Vis. Phys., T. H. Tomlinson, W. C. Boone, J. H.
Carman, J. H. Zegllo; Vis. Surgs., M. B. Long, E. W. Hedges, W. H. Murray,

B. Van D. Hedges; Ophthal. and Otol., F. C. Ard; Path, and Bacterlol., N. H.
Probasco; Consult. Staff, M. A. Starr, Phys.; J. B. Janvrin, Gynecol.; W. T.
Bull, G. W. Bndicott, J. B. Probasco, Surgs. ; E. J. Ill, Gynecol.; H. Smith,
Laryngol. ; D. W. Hunter, Ophthal.; J. D. Richards, W. P. Brandagee, Otol.

SOMERVILiLE.
SOMERSET HOSPITALi.— Admission— All cases except contagious dis-
eases, and chronic cases In' which there is no hope of benefit.
Head Nurse, Miss E. C. Friel; Phys., M. B. Gaston, J. F. McWilliam,

C. R. P. Fisher, G. Henry; Surgs., J. P. Hecht, T. H. Flynn, A. L. Stillwell,
W. H. Long, Jr.; Consult. Staff, E. J. Ill, Gynecol.; C. J. Kipp, Ophthal. and
Otol. ; A. L. Fisk, F. N. Donohue, Surgs. ; R. G. Freeman, Phys. ; W. K.
Simpson, Laryngol.; B. E. Smith, Path.

SPRING LAKE.
ANN MAY MEMORIAL. HOM(EOPATHIC HOSPITAL.

Supt., Miss C. B. McCabe; Phys., J. F. Ackerman, J. H. Bryan, H. B.
Alday, G. D. Fay, B. P. Upham, C. A. Norris; Surgs.. W. H. Bishop, F. C.
Bunn, B. H. Garrison; Gynecol., E. G. Tuttle; Obstet., J. Ackerman;
Children, R. W. Herbert; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, C. C. Straughn;
AnsBsthet., F. E. Voorhees; Res. Phys., M. Johnson.

TRENTON.

MERCER HOSPITAL.— Dispensary 11 A. M. daily.

Med. Director, W. Elmer; Consult. Surgs., I. D. Young, J. M. Wells;
Consult. Phys., W. Elmer, S. S. Stryker; Att'd Surgs., T. H. Mackenzie, A.
Armstrong, N. B. Oliphant; G. H. Parker, D. F. Weeks, D. B. Ackley, H. M.
Anderson, Assts. ; Att'd Phys., C. J. Craythom, G. R. Moore, W. A. Clark,
G. H. Parker; G. M. Ridgeway, L. D. Tompkins, C. H. Holcombe, F. Harris,
Assts.; Gynecol., J. B. Shaw, B S. Hawke; R. H. C. Phillips, A. D. Hutch-
inson, Assts.; Ophthal., C. F. Adams; C. J. Craythom, Asst. ; Path., G. M.
Ridgway; C. H. Waters, Asst.; Auxiliary Staff, C. H. Waters, C. H. Mitchel,
W. S. Collier, E. J. Gordon, C. H. Holcombe, -P. I. Cort, W. I. Harmon, W. D.
Stevenson, P. Traub, C. J. Craythom.

ST. FRANCIS' HOSPITAL.

Vis. Phys., J. McGuire, W. S. Collier, W. L. Wilbur; Vis. Surgs., G. M. J.
Sommer, M. W. Reddan, H. B. Costill; Vis. Oculist, J. H. Dewey.

THE WILLIAM McKINLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.— Bruns-
wick av. Tels., 603 Bell, Interstate 13. Hours, 9.30 to 11 A. M., 1.30 to 5
P. M. Supt., W. B. Kents.

Med. Board: W. G. McCullough, Obstet.; A. W. Atkinson, Gynecol.; Howard
Ivlns, Ophthal.; I. N. Woodman, Electro-Therap. ; Surgs., J. H. McCullough,
Chief; Alton S. Fell, Asst. ; W. T. Rogers, Pathol. ; D. P. Brown, Anaesthet. ;
Associates, A. Woodhouse, C. W. Perkins, J. C. Shinn, C. A. Leigh, Drs. Leh-
mann. Heritage, Reeves, Allen, Teabeau and Doan.



DISPENSARIES OF NEW JERSEY.

CAMDEN.

CAMDEN CITY DISPENSARY.— 725 Federal Bt. Tel. 334. Incor-
porated February 5. 1867. 8 A. M. to 7 P. M. ; Sun. 12 to 1 P. M. Venereal
diseases not treated or prescribed for. Members of the Camden City Medical
Society have the privilege of sending prescriptions for poor patients to be com-
pounded free of charge; but the name of the patient and the prescription In
all such cases are to be registered in the Dispensary register. July to Sep-
tember Dispensary closes at 6 P. M.

Med. and Surg. Staff. C. G. Hummel, W. H. Pratt, L. B. Hirst, J. H.
Wills, C. Wetton, H. M. Sorin, O. W. Saunders, W. I. Kelchner, J. T. White,
J. E. Roberts, M. M. Osmun; Eye, R. Casperson; District Phya., J. H. Wills,
W. H. Pratt; Microscopist, L. B. Hirst; Dentist, B. B. Fortiner.

ELIZABETH.

ELIZABETH GENERAL HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— E. Jer-
.sey and Reid stsr Open daily, 2 to 4 and 6 to 7 P. M. (See Hospitals.)
Supt., A. F. Knowles.

JERSEY CITY.

CHRIST HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— 176- Palisade av. General
Dispensary open daily. Sun. excepted, 11.30 A. M. to 12.30 P. M. Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat, Tues. and Frl., 2 to 3 P. M.

Dispensary Staff, J. C. Parsons, Chief; L. Franklin, R. Clute, J. G. Enright,
H. E. Woelfle, Phys. ; G. D. Fyfe, H. S. Forman, W. Freile, C. L. Mc-
Merritt, Surgs. ; H. J. Bogardus, Ortbop. Surg. ; J. C. Parsons, Gynecol.

JERSEY CITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— 44 Baldwin av.

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Mon. and Tliurs., 2 to 3, W. Pyle, E. L. Bull
and House Staff; Skin, Mon., 3 P. M., C. H. Purdy; Women, Mon. and
Thurs., 11 A. M., J. M. Rector and House Staff; Surgery, dally, except Sun.,
at 10, J. D. Keegan and House Staff; Gen. Med., daily, except Sun., at 2
P. M., A. G. Rising and House Staff.

MONTCLAIR.

MOUNTAINSIDE HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— Bay st. Open

daily, except Sun. and holidays, 11 to 12.

Phys. and Surgs., F. F. Carman, John D. Moore, Albert E. Wrensch, Jere
A. Allis, J. S. Wolfe; Phys. to Women and Children, Stella S. Bradford;
Ophthal., Ralph Opdyke.

NEWARK.

ST. BARNABAS' HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.-681 High st. Open
daily, except Sun. and legal holidays, at 12 M., for the poor only. Gynecol.,
Mon. and Thurs. at 11 A. M.

Dispensary Staff: E. E. Guenther, Chief; Surgs., C. M. Randall, H. B. Vail,
J. R. English, G. F. MacC. Lamont; Phys., G. H. Palmer, J. F. Ward, G. J.
Holmes, F. R. Haussllng; Gynecol., E. Guenther; F. Hexamer, Asst. ; Asst.
Gynecol and Obstet., C. L. 111.

ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— 304 High st. Open

daily. Sun. excepted, at 11 A. M.

Clinic Phys., H. W. Long; H. A. Sheppach, R. L. Banister, L. G. Klrkman,
AsBts. ; Clinic Surgs., E. Holden, Jr., W. H. A. Warren; S. B. W. Leyen-
berger, J. C. Froelich, Assts. (For the surgeons and assistants of the Bye,
Bar, Throat and Dermatological Departments, see St. Michael'a Hospital.)

870



DISPENSARIES OF NEW JERSEY. 871

ORANGE!.

EAST ORANGE HOMCEOPATHIC DISPENSARY, THE.-23
Day St. Established 1883. Fee, 10 cents.

Staff, F. C. Woodruff, G. H. Richards, C. H. WIntsch, E. G. West, W. H.
Cooke, A. F. Thompson, A. Weller, W. F. Ejggs; Dentist, A. B. Todd.

ORANGE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.

Staff: Med., W. Dodge, M. H. Simmons, Chiefs; C. W. Banks, W. Rosensohm,
P. E. Knowles, R. H. Hunt; Surgs., E. C. Selbert, F. W. Lockwood, Chiefs;
S. G. Lee, P. A. Potter, H. Chandler; Gynecol., K. Porter, A. W. Bingham,
Chiefs; W. D. Banks, B. B. Ranson; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, L. Emerson;
Tuberculosis, H. A. Pulsford, Chief; G. C. Becket, G. E. Harbert.

PATERSON.

-PATERSON EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY.— 160 Paterson st.
Mon., Wed. and Frl., 2.30 P. M.

Executive Surg., W. B. Johnson; J. W. Atkinson, Asst. ; E. J. Marsh, Jr.,
Clin. Asst.; Consult. Phys., E. J. Marsh, W. Blundell; Consult. Surg., "D.
Webster.

PATERSON GENERAL HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.-Market

St. and Madison av. Open daily, except Sun., from 4 to 5 P. M.

Dispensary Staff, J. F. Gilson, W. Flitcroft, F. H. Todd, G. Fischer, J. H.
Banta, A. F. Alexander.

TRENTON.

CENTRAL HOMCEOPATHIC DISPENSARY.— 549 Perry st., 11
to 1, except Sun. Organized April 18, 1904.

Vis. Staff, V. A. Hornell, A. Woodhouse; Consult. Phys. and Surg., E. B.
Witte; Acting Supt., E. B. Witte, M.D.

MERCER HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— Open daUy at 11 A. M.

Phys., C. H. Waters, W. I. Harmon, P. L. Cort; Surgs., C. H. Mitchell,
P. Traub, W. D. Stevenson; Eye, C. J. Craythorn, E. J. Gordon; Nose, Throat
and Ear, C. H. Holcombe, W. S. Collier; Res. Phys., C. J. Slack.



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS— NEW
JERSEY.

BLACKWOOD.

CAMDEN COUNTY HOSPITAL, FOR INSANE.— Admission, resi-
dence In county ten years and the certificate of two physicians, of Bom«
reputable university, who have had five years' actual practice. Apply to
Superintendent, Charles F. Currie. Vis. day — Thurs., 2 to 4 P. M.

Med. Director, J. A. Smith.

BLOOMFIELD.
HOME OP THE GOOD SAMARITAN.— 910 N. Broad st. Under
the Volunteers of America. Shelters friendless and erring women. Matron,
C. McKlnnin.

CAMDEN.

CAMDEN HOME FOR FRIENDLESS CHILDREN.

Phys. -in-Chief, H. G. Taylor; Atfd Phys., A. McAllister, E. A. Y. Schel-
linger, Joel Fithian, W. H. Pratt, W. K. Miller, L. B. Hirst; Throat, Nose
and Ear, J. L. Nicholson; Eye, W. R. Powell.

CLARKSBORO.
GLOUCESTER COUNTY ALMSHOUSE AND ASYLUM.— Vis.

day, Fri. afternoon.
Supt., J. Ridgway; Att'd Phys., W. M. Stratton.

EAST ORANGE.
ORANGE ORPHAN ASYLUM.— 197 Harrison st. Tel. 218. Healthy
children received. Vis. days — First Thurs. or first Sun. of each month.
Matron, S. T. Horton; Vis. Phys., R. D. Freeman, A. W. Bingham.

EDGEWATER.
EDGEWATER CRECHE, THE.— Formerly the Bartholdi Crfich*.
A summer day nursery. Reached from New York City by ferry from th« foot
of W. 130th St., half hourly, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Mothers, with feeble
infants and children under ten years of age who cannot leave home for a
longer time, will find accommodation here. Cots and hammocks are pro-
vided, milk and other simple food Is served. Tickets may be obtained at
all the offices of the Charity Organization Society, and from dispensaries and
benevolent societies. Usually open from June 15th to September 15th. Annie
S. Daniel, Med. Supt., 5 Livingston pi.; Marie L. Chard, Asst. Supt., 347
W. 87th St.

ENGLEWOOD.
THE DAISY FIELDS HOME AND HOSPITAL FOR CRIP-
PLED CHILDREN.

Surg. -in^ Charge, W. O. Plympton; Att'd Phys. and Surgs., E. J. Mountain,
New York; H. M. Banks, J. W. Proctor, Englewood; Dentist, R. A. Sheppard.

JERSEY CITY HEIGHTS.

CHILDREN'S FRIEND SOCIETY.— 134 Glenwood av. A society
for destitute children over four years of age. Dependent for support entirely
upon private contributions.

HOME FOR AGED WOMEN.— Bergen and Fairview avs. For
Protestant women over seventy years of age, who pay an entrance fee of $300
and sign over their property to the institution.

872



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS— NEW JERSEY. 873

KEARNEY.
NEW JERSEY HOME FOR DISABLED SOIiDIERS.— K. H.

Goldberg, Acting Surg. ; Major P. F. Rog«rs, Supt.

MORRISTOWN.
NETV JERSEY STATE HOSPITAL AT MORRIS PL.AINS.-

Tel. 3J Morristown. On certificates of two physicians, and request from
relative or guardian, admission to those deranged. Inebriates are committed
by order of the Chancellor. Apply to the Medical Director. Vis. days— Tues.,
Thurs. Sat. and legal holidays, 12.30 to 4.30.

Med. Dir., B. D. Evans; Res. Staff, B. D. Evans, P. S. Mallon, H. A.
CoBSitt, C. C. BeUng, F. C. Horsford, A. J. Carroll, B. M. Fisher.

NEWARK.

ESSEX COUNTY HOSPITAL, FOR THE INSANE.-425 South
Orange av. Tel. 651. Admission — Insane cases under legal commitment from
the county only. Vis. days— Sat., first Sun. in each month, and legal holi-
days, 9.30 to 11.30 A. M. and 1.30 to 4 P. M.

Med. Supt.i D. M. Dill; Disp. Clerk, G. T. Rockwell; Res. Staff, W. H.
Hicks, 1st Asst. and Path.; W. C. Dean, 2d Asst. ; J. W. Stiles, Jr., 3d Asat.
BRANCH AT OVERBROOK.

Res. Phys., R. Bolton; Asst., G. Payne.

HOME FOR AGED WOMEN.— 225 Mt. Pleasant av. 'VIs. days-
Wed, and Fri., 2 to 5 P. M.

Att'd Phys., E. M. Lyon, S. R. Mead, E. D. G. Conklln, M. J. Lawrence,
R. Potter, T. Corwin; Dentist, F. E. Riley.

PROTESTANT FOSTER HOME SOCIETY.— 284 Belleville av.
Oi-ganized 1848. Receives orphans and half orphans and friendless children.
Open for visitors dally, except Sat. and Sun.

Att'd Phys., J. Fewsmith. E. P. Courtright; Ophthal., C. J. Klpp; Supt.,
Miss J. MacDonald; Dentist, J. Feiner.

PATERSON.

PATERSON ORPHAN ASYLUM.

Med. Staff, W. B. Johnson, H. Parke, S. P. Wiley.

SUMMIT.

FRESH AIR AND CONVALESCENT HOME, THE.— South
Mountain, N. J. Convalescent children, from five to fifteen years of age, not
requiring constant medical attendance, received and cared for until restored to
health. Open during the entire year, and a teacher provided. Apply to Mrg.
C. E. Kimball, Chairman Receiving Committee.

TRENTON.

NEW JERSEY STATE HOSPITAL AT TRENTON.— Tel.

Long Distance 1011. Indigent patients received from the thirteen southern
counties of the State of New Jersey, provided they are properly certified to as
deranged, and the requirements of the statute for committing patients to tha
institution have been complied with.

Med. Director, J. W. Ward; Asst. Phys., J. C. Falty, C. L. Allon, I. B.
Funkhauser, W. C. iandy.



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NEW JERSEY STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL

EXAMINERS.

PRESIDENT— W. H. Shipps, Bordentown, N. J.

SECRETARY— J. W. Bennett, Long Branch, N. J.

TREASURER— C. A. Groves, East Orange, N. J.

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD (1906-7)— W. H. Shipps, Bordentown; D. P.
Borden, Paterson; C. A. Groves, East Orange; E. H. Baldwin, Newark; J. J.
Baumann, Jersey City; J. W. Bennett, Long Branch; A. Uebelacker, Morris-
town; W. P. Watson, Jersey City; B. L. B. Godfrey, Camden.



MEDICAL LIBRARIES IN THE STATE OF
NEW JERSEY.

TRENTON.

Trenton Medical Library Association, Academy at. Librarian, Dr. Q. N. J.
Sommer. Open dally, A. M. to 9 P. M.



87i



LIST OF PHYSICIANS IN CONNECTICUT.
ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POST-OFFICES.



ABINGTON, Windham Co.
Pike, Ezra B. Me. Med., 1857.

ANSONIA, New Haven Co.

Baker, Scott R., 23 Johnson st. Tel.

251-6. Yale, 1879.
Conklln, William H., 178 Main Bt.,

9 to 10. 3 to 4, 7 to 9. Tel. 261-3.

N.Y.Unlv., 1882.
Cooper, Louis Edward, 58 Main st., 9

to 10, 2 to 3, 7 to 8. Tel. 237-4.

Yale, 1886. Am. Med. Ass'n; State

Soc.
Doolittle, Mary E. P.&S., Boston,

1892.
Goldstein, Frederick C, Main st.

Tel. 258-2. Yale, 1893.
Norwood, Paul. 76 Main st., 10 to

11, 2 to 4, 7 to 8.30. Res. 32

Tremont st. Tels. 184-4 & 257-4.

Also Sheepshead Bay, B'klyn, N.

Y. Omaha Med., 1887.
Parmalee, Edward K., 50 Main et.,

8.30 to 9.30, 1 to 3, 7 to 8. Tel.

51-2. L.I.C.Hosp., 1889.
Peck, Fred Johnson, 44 Main st., 1

to 5. Tel. 486. Univ. Mich., 1892.
Steudel, Henry. 192 Main st. Tel.

238. Kiel, 1889.
Wilmot, Louis Howard, 38 Main St.,

8 to 9. 1.30 to 3, 7 to 9. Res. 85

High St. Tels. 173-4 & 173-2.

N.Y.Unlv., 1891. State Soc.

BALTIC, New London Co.

Bouvier, Stanislas. Victoria, 1889.
Stanton, Thales I. N.Y.Unlv., 1878.

BERLIN, Hartford Co.

Christian, William Wright. N.Y.

Horn., 1895. Am. Inst. Horn.;

State Horn. Soc, Vis. Phys. &

Surg. New Britain Gen'l Hosp.
Ensign, Robert B. Albany, 1857.

State Soc. Consult. Phys. New

Britain Hosp.

BETHEL, Fairfield Co.
Barber, Alvin Elizur. Berkshire,
1854. State Soc. Consult. Staff
Bridgeport Hosp.



Hart, Charles R. P.&S.,N.Y., 1859.

State Soc.
Moore, H. Frank. Missouri, 1898.

Am. Med. Ass'n; State Soc.
Waite, H. E. Also N. Y. City.

N.Y. Eel., 1885. N. Y. Co. & State

Soc.
Wight, George Dewitt. Bell., 1887.

State Soc.

BLOOMFIELD, Hartford Co.
Isham, Oliver K. N.Y.Unlv., 1889.

BRANFORD, New Haven Co.

Evans, George Edwin. N.Y. Horn.,

1896. State Horn. Soc.
Gaylord, Chares Woodward. Yale,

1872. Am. Med. Ass'n; State Soc;

Nat'l Aas'n Study & Prevention

Tuberculosis.
Tenney, Arthur John. Yale, 1883.

State Soc.

BRIDGEPORT, Fairfield Co.

Adams, Frederic Joseph, 325 Fairfield
av., 2 to 3, 7 to 8. Tel. 662.
N.Y.Unlv., 1895. SUte Soc.

Banks, Charles Lincoln, 306 West
av., 1.30 to 3. 7 to 8. Tel. 91.
P.&S.,N.Y., 1891. State Soc.;
N. Y. Acad. Med.

Benedict. Celest A., 528 State st., 10
to 12. 2 to 4. W.M.C.Pa., 1874.

Bennett, Harry Raymond, 544 Fair-
field St., by appt. Tel. 1946M.
Dartmouth, 1897. State Soc.

BUI, Philip Worcester, 534 Fairfield
av., 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Tel. 890. P.&
S..N.Y.. 1901. Am. Med. Ass'n;
State Soc. Att. Path. & Asst.
Phys. Bridgeport Hosp.

Blackman. Chester Eugene, 1119
Stratford av., until 9, 1 to 3, 6 to
8. Tel. 330. L.I.C.Hosp., 1897.
Am. Med. Ass'n; State Soc.

Blank, Elmer Francis, 387 Noble av.,
1 to 3, 6 to 8. Tel. 431. Star-
Itng.Columbus.Ohio. 1897. State
Soc. Ped. St. Vincent's Hosp.

Blodget, Henry, 477 State st., 2 to 3,
Tues., Thurs. & Sat. Tel. 814r2,
Bell.. 1881. State Sq9.



875'



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LIST OF PHYSICIANS IN CONNECTICUT.



Bowers, William C, 336 State st.

Tel. 1105-4. P.&S.,N.Y., 1887.
Bradley, Allen C, 107 Fulton St.,

7 to 9, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Tel. 1507-5.

N.Y.Hom., 1891. State Horn. Soc.
Bragg, James D., 80 5th av., 1 to 3.

•Tel. 710-5. Albany, 1867.
Budau, John Harry Dlederlcks, 876

North av., 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Tel.

1286. Yale, 1900.
Bunnell, W. H.. 1068 Stratford av.

Tel. 2733 J. P.&S.,N.Y., 1879.
Clemens, Konrad, 317 Fairfield av., 8

to 9, 7 to 8. Tel. 277. Jena.

1886.
Coops, Frank H., 411 State st.

Tel. 1862 Bell. P.&S.,Balt., 1806.

Am. Med. Ass'n; State Soc. Vis.

Phys. Day Kimhall Hnsp.. Putnam.
Cowell, George B., 498 & 502 B.

Washington av., 1 to 3, 7 to 8.

Tel. 401. P.&S.,N.Y.. 1887. Am.

Med. Ass'n; State Soc; U. S.

Ass'n Military Surgs. Vis. Phys.

St. Vincent's Hosp. ; Vis. Gynecol.

Bridgeport Hosp.
Dawson, J. W., 1005 E. Main st., 8

to 10, 1 to 3. Tel. 539-2. Toledo,

1894.
Day, Fessenden L., 477 State st.,

1.30 to 3.30, 7 to 8. Tel. 814-2.

Bell., 1893. Am. Med. Ass'n;

State Soc.
De Lisser, Glenwood Medcalfe, 458

Noble av., 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Sun.

by appt. Tel. 137. St. Louis,

1897. Am. Med. Ass'n; State Soc.

Phys. Gen'l & St. Vincent's Hosps.
De Wolfe, Daniel C, 516 Fairfield

av., 9 to 12. 6 to 8. Tel. 650.

TJniv.Vt, 1886. State Soc. Ocu-
list St. Vincent's & City Hosps. &

Soldiers* Hosp., Noroton.
Downs, Frederick B.. 906 Lafayette

St.. 1 to 3. Tel. 1202. P.&S.,N.Y.,

1878. State Soc.
DriscoU. Daniel M., 467 State st., 2

to 4. 7 to 8. Tel. 90. P.&S..N.Y.,

1900. Am. Med. Ass'n; State Soc

Vie. Phys. St. Vincent's Hosp.
Duesing, Hermann, 46 Walter st., 2

to 3, 7 to 8. Tel. 680. Wurzburg,

1892.
Dupee, Edward Wilson, 281 Barnum

av.. 1 to 8, 7 to 8. Tel. 871-5.

Bait. Med.. 1900.
Ellis, Thomas Long, 332 West av.. 1

to 3, 7 to 8, Sun. by appt. Tel.

241. Yale, 1896. Am. Med. Ass'n;

State Soc. Gynecol. Bridgeport

Hosp.; Surg. St. Vincent's Hosp.
Ewell, G. C. B., 176 Grove St.. 10 to

4. Tel. 688-4. Unlv.Vt.. 1892.
Ewing, A. Melville, 421 State St.,



until 8, 12 to 2, 7. Tel. 5-3.
Trinity, 1886.

Fitzgerald, Edward, 480 E. Washing-
ton av., 1 to 3, 7 to 8. Tel. 1240.
P.&S.,Balt., 1884. Am. Med.
Ass'n; Am. Public Health Ass'n;
State Soc. ; N. Y. Acad. Med
Phys. Bridgeport & St. Vincent's
Hosps.

Fleck. Harry W., 421 State st., 1 to
3. 6 to 8. Tel. 461. Jefferson,

1896. State Soc. Electro-Therap
St. Vincent's Hosp.

Ford, George Skiff, 527 State st., 1

to 3, 6 to 8. Tel. 14. BelL.N.Y..

1893. State Soc.
Formichella. John, 48 Walter st., 7

to 9, 2 to 3, 6 to 9. Tel. 994-6.

Naples, ^1898.
Garlick. Samuel Middleton, 474 State

St.. 1.30 to 3.30. eve. by appt.

Tel. 220. Dartmouth. 1874. Am

Med. Ass'n; State Soc; N. Y.

Acad. Med. Gynecol. Bridgeport

Hosp.
Godfrey. Charles C, 340 State St.,

1.30 to 3, except Wed.. Sat. &

Sun. Tel. 282-3. Dartmouth.

1884. Am. Med. Ass'n; State Soc;

N. Y. Acad. Med.; U. S. Ass'n Mil-
itary Surgs. Surg. Bridgeport & St

Vincent's Hosps.
Gold, James Douglas, 839 Myrtle av..

1 to 3 Mon., Wed. & Frl., 7 to 8

dally. Tel. 227. P.&S.,N.Y..

1891. Am. Med. Ass'n; State Soc.

Dermat. Bridgeport & St. Vincent's

Hosps. ; Asst. Dermat. Vanderbilt

Clinic.
Graves, Frederick Chauncey, 561

State St. , 1 to 3, 7 to 8. Tel. 1114.

N.Y.Nniv., 1888. Am. Med. Ass'n;

State Soc. Vis. Phys. Bridgeport

Hosp.
Gray, William Wetmore. 346 West

av., 1 to 3, 7 to 8, Sun. by appt

Tel. 205. Bell., 1890. Am. Med.

Ass'n; State Soc. Vis. Phys. St.

Vincent's Hosp.
Gregory, Edward P., 911 Lafayette

St., 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Tel.

321-3. Hahnemann, 1873. Am.

Inst. Hom.
Hair, James Edwin, 730 State St.. 1

to 3, 6 to 8. Tel. 670. Eel.,

1897. Surg. Emergency Hosp. &
DIsp.

Haller, Charles Plckhardt, 461 State

St.. 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 7 to 8. Tel.

764. Hahnemann,Phlla.. 1902.

State Hom. Soc.
Haskell. Charles Nahum, 467 State

St.. 2 to 4. 7 to 8. Tel. 702-2.

Unlv.Vt.. 1890.



BRIDGEPORT.



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Healy, Thomas Francis, 1054 State

St.. 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Tel.

756. Niagara. 1893.
Heft. George S., 254 State st.

Univ.Vt.. 1895.
Hoag. Alva A., 911 Lafayette st.,



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