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John Freeman notes on lectures from the University of Michigan

Identifier: MSS 2/107

Scope and Contents

J. F. Summerville’s student lecture notes from the University of Michigan, Department of Medicine and Surgery, 1879-1881. Lecturers are: G. E. Frothingham on ophthalmology (pp. 160); Donald Maclean on surgery (pp. 199 and 316-320d); Alonzo B. Palmer on pathology (pp. 217-240; 100-120; 401-484); Edward S. Dunster on obstetrics (pp. 121-180; 286-300; 321-360; 485-490); Corydon L. Ford on anatomy and physiology (pp. 181-209); William James Herdman on pathological anatomy (pp. 209-215); John W. Langley on chemistry (pp. 241-285); Charles H. Stowell on physiology (pp. 301-315); and Victor C. Vaughn on physiological chemistry (pp. 361-400).


  • 1879 - 1881


Biographical / Historical

John Freeman Summerville, Monroe, Pa., physician, was born in 1857. He received an M.D. from the University of Michigan in 1881. Freeman was a member and president of the Clarion County Medical Society. He died on 25 Oct. 1941.


1 volume

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Purchased through a gift from Sheldon G. Cohen in memory of George I. Blumstein.
John Freeman notes on lectures from the University of Michigan
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Part of the Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Repository

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