Report of the Secretary of the Class of 1872 of Harvard College
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Academy active ADDRESS ALBERT Allen American April ARTHUR Association attended August BORN Boston Brookline Cabot called Cambridge CHARLES Chicago Cincinnati City Class Club College Committee Company connected continued daughter December DIED EDWARD elected ELIOT Elizabeth entered Exeter Field Fitchburg France FRANK FRENCH gave GEORGE graduation Hall Harvard Harvard Club HENRY High Hill Hospital Hutchins interest JAMES January JOHN July June Kidder last report LINCOLN live LL.B Lord March Marines MARRIED Mary Mass Massachusetts Medical meeting never Ninth Report OCCUPATION October PARENTS Parks Philadelphia practice present President profession published received Report returned ROBERT RUSSELL Samuel School Secretary Sept September served Seventh Report Society Street surgeon THOMAS Trustee Univ University Washington Waters WILLIAM Wyman York young
Page 35 - At the time of his decease he was a member of the House of Representatives. He was struck with paralysis in the very seat from which he had so many times electrified the nation with his fervent and cogent oratory.
Page 47 - Here's health to you and to our Corps Which we are proud to serve; In many a strife we've fought for life And never lost our nerve; If the Army and the Navy Ever look on Heaven's scenes, They will find the streets are guarded By United States Marines.
Page 61 - Association has, at the present time, more than five hundred members regularly engaged in the practice of the law in the City of New York.
Page 53 - Hospital, New York; Physician - in - Charge of the Babies' Clinic of the Society of the Lying-in Hospital of the City of New York.
Page 65 - School, Boston, was a member of the Institute and Hasty Pudding Club, and was substitute pitcher on our Freshman nine, taking Gray's place after the latter broke his arm. He graduated with the intention of studying medicine and entered the medical school in the fall of 1872. He took high rank there, received his MD in 1876, and the following year went to Europe to pursue his studies further. Returning in the...
Page 26 - Nov. 4, 1912. He had reached the highest rank in his profession when elected to this body. He had obtained this success by abundant knowledge, by clear thinking, by great industry, and by absolute control of all his faculties in the presence of great perils. At this board he showed the same capacity for seeing plainly through any disturbing circumstances the end to be attained. Accurate, firm, courteous, and devoted to all the interests of the University, he gave to the questions of its administration...
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Page 72 - He was a member of the Institute of 1770, the Hasty Pudding Club and the OK and was secretary of the latter and the Class Poet.
Page 52 - Brookline for the past twenty years, his only recreation being an almost daily drive. He had been a member of the Union Club, the University Club, and the Boston Art Club, but was seldom seen in either. He was also a director of the Charlestown Gas & Electric Co. He was generous in his disposition, responded liberally to every appeal, and in his will left many public bequests.
Page 102 - Relying on the game being called at 2 PM and ending in the usual time, the Committee had planned to have our annual dinner at Green Gables Inn, Magnolia. Subsequently the time for the game was changed to 3 PM and as it took 14 innings to convince Yale that the game belonged to Harvard, it was nearly...