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Utah State Medical Society, Nevada State Medical Association

DENVER, COLORADO.

SESSION OF 1892 AND 1893.

THOMAS HAYDEN HAWKINS, A. M., M. D., President.
ROBERT LEVY, M. D., Secretary.

FACULTY..

WILLIAM HARMON BUCHTEL, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical
Midwifery.

JOHN ELSNER. M. D., Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine and Clini-
cal Medicine.

THOMAS HAYDEN HAWKINS, A. M., M. D, Professor of Gynecology, Abdom
inal Surgery and Clinical Midwifery.

JOHN BOICE, M. D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery and
Clinical Surgery.

WILLIAM HENRY DAVIS, M. D., Professor of Dermatology and Venereal
Diseases.

WILLIAM JOHN ROTHWELL, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica, Therapeutics
and Clinical Medicine.

LEWIS ERASTUS LEMEN, M. D.. Professor of Fractures and Dislocations.
ROBERT LEVY, M. D. Prof. of Physiology and Diseases of the Throat and Nose.
ROBERT FIELDS LE MOND, A. M, M. D., Professor Ophthalmology and Otology.
WILLIAM F. BRADNER, Lecturer on Oral Surgery.

ADJUNCT FACULTY.<

CASS E. HERRINGTON, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence.

HENRY HERBERT BUCKNUM, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy and Lecturer on
Osteology.

CAREY KENNEDY FLEMING, M. D., Lecturer on Gynecology and Assistant to the
Chair of Gynecology, Abdominal Surgery and Clinical Midwifery.
MICHAEL BAKER, M. D., Lecturer on Anatomy.

AUGUST BOURQUIN, B. A., B. Sc.. M. D., Lecturer on Histology and Pathology.
LEWIS BROADWELL BRASHER, M. D., Lecturer on Diseases of Children.
JAMES WILLIAM EXLINE, M. D., Lecturer on Hygiene and Anthropology.
EDWARD CURTIS HILL, M. Sc., M. D.. Lecturer on Chemistry and Urinary
Analysis.

PAGE BROWN, M. D., Instructor and Demonstrator of Anatomy.

ARNOLD STEVEN TAUSSIG, M. D., Instructor and Demonstrator of Anatomy.
DAVID HUNT LUDLOW. M. D., Assistant to the Chair of Diseases of Nose and
Throat.

The Fifth Regular Annual Session will begin September 14, 1892, and erd April 6, 1893,

Matriculation Ticket.

Professor's General Ticket..
Examination Fee (not returnable),

-FEES

$5.00

75.00

20.00

Dissecting Material at cost. Ministers' and physicians' sons at half price. Students who
have attended the first and second years in the Gross Medica College; all alumni and gradu-
ates of medical colleges in the United States, may attend all lectures on payment of
matriculation fee.

THE COLLEGE BUILDING. The Faculty takes pride in announcing the gift of the pro-
perty formerly owned by the Colorado Woman's Hospital Association. The building is now
being put in order, and will be complete in all its appointments. Few medical colleges in the
the United States have better facilities for teaching than the Gross.

The County Hospital is a magnificent structure.

St. Luke's Hospital is new, large and handsome, and as much can be said of the Sisters
Hospital.

The Deaconess' Home Hospital, which is situated in the center of the city, accomodates a
large number of patients.

All of these institutions are more or less at the disposal of the Faculty of the Gross Medi-
cal College for clinical instruction.

For particulars or Catalogue address:

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ROBERT LEVY, M. D., Secretary,
1014 14th St., Denver, Colorado,

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