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Image from page 360 of “History of homeopathy and its institutions in America; their founders, benefactors, faculties, officers, Hospitals, alumni, etc., with a record of achievement of its representatives in the world of medicine” (1905)
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Title: History of homeopathy and its institutions in America; their founders, benefactors, faculties, officers, Hospitals, alumni, etc., with a record of achievement of its representatives in the world of medicine
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: King, William Harvey, 1861-
Subjects: Homeopathy — History
Publisher: New York Lewis Publ. Co
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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vania, physician, his-torian and bibliographer, is a native of Francestown, New Hampshire, bornJune 6, 1847, son of Thomas Bixby Bradford and Emily Hutchinson Brown,his wife, on the paternal side a descendant of Gov. William Bradford ofthe Plymouth colony in Massachusetts, while on the maternal side his grand-father, Titus Brown, was a noted New Hampshire lawyer and statesman,member of congress from that state from 1824 to 1828. Dr. Bradford acquired his literary education at Francestown Academyand the famous Phillips (Andover) Academy, and his medical education inHarvard Medical School, 1866-1867, and the Homoeopathic Medical Collegeof Pennsylvania, where he came to his degree in 1869. His professionalcareer was begun in Skowhegan, Maine, where he practiced three yearsand then went abroad, visiting various medical institutions in London, Parisand elsewhere on the continent. Returning, he resumed practice in Skow-hegan, and remained there with the exception of a few months until 1877,

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Thomas Lindsley Bradford, M.D. HISTORY OF HOMCEOPATHY 351 when he removed to Philatlelphia and took up his permanent residence inthat city. For nearly thirty years Dr. Bradford has been a prominent figure inhomoeopathic circles in Philadelphia, in the practice of his profession (treat-ing specially diseases of children) and in its colleges of medical instruction,and he also enjoys distinction as the author of several homoeopathic publi-cations, among the more promment of which are his Homoeopathic Bibliog-raphy of the United States, History of The Hahnemann Medical Collegeand Hospital of Philadelphia, Index to Homoeopathic Provings, Lifeand Letters of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, The Pioneers of Homoeopathy, The Logic of Figures, and A Characteristic Materia Medica. Healso is of the collaborators whose united efforts have produced these vol-umes, and in various departments of the work, other than those under hisimmediate charge, the writers have to acknowledge free access to his vastcollecti

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Funerary Stele
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6. Funerary stele in the style of early Christians in Rome:

D M (Dis Manibus, to the gods of the departed)
ΙΧΦΥΣ ΖΨΝΤΨΝ (Fish of the Living)
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