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ATLANTA
Medical College,

Atlanta, Georgia.
TWENTY-NINTH SESSION, 1886-87.

FACULTY.

A. W. GRIGGS, M. D.,
Emeritus Professor of Practice

W. F. WESTMORELAND, M. D.,
Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery

WM. ABRAM LOVE, M D.,

Professor of Physiology.

V. H. TALIAFERRO, M. D.,
Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of

Women and Children.

A. W. CALHOUN, M. D.,
Professor of Diseases of Eye, Ear and Throat.

J. D. WILSON, M, D.,
Professor General and Medical Chemistry.

H. V M. MILLER, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of Principles and Practice of Medi.
cine, Lecturer on Clinical Medicine

and Dean of the Faculty.

W. S. ARMSTRONG, M. D.,
Professor of General and Descriptive Anato-
my, Lecturer on Clinical Medicine.

J. S. TODD, M. D.,
Professor Materia Medica and Therapeutics,

Lecturer on Clinical Medicine.

JAS. A. GRAY, M. D..
Lecturer on Venereal Diseases, and Procior

D. H. HOWELL, M, D.,
Lecturer on Minor Surgery.

HENRY WILE, M. D..
Lecturer on Skin Diseases.
HUNTER P. COOPER, M. D.,
Adjunct Professor of Chemistry,

F. W. MCRAE, M. D.,
Demonstrator of Anatomy.

J. M. CRAWFORD, M, D.,
Assistant to Chair Eye, Ear and Thrvat

Diseases.

The regular Winter Session begins October 5th, 1886,

and continues until March ist, 1887.
Clinical Advantages Unsurpassed.
An abundance of anatomical material always on hand.
For Annual Announcement address

DR. JAS. A. GRAY, Proctor,
P. O. Box 523.

30 Marietta Street.

BOSTON MEDIC

MEDICAL

AUG 1 1962

-LIBRARY

TRUSSES.

The World's Recognition of Merit, London-1881-Announcement

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Exhibition Judges from the Royal College of Surgeons—Thmoas Bryant, F.R.C. S.; Christopher Heath, F.R.C.S., Thomas Smith, F.R.C.S., John Wood, F.R.S., F. R.C.S.

SEELEY'S HARD-RUBBER TRUSSES. STEEL SPRING, COVERED WITH HARD RUBBER, Used in Bathing.

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Made in every desirable Pattern,

Anatomically Constructed.

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IMPORTANT TO PHYSICIANS,
See our plates, with adjustment, in " Agnew's Surgery,” vol. i., pages 488,

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