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This is the class of 1898 my great-great Grandfather (Frank L. Keeler) is the one in all black, second from the left. Starling Medical School became part of Ohio State University's Medical School around 1914. My Grandfather later practiced medicine in Oklahoma, when it was still a territory, and then moved his family to Miami. View full size.