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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • VITAL TO VICTORY: WWII

Starling Medical School graduate

Starling Medical School graduate

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.

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Another relative of Dr. Frank L. Keeler

Frank L. Keeler was my grandfather, lived a long and colorful life. The hospital where he practiced in Miami has been preserved as "the Alamo'" in the middle of Jackson Memorial Hospital grounds. Some of his instruments and his doctor black bag are in the museum there. Dana's grandmother was my first cousin.

Bob Keeler
rekjek@aol.com
609-259-7418

The case of Phineas Gage

For research involving the famous medical case of Phineas Gage, we would be very grateful for any information related to Starling Medical College between 1856 and 1865, especially student Henry Trevitt (graduated MD 1860) and Prof. J.W. Hamilton. We would particularly like names, class notes, information on courses of study, academic records, letters, diaries, etc of students and instructors.

Thank you.

Matthew L Lena (Boston, Massachusetts)
Malcolm Macmillan (U. of Melbourne)
malcolm.macmillan@unimelb.edu.au

Creepy and ooky!!

The fellow on the table doesn't look too happy. But I bet he was dying to get into this school!!

 
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