|Name: Albert B.
Death date: Mar 16, 1900
Place of death: Chicago, IL
Type of practice: Allopath
Journal of the American Medical Association Citation: 34:766
BLISS. Chicago, III., was born, May 22d, 1845,
at Gales- burg, III. He graduated in
the arts at Ken- yon coll., Gambier, Ohio., in June, 1868, and in
medicine at the Rush med. college., Chicago, in Feb., 1872; was an
interne in St. Luke's hosp., Chicago, from Oct., 1871, to March,
1872, and in the city hosp. of Chicago, by competitive examination,
from July, 1872, 11 Feb., 1874; was lecturer also by competitive
examination, on mat. med. and therap., in Rush med. coll., from
March, 1874, to Oct., 1875; am'
latter date was elected demons, of anat. and lecturer on anat. in
the spring course of that institution, .1 position which he now
holds. He is a member of the Chicago med. soc.
(The personal edited research notes of Michael Echols, the source of
which may or may not be completely documented)