Graduates and Officers of the Medical Department of the University of the City of New York,
First Edition: 1842 to 1872 & Second Edition: 1842 to 79
(Note: Only the first edition is posted on this page. The second edition published in Dec. 1879 contains significant updated information in 158 pages, cover and announcement shown below. The 1879 copy is not posted here, but is in the collection.)
A catalogue of faculty and graduates for all years, as well as, detailed information on who served and where with dates for their military service in the CSA and USA.
Not everything in this catalogue could be posted here as there are 112 pages. But samples of each are are included. One of the most important facts about this information is the fact it shows the assistant surgeons, which is not covered in the Medical and Surgical History six volumes.
On this web site are many examples of the signed lecture cards for the faculty and students listed below:
University of the City of New York, Department of Medicine, established 1841
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Faculty from 1842 to 1873, all are shown
Alumni: only a sampling is shown for various years, but check out the details for those who served in the Civil War.
There is a full index which shows all graduates in the book, only a sample is shown here.
University of the City of New York
Department of Medicine, 1841-42
Medical Student: James O. Van Hoevenberg
Civil War Surgeon: 1862 Surgeon of the 120th New York Volunteers with the rank of Major
See additional information about Dr. James O. Van Hoevenberg
John Wm. Draper, M.D. Martyn Paine, M.D.
Granville Sharp Pattison, M.D. Valentine Mott, M.D.
Bellevue Hospital Medical College: 1870-71
Medical Student: Henry Van Hoevenberg (Son of Dr. James O. Van Hoevenberg)
Name: Henry Van Hoevenberg
Death date: Oct 28, 1928
Place of death: Kingston, NY
Birth date: May 2, 1850
Place of birth: Westfield, NY
Type of practice: Allopath
Practice specialities: PH Public Health
States and years of licenses: NY
Places and dates of practices: Kingston, NY, 1872
Hospital affiliations: Kingston Hospital, Ulster County Tuberculosis Hospital
Medical school(s): Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York, 1872,
Other education: Kingston Academy
Stephen Smith, M. D. R. Ogden Doremus, M.D.
Martyn Paine, M.D. William H. Van Buren, M.D.
Alfred C. Post, M.D. John T. Metcalfe, M.D.
Additional examples of lecture cards for this catalogue time frame:
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Last update: Monday, December 12, 2016