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University of California Medical Department, 1877-1878

Toland Medical College

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Medical Student: L. J. Seavey, 1877-1878

 

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University of California Medical Department, 1877

Medical Student: L. J. Seavey

 

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Student: L. J. Seavey of Port Townsend, Washington

 

Matriculation

 

Schedules of courses

 

  

George Hewston, M.D.                           Melancthon W. Fish, M.D.

Melancthon W. Fish served in the Civil War as a full surgeon in the Union Army, Missouri 11th Infantry, address 461, E. 14th. St, Oakland, California, mustered out May 1865. During the war he was a surgeon in the I I th Missouri, infantry vols, from 1862 to 1865; detailed acting ass't medical inspector 16th army corps, and in charge of U. S. army gen. hosp., at Jefferson barracks, Mo., and served also with regiments in the field,. 

 

In 1861, George Hewston, M.D. dressed the wounds of members of the Sixth Massachusetts Infantry Regimental Band, who were wounded while passing through Baltimore on their way to Washington in the first hand-to hand skirmish of the war, (the 'Pratt Street' or 'Baltimore Riot')  After the Riot, apparently some of the militia walked back to Philadelphia and members of the band were among this group who were treated by Dr. Hewston.

  

Narcesis J. Martinache, M.D.                              C.M. Bates, M.D.

 

  

George A Shurtleff, M.D.                              H. H. Toland, M.D.

 

  

R. Beverly Cole, M.D.              E. D. Martineaut, M.D

 


University of California Medical Department, 1878

 

 

Morning and afternoon lecture schedules

 

 

 

  

M. W. Fish, M.D.                          A. W. Perry, M. D.

Alfred W. Perry, M.D, was a Confederate Army assistant surgeon in the seventh Mississippi Infantry.

 

M. W. Fish served in the Civil War as a full surgeon in the Union Army, Missouri 11th Infantry, address 461, E. 14th. St, Oakland, California, mustered out May 1865.

  

H. H. Toland, M.D.                             G. A. Shurtleff, M.D.

 

  

Frederick Winslow Hatch, M.D.                          George Hewston, M.D.

Hospital clinical admission tickets

Last, but not least: receipt for supplies signed by the janitor

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The following gentlemen constituted the first Faculty of the Medical Department of the University of California : H. H. Toland, Professor of Clinical Surgery; R. Beverly Cole, Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Diseases of Women; C. T. Deane, Professor of Diseases of Women and Children; M. Bates, Professor of Clinical Medicine; W. T. Bradbury, Professor of Therapeutics; E. Bentley, Professor of Pathology ; A. A. O'Neill, Professor of Anat omy; George Hewston, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine ; Thomas Price, Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology ; M. W. Fish, Professor of Physiology; C. B. Brigham, Professor of Benjamine R. Swan Orthopedic Surgery.

See the leather pocket surgical kit which was presented to  Dr. Hugh H. Toland and is inscribed with his name

    

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