Bowdoin Medical College Lecture
Medical School of Maine:
1861, 1865, 1888
Frank H. Sargent; Edward Donnell; H. H. Kimball
Addition information on the
Medical School of
Maine and the faculty
and Therapeutics, by professor
Israel T. Dana, M. D.*
Medical Student: Edward
Joseph O' Donnell
Known as Edward Joseph Donnell or
O'Donnell. Medical School 1861; M.D. Dartmouth 1865. Born
1835 in Lyndeboro, N.H.. 2nd Lt. 16th N.H. Volunteers, 1862-1863;
Asst. Surgeon 13th Md. Volunteers 1865-66.
Physician in Richmond, N.H.
1866-70; Townsend, Mass. 1870-76; Glasco, Kansas 1876-78;
Stockton, Kansas 1878-94; Auburn, Kansas 1894-1912. Kansas
Senator 1884-88. Retired to Los Angeles, Calif., died 1927,
L. Ford, M.D.
Student: Hannibal Hamlin Kimball,
Born 1843, in Carmel. Physician
in New York, N.Y. 1866-67; Minneapolis, Minn. 1867-1922,.
President of Minn. Medical Association 1886-87. Died 1928.
Hannibal Hamlin Kimball
Death date: Jul 9, 1928
Place of death: Minneapolis, MN
Birth date: 1843
Place of birth: Carmel, ME
Type of practice: Allopath
States and years of licenses: MN, 1883
Places and dates of practices: Minneapolis, MN, Jun 12, 1913
Medical school(s): Bowdoin Medical School, Brunswick-Portland:
Medical School of Maine, 1866, (G), NY-10 Bellevue Hospital
Medical College, New York
Other education: Hampden Acad., ME, Pittsfield Med. Coll., MA
ALL of the lower nine medical tickets
are from the “Medical School of Maine” – BOWDOIN COLLEGE / Brunswick and are
described separately as follows:
Student: Frank Henry Sargent
school 1888; M.D. Dartmouth 1890; Born 1861 Pittsfield, N.H.;
Physician Pittsfield, N.H., 1890-1944, N.H. Legistature
1929. Died 1944
Surgery and Clinical Surgical,
Stephen H. Weeks,
Materia Medica and Therapeutics,
Charles O. Hunt,
joined the Union Army upon his graduation in 1861, serving as a
sergeant in the 5th Maine Battery. Hunt was made lieutenant in
1863. After the war, he graduated from the Bowdoin Medical
School (1867) and received his M.D. from the University of
Pennsylvania in 1868.
Frederick H. Gerrish,
Chemistry, Franklin C. Robinson
Robinson (1852 – 1910) graduated from Bowdoin College in 1873. The
following year he was appointed an instructor of analytic chemistry and
mineralogy at Bowdoin. He was appointed a full professor in 1881.
Pathology and Practice,
Israel T. Dana, M.D.
Henry H. Hunt, M.D.
Henry H. Hunt
was a graduate of Bowdoin College, Class of 1862. After
graduation, Hunt enlisted in the 5th Maine Battery and served
during the Civil War, where he was appointed a Hospital Steward
and took part in the Battle of Gettysburg. Following the war, he
returned to Bowdoin and enrolled in the medical school,
graduating in 1867.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children,
Alfred Mitchell, M.D.
Alfred Mitchell, M.D. graduated from the College of
Physicians and Surgeons of New York in 1865 and served as an assistant surgeon of the
Ninth Regiment of Maine Volunteer Infantry assistant surgeon during
the Civil War.
Medical Jurisprudence, Hon. C. W. Goddard
Card reads, “This is to Certify Mr. F. H. Sargent
dissected and satisfactorily demonstrated the part of the subject
assigned him in the Term Ending June 26, 1888 - by Demonstrator Irving E. Kimball.