Dana, Charles Loomis, 1852-1935
- Existence: 1852 - 1935
Charles L. Dana was born on March 25, 1852. He graduated from Dartmouth College with an AB in 1872, Masters of Arts in 1875 and a law degree in 1905. Dana also held a medical degrees from Georgetown and Columbian University (1877) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons (1878). After interning at Bellvue Hospital he went into private practice in New York City. He also taught at the Women's Medical College from 1889 to 1887. Dana became interested in neurology through his associations with Drs. Edward Seguin, William Hammond, and George Beard. He joined the New York State Neurological Society in 1881 and the American Neurological Association in 1882, serving as President in 1892. He held the post of professor of Diseases of the Nervous System and Mind at the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital from 1884 to 1895. He served on the Board of Trustees of the Neurological Institute of New York. From 1902 until his retirement in 1934, he was a professor of nervous diseases at Cornell Medical College. Dana died on December 12, 1935.
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Overview Collated book "containing significant verses from the Old and New Testament...arranged to be read by lovers of the Great Book." The book contains typescript verses as well as pasted in printed verses and biblical prints.