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Ex hoc semine nostra gloria : (From this seed our glory)

Author: John Milton Duff
Publisher: [Pittsburgh, Pa.] : University of Pittsburgh Press, [date of publication not identified]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Speech : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In September, 1886, the new medical school building at Brereton Avenue and Thirtieth Stree opened its doors for the first class. Fifty-seven students reported. This booklet is a printing of the first lecture given in the new School of Medicine. The opening was a great occasion of visitors and flowers, and Dr. John Milton Duff delivered the initial lecture on his subject, obstetrics, with all the ceremony and grace  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Speeches
Additional Physical Format: Duff, John Milton, 1886-1904
Ex hoc semine nostra gloria : (From this seed our glory)
[Pittsburgh, Pa.] : University of Pittsburgh Press, [date of publication not identified]
(OCoLC)20289054
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Milton Duff
OCLC Number: 982486863
Notes: Title from page [3].
This address was presented in September, 1886, at Western Pennsylvania Medical College and has been printed through the generosity of Dr. Duff's daughter and the Alumni of the School of Medicine.
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume (unpaged) : portrait)
Responsibility: John Milton Duff.

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"In September, 1886, the new medical school building at Brereton Avenue and Thirtieth Stree opened its doors for the first class. Fifty-seven students reported. This booklet is a printing of the first lecture given in the new School of Medicine. The opening was a great occasion of visitors and flowers, and Dr. John Milton Duff delivered the initial lecture on his subject, obstetrics, with all the ceremony and grace befitting such a dedication. The spirit which has characterized the University's School of Medicine from it's beginnings colors every sentence, and the lecture is even today an inspiration to all physicians who teach or study in the great School of Medicine and in the Health Center of the University of Pittsburgh."

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