The Cincinnati Lancet & Observer, Volumen12

E.B. Stevens, 1869

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catalog of Miami Medical School p 54-57 description of new Cincinnati hospital p 439 report of AMA discussion of raising med school fees
p 622 editorial on medical education and tutition

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