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Biography of August Siebert, M. D., PH. G.

Dr. August Siebert, engaged in medical practice in St. Louis and well known through his contributions to the literature of the profession, is a native of Hadamar, Germany, and a son of Joseph and Emma (Troost) Siebert. The father was a mining engineer and was also the author of a work on fishes. The ancestry of the family can be traced back to the fourth century, Sigebert in France, prominent leaders in the Crusades. In the middle ages many representatives of the family were professional men, including distinguished physicians. Dr. Siebert was accorded liberal educational opportunities, pursuing his studies in

Biography of Warren P. Elmer, M. D.

Dr. Warren P. Elmer, making a specialty of internal medicine, was born in Lodi, Ohio, October 1, 1879, a son of Warren Elmer, who was also a native of the Buckeye state and a representative of an old family of Ohio and New York. The Elmers are of English origin and the family was founded in America in 1650 by Edward Elmer, since which time representatives of the name have participated in the Colonial wars, the Revolutionary war and other military struggles, defending American Interests. Warren Elmer, Sr., was a breeder and stock raiser, who specialized in breeding and raising

Biography of Roy Philip Scholz, M.D.

Dr. Roy Philip Scholz, a specialist in the treatment of the ear, nose and throat, with offices in the Metropolitan building of St. Louis, was born April 21, 1879, in the city which is still his home, his parents being Dr. Philip and Belle (Carrington) Scholz, the former a native of New Minden, Illinois, while the mother was born in St. Louis, the daughter of Dr. Ents Carrington, a physician of prominence in North St. Louis. Dr. Philip Scholz came to this city in 1868 and established a drug store at Sixth and Spruce streets. His father, the Rev. Carl

Biography of William Henry Luedde, M.D

Not only has Dr. William Henry Luedde gained prominence in his profession, medicine and surgery, in St. Louis, but has also made valuable contribution to many projects based upon the needs of the community and the opportunity for civic betterment and progress. His life story had its beginning August 13, 1876, at Warsaw, Illinois, within one mile of the northeast corner of Missouri, the state in which he has since found his field of service. His grandfather, Peter Luedde, arrived at Alexandria, Missouri, in the spring of 1854, after a precarious voyage in a sailing vessel from Bremen, Germany, to

Biography of Benjamin F. Hastings

It has been the discovery of the rich mineral deposits of the northwest that has led to the development of this section of the country, and among those who have been prominent in promoting the mining interests of Idaho is Benjamin F. Hastings, late mining inspector of the state. An excellent judge of the value of ore, and a man of unimpeachable integrity, he was well qualified for the position which he so acceptably filled, and all concerned commended him for the straightforward, prompt and reliable manner in which he discharged his duties. A native of Mississippi, Mr. Hastings was

Biographical Sketch of Martin Friedrich, M. D.

Friedrich, Martin, M. D.; born, Paussau, Prussia, May 11, 1885; son of Joseph and Therese Bauer Friedrich; early education in the schools of Passau and the gymnasium there; 4 years in the University of Munich; then went to Paris to study French Literature at the Sorbonne and the Bibliotheque; there three years; in 1892 entered the Medical Dept. of Western Reserve University, Cleveland; graduated with degree of M. D., 1894; spent two years in study abroad in Vienna, Paris and Berlin; in early years engaged in the lumber business in Crawford, Pa.; came to Cleveland in 1892; in 1897, associated

Biographical Sketch of J. Milton Dyer

Dyer, J. Milton; architect; born, Middletown, Pa., 1870; son of Cyrus and Eliza Dyer; educated, Central High School and Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland; Technique Hoch Schule, Berlin; Ecole des Beaux Arts; Paris; took degree in 1900; has designed Cleveland City Hall, buildings at Cooley Farms, Warrensville; Summit and Lake County Court Houses; Central National Bank; First M. E. Church; The Guardian Savings & Trust Co.; First National Bank; The Tavern Club; The William Taylor Sons & Co.’s store and arcade; The Sterling & Welch Co. store, and many other important buildings and residences; among the latter being those

Biographical Sketch of George W. Crile

Crile, George W.; surgeon, born, Chili, O., Nov. 11, 1864; son of Michael and Margaret (Deeds) Crile; A. B., Ohio Northern University, 1884, A. M., 1888; M. D., Wooster University, Cleveland, 1887; student Vienna, 1893; London, 1895; Paris, 1897; (hon. Ph. D., Hiram College, 1901); married Grace McBride, of Cleveland, Feb. 7, 1900; prof. clin. surgery, Western Reserve University, since, 1900; surgeon, Lakeside Hospital Alvarenga prize, College Physiology, Phila., 1901; fellow, A. A. A. S.; member-Association of American Pathologists and Bacteriologists, A. M. A.; American Surgical Association; Soc. Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Physiology Society. Author: Surgical Shock, 1897; Surgery

Biographical Sketch of Homer McDaniels

McDaniels, Homer; mgr. Sheriff St. Market & Storage Co.; born, Stark County, O., 1854; son of Augustus and Amanda Stier McDaniel; educated in the public schools; married, Canton, O., 1879, Miss Mary A. Cobaugh; issue, seven children; Mrs. J. A. Sullivan, Mrs. R. R. Braggins, Mrs. M. L. Crowell, Edith, Louise, Margaret and Augusta; learned the carriage trimmers trade; one of the organizers of Canton Spring Co.; for twelve years vice pres. of the Company; came to Cleveland in 1894, mgr. of the Sheriff St. Market & Storage Co. for a number of years; now treas. of the Company, also

Biographical Sketch of George C. Groll

Groll, George C.; supt. Morgan Lithograph Co.; born, Cleveland, Aug. 2, 1861; son of J. C. and Margaret (Schubert) Grail; public schools until 16, then went abroad and studied art in Paris and Holland for two years; married, June 25, 1901, Mabel Caroline Bell; upon coming to Cleveland, entered the employ of the Morgan Lithograph Co., in 1879; now supt. and stockholder in the Company; Mason; member Art Club.