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An 1890s advertisement for the college 74 11. The back of second-year student's matriculation ticket, 1892-1893 75 12. A 1903 poster by the college's sophomore class 76 13. Thomas Creigh Imes, Hahnemann's first African-American graduate 78 14. Front cover of 1884 thesis by Thomas Creigh Imes 79 15. Anatomy lecture in the college amphitheater in the 1890s 89 16. The college basketball team in 1910 93 17. Student Army Training Corps outside the college, 1918 96 18. Cover of the 1907 student yearbook 102 19.
Bailey on the cover of 186 29. Aerial view of Hahnemann in the 1960s 190 30. Garth W. Boericke 196 31. The homeopathic Hering Laboratory, ca. 1918 199 32. Hahnemann graduate Walter P. Lomax treating Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968 209 33. African-American patients waiting at Hahnemann Hospital's Outpatient clinic in 1959 225 34. Edward Wharton Shober 243 35. A white-coat ceremony for the class of 2000 of the MCP&sign;Hahnemann School of Medicine of Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, 1996 271 Page ix Preface and Acknowledgments IN 1988 the Allegheny Health, Education, and Research Foundation (AHERF) merged with the Medical College of Pennsylvania (MCP, formerly the Woman's Medical College), and in 1993 with Hahnemann University (formerly the Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia).
Williamson heard the controversy raging over homeopathy in Philadelphia at the Delaware County Institute of Science, of which he was a member. He went to a bookshop in Philadelphia and bought every English-language book on the subject, carried out his own experiments, and then began to practice homeopathy. He attended the first AIH meeting in New York in 1844 and helped organize local and state homeopathic medical societies. In the 1840s he moved to Philadelphia and became successful by specializing in obstetrics, an area homeopaths had up to then largely overlooked.
An alternative path: the making and remaking of Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia by Naomi Rogers