DOCTORS

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AHMAD, Dr. Muzaffar

Canton Doctor Slain In Apparent Cult Fight; The Canton Observer, August 11, 1983

Neighbors React To Murder; The Canton Observer, August 11, 1983

Martyr's Burial For Slain Doctor; Detroit Free Press, August 14, 1983


APELL, Dr. Melvin G.

Pediatrician Opens Office In Quarters Of Medical Group; The Leader-Republican, January 9, 1950


ATHAY, Roland M.

They Don't Call Her Eloise Anymore; Detroit Free Press, June 19, 1949

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BASKERVILLE, Dr. R. J.

Au Revoir To The Adieu; The Detroit Free Press, August 23, 1901


BEITER, Dr. Robert C.

Former Town Resident Named Director At Chicago Hospital; The Tonawanda News, August 30, 1973


BILLINGSLEA, Dr. Thomas H.

mentioned in The Afro American, February 5, 1944

The Treatment Of Lung Abscesses With Penicillin (excerpt); The Journal of the American Medical Association; December 8, 1945


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CAMPBELL, Dr. Darrell A.

They Don't Call Her Eloise Anymore; Detroit Free Press, June 19, 1949

CHAPMAN, Dr. Roland H.

Detroit Medic Begins Psychiatry Study On Grant; Jet, September 3, 1959


CRUMB, Charles K.

Doctor Crumb Wins Hospital Residency Award; The St. Joseph News-Press, July 22, 1970


CURTIS, Dr. Paul S.

Two Surgeons Have Begun City Practice; The Waterton Daily Times, August 5, 1971


DANTO, Dr. Bruce L.

Hypnotism Experiment Backfires; The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 15, 1965

Hypnotist Is Suspended By A School; The Lawrence Journal-World, November 15, 1965

Teacher-Hypnotist Suspended; The Windsor Star, November 15, 1965

Classroom Hypnotist Still Under Suspension; The Victoria Advocate, November 16, 1965

Experimenter In Hypnotics Suspended; The Titusville Herald, November 16, 1965

Instructor Faces Suspension For Hypnotizing Coed; The Lewiston Morning Tribune, November 16, 1965

In 16-Hour Trance; The Free Lance-Star, November 16, 1965

In Long Trance; The St. Joseph News-Press, November 16, 1965

Hypnotist Instructor Resigned; The Owosso Argus-Press, November 17, 1965


DUNHAM, Freda

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EARLE, Dr. Romeo H.

Woman's Dream FadesThe Detroit Free Press, February 1, 1908

Earle Put Out Of Job; The Detroit Free Press, March 22, 1909


ELSON, Dr. Henry E.

New Help Scheduled For Kidney Patients; The Press-Courier, March 31, 1971


ERICKSON, Dr. Milton H.

Hypnosis Help In Mental Ills; The Prescott Evening Courier, May 12, 1939

Science Turns to Hypnotism to Clear Beclouded Minds; Detroit Free Press, January 18, 1942

Found: A Mental Fountain Of Youth?, The Milwaukee Sentinel, September 19, 1942

Wayne Sigma XI Plans Initiation; The Grosse Pointe Review, May 25, 1944



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FERREYR, Dr. Alfredo

Acute Arthritis Complicating Rubella Vaccination (pdf); 1971


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GLAS, Dr. W. W.

Fat In Blood; The Sunday Press, April 19, 1953

Guard Calls Shooting Of Doctor 'Accidental'; The Owosso Argus-Press, October 1, 1965

Doctor KilledThe Tuscaloosa News, October 3, 1965

Stands Mute In Slaying Of Doctor; The Holland Evening Sentinel, October 5, 1965

UntitledThe Grosse Pointe News, October 7, 1965

Judge Bars Some EvidenceThe Owosso Argus-Press, January 4, 1966

Faces Life For Murder Of White Detroit Medic; Jet Magazine, June 16, 1966


GOODWIN, Jesse Francis


UntitledJet, January 28, 1960


GOULD, Dr. S. E.

Clinic on Cancer Is Held at Eloise; Detroit Free Press, December 7, 1939

16% Of Population Yearly Harmed By Infected Pork; The Evening News, December 28, 1954


GREKIN, Dr. T. D.

Fat In Blood; The Sunday Press, April 19, 1953


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HOFFMAN, Dr. Martin R.

Girl In 'Religious Trance'; The Reading Eagle, January 14, 1936

Eloise to Operate a Beauty Parlor; Detroit Free Press, February 7, 1936

Putting the Finishing Touches on Eloise Murals; Detroit Free Press, April 5, 1936 

Parole Clinic Returns Mentally Ill To Useful Life, Psychiatrists Told; The Niagara Falls Gazette, May 17, 1939

Hoffman, 16 To Receive Loras Degrees; The Telegraph-Herald, July 31, 1952

Obituary; The Grosse Pointe News, December 26, 1963


HUGHES, Dr. Albert A.

Gruber Reinstates Eloise Attendants; Detroit Free Press, December 28, 1935


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IMPERI, Dr. Lillian

Psychiatrist To Direct Area Out-Patient Care; The Morning Record, November 3, 1967


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JACOBS, Dr. Erwin M.

Opens Office Here At 145 Wall Street; The Kingston Daily Freeman, May 2, 1959


JACOBSON, Samuel D.

This Carnival Was Different...It Was For 2,000 Mental Patients; Detroit Free Press, August 10, 1962


JAMES, Dr. W. D.

Succumbs To His BurnsThe Detroit Free Press, August 30, 1906


JENKINS, Dr. Sidney B.

page 482; Journal of the National Medical Association, November 1963


JENNINGS, Dr. Robert

4,500 Patients at Eloise Honor Physician at Party; Detroit Free Press, June 6, 1938


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KARGAS, Arisomenis K.

Four New Appointments At Willard; The Geneva Times, October 15, 1970


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LASICHAK, Dr. Andrew G.

THE EFFECT OF ORALLY AND INTRAVENOUSLY ADMINISTERED AMINO ACID MIXTURES ON VOLUNTARY FOOD CONSUMPTION IN NORMAL MEN; The Journal of Clinical Investigation, May 1947


LEVEY, Dr. Stanley

THE EFFECT OF ORALLY AND INTRAVENOUSLY ADMINISTERED AMINO ACID MIXTURES ON VOLUNTARY FOOD CONSUMPTION IN NORMAL MEN; The Journal of Clinical Investigation, May 1947


LIPSCHUTZ, Dr. Louis S.

Delicate Brain Operation May Save Wayward Woman; The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 6, 1946

Brain Surgery Alters Outlook; The Cass City Chronicle, April 18, 1947

'Love Killings' Seen as Tragic Results of Inner Conflicts; Detroit Free Press, April 25, 1948 


LUCE, Dr. Henry

Mad Killer Slays Famed Pointe Doctor; The Grosse Pointe News, December 3, 1951


LUKASH, Dr. William

Dr. William Lukash; ex-White House physician; The San Diego Union, February 5, 1998


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MACLEAN, Dr. Charles A.

photo of certificate of Resident in Psychiatry


MISSAVAGE, Dr. Edward

photo of his wife

Searching For Annie's Ghost; The Detroit News, July 6, 2010


MUSSELMAN, Dr. Merle M.

"From the Mailbag"; The Quan, October 13, 1950

Fat In Blood; The Sunday Press, April 19, 1953


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NIELSSEN, Dr. Aage

Delicate Brain Operation May Save Wayward Woman; The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 6, 1946

Brain Surgery Alters Outlook; The Cass City Chronicle, April 18, 1947


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PEARMAN, Dr. C. L. R.

Doctor Pearman To Address PTA; The Grosse Pointe News, December 2, 1948

Insurance Plot Fizzles; The Windsor Daily Star, April 27, 1957

Quiz Psychiatrist After Try To Hire Pseudo-Gunman To Kill; The Times-News, April 27, 1957

Wanted To Die, Hired A Killer; The Owosso Argus-Press, April 27, 1957

Psychiatrist Plotted Own Slaying; The Miami News, April 28, 1957

No Crime In Mich. To Attempt Suicide; The Lewiston Daily Sun, May 6, 1957

No Warrant Issued In Death Plot; The St. Joseph News-Press, May 7, 1957

Attempted Suicide Not A Crime In Michigan; The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 8, 1957

Doctor Is Freed; Plotted His Killing; The Milwaukee Journal, May 8, 1957

His Golf Game Suffers Now; The Beaver Valley Times, October 6, 1958


PHILLIPS, Dr. Roland L. 

Services Set For Phillips Family; The Argus-Press, March 1, 1979


PRASAD, Dr. Lakshman

Chief of Psychiatric Services; The Geneva Times, July 26, 1972


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REID, Dr. Isaac M. Jr.

Feminine Front; The Washington Afro-American, July 19, 1960


RESSLER, Dr. Newton

Clinical Chemists To Meet Here; The Otsego Farmer, September 24, 1959


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SHEBESTA, Dr. B.

Music Hath Charms; The New York Times, July 11, 1948


SHURLY, Dr. E. L.

Fresh Air For Consumptives; The Detroit Free Press, August 22, 1903

Tents For Consumptives; Detroit Free Press, May 14, 1905

Eloise Curbs White Plague; The Detroit Free Press, December 5, 1922


SMYTH, Dr. Charles J.

Hospital Epidemic Takes Five Lives; The Daily Times, August 12, 1942

THE EFFECT OF ORALLY AND INTRAVENOUSLY ADMINISTERED AMINO ACID MIXTURES ON VOLUNTARY FOOD CONSUMPTION IN NORMAL MEN; The Journal of Clinical Investigation, May 1947

They Don't Call Her Eloise Anymore; Detroit Free Press, June 19, 1949


STECKEL, Dr. Steven

Pharmacy Director Named; The Geneva Times, April 19, 1977


STINGER, Dr. William R.

Faulty Sanitation Is Blamed For Spread Of Liver Disease; The Miami News, October 11, 1954

Infectious Hepatitis Reported On Rise; The Leader-Republican, October 13, 1954

Liver Disease On Rise In U. S.; The Spokesman-Review, October 13, 1954

Serious Liver Disease On Increase In U. S.; The Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, October 13, 1954


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THOMPSON, Dr. George R.

Acute Arthritis Complicating Rubella Vaccination (pdf); 1971


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WEISS, Dr. Joe

Ex-Staffers Remember Wayne County General As 'Phenomenal'; The Redford Observer, December 20, 2009


WELLS, Dr. Herschel J.

His Home Is the Poorhouse; Detroit Free Press, September 9, 1957