Smallpox Epidemic, Part LIV

Indianapolis Journal - 1900-04-01 (Smallpox epidemic)Dr. Davis Now Free

Dr. J. Q. Davis, who was the attending physician at the contagious disease pavilion at the City Hospital during the recent cases of smallpox, was out for the first time in several weeks yesterday, and he says his freedom is similar to a man being liberated from prison. The members of the city Board of Health praised Dr. Davis for his diligent work during the smallpox cases.

“Dr. Davis Now Free,” The Indianapolis Journal (Indianapolis, Indiana), 1 April 1900, p. 3, col. 1; digital image, Chronicling America ( : accessed 31 January 2015).


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