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5-1929

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Table of Contents – Vol. 1 No. 12; May, 1929

The New College and Clinical Buildings, Page 1

The President of the Alumni Association Dr. Elmer L. Meyers, Page 2

The William Potter Memorial Lecture, Page 3

Organization of the North Carolina Jefferson Alumni Chapter, Page 3

Hospital Bed Endowed by Jefferson Graduate, Page 3

Queen of the Netherlands Honors Jefferson Graduate, Page 4

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Alumni Association, Page 4

The Atlantic County Chapter, Page 4

Activities of the Alumni Association with Regard to Medical Society Meetings, Page 4

Building Improvements at the Department for Diseases of the Chest, Page 4

Reporting Progress – A View Showing Progress in Construction of the New College Building, Page 5

A Letter from Dr. J.R. Walker, Jefferson’s Oldest Alumnus, Page 6

Dr. J.R. Walker, Jefferson’s Oldest Alumnus, Page 7

Dr. Sajous, Distinguished Jefferson Alumnus, Dies, Page 7

Professor Hiram R. Loux, Page 8

The Annual Dinner, Page 9

Presentation by the Senior Class of the Portrait of Professor Hiram R. Loux, Page 9

Jefferson Gets $68,000 Bequest, Page 9

Jefferson Hospital Ex-Interne Society, Page 9

Portrait of Emeritus Professor Solomon Solis-Cohen Presented to the College, Page 10

Clinics for Ex-Internes and Alumni Day, Page 11

Alumni Fund, Page 12

Alumni Association: The Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia Officers for 1929-1930, Page 16

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