Dr. Swedenburg's journal, December 24-26, page 121

Title

Dr. Swedenburg's journal, December 24-26, page 121

Subject

Medicine
History, Local

Description

Dr. Swedenburg's journal contains a brief record of his daily routine. The notes cover his medical practice, house calls, the weather, and events in Ashland.

Creator

Swedenburg, Francis Gustavus, Dr.

Source

MSS 011 Francis G. Swedenburg papers

Publisher

Southern Oregon University. Library

Date

1918-12-24

Rights

Public Domain: See http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/
For fair use/educational reproduction, please provide the following credit: Courtesy of Southern Oregon University Hannon Library."

Format

diaries

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

Francis G. Swedenburg papers, MSS 011:01.01.15

Text

TUES. Dec. 24, 1918
Things are a little slow with Mrs. Chapman and am still uneasy about her. - Ossie Merth left for home today feeling fine and well pleased with the results of his stay all of the influenza patients are getting on fine save Mrs. Bendas daughter who is still very sick. - was busy looking after the Xmas shipping -.-

WEDNESDAY 25
A perfect day the finest Xmas that I have ever seen.- attended to all the little ends and odds. Patients out at the hospital are much better.- in the evening enjoyed a splendid dinner. - afterwords made a couple of calls and learned that the Carels women I went to see at Phily. was buried here in the city yesterday.

THURSDAY 26
Felt a little rusty for having to be pulled out of bed.- Found all of the patients. Mrs. Chapman is going to develop a faecal fistula by the looks of things.- The soldier is getting better and the population remains at 3.- Hope there may soon be a change for the better.

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diaries

Files

Swedenburg_1918_p121.pdf

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Citation

Swedenburg, Francis Gustavus, Dr., “Dr. Swedenburg's journal, December 24-26, page 121,” Hannon Library Online Exhibits, accessed October 22, 2021, https://hanlib.omeka.net/items/show/200.

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