Gammage, Arthur Edison

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Arthur Edison Gammage Soundex Code G520

Arthur Edison Gammage, surgeon;

born in: Chatham, Ontario, Canada, on Tuesday, October 18, 1881;

son of Edwin and Eliza C. Gammage, nee: Snell;

educated in grammar and high schools, Chatham, Ontario; M.D., Bennett Medical College, Loyola University, Chicago, 1906;

married: Myra M. Gammage, nee: Myra M. Gillis, daughter of Heber Gillis, of Rio, Illinois, Thursday, November 4, 1909.

Intern, Cook County Hospital, 1906-8;

professor, junior surgery: Bennett Medical College, 1906-14;

member: attending staff, Chicago Union Hospital, 105 W. Adams Street; Jefferson Park Hospital, 1402 W. Monroe Street; Sheridan Park Hospital, 1404 W. Monroe Street; and St. Francis Hospital;

Trustee: Jefferson Park Hospital

Member: Chicago Academy of Surgery, American Medical Association, Illinois State Medical Society, Chicago Medical Society (councilor 1915, 16, 17; secretary North Shore Branch, 1914-15), Alumni Association, Bennett Medical College (pres. 1913-14).

Republican

Methodist

Mason, Knights Templar, Shriner.

Office: 1200 Thorndale Avenue, corner Broadway.

Residence: The Highlands Hotel, 7455 N. Greenview Avenue, Rogers Park

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1917.