Thomas Bassett Keyes

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Thomas Bassett Keyes, physician

Born: Oneonta, New York on Thursday, October 22, 1874.

Son of: Melville Keyes and Elizabeth Keyes, nee: Elizabeth Bassett

Education: M.D., Albany Medical College, 1895.

Married: Elsie Keyes, nee: Elsie Holden, of Chicago

Daughter: Theodosia Keyes

Chairman: organization committee First American Congress of Tuberculosis.

Vice-President: International Congress of Tuberculosis, St. Louis Exposition, 1904.


Member Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks

Author: The Cure of Consumption with Subcutaneous Injections of Oil, 1907; The Renewal of Life, 1910; The Riddle of Life and Health, 1910; The Natural System of Treatment, 1910.

Office: 606 Stewart Building, (1911).

Residence: 6711 N. Sheridan Road, (1911).

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1911 page 386.