Frank R. Smith scrapbooks
- Smith, Frank R., 1898-1965 (Person)
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0.38 Cubic Feet (1 letter size document box)
Biographical / Historical
Smith entered Hopkins in 1915 but interrupted his undergraduate work in 1917 when the United States entered the First World War in Europe. Smith enlisted in the U.S. Army and served in France. He returned to Hopkins to complete his studies and entered the medical school from which he received the medical degree in 1925. War intervened in Dr. Smith's life once again in 1942. He interrupted his professional life to serve with the U.S. Navy Medical Corps during World War II.
In 1929, Dr. Smith established a private medical practice in Baltimore at 1014 St. Paul St. He maintained the practice until 1947 when he joined the medical staff at Hopkins. He was appointed director of the personnel health clinic, a position which held the academic rank of assistant professor at the School of Medicine.
Dr. Frank R. Smith died in Baltimore, March 31, 1965.
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