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New York Public Library, comprising the Astor, Lenox, and Tilden Foundations, which were consolidated. Brevet lieutenant-colonel A. A. Woodhull Brevet lieutenant-colonel J. J. Woodward Brevet major Charles R. Greenleaf Brevet lieutenant-colonel J. S. Billings probably have made them national figures in the military history of the United States. Some of the names on this medical roll of honor from the regular army are those of Finley, Hammond, Barnes, Crane, Murray, Moore, Sutherland, Baxter, Sternberg, and Forwood, all of them surgeons-general during or after the war. Others were Letterman, Smart, Woodward, Huntington, Otis, Woodhull, Smith, Greenleaf, and others whose great services might be mentioned. Many of these men became figures of national importance in a medical and surgical sense. Some in their time were recognized as the highest authorities the world over in respect to the professional subjects with which they had been particularly identified. Contrary
New York Public Library, comprising the Astor, Lenox, and Tilden Foundations, which were consolidated. Brevet lieutenant-colonel A. A. Woodhull Brevet lieutenant-colonel J. J. Woodward Brevet major Charles R. Greenleaf Brevet lieutenant-colonel J. S. Billings probably have made them national figures in the military history of the United States. Some of the names on this medical roll of honor from the regular army are those of Finley, Hammond, Barnes, Crane, Murray, Moore, Sutherland, Baxter, Sternberg, and Forwood, all of them surgeons-general during or after the war. Others were Letterman, Smart, Woodward, Huntington, Otis, Woodhull, Smith, Greenleaf, and others whose great services might be mentioned. Many of these men became figures of national importance in a medical and surgical sense. Some in their time were recognized as the highest authorities the world over in respect to the professional subjects with which they had been particularly identified. Contrary