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Edwin William Hammond uC.

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Leonard W. Williams, Ph.D., of Cambridge, Instructor in Comparative Anatomy at the Medical School, was instantly killed at the Medical School buildings on Longwood avenue, Boston, yesterday afternoon. In some manner he was caught between the car and the side of the shaft of an elevator as he was going to the meeting of one of his classes, and was crushed before the car could be stopped.

Dr. Williams was born in Muskogee, Ind. Ter., on July 8. 1875. He was graduated from Hanover College in the class of 1895 and since that time has been engaged in teaching in his field of learning at various colleges, including Brown, previous to his call to the Harvard instructorship.

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