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Dr. William Sydney Thayer '85 has been appointed by the Corporation visiting Lecturer in Medicine at the Harvard Medical School. he has also been appointed by the Trustees of the Peter Bent Brigham Memorial Hospital, Visiting Physician pro tem during the period of his stay in Boston.

Dr. Thayer was born at Milton in 1864. He graduated in the class of '85 and took his M.D. in, 89. He was resident physician at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore from 1898, and in 1905 was made Professor of Clinical Medicine at this University. Dr. Thayer's special study in recent years has been the diseases of the heart and blood-vessels. He is the President of the Tuberculosis Commission of Maryland and Vice-President of the Medical Society of Therapeutical Medicine.

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