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“A Contribution to the Anatomy of the Amphibian Nasal Skeleton” (St. Louis Biological Club, January, 1906).

"The Nasal Skeleton of Amblystoma" (St. Louis Academy of Science, February 19, 1906).

TUHOLSKE, H.

Valedictory address at Graduating Exercises of Jewish Hospital Training School for Nurses, November 25, 1905.

Tuttle, GĖo, M.

“The Milk Supply of St. Louis" (read before the St. Louis Association of Collegiate Alumnæ, February 24, 1906).

WHELPLEY, HENRY M.

“The Spade Form of North American Indian Flint Implements," illustrated (St. Louis Naturalists' Club, January 27, 1906).

“The Mammoth Cave of Kentucky,” illustrated (McKinley High School, February 23, 1906).

“The Influence of the Advances in Science Upon the Forms and Efficiency of Medicines," illustrated (St. Louis Biological Society, February 28, 1906).

WIENER, M.

Lecture on “Care of the Eye" (The Jewish Educational Alliance, February 24, 1906).

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Hospital

Training School for Aurses

611 NORTH JEFFERSON AVE.,

ST. LOUIS, MO.

OFFERS TO WOMEN A THREE YEARS' COURSE OF TRAIN

ING, PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL.

INSTRUCTION IS GIVEN IN THE HOSPITAL WARDS, IN THE CLINICS OF THE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY, AND IN THE

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PUPILS ADMITTED AT ANY TIME.

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