Harvard's School of Veterinary Medicine
Smith, Donald F.; Erickson, Howard H.
Harvard University's short-lived veterinary school operated from 1882 to 1901. Langdon Frothingham, a Nebraska football star, was one of the school's notable graduates. It is speculated how much the veterinary profession would have benefited had this school remained in existence.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Harvard University Veterinary School; History of Veterinary Medicine; Kansas City Veterinary College; Frothingham, Langdon; Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine; Lyman, Richard P.; Veterinary Colleges of the United States.
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Smith, Donald F. (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2013-08-08)Implications of the recent accreditation of several private veterinary schools are discussed in comparison with private schools of the past. Whether it was then or now, history teaches us that the private sector fills the ...
Smith, Donald F. (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2013-10-31)A sampling of the colleges where deceased veterinarians received their degrees appeared in a randomly-picked 1946 issue of the JAVMA. Many of those schools, a number of which were private, no longer exist and names may be ...
Smith, Donald F. (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2013-09-01)More than any other 19th century veterinarians, James Law and Alexandre Liautard laid the groundwork for veterinary medicine as we know it today. One can only wonder how the profession would have developed if James Law had ...