Nebraska Authors

Hiram Winnett Orr

Born 1877-03-17 West Newton, PA (USA)

Died 1956-10-11
Rochester, MN (USA)

Prominent local physician. He helped establish Lincoln General Hospital. He was related to Hudson J. Winnett, an early Lincoln mayor. The family kept a scrapbook, with many Winnett and Orr family documents and Lincoln related documents.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE: 1899-1956

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Medical History; Scrapbooks; Local History; Lincoln, Nebraska.

Education

University of Nebraska
Graduated, 1899, University of Michigan Medical School

Occupation

Medical Doctor

Bibliography

The Nebraska State Medical Society: Its History for the First One-Third Of A Century. 1902. (with A. S. Mansfelde)

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