Nebraska Authors

Joseph Adolphus

Born 1878-08-24 Atlanta, GA (USA)

Died 1927-08-29
Hot Springs, SD (USA)

Buried
Lincoln, NE (USA)
Wyuka Cemetery, Lincoln, NE

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Omaha, NE
Atlanta, GA
Chicago, IL
New York, NY

Author Of

  • Nonfiction
  • Poetry

Keywords

Medicine; Medical Journals; Poetry

Education

Atlanta Public High School
Graduate Degree, 1899, Georgia College of Medicine and Surgery, Atlanta, GA
Doctor of Medicine Degree, 1908, Creighton University, Omaha, NE
Post-Graduate Studies, 1909, University of New York, NY

Occupation

Physician and Surgeon
Inventor
Poet

Places Worked

St. Joseph Hospital, intern
Lincoln Medical College, physician and faculty member

Associations

Member of the Masons, the Oddfellows, the Elks, the Owls, Moose, Woodmen of the World, Woodmen Circle, The Puritan Union of America, and the Brotherhood of American Yeoman

Bibliography

Fickle Love.
No Time for Prejudice.
Flowers to the Living.
An Unsuccessful Politician.
Father-Time.
Air Castles.
and various medical articles

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