Havard, Valery

Master pnID: 
AMH-PN1537
Degree|Title|Profession: 
MD
Residence(s): 
Camp Grant
Residence(s): 
Camp Hualpai
See History of Arizona medicine; collections of Orville Harry Brown, M.D. [AHSL Special Collections WZ 70 AA7 H673]: “Camp Grant. AM [i.e., The weekly Arizona Miner] 11/4/[18]71.” [Dr. C A. Brinley goes to San Francisco on account of his health, and is succeeded in his duties at Camp Grant by Dr. V. Havard.”]
Quebbeman, Frances E. Medicine in territorial Arizona. Phoenix : Arizona Historical Foundation, 1966, pages 346-347.

(Beginning in 1883, many mentions in JAMA.)
J Am Med Assoc. 1928;90(9):709: Valery Havard, Colonel, U. S. Army, retired, Fairfield, Conn. ; Medical Department of the University of the City of New York, 1869; entered the Army as an assistant surgeon in 1874 and retired in 1910; veteran of the Spanish-American War ; president of the Army Medical School and in charge of the library and museum division of the medical department of the U. S. Army, 1906-1910; recalled to active duty in 1917 and ordered to Havana to reorganize the medical department of the Cuban army and navy, being relieved in 1923; author of "Manual of Military Hygiene" ; aged 81 ; died, Nov. 6, 1927, at sea, aboard the steamship Colombo, bound for Italy, of angina pectoris.
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