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Hume, Edgar Erskine, 1889-1952

LC control no.n 84177411
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Personal name headingHume, Edgar Erskine, 1889-1952
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Associated countryUnited States
LocatedBaltimore (Md.) Danville (Ky.)
Birth date1889-12-26
Death date1952-01-24
Place of birthFrankfort (Ky.)
Place of deathBethesda (Md.)
Field of activityMedicine--Practice United States--Armed Forces
AffiliationCentral University of Kentucky (Danville, Ky.)
Johns Hopkins University
United States. Army. Medical Corps
Profession or occupationArmed Forces--Officers Physicians
Found inHis A colonial Scottish Jacobite family, 1931: t.p. (Edgar Erskine Hume)
LC in OCLC, 4/1/85 (hdg.: Hume, Edgar Erskine, 1889- ; usage: Edgar Erskine Hume)
The United States Army Medical Department and its relation to public health, 1931: t.p. (Edgar Erskine Hume, Medical Corps, U.S. Army)
Arlington National Cemetery WWW site, Mar. 1, 2010 (Edgar Erskine Hume was born in Frankfort, Ky., on December 26, 1889, the son of Dr. Enoch Edgar Hume and Mary Ellen South, General Hume died on January 24, 1952, at Walter Reed Hospital, General Hume and his wife are buried in Arlington National Cemetery)
Kentucky encyclopedia, ©1992: page 445 ("Edgar Erskine Hume", a major general in the U. S. Army medical corps. Earned BA and MA in 1908 and 1909 respectively from what is now called Centre College and an MD from Johns Hopkins University in 1913. Served in World War I in the U. S. Army Medical Corps where he was in command of all U. S. hospitals in Italy. Also served in World War II.)
Associated languageeng