Martin W. Ware (1869 – )

“WARE, Martin W.:  Surgeon; b. N.Y. City, June 24, 1869; s. Jacob W. and Fedora (Weiner) Ware; e. Public School 74, N.Y. City Coll. City at N.Y., A.B.,1889, Coll. Phys. and Sur. (Columbia) M.D., 1892; m. Nov. 12, 1903, Elise Oppenheimer; one son, Jack O., b. 1900.

Visiting surgeon to Good Samaritan Dispensary since 1896; adjunct surgeon Mt. Sinai Hosp., 1904; chr’n Genito-Urinary Ge, Section, Acad. of Medicine, 1917.  Author: ‘Plaster of Paris and How To Use It,’ and various articles in genito-urinary surgery.

Address:  1198 Lexington Av., N.Y. City.”

Source:  Who’s Who in New York (City and State), Vol. 4, by Lewis Randolph Hamersly, John William Leonard, Frank R. Holmes, L.R. Hamersly and Co., New York City, 1909, page 1346

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