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us: Davis, Michael M. (Michael Marks), 1879-1971



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    • us: Davis, Michael Marks, 1879-1971
    • us: Davis, M. M. (Michael Marks), 1879-1971
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    • found: His Gabriel Tarde ... 1906.
    • found: LCCN 41-5011: His America organizes medicine, 1941 (hdg.: Davis, Michael Marks, 1879-1971; usage: Michael M. Davis)
    • found: His Psychological interpretations of society, 1909: t.p. (Michael Marks Davis)
    • found: His The crisis in hospital finance, 1932: t.p. (M. M. Davis)
    • found: His Immigrant health and the community, 1921: (Michael M. Davis)
    • found: His A community hospital health center, 1932: t.p. (Michael M. Davis)
    • found: Who was who in America, vol. 5: p. 173 (Davis, Michael Marks; born Novembr 19, 1879 at New York City; died August 19, 1971; last home, Chevy Chase, Md.; medical administrator; with Peoples Institute, New York City, 1904-1909; director of Boston Dispensary, 1910-1920; secretary of Committee on Dispensary Development at New York City, 1920-1927; director of medical services for the Julius Rosenwald Fund at Chicago, 1928-1936; lecturer at the University of Chicago, 1932-1936; chair of the Committee on Research in Medical Economics, 1936-1948; buried at Camp Margaret, Lake Memphremagog, Quebec, Canada)
    • found: New York Academy of Medicine library catalog entry for his papers, viewed via www, April 2, 2014; (Michael Marks Davis; service 1920-1927 was with Rockefeller Foundation; founded the Committee on Research in Medical Economics in 1936 and was a member through 1951)
    • found: Ancestry.com, viewed via www, April 2, 2014: Michael Marks Davis page (gives place of birth as White Plains, N.Y.; place of death as Sherbrooke, Quebec, with a date of August 28, 1971, suggesting that he died at a summer home)
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