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YALE, Leroy Milton, physician, born in Holmes' Hole (now Vineyard Haven), Massachusetts, 12 February, 1841. He was graduated at Columbia in 1862, and at Bellevue hospital medical college in 1866, settled in New York city, and has since followed his profession there. In 1870 he was lecturer on obstetrics in the medical department of the University of Vermont, and since 1871 he has been instructor and lecturer on various branches--chiefly orthopedic surgery and diseases of children in the Bellevue hospital medical college. He was surgeon to the Charity hospital from 1871 till 1877, when he was transferred to Bellevue hospital and continued there until 1882. During 1880-'5 he was similarly connected with the Presbyterian hospital. Dr. Yale is a member of the New York county medical society, the New York academy of medicine, and other professional bodies, His contributions to medical science consist of various articles to medical journals, but his principal literary work has been editorial contributions. He had charge of "The Medical Gazette" in 1867-'8, and has edited the medical part of "Babyhood" since its beginning in 1884.
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