Hearing. Born at St. Louis, MO; M.D. (1892) from Missouri Medical College; studied the acoustic method of deaf education in Vienna. In St. Louis, he divided his time between his medical practice and teaching; founded the Central Institute for the Deaf; editor of The Laryngoscope and Oralism and Auralism.
Gallaudet Encyclopedia, vol.1, p.469-71; Encyclopedia of Special Education, vol.2, p.729-730; Biographical Dictionary of American Educators, v.2 p.521-522.
19 April 1870-27 July 1941