The James S. H. Potter Collection
(1932-33)
Collection No. 25 (Formerly Special Collection 110)

Abstract

James S.H. Potter graduated from the Eclectic Medical College in 1894, having studied under John Uri Lloyd. Leaving his hometown of Hamilton, Ohio, he moved to Baltimore in 1895, where he established a successful practice. In 1932, he took a road trip to the Hamilton, Cincinnati, and Northern Kentucky area, visiting especially the sites of "Stringtown-on-the-Pike." The collection contains a scrapbook on the 1932 family trip back to Cincinnati and the surrounding area; a reprint of "John Uri Loyd: Rebel" by Murray Breese, The American Druggist (Jan. 1929); and correspondence between Mrs. Potter and her cousin Mary O'Conell.

Finding Aid completed 29 February 2012

Volume: approximately .25 lin. ft. in 1/2 boxes

Container List

Box
File
Description
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Correspondence: From Ella Mary O'Conell to Mrs. Potter (1932-33); from John Uri Lloyd (1933)
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2
Scrapbook, Cincinnati trip (1932)
1 3
Reprint, "John Uri Lloyd: Rebel," The American Druggist (Jan. 1929)