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1906 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
health commissioner of that city since last November; a member of the American Medical Association and of the Mississippi Valley Medical As¬ sociation, died April 6 from croupous pneumonia, at the City Hospital, St. Louis, after an illness of eight days, aged 38. Dr. Snodgrass received his preliminary education at the State University of Missouri and Chicago University. He was be¬ ginning a series of important reforms in the health depart¬ ment and devoted his entire time to the office. He
more » ... the office. He realized that the importance of his office demanded full labor and gave it unflinchingly. He was an earnest student and a methodical worker, and the medical profession and the community lose a valued member in his untimely death.
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