Norman Bridge
1918 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
As a result of this trial, John F. Braun on Nov. 12, 1914, was sentenced to the federal penitentiary for four years, in spite of the plea of his attorney, George W. Popham of Chicago, that Braun had admitted his guilt and had promised on his release to seek legitimate means of a livelihood. Kate A. Braun was acquitted on the grounds that she had been influenced and coerced by Braun and also because she was the mother of ten children. In October, 1916, the Ohio newspapers reported that "Mary A.
more » ... rted that "Mary A. Rose" of Peru, Ind., was arrested in Springfield, Ohio, charged with practicing medicine without a license. "Mary A. Rose" was one more alias of Kate A. Braun. She pleaded not guilty and was released on $100 bail. When the case was called Mrs. Braun failed to appear and her bond was forfeited.
doi:10.1001/jama.1918.02600120052026 fatcat:6bwtn2tilzgm5gqfco3ygxp53u