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The early friends of Dr. Wilbur were annoyed and chagrined that he should give up his promising position in the medical profession for labors they considered of no value pecuniarily, and positively foolish. During the winter of 1851, however, he was beginning to receive the consideration he had earned, and his small number of anomalous pupils were the lions of the day, visited by all comers to the town....
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Title: Reminiscences
Creator: Catharine W. Brown (author)
Date: June 1897
Format: Article
Publication: Journal of Psycho-Asthenics
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.1, no.4, pp.134-140
Keywords: Advocacy; Children; Cognitive Disability; Doctors; Edouard Seguin; Education; Educational Institutions; Employment; George Brown; Hervey B. Wilbur; Institution For Imbeciles & Idiots; Institutions; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Massachusetts; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Physiological Training; Professional Associations; Schools; Social Welfare & Communities
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy

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