Chicago Dental Infirmary

Chicago College of Dental Surgery
The Chicago Dental Infirmary was the first dental school in Chicago.wikipedia
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Truman W. Brophy

They were attended by 12 to 15 dentists among them E D Swain, C P Pruyn, R E Koch, J W Wassell, Truman W. Brophy, A W Harlan, Frank H B Gardner and Edmund Noyes.
He's known to be the founder of the Chicago College of Dental Surgery.

Rush Medical College

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On January 26, 1864 staff members of Rush Medical College held the first meetings about founding a dental school, this would be followed by several more meetings over the next 5 years.
As a result, on February 20, 1883, a charter was issued for the Chicago Dental Infirmary, which opened on March 12, 1883.

Valparaiso University

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This affiliation was dissolved in 1902 and the Chicago College of Dental Surgery operated unaffiliated for a couple of years until it affiliated with Valparaiso University in 1905.
In 1905 the university formed an affiliation with Chicago College of Dental Surgery to provide dental education for its students.

Lake Forest College

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This arrangement resulted in the school being referred to as the Lake Forest University Dental Department.
In 1890 Lake Forest established a relationship with the Chicago College of Dental Surgery, Chicago's first dental school, to serve as its dental department.

Chicago

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The Chicago Dental Infirmary was the first dental school in Chicago.

Doctor of Medicine

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It only accepted students that already possessed Doctor of Medicine degrees, making it a post-doctorate school.

Greene Vardiman Black

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When the Chicago Dental Infirmary opened on March 12, 1883 its initial faculty included G V Black, W L Copeland, W T Belfield, L L McArthur, L P Haskell, Truman W Brophy, Edmund Noyes, and A W Harlan.

Loyola University Chicago

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The school remained unaffiliated until it merged with the Loyola University Dental School in 1926.

Thomas P. Gunning

Gunning was born near Neponset, Illinois; he received his degree in dentistry from the Chicago College of Dental Surgery in 1905.

Calvin Case

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He then accepted a position of Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry and Orthodontics at Chicago Dental Infirmary.

Charles Edwin Bentley

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In 1887 he earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the Chicago College of Dental Surgery.

Delta Sigma Delta

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Soon a second chapter, Beta, was formed at the Chicago College of Dental Surgery in 1885 by Dr. L.L. Davis who had migrated there to practice dentistry.

Thomas Lewis Gilmer

Dr. Gilmer then moved to Chicago in 1889 where he was a professor of Oral Surgery at the Chicago College of Dental Surgery.