331 [41?] West Harvey Street
Office of William H. Warrick, M.D.
J. Gordon Baugh
Souvenir of Germantown Issued During the
Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration of the Emancipation
(Philadelphia: Baugh Press, 1913)
Annotated by Louise L. Strawbridge, with the assistance of John
E. Jones, Jr., and reproduced in the Germantown Crier vol.
36, no. 1 (winter, 1983-84), p. 34
Available at the Germantown Historical Society
Included are a photograph of office interior, 1913 caption,
and annotation by Louise L. Strawbridge and John E. Jones.
- The 1913 caption:
"The Office of William H. Warrick, M.D."
- Annotation by Louise L. Strawbridge and John E. Jones,
"William Henry Warrick, 1867-1940, M.D., U. Pas. 1891, one of the
earliest Negro graduates of the University Medical School, and a
track star in his undergraduate days, was followed into the
practice of medicine by his son and grandson of the same name;
the grandson went into practice in Florida. Warrick's sister,
Meta Warrick Fuller, of Framingham, Mass., a student of Rodin,
achieved a reputation as a sculptress. Warrick had an extensive
practice among both whites and blacks. His home and office was
at 331 [41?] W. Harvey St."
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