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Theodore Clinton Fitzgerald

Theodore Clinton Fitzgerald, American veterinarian, educator. award 1958). Member bureau animal industry Ohio Department Agriculture, also engaged in general practice veterinary medicine, Ohio, 1928-1930; Served with Veterinary Corps, Army of the United States, World World War World War II Grantee National Science Foundation, 1961.

Background

  • Fitzgerald, Theodore Clinton was born on March 25, 1903 in Green Springs, Ohio, United States. Son of Albert Daniel and Maud (May) Fitzgerald.

  • Education

    • Student Heidelberg U., Tiffin, O., 1922-1923. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Ohio State University, 1928, Master of Science, 1933.

    Career

    • Member bureau animal industry Ohio Department Agriculture, also engaged in general practice veterinary medicine, Ohio, 1928-1930. Instructor anatomy Ohio State University, 1930-1940. Professor, head department anatomy and histology Auburn U., from 1940.

    Works

    • Author: Anatomy and Histology Coturnix Quail, 1968. Contributor articles professional journals Instituted saliva testing race horses in Ohio.

    Membership

    Member bureau animal industry Ohio Department Agriculture, also engaged in general practice veterinary medicine, Ohio, 1928-1930. Served with Veterinary Corps, Army of the United States, World World War World War II Grantee National Science Foundation, 1961.

    Connections

    • Married Frances Clement Bailey, June 27, 1929. Children: Robert Theodore, Ivan Dale (deceased).
    • father: Albert Daniel Fitzgerald
    • mother: Maud (May) Fitzgerald
    • spouse: Frances Clement Bailey
    • children: Robert Theodore Fitzgerald
    • Ivan Dale Fitzgerald (deceased)
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    Died October 17, 1967
    (aged 64)
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