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Weston Percival CHAMBERLAIN

Weston Percival CHAMBERLAIN, Colonel, United States Army. Member of Phi Beta Kappa; American Medical Association; American College, of Surgeons; A6sn. of Military Surgeons.

Background

  • CHAMBERLAIN, Weston Percival was born on June 4, 1871 in Bristol, Maine, United States. Son of Joseph Austin and Sarah Maria (Weston) Chamberlain.

  • Education

    • Bowdoin College, Bachelor of Arts, 1893. Medical Department, Harvard University, Münste.D., 1897. London School Tropical Medical, 1912.

      Army War College, 1923.

    Career

    • Boston, Massachusetts Lieutenant, 1898. Captain, 1903; Major, 1908. Lieutenant Colonel, 1916.

      Colonel, 1917. Served in Spanish War, Philippine Insurrection, Mexico Border, World War. Pres, of Board for Study of Tropical Diseases in Philippine Islands, 1909-1912. Commandant, Army Medical School, 1923-1924.

      Chief Health' Officer, Panama Canal, 1924-1929. Colonel, Medical Corps, in charge Professional Service Division, office of Surgeon General, United States Army. Awarded Distinguished Service Medal.

    Membership

    Member of Phi Beta Kappa. American Medical Association. American College, of Surgeons.

    A6sn. of Military Surgeons. Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington), Chevy Chase (Chevy Chase, Maryland).

    Connections

    • Spouse Eleanor Adele Stanton Bush, September 10, 1903.
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