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Harry Hauser

physician , educator

Harry Hauser, American physician, educator. Member Cleveland Medical library association, American Radium Society (vice president), American Medical Association, Cleveland Radiological Society (past president), James Ewing Society, Medical Arts; Club, Phi Delta Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha.

Background

Hauser, Harry was born on December 28, 1904 in Galveston, Texas, United States. Son of Isaac and Caroline (Klein) Hauser.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Texas, 1926, Doctor of Medicine 1929.

Career

September 1967); children—David, Daniel. Married second, Miriam Solvith Applesmith, June 1, 1969. Intern, Cleveland City Hospital, 1929-1930, resident radiology, 1930-1932, director department radiology, 1934-1971.

Fellow New York Memorial Hospital, 1932-1934. Practice medicine, specializing in radiology, Cleveland. Radiologist Grace Hospital, 1939-1971.

Director radiology U. Hosps., 1942-1946. Director department radiology Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital, 1958. Clinical professor School Medicine Case Western Reserve U., 1955-1971.

Emeritus clinical professor, since 1971. Consultant radiologist Sunny Acres Sanatorium, 1944-1971, Forest City Hospital, 1950-1971, Marymount Hospital, 1950-1960, Lutheran Hospital, 1963-1971. Honorary radiologist Marymount Hospital, 1960-1971, Diplomate American Board Radiology.

Works

  • Associate editor: American Journal Roentgenology, 1950-1971. Contributor professional journals.

Membership

Member Cleveland Medical library association, American Radium Society (vice president), American Medical Association, Cleveland Radiological Society (past president), James Ewing Society, Medical Arts. Club, Phi Delta Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha.

Connections

Married Martha Irene Johnson, September 6, 1936 (deceased.; married second, Miriam Solvith Applesmith, June 1, 1969. Children: David, Daniel.

father:
Isaac Hauser

mother:
Caroline (Klein) Hauser

spouses:
Martha Irene Johnson

Miriam Solvith Applesmith

children:
David Hauser

Daniel Hauser