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James Monroe Kolb, American physician. member of staff Clarksville Hospital; member visiting staff Sparks lMeml. Hospital, Fort Smith, Arkansas; Served to captain United States Army Reserve, 1935-1938; Member American (house of deals 1955-1969, Chairman of Commission medical practices, 1958-1965,; Mason (Shriner), Lion.; Club: Clarksville Country.

Background

Kolb, James Monroe was born on December 14, 1904 in Clarksville, Arkansas, United States. Son of James Silas and Mollie Virginia (Clark) Kolb.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, College of Ozarks, 1925. Doctor of Medicine, University Arkansas, 1930.

Career

Intern Missouri Pacific Hospital, Little Rock, 1930-1931. Practice in Clarksville, 1931-1935, 39—42, 46—62. Founder, 1962, since proprietor Kolb Clinic, Clarksville, Arkansas.

Member of staff Clarksville Hospital. Member visiting staff Sparks lMeml. Hospital, Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Advising committee Yell County Health Clinic. Raiser registered Hereford cattle and Shetland ponies, 1946-1969. Organizer, founder Clarksville Airport Commission, 1960-1969, chairman, 1963-1969.

Corner, Johnson County, Arkansas, 1933-1935. Chairman Johnson County Democratic Central Committee, 1946-1969. Secretary Johnson County Election Commission, 1950-1969.

Delegate Democratic National Convention, 1964. Trustee College of Ozarks, 1935-1956.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor medical journals.

Membership

Member of staff Clarksville Hospital. Member visiting staff Sparks lMeml. Hospital, Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Served to captain United States Army Reserve, 1935-1938. Member American (house of deals 1955-1969, Chairman of Commission medical practices, 1958-1965. Mason (Shriner), Lion.

Club: Clarksville Country.

Connections

Married Reba Lois Garner, April. Children: James Monroe, Martha Jane (Mistress.

father:
James Silas Kolb

mother:
Mollie Virginia (Clark) Kolb

spouse:
Reba Lois Garner

children:
James Monroe Kolb

Martha Jane (Mrs Kolb