Curatorial Records: Numbered Correspondence 1661
August 27, 1896
Dr. H.R. Storer,
Dear Dr. Storer:
I herewith send you description of medal of Freemason’s Hospital at Hamburg, which you desired:
Obverse: A female figure, seated, holding in outstretched left a palm branch over a hospital building; serpent wound around her right arm feeds from a cup held by a genius standing at the side of the figure. O Bergmann, Hamburg. In exergue: 1795-1895.
Reverse: Inscription in a wreath of two laurel branched tied by a ribbon: Zur Erinnerung | an das | 199-jaehrige | Bestehen | des Freimaurer - | Krankenhauses | zu Hamberg | 3. October 1895.
Bronze, size 27.
Please accept my thanks for the Newport Herald containing notice of Jenner memorials and also copy of “Memorials” reprinted from Jour. Am. Med. Assoc.
Very sincerely yours,
Deputy Surgeon General, U.S. Army,
In charge of Museum and Library Division