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Identifier: MC 547

Abstract: The Gaston family resided in Somerville, Somerset County, New Jersey. Among the members of the family were Hugh M. Gaston, his spouse Frances Gaston (nee Mallet-Prevost), their daughter Evelyn (who married Augustus VanderVeer), and the latter couple's daughter Elizabeth Kirkpatrick VanderVeer. The papers primarily consist of letters, 1837-1847, exchanged between Hugh M. Gaston and his brothers; letters, 1848-1946 with gaps, received by Frances Gaston and three of her children from other...
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Identifier: RG 29/A1

Abstract: The records of the Rutgers Medical College document the efforts of two prominent New York City physicians in their attempts to secure an academic sponsorship of medical education during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. On three different occasions Queen's College and Rutgers College were solicited to grant degrees to students studying medicine at institutions geographically located in New York City. Concerns of competition with existing medical schools, ability to license...