History of Tufts College, 1854-1896

Start, Alaric Bertrand
1896

JOHN W. JOHNSON, M. D.

JOHN W. JOHNSON, M. D.

JOHN W. JOHNSON was born in Framingham, Massachusetts, June 14, 1856, and was educated at the Framingham Academy, where he pursued an extra course of two years, after graduating, devoting his time to the study of Latin, Greek, and the higher Mathematics. In 1887 he graduated from the Harvard Medical School, and in January, 1880, began practice in Boston.

In 1893 he became Professor of Midwifery at the Tufts Medical School, of which institution he is also Treasurer. He has a private hospital for obstetrical and gynæcological patients at No. 20 Worcester Street, Boston. Dr. Johnson is a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the American Medical Association, and the Boston Gynæcological Society; besides which he is a Director of and Physician to the North End Mission, and a member of the Mercantile Library Association and of the Boston City Council from Ward 18. Dr. Johnson also belongs to the Raboni Lodge of Masons and to the Boston Consistory No. 5, Thirty-second Degree of the Scottish Rite, to the Newton Lodge No. 92 I. O. O. F., to the Highland Lodge of Knights of Honor and the Highland Col- ony of Pilgrim Fathers, to the last two of which organizations he is Medical Examiner.

JOHN W. JOHNSON was born in Framingham, Massachusetts, June 14, 1856, and was educated at the Framingham Academy, where he pursued an extra course of two years, after graduating, devoting his time to the study of Latin, Greek, and the higher Mathematics. In 1887 he graduated from the Harvard Medical School, and in January, 1880, began practice in Boston.

In 1893 he became Professor of Midwifery at the Tufts Medical School, of which institution he is also Treasurer. He has a private hospital for obstetrical and gynæcological patients at No. 20 Worcester Street, Boston. Dr. Johnson is a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the American Medical Association, and the Boston Gynæcological Society; besides which he is a Director of and Physician to the North End Mission, and a member of the Mercantile Library Association and of the Boston City Council from Ward 18. Dr. Johnson also belongs to the Raboni Lodge of Masons and to the Boston Consistory No. 5, Thirty-second Degree of the Scottish Rite, to the Newton Lodge No. 92 I. O. O. F., to the

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Highland Lodge of Knights of Honor and the Highland Col- ony of Pilgrim Fathers, to the last two of which organizations he is Medical Examiner.

 
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Published by the Class of 1897. The original contains appendices with a directory of alumni, the college catalog, and the college charter. These were not included in this addition.

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