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Am J Dis Child. 1963;105(6):537-541. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1963.02080040539002.
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Born: Nov 10, 1895, Baltimore Parents: Robert William Henry and Clara Elizabeth (Ashley) Weech Married: Clara Thomson Handy, Oct 27, 1925 Children: Margaret Handy (Mrs. R. B. Silver), Elizabeth Ashley (Mrs. L. B. Thomas), Alexander Ashley, Jr. Degrees: AB, Johns Hopkins, 1917 MD, Johns Hopkins, 1921

Hospital Positions  Intern (1921-1924), Director, Out-Patient Department (1924-1926), Harriet Lane Home, Johns Hopkins Hospital Pediatrician-in-Chief to the Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Peking, China, 1928-1930. Assistant Attending Physician (1930-1932), Attending Pediatrician (1932-1942), Babies Hospital and Vanderbilt Clinic, New York City Director, Chemical Laboratory, Babies Hospital, New York City, 1931-1942 Chief of Staff, The Children's Hospital, and Medical Director, Pediatric-Contagious Department, Cincinnati General Hospital, 1942Director, Children's Hospital Research Foundation, 1942

Teaching Positions  Assistant in Pediatrics (1922-1923), Instructor in Pediatrics (1923-1926), Instructor in Research Medicine (1926-1928), Johns Hopkins Associate Professor of Medicine in Charge of Pediatrics, Peking Union Medical College, Peking, China, 1928-1930 Assistant Professor of


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