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Portrait of Horace E. Ayers, M.D., c1878-1967

Portrait of Horace Ayers, M.D.

Portrait of Horace E. Ayers, M.D. 1909 on display on the second floor of the Skyline Building

Works by Horace. E. Ayers

Held in the Library's Historical Collections, this volume can be viewed upon request:

Ayers, Horace. Free Choice. Quarterly of the Alumni Association of the New York Medical College. Vol 1(1) April 1939. Pg.5.

Ayers, H.E. and J.G. Mussio. Obstetrical maneuvers on the ayers manikin. 1943.; Sound; Color; 22 minutes.

Brief Biographical Sketch

Birth: circa 1878
Death: 1967


Horace Ayers was a 1909 graduate of the New York Homeopathic Medical College, where he went on to become Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology from 1923-1938.  He served as President of the Board of Governors of the Alumni Association from 1927-1930. In 1940, he was honored with a testimonial dinner-dance by his staff from Metropolitan and Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospitals.  After retirement, Dr. Ayers was awarded status of Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

 

NYMC History: 

  • Professor Emeritus, Obstetrics & Gynecology, 
  • Testimonial dinner held in his honor by staff of Metropolitan and Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospitals on April 20, 1940.
       Source: Quarterly of the Alumni Association of the New York Medical College April 1940. 2(1), p. 11.
  • Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecology, 1923-1938
  • President, Board of Governors of the Alumni Association, 1927-1930
  • Graduated, New York Homeopathic Medical College, 1909


Additional Biographical Information:

  • Honored by New York State Section of the International College of Surgeons, 1958
       Source: Chironian 19(4), January 1958.
  • Member, Medical Grievance Committee of the State of New York. [n.d.]
  • Secretary, Academy of Pathological Sciences [n.d.]
       Source: Chironian April 1940. 2(1), p. 10