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Biographical history of Massachusetts - biographies and autobiographies of the leading men in the state (1913) (14598030757)

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Biographical history of Massachusetts - biographies and autobiographies of the leading men in the state (1913) (14598030757)

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Title: Biographical history of Massachusetts : biographies and autobiographies of the leading men in the state
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Eliot, Samuel A. (Samuel Atkins), 1862-1950
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Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Massachusetts Biographical Society
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library



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d farsighted physicians. His life record is filled with honorable achievement and well illustrates the possibilities for usefulness which are open to any American boy of high purpose, energy and unflinching Christian principles. Sir Joshua Reynolds once said Excellence is never granted to a man but as the reward of labor. Nothing is denied to well-directed labor, nothing is to be obtained without it. Practical wisdom for the purposes of life must be carried about with us, and be ready for use at call. Nowhere is decision and promptitude more necessary than in the profession of medicine. These qualities are the result of painstaking methods and conscientious labor. The physician deals with human life and, aside from his skill, has sacred obligations to fulfill. That Doctor Galloupe has met these obligations and that he has been faithful to the trust placed in him is evidenced by the respect and esteem in which he is held by his professional associates and by the community which he so ably serves.
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&£^3^r^ FELIX ALBERT GENDROT. FELIX ALBERT GENDROT was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on April 28, 1866, the son of Marin Pierre Gendrot and Anne Marie Bigot. Both parents were endowed with the artistic temperament and energy. They bequeathed these gifts to their son in full measure. From his father, a wood carver and designer of fine furniture in the days when that calling was an art, demanding originality and skill, the boy inherited his artistic energy, love of design and natural ability. The sight of the numerous gold medals and prizes bestowed upon the father at expositions where his work was shown, implanted in the son a pride in and love for good workmanship. His mother bestowed upon him her musical ability, her love for nature and a taste for good literature. During the fathers life time the boy Felix led a happy-go-lucky childhood, free from arduous responsibilities, and with leisure to develop his tastes and inclinations in athletics, art, and music. During this time the fathe

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