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Happy birthday, Walter Reed

A celebration of Walter Reed’s 171st birthday, sponsored by The Fairfield Foundation, was held on Saturday at Reed’s birthplace in the Belroi area of Gloucester. Born on Sept. 13, 1851, Reed was a doctor, an officer in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, and a professor of clinical and sanitary microscopy. He is known for discovering the cause of yellow fever. Shown above, from left, are volunteers Dave Pondolfino, Marilyn Iglesias and Van Button discussing how medicine changed from the Civil War to 1900. Also in the photo is Button’s blue heeler “Lilo.”

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