Alice Bellvadore Sams Turner

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American physician, writer

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According to Wikipedia, Alice Bellvadore Sams Turner was an American physician, who also taught school, and was a frequent contributor to the public press. She graduated with the Class of 1884 from the Keokuk College of Physicians and Surgeons as an allopathic doctor. Turner practised medicine in Colfax, Iowa, from March, 1884. She was a member of the Iowa State Medical Society; Iowa Public Health Association, having been the first woman admitted to membership, in 1890, of the State Library Association; Colfax Public Library Association, secretary four years, 1893–97; Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle; Woman's Christian Temperance Union; Woman's Relief Corps; Rathbone Sisters; and was health officer of Colfax, 1886–87.

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