Harry Adler

Birth: 1872, Aug. 11
Death: 1937, Nov. 1
Occupation: doctor

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1906 doctor 1804 Madison Ave. Baltimore City
1912 Harry Adler doctor Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates: ?-1937
    Notes: Dr. Harry Adler, well-known Baltimore specialist and for ten years president of Sinai Hospital, died early today at his home, 1718 Eutaw Place, after an illness of four weeks. He was 65.

    Funeral services will be held at his home on Wednesday morning at 10:30 o’clock. Interment will be in the Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery.

    Dr. Adler is survived by his widow, Mrs. Carrie Frankl Adler; a son, Charles Adler, and three sisters, Mrs. Saie May, Mrs. Helen Laucheim and Miss Blanche Adler.

    Taught at U. of M.
    Dr. Adler was born in Baltimore and was educated in the public schools, taking his bachelor degree at the Johns Hopkins University and his medical training at the University of Maryland. This was followed by two years’ study in Berlin, Vienna and Prague.

    Subsequently, he became an instructor in the clinical laboratory at the University of Maryland and then director of the laboratory. Later he became a clinical professor of medicine and therapeutics.

    During his term as head of Sinai Hospital, several new buildings were added to the institution.

    Dr. Adler had written numerous monographs and contributed to several volumes on diseases of the digestive tract.

    A member of the Madison Avenue Temple, he was also connected with the American Gastro-Enterologic Association, the American Medical Association, and numerous other medical groups. Dr. Adler was active in Jewish activities in the city and had been director of the Federated Jewish Charities and the Jewish Home for Comsumptives.
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.

  • Dates: ?-1937
    Notes: ADLER. — On November 1, 1937, DR. HARRY, beloved husband of Carrie Frank Adler.

    Funeral from his late residence, 1718 Eutaw Place, on Wednesday morning, November 3, at 10:30 o’clock. Interment in Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery.
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.

  • Dates: 1872-
    Notes: [Admitted to MedChi 1898]. Born at Baltimore, August 11, 1872. A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1892; M.D., University of Maryland, 1895; Visiting Physician, Hebrew Orphan Asylum; Chief of Clinic Diseases of Stomach and Intestines and Laboratory Instructor in Clinical Pathology, University of Maryland; Associate Professor, Diseases of Stomach, 1901-. 1215 Madison Avenue, Baltimore.
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 298
  • Dates: 1906
    Notes: President, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association of Baltimore City
    Source: Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association, Report of the Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association of Baltimore City, January 1907 : : 3
  • Dates: 1907
    Notes: Medical and Surgical Staff, Diseases of Stomach and Intestines, Hebrew Hospital
    Source: Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association, Report of the Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association of Baltimore City, January 1907 : : 4